The Tunnell Farm is located in the northwest-quadrant of Hale County, being approximately .5 of a mile north and 2 miles east of Edmonson, Texas. Access is good, being by graded CR 5 on the north, graded CR O on the east and graded Nix Road on the west.
The terrain is mostly level, with some sloping land on the east-half of the farm to two playa lake areas. Overall, the slopes on the Tunnell Farm ranges from 0-3% slopes, with approximately 88% of the property having slopes from 0-1% and 12% having slopes that range from 1-3%. This property is being operated as a partially irrigated farm. Currently, approximately 704 acres are under pivot, approximately 44 acres are in drip irrigation, approximately 143 acres are operated as dryland farmland and approximately 36 acres are in playa lakes and roads.
The Tunnell Farm is loaded with depreciable assets, which include three (3) center pivot irrigation systems, 44 acres of drip irrigation, thirteen (13) irrigation wells and a network of underground line. The center pivots include 1 half mile 1996 model Valley nozzled at 1,400 g.p.m., 1 quarter mile 1996 model Valley brand system nozzled at 750 g.p.m. and 1 quarter mile 1996 Valley brand system nozzled at 680 g.p.m. The irrigation wells range in depth from 295 feet to 400 feet deep and are equipped with three 5 h.p., one 7 h.p., three 20 h.p., three 30 h.p., one 40 h.p. and two 50 h.p. electric submersible pumps. Additionally, a 40x40 barn with a 20x40 lean-to is located on the farm. All of the improvements located on the Tunnell Farm are well maintained and in good working condition.
287 acres, more or less, being Section 2 of the JV Matlock Survey, Abstract 2155, Hale County, Texas and all of Section 4, Block C-4, Abstract 1373, Hale County, Texas, containing 640 acres, more or less. In total, this property contains 927 acres, more or less.
The Tunnell Farm is currently in an excellent state of cultivation and has been well maintained. The asking price is $1,500/ac., with one half of the minerals owned and all executive leasing rights owned. The 2016 property taxes are approximately $5,895, or $6.36/ac. If you are looking for a productive partially irrigated farm in the northwest-quadrant of Hale County, this offering should fit your needs. For additional information, please contact Rusty Lawson.
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