Entire 80 Acres of Citrus For Sale ( 74 Water Acres)
-Located in 70-75 DB Noise Zone
-Water: Yuma Mesa Irrigation District Drainage
-Variety: Foothills 2004; 46 acres planted
-Variety: 8A - Volk 1995; 28 acres planted
-Wind machines (8)
Could easily be CERTIFIED ORGANIC
-Arizona State Leasehold Interest - 552 Acres
-Fee Simple Interest - 82.7 Acres
-Large Agricultural Well
-Underground 15" Main Line
-2 New Circular Pivots
AGRICULTURAL LEASE LAND
-10 miles north of dateland, AZ on the dateland road north of Interstate 8.
-The property is on the North side of the railraod. North of Aqua Caliente Dateland Road in Yuma County.
-The 1,525.08 acres of agricultural leases are under lease number 01.101167. This lease matures on Dcember 18, 2025
-Industrial Development under land use plan on portions ±56 acres
-Approx. 1.249 Miles of frontage on Old Highway 80
-Possible railroad spur - Buyer to verify union pacific
-Located ±3.85 miles East of Wellton, AZ
-Serviced by three large industrial wells
-Small mobile home conveying with property as-is
Mesa Date Co. LLC is located in four sperate parcels that make up four farm units.
Coyote Wash - 628 Acres
San Luis Ranch - 62 Acres
Barkley 90 - 87 Acres
Algodones - 50 Acres
Patrick K. Hodges, Jr. obtained a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Plant Science from the University of Arizona in 1985 and began his career as a sales representative at H&H Seed Company, Inc. for Yuma and Imperial Valley. In 1994, Mr. Hodges rose to the level of sales and contract seed production manager for the desert southwest, southern California and Mexico. Thereafter, in 1999, Mr. Hodges became the owner and President of H&H Seed Company, Inc. and Southwest Transplants, a Division of H&H Seed. Throughout his affiliation with H&H Seed, Mr. Hodges cultivated friendly and professional relationships with most of the active farms and their staff in the Yuma and Imperial Valleys and Mexico.
Patrick K. Hodges, Jr. is an Agricultural Land Specialist in both Yuma and Imperial Valley and has spent the last 19 years in the agricultural business in the desert southwest. As a result, Mr. Hodges has a vast knowledge of agricultural land use and maintains a strong relationship with agricultural land owners and buyers alike. Mr. Hodges brings a strong understanding of all aspects of agricultural land uses to the table.
Mr. Hodges, has spent the last 33 years in the production of Agriculture. The past 15 years, Mr. Hodges along with A.T. Pancrazi Real Estate Services, Inc. have brokered agricultural farm land in the desert southwest representing both buyers and sellers alike. He has also been involved in the hands-on Real Estate farm land management for absentee land owners. In addition to farm land leasing and sales, Mr. Hodges has a vast knowledge of agricultural land use to include: soils, water, pump farms out of water districts, production areas, and cultural practices ranging from Coachella, Imperial Valley, and Blythe, California to Texas Hill, Arizona. No farm is too small.
Yuma County is the third largest urban center within Arizona. Yuma is noted for having rich, deep and fertile river bottom soils. We have a 350 day growing season with sunshine 95% of the time. The 175,000 acres are irrigated by the Colorado River. Yuma grows approximately 150 different types of crops and produces over 90% of the leafy greens for the entire nation. Production of leafy greens totaled $3.2 billion in 2016. Crops grown here include the following: Lemons, Tangerines, Dates, Watermelon, Cantaloupes, Winter Vegetables, Pima Cotton, Durum Wheat, Field Corn and Upland Cotton. Yuma County is known for their low desert environment which plays an integral role in food safety.
Vegetables & Melons
All Agricultural Products
Other Crops & Hay
Grains, Oilseeds, Beans, & Peas