10 miles northeast of Denton along county road
1,000 deeded acres all in one block
Attractive improvements amidst shelterbelts
Two homes, shop, barn, sheds, quonset, and grain storage
517 acres cropland and pastures with developed water / tanks
Department of Revenue indicates 1,000.48 acres.
Farm Service Agency indicates 517.40 acres Cropland.
Wheat Allotment: 254.04 acres (39 bu/ac assigned yield)
Barley Allotment: 38.94 acres (42 bu/ac assigned yield)
Water / Crops:
Water sources include a well which serves the two homes and the corrals, five developed springs with water tanks, and a reservoir that serve the pastures.
Crops grown in the area include wheat, barley, oats, pulses (such as lentils and chickpeas), alfalfa, sainfoin, and oilseeds (such as canola). As mentioned the FSA indicates 517.40 acres cropland. The 2022 cropping acreage breakdown was 82.31 mixed forage (grazed), 20.09 alfalfa (hay production), 202.17 summer fallow, and 212.83 winter wheat (grain production).
The ranch’s infrastructure includes nicely maintained buildings amidst shelterbelts and attractive residential landscaping. The Main Home (1965) is a 3-bed, 2-bath with 1,852 sq ft plus a full basement and attached garage. There is a modular 3-bed, 2-bath home with garage. Homes are spacious and well cared for. The outbuildings include a beautiful barn (40×70), combination shop with overhead door/storage shed (40×80), 1979 Quonset (50×65), approximately 30,000-bushel grain storage from numerous bins, and a livestock lean to (14×30) with corrals. One well serves the two residences and the corrals.
In summary, the Denton Home Place presents an ideal opportunity for a gentleman operator interested in cattle, horses, and farming. This property boasts a diverse landscape, featuring both flat croplands and rolling pasturelands. The cropland is exceptionally fertile, situated on flat benches that consistently yield high productivity. Additionally, the pastures benefit from a reliable water source, thanks to developed springs and a reservoir, and are further enhanced by various types of brushy cover that offer protection for both livestock and wildlife. The property is adorned with well cared for homes and attractive grain and cattle facilities, enhancing its overall charm.
Improvements and pasture are leased until October 30, 2023 and in a separate agreement the cropland is leased for $30/acre expiring this fall. Details are available upon request.