The Casper Airport PivotFarm is part of afourth-generation family ranchandis on the market for the first time since the mid 1930s. The Bressler Family broke this sod and has done well raising seed alfalfa, hay, beans, corn, and malt barley utilizing new technology pivot irrigation withGrow Smart controls and injected fertilizer covering approximately 527+/- acres. Additional cropland includes135+/- acres currently under flood irrigation with plans for three pivots covering 122+/- of those acres. The remaining range land is largley subirrigated or lying in the South Casper Creek bottom and totals 1,038+- acres.
Pivot #4 126 acres installed 2005
Pivot #10 153 acres installed 2008
Pivot #11 101 acres installed 2008
Pivot #12 107 acres installed 2013
Pivot #13 38 acres installed 2014
Excellent county road access along 33 Mile Road only minutes north of US Highway 26 and the Casper Airport. Water is supplied by the Casper Alcova Irrigation Districtvia well planned bubblers, ditches, pumps and pipelines. In 2020, the irrigation water costs $23 per acre and is considered some of the most reliable irrigation water in the state. Located near I-25 and Highway 26 allows convenienteast/west and north/south shipping.
With over a mile of both sides of South Casper Creek and acres of crop land the property providesan excellent hunting opportunity for upland birds, antelope, and deer. Wyoming's favorable property, corporate, and income taxes make this prime real estate a rewardinginvestment. A portion of the land lies within the Thirty Three Mile Service District and could receive municipal residential water with a pipeline extension paid for by the owner.
Call for additional information on what fields are seeded to what crop. Depending on the timing of closing the Seller would consider a farm lease for a year or two in order to help the new buyer transition to the property. Additional land is available for sale.