Tract 2 Becker Scotts Bluff County Farm is 190 +/- acres consisting of approximately 80+/- acres of irrigated farmland, 75 +/- acres of pastureland and 43 +/- acres of dryland farmland. This productive land sits just off the Tri-State Canal which provides irrigation water to the 6 tower wiper pivot as well as the flood irrigated fields. Improvements There is an older and well functioning 6 tower wiper pivot. Recreation Located just 5-10 minutes from Lake Minatare there is plenty of opportunity for family fun with watersports and fishing. The are is well know for large flocks of geese and ducks spending most of the winter between the lake and the North Platte river. Ag fields in the area are frequented by the massive migratory flocks and water fowl hunters come from all across the country to hunt. Fishing in Lake Minatare is fantastic with many warm water species to make up your daily bag limit. Lake Minatare is also well known for its beautiful lighthouse located on the northwest side of the lake. Additionally there are many more attractions in the area such as Chimney Rock , North Platte National Wildlife Refuge, Scotts Bluff National Monument and Wildcat Hills State Recreation Area. Agriculture The farm has been run as a family farm with current production of alfalfa and corn. The farm is close to markets and there are multiple feedlots and grain facilities close by. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources Water rights from the Tri-States Ditch. Region & Climate Located in a topographical area with only modest variations in elevation, this area has an average elevation above sea level of 4,000 feet. The area within 10 miles is mostly cropland (65%) and grassland (31%), and within 50 miles by grassland (76%) and cropland (23%). The summers are hot and mostly clear, and the winters can be cold, snowy, windy, and partly cloudy. Over a year, the temperature typically varies from 15°F to 90°F and is rarely below -2°F or above 99°F. Location Located just 15 minutes from Scottsbluff Nebraska and a short 10 minute drive to lake Minitare. The property sits just of county road K and has plenty of good access to local grain storage facilities and feedlots.