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Offered For Sale
STATE OF ARIZONA AGRICULTURAL LEASEHOLD INTEREST
2,160± Cropland Acres/3,075.22± Gross Acres
Yuma Mesa, Yuma County, Arizona
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View of cattle grazing on Coastal Bermuda pasture
View of the shop/equipment shed
View of Cavco home
View of the pivot on the Rositas - Ligurta Complex soil.
View of the pivot on Rositas Sand soil.
View of the Sun Villa home.
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location in Arizona
The offered property is located south of County 19th Street, between the Avenue A and Avenue 4E alignments,
approximately 15 miles south of the City of Yuma, on the Yuma Mesa, Yuma County, Arizona. From the I-8 – Avenue 3E
Interchange, proceed south 9.25 miles to County 19th Street, then proceed south another 1.75 miles to the property.
The property has access from County 19th Street south via the Avenue 1E and 3E road alignments.
Both roadways are dirt gravel roadways.
2,160± cropland acres under 18 center pivots, and 915.22 acres of roads, well sites, pivot corners
and undeveloped desert. The land is leased from the State of Arizona for a 10 year term. The existing and prior tenants
have successfully renewed these leases when the term expired in the past. The tenant owns the tenant improvements.
$96,500 (est. for 2010), paid annually to the Arizona State Land Department. This amounts to
approximately $44.70 per cropland acre.
Yuma County Rural Area – 10 acre minimum, (RA-10), residential/agricultural zoning district. Per the
requirements under Arizona Revised Statute 28-8482 and 28-8483, the property is located in the vicinity of the Yuma
Marine Corps Air Station. Northern portions of the property lying south of County 19th Street are located in identified 65
to 80 dcb noise corridors, but are outside of all identified Accident Potential Zones and Crash Zones.
Per FEMA Flood Map #040099C, Panel 1050C, dated 11/15/1985, the leasehold property is located in a
Zone B area, an area outside of the 100 year flood hazards.
18 T&L center pivots, installed in 1999 to 2003. All are eight spans with 20’ to 30’ end booms. 13
irrigation wells with a combination of natural gas and diesel engines, or electric motors. The wells are 200 to 400 feet
deep, lift is 150 to 300’. Some pivots are irrigated from one irrigation well only, others are connected to a manifold
system. Underground pipelines are 10” and 12” PVC.
Per the USDA/NRCS, Yuma Soil Survey, Portions of Yuma County, the property has approximately 10 pivots that
are a Rositas Sand, irrigated capability Class IVs-7, and approximately 8 pivots are a Rositas – Ligurta Complex, irrigated
capability Class IVs-7.
The farm has been utilized for the application of bio-solids.
USDA/FSA Bases and Acres: Per the Yuma County FSA Office, the cropland acres are estimated at 2,160± acres, or
approximately 120± acres per pivot. Crop Commodity Bases are negligible. The property has a history of primarily
alfalfa hay, Sudan hay, barley and wheat, with some potatoes, cotton and coastal Bermuda.
The following utilities are available to the property:
• Telephone: Qwest and numerous cell carriers.
• Electric: Arizona Public Service.
• Water: Domestic wells are permitted.
• Natural Gas: Southwest Gas, and various bottled gas suppliers.
• Sewage: Individual septic tanks.
• Television: Antennae or various satellite services.
$3,564,000, or $1,650 per cropland acre.
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for sale exclusively by:
Charles Havranek, Salesman
Headquarters West, Ltd.
810 N. Second Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004-2016
Tel: (602) 258-1647, Fax: (602) 340-0927, Cell: (602) 377-7083
Disclaimer: This information was
obtained from sources deemed to be reliable but is not guaranteed
by the Broker. Prospective buyers should check all the facts to their
satisfaction. The property is subject to prior sale, price change,