Middle Creek Farm is located 17 miles west of Springview, Nebraska, or 29 miles east of Valentine, Nebraska on Highway 12, just on the northern edge of the Niobrara River breaks in Keya Paha County. Keya Paha County is well known for being some of the best cattle and cropland combination country in Nebraska. The highly diversified farm is comprised of nine center pivots with a complete set of improvements, native rangeland, wooded draws, and dryland crop ground. The center pivots are all groundwater wells, with no pumping restrictions and three-phase electric service. Currently, the farm is an irrigated/grassland cow-calf operation, with the pivots being utilized for grazing and haying. The owner rates the operation with proper inputs to be able to sustain 450 cow/calf pairs on a year-round basis. The current operation would also lead to an easy transition to an organic row crop operation. Corn yields in the area have historically been above 200+ bushels per acre. The farm also features Upper Niobrara River breaks, with timbered draws providing excellent wildlife habitat and great feed sources for elk, deer, turkeys, and upland birds. Middle Creek Farm is a great investment opportunity for a row crop operation or an irrigated cattle operation with high-quality soil, good groundwater, breathtaking views, and diversity. The farm is move-in ready and shows the great pride of current ownership.
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