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$6,200,000
23 Yell Road
Northumberland, NH 03582
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MLS: New England Real Estate network (NEREN)
31,178,506Sq Ft
Est. Mortgage
$32,103/mo

A rare agricultural offering of 715.76 +/- acres with farmstead composing some of the finest soils in the Northeast located in SW Coos County, NH. Excellent opportunity for Biofuel, solar arrays, vegetables, potatoes, or traditional dairy. These stone-free, well-drained soils are primarily classified as Cropland A featuring LCS I & II soils considered remarkably productive. Adding to this, each field may draw up 20,000 gals from the CT river per day for irrigation, and more gallonage is allowed with additional permitting. This property is not eased, allowing the next owner the opportinity to benefit from the sale of development/conservation rights. Large-scale summer ‘17 improvements consisting of removing fence rows/brush, creating/improving farm roads & tile drainage installation have allowed the 2 major fields (156 +/- acres and 447+/- acres) to be easily accessible for efficient planting & harvesting. With approximately 3 miles of Connecticut River frontage, the majority of the cropland consists of Fryeburg very fine sandy loam. Once a large dairy farm but now a heifer facility offers a 597 free-stall barn, one large 2-family farmhouse, a small, modified saltbox home, and several farm support buildings. 2017 production numbers have been indicated as 587+/- acres of corn producing 25.5 tons/acres = 14,968 silage tons. The remaining acres are producing grass at 13 tons per acre.

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