Seeking mob/high-density grazier and/or farmer to grow alfalfa, hops, berries, fruit, or other agriculture, on some or all of our farm for the 2021 season (and beyond). There are 3 fields, each roughly 20 acres. TWO of the fields are in good shape. The final ONE field will be a challenge, but we will make it worth your while to flip it. Must use regenerative practices and preference given to pollinator-friendly farming. Features of our farm include:
- 59 acres of irrigation water rights.
- 2 negotiable hay barns, as well as a storage shed.
- Soil recently tested, report available upon request (6.2 pH)
- Easy access from highways.
Owner’s Short Term Vision for the Property
Partner with an established farmer who will lease the land to produce crops in a sustainable fashion.
Owner’s Long Term Vision for the Property
Develop long term relationships with other local farming operations to maximize the sustainable productivity of the land, developing a pollinator farm.
Available Water / Irrigation
59 acres of pressurized water rights from Three Sisters Irrigation District.
Soil Type / Quality
Sandy loam, 6.2pH
Buildings and Structures Available for Farm Use
2 hay barns, 3-stall storage shed.
Locations of land listings on map are not necessarily exact. Many are located on the nearest town or city.
Total Acreage: 83
Acreage Available to Landseeker: 59
Date Property is Available: February 1, 2021
Possible Business Arrangements: Lease for cash, Lease for trade, Partnership, Other
Lease Rate / Price: Negotiable
Date when this listing was created: March 16, 2020
Current Farming Practices: Organic, Not Certified, 7
Farming Practices Allowed: Certified Organic, Organic, Not Certified, Biodynamic, Dry Farming, Season Extension, Conventional, Other
Agriculture Types Suitable: Beans, Bees, Berries, Cattle, Dairy, Fiber Animals, Flowers, Goats, Grain, Hay, Herbs, Hogs, Horses, Mushrooms, Nursery Stock, Orchard/Fruit, Pasture, Poultry, Sheep, Vegetables, Vineyard, Other
Housing Available? No
Water Available? Yes
Property Fenced? Yes
Land Holder Interested in Mentoring Land Seeker? No