Montagne Farm at Hathaway Point

40 acres

Property Owner:

Private non-farming landowner

Contact Name:

Brian Shenkin

Property Location:

Hathaway Point, St. Albans, Vermont
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The Land

Total number of acres available with this property:

40.0

Total acres available for agriculture:

40.0

Acres of forested land:

0.0

Acres of cropland or tillable land:

40.0

Acres of pasture:

40.0

Other open and/or non-farmable land:

40 acres of protected forest/wet land. Approved for hunting.

Quality of land:

Certified organic. 2019 soil analysis results (ppm) from Agricultural & Environmental Testing Laboratory and UVM Extension: Soil pH (2:1, water): 6.07; Macronutrients: Phosphorus (P): 23.75; Potassium (K): 573; Magnesium (Mg): 195; Sulfur (S): 9 Micronutrients: Iron (Fe) 23.20; Mangenese (Mn): 148.6; Boron (B): 0.4; Copper (Cu) 0.25; Zinc (Zn): 6.8; Sodium (Na): 8.0; Aluminum (Al): 24 Soil Organic Matter %: 6.51 Effective CEC, meq/100g: 11.10 Base Saturation % - Calcium : 59.48; Potassium: 10.92; Magnesium: 12.07 Nitrogren (N): 100lbs/acre

Farm Information

Water sources present:

Available

Water sources details:

Permitted to draw from Lake Champlain. Water source available in barn.

Barns and sheds:

Available

Farmer housing:

None available

Equipment and machinery:

None available

Farm infrastructure details:

Butler building clean and available for equipment storage and general use (approx 3,000 sq ft). Barn also on site and suitable for storage.

Tenure Arrangement

Tenure arrangement:

Property for sale

Property for rent

Additional Information

The Montagne farm has been family owned and operated for a number of generations. Beautifully situated on Lake Champlain in St. Albans, the farm spans the width of Hathaway Point with access points in St. Albans Bay and Lapans Bay. 

We are the next generation of owners in the Montagne family open to work with anyone in search of quality farm land - from aspiring farmers to the most experienced. Formerly a thriving dairy farm, the land has recently been moved into the Vermont Land Trust and certified organic. There are 40 acres of high quality crop land and 40 acres of protected forest.