The 112+ acre Northside Farm is conveniently located alongside a main highway on the north side of town, where the farm takes advantage of the LeClair irrigation district water supplied via gravity fed pipeline from the canal above the property to sprinklers. Currently in alfalfa hay, with about 17 acres of sub-irrigated pasture, it has raised beans, corn, beets, and grain as well.
With no improvements on the property, it does have electricity and a well and several good sites for home and improvements.
With super access and future growth potential from Riverton, this very productive hay farm would make a great year around residence or winter base for a larger operation.
Located 2 miles north of the city of Riverton in central Wyoming, this 112 acre highly productive hay farm is gravity fed and sprinkler irrigated. It is located in the Wind River Valley of Central Wyoming. The city of Riverton is a city of 10,000 people and is an agriculture and energy based economy, boasting a regional airport, hospital, and college and highly rated school system. It is surrounded by the Wind River Range in the Rocky Mountains, with the world renowned Yellowstone Park less than 100 miles away. Elevation is 5000 feet and it sits in the 8-10 inch rainfall zone. Mild winters and dry summers make this area the alfalfa hay center for the country. High mountain snowmelt feeds the irrigation systems that supply water to the many farms in the area. Cattle come from around the state to winter in the area, where one of the largest regional auction markets in the Rocky Mountain Region is located.
Updated on January 18, 2020 at 3:42 pm