Vitality Farm, 948 acres, is a prime well-watered farm with 1,699.54 shares of Sanchez Ditch & Reservoir Company Irrigation water and includes approximately 300 acres of certified organic cropland. 788 acres M/L includes 4 full big half circle. This farm has been in production & remains in production & is managed w/ quality management systems. Current crops include potatoes, oats & peas. Historically, it has grown alfalfa & hemp. Land 948 acres of prime farm ground located in Southern Colorado. Improvements This farm has had numerous upgrades. The home has been completely remodeled with a new, woven, fabric covered storage/equipment/processing building that measures 72’x160′. The building has a 30’x26′ roll up door on one side and 12’x16′ door on the other side with LED UFO lights that are set up for multiple use applications. 11,500 square feet storage building w/ 2,200 square feet concrete floor, the remainder is road base. This building is equipped with 400 Amp 120/208 3-phase electrical service (expandable to 800 amps). One electrically powered oversized garage door, and one manual chain hoist garage door. Additionally, there are four – 50 Amp RV electrical hook-ups. Agriculture CROP PRODUCTION History of Crop Production on the property: Alfalfa crop yield is 4.5 to 6 ton Barley no fertilizer – 100 to 110 bu/ac. Barley with compost – 147 to 180 bu/ac. – 2020- 120 Acres of hemp production on main property (north and middle pivot) – 2021- Separate west pivot- Potatoes (estimated at 350 sacks per acre) – North/Middle pivot main property- Pea/Oat Hay on approximately 240 acres at 2.5 tons per acre – Front field in front of house- small batch of hemp -2022- Separate west pivot and north/middle pivot- Pea/Oat Hay on approximately 350 acres at 2.0 tons per acre – 2023- 2023- The Company has leased the north and middle pivots for the 2023 growing season to a local farming group for potato production. In addition, with additional water availability, the Company intends to grow hay on the West Pivot. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources New Zimmatic – 7 tower sprinkler that will irrigate 128.94 acres in full circle installed in 2020, three Lockwood sprinkler pivots on the other fields, One – 550 GPM irrigation well permit #19997-RF, 1 – Domestic well Permit # 144565 and 1 – well for the house. There are concrete ditches and underground pipelines servicing the holding ponds/reservoirs to the pivots. Approximately 495 acres under pivot, 40 acres M/L along Hwy 159 has underground pipe and risers for gated pipe utilized for additional flood irrigation if one desires to use on acerage not under pivots. General Operations Sprinkler systems: West 160 acre field – 2002 Lockwood Model 2006 SN #0132850 30 HP motor / can pump, Leepa nozzle system, ditch weir #230, 1050 GPM. Big half circle field – 1997 Lockwood, 12 tower 8″ pipe for first 5 towers then reduce to 6 5/8″ to the end, 50 HP motor, 480 Volts, ditch weir #620, 140 acres farmed. South circle field – 1985 Lockwood, 10 tower, 40 HP motor, underground pipeline from holding pond at the house. Middle circle field – 2002 Lockwood, pipeline from main holding pond at the house, 40 HP motor. North circle field – 2006 Lockwood, pipeline from main holding pond, 40 HP motor, model #2206, serial #0133420 Location LOCATION This farm is located just south of San Luis in San Acacio, Colorado, with easy access from a paved state highway. Alamosa, CO – 45 minutes Taos, NM – one hour Santa Fe, NM – 2.5 hrs. Colorado Springs, CO – 2.5 hrs.