Smith Farm & Ranch Brochure

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Smith Farm & Ranch 5,048.52 acres, more or less Floyd & Crosby Counties, Texas

We are honored to announce the exclusive listing of the Smith Farm & Ranch located on the Floyd/Crosby County Line, being approximately 7 miles south of Floydada, Texas. It is very seldom that such a large contiguous tract of land is offered for sale in the Floyd or Crosby County area. This property has been operated by the same family for over 40 years and has been extremely well managed throughout the years. From the level Plains native pasture to partially irrigated and dry cropland, the Smith Farm & Ranch offers a unique opportunity to own a quality farming/livestock operation in this area.

Subject to sale, withdrawal or error.

The Smith Farm & Ranch is a contiguous tract of land consisting of 5,048.52 acres, more or less. This property has +/-3,198.52 acres of native pasture, +/-1,135 acres of irrigated cropland and +/-715 acres of dry cropland. The native pasture is level Plains shortgrass country with carefully managed grass turf throughout. The majority of the property has deep fertile soils suitable to be placed in cultivation, if there is interest in expanding the current farming operation.

Subject to sale, withdrawal or error.

A total of approximately 1,850 acres of the Smith Farm & Ranch are in cultivation, with approximately 1,135 acres being irrigated by six (6) center pivots and twenty-one (21) irrigation. The remaining cultivated land is operated on a dryland basis. The terrain throughout this area of the ranch varies from nearly level to very gently sloping, with the primary soil being Pullman clay loam, 0-1% slopes. The grass turf throughout the native pasture is in excellent condition, with very little to no mesquite. The entire ranch has been under a mesquite control program for many years.

Subject to sale, withdrawal or error.

Improvements consist of six (6) center pivot irrigation systems, twenty-one (21) irrigation wells, four (4) livestock wells, a small 40’x30’ house, 40’x80’ steel barn with 40’ lean-to on the north and 20’ lean-to on the south, 8,000 gallon bulk fuel tank, 30 ton bulk feed storage, and two (2) sets of portable panel livestock pens. The ranch is fenced and cross-fenced with the majority of the fencing being in good condition. The following is a list of the center pivots: 

Denning Pivot: 2007 Reinke, 9- tower +/-80 wet acres (windshield wipe rotation), nozzled at 175 gpm.

Barn Pivot: 2006 Reinke, 14-tower +/-400 wet acres, nozzled at 700 gpm.

Swimming Tank Pivot: 2005 Reinke 8-tower, +/-135 wet acres, nozzled at 400 gpm.

Ranch Pivot: 2005 Reinke, 16-tower +/-240 wet acres, (windshield wipe rotation), nozzled at 475 gpm.

Sterile Pivot: 2006 Reinke 9-tower +/-160 wet acres, nozzled at 307 gpm.

320 Pivot: 1994 Reinke 8-tower +/-120 wet acres, nozzled at 185 gpm.

The irrigation wells are equipped with five-15 h.p. electric submersible pumps, eight-20 h.p. electric submersible pumps, seven-30 h.p. electric submersible pumps and one turbine pump powered by natural gas. These wells range in depth from 340 to 380 feet deep. According to the HPUWD, Well #2 is one of their annual observation wells. Based on their 2018 information, this well is 368 feet deep, 282.61 feet to water, leaving a saturated thickness of 85.39 feet. Several of the irrigation wells are tied to a network of underground line that transports water to numerous dirt tanks scattered throughout the native pasture used for watering livestock.

The center pivots and six of the irrigation wells are connected to a Pivot Trac system. This Pivot Tract system allows the owner to remotely monitor the status of the pivots and wells at all times.

Subject to sale, withdrawal or error.



The scenic Blanco Canyon (White River) is the east boundary of the property. Wildlife, such as whitetail deer, mule deer, turkey and hogs will come up out of the canyon and graze on the cropland, offering excellent hunting opportunities. If you are looking for a well managed operation with the combination of productive native pasture and irrigated farmland, this offering deserves your attention. The Smith Farm & Ranch is realistically priced at $995 per acre, with 50% of the minerals owned and 50% of the wind energy royalty rights being conveyed to a buyer. The taxes are +/-$9,100. This ranch is currently under a wind farm lease. The current owners live nearby and farm other property in the immediate area. They have expressed interest in working with the new owner on a custom/lease or management basis. To schedule a showing, or for additional information, please contact Rusty Lawson. Established in 1920, Chas. S. Middleton and Son has been involved in farm and ranch sales and land appraisals for four generations. Based out of Lubbock, Texas, with salesmen in Dallas, Albuquerque, Lampasas, and Silverton, we specialize in farm and ranch real estate. Our firm currently serves Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Oklahoma and Kansas. The firm is owned and operated by Lee Sam Middleton, ARA (Accredited Rural Appraiser).

Rusty Lawson (806) 778-2826

1507 13th Street, Lubbock, Texas 79401 (806) 763-5331

Subject to sale, withdrawal or error.


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