The Herring Farm consists of two quarter sections lying catty-cornered from each other, being the northeast-quarter and the southwest-quarter of the section. In total, this tract contains 320 acres, more or less.
This farm is located in the southeast-quadrant of Terry County, being approximately 2 miles south of the small community of Union. Access is good, being by graded CR 660 on the north, graded CR 531 on the west and graded CR 670 on the south.
The Southwest-quarter (SW/4) and the Northeast-quarter (NE/4) of Section 3, Block C-38, Terry County, Texas, containing 320 acres, more or less.
2015 Property Taxes:
Improvements include three irrigation wells and a network of underground line. The center pivot irrigation system located on the property is owned by the tenant farmer and is not a part of this offering. According to the landowner, the irrigation wells developed on this farm produce an estimated combined total of approximately 175 gallons per minute.
$900 per acre, surface only.
This is productive partially irrigated farm in an excellent state of cultivation. The terrain varies from nearly level to gently rolling, with slopes ranging from 0-3%. If you are looking for a quality farm in southern Terry County, this offering should fit your needs. For additional information, please contact Rusty Lawson.
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