174.7 Ac. Almonds
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Douglas Phillips
Schuil & Associates

174.7 Ac. Almonds

Road 158, Visalia , California 93292 - Tulare County
$6,446,120 174.76 Acres
Property ID 6298440



+/-174.76 Assessed Acres

Plantings: Fully planted to almonds, 50% Butte and 50% Padre varieties, planted 2006 and 2007.


(4) ag wells (one new in 2016)

30 shares of Fleming Ditch Company stock ($135/share annual assessment)

SGMA: The Sustainable Ground Water Management Act (SGMA) passed in 2014 requiring groundwater basins to be sustainable by 2040. SGMA requires a Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) by 2020. Said plans may limit the amount of well water that may be pumped. The subject property is in the San Joaquin Valley Kaweah sub basin and and the Greater Kaweah Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA)

APN: Tulare County APNs 103-050-032; 103-060-003, 006, 021, 022, 024, and 025.

Remarks: Location, location, location- one of the best farming areas around. This fully producing almond ranch is known for its quality soil and water conditions. Close proximity to the St. Johns River and Kaweah River provide excellent groundwater. Shares in Fleming Ditch Company allow for use of additional surface water. Cultural costs incurred towards 2019 almond crop are to be reimbursed.


Location: Southeast corner of Rd. 158 and Houston Ave. (Ave. 308). A small portion of the property lies north of Houston Ave. Northeast of Visalia in Tulare County, CA


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