Hazelton Farm

152 acres

Property Owner:

Private non-farming landowner

Contact Name:

Amy and Jeremy Baskes

Property Location:

Zanesville, Ohio

The Land

Total number of acres available with this property:


Total acres available for agriculture:


Acres of forested land:


Acres of cropland or tillable land:


Acres of pasture:


Other open and/or non-farmable land:

There is currently a sizeable lawn surrounding the home and driveway.

Quality of land:

We understand that the original farm property (of which our 152 acres was only a part) was used as a dairy. Our parcel had both livestock and cropland at one point. In recent years, our 80 acres of cropland have been leased for conventional corn and soy rotation. An NCRS soil survey, both tabular and spatial, were completed in 2022. We have a forest management plan for the woodland (2022).

Farm Information

  • Water Access
  • Barn(s) and/or Shed(s)

Water sources details:

There is a drilled well at the house (estimated 2500 gallon tank).

Farmer housing details:

We are open to considering mobile housing options for right partner.

Equipment and machinery details:


Farm infrastructure details:

We have a newer basic barn structure (2015) that is not currently in use but could be as needed. It stored the previous owner's mower. The structure has a concrete floor, cement brick walls, and overhead garage doors on both ends. It roughly measures 35’x80’ and is set up with a wind-powered battery to run lights.

Tenure Arrangement

Tenure arrangement:

Property for rent


Property for rent:

We are currently looking for a farming partner and considering a short-term or long-term lease.

Additional Information

In 2020, my husband and I purchased this Zanesville property as a place to live and retire. With striking views in all directions, we love all the outdoor pursuits our property offers - especially time spent in the garden, reading on our porch, and hiking in the woods. 

We are interested in finding farming partners who are passionate about engaging in regenerative agricultural practices with us. While not a farmer myself, I have spent my career promoting and advocating for local and sustainable agriculture. We know the issues involved and want to be a responsible partner to your farming operation and to establish a tenant partnership with a like-minded farmer who shares our values and goals and are willing to creatively work with you to establish your business in ways that are mutually beneficial. Our primary goal is to be good stewards of our land and supportive partners to the farmers we collaborate with.

We are open to various agricultural pursuits (vegetables, orchards, hay, pastured livestock) and we are flexible in our ideas and approaches. We believe in the importance of sustainable practices that prioritize the health of the land, promote ecological balance, and contribute positively to our local community.