Granger Farm

Fieldton, Texas

Property info

Acreage: 166.1 Acres
Location: Fieldton, Texas
Status: Sold
Price: $406,945


Offered by: Rusty Lawson
Email: [email protected]
Office: (806) 763-5331
Direct: (806) 778-2826


This is a square shaped property, being slightly over .5 of a mile wide from east to west and slightly over .5 of a mile long from north to south. According to the Lamb County Appraisal District, this farm contains 166.1 acres, more or less.

The Granger Farm is located in the north-central portion of Lamb County, being approximately 10.5 miles north and .5 of a mile east of Littlefield, Texas. Access is good, being by graded CR 182 on the north and graded CR 207 on the west.

Legal Description:
Labor 15, League 636, Abstract 1900, SCL, Lamb County, Texas.

2017 Property Taxes:
Approximately $400

Improvements include 118 acres of drip irrigation, two (2) irrigation wells and a network of underground line. The drip irrigation system is approximately 2 years old, with the drip tape being on 40-inch centers. Two (2) additional wells are located on the property that are not operable. The two operable wells have not been test pumped; however, based on the information provided to the broker, these wells pump a combined total of 230 to 240 gallons per minute.

$2,450/acre, surface only (no minerals).

The Granger Farm is a productive Lamb County farm currently in a good state of cultivation. The primary soil type is Amarillo fine sandy loam, which is considered to be one of the most productive soil types in the county. If you are looking for a partially irrigated farm in Lamb County equipped with drip irrigation, this offering should fit your needs. For additional information, please contact Rusty Lawson.

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