$650,000   •   105 Acres

Heigel Hunt is a productive tract consisting of 105+/- acres of premium farmland. It encompasses three adjoining parcels directly North of Bayard and Highway 26. The tract has excellent soils and 0 to 3 percent slopes. Abundant wildlife enjoy the year-round creek that runs North to South through the parcel, making it the sportsman paradise.LandThis tract offers approximately 26 irrigated acres alongside roughly 79 acres of grassland, characterized by excellent soils and gentle slopes ranging from 0 to 3 percent. ImprovementsThe adjoining home and acreage can be purchased separately. RecreationThe year-round creek, which runs through the center of the parcel and is heavily wooded, provides excellent habitat for wildlife. This feature attracts turkeys and deer, particularly during their respective seasons, offering a thriving environment for these animals. The presence of the creek ensures a reliable water source, while the trees offer ample cover, giving this property a unique recreational aspect. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesAny and all water and mineral rights owned by the seller will be retained and will not transfer with the land. Region & ClimateScotts Bluff County in western Nebraska experiences a semi-arid climate marked by hot summers and cold winters. Summers are typically hot, with July highs averaging around 90 degrees, occasionally exceeding 100 degrees. Winters are cold, with January lows averaging around 15 degrees and periodic dips below 0. The county receives about 16 inches of annual precipitation, mostly during late spring and early summer, with May and June being the wettest months. Snowfall is moderate, averaging around 40 inches annually, mainly from December to February, though it can occur from October through April. With over 200 sunny days per year, Scotts Bluff County enjoys a substantial amount of sunshine. LocationThis tract is located 6 miles Northwest of Bayard and only 15 miles East of Scottsbluff. Note: Contract acceptance and sale are subject to seller confirmation based on contracted sales of additional tracts currently on the market. Option to additionally purchase of the adjoining residence is available.  Scotts Bluff County is located in the western part of Nebraska, within the Nebraska Panhandle region. It is bordered by Sioux County to the north, Morrill County to the east, Banner County to the south, and the state of Wyoming to the west. The county seat and largest city is Scottsbluff, a regional hub known for its diverse economy, healthcare facilities, and educational institutions. A significant landmark within the county is Scotts Bluff National Monument, a prominent geological formation that served as a key navigational point on the Oregon Trail. The North Platte River traverses the county, offering scenic views and recreational activities such as fishing and boating. Major transportation routes include U.S. Route 26 and U.S. Route 385, which facilitate connectivity within the region. The county’s economy is largely driven by agriculture, particularly the production of sugar beets, corn, and livestock, while the city of Scottsbluff provides a range of retail and service industries. The area is rich in cultural and historical significance, with numerous sites dedicated to the history of westward expansion and early settlers.


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