$1,450,000
96± Acres
New Listing
Baker County, Oregon

Richland Farm

ID: 55282
Status: New Listing
Price: $1,450,000
Acres: 96±
Price Per Acre: $15,104
Type: Farms, Hunting Land, Residential Property
City, State: Richland, Oregon
County: Baker
ZIP Code: 97870
Lat/Long: 44.7624, -117.1485
Presented By: Travis Bloomer
Taxes: $4,531
Dwelling Sq Ft: 2,592
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3

Description

The Richland Farm is 96.02 total acres and located .3 miles East of Richland, Oregon.  At 2,200’ elevation the area is known for milder winters and a longer growing season in comparison to the rest of Baker County.  A gravity pressure mainline designed by NRCS supplies water to the farm.  The farm is currently irrigated through a sophisticated drip irrigation system.  Land-leveled with USDA soil map indicating silt loam soils capable of producing up to 7 Ton/Ac irrigated alfalfa. 
A 2,592 sq. ft. home with garage, corrals, weigh scales, and large 11,000 sq. ft. hay storage barn provide the opportunity to either graze or farm this land.  
Located 1 mile from Holcomb and Hewitt Park boat ramps into the Powder River arm of Brownlee Reservoir which imparts endless recreational opportunities.  BLM and USFS lands are not far from the valley.  Big game, upland bird, waterfowl, and fishing opportunities located in and around the Richland Valley.  Of note, multiple reservoirs including Oxbow, Brownlee, and Hells Canyon are not far.  Whitewater rafting opportunities in the wild section of the Snake River below Hells Canyon Dam.  

Legal: T09SR4524 TL 1200 Ref#12895-91.02ac and TL1600 Ref# 12894-5ac Two Parcels.  
Address: 36975 Sullivan Ln, Richland, OR 97870
Acres: 96.02
Water Rights: Certificates 83363 and 89274.  Source of Water is Eagle Creek through the Kay Young Ditch.  1881 Priority date for 71.5 ac and 1885 for 19.5 acres.  Water department indicates these are strong water rights and middle of the group when looking at the whole system.  On a normal year, the property will have water through the entire season.  There have been some years these dates get shut off but not on normal years.    
Gravity Pressure Irrigation Conveyance System: Water is supplied to the farm from an irrigation conveyance mainline that originates in the Newt Young ditch and travels through multiple properties before entering the property in a 10” line.  Paperwork indicates a 10” line with 1,000 gpm with 50 PSI of pressure.  Designed by NRCS.
Irrigation Application System:  At entrance to property the water runs through a series of backwashing self-cleaning filters, pressure reducing valves, fertigation tanks and a control panel that rotates the water through 16 different zones across the leveled field.  A series of manifolds directs the water to buried drip tape 12” deep 30” spacing across the field.  Seller runs 4 zones at a time typically on 60 minute sets every day.  Management of the drip system requires flushing the lines, chemigation maintenance and patching rodent holes as needed in drip tape during the growing season.  Designed by NRCS
Crops: Alfalfa Grass mix on majority of farm.  Seller has grown both corn and sudan grass for stockpile forage.  Seller fertilizes every year.  Seller is careful not to disk too deep to disturb drip tape.  Typically fall plants.
Crop establishment: Seller uses above ground mainline with a self-reeling big gun Bauer T42 rain star for crop germination.  All go with sale of farm.  
Livestock Waterline: 1 ¼” mainline originating at the filter house runs the West, South and East perimeters.  It is also connected to well in yard for additional source.  It was installed approximately 3 years ago.  5 tire troughs on the farm are intended to be hooked up to the line.  The troughs have not been hooked up and the system has not been used.  
Farmable Acres: Aerial mapping indicates 88 +/- ac farmable acres
Headquarters (Home, Corrals, Hay barn) Acres: Aerial mapping indicates 2.5 +/- ac 
Alley way for gathering livestock, ditches and a stream make up the remaining acres.   
Soils: Farm has been land leveled. Soils are mapped silt loam and rated at 7 ton/ac production.     
Zoning: 551-Exclusive Farm Use.
Home:   1974 Built, 2,592 sq. ft. with 600 sq. ft. garage. 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, living room, dining room, kitchen, utility room and attached garage.  
Hay Storage: 11,088 sq. ft. Hay barn. 
Shipping Container: 20’
Livestock structure: Covered structure for calving attached to corral.  
Weight Scale: A scale for weighing trucks or livestock is located on the ranch.  
Located .3 miles East of the town of Richland, Oregon.      
Recreation: Located 1 mile from both Holcomb and Hewitt parks with boat ramps into the Powder River arm of Brownlee Reservoir.  BLM and USFS lands are not far from the valley.  Big game, upland bird, and fishing opportunities are nearby.  
Property Tax: 2023 year $4,531.82

Additional Information

wildlife

  • big game
  • elk
  • mule deer
  • quail
  • turkey

recreation

  • fishing
  • hunting

water access

  • creek

rights

  • water

improvements

  • barn
  • farm house
  • garage
  • fencing
  • irrigation system
  • well

Maps

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