Land in Nevada with Water Rights, Irrigated Nevada Farm and Ranch Land


Irrigated Land in Nevada with Water Rights

The issues of population growth,  the future world shortages of food and water are not going away just because much of the worlds population chooses to ignore the facts. They actually think their food comes from the grocery store.

Technology and genetics have and will continue to improve production. Technology is making huge contributions to irrigation efficiency, and will continue to improve. This aspect requires farmers to upgrade equipment. Expensive and for some farmers a nuisance, particularly if they are happy with what they are currently doing.

Seed genetics and plant treatment technology has and will also continue to makes huge strides to add to productivity.

These will not be enough to meet damand. Athough, since 1970, productivity has stayed ahead of demand. This will change in the years to come.

We have a number of properties available for sale with water rights. Some of our properties are located in Southern Nevada.  Water rights are in high demand in Southern Nevada, between Coyote Springs, Toquop, the new power plant, and Las Vegas. Water could get real short in the not to distant future. Science shows the Colorado River is way over drafted and Vegas may have a problem with water shortages. Since Nevada water rights are considered appurtenances to the land, they can be sold with the land.

Here are a few Nevada Farms and Cattle Ranches with Water Rights, and we have more:

This Nevada farm land consists of 1000 acres deeded, plus a 33,979 acres BLM range allotment, the BLM ranger told me on a tour, “this is the finest quality range he manages”.   There are water rights to 13 springs, some on public lands. Two pivots irrigate 220 acres, at 5 tons per season it could produce roughly 1,100  tons of quality alfalfa per season. Current local market prices are around $130 per ton, which generates estimated gross income nearly $143,000  per season.  The 2120 AUM BLM summer range allotment allows for around 250 Head.                http://listings.realbird.com/VirtualTour.aspx?id=D7D5D7D4&rb-brand=1&fid=48063

This Nevada farm land consists of 18 quarter section pivots, 2294 in water righted irrigation land. At 5 tons per season it could produce roughly 11,500 tons of quality alfalfa per season. Current local market prices are around $130 per ton, which generates estimated gross income nearly $1,500.000  per season.             http://listings.realbird.com/VirtualTour.aspx?id=D7D5D7D4&rb-brand=1&fid=20913

This Nevada farm consists of 1920 acres, 1594.5  in water righted irrigation land. At 5 tons per season it could produce roughly 7,972 tons of quality alfalfa per season. Current local market prices are around $130 per ton, which generates estimated gross income nearly $1,364.425  per season.                                  http://listings.realbird.com/VirtualTour.aspx?id=D7D5D7D4&rb-brand=1&fid=36585

This Nevada farm/ranch consists of approximately 520 acres deeded, Southern Nevada Ground water rights. The ranch is productive, raising quality alfalfa, at 5 tons per season it could produce roughly 2,500  tons of quality alfalfa per season. Current local market prices are around $130 per ton, which generates estimated gross income nearly $325,000 per season.  This ranch will be transition land in lifetimes.                     http://www.propertypanorama.com/tour.asp?id=101804

This old homestead “estate sale” Nevada ranch has not been worked much in some years. Consisting of 266 acres, the property has an old well and I have been told functions. Possibly most important is the 821 acre feet of ground water rights. This ranch is located South of Panaca, Nevada, in Lincoln County. These  Southern Nevada ground Water rights have priority dates of 1947.  There are two BLM range leases, Panaca Cattle Company and BuckBoard, roughly 60AUMs.                      http://www.propertypanorama.com/101805 

This a special Nevada ranch with water rights because of the location and lay of the land. The “Flatnose Spring/Deer Lodge Valley offers  620 acres, and approximately 3000 acre feet in certified Southern Nevada ground water rights. Plus Flatnose Spring surface water rights, the spring was measured in 2004 at 1,818 liters per minute. The ranch as a history of producing around 1500 tons per season of quality alfalfa per season. Current local market prices are around $130 per ton, which generates estimated gross income nearly $200,000 per season. The owner has been receiving two depredation Deer tags per year and sells them for $5,000 each, this year he has around 40 applicants, he is considering raising the price for the deer tags.                http://www.propertypanorama.com/101808 

You can own Water Rights in Nevada. The Irrigated Land in Nevada can be leased back to farmer operators and provide return on your investment.

For more information, give Chris a call 435-862-5951

Chris W. Miller
Independence Realty
Las Vegas, NV 89123
435-862-5951
702-733-9337
Land in Nevada

Nevada Ranch Properties

Lincoln County Land Market

Mesquite Market

chris@mesquitemarket.com

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