The Fabrizius Ranch is an excellent, well managed ranch close to the Northern Colorado Front Range. This ranch consists of 4844 +/- acres, is well watered from 2 wells and a pipeline system with large water tanks, there are several reservoirs on the property as well. A well-maintained county road provides good access to the property. Land The Fabrizius Ranch is 4844 +/- contiguous acres only separated by a well-maintained county road and is located in Morgan County Colorado. The ranch is divided into 4 pastures. The ranch’s topography consists of gently rolling hills to deep canyons and has an excellent combination of cool and warm season native grasses. The Fabrizius family have been excellent stewards of the land and the grass on the ranch is in terrific condition. Improvements There is an older ranch style house on the ranch that could be a potential Ranch Managers home, this house is currently vacant and would need some remodeling and is located next to the county road. There are two (2) stock wells (one is a shared well) with submersible pumps that supply water to the extensive pipeline and watering system throughout the ranch. The large water tanks have been strategically located around the ranch to provide excellent watering for the cattle. The ranch has several large reservoirs for holding additional water for the cattle as well as providing excellent erosion control. The ranch has two (2) sets of working corrals, one (1) located towards the north end of the ranch and one (1) located towards the south end of the ranch with both being in close proximity to the county road, providing easy access for trucks and trailers. The barbed wire perimeter and cross fencing on the Fabrizius Ranch is above average. Recreation The Fabrizius Ranch offers endless recreation from hunting small game and varmints to monster plains mule deer and pronghorn. You also have the opportunity to go hiking, biking or having fun on your ATV/UTV all on your own property! Agriculture The Fabrizius Ranch has historically been operated as a seasonal cow/calf operation, going out on the grass in mid to late spring and pulling off in the fall but could also be utilized as a year-round ranch or a great yearling ranch. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources All appurtenant water rights associated with this property will transfer to the Buyer upon Closing. One half of the Mineral Rights that the Seller now owns will transfer to the Buyer at Closing. General Operations The Fabrizius Ranch has been mainly operated as a cow/calf ranch and would also make an excellent yearling operation. The owner has stated that during a normal year with average rainfall that the ranch should be able to run approximately 300 cow/calf pairs during the grazing season. Region & Climate The Fabrizius Ranch is located in the northwest portion of Morgan County on the Eastern Plains of Colorado in an area that normally receives 14″ of annual rainfall, with low humidity and almost 300 days of sunshine per year. History The Eastern Plains of Colorado have long been the hunting grounds for Native Americans and early settlers, once tens of thousands of bison roamed these grass covered rolling hills and lush stream bottoms. The area was also grazing territory for the historic cattle drives from Texas to Montana. Most recently this area has mainly been utilized for ranching or dryland farming. Location The Fabrizius Ranch is accessed by a well-maintained County Road and is located in the northwestern portion of Morgan County. The community of Ft. Morgan is less than 30 minutes away, 45 minutes to Greeley, an hour to Ft. Collins and just over an hour to Denver and DIA. This ranch is located within 3 hours or less of several of the most prominent livestock sale barns in the west; Brush, Sterling, Ft. Collins, LaJunta, Torrington, WY and Ogallala, NE.