We have available for acquisition a large, high yielding dryland wheat farm. This exclusive opportunity lies near the town of Craigmont, in North Central Idaho. The area’s combination of ideal elevation, high precipitation, gentle slopes, and rich soil makes it a prime location for a premier dryland wheat farm.

This collective farm consists of 19 tax parcels making up 8 separate, but closely situated, high-quality farms that are being sold as a single asset only. Per the Lewis and Idaho County Assessors, there are 1,740.32 +/- total deeded acres included in this farm and per the Farm Service Agency, 1,458.00 of those deeded acres are shown as tillable cropland. All of the parcels lie within the boundaries of the Nez Perce Indian Reservation. All acres located on the tribal ground are owned fee simple and able to be transferred via traditional deed to a new owner.

Elevation of the property runs from approximately 3,100 feet to 3,900 feet and annual rainfall for this area averages 22-25 inches per year, per the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Soils on the property are primarily made up of Uhlorn-Vollmer complex with 8% to 20% slopes throughout. There are no irrigation water rights located on the property or included in the sale.

Per Lewis and Idaho County zoning and development ordinances, the land is zoned for multiple uses including agricultural and residential. There are no structures included with the sale; however, a home could be built subject to Lewis and/or Idaho County approval. 

This farm asset currently has three long-term tenants in place and is being sold subject to a combination of cash rent and crop-share leases.

For more information and to request the full information package, please contact Adam C Woiblet: 509-520-6117 or

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