Situated at an elevation of 6,200 feet, the warm summer days and cool summer nights make this area ideal for high alfalfa yields with excellent nutritional value. Alfalfa and Corn Silage are the primary production crops that are grown in the area. Depending upon the market, pinto beans are also grown and support excellent yields.
This 762 acre irrigated farm in the Estancia Valley of central New Mexico has 5 center pivots plus flood ground on 8 corners. Six irrigation wells provide approximately 800 GPM to the 5 pivots. There is a small home and a super shop with enclosed feed storage. The property is accessed from State Road 41 and County Road 7 (potatoe shed rd.)