The Fuller Upland Farm is the ideal recreational property for upland bird hunting including pheasants along with goose and other waterfowl hunting. Other wildlife include mule deer, bald eagles, hawks, coyotes, fox, badger and prairie dogs. This property consists of 367± deeded acres and features sub-irrigated wetlands with cattails, rolling hills, pasture ground, and irrigation canals. Two seasonal reservoirs also exists on the Fuller Upland Farm. The 99± acres of flood irrigated farmland utilize a 15 hp pump from the main canal. The farm has been in corn and bean production, with an approximate $10,000 annual cash rent. There is one fenced pasture for livestock grazing. The property is sprinkled with cottonwoods and boxelder trees. The Goshen Irrigation District Canal, canal road and electric power lines cross the property. This farm is located 7.5 miles south of Torrington with year round access via US Highway 85.