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350 Ac. Kiwis, Open, Packing & Cold Storage - Kings County

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Property ID : Fagundes

For Sale $13,500,000 - Agricultural Facilities, Permanent Planting, Tree Fruit
350 Ac. Print
  • Size
  • +/-350 Acres  –  acreage is subject to change due to parcel splits.

  • Location
  • 8700 Fargo Avenues, Hanford, CA  (Packing Facility)
    East side of Hanford in Kings County.

  • Plantings
  • Organic Kiwi, Kiwi and Open Ground

  • Water
  • Four (4) ground water pumps and well and one (1) lift pump.
    Kings County Water District:  property receives surface water deliveries off of the East Branch of Peoples Ditch.

  • Cold Storage
  • +/-17,000 sq. ft.
    Facility is cooled by circulating ammonia system with two compressors totaling 200HP.  Two of the storage rooms have racks, the shipping room has three loading bays.  Pre-cooler has five cooling tunnels and can also be used as cold storage.

  • Packing House
  • +/-27,500 sq. ft.

  • Office
  • +/-3,600 sq. ft.

  • Solar
  • 356 KW Tracker Solar located south of the cold storage.
    87 KW Fixed Solar located on the eastern 80 acre block.

  • Remarks
  • Seller is in the process if doing a parcel split, acreage is subject to change.

  • Contact
  • Marc Schuil                    Scott Schuil                    Jonathan Verhoeven
    559-280-1750                559-859-9734                 559-707-5658
    CalDRE:  00815172       CalDRE:  01877812       CalDRE:  01966852

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Excellent Grade 1  –  Kimberline fine sandy loam
Excellent Grade 1  –  Nord complex
Excellent Grade 1  –  Nord fine sandy loam
Fair Grade 3  –  Kimberline fine sandy loam

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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 web site at .