6 acres with water rights south of Eugene about 20 minutes. access to barn/storage. Good sun. The land is pasture and silty clay but fertile. It will need worked up but its a good start. The lower 1/2 is pretty wet until May but the upper part dries out around April. I will be planting trees in the field so if you want livestock your will need your own fencing. But a great place for vegetables, and we have more apples and plums then we can use so you are certainly welcome to a share of them.
I keep bees so no other bees please. Bees are kind of jerks really and they steal from each other. Right now my bees steel from my bees so I end up with the honey anyway.
Not sure about people living on the property. We would have t o meet and the wife would have to be OK with it.
No hemp hemp-type products. I dont care but the neighbors would and I try and keep everyone peaceful.
getting some trees in to replace those removed,
small scale food production.
5 there is a well thats on my repair list but there is also the house well you can use for drip irrigation in the meantime. Of course if I was leasing the land the irrigation pump would move up my to do list...
hazelinear silty clay loam
barn. Greenhouse planned for 2021 could be moved up
19HP tractor. small plow. More coming.
There is a covenant in the neighborhood that excludes hogs and secondary dwellings but everyone ignores it. Normal Farming practices are fine. The neighbors are not interested in hemp-type farming and I like good relations with the neighbors.
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