Harmon's Chase County Pivot is a tremendous opportunity to purchase a quality pivot irrigated quarter of farmland and will make an excellent addition to your existing farm or investment portfolio. There is a cash lease on this property that will expire on 12/31/2023 (lease to be prorated). This is an area known for excellent crop production and hunting. Land Harmon’s Chase County Pivot is a quarter of level to rolling land that is pivot irrigated with a 7 tower Zimmatic irrigation system. This is a highly productive parcel of land with good soil types and county road access on 2 sides. One of the corners on the farm is dryland farmed, one corner has been utilized as a stack yard for hay and the other two corners are in native grass, the SW corner has a draw running through it that will definitely attract wildlife. Improvements There is a 7 tower Zimmatic center pivot irrigation system in good condition on this property with a well and electric pump. The control panel on the pivot belongs to the current tenant and can possibly be purchased separately. Recreation Harmon’s Chase County Pivot offers endless recreation from hunting small game and varmints to monster plains mule deer and the occasional white-tailed deer. You also have the opportunity to go hiking, biking or having fun on your ATV/UTV all on your own property! Agriculture Harmon’s Chase County Pivot is in an area known for it’s strong production. Irrigated crops in this area are usually corn, beans, wheat, sugar beets and potatoes. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources Harmon’s Chase County Pivot is located in the Upper Republican NRD and is regulated by this district. Currently this farm has banked excess water. Region & Climate Chase County, Nebraska gets 19 inches of rain, on average, per year. The US average is 38 inches of rain per year. Chase County averages 26 inches of snow per year. The US average is 28 inches of snow per year. On average, there are 240 sunny days per year in Chase County. The US average is 205 sunny days. Chase County gets some kind of precipitation, on average, 63 days per year. Precipitation is rain, snow, sleet, or hail that falls to the ground. In order for precipitation to be counted you have to get at least .01 inches on the ground to measure. Weather Highlights Summer High: the July high is around 90 degrees Winter Low: the January low is 13 Rain: averages 19 inches of rain a year Snow: averages 26 inches of snow a year History Chase County was named after Champion S. Chase, who served as mayor of Omaha for seven years and was Nebraska’s first Attorney General. Chase County was separated from Hayes County by the Nebraska legislature on February 27, 1873, although the county was not organized until 1886. It was once said that, excluding ranch owners, their wives, and their cooks, at the time Chase County was organized it was populated entirely by cowboys. Part of the reason for such a statement may have been the fact that at one time Frenchman Creek and its main branch the Stinking Water Creek were used as watering stops for cattle drives that traveled from Texas to the Union Pacific railhead at Ogallala. These trails are known as the Western or Great Western trails. Chase County sits in the region once referred to as the Great American Desert. However, on the broad, fertile plateau, early settlers quickly discovered that Chase County’s dark sandy loam soil was excellent for farming. The railroad came to Chase County in 1892, reaching Wauneta on January 28. It was built by a division of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad. This line left the main line near Culbertson and terminated in Imperial. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Location Harmon’s Chase County Pivot is located in Chase County southwest of Imperial and approximately 7 miles west of the smaller community of Champion.