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212.3 Acres Almonds – Merced, CA - Merced

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Property ID : Kahal

For Sale $6,899,750 (+/-32,500 per acre) - Nuts, Permanent Planting

+/-212.3 Acres Almonds – Merced, CA

  • Size
  • +/-212.3 Assessed Acres

  • Location
  • 2208 W. Dickenson Ferry Rd. Merced, CA 95341

    Property is located on the northwest corner of Dickenson Ferry Rd. and Thornton Rd.

  • Plantings
  • +/-212.3 Total Acres Planted to Almonds at 14 x 21 spacing. Orchard was planted in November/December of 2019.

    Variety:

    • +/-106 Acres planted to Monterey
    • +/-106 Acres planted to Nonpareil

    Rootstock: Krymsk 86

  • Water
  • Property is located in the highly desirable Merced Irrigation District and has two (2) sources of water. There is one (1) brand new submersible 15HP well. 350gpm @ 100 ft. TDH 80 ft. bowl setting. Non-PC Drip Hose 18mm Double Line Drip. Property has eight (8) sand media filters.

  • Soil
  • Soil reports available upon request.

  • Legal
  • APN: 215-150-013 – Merced County

  • Remarks
  • Incredible opportunity to purchase +/-212.3 acres of young almonds located in the highly desirable Merced Irrigation District. Property has a brand new submersible well and irrigation system. Property can be sold alone or with the +/-167 acres of almonds in Turlock, CA.

    Seller (Kahal Almonds et al) to retain a post-sale farm management contract at market rates and almonds processing agreement.

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Groundwater Disclosure: The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) requires groundwater basins to be sustainable by 2040. SGMA requires a Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) by 2020. Said plans may limit ground water pumping. For more information please visit the SGMA website at www.sgma.water.ca.gov/portal/ .

Agent Rick Schuil

  • Office : 559-734-1700 Ext. 200
  • Mobile : 559-859-4484
  • CalBRE : 00961925

Rick Schuil has been involved in the family real estate business since 1987. Rick graduated from CSU Fresno where he…
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