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2,152 acres Morton, TX $4,075,000

2,152 acres Morton, TX

Cochran County JW Ross United Country AltaTerra Realty and Auction, LLC.

Type: Acreage

LOCATION & AREA Located ten miles west of Morton, Texas in the heart of the dairy industry. Morton is located in the county seat of Cochran County and has a mild, semi-arid climate. On average, Morton receives 18 inches of precipitation per year. Summers in Morton are hot, with high temperatures in the 90s F at night. Winter days in Morton are typically sunny and relatively mild in the mid 50s F, but nights are cold with temperatures dipping to the mid 20s F. The currant population of Morton is approximately 2,000. ACREAGE & DESCRIPTION Wall Farm consists of 2,152 +/- acres with 12 Zimmatic sprinklers which is capable of watering 1,680 +/- wet acres. Sprinklers are nozzled from 500 to 650 gals per minute. With it rolling to flat sandy soil Wall Farm has the potential to grow what you need. This farm is capable of growing cotton, corn, milo, alfalfa, sunflowers, wheat, haygrazer, sorhum silage, and peanuts. WILDLIFE & RECREATION There is always wildlife that can be seen on the farm such as mule deer, pheasants, blue quail, bobwhite quail, coyotes and an occasional wild pig. IMPROVEMENTS The improvements include a three-bedroom, two-bathroom manufactured home metal barn built in 2008 and insulated with overhangs for storage. There are 36 electric submersible wells along with 12 Zimmatic sprinklers with pipeline tied to each well. Co-listed with Scott Burton at Mason & Morse Ranch Company

2,152 acres Morton, TX $4,075,000

2,152 acres Morton, TX

Cochran County Bart Miller Mason Morse Ranch Company

Type: Acreage w/House

Wall Farm in Morton, Texas is a 2,152+/- acre farm. The farm consists of red clay and loamy sand and has an extensive pipeline that connects each sprinkler with every well, which makes this farm one of the best in the area. This farm is very diverse in that you can grow many different crops such as: cotton, corn, milo, alfalfa, sunflowers, wheat, haygrazer, sorghum silage, and peanuts or one could turn this property into a cattle grazing operation.

725 acres Morton, TX $1,268,750

725 acres Morton, TX

Cochran County Ben G. Scott Scott Land Company, LLC

Type: Acreage

Cochran County Irrigated 724 State: Texas Region: South Plains County: Cochran Property Type: Irrigated Farm Acres: 724.6 acres more or less Price: $1,750.00 per acre Taxes: Approximately $2,085.11 Location: Approximately 30 miles southwest of Morton, Texas This good irrigated farm has 3 center-pivot sprinkler irrigation systems that water a total of 472 acres. One sprinkler is approximately 2205 in length covering 350 acres and is nozzled for 750 GPM. It is an early 80s Zimmatic with standard tires and long drops on 80 spacing. Two of the sprinklers are approximately 1125 in length each covering 91 acres with standard tires and drops on 10 spacing with i-Wob emitters. These two sprinklers are late 80s Zimmatics each nozzled for 400 GPM and each overlap the larger sprinkler by about 30 acres. There are 7 wells approximately 200 deep with submersible electric motors and pumps connected to the pivots with 8 and 12 underground PVC pipe. The seven wells will run the large pivot by itself or they will run the two smaller pivots at one time. An 84.6 acre tract that connects this property to the New Mexico state line and provides approximately 1.25 miles frontage on FM 769 was purchased later and is not yet reflected in the FSA maps and information (the information on the 84.6 acre tract will be provided upon our receipt from the FSA office). This farm is relatively flat with mostly loamy fine sand soil that is well suited for both cotton and peanuts. The farm is currently rented on a crop-share basis by an excellent farmer who would like to continue to operate the farm.

353 acres Morton, TX $564,800

353 acres Morton, TX

Cochran County Ben G. Scott Scott Land Company, LLC

Type: Acreage

Cochran County Irrigated 353 State: Texas Region: Western South Plains County: Cochran Property Type: Irrigated Farm Acres: 353, more or less Price: $1,600.00 per acre Taxes: Approximately $1,216.28 Location: Approximately 7 miles west of Morton This farm has a 2011 Valley center-pivot sprinkler irrigation system that covers 136 acres and is nozzled for 200 gpm. The sprinkler is supplied by three wells with submersible electric motors (15hp & 2-5hp) and pumps. There is a second pivot pad for a circle on the east side of the farm that was recently put back into cultivation after coming out of CRP. The owner has permits for two new wells on the east side of the farm and is waiting for a driller. All the corners of both circles (59.1 acres) are enrolled in CRP until 9/30/20 for an annual rental rate $28.67 per acre. A 35.9 acre field on the west side of the farm has been row watered in the past. An older home and approximately one acre that lies between the west circle and the row-watered land is not included with the property.

698 acres Morton, TX $471,150

698 acres Morton, TX

Cochran County Ben G. Scott Scott Land Company, LLC

Type: Acreage

PRICE REDUCED!! Cochran County Dryland 698 State: Texas Region: Western South Plains County: Cochran Property Type: Dryland Farm Acres: 698 more or less Price: $675.00 per acre Taxes: $628.27 (2012) Location: 10 miles south of Morton, Texas This very nice dryland farm is located on the west side of Hwy 214 approximately 10 miles south of Morton. It has an Amarillo loamy fine sand soil with 0 to 3 percent slope that is well suited for growing cotton and grain sorghum. As an added bonus, water produced by a well with a solar-powered submersible pump attracts large mule deer from the surrounding area.

864.8 acres Morton, TX $389,160

864.8 acres Morton, TX

Cochran County Ben G. Scott Scott Land Company, LLC

Type: Acreage

Southwest Cochran County 864 Acres State: Texas Region: South Plains County: Cochran Property Type: Improved Grass/Native Grass Acres: 864.8 acres more or less Price: $450.00 per acre Taxes: Approximately $593.40 annually Location: 17.5 miles South of Morton or 21 miles North of Plains on TX 214, 3.8 miles West on FM 1585 and 2 miles South on CR 95 This property consists of 552 acres +/- of improved grass that was previously in the Conservation Reserve Program and 312 acres +/- of native grass. The owner states the property has two stock wells, one on either side of the county road that divides the property but does not know the operating condition of either well. The property has only been used for deer hunting by the current owner. This property is likely suitable for irrigation as there is irrigation in the area, including the property directly to the north. This is a property priced to sell!

2 acres Bledsoe, TX $3,000

2 acres Bledsoe, TX

Cochran County Direct Sales Department Onlinelandsales. com | Landbidz. com

Type: Acreage

Cochran County, on the southern High Plains, is bordered on the west by New Mexico, on the north by Bailey County, on the east by Hockley County, and on the south by Yoakum County. It was named for Robert Cochran who died at the Alamo. The center point of the county is 3335' north latitude and 10250' west longitude, some fifty miles west of Lubbock. Cochran County covers 783 square miles of level prairie with elevations varying from 3,500 to 3,800 feet above sea level; loamy or sandy soils predominate. Many small lakes dot the county, including Silver Lake, and several small salt lakes. Rainfall in the area averages 15.62 inches a year; the average minimum temperature in January is 23 F; the average high in July is 92 F. The growing season lasts 189 days. The county's agricultural income averages $50 million a year, derived from cotton, sorghums, wheat, and cattle; county farmers irrigate more than 110,000 acres. Mesquite and grama grasses provide much of the ground cover. Farms in the area surrounding Morton produce cotton, cattle, and grains, mainly for feed. The town serves as a banking and supply center for these farms. Its industrial activities include meat packing and gas and sulfur refining. Financing: This lot is being offered for sale with financing. Simply make the small down payment, and the land contracts and coupon books will be emailed and hard copy mailed to you immediately. You can start using or building your land while you are making payments. Checkout: The checkout above bills the down payment of $121 only. SALES PRICE: $3,000 DOWN PAYMENT: $121 MONTHLY PAYMENTS: $100 INTEREST RATE: 9% 10% DISCOUNT ON REMAINING BALANCE IF PAID EARLY

145 acres Morton, TX $3,000,000

145 acres Morton, TX

Cochran County Tom Horton Ag Brokers, Ltd.

Type: Commercial

26,000+ SF slaughter facility ready for clean up and repermitting. Excellent cooler space for 500 - 600 carcasses and all refrigeration taken down correctly. All equipment in tact and includes stand pens for 600 - 800 head with antemortem. In terrific location close to feedyards and dairy facilites for either fed kill or cow kill, killing up to 200 head per shift. This property also comes with about 4,000 head grow yard and 80 acres of cultivated dry land. Good water here for all purposes. Knock box has been okayed by a rabbi for kosher.
 
1,760 acres Morton, TX

1,760 acres Morton, TX

$1,760,000 Cochran County

729 acres Lehman, TX

729 acres Lehman, TX

$475,000 Cochran County

1.25 acres Morton, TX

1.25 acres Morton, TX

$75,000 Cochran County

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