California's Central Valley Farms
The Central Valley of California is known for it's fertile soil and Mediterranean climate, that make it suitable for a diverse variety of valuable crops. The Central Valley of California is, one of if not, the most productive agricultural region in the world. Hoekstra & Associates real estate professionals know the Central Valley and specialize in helping their clients find the right property. We have a number of properties available on this website and we work with other professional agricultural real estate brokers to find properties that are not listed on our site. Call us today or send us a text or email if you're looking to buy or sell agricultural real estate. We can start looking for the right property or buyer for your property.
Below are some examples of the types of properties we work with.
Tree nuts - almonds, pistachios, walnuts, pecans
Livestock - dairy farms, poultry and egg ranches, feedlots, cattle ranches
Vineyards - table grapes, wine grapes, raisin grapes
Fruit trees - apples, peaches, apricots, nectarines, pomegranates, pears, cherries, plums, pluots
Citrus - oranges, lemons, mandarins, tangerines
Row crops - cotton, tomatoes, potatoes, melons, vegetables
Field crops - alfalfa, corn, wheat, feed crops
Specialty crops - olives, organic row crops, organic tree crops
54.66 Acre Pistachios, SW Fresno Co.
Location - The subject property is adjacent to the East side of I-5, approximately ½ mile north of the Lassen Ave exit and ½ mile west of Lassen Ave. (11 miles north of Kettleman City & 13 miles south of Harris Ranch Restaurant)
Water - This ranch has a deep well with a 250 HP electric motor that pumps approximately 600 GPM. The ranch also has a District outlet and receives Priority 3 water from Westlands Water District. The trees are irrigated by the well or district outlet, through the sand media filters and a single line drip.
Asking Price - $2,100,000 ($38,419 per acre)
78.13 Acre Open Land, Stratford
Location - 19409 22nd Ave, Stratford, CA 93266, Kings County. Subject property is the approximately; 78.13 acres of open land North of Highway 41 on the West side of 22nd Ave.
Water - This ranch is located in the Empire Water District, and is located entirely in the Kings River Service Area and has a contract to receive State Water (Empire Water District has 3000 AF of State Water Contract)
Asking Price - $1,015,690 ($13,000 per acre)
104.84 Acre Mature Pistachios, Kern
Location - The subject property is located on the North side of Kimberlina Rd, approximately 1 mile east of Highway 99.
Water - This ranch has a deep well with a 150 HP VFD that pumps approximately 780 GPM. The ranch also has a District outlet and receives non-contract water from Cawelo Water District as it is available. The trees are irrigated through the sand media filters and a single line drip with 3 - 1 GPH emitters per tree.
Asking Price - $4,088,760 ($39,000 per acre)
136.25 Acre Highway 58 Ranch, Kern
Location - The subject property is adjacent to the North side of Highway 58, on the East side of Brandt Rd, approximately 1 mile east of I-5.
Water - This ranch has a deep well with a 150 HP electric motor that pumps approximately 1800 GPM. The alfalfa is irrigated through flood irrigation.
Asking Price - $3,000,000 ($22,018 per acre)
516.64 Acres Row Crop, Kings Co.
Location - 20131 22nd Ave, Stratford, CA 93266, Kings County. Subject property is the approximately; 396.64 acres of pima cotton and wheat, on the South side of Laurel Ave. and East side of 22nd Ave., and 120 acres of open land between Laurel Ave and Lansing Ave on the West side of 18th Ave.
Water - 396.64 acres are in Empire Water District, and the Kings River Service Area and has a contract to receive State Water. Also, 120 acres in the Jacobs Irrigation District. The seller has 100 shares of Lemoore Canal Stock included in the sale.
Asking Price - $8,500,000 ($16,452 per acre)
516.77 Acres Dairy & farm, Tulare Co.
Location - The subject property 21346 Rd 140, Tulare CA 93274, is located east and west of Rd 140 and south of Ave 216, approximately 4 miles east of Tulare.
Water - The ranch has 3 wells and multiple lift pumps, and surface water is provided by the 80 shares of Bliss water stock. The fields are set up to be flood or furrow irrigated. There are 2 additional wells that are connected to a pressure system for domestic water use.
Asking Price - $11,959,250 ($23,142 per acre)