Sprawling 300+ acre rustic ranch, ideal for cattle operation. Includes a country home, barn, 4-bay equipment shed, hay storage, a permitted 1,500 head feedlot, an efficient corral system with a hydraulic chute, feeders, and weigh station. Abundant water from year-round creek, freshwater springs, and 800 acre-feet of water rights. Comprehensive irrigation setup with pivots and wheel lines included. Land Tailored for a substantial cattle enterprise, this 300+ acre ranch offers every essential amenity: a dedicated cattle barn, a permitted 1,500 – 1,700 head feedlot complete with concrete feed bunks and a concrete pad with drill pipe set in concrete with 6-strand steel cable fencing, equipment shed with four bays, ample hay storage, an efficient corral system equipped with a hydraulic chute, cattle feeders, and a convenient weigh station complete with a Howe Scale, commodity sheds with a grain mill and walk in cooler. The property benefits from a consistent water supply, sourced from a perennial creek and two pristine freshwater springs. With 800 acre-feet of water rights, the farm benefits from a comprehensive irrigation setup featuring pivots and wheel lines for the crop land, all of which is thoughtfully included. Improvements This property is ideal for a cattle operation and includes the following: 30 x 40 Barn Scale House with Commercial Howe Truck Scale 3 Commodity Sheds Grain Mill Walk-In Cooler Multiple Outbuildings Hay Storage Silage Pit Feedlot 2 Carports The property also offers a secluded, two-story home with 3 bedrooms and 1 bath. Built in 1941, this home is a country farmhouse with an unfinished basement and cellar. 2,416 total square feet includes a utility room and an office. Agriculture 200 acres in Alfalfa and grass with hay production of 3+ cuttings per season yielding 1,200 tons 50 acres of irrigated pasture Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources 800 Acre-Feet of irrigation water Year round creek & 2 freshwater springs 6 pivots, including 3 brand new pivots since 2022 8 wheel lines Region & Climate Ontario, Oregon, experiences a semi-arid climate characterized by distinct seasons and relatively moderate weather patterns. Summers are typically warm and dry, with average high temperatures ranging from the mid-80s to low 90s Fahrenheit (29-35°C). Location Nestled in the heart of the high desert region, Ontario, Oregon, offers a unique blend of natural beauty, historical significance, and a vibrant community spirit. This charming city, located in Malheur County, stands as a testament to the resilience of small-town America. With a rich history dating back to the Oregon Trail era, the city proudly preserves its heritage through various landmarks and museums. The Snake River, meandering through the region, not only serves as a lifeline for agriculture but also provides a perfect backdrop for outdoor enthusiasts. The surrounding Owyhee Mountains provide a haven for hikers, campers, and hunters. In recent years, Ontario has seen a resurgence in economic growth, with a burgeoning arts and culture scene, small businesses, and innovative startups contributing to its evolution. This growth, however, remains balanced with a commitment to preserving the city’s small-town charm and values.