DG Ranch The DG Ranch is a large sustainable 500 head cattle operation near the Team Roping Capital of the world, Wickenburg Arizona. This scenic ranch has it all with 874+/- Deeded acres, 49,000+/- Acres of pasture, newly remodeled housing, highway access, and some of the most scenic country in the state of Arizona. The seller is asking $3,950,000. Contact Scott Thacker for a private tour at 520-444-7069. Location- Highway 93 North of Wickenburg, AZ Acreage- Deeded – 874+/- Acres Carry Capacity 10 Head Year Round Parcel Number(s): 200-15-001 (40+/- Acres), 200-15-002 (360 +/- Acres), 200- 15-003 (40+/- Acres), 200-13-001 (11 +/- Acres), 200-13-002 (29 +/- Acres), 200- 13-003 (100 +/- Acres), 200-13-004 (47+/- Acres), 200-13-005(40+/- Acres), 200-14-001 (40+/- Acres), 200-14-002 (40+/- Acres), 202-14-004 (40+/- Acres), 202-18-002 (47+/- Acres), 202-19.005 (40+/- Acres) AZ State Land Department – 40,095 Acres +/- Grazing Lease # 05-000878 of (rated at 436+/- Head Year Round) BLM- 8,300+/- Acres- Grazing Allotment Number AZ 00090 known as the DG (78 Head Year Round.) Carrying Capacity – 524 Head+/- Year Round Drought Insurance/ PRF Grid Location- Yavapai County AZ/ GRID# 17168 Insurable Acreage 49,391 Elevation/Terrain – The Ranch has a varied terrain and feed. Lands along Highway 93 reflect a rolling desert terrain with an average elevation of 2200’ above sea level. The Middle of the ranch has a very large true Mesa (Malpais Mesa) with approximately 2900’ elevation. The western mountains make a natural boundary with a 4000’ elevation. The eastern mountains are even higher, with an elevation of 4400’ above sea level. Vegetation and Feed – The varied vegetation changes with the rise and fall of elevation. The DG ranch is a boundary for the two great Southwestern deserts. The Mohave and Sonoran deserts are divided at this ranch and species from both deserts are abundant on the property. There are Joshua Trees, Mesquites and Saguaros. There is one great example of a crested Saguaro on the ranch. The feed ranges from seasonal forbes, browse in the lower country to grama grasses in the higher country. Water – The ranch is well watered for cattle. There are 18 cattle water sources consisting of solar water wells, natural springs and dirt tanks. Cattle – There are 330 mature bovines on the ranch. These are not included in the price but they are negotiable. Improvements- Housing- The headquarters is centrally located in the ranch with a recently remodeled 3 bedroom main house. The home has a nice kitchen, 2 rock fireplaces, and overlooks the roping arena with large bay windows on the porch. The guest house is recently remodeled with a fully functional kitchen, bathroom and a deep porch with wood ceilings. Located adjacent to a tributary and scenic canyon to the Santa Maria river. The entire headquarters has an updated Solar Power System w/generator backup. Corrals- There are water lots at most of the wells. Several of the water lots are steel pipe and are strong branding pens. There is a roping arena at the headquarters, a large set of shipping corrals at the highway. These corrals have semi loading, squeeze tub, and a 150’ long feed bunk to feed approximately 50 head of cattle. Airport- The headquarters has a 1000’ dirt landing strip, new metal hangar, with a workshop and bathroom facilities. The hangar has a bi-fold electric motor bay door, concrete floor, apron and helipad. Pastures- The ranch has 5 pastures and 2 large traps. Asking Price- $3,950,000 Terms- Cash Contact: Scott Thacker 520-444-7069 www.StrongholdCo.com ScottThacker@mail.com Information acquired through various sources and while deemed accurate, Stronghold Ranch Real Estate makes no guarantees herein and all potential buyers are advised to have any studies buyer deems necessary to achieve buyer’s satisfaction. Seller certifies that the information contained on this sheet is true and complete to the best of the Sellers knowledge.