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94.2 PI farmland near Wilkin, MN

Timed Online Auction

Bids Open: November 28th @ 11 AM CST

Bids Close: December 2nd @ 11 AM CST

Prime farmland that is well drained and located on a good road for sale by timed online auction. The land consists of 240± acres of highly productive tillable cropland with an average soil productivity index of 94.2 that is conducive to raising corn, wheat, soybeans, sugar beets, dry edible beans, sun flowers and more. The property is located approximately 1/2 mile east of Campbell, MN in Champion township. The ground had soybeans on it in 2022 and is available to farm in 2023.

Legal Description:

Sec 6-130N-45W

Excellent farmland right outside Grafton, ND

Timed Online Auction

145± acres of excellent cropland to be sold in two tracts in just three miles south of Grafton, ND. The ground consists of Class II soils that are conducive to growing crops such as sugar beets, corn, wheat, sunflowers, soybeans, edible beans and more. Drain #8 runs through the property giving its enhanced drainage ability. The property is located only a half mile off of North Dakota Highway 81, a Class 1 Road.

Legal Description:

NE 1/4 Sec 12-156N-53W Less Farmstead and less RR ROW

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240± Acres in Campbell, MN

240 acres

Auction

Agricultural

Wilkin, MN

Bidder Packet

Prime 240± acre farmland that is well drained and located on a good road for sale by timed online auction. The land consists of 237.24± acres of highly productive tillable cropland with an average soil productivity index of 94.2 that is conducive to raising corn, wheat, soybeans, sugar beets, dry edible beans, sun flowers and more. The property is located approximately 1/2 mile east of Campbell, MN in Champion township. The ground had soybeans on it in 2022 and is available to farm in 2023.

TIMED ONLINE AUCTION REGISTER TO BID AT acrepro.bidwrangler.com
BIDS OPEN: November 28th, 2022 @ 11:00 AM CST
BIDS CLOSE: December 2nd, 2022 @ 11:00 AM CST

The bids will open on Monday, November 28th at 11:00 AM CST. At this time, registered bidders will be able to put in bids on the property through the AcrePro mobile app or on our website. Bids can be placed in the selected increment, or with a custom number that is higher than the current "ask". Bidders can place a maximum bid that will immediately make them the highest bidder, one bid increment over the previous high bid. It will autobid up one bid increment past any bids that come in, until a bid surpasses your maximum bid amount. The auction is scheduled to close on December 2nd at 11:00 AM CST. However, if a bid is placed in the final minute of bidding, the bids will automatically be extended by 4 minutes. Each time a new bid comes in during the extension time, the time will extend back to 4 minutes. Be sure to periodically refresh your screen! The bidder with the high bid once the extension period has expired will be the successful bidder. Bids will be on a per surveyed acre basis. AcrePro represents the seller in the sale of the property and is acting solely on behalf of Seller's interests. Sellers reserve the right to refuse any and all bids.

145± Acres of Excellent Cropland in Walsh County

145.77 acres

Auction

Agricultural

Walsh, ND

145± acres of excellent cropland to be sold in two tracts in just three miles south of Grafton, ND. The ground consists of Class II soils that are conducive to growing crops such as sugar beets, corn, wheat, sunflowers, soybeans, edible beans and more. Drain #8 runs through the property giving its enhanced drainage ability. The property is located only a half mile off of North Dakota Highway 81, a Class 1 Road.
Bidder packet coming soon!

253± Acre Land Auction

253.29 acres

Auction

Agricultural

Carroll, IN

Bidder Packet

❖LIVE AND ONLINE AUCTION❖
➤ REGISTER TO BID ONLINE AT https://acrepro.auctioneersoftware.com
Online pre-bidding to begin on Nov. 21, 2022 at 9AM EST, concluding with a simulcast online and live auction Nov. 22, 2022 starting at 6PM EST
➤ LIVE AUCTION DETAILS
DATE AND TIME: November 22, 2022 at 6PM EST
LOCATION: Carroll Jr./Sr. High School


E&W Farms, LLC is located in the heart of the Indiana agricultural sphere that offers a unique blend of topography, soil, and land type for multifunctional use. Located 5 miles west of Highway 29 and 2 miles north of Highway 26, the farm sits in an easily accessible area without losing its rural topography. Hosting above average soil ratings, 232± acres of income producing, tillable farmland, grassy flats for hay production, CRP acreage, recreational and wooded acreage, and a lovely homestead site, this property is a diverse tract that would suit any buyer.

Tract 1: 55± total acres, 52.58 FSA tillable acres. Located along CR 700 S & 100 E. FSA ARC/PLC Corn: 160 Soybeans: 51 Wheat:48
Tract 2: 35± total acres, 34.82 FSA tillable acres. Located along CR 700 S. FSA ARC/PLC Corn: 160 Soybeans: 51 Wheat: 48
Tract 3: 1227 E 700 S, Cutler, Indiana. 4.5± acres homesite 1980 square feet 3 bedrooms 3 full bathrooms 24x30’ attached garage Shop and two additional outbuildings
Tract 4: 40± total acres, 38.5 FSA tillable acres. Located along CR 700 S. FSA ARC/PLC Corn: 150 Soybeans: 51 Wheat: 48
Tract 5: 77± total acres, 74.51 FSA tillable acres. Located along CR 700 S & 200 E. FSA ARC/PLC Corn: 160 Soybeans: 51 Wheat: 48
Tract 6: 40± total acres, 31.6 FSA tillable acres. 10 acres enrolled in CRP. 660 square foot mobile home 52x60’ barn 6x12’ utility shed CR 650 S in Carroll County, Indiana. Contract available upon request.
Tract 7: 0.72± acre lot. Located at the SE corner of SR 26 and SR 29 in Warren Township, Clinton County, Indiana

40± Acres in Marshall County, MN

40 acres

Auction

Agricultural

Marshall, MN

Bidder Packet

Red River Valley farmland for sale! 40 acres including 37.85 tillable acres located in southwest Marshall County, MN, just six miles from the Warren American Crystal Sugar beet piler. The land has an excellent Soil Productivity Index of 92.2 and is conducive to growing cash crops such as sugar beets, corn, soybeans, edible beans, spring wheat, sunflowers, and more. The land is well drained with multiple surface drains that run into a deep ditch on the north and west edges of the property.

TIMED ONLINE AUCTION REGISTER TO BID HERE.

BIDS OPEN: November 14th, 2022 @ 1:00 PM CST BIDS CLOSE: November 18th, 2022 @ 1:00 PM CST

The bids will open on Monday, November 14th at 1:00 PM CST. At this time, registered bidders will be able to put in bids on the property through the AcrePro mobile app or on our website. Bids can be placed in the selected increment, or with a custom number that is higher than the current "ask". Bidders can place a maximum bid that will immediately make them the highest bidder, one bid increment over the previous high bid. It will autobid up one bid increment past any bids that come in, until a bid surpasses your maximum bid amount. The auction is scheduled to close on November 18th at 1:00 PM CST. However, if a bid is placed in the final minute of bidding, the bids will automatically be extended by 4 minutes. Each time a new bid comes in during the extension time, the time will extend back to 4 minutes. Be sure to periodically refresh your screen! The bidder with the high bid once the extension period has expired will be the successful bidder. Bids will be on a per surveyed acre basis. AcrePro represents the seller in the sale of the property and is acting solely on behalf of Seller's interests. Sellers reserve the right to refuse any and all bids.

310± Acres Red Lake County

310 acres

Auction

Agricultural

Red Lake, MN

Bidder Packet

310± Acres of Red Lake County's finest land near Oklee, Minnesota for sale by Timed Online Auction. The property will be sold in two tracts and contain 289± cropland acres of loam soils with average Soil Productivity Index of over 90. The ground is conducive to growing corn, spring wheat, soybeans, sunflowers, dry beans, and more. The two tracts are adjacent to each other and are both on two well maintained County Roads (CR-137 and CR-21). The property is level and well drained. The non-tillable acres are mostly mature timber that would be great for hunting whitetail deer, black bear, furbearers, and more. There is a legal drain that runs north-south between the two tracts that is an excellent water outlet for drain tile improvements. The water runs south towards the Lost River.

TIMED ONLINE AUCTION REGISTER TO BID AT https://acrepro.bidwrangler.com
BIDS OPEN: November 14th, 2022 @ 11:00 AM CST
BIDS CLOSE: November 18th, 2022 @ 11:00 AM CST

The bids will open on Monday, November 14th at 11:00 AM CST. At this time, registered bidders will be able to put in bids on the property through the AcrePro mobile app or on our website. Bids can be placed in the selected increment, or with a custom number that is higher than the current "ask". Bidders can place a maximum bid that will immediately make them the highest bidder, one bid increment over the previous high bid. It will autobid up one bid increment past any bids that come in, until a bid surpasses your maximum bid amount. The auction is scheduled to close on November 18th at 11:00 AM CST. However, if a bid is placed in the final minute of bidding, the bids will automatically be extended by 4 minutes. Each time a new bid comes in during the extension time, the time will extend back to 4 minutes. Be sure to periodically refresh your screen! The bidder with the high bid once the extension period has expired will be the successful bidder. Bids will be on a per surveyed acre basis. AcrePro represents the seller in the sale of the property and is acting solely on behalf of Seller's interests. Sellers reserve the right to refuse any and all bids.

387± Acres in Richland County, ND

387.67 acres

Auction

Agricultural

Richland, ND

Bidder Packet
387.67± Deeded Acres including 383.14 tillable cropland acres located in the southern Red River Valley just south of Fairmount, ND in Richland County. The property will be sold in three tracts via Timed-Online Only Auction. All tracts have productive soil profiles with the average Soil Productivity Index being 84. The cropland is conducive to growing cash crops such as sugar beets, corn, soybeans, sunflowers, spring wheat and more. Tracts 1 and 2 are located on ND-127, a class 1 road, giving them excellent accessibility. The property is located in an excellent crop market with Ardent Mills located approximately 4.5 miles of Tract 1 and 2 and all three tracts being located within 24 miles of the Hankinson Ethanol Plant.

TIMED ONLINE AUCTION REGISTER TO BID AT acrepro.bidwrangler.com

BIDS OPEN: October 11th, 2022 @ 11:00 AM CST BIDS CLOSE: October 18th, 2022 @ 11:00 AM CST

The bids will open on Tuesday, October 11th at 11:00 AM CST. At this time, registered bidders will be able to put in bids on the property through the AcrePro mobile app or on our website. Bids can be placed in the selected increment, or with a custom number that is higher than the current "ask". Bidders can place a maximum bid that will immediately make them the highest bidder, one bid increment over the previous high bid. It will autobid up one bid increment past any bids that come in, until a bid surpasses your maximum bid amount. The auction is scheduled to close on October 18th at 11:00 AM CST. However, if a bid is placed in the final minute of bidding, the bids will automatically be extended by 4 minutes. Each time a new bid comes in during the extension time, the time will extend back to 4 minutes. Be sure to periodically refresh your screen! The bidder with the high bid once the extension period has expired will be the successful bidder. Bids will be on a per surveyed acre basis. AcrePro represents the seller in the sale of the property and is acting solely on behalf of Seller's interests. Sellers reserve the right to refuse any and all bids.

Large Land Auction in Red Lake and Pennington Counties

1158 acres

Auction

Agricultural

Red Lake, MN

Bidder Packet
Mixture of crop, hay, CRP and recreational land with excellent soils and large improvement! Much of the land lies along the Clearwater River and comes with riparian rights, allowing for irrigation improvements.

Timed Online Auction, October 20th @ 11 a.m. - October 25th @ 11 a.m.

8 parcels totaling 1,158±

Tract 1- Pennington County

Deeded Acres: 120±
FSA Acres: 110.185 (Acre number is approximate and subject to reconstitution)
Potential Building site: 8.14
Access: Located on County Road 1 and County Road 93. Both are well maintained gravel roads
CPI: 75.7
2022 Crop: Hay
Taxes: Estimated 2022 Taxes: $1,746. Property will be subject to obtaining a new parcel number and tax statement once property is re-parceled and transferred to new owner.
Description: 120 acres of highly productive land located on an excellent road. The land consists of approximately 110 acres of nutrient rich soils that have been in hay production for nearly three decades and would be perfectly suited for crop production. Judicial Ditch 1 is located on the southern edge of the property allowing for excellent drainage as well as an excellent water outlet for future drain tile improvements. The property also has an 8.14 acre area of natural oak trees that could be a potential building or recreational site.

Location Directions from Oklee,MN: From the intersection of CR-5 and CR-6 .5 mile north of Oklee MN, head north on CR-5 for 8 miles. Turn right onto 140 th St. NE and head east for 2.5 miles and you will be at the southwest corner of the property. The property is marked by an AcrePro sign.

Tract 2- Red Lake County

Deeded Acres: 160 ±
FSA Acres: 158± (Acre number is approximate and subject to reconstitution)
Access: Located on County Road 1, a well-maintained gravel road
CPI: 76.7
2022 Crop: Hay
Taxes: Estimated 2022 Taxes $1,053.23.
Description: A nice unobstructed square quarter with highly productive soils located on a wide gravel road. The property has excellent fertility and is conducive to raising corn, wheat, soybeans, sunflowers, and more. The seller has been haying and grazing the land for over three decades. The property is currently in pasture and has electric fencing for improvements. The property has good surface drainage.

Location Directions from Oklee, MN: From the intersection of CR-5 and CR-6 .5 mile north of Oklee MN, head north on CR-5 for 8 miles. Turn right onto 140 th St. NE and head east for 3 miles and you will be at the northwest corner of the property. The property is marked by an AcrePro sign.

Tract 3- Red Lake County

Deeded Acres: 157.2 ±
FSA Acres: 133.32± (Acre number is approximate and subject to reconstitution)
Farmstead: 19.16 Acres
Access: Located on County Road 10, a paved road
CPI: 61.1
2022 Crop: Hay and pasture Improvements:
-Approx. 100x70’ Steel Truss Hay Shed
-(2) Approx 34x60’ Barns
-(3) Grain bins- Not currently in use
-(2) Cattle ponds
-Electric Fencing
Taxes: Estimated 2022 Taxes $1,036.77

Description: Highly productive soils that located on a paved. The property has excellent fertility and is conducive to raising corn, wheat, soybeans, sunflowers, and more. The seller has been haying and grazing the land for over three decades. The property is currently in pasture and has electric fencing for improvements. The property has good surface drainage.

Location Directions from Oklee, MN: From the intersection of CR-5 and CR-6 .5 mile north of Oklee MN, head north on CR-5 for 8 miles. Turn right onto 140 th St. NE and head east for 3.5 miles and you will be at the northwest corner of the property. The property is marked by an AcrePro sign.

Tract 4- Red Lake County

Deeded Acres: 234 ± (Subject to survey)
Cropland Acres: 195±
CRP Acres: 11± (Acre number is approximate and subject to reconstitution)
Farmstead/Timber: 14.33±
River/timber: 8.93±
Access: Located on County Road 137, a well-maintained gravel road
CPI: 49
2022 Crop: Hay, spring wheat, soybeans Annual CRP Payment per acre: $72.55
Approximate Acres: 11 ±
CRP Expiration: 9-30-2030
Taxes: Estimated 2022 Taxes $1,313

Description: A combination property that has productive cropland, mature timber, CRP income, beautiful Clearwater River frontage with Riparian irrigation rights, a potential building site with a Quonset, and for storage! Large tract of productive soils with the predominate type being peat soils. This property has a history of wild rice production with the dikes and irrigation ditch running from the Clearwater River on the north edge of the property all the way down to the south edge. There are also two dikes running east-west in the center of the tract that surround what was a beautiful wheat crop in 2022. There were also 5 acres of soybeans grown on the northeast corner of the property. A 90x40(?) Quonset and mature timber highlight a nice farmstead with building potential on the south border of the property.

Location Directions from Oklee, MN: From the intersection of CR-5 and CR-6 .5 mile north of Oklee MN, head north on CR-5 for 8 miles. Turn right onto 140 th St. NE and head east for 4 miles then turn right onto CR-10 and head south for two miles. Turn left onto CR-137 and head east for .25 miles and you will be a the southwest corner of the property.

Tract 5- Red Lake County

Deeded Acres: 105 ± (Subject to survey)
Cropland Acres: 38± (Subject to FSA Constitution)
CRP Contract Acres: 69.52±
Farmstead/Timber: 0.76±
River/timber: 3.97±
CPI: 50.3
2022 Crop: Soybeans, CRP
Annual CRP Payment per acre: $72.49
Annual Contract Payment: $5,039.50
CRP Expiration: 9-30-2030
Taxes: Estimated 2022 Taxes $594.25
Description: A combination property that has productive cropland, CRP income, and beautiful Clearwater River frontage with Riparian irrigation rights! Large tract of productive soils with the predominate type being peat soils and loams that are conducive to growing soybeans, wheat, potatoes, and wild rice with improvements. The northern border of the property runs along the river as well as some Minnesota Dept. of Natural Resources property. Wildlife in the area include whitetail deer, black bear, sharp-tail grouse, a variety of furbearers, and small game. Location Directions from Oklee,MN: From the intersection of CR-5 and CR-6 .5 mile north of Oklee MN, head north on CR-5 for 8 miles. Turn right onto 140 th St. NE and head east for 4 miles then turn right onto CR-10 and head south for two miles. Turn left onto CR-137 and head east for 1 mile then turn left and head north for 1 mile and you will be at the southeast corner of the property.

Tract 6- Red Lake County

Deeded Acres: 188 ± (Subject to survey)
Cropland Acres: 11± (Subject to FSA Constitution)
CRP Contract Acres: 165.87± (Subject to FSA Constitution)
Farmstead/Timber: 5.58
CPI: 78.3
2022 Crop: Soybeans, CRP
Annual CRP Payment per acre: $72.49
Annual Contract Payment: $5,039.50
CRP Expiration: 9-30-2030
Taxes: Estimated 2022 Taxes $1,063.99

Description: A large tract of productive loam soil that is currently enrolled in an income producing CRP contract. The property was hayed and sprayed for thistle in 2021. This property has building potential with a 5.58 acre farmstead with mature trees in place in the middle of the parcel.

Location Directions from Oklee, MN: From the intersection of CR-5 and CR-6 .5 mile north of Oklee MN, head north on CR-5 for 8 miles. Turn right onto 140 th St. NE and head east for 4 miles then turn right onto CR-10 and head south for two miles. Turn left onto CR-137 and head east for 1 mile then turn left and head north for 1 mile and you will be at the southeast corner of the property.

Tract 7- Red Lake County

Deeded Acres: 80 ± (Subject to survey)
CRP Acres: 78± (Acre number is approximate and subject to reconstitution)
Access: Located on County Road 137, a well maintained gravel road
CPI: 51.4
2022 Crop: CRP
Annual CRP Payment per acre: $72.55
CRP Expiration: 9-30-2030
Taxes: Estimated 2022 Taxes $452.76

Description: Lucrative CRP Contract on peat soils with excellent cropland potential. Peat soils in this area produce excellent soybeans, potatoes, and wild rice with improvements. The property is located on a well-maintained gravel road and is well drained. The CRP was hayed and sprayed for thistle in 2021.

Location Directions from Oklee, MN: From the intersection of CR-5 and CR-6 .5 mile north of Oklee MN, head north on CR-5 for 8 miles. Turn right onto 140 th St. NE and head east for 4 miles then turn right onto CR-10 and head south for two miles. Turn left onto CR-137 and head east for approximately .6 miles and you will be a the southwest corner of the property.

Tract 8- Pennington County

Deeded Acres: 115.8 ±
Cropland Acres: 55.87± (Subject to FSA Constitution)
CRP Contract Acres: 42.17±
Timber: 8.43±
Access: Located on County Road 137, a well-maintained gravel road
CPI: 18.6
2022 Crop: Soybeans, CRP
Annual CRP Payment per acre: $59.05
Annual Contract Payment: $5,039.50
CRP Expiration: 9-30-2030
Taxes: Estimated 2022 Taxes $542.34

Description: A combination property that has mature timber for big game hunting, productive cropland, CRP income, and beautiful Clearwater River frontage with Riparian irrigation rights. Large tract of productive soils with the predominate type being peat soils are conducive to growing soybeans, wheat, potatoes, and wild rice with improvements. For wildlife, this land has whitetail deer, black bear, sharptail grouse, various furbearers, small game and upland game. The cropland has been in hay production for approximately 35 years. An irrigation ditch tuns along the north. There is a 3.77 acre tract in the northwest corner of the property that is currently being farmed by the neighboring landowner that will not be conveyed with the property.

From Oklee, MN: From the intersection of CR-5 and CR-6 .5 mile north of Oklee MN, head north on CR-5 for 8 miles. Turn right onto 140 th St. NE and head east for 4 miles then turn right onto CR-10 and head south for two miles. Turn left onto CR-137 and head east for 3 miles and you will be at the southwest corner of the property.

TIMED ONLINE AUCTION REGISTER TO BID AT acrepro.bidwrangler.com

BIDS OPEN: October 20th, 2022 @ 11:00 AM CST BIDS CLOSE: October 25th, 2022 @ 11:00 AM CST

The bids will open on Thursday, October 20th at 11:00 AM CST. At this time, registered bidders will be able to put in bids on the property through the AcrePro mobile app or on our website. Bids can be placed in the selected increment, or with a custom number that is higher than the current "ask". Bidders can place a maximum bid that will immediately make them the highest bidder, one bid increment over the previous high bid. It will autobid up one bid increment past any bids that come in, until a bid surpasses your maximum bid amount. The auction is scheduled to close on October 25th at 11:00 AM CST. However, if a bid is placed in the final minute of bidding, the bids will automatically be extended by 4 minutes. Each time a new bid comes in during the extension time, the time will extend back to 4 minutes. Be sure to periodically refresh your screen! The bidder with the high bid once the extension period has expired will be the successful bidder. Bids will be on a per surveyed acre basis. AcrePro represents the seller in the sale of the property and is acting solely on behalf of Seller's interests. Sellers reserve the right to refuse any and all bids.


83± Acres in Fulton County

83 acres

$599,000.00

Recreational

Fulton, IL

Illinois Farm and Rec Land is excited to offer this beautiful 83+- acre Fulton County property. Located just East of Canton, IL in the back of the established Maplewood subdivision. The 83 acre tract is made up of 33 productive tillable acres with an average PI of 118, 7 acres of CRP paying $1992 annually through 2026 surrounding the timber edges and the balance in diverse mature timber. The property also features a 60 x 105 Morton building at the entrance of the property. There are multiple future lake sites on the tract and a nice stand of mature hardwoods. Properties as set up and well maintained as this one don’t come around often!

Pauma Mountain Ranch

454.71 acres

$5,500,000.00

Agricultural

San Diego, CA

AcrePro is pleased to present Pauma Mountain Ranch, a 454.71± acre production avocado and citrus grove in the heart of San Diego County’s prime agricultural production area. This property offers a unique opportunity to acquire one of the last remaining large production groves in the region. Currently, the property is leased; however, the lease will be terminated upon sale with crop to be negotiated between Owner and Tenant. Additionally, the property will be sold subject to the completion of an agricultural conservation easement.

ZONING

Per San Diego County Zoning, the large majority of the property is zoned Limited Agricultural Use (“A70”), with 8 acre minimum lot sizes. This zoning designation is intended primarily for agricultural crop production and would allow for a packing and processing facility subject to a major use permit. Parcel number 132-160-21-00 is comprised of 4.63 acres and is zoned Residential-Single Unit (“RS”) and has a minimum lot size of 10,000 square feet. This parcel provides access from Highway 76 to the ranch and would allow for the development of one residential dwelling.

AGRICULTURAL CONSERVATION EASEMENT

The property will be sold subject to an agricultural conservation easement that will protect the conservation values of the property, including its current agricultural productive capacity, the future viability for agricultural use, its agricultural soils and other characteristics of the property.

ACCESS

Primary access to the ranch is provided from Highway 76 at Sam’s Mountain Road. Secondary access is from the northeastern boundary of the ranch along South Mesa Drive.

TOPOGRAPHY

The ranch has steep to rolling topography that is typical for avocado and citrus plantings in the area. The majority of the ranch faces to the south and southwest providing good sun exposure.

UTILITIES

The ranch has no municipal sewer system; however, it has septic systems for the residential improvements. Electricity is provided from San Diego Gas & Electric. Gas is provided from propane tanks.

WATER

Water is provided from Yuima Municipal Water District – Improvement District A. Current water rates are available upon request. The ranch has a total of 12 meter, most of which are 1”, 2” and 3” in size. Irrigation water is delivered to the farmed areas by way of surface hoses with one emitter per tree. Yuima Municipal Water District relies on two main sources for their irrigation water: Local groundwater, which is pumped from deep underground wells located throughout Pauma Valley. This underground aquifer is known as the Pauma Groundwater Basin. Imported water is purchased from the San Diego County Water Authority, which in turn purchases the majority of its water from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. MWD imports water into Southern California from two sources: a 242 mile-long aqueduct that brings water from the Colorado River’s Lake Havasu, and a 444 mile-long aqueduct that carries water from the State Water Project (SWP). Water from these sources is conveyed to the MWD system through pressurized large diameter pipes, open aqueduct canals and open reservoirs. The supply is then treated at the MWD Skinner Filtration Plant located in Western Riverside County. After treatment at the Skinner Filtration Plant, the water flows into an aqueduct pipeline and is delivered to the Yuima Municipal Water District. Once in the Yuima system, which includes 42 miles of water mains, 10 water storage tanks, and 9 pumping stations; the water remains in the pressurized pipelines and tanks, further protecting its quality.

More information will be made available in the data room to potential Buyers upon execution of the non-disclosure agreement. The non-disclosure agreement is available in the documents section below.

218± Acres in Fulton County

218 acres

$1,465,000.00

Hunting

Fulton, IL

If you are in the market for a truly incredible Fulton County, IL hunting property this 218+- acre tract is a must see! This tract is located in Eastern Fulton County between Canton and Glasford, in an area that is historically known for producing giant whitetail deer! Over the years I’ve been fortunate enough to see some world class deer hunting farms throughout Central Illinois, I would without a doubt put this tract up against any I have ever got to spend time on. The 218+- acre parcel is made up of 80+- acres of highly productive tillable soil, a 30’ CRP buffer strip consisting of 21 acres around the entire timber edge, thick bedding and some impressive mature black walnut and oak trees. The timber has not been harvested in roughly 45-50 years and would give a new owner the opportunity for a timber harvest. The 80+- tillable acres with a PI of 118 offers a strong annual return for a premiere hunting tract. Currently the tillable acres are on a custom farm basis with open tenancy starting in 2023. Expected annual return from the tillable acres would be in the $28,000-$33,000 range. The timber offers nice flat areas as well as portions with rolling/aggressive topography making it ideal habitat for the wildlife. The abundant deer population can seek bedding shelter in the multiple thickets and deep draws on the tract. For years the property has had little to no hunting pressure, it’s a bit of a blank slate for a new owner to strategically place food plots throughout the multiple corners of open ground. This is truly a big buck farm in a well-known area for giant whitetails! I was able to get a handful of cameras out for a couple weeks prior to putting the property on the market. As you can see from the short time of running cameras there are strong genetics and one specific typical buck that will be in the Boone and Crockett class. There are multiple places throughout that would make for ideal future lake sites if a new owner would like to add a lake at some point. There are access points in and out of the property from the East as well as the North and West. I believe this tract will impress the savviest of veteran whitetail hunters!

48± Acres in Fulton County

48 acres

$275,000.00

Hunting

Fulton, IL

If you are in the market for a small high quality Fulton County, IL hunting property this 48+- acre tract is a must see! This tract is located in Eastern Fulton County between Canton and Glasford, in an area that is historically known for producing giant whitetail deer! The 48+- acre parcel is made up of 11+- acres of productive tillable soil, a 30’ CRP buffer strip consisting of 8+- acres around the entire timber edge, thick bedding and some impressive mature black walnut and oak trees. The timber has not been harvested in roughly 45-50 years and would give a new owner the opportunity for a timber harvest. The 11+- tillable acres with a PI of 118 would offer a nice annual return if cash rented or a great food source if tuned into standing crops and green food plots. Currently the tillable acres are on a custom farm basis with open tenancy starting in 2023. Expected annual return from the tillable acres would be in the $3000-$3200 range, a deal could be worked out with the neighboring farmer to plant and leave crops standing. The timber offers nice flat areas as well as portions with rolling/aggressive topography making it ideal habitat for the wildlife as well as offering multiple places for a future lake. The abundant deer population can seek bedding shelter in the multiple thickets and deep draws on the tract. For years the property has had little to no hunting pressure, it’s a bit of a blank slate for a new owner to strategically place food plots throughout the multiple corners of open ground. This is truly a big buck farm in a well-known area for giant whitetails! I was able to get a handful of cameras out for a couple weeks prior to putting the property on the market. As you can see from the short time of running cameras there are strong genetics and one specific typical buck that will be in the Boone and Crockett class. The owned access in the Northeast corner of the property is ideal to not disturb the wildlife when entering and exiting the property. This is a must see for anyone in the market for a small acreage that offers most everything you only find in larger tracts.

170± Acres in Fulton County

170 acres

$1,190,000.00

Hunting

Fulton, IL

If you are in the market for a truly incredible Fulton County, IL hunting property this 170+- acre tract is a must see! This tract is located in Eastern Fulton County between Canton and Glasford, in an area that is historically known for producing giant whitetail deer! Over the years I’ve been fortunate enough to see some world class deer hunting farms throughout Central Illinois, I would without a doubt put this tract up against any I have ever got to spend time on. The 170+- acre parcel is made up of 69+- acres of highly productive tillable soil, a 30’ CRP buffer strip consisting of 13 acres around the entire timber edge, thick bedding and some impressive mature black walnut and oak trees. The timber has not been harvested in roughly 45-50 years and would give a new owner the opportunity for a timber harvest. The 69+- tillable acres with a PI of 118 offers a strong annual return for a premiere hunting tract. Currently the tillable acres are on a custom farm basis with open tenancy starting in 2023. Expected annual return from the tillable acres would be in the $25,000-$30,000 range. The timber offers nice flat areas as well as portions with rolling/aggressive topography making it ideal habitat for the wildlife. The abundant deer population can seek bedding shelter in the multiple thickets and deep draws on the tract. For years the property has had little to no hunting pressure, it’s a bit of a blank slate for a new owner to strategically place food plots throughout the multiple corners of open ground. This is truly a big buck farm in a well-known area for giant whitetails! I was able to get a handful of cameras out for a couple weeks prior to putting the property on the market. As you can see from the short time of running cameras there are strong genetics and one specific typical buck that will be in the Boone and Crockett class. There are multiple places throughout that would make for ideal future lake sites if a new owner would like to add a lake at some point. I believe this tract will impress the savviest of veteran whitetail hunters!

39± Acre Hunting Property in Cass County, IL

39.53 acres

$187,767.50

Hunting

Cass, IL

Great hunting property located just northwest of Chandlerville, Illinois. Each time I have been on this farm I have seen multiple deer and a whole lot of sign. Though this farm is only 39± acres, its location allows it to attract and hold a number of deer and mature bucks. Large ag fields to the west, Chandlerville to the east, and Sangamon River bottom to the north makes this a perfect location to ambush a trophy whitetail. The property is enrolled in a CREP easement which will end in 2031. At that point the owner may elect to convert acres back into production ground and take advantage of the strong soils which boast an average PI of 137.2. Until then, the owner can take advantage of the amazing hunting opportunities this thick wooded and grassy habitat offers. The farm could be taken to another level with the addition of strategically placed food plots. The current practice allows for up to 20% of the total FSA cropland to be put into food plots. This equals approximately 7.86 total acres of potential food with no one plot exceeding 5 acres in size. The property would set up well for a large destination food plot with one or two smaller micro plots placed around the farm. This property checks a lot of boxes: food plot possibilities, heavy deer sign, thick habitat, mature trees and the partial road system offers an awesome manageable hunting farm.

Monroe County Farm

74 acres

$351,500.00

Agricultural

Monroe, AR

An agricultural investment opportunity consisting of 74± acres of farmland with 70.5± aces of the land in cultivation. The farm is located in Monroe County, Arkansas near Hunter, Arkansas, only 70 miles from Memphis, Tennessee. The farm, with its rolling undulation, allows for a diverse mix of productive crops. It also has potential for some dove, duck and deer hunting opportunities.

Vertical Acres Avocado Ranch in Pauma Valley

78.56 acres

$1,195,000.00

Agricultural

San Diego, CA

Vertical Acres Avocado Ranch is a 78± acre production avocado grove for sale. The property has a mix of mature trees and recently stumped trees that will serve as a long-term investment opportunity for the new owner.
Current Ownership has invested significant capital in stumping approximately 25 acres of mature trees, clearing the unplanted acreage, and site cleanup. A new buyer could directly operate the grove or retain the current management, creating a passive agricultural investment. This property is part of a private mutual water company that benefits from ground water and district water from the Yuima Municipal Water District. It has secure, electric gate access and paved roadway infrastructure with opportunities for continued farming and new agricultural development on the recently cleared acreage.
Appointments are required for showings and the listing agent must be present. To schedule a showing please contact Dylan Marschall or Warren McCafferty.

1.6± Acre Corner Lot in Cass County, IN

1.66 acres

$45,000.00

Residential

Cass, IN

This 1.6± acre corner lot in Cass County, Indiana is a great opportunity to build on some of Indiana’s beautiful countryside! This rare piece of land is proximate to the local municipal country club and is minutes away from the quickly growing east end of Logansport. There is good county road frontage to the west and to the south. The property has a desirable location being 30 minutes from Kokomo and one hour from Lafayette/West Layfayette and Purdue University!

95± Acre Estate in LaSalle County

95 acres

$360,500.00

Recreational

Lasalle, IL

Discover this 95 +/-acre estate providing the ultimate multi-purpose property for any outdoor and wildlife enthusiast. Situated along the I&M Canal and Dee Bennet Road-this tract possesses an array of potential. The property has proven to be excellent for recreation, hiking, fishing, kayaking, boating, and swimming. Waterfowl potential is significant, and the property has been undergoing a transformation to become a waterfowl hunting mecca just add food and it can be expanded with new shallow water ponds. Deer hunting also has strong potential as the area is well known for top-of-class whitetails. This 95 +/-acre tract offers a blank canvas for anyone wanting to tailor the property for their own vision. Situated throughout the property you'll find multiple shallower bodies of water excellent for waterfowl hunting. This parcel has multiple well-built duck blinds strategically placed. The estate also features a large lake that offers excellent fishing opportunities and an open water source for hunting. The lake has excellent water quality. The property is adjacent to Buffalo Rock State Park and the I&M Canal National Heritage Trail. Buffalo Rock State Park is a 298-acre park that offers bike trails, American bison, hunting, canoeing, cross-country skiing, geocaching, hiking trails, baseball field, horseshoe pits, playgrounds, and a shelter. The I&M Canal National Historic Area borders the property with private access from the property directly onto the I&M Canal Trail. Many activities are allowed on the canal's 77+ miles of well-maintained trails. The I&M Canal offers many different experiences including boat trips, horseback riding, snowmobiling, biking, hiking, walking, canal towns, dining, and much more. Directly across the road is Starved Rock Yacht Club, Wide Waters Yacht Club, and Kayak Starved Rock. Just across the river is Starved Rock State Park, one of Illinois' most beautiful destinations and the #1 most visited state park in Illinois. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the park's 18 canyons featuring vertical walls of moss-covered stone formed by glacial meltwater that slice dramatically through tree-covered sandstone bluffs. More than 13 miles of trails allow access to waterfalls, season runoff or natural springs, sandstone overhangs, and spectacular overlooks. Recreational opportunities abound, from hiking to camping to fishing, boating, or hunting. Just a few miles further down the road is Matthiessen State Park which offers canyons, streams, prairie, and forest. Visitors can expect to see beautiful rock formations in addition to unusual and abundant vegetation and wildlife. All of this, along with park and picnic facilities, make Matthiessen State Park a popular choice for an outing.

38± Acre Spoon River Hunting Property

38.5 acres

$149,900.00

Recreational

Fulton, IL

If you've been in the market for a year-round recreational tract, this Fulton County property is a must see! The 38.5± acre property offers roughly a mile of Spoon River frontage, mature timber, established trails, thick bedding cover and cleared areas that are ready for food plots. This area of Fulton County is historically known to produce giant whitetails! The property has multiple natural funnels and travel corridors that the deer use when traveling up and down the Spoon River. The current owner says the rut hunting on this farm is spectacular! The abundant large agricultural fields offer a year-round food source and with the addition of strategically placed food plots on the property for great hunting opportunities! Located roughly 5 miles down the Spoon River from Bernadotte tubing, canoeing, and kayaking is ideal to be able to float all the way to your own property. The Spoon River offers great fishing opportunities from smallmouth bass to giant flathead catfish! Properties that offer year round family recreational value are very desirable and this one has a lot to offer! The property is accessed from County Road 14 via a well established road (easement) into the property. The property is in a CREP program and the current taxes are $108.36.

96± Acre Farm Estate in Bureau County

96 acres

$1,100,000.00

Agricultural

Bureau, IL

Discover this 96+/- rural farm estate located about a mile off Tiskilwa Bottom Road, SE of Tiskilwa, IL. This expansive property features a 3 Bed, 2 Bath farmhouse with an additional attached inlaw suite with a bath, bed, and kitchen hookup. Throughout the farm, you’ll find 36.6 +/- FSA acres. Currently, the FSA acreage is in CRP and row crop production. The current total income is $5000/year. Beyond the FSA-recorded acres, multiple food plot locations are ready to be implemented. A creek winds through a section of the parcel. The farm has additional buildings, including an oversized climate-controlled garage. This parcel would be great for small farm livestock, farming, or equestrian activities. Sit back and enjoy what rural Bureau County has to offer. Explore the maintained trail system throughout the parcel and see The farm has a history of various forms of wildlife including an abundance of whitetail and turkeys. Recent trail camera intel has shown multiple great bucks frequenting the farm! Schedule a private showing today.

Building Potential with Great Hunting in LaSalle County

70.85 acres

$550,000.00

Recreational

Lasalle, IL

If you've been looking for an incredible parcel that has building potential, great hunting, and a stocked pond - don't look any further. This parcel consists of gentle rolling hardwoods, young successional growth, established food plot areas, and gated access. Easily navigate the farm with the established trail system and see all the farm has to offer. This farm is located on the backside of over 2500 public land acres creating ample opportunities for hunting in the area. This parcel would make for a perfect hunting camp location or permanent building location.The farm is located less than 1 hour from the S suburbs of Chicago and 1.5 hours from downtown Chicago!

Recreational Property in Peoria County

8.58 acres

$28,000.00

Recreational

Peoria, IL

Don't overlook this 8.58± tract in Peoria County, IL. This tract has a creek winding through the property with a variety of hardwood trees. The farm had plenty of deer tracks and other signs of wildlife. Located near the heart of Peoria, IL bring your imagination.

20± Acre Buildable Property in Dewitt County

19.8 acres

$257,400.00

Recreational

De Witt, IL

Hard to find Dewitt County buildable property with strong income and excellent recreational value. The property is located on the NW corner of Burns Hill Road and US 51 just SW of Clinton. The property is being sold as one tract but is divided into four separate parcels which are all buildable. The west and north sections of the property boast beautiful mature oaks, young walnuts, hickory trees, thickets, and a beautiful creek. The topography and timber would provide some outstanding hunting opportunities. The property is loaded with deer sign along with several large rubs and scrapes both near the field edge and throughout the mature timber. The approximately 8± acres of tillable ground provide strong income for a property this size. The location could also make this an ideal parcel for development or possible commercial opportunities.

75± Acres in Macon County

74.73 acres

$0.00

Agricultural

Macon, IL

74.73± total acres located in South Wheatland Township, Macon County, Illinois. The farm has 54.09± tillable acres.

45± Acre Income Producing Trophy Hunting Farm

45.33 acres

$350,000.00

Recreational

Christian, IL

Hard to find income producing hunting property consisting of approximately 45.33± acres with Bear Creek running through the property. Located just northeast of Palmer, IL in Bear Creek township, Christian County, IL, the property is under 45 minutes from Springfield, IL and only 90 minutes from Bloomington/Normal. There is good hard road access from E 1100 North Road where there is a shared access, lockable gate.

The tract boasts over $4,700 income per year through 12+/- acres in CRP. There is an additional 22+/- acres of CRP which may be taken out of program and put into production or designed into a killer habitat and food plot area. If the new owner would like to keep the CRP the 22+/- acres may be brought up to compliance and re-enrolled. There is a potential to further increase yearly income through offering hunting lease options.

This property has everything a trophy whitetail is looking for with food, water and cover all in one package. The farm is loaded with deer sign! Uniquely positioned between large ag fields and heavy blocks of timber. This this 45+/- acre tract is a destination for large cruising bucks and many does in the area. There is an impressive record of whitetail hunting success as well as trail camera history backing up the whitetail and upland hunting value of this farm. This is a hard to find recreational tract with productive soils and strong ROI all in a very manageable package.

31± Acres in Fulton County

31 acres

$184,900.00

Recreational

Fulton, IL

If you’re in the market for a small Central Illinois recreational tract this Fulton County parcel is a must see. Located just South of Astoria, IL this property offers a nice cabin with electricity, heat/air conditioning, good hunting, atv riding and well established hiking trails. The cabin is 20 x 45 with a loft and atv/equipment storage area in the back. This would be a great spot for family getaways and a comfortable place to stay during hunting season. There are multiple food plot areas on the property that stretches almost a mile and a half long with a recently cleared road system throughout. The countless natural funnels and pinch points on the property offering ideal deer stand locations. The current owner allows the neighboring farmer to access his agricultural fields through the West end of the property in exchange for the ability to hunt and use some of the neighboring timber. There are 2 elevated Muddy box blinds that will be staying on the property in great hunting locations along with multiple new ladder stands, its pretty much turn key!

155± Acres Jasper County, IN

154.97 acres

$0.00

Agricultural

Jasper, IN

154.97+/- acre tillable farm located between Remington and Goodland in Carpenter Township, Jasper County, Indiana. Farm is nearly all tillable and is pattern tiled.

Rancho Dos Vasos

375.79 acres

$19,900,000.00

Agricultural

Ventura, CA


2021 East Telegraph Road, Fillmore, Ventura County, CA 93015

Rancho Dos Vasos is a 376± acre avocado ranch made up of six contiguous parcels in Ventura County, California.

Rancho Dos Vasos is located on the northern side of an easy access, major highway (Hwy 126) that runs through Fillmore, a rural, unincorporated portion of Ventura County. Supporting a mix of older trees and new development, this property presents an opportunity for both immediate and long term revenue generation. Rancho Dos Vasos is irrigated with two high quality wells located within the Fillmore basin, which provide excellent quality, reliable groundwater at a relatively inexpensive rate compared to similar competitive growing regions. Current ownership has invested approximately $7 million in capital expenditures on irrigation infrastructure, new plantings, interior road improvements, and drainage systems. California produces 90% of the avocados grown in the U.S. This coastal county is a robust agricultural region where the market supports 3,846 total producers and hosts rich, sandy soils and an exemplary climate that easily supports avocado crops. This entirely renovated and upgraded property is projected to produce 2,668,320 total pounds at maturity, or approximately 11,150 pounds per acre, an above average commodity harvest. There is potential for new owners to keep existing management in place, providing a streamlined transition of ownership. With the hard work and infrastructure updates done, new owners will be able to enjoy quality production, upgraded office space, an agricultural barn, shop, and residential home on their state-of-the-art avocado ranch.

The property has two turbine wells, various booster stations and injection stations, and three water storage reservoirs. The primary well produces approximately 900 (Gallons Per Minute) GPM of good quality irrigation water. The backup well was refurbished in 2019 and produces approximately 500 GPM and the Primary Well (Well 2) was newly drilled in 2021. The irrigation water delivery system is solid-set micro sprinklers supplied by poly tubing. The age of the delivery system is generally new having been completely refurbished since the property was acquired and is considered state-of-the art for modern avocado groves. There are over 200 acres irrigated by this system along with the future development area.

Information on the Fillmore-Piru Water Basin can be found https://www.fpbgsa.org/piru-final-gsp/ and https://s29420.pcdn.co/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Final-Piru-Basin-GSP_ADOPTED_12-16-2021-without-appendices.pdf.

More information will be made available in the data room to potential Buyers upon execution of the non-disclosure agreement. The non-disclosure agreement is available in the documents section below.

Zoning

(AE-40): Agricultural Exclusive, 40ac min.; (OS-40 & OS -160): Open Space Zone, 40ac &160ac min

High Quality Farm in Tippecanoe County

80 acres

$1,000,000.00

Agricultural

Tippecanoe, IN

This farm in southern Tippecanoe County contains highly productive soils and outstanding yield history. Nearly half of the tillable acres are made up of Drummer soils, with a mixture of additional high-quality soils throughout the remainder of the farm. There is ample road frontage and access on two sides, and this farm is located in a thriving agricultural community with an outstanding tenant.

Multipurpose Land in Hardin County

71.5 acres

$420,000.00

Recreational

Hardin, IA

This unique combination of recreation and tillable ground lies just North of Union, IA adjacent to the Iowa River. Great timber land with great deer hunting! Approximately 21.43 ± tillable acres with an average 77.8 CSR2. The tillable land would work well for food plots or to rent out for income. This farm can produce income and recreational enjoyment! Lies next to an old railroad right of way that is proposed to become a bike path in the near future. This will add to the entertainment it can provide!

Sale-Leaseback Farm in Central Iowa

230.28 acres

$3,100,000.00

Agricultural

Hamilton, IA

This high quality farm is located in Southern Hamilton County, IA and contains highly productive Canisteo, Clarion, Nicollet and Webster soils. The farm is well drained naturally and with field tile (no tile maps available). A drainage ditch runs through the property that offers a great outlet for more field tile installation. You will find great road frontage with good driveways to access the field easily. Recent work has been done to the bridge that crosses the drainage ditch, which allows semis and fully loaded grain carts to cross. This is a sale-leaseback transaction that allows the seller to lease the property back. For details on the terms of the sale-leaseback, please contact the agent. This is a great quality farm in highly productive Central Iowa! Don't miss this one!

Seller is licensed broker in state of Iowa.

Turnkey Farmland in Warren County

4.47 acres

$75,990.00

Agricultural

Warren, IN

Prime 4.47 acre, nearly all tillable, tiled piece of farmland located just south of SR 136 near the I-74/SR63 exit at the BEEF HOUSE in southern Warren County. Excellent soils with high yield potential. Completely pattern tiled, turnkey and ready to go.

Commercial Property in Clinton County

49.64 acres

$2,978,000.00

Commercial

Clinton, IN

This land is primed for development, ideally situated within Clinton County's Interstate 65 Interchange Economic Development Plan. Located in the Tax Increment Financing (TIF) district, infrastructure for water, wastewater, electric, and fiber has been implemented for development of this land and economic growth of the area.

FD Cash Farm

272.29 acres

$1,580,000.00

Hunting

Jackson, AR

The FD Cash Farm is an excellent income producing investment property while also providing ample opportunities to duck hunt the Cache River Flyway. The farm consists of 272.29 total acres of which 243.56 are cultivated. 233.12 acres have been precision leveled and irrigated. The farm is irrigated by one well and one relift pump. Miles of underground pipe connects all of the irrigation equipment allowing both the well and the relift pump to water every field. The current owners installed a weir in the creek splitting the property to allow for ample surface water for irrigation. The farm is in an excellent flyway and also in a well known area for big deer; three pits have been installed to support duck hunting. The 10 acre non-irrigated field would make an excellent place for a lodge and a dove field. Currently the farm and hunting are controlled by the owners, but in the past the hunting was leased for $30,000 per year. Current owners would consider leasing the farm back for multiple years.

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