Sterling Irrigated Farm is a highly productive farm located in Northeastern Colorado, in the heart of Logan County Cattle Country. This farm offers great water rights, an irrigation well and a highly productive 89 +/- acres of irrigated ground. The farm recently had a drip irrigation system installed. This farm has historically produced good crops. Recreation The property is in close proximity to numerous outdoor activities including trail running, hunting, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, and biking. Enjoy sunrises and sunsets like you’ve never seen before. Fishermen can visit nearby North Sterling State Park, South Platte River, or Prewitt Reservoir where you might catch trout, walleye, bass or muskie. For hunters waterfowl is by far the most popular game but there is also turkey, dove, sandhill crane, archery deer, and small game hunting. Golfers can play at Riverview Golf Course which has been consistently ranked as the best course in the northeast portion of the state for a number of years. Also, you are only a few hours from major cities such as Denver or Cheyenne, WY. Region & Climate In Sterling, over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 15 to 91 degrees and is rarely below 0 or above 100. Sterling gets 17 inches of rain on average per year and averages 31 inches of snow per year. History The town of Sterling is rich in history. Founded by homesteaders along the South Platte River in 1881, Sterling quickly developed into a commercial hub on Colorado’s High Plains and is now the largest city in the Northeastern part of the state located in Logan County, Colorado. Sterling is a farm and ranch community with deep roots on the Colorado prairie. There are many historical sites to see throughout the town of Sterling including the Overland Trail Museum, the Downtown Sterling Historic District, or the City of Living Tree sculptures to name a few. Location The property is located on the eastern edge of Sterling CO. Sterling is settled just off I-76 between Denver and the Nebraska state line and is highlighted by native grasslands, majestic bluffs and rolling hills. The closest airports are Western Nebraska Regional Airport and Denver International Airport which are both aprx. 120 miles from Sterling.