South Amenia Field

South Amenia, NY, Dutchess County

For Lease
Updated Mar 3, 2023

Acres Available


Open Tillable Acres


Wooded (or other) Acres


Crops Permitted

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Condition & Current Use

This property was once part of a larger farm. 128 acres currently with about 18 open acres. Half of that acreage has been mowed regularly and is immediately tillable for use. The rest of the fields do have some brush and small saplings that would need to be mowed down and brush hogged before use. This portion has not been used in the last 5 years or so. 

Soil Types

The fields are made up of Stockbridge Silt Loam (SkC & SkB) which is prime farmland. The woods are a mix of Charlton sand and loam (ClC, ClD, CrD). See attached soils map. Property boundary is not exact.

Tenure Options

Tenure Options

For Lease

Qualifying the land for the agricultural assessment is the ultimate goal. The assessment would be the remuneration for the land. 

Do you require a farmer who qualifies for agricultural assessment?


Production Preferences

Livestock / Crops Description

Land is best suited for hay or row crops at this time. We are seeking to have a farmer come on that could qualify the land for an agricultural assessment. 

Crops Permitted

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  • black outline hay icon Hay

Preferred Farming Method

Organic (certified)

Additional Property Information

Property has a deed restriction and can not be subdivided. Want to continue seeing it be used for farming. 

Is the Property Conserved


Is the property located in a NY Agricultural District?


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


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