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Property Location
Clinton Corners, NY
[Dutchess County]
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20 acres available
15 open acres for farming
5 wooded acres / other

Property Description

Soil types:

Web Soil Survey has this property 89% compromised of DwB-Dutchess-Cardigan Complex which is classified as prime farmland. Other soils on property are Sun Silt Loam (Su) and Nassau-Cardigan Complex (NwB).

Description of the property’s current condition and current use(s):

A 20 acre farm, currently set up for horses but could easily be used for other livestock and/ or growing crops. Large barn, fenced pastures. Housing also available. 

Farm history / past uses of the property:

The property was built and operated as an equine breeding facility. 

Farm Infrastructure

Infrastructure and equipment:

  • Fencing
  • Water access
  • Barns or other facilities for storage of equipment, livestock, and crops
  • Farmer housing
  • Electrical Access

Water access description:

Property has its own well. 

Barns/structures description:

16 stall horse barn, with tack room, feed room, hay loft, indoor wash stall. 

Farmer housing description:

Two apartments, one small studio and a one bedroom. 

Crops and Livestock

Types of crops permitted to be produced on the property:

Vegetables, Fruits, Grains, Ornamentals, Hay, Other Crops

Types of livestock permitted on the property:

Cattle - Beef, Cattle - Dairy, Equine, Goats/Sheep, Pigs, Poultry, Other livestock

Livestock/crops description :

We don’t grow crops so we don’t have detailed information on soil etc. but don’t see why the land couldn’t be used to grow crops. 

Tenure Options

Tenure options:

For Lease

Description of tenure options:

We are primarily interested in leasing the property, but potentially open to other arrangements on a case by case basis. 

Additional Information

Preferences and restrictions on agricultural activities:

We live on the farm and operate our business across the street. We are open to having events etc. so long as they are within reason and respectful of us and our other neighbors. 

Do you require a farmer who qualifies for agricultural assessment?:


Are you willing to have the public on the property as a part of the farm business?: