Nebraska Land Brokers is offering this property located about 5 miles north of Highway 23 at Moorefield, NE, this nice opportunity consists of approximately 520 acres of hard land Loess Canyon pasture land and 130 acres of non-irrigated cropland that could be used for feed production or turned into additional grazing land. The Seller has been mechanically removing some of the evasive cedar trees from the property and the noxious weeds have been controlled very well on this property. Stock water for grazing livestock is provided by an electric submersible well in the south center of the property and 2 stock dams. Dry Creek does bisect the property from the north to the south. While as the name indicates, it is dry most of the time by the occasional heavy rain does create a stream flow. The non-irrigated cropland is located in the western portion of the property. It is fenced off from the pasture. The Seller has been planting cane or Sudan grass for hay harvest on this portion. It could be planted back to grass or any other crop a new owner would want. The property is being offered with the Seller installing a new fence along the southern boundary of the property as today there is no fence on the southern boundary. The property is crossed by 2 natural gas pipelines from the west to the east about in the middle of the property. The hunting on this property would include elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, upland birds and turkey. If you are not a hunter the hunting right to the property could be leased out for residual income.