Eastern Oregon Irrigated Row Crop Farm

This row crop farm is southwest of Ontario, Oregon, off Butler Boulevard. Ontario is a growing city near the Idaho/Oregon border. It is an agricultural rich area with crops ranging from onions, beans, corns, potatoes, hay, sugar beets and more.  There is farmland on all sides this piece.

The 227± acres feature 215± acres in row crop. According to USDA soils maps, soils are mostly Umapine silt loam and some Stanfield silt loam. As a result, the soil type is excellent for row crops.

A total of 214.5± acres are irrigate-able with water rights from the Warm Springs Irrigation District.  Water costs for the 2018 season reported at $8,612. In other words roughly $40 per acre.  In addition, supplemental water rights for 101± acres are also included. Seller reports that with the supplemental rights, they have had sufficient water for the crop season. This holds true, even in low water years. Property is irrigated via flood and cement ditch.  The drain ditch is at the south side of the property.

The row crop land is leased for the 2019 season to a long time renter.Furthermore, if purchased for an investment, the renter would be interested in continuing to lease the property.

A time-honored farm home built in 1954 with 1,224 square feet and features 3 bedrooms and 1 bath. Adjacent to the home is a 35 x 50 shop with 3 bay overhead doors.  In addition, the large overhang provides always needed storage.

Originally priced at $1,800,000  and now reduced to  $1,700,000

In the center of an great agricultural area this Oregon row crop farm features good soils and low cost irrigation. What better way to expand your current operation or purchase as an investment with solid long term tenant in place.