Bridgeland, UT 84021
Owners states with the production potential this should well pay for itself . It has Pleasant Valley water, which is out of the Duchesne River and Starvation Reservoir, which is some of the most dependable water source in the State of Utah. There is also the Antelope Creek water that goes with the farm. The hay ground is all under wheel lines. This farm has a nice setting in the Antelope Canyon. The access is all paved roads and only 1 1/2 mile from Hwy 40. The seller has top line equipment for the farm and hay production and it is all available to purchase with the farm. He has been putting up small bails with a binding machine, which creates a hay market, that makes the hay bring in top dollar. There is 130 shares of Pleasant Valley water and the owner believes he also has irrigation water out of Antelope Creek.
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Acreage: 203.7000 Acres
Description See Remarks, Terrain: Flat
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Water: Pleasant Valley water (from Duchesne River and Starvation Reservoir
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