: This is a square shaped tract, being approximately .5 of a mile wide from east to west and approximately .5 of a mile long from north to south. According to the Hale County Appraisal District, this tract contains 160 acres, more or less.
Location/Access: The Zugg Farm is located in the central-portion of Hale County, being approximately 3.5 miles southwest of Plainview, Texas. Access is excellent, being by paved CR 135 on the south and graded Sun Road on the east.
Legal Description: The Southeast-quarter (SE/4) of Section 44, Block A-1, Abstract 1999, Hale County, Texas, containing 160 acres, more or less.
Farm Service Agency’s Base Acres and Yields: Farm #476, Tract #1379
Crop Name Base Acres Direct Yield C.C. Yield
Wheat 10.1 acres 23 bu. 23 bu.
Cotton 108.4 acres 455 lbs. 455 lbs.
Corn 21.4 acres 124 bu. 124 bu.
Government Payment (Direct Payment): $3,531
Improvements: Improvements include one (1) center pivot irrigation system, three (3) irrigation wells and a network of underground line. s model Lockwood brand system. This pivot is currently nozzled at 175 g.p.m. The irrigation wells are equipped with two 10 horsepower electric submersible pumps and one 7.5 horsepower electric submersible pump. All are tied together by a network of both PVC and concrete underground line.
2013 Property Taxes: Approximately $1,560.
Price: $1,350 per acre.
Minerals: Seller is reserving all minerals owned.
Remarks: This is a quality partially irrigated farm currently in excellent condition. The soils consist primarily of Pullman clay loam, 0-1% slopes and Olton loam, 1-3% soils. Approximately 70 acres are irrigated, with the remainder operated as dryland farmland. The Zugg Farm currently has a good tenant farmer who does have the property rented for the 2014 crop year. The buyer will assume the landlord’s position in this lease. For additional information, please contact Rusty Lawson.