It is not difficult to determine the future direction of the value of water in New Mexico. An essential requirement of life coupled with the basic need in agricultural production, water in New Mexico makes the scarcity of this resource an extremely valuable commodity.
Production agriculture is a tough game, but the rewards are substantial. The challenge is to maintain this long term asset in order to take advantage of the appreciation that water rights currently enjoy. The Blue Bell Farm has a proven track record of of production on many fronts that have allowed current ownership to keep it all together. There comes a time with all investments, no matter how productive, to move on. The time is now for the versatile Blue Bell Farm.
Water Rights - 160.7 Acres
Total Acres- 226. Acres
Cultivation- 160. Acres
Irrigation Wells- 2
Domestic Wells- 1
Water quality - Excellent (See attached)
Pivot Sprinklers- 3
The Bluebell is currently being planted in new crop Alfalfa to take advantage of the high demand for the crop. Historically, it has raised sorghum, oats and alfalfa with high yields.
Most recently it has been used as a livestock farm with Bermuda grass pastures supporting hundreds of quality cattle and sheep.
The Blue Bell Farm can be viewed as a versatile agricultural operation with a proven track record.
If you are interested in ownership and have a need for custom farming and care, look no further as that resource is available.
If you want a New Mexico ranch that has the ability to turn on the sprinklers and grow some feed for your cattle without having to own or lease 50,000 acres then look no further.
The Blue Bell Farm is priced to sell at $15,000.00 Per Water right acre…….