200 +/- ton walnut huller/dryer on nearly 53 acres of class I Vina loam surrounded by producing walnuts, (2) irrigation wells, (2) homes, shop and office. Located just 9 miles (SE) of Red Bluff on Highway 99E. The Northern Complex constructed in 2007 was built to house the facility’s hulling equipment and portion of the drying equipment. The adjacent Southern Complex is a remodeled portion of the original facility (per County records, originally built in 1949) consisting of enclosed warehouse space housing stadium style dryers. Additional drying capacity can be achieved by utilizing the Peerless Drying Complex adjacent to the Huller/Dryer. 39 +/- acres planted in 2004 to producing walnuts irrigated using (2) irrigation wells and micro-sprinklers. Tulare walnuts are the primary variety. 2021 production was 4,593 in-shell pounds per acre. 2022 crop included provided Buyer reimburses Seller cultural costs to close of escrow.