Conveniently located off 170th Ave and 200th St., just minutes from Lake Benton and Ivanhoe, this high producing crop land also provides recreational opportunities, making it ideal for farmers, investors, and outdoor enthusiasts.
This land offers 112.28 quality crop land acres, predominately made up of Class I & II Silty Clay Loam soils with a respectable Productivity Index of 92.5%. According to FSA information, this farm is enrolled in ARC-CO for wheat, corn, and soybeans with 96.9 base acres and a 58.1 acre corn base with a 131bu plc yield, and a 38.8 acre soybean base and a 38bu plc yield. The topography is gently rolling with Norwegian Creek running through for a convenient tile outlet as there is tile installed throughout the property. There is a 1+/- acre tree strip situated on the north side of the quarter and has the potential to be re-established for a building site; furthermore, this property currently offers 3 building eligibilities. The balance of this land is made up of ditches, roads and RIM/CREP recreational land.
Located 5 minutes between both Lake Shaokatan and Lake Benton, as well as other DNR land, the recreational opportunities are abounding. In addition, the CREP / Reinvest in Minnesota (RIM) Easement covers 33.5+/- acres in the center of the property providing abundant nesting habitat and water resources, a haven for wildlife. With the CREP acres and Norwegian Creek running through the property, it is a natural corridor for upland birds and whitetail deer. The high producing soils and recreational opportunities that this property boasts, combined with the convenient access, make this property a rare find. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity and take Advantage today!
Directions: From Ivanhoe: 1/2 mile West on Hwy 19 Blvd, South on Hwy 75 for 8.4 miles, West on 200th St. for 1.5 miles, land starts on the South side of the road.
Directions: From Lake Benton: 4.5 miles North on Hwy 75, West on Co Rd. 13 for 2 miles, North on 170th Ave for ½ mile, land starts on the East side of the road.
Owners: Steven Citterman
This is a cash sale. All property is sold as is. Not responsible for accidents. Seller may elect to conduct a 1031 like kind exchange. Seller would entertain a sale lease back. If you would like to install more tile, as a CWD is completed, it is recommended to contact the NRCS office. See RIM easement for further details. Rural water is near and could be hooked up for an estimated $16,500, for more details call Lincoln Pipestone Rural Water at 507.368.4248. Electricity is also near and could be hooked up for an estimated $1,500, for more details call Lyon Lincoln Electric in Tyler at 507.247.5505. The new MN buffer law calls for a 50’ grass buffer along both sides of any blue line ditch, see the attached map for blue line ditch details. In accordance with the new law, the owner intends to plant the grass this spring.