4110, Avenue 236, Tulare County, California, 93274, United States
This opportunity is 375.21 +/- acres on six parcels, with mature producing almonds and pistachios. The property has 2 sources of water; well water and District Water from Tulare Irrigation District. There is a cattle feedlot on the property that currently rents for $4,000/mo. This ranch offers sustainable income and depreciation in a highly desirable irrigation district.
Parcel Numbers:Tulare County APNs 147-050-016, 155-020-003, 155-020-010, 155-020-011, 155-030-015 and 158-040-001
Zoning:AE-40 - Exclusive Agricultural Zone 40 Acre Minimum
Crops:Approximately, 164.5 net acres of pistachios planted at 19’ x 17’ spacing. There are 20 acres of Kerman planted in 1998, 60 acres of Kerman planted in 2002 and 84.5 acres of Golden Hills planted in 2013. There’s also 170 acres of mature almonds, of which 80 acres are Nonpareil and Monterey planted in 2008 at 22’ x 15’ and 90 acres are Nonpareil and Fritz planted in 2013 at 22’ x 16’.
Soil:According to USDA California Revised Storie Index, mostly Grade 1 & 3 soils; see attached soils map for description.
Water & Irrigation:This ranch has deep wells, booster pumps, a filter station and district water to efficiently irrigate the almonds and pistachios through fanjets on the almonds, and dual line drip on the pistachios. Tulare Irrigation District has a contract with the US Bureau of Reclamation for 30,000 AF of Class 1 and up to 141,000 AF of Class 2 water through the Friant-Kern Canal, as well as additional water sources.