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Investors’ best chance of achieving long-term returns will come from investing in real assets that can cash flow through all business cycles. Not only is farmland a real asset that cash flows, but it is in diminishing in supply around the world, and produces a product with a relatively inelastic and increasing global demand. Even gold cannot make that claim.... More Farm Investment Featured Articles Available for You to View.

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Featured Farm Investment Properties

  • Quintana Farm Pivot Irrigated San Luis Valley Colorado - Sold

    Alamosa, Colorado - $15,000,000

    Located 45 miles from Alamosa, Colorado in the southeast corner of the San Luis Valley. The farm consists of 4,565 total acres with 2,500 acres under pivot irrigation. 14 wells, pumping an average of 1,400 g.p.m. furnish water to 21 center pivots.  View Farm Details »

  • Texas Kehoe Farm

    Texline, Texas - $2,386,260

    The Kehoe Farm contains roughly 1,650 acres, comprised of mainly center pivot irrigation with dryland corners and is conveniently located just 10 miles south of Texline, Texas. The seasonal Carrizo Creek runs through the property. This farm offers the diversity of crop production and cattle applications, has excellent roads and nearby grain facilities, feedyards, and sale barns give excellent outlets for sales of crops and cattle.  View Farm Details »

  • Wyoming Muddy Creek Farm And Ranch

    Riverton, Wyoming - $4,600,000

    The Muddy Creek Farm and Ranch is located in the Muddy Creek Valley in northern Freemont County and 25 miles northwest from Riverton, Wyoming. The area is well known as a feed production area in Wyoming due to plentiful water supplies, productive lands and mild and open winters. The Muddy Creek Farm and Ranch is a large irrigated farm operation with a secondary livestock operation comprising 2,530 acres. The principal crops grown are alfalfa hay, corn silage, malting barley and corn for grain. The farm is in an excellent state of cultivation and the improvements are exceptional. The property is well fenced and is capable of handling livestock with facilities in place for handling, feeding and watering cattle. Additionally, the area is rich in wildlife and the property is home to whitetail and mule deer, pheasants along with a plethora of other wildlife.  View Farm Details »

  • 15,892 Acres Of Dryland Farms - Sold

    Goodland, Kansas - SOLD AUCTION

    Absolute auction! 15,892 acres within a 20 mile radius with up to 50 complete bidding tracts consisting of excellent cropland in Northwest Kansas. The sale will be held in the City Limits Convention Center just off I-70 exit 53 in Colby, Kansas on December 2nd 2010. This land consists of quarters, half sections, sections and contiguous tracts up to 4 sections of land in one location. The “multi-parcel” technique of offering these tracts allows the bidders to buy a quarter or two, or any number of tracts in any desired combinations. The offering boasts some premier cropland that is excellent for wheat, corn, milo and sunflower production! There are excellent tenants in place on the property who are available to continue leasing. Goodland, Kansas Sale by Absolute Auction  View Farm Details »

  • Nebraska Irrigated Farm - Sold

    Gordon, Nebraska - $8,000,000 - SOLD

    A northern Nebraska 3,445 contiguous acres irrigated farmland with a small feedlot operation located south of Gordon, Nebraska in Sheridan County offered to a buyer looking for a profitable agricultural venture. The area holds an abundance of water resources, as it is located on top of the Ogallala Aquifer. This location is ideal to produce a multitude of crops from sugar beets, to potatoes to edible beans, to corn, or wheat with an in-demand market for any of these crops nearby. A Quality Nebraska farm for sale.  View Farm Details »

  • New Mexico Roosevelt Farm

    Causey, New Mexico - $3,200,655

    The 1,689+/- acre Roosevelt Farm offers high producing farmland, all in one contiguous tract. Located in the heart of dairy country, this farm produces corn, sorghum silage, cotton, wheat, haygrazer, sunflowers and peanuts. It includes two well-situated and comfortable homes along with easy access consisting of a paved road for transportation of your commodities. With the dairy industry on the come back and the new peanut plant in Portales, this is a great opportunity.  View Farm Details »

  • Oklahoma Grounds Farm & Feedlot

    Optima, Oklahoma - $1,200,000

    Grounds Farm & Feedlot is a unique property in the Oklahoma panhandle consisting of a total of 480+/- acres. Approximately 124 acres are irrigated farmland and 244.75 acres are enrolled in the CRP program. Improvements on this farm include a 6,000 head cattle-handling facility along with a beautiful Victorian main residence, manager’s residence, one-bed/bath apartment, shops, and several barns.  View Farm Details »

  • Texas Graff Farmland

    Dalhart, Texas - $7,200,000

    The Graff Farm is comprised of 2,400 acres situated in the northwest corner of the Texas Panhandle, located in Hartley County. This is a center pivot irrigated farm broken up into three full sections and an additional 480 acres in another section. The farm is situated about 6.5 miles south of Dalhart, Texas with parts of the farm being on both sides of Highway 87. Although the farm does not sit next to the highway, it is easily accessible along well maintained county roads with some of the access being paved.  View Farm Details »

  • Texas Wall Farm

    Morton, Texas - $4,075,000

    Wall Farm in Morton, Texas is a 2,152+/- acre farm. The farm consists of red clay and loamy sand and has an extensive pipeline that connects each sprinkler with every well, which makes this farm one of the best in the area. This farm is very diverse in that you can grow many different crops such as: cotton, corn, milo, alfalfa, sunflowers, wheat, haygrazer, sorghum silage, and peanuts or one could turn this property into a cattle grazing operation.  View Farm Details »