Irrigated farmland in southern New Mexico is in high demand. Locating a large contiguous farm in the Rio Grande Valley is rare. This +/-98.777 AC farm has 4.5 Ac-Ft of water rights for irrigating +/-88.32 AC with both an electric well and surface water from the adjacent lateral. This farm is currently in production and the lastest crop was cotton. The farm is ideal for row crops such as chile, onions, watermelons, corn, and even alfalfa. The close proximity to HWY 478 and I-25 makes logistics easy for the crops grown. The proximity to dairies and horse farms between El Paso and Las Cruces along the Rio Grande River allows for a local clientele. This property is in a popular area for growing pecan trees.