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300 Acre Lincoln Township Farm

This excellent cropland located in Lincoln Township is well-drained and has productive soils with a PI of 82. The parcel has more than 293 tillable acres and is capable of producing a variety of cash crops.

MapPin Pembina, ND
300 Acres
  • Farmland

Property Description

Excellent cropland for sale that is well drained and has highly productive soils. With a high average productivity index of 82, the parcel has 293.52 tillable acres conducive to growing cash crops such as sugar beets, corn, soybeans, edible beans, wheat, sunflowers, and more. The field has a nice slope to it with 32 feet of drop from the north west boundary to the east boundary. A large ditch also runs along the north edge of the property allowing an effective outlet for the well-maintained field drains that are already in place. The field also has great access from I-29, three different field approaches, and is farmed in mile-long passes. The 2020 crop was Spring Wheat and the field has been chisel plowed and ditched this fall.



Driving Directions

From Interstate 29 Exit 193: Head north on Old ND-44 for one mile and turn right onto 87th St. NE. Head east for 2.5 miles and the property will be on the south side of the road.

Property Docs


FSA Map - Lincoln Township 300.jpg


Soil Map - Lincoln Township 300.jpg


Contour Map - Lincoln Township 300.pdf

Agent BIO

David Gorder
Managing Broker & Auctioneer

David Gorder

About David Gorder

David is the Managing Broker and Auctioneer of AcrePro Farm Agency and has been a licensed real estate professional in North Dakota and Minnesota since 2016. He was born and raised in Grand Forks, ND and graduated from the University of North Dakota in 2013 with a Business Management and Entrepreneurship degree. He spent the next five years in ag sales with CHS Inc. before launching his farmland sales and management business, The Farm Agency in 2018. David also owns and manages an equipment auction business, Resource Auction, which specializes in agricultural equipment sales. He and his team launched AcrePro Farm Agency in 2021. David and his wife, Annie, have four kids and live in Grand Forks.