$536,480   •   38.48 Acres

The Southside Pivot property located in Owyhee County, renowned for it's agriculture industry, offers an opportunity to invest in irrigated farmland. Whether you're looking to expand your farming operations or embark on a new venture in agriculture, this property offers the perfect location, infrastructure, and crop cultivation.Land38.48 acres of irrigated farmland in the heart of Southwest Idaho. This versatile property offers opportunities for crop cultivation or grazing. Currently utilized as pasture under pivot irrigation, the property features one full pivot to efficiently irrigating approximately 30 acres. Full Pivot = 30 +/- Acres RecreationThe property is west of the Snake River in Owyhee County and close to several recreational areas which offer opportunities for fishing and boating.  The Owyhee Mountains and the nearby Owyhee Reservoir are prominent natural features in the Owyhee County area of southwestern Idaho. Nearby attractions include: Snake River Owyhee River/Reservoir Owyhee Mountains River Bend Golf Course Claytonia Pond Wildlife Habitat Area Jump Creek Falls St Chapelle’s Winery Lake Lowell Givens Hot Springs Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge Located in Game Management Unit (GMU) 40, there are plenty of hunting opportunites, including big game like mule deer, elk, and pronghorn antelope, as well as upland birds such as chukar and quail. Waterfowl and predator hunting is permitted as well. AgricultureOwyhee County boasts a diverse range of crops, reflecting its fertile soils and favorable climate. Among the primary crops grown in the area are potatoes, onions, sugar beets, corn, alfalfa, wheat, barley, and specialty crops such as hops. The county’s agricultural output contributes significantly to Idaho’s status as a leading producer of potatoes and other crops. In addition to crop production, Owyhee County is home to a thriving livestock industry. Cattle ranching is particularly prominent, with both beef and dairy cattle raised in the area, contributing to its overall economic vitality. Region & ClimateHomedale, Idaho experiences a semi-arid climate with hot, dry summers and cold winters. Summers are typically warm with temperatures often exceeding 90°F, especially in July and August, which are the hottest months. Winters are cold with temperatures dropping below freezing, and snowfall is not uncommon. Precipitation is relatively low throughout the year, with most of it occurring in the form of rain during the spring and early summer months. LocationHomedale, Idaho, sits in the scenic Snake River Valley, surrounded by rolling hills and the Owyhee Mountains where you will find many of Idaho’s orchards and vineyards. Homedale is a growing community about 45 miles southwest of Boise, it offers both rural charm and easy access to urban amenities. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy activities like fishing and hiking nearby, while families can explore local landmarks like the Homedale City Park.


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