±551 acres of land under center pivot
The Coldwater Irrigated Farm features new sprinklers and updated irrigation motors on +/- 551 acres of land under center pivot. This farm is currently growing corn. There is an abundant source of water available with 3 wells pumping a combined 1,800 GPM. The hunting experience is unique to this property with its location on the edge of the breaks. The variety of wildlife to be seen on the property include deer, pheasant, quail and other native game.
Water: There are 3 irrigation wells producing combined 1,800 GPM.
Hunting: The variety of wildlife to be seen on the property include deer, pheasant, quail and other native game.
History: Over the past 50 years the farm has been used as an irrigated farm producing corn and cattle feed.
Improvements: On the property, there are 3 irrigation wells, 4 newer Valley sprinklers and extensive barbed wire fencing for livestock.
Minerals: There are no mineral rights available for purchase with this property from the current owner.
Landscape: The land is mostly flat and readily available for irrigated farming practices and livestock uses.
Zoning/Easements: The property is outside of any municipality so is not zoned. There are no known easements that would affect operation of the farm. It is anticipated all existing easements will be identified by surveyors.
Water Conservation District: The property lies within the North Plains Ground Water Conservation District.
Area: This property is located in central Sherman County.
Access: FM 119 runs along the east side of the property.
Directions: From Stratford, Texas, go east on HWY 15 for about 13 miles to intersection of FM 119 at blinking light. Head south for about 6 miles to the SE entrance of the property
Mobile #: (806) 736-8235
Reach out to Craig Cooper for more details!