OFF MARKET – Grand Island Gem 304 acres

Description: A classic Sacto. Delta farmland, located along steamboat slough on the fertile lands of Grand Island. A gently sloping prime property with excellent row crop yields. Has excellent permanent crop potential for up to 2/3 of total acres and great row crop and/or specialty crop production. Property comes...

Get Your Plan Together Before Meeting the Banker

One of the most encouraging features of farming is: there’s always next year. Despite challenges in 2019 and 2020, 2021 is fresh, new and full of potential. Don’t be downtrodden after a tough season, look ahead to what the 2021 season can bring by planning today. Take notes from...

SOLD – 251ac 3 Homes on Poverty Rd.

California Delta 251ac property located on Poverty Rd. in Sacramento County; Multiple adjoining parcels Ideal for Delta row crops; tomatoes, wheat, corn, sunflowers, etc. Riparian Water Rights 3 Rental Homes on the property Shops, Garages & More. Contact Ron Stevenson at (530)681-1092....

SOLD – 6.15 Acre Grand Island Estate

This premier Equestrian retreat has it all, updated Victorian 3-story home built in 1900, private boat dock, swimming pool & spa, equestrian riding arena with barn, stalling & grazing area. The home is landscaped and completely fenced with a paved driveway.  Equestrian Retreat Victorian 3 Story Home Built-in 1900 Stalls...

SOLD – 101 N. Front St. Rio Vista Industrial Property for Sale

Description A historical showroom warehouse/ office with a great downtown atmosphere and views of the scenic Sacramento River. Ample street and on-site parking Electrical service has 120-24 Delta, 3-phase, 400 amp Highlights Excellent location showroom windows, water frontage, close to downtown Business District. Has large rolling access doors....

Five Guys: SoCal Farms Goes Big On CBD Hemp

All in on hemp. Ear to the ground in 2011, Don Collins prepared for change as he listened to rumblings of the first genuinely new crop of his 45-year career, eventually handpicking a farming team to move into place when the legal barriers to hemp production toppled. Enter SoCal...

Farmland Values Hold Firm

Land Values Stubbornly Stable as Farmers Keep Buying Despite the fifth year of lower commodity prices and projections for negative profit margins heading into 2019, farmland prices remain stubbornly stable. Farm Credit Services of America, based in Omaha, Nebraska, reported its benchmark farm values down 1.4% in Iowa compared...

How to Start Your Own Vineyard

Who hasn’t secretly (or not so secretly) dreamed of opening their own vineyard? The idea of walking through rows and rows of plump purple grapes sounds heavenly. Plus, all the free wine you can drink! Pour yourself a glass of merlot or chardonnay and let’s learn all about starting...

What’s the Difference Between a Farm and Ranch?

If someone were to ask you the difference between a farm and a ranch, would you be able to tell them? While many people use the terms ranch and farm interchangeably, they actually have some very specific differences. They’re both large lots of land and are tended to by...

Trading in Tile

Farmer Exchanges Drainage Infrastructure for Long-Term Leases Dave Albin has a strong motivation to ensure his family’s six-generation Illinois farm continues for decades to come. In doing so, he tries to make the farm as productive as possible for their operation as well as their landowners. To that end,...