This is a square shaped tract, being approximately .5 of a mile wide from east to west and slightly over a .5 of a mile long from north to south. According to the Lamb County Appraisal District, this property contains 165.6 acres, more or less.
The McCary Farm is located in the southeast-quadrant of Lamb County, being approximately 3.5 miles north and 2 miles west of Anton, Texas. Access is good, being by paved CR 332 on the south and graded CR 277 on the east.
The Southeast-quarter (SE/4) of Section 9, Block 1, R.M. Thompson Survey, Abstract 2300, Lamb County, Texas, containing 165.6 acres, more or less.
2013 Property Taxes:
Improvements include one (1) center pivot irrigation system, four (4) irrigation wells and a network of underground line. The center pivot is a 1994 model Valley 8000. To the best of our knowledge, this pivot is nozzled at 161 gallons per minute. The irrigation wells are equipped with two 3-inch electric submersible pumps and two 2-inch electric submersible pumps.
$1,250 per acre, surface only.
The McCary Farm has approximately 120 acres under pivot, with the corners being in dryland farmland. The terrain is basically level, with the primary soil type being Acuff loam, 0-1% slopes. If you are looking for a good partially irrigated farm, this offering should demand your attention. For additional information, please contact Rusty Lawson.
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