Property ID: 1058198 -
Property ID: 1058198
Directions: The Veeman South Platte River Ranch (North) property is located 1 mi NE of Proctor, CO or 3 mi SW of Crook, CO situated between the South Platte River and Hwy #138.
Description: Location: The Veeman South Platte River Ranch (North) property is located 1 mi NE of Proctor, CO or 3 mi SW of Crook, CO situated between the South Platte River and Hwy #138.
Legal: Township 10 North, Range 49 West of the 6th P.M., Logan Cty, CO. Parts of Sections 18 & 19
Township 10 North, Range 50 West of the 6th P.M., Logan Cty, CO. Parts of Sections 23, 24, 25, 26, & 27
Acreage: 414.5 +/- Acres Sub-Irrigated Pasture
296.0 +/- Acres Pivot Irrigated
130.0 +/- Acres Grass, Corners & Roads
175.5 +/- Acres South Platte Riverbottom
1,016.0 +/- Total Acres
Property offers a variety of uses being pivot irrigated crop production; sub-irrigated pasture for livestock grazing; riverbottom duck, goose, turkey, or deer hunting; and/or a combination thereof. Pivot irrigated and sub-irrigated pasture is level terrain. 2 submersible livestock wells used on sub-irrigated pasture.
Irrigation Equipment: 2004 8 tower Valley pivot set at 850 gpm at 40 psi, 2004 6 tower Valley pivot set at 550 gpm at 35 psi; 2004 8 tower Valley pivot set at 850 gpm at 40 psi; 2 30 HP pit pumps & 1 - 20 HP pit pump.
Irrigation Water: All rights to 12 cfs from the Ramsey ditch, designated as Priority No. 19, granted August 3, 1894; Augmentation plan as per Ramsey Ditch Recharge Water Court Case #03CW211; 110 district acres within Iliff Irrigation District; Inclusion within the Lower Logan Well Users; and irrigation well permits #1-25126, #2-3711-F, #3-6801-F, and #4-6802-F adjudicated and decreed in Case #W-3227, Water Court, Water Division I, State of Colorado, on October 16, 1974; The Ramsey Ditch is one of the most SENIOR water rights on the South Platte River with no ditch assessments and the Veeman South Platte River Ranch (North) is the sole owner and user of the ditch. The Ramsey Ditch priority date is prior to the Nebraska Compact with South Reservation Ditch being the only senior ditch downstream to the state line. Well #2-3711 has been abandoned. Wells #3-6801-F and #4-6802-F are valid. There are existing well sites with casing but no motors, pipeline, or power to well sites. The above mentioned 2 wells are covered by Lower Logan Well Users. Currently Seller is paid for augmentation credits from inclusion of the Ramsey Ditch Recharge and Iliff Irrigation District water within the Lower Logan Well Users.
Taxes: 2011 real estate taxes payable in 2012 are: $4,057.90
Iliff Irrigation District assessments: $275.00
FSA Information: FSA bases: 188.6 ac corn w/113 bu yield, 70.1 ac wheat w/50 bu
yield, 12 ac oat w/32 bu yield, and 80.9 ac barley w/63 bu yield.
Mineral Rights: Seller to convey all owned mineral rights
Possession to be negotiated depending on the time of year the property sells
Growing Crops: 137.7 +/- ac on east pivot currently planted to irrigated wheat, 85.2
+/- ac on middle pivot planted to irrigated pasture & 73.1 +/- ac on
west pivot planted to alfalfa.
Terms: Cash to Seller.
Comments: Call listing office for the detail brochure which includes the following: Ramsey Ditch Decree, Daily and monthly Ramsey Ditch diversion records from 2001 to 2010, expenses for maintaining the sand dam for Ramsey Ditch, augmentation credits from augmentation plan, Irrigation well and augmentation decree, Irrigation equipment installation invoices, and TBD title commitment.
Contact Name: Marc Reck
Phone Number: 970-522-7770
Address1: P.O. Box 407
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