In the heart of hard grass country and on the edge of productive irrigated fields, you’ll find the Chimney Rock Ranch. Named after the iconic landmark that stands as a steeple in the prairie, the Chimney Rock Ranch consists of 2,641+/- acres in the Nebraska Panhandle. For more than 139 years, the Durnal family has owned and operated the property. Around every turn, seemingly self-proclaimed landmarks bear witness to the historic past as the southern edge of the North Platte River valley jut into the steep-sided and cedar-covered hills. Traditionally run as a cattle operation, the ranch is owner operated at 250 cow summer grazing capacity, though the ranch has only been used lightly as summer grazing in recent years. There is existing pipeline water with room for expansion that runs from an owned well. The grass condition of the Chimney Rock Ranch is exceptional as the owner/operator has been a careful steward of the land. The ranch is available for the current grazing season.