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Land for sale in Capay California

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$7,000,000 317.7 acres
9437 County Rd 85, Capay, CA 95607 - Yolo County

Golden S Ranch

Golden S Orchard has loads of opportunities!   317 acres just outside Capay, CA in Yolo County.  101 acres of 1-3 year old Pistachio trees and 200 acres of plantable orchard ground with mostly Class 2 soil.  The ranch has three wells, 2000 gpm, 1100 gpm and 450 gpm and three newer big metal buildings. Please see our  prospectus for all the details and watch the video of the farm. Highlights: 317.7 acres  zoned Agricultural Preserve 101 acres of Pistachio’s 45 acres of 3 year olds 24 acres of 2 year olds 32 acres of 1 year olds 200 +/- acres plantable to Almond or Pistachio’s  previous crops included:    Broccoli, Corn, Sweet Corn, Sunflower, Wheat, Onions, Bell Peppers and grass 3 newer metal barns and 3 well In the William
Todd Renfrew California Outdoor Properties
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$1,395,000 57 acres
Capay, CA 95963 - Glenn County

57 Acre High Yielding Prune Orchard

Location: The property is located on the northeast corner of Wyo Avenue and Capay Road (6th Ave) near the little town of Capay, California and can be easily accessed through the main entrance located on Capay Road (6th Ave). The address of the property is 4686 6th Ave, Orland, CA 95963. Legal:The property is made up of one (1) parcel that totals 57.65 assessed acres and is further described as Glenn County Assessor Parcel Number: 037-170-003-000 Use: Approximately 47 /- acres of the property is planted to a high yielding prune orchard. 38 /- acres are fully mature producing prunes and 9 /- acres will be 5th leaf this year. There is also 5 acres /- of open ground and a 1,526 square foot home located on the property. Soils
Cornerstone Land Company Cornerstone Land Company
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$4,250,000 206 acres
Capay, CA 95607 - Yolo County

Orchard Development Land

206 acres of irrigated cropland located within the Hungry Hollow area of Yolo County. The property is served with surface irrigation water from the Yolo County Flood Control District and one on-site agricultural well. Soils are Class I and II, leveled into three fields; good drainage. It is improved with a steel shop at a building site located at the southwest corner of the property (domestic well, power, gravel, mobile home). Historically, the ground has been farmed by the owner to row and field crops. Favorable soils, surface water, groundwater, and good drainage make this a desirable parcel for orchard development, as evidenced by the various adjacent orchards. The property is suitable to most permanent crops grown in the area.
John Brennan Brennan, Jewett & Associates