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How to Find Us

From Lexington:

  • Take interstate overpass SOUTH to highway 283 (Plum Creek Parkway)
  • Turn Left (SOUTH) onto 433 Road
  • Curve Left (EAST) onto 750 Road
  • Turn Right (SOUTH) back onto 433 Road
  • Follow 433 through Smithfield
  • Curve Left (WEST) onto North Railway Street
  • Cross railroad tracks (road will veer Right (SOUTH)
  • Cross Highway 23 and continue straight (SOUTH) on 433 Road
  • 1/2 mile past Highway 23, you will find our farm.

From Kearney:

  • Take Interstate 80 WEST until you reach Exit 248 (Overton)
  • Turn Left (SOUTH) onto State Highway L-24B
  • You will come to a T intersection. Turn Right (WEST) onto 748 Road
  • 748 will curve Left (SOUTH) onto A Road
  • Follow A Road until you reach Bertrand
  • Turn Right (WEST) onto Highway 23
  • Follow Highway 23 for about 7 miles
  • Turn Left (SOUTH) onto 433 Road and drive 1/2 mile
  • Our farm is the first one you come to. It is on the Left (WEST) side of the road

From Holdrege:

  • Take Highway 23 WEST past Loomis and Bertrand until just before you hit Smithfield.
  • Turn Left (SOUTH) on 433 Road and drive 1/2 mile
  • You will see our place on the Left side of the road.

 

From:    To:  74032 Road 433, Smithfield, NE

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