The farm includes a newer 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom 2,023 sq ft. block main residence with a 333 sq. ft. covered porch with numerous outbuildings including a 351 sq. ft Guest/Bunk House; a 650 sq. ft. detached 2 car garage, a 720 sq. ft. detached 2 car garage; a 3,920 sq. ft. Livestock Barn; a 3,337 sq.ft. Livestock Barn; a 1,632 sq.ft Livestock Shed; a 1,488 sq.ft. Livestock Shed; and a 144 sq.ft Livestock Shed.
Irrigation wells provide water for two, newer Zimmatic mini pivots which irrigate 56 acres and flood irrigate 20 acres of cropland.
The farm lies within the boundaries of the Douglas Irrigation Non-expansion Area. New wells can be drilled on existing farm land, however no new farmland can be brought into production.
The native vegetation that covered the farm prior to cultivation consisted mainly of annual and perennial grasses and forbs, with scattered yucca and shrubs such as creosote bush and mesquite. The farm has approximately 56 pivot irrigated crop acres, 20 flood irrigated crop acres, 15 acres in pivot corners, 9 acres of building site and 140 acres of grazing land in its native state.
The Moore Farm is the perfect small family farm for livestock production, hay or cash crops.
|Location||McNeal, Arizona – Cochise County|
|Land Tenure||+/- 240 acres|
|Climate||Average winter low temperatures are 25 degrees and 58 degrees for the high’s. Average summer low temperatures are 63 degrees and 95 degrees for the high’s. Precipitation 30 days a year with and average of 12″ of rainfall and 1″ of snow.|
|Improvements||2,023 sq ft. residence with a 333 sq. ft. covered porch, a 351 sq. ft Guest/Bunk House, a 650 sq. ft. detached 2 car garage, a 720 sq. ft. detached 2 car garage, a 3,920 sq. ft. Livestock Barn, a 3,337 sq.ft. Livestock Barn, a 1,632 sq.ft Livestock Shed, a 1,488 sq.ft. Livestock Shed, a 144 sq.ft Livestock Shed and two Zimmatic mini pivots that irrigate 56 acres.|
|Wells||There are 4 (Non-Exempt) irrigation wells on the property. One well operates two pivots and is equipped and powered by electricity. One well is used to flood irrigate cropland acres. The wells static water levels are approximately 66 feet. Well reports available upon request.|
|Utilities||Electric provided by Sulfur Springs Valley Electric Co-op Telephone provided by Valley Telephone Cooperative|
|Schools||McNeal Elementary School K-8 with 56 students Valley Union High School – Elfrida|
|Taxes & Fees||2016 – $2,329.46|
|Contact||Tamra Kelly (928) 830-9127|