This 170 +/- acre property sits just 2 miles south of Torrington, Wyoming in Goshen County. Currently used as corn and alfalfa farm ground, this property has great water rights and allows great potential for cash crop harvests for years to come as well as opportunity for snow geese hunting, due to its central location in a large migratory corridor.LandThe land is slightly downsloped to the north from the canal that runs West to East, with a mix of alfalfa stands and corn row crop split about 50-50% of the overall 115 +/- acres of irrigated land. This farmland splits both sides of U.S. Highway 85 and includes 52+/- acres of dry pasture land above the canal irrigated acreage that could be suitable for a few cattle with proper water supply. With the current alfalfa stand on the 7th-8th year, with proper re-seed this land can support healthy harvests of both alfalfa and corn like the current owner uses the land. There are fences along the property boundary and the canal consists of to gate valves on each East-West side of the property for water supply. ImprovementsThere are no improvements on the property. RecreationThis property has whitetail deer roaming through the fields as well as upland game birds and migratory birds that run through the migratory corridor. This property lies in Antelope hunting unit area 34 type 1. For whitetail and mule deer, this property is in Deer hunting unit 15 type 1. Both deer and antelope hunt areas are limited quota draws, however this property may qualify for landowner tags. Just 2 miles from downtown Torrington this property offers the advantage of short distance from a stop at the Farm and Ranch store in town. The property is only 40 minutes from Scottsbluff, Nebraska and 1 hr 20 minutes from Cheyenne, Wyoming. Region & ClimateThe elevation of the property is around 4200 ft. The average annual precipitation is 13.8 inches with about 70% of annual precipitation occurring during the growing season from late spring through summer. The mean daily temperature of the area averages 47 degrees considering both winter and summer temperatures.