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$13,800,000   •   2,366 Acres
3 br / 1 ba /

The Texhoma Big Water Farm is a rare offering consisting of 2366.98 deeded continuous acres that is separated by the Oklahoma and Texas State lines. This offering of irrigated cropland in this area provides excellent production and ease of access to the Oklahoma and Texas grain markets. Land This farm is a combination offering with 1180.35 acres in the state of Oklahoma and 1186.63 acres located in the State of Texas. Hayden Outdoors is proud to offer this farm with our Oklahoma and Texas real estate divisions. The panhandles of Oklahoma and Texas produce millions of bushels of grain each year and this farm is a large contributor of that production.  The farms location offers easy access from a paved highway  to the local grain markets within six miles east of the farm in Texhoma, OK.  The Texhoma Big Water Farm is a highly productive farm yielding significant amounts of crops each year. One of the major features to this farm is its available abundant ground water. The farm offers excellent irrigation with an overall estimated 10,050 GPM of available water that is used by 13 center and corner pivots throughout the farm.  Over the years the current owner has intensely improved and developed this farm to produce a highly productive farm with modern well systems, pivots and grain storage to maximize the farms production and efficiency. Est. Taxes: $2,813.37 for OK. Taxes for Texas: $9,728.30 Improvements Centrally located on the farm are five newly constructed Superior grain storage bins that holds over 550,000 bushels of grain storage. The main priority with the bins is a facility that is safe, keeps grain dry, and has controlled aeration. These bins offer the farmer the option of selling the crop for later delivery at a price that sometimes exceeds the current markets. The farm’s location offers the producer numerous grain elevators and livestock grow yards and feed lots to seek competitive bids on grain. Most livestock feed yards and grain elevators are a short drive from the farm’s headquarters for ease of transportation of grain. Additional improvements to the farm are three separated livestock pens. Custom livestock pens have been constructed on over 30 acres of the farm in three locations. These pens are all custom made of 2 3/8” four rail steel piping with 6” steel corners with 12’ gating. The design of these pens include holding and sorting pens from 1⁄4 acre up to 6 acres in size. Johnson heated waterers are located throughout each holding pen supplying adequate water supply to all livestock including concrete feed bunks with 10’ concrete pads, sorting pens, loading ramps and hydraulic head catch.  The grow yard offers over 4,300′ of total feed bunks.  This is not a permitted Concentration Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO) Improvements include: 6 – 125 acre pivots                                                                                                                                                                                                                       4 – 60 acre wiper corner pivots                                                                                                                                                                                             1 – 400 acre pivot                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1 – 420 acre pivot                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1 – 60 acre pivot 1600 acres under a single Integrated unground water system with 8550GPM with 9 wells. 585+/- acres under a separate 1500 GPM water system of 5 wells in Section 14 Sherman County, TX 585 acres Section 14 of Sherman County is completely fenced with 5 strand barded wire and t-post.  This includes cattle trap, sorting pens and holding pens for working and shipping livestock. Section 33 in Oklahoma includes some fencing and hot wire fencing for cattle grazing, The farm offers a landowner the option to winter graze livestock and  with some additional fencing a rancher / farmer can easily graze cattle with irrigated winter wheat during the winter months with ease of use of the many strategically located livestock pens. 5 Superior Grain Silo towers at 110,000 bushel grain storage each at 550,000 bushel total capacity equipped with full floor aeration, 35hp motors, 10hp cooling,  backup Cummins generator and a 15000 gallon fuel cell. Phase 2 electric power throughout with Phase 3 converters. Average Corn yields in the mid 240’s – 270’ bushel to the acre. Local graveled road network with internal road infrastructure offering excellent access for farming and ranching. Pivots: 13 Reinke and Zimmatic Irrigation Pivots 7 pivot span up to 17 span units, all electric 60 acre corner pivots up to 420 acre pivot units. Ground water estimated 8550GMP all integrated underground water system to over 1600 combined acres by 9 groundwater wells.  Additional separate well system of estimated 1500GPM water available with additional 5 wells in Sherman County, Texas Wells are  nicely serviced by Caterpillar, Chevy & Cummins  natural gas engines.  These power sources operate the wells at an average well depth of 350’ Headquarters house, Traditional one story house in good condition Year built: 1960 3 bedroom 1 full bath with garage 1400 square feet. Laundry, Kitchen, living room with fireplace Located in a central location to the farm. New Reinke 60 acre pivot has just been  installed in the NE4 of Section 31. Region & Climate This region gets 19”-20” of annual rainfall per year with 6” of snow on average. The sunlight ranges from 250-260 days a year with temperatures in the mid 90’s at summer with average winter lows in the high 20’s

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