This is a great combination of active cultivation, mesquite pasture and CRP grass with annual income through 2022. Located west of Rotan, TX on FM 611 with frontage also on CR 341 on the east and CR 345 south of the property, it enjoys easy access all around.
The land includes 171.3 acres in active cultivation, with cotton the most recent crop. The cultivation acreage has a historic cotton base of 86.6 acres with a respectable 415 pound yield, as well as a grain sorghum base of 28.8 acres with a 27 bushel yield.
The pasture acreage totals 103.41 acres, is fenced around the pasture's perimeter and includes a surface pond, livestock shed and aged holding pens.
The remaining 36.2 acres is enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) that provides an annual payment of $1,131 through 2022.
Here's a great opportunity to own a property that has the right combination to serve a variety of needs and provide diversified sources of income.
A rural cooperative water supply and electricity are available in the immediate area.
Best of all, the wildlife enjoy the cover of the pasture, the water in the pond and the forage of growing crops and native forbs and grasses across the property.
Farming, grazing, hunting and CRP income with terrific access and paved frontage, too! Contact us for more information or to arrange a private viewing of this tract.
From Rotan, TX, west on FM 611 to CR 341. Property lies south of FM 611, west of CR 341, north of CR 345.
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No City Services
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