||Sudan, Lamb County and Muleshoe
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||Lubbock Texas and Clovis New Mexico
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||Located on the SW side of US 84 that has good access with no median for both SE and NW traffic.
||The Sudan, TX facility is located on a 31+/- acre sight and consist of two office facilities with truck scales and cleaning facilities, packaging and storage area, and area for fumigation of peas for storage. This facility has 7 unloading pits for trucks with conveyor systems to transfer to large totes along with 5 grain cleaners that can be used to clean a variety of small grains including but not limited to peas, beans, and wheat. One of the barns on the Sudan site is completely insulated with spray foam and has an internal office structure as well. All building have solid concrete floors and overhead roll-up doors.
There are also three other sites located in Sudan that are included in this listing as they were owned by the company, but were not used in operation of the Pea and Bean business other than storage. Owner will consider stand alone offers on each of this properties, more details available on request.
||Area is diverse area suited to grow cotton, coarse grains, seed grains, and peas. Producers in the area have a history of growing Black-Eyed Peas as part of their crop rotation plan along with some producers that will plant Peas as a back-up crop in the event they lose their primary crop early in the growing season.
LAMB COUNTY. Lamb County is on the southern edge of the Panhandle, in the South Plains portion of the state, bordered on the east by Hale County, on the south by Hockley County, on the west by Bailey County, and on the north by Castro and Parmer counties. The center of the county is located at 34°02' north latitude and 102°20' west longitude. The entire county is atop the high plains. Littlefield, the county seat, is in the southern part of the county on U.S. Highway 84, forty miles northwest of Lubbock. The county was named for George A. Lamb. It occupies 1,022 square miles of level plains dotted with playas and a few low hills. Soils range from sandy to brown and support a variety of agricultural crops, including grain sorghum, cotton, corn, wheat, and soybeans. A relatively small amount of oil production occurs in the southern part of the county. The major physical features of the county are the dry bed of the North Fork of the Double Mountain Fork of the Brazos River, also known as Blackwater Draw, and a range of low-lying sand hills roughly following the course of Blackwater Draw as it meanders southeast across the northern section of the county. Two other tributaries of the Brazos, Running Water Creek and Yellow House River, also traverse the county. Four small lakes are found in the western half of the county: Soda Lake in the northwest and Bull Lake, Illusion Lake, and Yellow Lake in the southwest. Elevations in Lamb County range from 3,400 to 3,800 feet above sea level. Annual precipitation averages 18.04 inches per year, and the growing season lasts 194 days. Temperatures range between an average minimum temperature of 24° F in January and an average maximum of 93° in July. Source-https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/hcl02
||ICM structures all freespan with no poles at Sudan site.
Additional Sudan Sites are Cinder Block Metal Roof Quonset, Mixed Construction older barns and storage in downtown Sudan
||A1300 COLLINGSWORTH CSL, LEAGUE 223, TRACT OUT OF LABOR 18, ACRES 3.7,
A1300 COLLINGSWORTH CSL, LEAGUE 223, TRACT OUT OF LABOR 18, ACRES 20.937
ORIGINAL TOWN - SUDAN, BLOCK B, E/2 LOT 1 & ALL LOTS 2-7
A1300 COLLINGSWORTH CSL, TRACT 200'X100' OUT OF LABOR 22, LEAGUE 223 (Quonset),
NW OF & ADJACENT TO LOT 1 BLK B, ORIGINAL TOWN, SUDAN, INSIDE CITYA1300 (Grain Elevator),
A1300 COLLINGSWORTH CSL, LEAGUE 224, TRACT OUT OF LABOR 1, ACRES 0.6 (Café)
ORIGINAL TOWN - SUDAN, BLOCK 18, LOT 13-18 (Old Chevrolet)
ORIGINAL TOWN - SUDAN, BLOCK 18, LOT 7-12 (Midtown Shop)