$3,012,500   •   1,203 Acres

Introducing the Chalk Hills Ranch, a haven for cattle ranchers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Nestled in the heart of Nebraska, this property lies alongside the North Loup River Valley and surrounds the historic Happy Jack Chalk Mine. Land Conveniently situated just 45 minutes northwest of Grand Island on Hwy 11, the ranch offers superb accessibility. Spanning 1203+/- acres of robust grass pastureland, it proves ideal for cow-calf or yearling operations. The property’s oak-filled draws present exceptional opportunities for trophy Whitetail, Mule deer, and turkey hunting, along with supporting populations of Prairie Chicken, sharp-tailed grouse, and Bobwhite quail. Improvements As for improvements, the Chalk Hills Ranch boasts an abundant water supply from an electric well, servicing six stock tanks. Additionally, four windmills and seven-plus stock dams scattered throughout provide supplementary water sources. High-tensile cross fences delineate eight pastures, facilitating easy grazing rotation. Recreation Recreational enthusiasts will find the ranch a haven for hunting Trophy Whitetail, Mule deer, and turkeys of two different subspecies, Merriam and Eastern. Upland game hunting opportunities for Prairie Chicken, sharp-tailed grouse, and Bobwhite quail abound. The property’s seven-plus ponds attract ducks and geese and are strategically located between Davis Creek Reservoir and the North Loup River. The hilly terrain lends itself to activities such as hiking, camping, and ATV use. Agriculture In terms of agriculture, the ranch supports a carrying capacity of 185 pairs or the equivalent number of yearlings. The nutritional value of the hard grass ranch is evident in the pounds gained and the resulting sale check at the sale barn. General operations involve the current leasing of the ranch to a local cattle producer, subject to lease rights and the ongoing grazing season. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources Regarding water, mineral rights, and natural resources, all mineral rights will transfer with the land, and the seller’s water rights will pass to the buyer. Region & Climate Situated in a region with a generally mild and pleasant climate, the Nebraska location experiences warm summers with temperatures up to 100 degrees, complemented by cool nights ranging in the 60s and 70s. The highest monthly average temperature for July is 76.8 degrees, while the lowest monthly average temperature for January is 20.6 degrees. Winter snowfall averages 10 inches annually, with Scotia receiving an average rainfall of 26 inches per year. Location Conveniently located, this expansive 1203+/- acre ranch lies in the heart of Nebraska, just 3 miles west of Scotia and 25 miles north of St. Paul on Hwy 11. Situated in Greeley County, the ranch has been well-maintained and is highly functional.


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Brin Hayden
Brin Hayden
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