6070 8th St SW, Deming, New Mexico, 88030
This well-improved farm with +/-362 acres of established water rights is nestled amongst the heart of chile, hay, onion, cotton and pecan country. The farm has seen a wide array of harvests including melons and wheat, chile, cotton, corn silage, alfalfa, winter squash, onions and more. The headquarters is surrounded by large shade trees and sits next to a beautiful duck and fishing pond. The orientation of the shop and barns is laid out very well and the buildings are in good condition.
This fabulous property also has a +/-3900 SF canopy structure, +/-140 SF storage building and a +/-650 SF storage building. There is no shortage of space for storing equipment, supplies and fresh cut hay.
The farm has a drip system complete with filtration system. The farm has approximately 4.3 acres of pecan trees that create a visual barrier for the headquarters from 8th St. There are six wells on the farm, of which 5 are in use. Two of the wells are natural gas, one has gas stubbed close by. The well at the house is an electric submersible and the remainder are electric turbine. The well pumps are set at approximately 280'-380' deep. The wells produce over 1500 gallons per minute. The filter system has sand media filters and a booster pump. The drip system is set up on 18-acre sections and one can irrigate two sections at a time. There are a total of 22 valves. The owner has been rotating chile throughout the farm on a four-year cycle with the other above-mentioned crops. This farm is very organized and is efficiently laid out. The selleres may consider selling their adjacent beautiful custom home on +/-1.056 AC. The home is not currently included in listing.