The Watkins Farm is just 4 miles North of Thermopolis on Highway 20 North. With highway access, reliable irrigation and close proximity to Thermopolis, this farm is situated perfectly for a family farm or ranch base.
Size and Description
176+- acres with irrigated pasture, hay ground, and dryland pasture less than 5 minutes from town. Approximately 100 acres currently under gravity irrigation through poly pipe and concrete ditch, has historically been in alfalfa/grass hay production. The soils are suitable for all crops compatible with the climate. Irrigation water is reliable. A well on site provides water for livestock and domestic use, and city water is available if desired. Improvements include an 1100sq’home and a mobile home, shops, barns, and livestock corrals. Includes a meat processing facility with coolers. This family farm is ideally located for an agriculture based business.
This area known as the Lucerne Valley is a productive agriculture zone that is under the Lucerne and Owl Creek Irrigation District with water sourced from the Bighorn River. Limited available land and growing subdivisions have made farms of this nature difficult to obtain.
There are approximately 110 shares of water under the Lucerne Irrigation District and water is supplied through a headgate on the canal system that goes through the farm. Water is delivered through an open ditch and gated pipe.
Assessments for the irrigation district are through the Lucerne District and the Owl Creek District annually.
Updated on October 25, 2020 at 11:20 pm