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A sizable holding of 392 acres of prime irrigated cropland in Northern Utah is available for the first time since 1933.  Because of estate planning needs and health concerns the Zundel Family has decided to sell.


This fertile land is irrigated by strong water rights in the Bear River Canal Company which has long been considered a premier provider of water from the reliable Bear River Watershed.


The soils are some of the best in the area – Class I and II – with production averages per acres of about 6.00 tons on alfalfa, 27.00 tons on silage corn, and 110 bushels on barley.


Water costs are about $35.00 per acre annually – $20.00 for annual O&M assessment and $15.00 for pressure pumps out of the canal – no deep wells.


In the past decade, irrigated farm land in northern Box Elder County – especially with the water rights previously described – has been deemed as one of the safest land investments in the entire Mountain West.


Many sales at $8,500 to $12,500 per irrigated acre have been closed.  Smaller five to ten-acre parcels for residential and equestrian uses are bringing $15,000 to $30,000 per acre.


Cash land rents of $200.00 per acre are not uncommon.  Given the right circumstances, a lease-back by a younger member of the Zundel Family on the cropland is a possibility.


This extraordinary opportunity to own significant acreage with unusual operational scale is offered at $3,690,000 Cash.


This choice farmland is also available as follows:

  •   90 Acres     $  832,500
  •   66 Acres          627,000
  •   80 Acres          740,000
  •   29 Acres          348,000
  • 127 Acres        1,143,000