A rare agricultural offering of 1, 464.16+/- acres featuring two separate farmsteads in SW Coos County, NH. 1,090+/- acres of usable cropland with 956+/- of those acres classified as Cropland A featuring LCS I & II soils, considered remarkably productive New England soils. These stone-free, well-drained soils are perfect for growing potatoes, vegetables, and a wide variety of agriculture. Large-scale summer ‘18 land improvements consisting of removing fence rows/brush, creating/improving farm roads & tile drainage installation have allowed the 6 major fields (ranging between 44-447+/- acres) to be easily accessible for efficient planting & harvesting. With approximately nine miles of Connecticut River frontage, the majority of the cropland consists of Fryeburg very fine sandy loam. Once a large dairy farm, the two farmsteads are currently set up as satellite operations supporting a large dairy farm in neighboring Vermont. The main heifer facility (Yell Rd Farmstead) offers a 597 free-stall barn, one large 2-family farmhouse, a small modified saltbox home, and several farm support buildings. All cropland is within a 6-mile radius of this facility. Slightly north, the Gray Mist Farmstead features a 150 free-stall heifer barn, a 100 free-stall heifer shed, a large farmhouse, and several farm support buildings. 2017 production numbers have been indicated as 740+/- acres of corn producing 18,360+/- tons of silage and 320+/- acres of grass producing 4,160+/- tons of silage.
Curtis Trousdale, Preferred Properties.
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Listing information last updated on December 11th, 2018 at 3:22pm EST.