Boksoon Farm

Sloansville, NY, Schoharie County

For Lease Business Partnership Farm Management
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Acres Available

4

Open Tillable Acres

3

Wooded (or other) Acres

0

Infrastructure

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  • black outline electrical icon Electrical access
  • No infrastructure
  • Black outline of a water drop Water access
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Crops Permitted

  • black outline of a carrot Vegetables
  • black outline apple icon Fruits
  • black outline of a flower Flowers or Ornamentals
  • black outline of a wheat germ Grains
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Livestock Permitted

  • black outline cow icon Cattle - Beef
  • black outline dairy icon Cattle - Dairy
  • black outline horse icon Equine
  • Black outline of a sheep Goats/Sheep
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Condition & Current Use

The soil is more clay, compact, and has a lot of stones. Currently used as vacant land. A couple of abandoned buildings that could be used for storage or for animal housing. No farmer housing is available on the property. 

Soil Type based on the Web Soil Survey: BrC—Burdett and Erie channery silt loams, 8 to 15 percent slopes

 

Soil Types

Soil Type based on the Web Soil Survey: BrC—Burdett and Erie channery silt loams, 8 to 15 percent slopes.

Farm History & Past Use

Old residential property. 

Tenure Options

Tenure Options

For Lease Business Partnership Farm Management

Looking for a farmer to lease the land and manage it in a sustainable way. A short-term lease (1-4 years), long-term lease (5+ years), or other/negotiable terms will be considered. 

Price for Lease Per Acre

negotiable

Are you willing to mentor a new or beginning farmer?

No

Do you require a farmer who qualifies for agricultural assessment?

No

Production Preferences

Livestock / Crops Description

Open to all allowed on the land. There are neighbors close by so we would ask the incoming farmer to be curious of them. We prefer farming practices that are organic or regnerative. 

Crops Permitted

  • black outline of a carrot Vegetables
  • black outline apple icon Fruits
  • black outline of a flower Flowers or Ornamentals
  • black outline of a wheat germ Grains
  • black outline hay icon Hay
  • black outline maple icon Maple
  • black outline other crops icon Other Crops

Livestock Permitted

  • black outline cow icon Cattle - Beef
  • black outline dairy icon Cattle - Dairy
  • black outline horse icon Equine
  • Black outline of a sheep Goats/Sheep
  • Black outline of a pig Pigs
  • Black outline of a chicken Poultry
  • Black outline of a bee Bees
  • black outline llama icon Other Livestock

Preferred Farming Method

Biodynamic Conventional Organic (certified) Organic (not certified) Regenerative/Sustainable Other

Farm Infrastructure

  • black outline barn icon Barns - Equipment Storage
  • black outline electrical icon Electrical access
  • No infrastructure
  • Black outline of a water drop Water access

Water Access

Old dug well. Well water access. Two ponds on site. 

Barns for Equipment/Storage

A shed and a barn are available for storage or maybe animal housing. 

Additional Property Information

No restrictions just need to be respectful of the land and the neighbors. 

Current Land Zoning

Residential

Is the property located in a NY Agricultural District?

Yes

Can the public be on the property as a part of the farm business?

Negotiable

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