Pease Farm Stable

180 acres

Property Owner:

Farmer or farm family

Contact Name:

Sarah Seidman

Property Location:

307 Culver Hill Rd, Middlesex, Vermont
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The Land

Total number of acres available with this property:

180.0

Total acres available for agriculture:

70.0

Acres of forested land:

110.0

Acres of cropland or tillable land:

40.0

Acres of pasture:

30.0

Other open and/or non-farmable land:

About 10-15 acres tillable (corn was last crop)

Quality of land:

We will be certified organic in 2018. Lots of road frontage, six miles from Montpelier (1.5 miles to paved state highway), no wetlands. All land in Current Use program with newly updated forestry plan. We produce 5,000 +/- bales hay per year. About 30 acres of the open land is 14B-Colonel fine sandy loam with 3-8 % slope. Other soils include Cabot, Berkshire, Tunbridge-Lyman and Peru.

Farm Information

Water sources present:

None available

Water sources details:

Drilled well currently supports 16 horses and dwelling, has supported up to 30 cows

Barns and sheds:

Available

Farmer housing:

Available

Farmer housing details:

Completely renovated farmhouse, first floor 2Br one bath, with apartment upstairs, 2 BR two bath.

Equipment and machinery:

Available

Equipment and machinery details:

To be negotiated. Mowing equipment, liquid fertilizer sprayer, 1250 JD tractor, manure spreader, more, all in good working condition

Farm infrastructure details:

Large barn with hayloft, pegged, circa 1860s, new asphalt roof within last five years. 76'x160' Coverall indoor arena with two-story 16x16 viewing area. Small heifer barn, large three-sided machine shed.

Tenure Arrangement

Tenure arrangement:

Property for rent

Other

Property for rent:

We are interested in discussing a lease or lease-to-own proposal and would entertain other options such as an initial work-in arrangement

Additional Information

Check out our website at www. peasefarmstable.com,  also the therapeutic riding program currently operating at the farm, www.vhat.org for pictures and more details.

 This farm has had only four owners since the early 1800s.  We are looking for the right someone who wants to put down roots and carry on the tradition of stewardship for this beautiful property that has enriched our lives.