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Clay Farm 233

$1,153,350 Clay, TX 233± Deeded Acres

Executive Summary

The deep, productive soils of the Brazos River alluvial plain offer agricultural production and a great investment opportunity to expand your operation or own a great farm with attractive income potential. This farm is solid and well-shaped, with approximately 210 acres historically in corn, cotton, and grain sorghum. Consisting of the most common soils in the bottom, Ships clay, Roetex clay, and Weswood silty clay loam, the farm offers good field structures, drainage, and accessibility.

Just the Facts

  • 233.123 acres per most recent survey
  • Accessed via 3,150± feet of deeded easement
  • No electricity on site
  • Entirely within the Brazos River Flood Plain
  • Historically operated under cash rent
  • Ag exempt

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Acreage (Deeded & Leased)

Deeded Acres: 233±
Total Leased Acres:
Total Acres: 233±

Taxes

Property taxes are estimated at $2,783 based upon past years.

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