Crookston, Nebraska (Cherry)
The Crookston Ranch property, which consists of 724+/- acres of creek bottoms, grassland and sub-irrigated meadow, sets 12 miles west of Valentine, Nebraska. The property has excellent access just off Highway 20 and is also bordered by a county road. The Minnechaduza Creek, which was given its name by American Indians and means “murmuring water”, meanders through the property for over a mile providing water along with an electric well. The creek bottom consists of 90+/- acres of shrubs, trees and sub-irrigated meadow. The meadow was hayed years ago, but has been grazed in recent years. The creek bottom gives way to nearly flat to slightly rolling grassland. On the north half of the property, the land overlooks the creek bottom and transitions from elevated hard grassland to the low lying and gently rolling flats. The elevated grassland and flats are separated with numerous draws and rock outcroppings. The property also provides good opportunity for hunting and other recreational activities, as well as the possibility to start or expand your own ranch. This is a unique property with all of its outstanding attributes.