Pray for a miracle to get smart, financially "rich" buyers who will lovingly steward this land the way it deserves, and everybody will all live happily ever after.
A highly productive system of stacked functions that provides for multiple people to prosper and be a model for others, ideally. The groundwork is laid for resource-sharing with neighbors and other farmers. But, of course, if you buy it, you get to do what you want.
In 2020 mostly as a home with land for people with pet horses. One farmer family is leasing about a quarter acre for family and market vegetables. A bee keeper keeps several hives onsite in exchange for honey for the homeowners. Productive hedgerows, a wildlife conservation pond and perennials are helping the land balance and produce food.
No agriculture type water rights (quite possibly available from neighbor, though) but plenty of well water for pastured livestock and small scale dryland, no-till veg/field crop production. Additional irrigation rights can be purchased from Washington County water master. Buyer to do due diligence.
75% Quatama loam, 25% Woodburn Silt loam according to NRCS Custom Soil Resource Report
barn, workshop, covered shed storage
Would consider selling to purchaser: tractor, pick up truck, RTV with dump bed, lots of tools and equipment, portable fencing, large animal pasture shelters, horse trailer, harrow, stock water troughs, etc
property is zoned EFU
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