Property ID : Bignami
For Sale - Price Reduced $5,262,754 (+/-$19,900 per acre) - Dairy & Dairy Sites, Open & Row Crops
+/-264.46 Acres – Dairy Facility & Open Ground – Orland, CA
940 7th Avenue – Orland, CA. Property is located at the northeast, southeast, and northwest corners of the 7th Avenue and Clark Avenue intersection in Orland, CA.
+/-264.46 Assessed Acres:
- +/-209.46 acres of open farm ground.
- +/-55 acre dairy facility.
- Dairy Facility
The +/-55 acre dairy facility includes a commodity area, feedlot, heifer pens, and calf hutches. The dairy is permitted to milk 1,400 cows. Freestalls accommodate 1,400 cows milking. There is a double – 24 parallel milk barn that house two (2) new +/-6,500 gallon milk tanks. The milk parlor includes a break room/locker room for employees. Additionally, there is an office near the milk barn where all bookkeeping and office tasks are completed.
Property has +/-209.46 acres of open farm ground. (+/-106.96 acres have been laser leveled.)
Parcel 091-190-004 is located in Capay Rancho Water District. The other parcels are not located in any irrigation districts. +/-106.96 acres are flood irrigated and +/-102.50 acres are pivot irrigated. The entire property is part of Tehama County Water Conservations District GSA – Corning.
There are two (2) ranch homes on the property as well as a two (2) bedroom mobile home located next to the calf facility.
Property has provided a professionally performed Waste Management Plan that was submitted to the CA RWQCB on July 1, 2013.
- +/-37.1% Grade 2 – Good – Hillgate loam, 0 to 3 percent slopes.
- +/-22.3% Kimball gravelly loam, 0 to 3 percent slopes.
- +/-15.2% Grade 2 – Good – Corning gravelly loam, 0 to 6 percent slopes, MLRA 17.
- +/-11.5% Grade 1 – Excellent – Arbuckle gravelly loam, 0 to 2 percent slopes, MLRA 17.
- +/-9.1% Altamont clay, terrace, 0 to 3 percent slopes.
- +/-4.8% Grade 2 – Good – Arbuckle gravelly loam, clayey substratum, channeled.
Tehama County APNs: 091-160-010, 091-160-005, and 091-190-004.
- Groundwater Disclosure
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/ .
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