Nance Co WRP
Nance County, Nebraska. +/- 158 acres WRP ground, seeded with Native Grass.
+/- 158 acres WRP land planted to Native Grasses. Property also has numerous potholes, that either hold water or can be pumped with the wells on the South property line.
Section 28 Twn 16 Rng 4W
PI # 120019300
Still looking for that "PERFECT" hunting spot, but land prices have increased to an unattainable level.The answer is purchasing land enrolled in the Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP).This 160 Acres of "Chest High" cover is loaded with wildlife and priced at $1,200 / acre.The property was just enrolled in the WRP Program last year. They planted all the Native Grass and need to get the base established before they can do a Compatible Use Plan, that would allow for income potential. (Haying, grazing, pit blinds and pumping.)
- Viewing the ground for the first time, we got up Pheasants and a covey of quail.Owner has seen numerous grouse, plus the partridges, they are trying to reintroduced into the area.I have never seen land that holds 4 species of game birds, ever.Drove down the road to the west 1/4 mile, there's 8 turkeys.
Deer hunting is excellent on the property. The owner and his family have taken good Whitetails ever year. The occasional Mule Deer will also show up, as they migrate from the Sand Hills, just a couple of miles to the Northwest.
"If you build it, they will come." The Potholes were put in by the NRCS. There are 7 or 8 man-made depressions, through out the land.
The property has 4 wells on the South boundary with an 8" pipe laid under ground to the pivot pad in the center of the field.
Property is located 3 miles South of the Loop River and 7 miles North of the Platte River. Directly South of the area is the Rain Water Basin Area.
Owner said millions of snow geese migrate through the area.
Estimated Income: (Call Agent for Details)
Taxes: $1,845/year (2016)