This property consists of 320± deeded acres historically used for dry land farming and grazing. Located approximately 20 miles north of Yuma, CO, with county road access on the north and west boundaries, the Red Willow 320 is conveniently located a half mile north of the Tri-State 115 KV transmission line and 1 mile east of the Public Service 230 KV transmission line. Currently, there are 212.54± acres of the farm planted to wheat and the remainder of the property is grass pasture. This pasture is fenced by a two-strand hot wire fence in modest condition and features a draw running from west to east. The south portion of the farm ground is mainly flat with a slight slope from south to north. Most of the farm ground consists of platner loam soils with some iliff loams and rago loams as well. To transfer with the sale of farm are 117.30± wheat base acres. There is no well on the property. The farm is currently being rented by a local farmer, with potential for that arrangement to carry into the future.