Name: Robin Reindle
Phone: (505) 652-0232
Farm: Avalon Rising Regenerative Farm
Address: 3749B Qr #64.5
Tucumcari, New Mexico
Listed with a real estate agent? No
About the farm:
Exciting long-term opportunity for farmer practicing regenerative agriculture principles to live and work on 11 acres of irrigated land in eastern New Mexico (Tucumcari). Community education component required and assistance with development is available.
This home has more than 100 deciduous and conifer trees including more than 30 pecans all on drip irrigation which will make a great start at a food forest. There are two separate fields that can support annual crops and some farm animals for rotational grazing.
Grow starts and extend your season in the hoop house that is already part of the property. The irrigation system is part of the Arch Hurley Conservation District which gets its water from the Canadian River down from Conchas Lake. The home is a very nice and spacious 2400 sq foot 3 bedroom, 2 bath with bonus family room, large laundry room and roomy garage for lots of projects that has a finished attached room. Additional outbuilding could be used for animals but requires some work.
Note: Home is close to train tracks so farmer should be tolerant of the sounds of train. Also, because of draught, the acequias are not flowing this year but the home is on city water and the trees are on drip irrigation so can be watered through the city system as a back-up.
Currently in operation? No (out of operation less than a year)
Type of farming:
Acres: 11 acres. 1/3 tree farm including 300+ trees, 30+ are pecan
Farm structures available? Yes. Large garage, hoop house, and animal structure need work.
Farmhouse available? Yes. Nice home with central air and heat, granite countertops in bathrooms, stainless appliances. Living room and bonus family room for everyone to stretch out. This is a very nice home! There is also a finished room attached to the garage.
Long-Term (5+ Year) Lease
Asking price: $1350 per month plus utilities