6644 Waterloo Rd, Deming, New Mexico, 88030
The Waterloo Farm is located south of Deming, NM at the intersection of NM-11 and Waterloo Rd. The farm includes +/-750.79 aces of drip irrigated land, +/- 72 AC of water righted land that is not currently in production, +/-3.58 AC of residential lands and the balance consists of range land. The drip system has 5 filter stations that are in good condition and are contained within good structures. There are a total of 13 wells on the farm, 9 of which are currently in use. 5 of these wells have submersible pumps and 4 wells have turbine shaft pump. 3 are powered by electricity and 1 is powered by a diesel engine. The depths of the wells range from +/-200 ft to +/-750 ft. The drill date of the wells range from 1957-1991. In this area of NM, it is standard to receive 3 AC-FT/AC of land for irrigation. 100 AC of this farm has 4 AC-FT. The farm has been utilized to grow a wide variety of crops. These crops have included beans, onions, watermelon, chile, cotton, alfalfa, corn, and other varieties. The farm is planted in alfalfa, long staple cotton and wheat for forage hay.
The 3 bedroom brick home is +/-2000 SF and has been remodeled. The 2nd home is approximately 2160 SF, is adobe, has been remodeled and contains the farm office. There is a third home that has been partially updated. There is a +/-1,200 SF adobe shop, +/-5,000 SF equipment storage building, +/-900 SF equipment storage building, and a +/-7,000 SF hay storage building. There is a set of corrals on the south end of the property along with a set of five silos for grain storage, equipped with high capacity fans for drying. There are few farms in New Mexico of this size and quality. Whether you are looking to be an owner/operator or a commercial farmer, this farm offers a fantastic canvas for your operation.