• Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
  • Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation
$4,800,000

Highly Improved Cattle & Hay Operation

632 Acres

St. Lucie County, FL

This well planned and very attractive cattle ranch is located a mile from four-lane SR 70, and less than 13 miles from I 95 and the Turnpike in St. Lucie County, Florida.  Designed for the serious cattleman.

The 632 acre ranch is perfect for a purebred operation, heifer development, backgrounding yearlings or intensity rotational cow/calf grazing program. Property is fenced and cross fenced into 24 pastures. All interior fences were built in the past three years.

Fresh clean water is pumped from a 4″ submersible electric pump to 9 concrete water troughs and 9 black poly tanks that are placed in the pastures and lanes. Water troughs are in all but three pastures, plus approximately 8 watering holes are located throughout the ranch.

Fencing is designed for convenient handling of cattle; all pastures and cow pens are connected by lanes. Pastures are of various sizes to accommodate different handling needs. In some cases, four or five small pastures use the same watering and feeding areas by opening and closing of gates in that area.

The cow pens are constructed of all steel 2 inch pipe panels, (no boards to break or rot). A pole shed is constructed over the squeeze chute area, which includes a scale to weigh individual cows or calves.  There is a concrete loading ramp for loading and unloading livestock.

The ranch has an attractive “Old Florida” appearance with oak and cabbage tree hammocks scattered throughout the property, which also provides much needed shade for the cattle. All pastures are planted in various improved pasture grasses. To include 200 acres of Floralta, 40 acres of Kenhy Floralta (developed by the Seminole Tribe), 60 acres of Jiggs Bermuda, 60 acres of Bahia overseeded with Aeschynomene and the balance in Bahia grass.

In the past, some areas of the property were farmed leaving some drainage ditches in place. The Seller went to great expense to clean and restore all the old ditches and laterals to get this property to drain properly. While working on the drainage, about 45 culverts of various sizes were installed, several with risers to better control the water flow and to hold up water during the dry periods. Presently, drainage and irrigation is now well controlled on the ranch. The ranch is bound on the east side by the C-24 canal and on the south side by the C-23 canal, of which the Seller has permits from SFWM to gravity flow water into and out of both canals. In addition, the owner obtained permits to drill seven wells to the Surficial Aquifer for agricultural irrigation of 300 acres with maximum usage of 303.1 million gallons annually.

Other improvements include a 2015 two bedrooms, one bath manufactured home, with a 16′ x 44′ covered porch across the front. In addition, a site built home is already permitted for the property. The 52′ x 60′ equipment barn is pole constructed, with a closed-in 12′ x 30′ tool and parts area. The barn has electricity and water.

The property is being sold as a turn-key operation with all tractors and hay equipment included, all equipment was purchased new between 2015 and 2017. Please call for a complete list.

Must be accompanied by broker or agent to view the property.

Details
  • Price: $4,800,000
  • Property Size: 632 Acres
  • Status:
  • Posted:
    Skills

    Posted on

    April 15, 2020

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R. Mark Crews

Lic. R.E. Broker

P: (863) 634-3257

Over 30 Years Experience in Land & Agriculture

About L. Mark Crews, Lic. Real Estate Broker, Florida and Georgia, Florida Inland Realty