This Farm is located approximately 6 miles NE of Dalhart. As you will see in the photos, the land lays mostly level all across the farm. The farm is well watered with 15 irrigation wells. Several of these wells are drilled to the Dockum Aquifer formation. There is adequate water to double crop a significant portion of the farm with wheat silage followed by corn or other summer crop. The farm has paved access and has been meticulously maintained by the current owner.
This farm is located in the northern Texas Panhandle in Sherman County, Texas. It lies ten miles east of Stratford Texas and two miles south of Highway 15. Elevation in the area ranges from 3,300 to 3,800 feet above sea level. The farm is L-shaped with nearly level topography. Primarily Class II Sherm clay loam soils which are durable and capable of producing good crop yields under both irrigated and dryland conditions. The area has a semiarid climate characterized by mild winters and warms summers. Average annual precipitation is approximately 17 inches, the majority of which falls during the growing season between April and October. The average annual growing season is approximately 180 days.
There is one quonset barn with a concrete floor, containing 5,000 square feet located on the property.
There are five wells on the property that produce approximately 1,200 gallons per minute total. The current tenant owns the four sprinklers and the irrigation motors.
This 511+/-acre farm in Dallam County with high production irrigation wells, offers a unique combination of land uses. The grain bins located on the property also offer potential additional income. Please be sure to check out the additional information sheets provided with this listing for more detailed information on this farm.
This farm is located in Dallam County, approximately 12 miles northeast of Dalhart, Texas. The property consists of a mixture of irrigated farmland, CRP and native grass.