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Land for sale including Hunting Land in Boone Colorado

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$299,000 53.93 acres
TBD East Highway 96, Boone, CO 81025 - Pueblo County

Arkansas Valley Farm

  +/- 53.93 acres of level agricultural land ready for home building, farming, greenhouse, ranching, or livestock grazing.  Located approximately 15 minutes east of Pueblo with driveway access from State Highway 96.  Approximately 40 acres irrigated by gated pipe fed by irrigation well (tested at 1,000 gpm) with timer to allow scheduled watering.  Typical recent irrigation allotment of 25 to 35 acre-feet per season with the potential to purchase additional pumping.  Domestic well drilled (tested at 10 gpm) in close proximity to potential level building sites.  Power runs through the center of the property.   Fully fenced perimeter and 4 subdivided fenced pasture areas.  Bounded by approximately 3,300 feet of the Colorado Canal which provide
Will Norholm Hayden Outdoors
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$850,000 997.58 acres
CR 613, Boone, CO 81025 - Pueblo County

Large Hunting Tract With Mountain Views In Southeast Colorado

A large tract enrolled in CRP, paying $44.36 per acre! Located east of Pueblo and Colorado Springs. Views of the Greenhorn Mountain Range and Pikes Peak from the property. The property would make for a good investment with the income from the CRP contract, plus a little antelope hunting, as I did see some while touring the property.  Property Features: - Located 47 miles northeast of Pueblo, and 63 miles southeast of Colorado Springs - 945.32 acres in the CRP Contract paying $41,933.77 per year, until 2021 - 2017 Property Taxes - $1,304.64 - Antelope hunting
Sloan Smith Whitetail Properties
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$100,000 40 acres
00 Cherry Road, Boone, CO 81025 - Pueblo County

Cherry Road Farm Middle 40

Cherry Road Farm Middle 40 is a 40-acre parcel with valuable irrigation rights. Zoned A-1 (agricultural), the property has no covenants. The property has produced numerous crops over the years, including alfalfa, wheat, millet and, most recently, milo. The farm comes with 44 irrigation shares for Welton Ditch. In addition, a municipal water tap could be pursued by a new owner. The property has a well, permitted in the 1950s, that could be put to use; per the sellers, the well would likely need to be cleaned or re-drilled.  The property is fenced on the west, north and east. Historically, the ground has been leased to a neighboring farmer; a new owner could potentially renew this relationship.  An adjacent 40-acre parcel is available from th
A.J. Mangum Hayden Outdoors