Tipton, Tulare County, California, 93272, United States
This opportunity is 685.67 +/- acres on nine parcels with 425.5 net acres of almonds, and approximately 230 acres of open land that consists of 35 acres of alfalfa, 68 acres of oats, 80 acres of 3-way and a 45 acre sand pit. The property has multiple water sources; 6 irrigation wells, and surface water through Lower Tule River Irrigation District. This ranch offers long term sustainable income and potential tax benefits.
Parcel Numbers:Tulare County APNs 300-130-002, 015, 016, 025 & 300- 080-021, 022 & 300-140-001, 002, and 020
Crops:Approximately, 294 acres of high yielding almonds (spaced at 22 x 16), and 131.5 acres of young almonds (spaced at 22 x 14). The almonds are 50% Nonpareil, 25% Monterey, and 25% Wood Colony, (see ranch map), and the historic production is on page 8. There are 230 acres of open land that consists of approximately 35 acres of alfalfa, 68 acres of oats, 80 acres of 3-way forage and a 45 acre sand pit.
Soil:According to USDA California Revised Storie Index, Class 1 soils.
Water & Irrigation:This entire ranch lies within the boundaries of and receives surface water from Lower Tule River Irrigation District. The almonds are irrigated with the wells and District water from canal lift pumps, reservoirs, booster pumps, filter stations and fan jet systems. The alfalfa is flood irrigated with well water and district water.