Nature of Opportunity: 179.01 Acres of Class 1 San Joaquin Valley Farmland composed of Kimberline fine sandy loam and Milham sandy loam soils both considered excellent farmland if irrigated. In addition, this parcel has a developed mining site along its back north west corner. Electrical power lines run parallel with its extensive Highway 46 frontage. Currently Bearded Barley is dryland farmed on most of the parcel's acreage while the remaining land is used for cattle production and sheep grazing. The entire parcel is cross fenced with gates. Agricultural development calls for the drilling of an agricultural well, the analysis (ECw) of the water lifted and the planting of appropriate crops based on said analysis. USDA Hardiness Zone 9 for Plants and Trees in California. Area farms grow Almonds, Pistachios, Figs and Pomegranates. This is an excellent opportunity for a smart investor.