The entire ranch is 208.43 assessed acres. The acreage breakdown is as follows: 103 acres of orchard area with approximately 90 acres planted to orchard. There is 75 acres of wetland mitigation ground that is under a permanent government easement which can not be farmed or developed. This 75 acres has been developed into a beautiful duck club and can be hunted for waterfowl as the property backs up to the famous Butte Sink hunting area. There is also about 30 acres of jungle that is not farmed but provides good deer, turkey, dove and pheasant hunting.
This is a beautiful almond orchard with good income which will be increasing with the maturing of the young trees in the next few years. Very few almond orchards of this caliber are ever offered for sale in Butte County. This good quality soil with the abundance of high quality water, ensures good future appreciation and income on this orchard in future years.
The 2017 crop proceeds are not included in the sale. The tenant farmer has installed drip irrigation. After harvest this year (2017), the cost of drip irrigation removal would be split by tenant farmer and buyer. If buyer allows the tenant farmer to farm (2018), the cost of the drip irrigation removal is paid for by the tenant farmer. With proper research this ranch might be ideal for a orchard planting or a beautiful home site. There are almonds and walnuts to the north and south of this property.
This is an opportunity to buy a hunting club in the heart of the Lambertville hunting area. Besides great waterfowl hunting, you can hunt dove, turkey, pheasant, quail and deer. The portion of the club not flooded is about twenty-five acres. Current yearly upkeep costs are about $10,000+/-.
This historical club started in the early 1900’s and shoots extremely well. At one time the club had 26 members in 1930 and an old brochure of the property is available for viewing which is quite interesting. The farming income pays for expenses and maintenance each year with any surplus funds saved for future improvements. This farming acreage is quite valuable and the California Club is one of the last great properties in the Butte Sink which has kept a portion of their property in farming. Lastly in addition to ducks and geese, the club has great pheasant, dove, quail, and deer hunting. Please call now to view this exceptional property.
This farm has been leveled into two (2) separate individual fields. This is quality farm land that has excellent soil and water with many farming options. The land is presently farmed into irrigated pasture, although this farmland has the potential to produce top quality yields of any commodity crops grown in the Sacramento Valley, including all fruit or nut orchards.
The Buckhorn Reservoir parcel, if it is developed with hunting blinds, could possibly be very good waterfowl hunting during the fall migration.
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