$4,650,000   •   4,800.71 Acres
3 br / 1 ba /

The Crawford Ranch is more than just a piece of land; it's a heritage encompassing 4,800.71 deeded acres with Snake River frontage, surrounded by BLM land. With grazing rights including 264 Animal Unit Months (AUMs), this property offers a unique opportunity to cultivate an agricultural enterprise in Malheur County, Oregon. Land The Crawford Ranch is an expansive 4,800.71 deeded acre property with Snake River frontage situated in southeast Oregon. The property is 12 miles north of Ontario, Oregon and encompasses twelve noncontiguous tracts which are provided contiguity by the leased grazing rights on the surrounding Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and public lands. This ranch offers a vast sense of space and opportunity, extending far beyond its already impressive acreage. Featuring three distinct landscapes perfectly suited for a comprehensive cattle operation, the Crawford Ranch offers a prime location for multiple agricultural pursuits. The 191 +/- acres of irrigated land is equipped with a pump station featuring three pumps and a catch pond, along with essential infrastructure including wheel lines, concrete ditches, underground piping, and gated pipe. The productive pastureland, with a history of dryland wheat, has transitioned to native grasses in recent years and spans over 1,800 acres. While the 2,787+ acres of rangeland, complemented by an allocation of 264 Animal Unit Months (AUMs), seamlessly integrates with the surrounding BLM Land, providing sustainable grazing opportunities for the cattle operation. Three natural springs located on the ranch serve as vital sources of irrigation and stockwater, enhancing the ranch’s efficiency and long-term sustainability. Completing the working farm are multiple outbuildings aimed at optimizing ranching operations. These include corrals, feedbunks, hay storage facilities, a barn, loafing sheds, and granaries, ensuring efficiency and convenience in managing livestock and agricultural resources. Improvements The main farmhouse serves as the primary residence and was built in 1979. It features 2,496 square feet of living space with three bedrooms, three baths, and two fireplaces, including a double-sided fireplace. The secondary home, provides additional accommodations for a ranch manager or ranch staff, was constructed in 1950, and offers 1,018 square feet on the main floor and an additional 390 square feet upstairs. Recreation Ontario’s location near the Snake River and the nearby Owyhee Mountains provides ample opportunities for outdoor recreation. Activities such as fishing, boating, hiking, and hunting are popular among residents and visitors alike. Nearby recreation amenities include: Owyhee Reservoir: This reservoir offers opportunities for fishing, boating, and kayaking. The area around the reservoir also has camping facilities Owyhee River: Known for its scenic beauty and opportunities for rafting and kayaking, the Owyhee River is a popular spot for adventurous water activities. The river flows through breathtaking canyons and offers a chance to experience the natural beauty of the region. Hiking and Wildlife Viewing: The surrounding areas have trails and paths that are great for hiking and wildlife observation. Hunting and Bird Watching: The region around Adrian is known for its hunting opportunities, especially for game birds like chukar and quail. There are public lands and wildlife management areas within a reasonable distance of Adrian, providing mule deer, pronghorn antelope, and occasionally elk hunting opportunities Camping: There are campgrounds around Adrian, providing opportunities for camping under the stars, especially near the Owyhee Reservoir or along the riverbanks. Agriculture Malheur County is known for its rich agricultural heritage and diverse farming activities. The county’s agricultural sector plays a significant role in the local economy and contributes to the state’s overall agricultural output. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources 135.2 acres of irrigation water rights are provided by three water right certificates with the Oregon Water Resources Department and 49 acres of irrigation water are provided by the Owyhee Irrigation District. Pump Station – 3 Pumps Catch Pond 7 Wheel Lines: 1/8 mile +/- Flood Irrigation Concrete Ditch Gated Pipe Region & Climate Malheur County is semi-arid, characterized by hot, dry summers and cold winters. Precipitation levels are relatively low, and the area experiences abundant sunshine throughout the year. Location While agriculture remains a cornerstone of Ontario’s economy, with the region known for its production of onions, potatoes, sugar beets, and other crops. The city also boasts a diverse economy, including manufacturing, healthcare, retail, and service industries. Ontario’s strategic location along major transportation routes contributes to its role as a commercial and distribution center. Ontario serves as a retail hub for southeastern Oregon and nearby Idaho communities. The city is home to shopping centers, restaurants, hotels, and other amenities.  


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