Irrigated and dryland farmland in Hockley County, Texas just northwest of Levelland. The property consists of five separate farms, all located within a 3.5 mile radius and easily accessible by paved or well maintained gravel roads. Four of the farms are currently under irrigation and one is being dryland farmed. Soils across all the farms consist of a mixture of Amarillo Fine Sandy Loam and Pep Loam and are currently planted to cotton. There are seven irrigation wells currently in use across the farms, with a mixture of natural gas and electric power sources. Bid on any individual farm or combination or farms that best fit your needs!
• 658+/- Acres offered in 5 Tracts • 5 Separate Farms Irrigated & Dryland • Easily Accessible • Four Irrigated Farms • One Dryland Farm • Currently Planted to Cotton • 7 Irrigation Wells
Open House / Inspection Dates
Wednesday, September 14th from 9-11 AM
Monday, October 3rd from 4-6 PM
Meet a Schrader Representative at Mallet Event Center for Auction & Property Details
Mallet Event Center, 2320 US-385, Levelland, TX 79336
From the intersection of Hwy 114 and Hwy 385, travel south on 385 for approximately 3 miles and the auction site will be on your right.
Tract 1: 191± ac total acres with 141+/- wet acres, consisting of Amarillo Fine Sandy Loam soils. There are two irrigation wells on this tract, both powered by natural gas and tied together with underground piping. Valley 6000 center-pivot system is owned my Seller and will convey with Tract One.
Tract 2: 112± ac total acres with 90+/- wet acres currently under pivot. This farm consists of Pep Loam and Amarillo Fine Sandy Loam an d has two irrigation wells equipped with electric submersible pumps that are tied together with underground piping. The center pivot on Tract Two is owned by Tenant and will not convey with farm.
Tract 3: 111± ac total acres with 95+/- wet acres currently under pivot. This farm consists of Amarillo Fine Sandy Loam and Pep Loam and has two irrigation wells equipped with electric submersible pumps that are tied together with underground piping. The center picot on Tract Three is owned by Tenant and will not convey with farm.
Tract 4: 96± ac total acres with approximately 80 acres being irrigated with a drip system. This farm consists of Pep Loam and Amarillo Fine Sandy Loam and has one irrigation well with an electric submersible pump with underground piping running to the approximate center of the farm. Any drip irrigation equipment owned by Tenant will not convey with farm.
Tract 5: 148± ac acres of Amarillo Fine Sandy Loam and Pep Loam soils. This tract is currently being dryland farmed and has a gently sloping topography. There is an irrigation well that exists on the tract; however, the well has not been in use for several years due to a lodged submersible pump in the casing and will need re-worked.