CR 629 and CR 512, Dimmitt, Texas, 79027



* Sold


MLS: 42266-11018

320 Acres



What You Should Know

  • Irrigated Farm Castro County

  • Possible Homestead Site

  • Half Section For Sale Texas

  • Livestock Grazing

  • Irrigated Pivots tied together

  • Great Access with County Roads

  • Row Crop Farm in Sunnyside

  • Recreational Wet Area

Why You'll Love It

Productive Irrigated and Non-Irrigated Farmland with Pivots for Sale close to Dimmitt, Texas

Longtime owned by single family this West Texas Farm has historically produced corn, cotton, wheat and other forages.  This farm is currently farmed by a tenant and is planted in wheat.  This farm make a great addition to landowners portfolio or a great first farm for a person seeking to buy their first piece of land.  The current tenant farming the land would possibly be interested in continuing to rent the farm if buyer needs a tenant.

Location: CR 629 and CR 512, Dimmitt, TX 79027

Centrally located in the Southern High Plains between Amarillo and Lubbock, Texas and Clovis, New Mexico.

Castro County Irrigated Farm close to Springlake, Texas

The farm consists of 320 acres which 240 acres that can be irrigated with 2 pivot irrigation systems which are tied together with underground line. There are three wells which are equipped with submersible pumps and the well depth is estimated to be between 312’ to 327’ to red bed (High Plains Water District Driller Logs). Pivots are currently run one at at time with 3 wells and are currently packaged at 175 gpm tenant has stated late in growing season they were not maintaining prescribed pressure. There is potential room to drill more wells as all of the active wells are located in the North and East portions of the farm.  There is also an old abandoned, (no driller log available) Vertical Turbine Pump on the Western property just off CR 512. 


The majority of the farm is comprised of Estacado Loam soils, but ther is also a fair amount of Acuff and Olton Clay Loam along with few other including Randall Clay in the playa/wet area of the farm on the south boundary. Soil Map details available in MapRight map link below.

Potential Waterfowl and Recreational Hunting in Wet Weather Pond

The seasonal wet area could be further developed as a potential recreational area for water fowl, pheasant and other wildlife.  There are also a couple of large trees that could have recreational potential as well.


There is diverse wildlife in this county with dove, quail, pheasant, sandhill crane, geese, duck, mule deer and whitetail deer.

Cotton, Corn, Sorghum Silage, Grain Sorghum, and Wheat grown in this area

Cotton, Corn, Sorghum Silage, Grain Sorghum, and Wheat are crops that are grown in the area, the area has high density of commercial cattle feeding operations and commercial dairies that could possibly offer markets for forage production.  Black-eyed Peas have also been grown in the area and there are a few local markets to market these crops as well.

Possible Livestock Grazing Use

Area has great deal of acreage that is being put back into permanent grazing operations and being fenced for Cattle, Goats and Sheep.

Mineral Info

The owners have owned farm for several decades and believe that they hold some mineral interest but have not verified, they intend to reserve half of existing mineral interest.

Wind Royalties

The owners intend to reserve half of existing commercial wind production royalties.

First Right of Refusal to Tenant

Acceptance of offers by Owner is subject to a First Right of Refusal extended to tenant by seller.  Contact Listing Broker for more information.

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Where You'll Find It

  • Street Address: CR 629 and CR 512
  • City: Dimmitt
  • State: Texas
  • County: Castro

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