13,074 Total Acres
37 Parcels & 61 Farming Units
Property Location & Flyover
Peloton Commercial Real Estate is proud to offer a rare opportunity to purchase 13,074 acres of prime farmland located in the Nebraska panhandle. Spanning five counties, the 37 parcels are dual-fed by six surface water reservoirs and the country's largest subsurface aquifer. With over 14,521 acres of certified water rights combined with ideal soil composition, this land is some of the country's most desirable farmland.
The owner and his associated entities began acquiring this farmland in the late 1990s. Currently, the land is managed through a variety of operating agreements; primarily cash and crop-share arrangements. A set of knowledgeable tenants that have been in place for the past ten to fifteen years assist in minimizing risk while maximizing the investment’s return. Net returns per acre vary from year to year and are a function of crop yields, pricing, input costs, and weather.
In addition to crop yields, the property also offers:
In addition to the vacant land, many of the units have significant improvements located on them; these include: Eleven houses, Numerous sheds, grain bins, and outbuildings, and extensive irrigation infrastructure, center pivots, pumps, motors, water Wells, & concrete ditches.
Oil & Gas
The majority of the mineral rights are controlled by the current land owner. Active oil production is occurring in close proximity to a number of the parcels - specifically, Roberts Ranch.
The current property manager and his team are willing to continue to manage the investment for an extended period of time post-closing.
The Mormon and Oregon Trials pass through the central portion of the Nebraska farmland holdings. In addition, the Chimney Rock and Scotts Bluff National Monuments provide easy viewing from many of the farm units. One of the parcels, Roberts, has five named monuments located on it: Castle Rock, Round-Top, Coyote, Steamboat, and Flat-Top. Access to these monuments is controlled by the Nebraska farmland.
46 irrigation wells supply water from sub-surface aquifers. The water quality on the parcels is extremely high and allows each center pivot to function smoothly with little to no buildup inside the device extending the life of the assets.
Many of the individual farm units derive water from six-mountain storage reservoirs located in Wyoming: Seminoe, Kortes, Pathfinder, Alcova, Glendo, and Gurnsey. These reservoirs have a combined storage capacity of nearly 3,000,000 acre feet.
Active Oil Wells
Natural Resource Districts