AgriBusiness Trading Group
Here is a rare opportunity to buy a working, Pacific Northwest grain farm! This dryland wheat and CRP farm lies approximately 7 miles Northwest of Walla Walla, Washington, in South-Central Washington State. The physical address of the farm is on Sudbury Road, Walla Walla, WA 99362.
This asset consists of two tax parcels, and per the Walla Walla County Assessor, there are 888.64 +/- total deeded acres with the Walla Walla County Farm Service Agency showing 874.12 +/- acres as tillable cropland. Currently, approximately 676.82 +/- acres of the tillable ground is cropped in dryland wheat using a summer fallow rotation, meaning a crop is grown every other year on these acres. The FSA shows a PLC yield of 58 bushels per acre for wheat, and actual APH production records show an average annual yield, since 2012, of 73 bushels per acre for winter wheat crops. The farm is currently leased to a nearby, neighboring farmer under a 1/3 – 2/3 crop share lease. Of the total tillable cropland acres, there are 197.3 +/- acres under a current CRP contract through September 30, 2020 with an annual payment of $11,130.00. The CRP acres have successfully been rebid into the program with the Seller still awaiting a farm plan from the NRCS to finalize the new contract.
Elevation of the property runs from approximately 710 feet to 1,100 feet, and annual rainfall for this area averages thirteen to fourteen inches per year, per the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Soils on the property are primarily made up of Ritzville Silt Loam with 8% to 45% slopes throughout. There are no irrigation water rights located on the property or included in the sale.
Per Walla Walla County Assessor Planning Department, the zoning of the property is Primary AG with a 40-acre minimum parcel size. There are no structures included with the sale; however, a home could be built atop one of the many ridges subject to Walla Walla County approval. The property offers panoramic views of the surrounding area and the Blue Mountains to the east and wildlife abounds on the property, including deer and different species of game birds.
The property is accessed via paved and gravel, county maintained roads.
For more information and to request the full information package, please contact Adam C Woiblet.
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