Tract 4 has a wonderful blend (1/3) of cattle grazing meadow, for keeping one’s property in ag status, as well as the perfect sanctuary (2/3) for game management…with an incredible building site overlooking the prettiest lake on the ranch- Island Lake. LandThe ranch is a mild 7400-8800 feet in elevation and is comprised of gentle sloping hills framing expansive native grass valleys. Majestic ponderosas, large stands of oak and hidden pockets of spring fed aspens with piñon and juniper ridges surround the native grass meadows and numerous springs, ponds and lakes of Broken Butt Ranch. Recreation8 bull tags, 4 ES archery tags, 6 cow tags, and historically land owner mule deer tags have been unlimited- check regulations. Borders the State Humphries Wildlife management area to south, and Quinlan ranch to the East. Would combine nicely with tract 3. The Broken Butt Ranch is located in a primary elk and Mule Deer migration route Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, bordering the Colorado State line, is most noted for producing more Boone & Crockett Mule Deer than any county in existence every decade since 1960. Historically in the past, Landowner mule deer tags in game unit 4 have been unlimited. However, always check regulations. Additionally, Bear, lion and small game hunting are over- the-counter. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesWhile currently not enrolled into a conservation easement of any kind, the Broken Butt has been approached by numerous parties as an ideal candidate, as these easements have some incredible benefits for both the land and the wildlife, and substantial tax benefits for the landowner. 50% minerals convey. General OperationsThe most attractive value of Broken Butt Ranch is the beauty of Colorado with New Mexico’s land prices, tremendous game quality and the most liberal big game tags. With Colorado in 2021 receiving over 60,000 additional big game tag applications than the previous year, quality land investments in desirable locations receiving a dividend of land owner trophy mule deer and elk tags are becoming a very desired commodity indeed! Region & ClimateMajestic Northern New Mexico weather with beautiful, dry heat summers and typically moderate winters making it possible to enjoy this ranch year round. HistoryThe ranch is in immaculate condition and kept in ag status allowing for low taxes. There is an extensive two-track road system throughout, and one’s most difficult decision would be where to pick their building site for the most incredible views of the continental divide and the South San Juan Mountains. Broken Butt Ranch has been in the same family for generations and many have longed for an opportunity to own in full or part the most beautiful land they’ve ever seen. Here’s your opportunity! Co brokers welcome. Please contact Greg Liddle for more information. LocationThe ranch is located in the very heart of Rio Arriba County just 35 minutes south of Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Pagosa Springs hosts the world-famous hot springs, shopping, a plethora of restaurants, a 27 hole mountain golf course and complemented by a municipal airport up to G-5 capable. 18 miles east of the ranch is the historic town of Chama, New Mexico, and Santa Fe is a beautiful 2 hour drive. Wolf Creek and Taos ski mountains are within 2 hours.