$2,550,000   •   1,460.5 Acres

Lincoln County Elk and Wildlife is a dream destination for hunting enthusiasts! With all 1,460.5 acres registered in the Unit 5 Elk Landowner Zone, this property offers a huge advantage for anyone looking to apply for a landowner elk tag, whether it's a resident or non-resident application. The trail camera pictures are incredible to see, offering a glimpse in the abundance of wildlife that calls the area home. It's truly a hunting paradise! LandLincoln County Elk and Wildlife is a premier property offering exceptional hunting opportunities, with a focus on proper management practices to ensure a diverse range of game species. The property’s 1,460.5 contiguous acres are registered in the Unit 5 Elk Landowner Zone, making it an attractive option for those seeking a landowner elk tag. The ranch boasts high-quality big game animals such as mule deer, whitetail deer, and elk opportunities, along with an abundance of turkeys making it a paradise for hunters. The property’s accessibility and infrastructure add to its appeal, with Callahan Rd. providing a reliable entry point and an internal trail system ensures easy mobility for trucks, UTVs, and ATVs, making exploration and transportation effortless. The presence of electricity in the southwestern portion of the property adds another layer of convenience, especially for those considering building a cabin, trailer, or utility structure for storing equipment.  This combination of accessibility and amenities makes the property even more appealing for those looking to own and manage such a vast and diverse hunting paradise. ImprovementsThe ranch has three Redneck blinds perched on 10-foot stands, two feeders weighing in at 2,000 pounds each, and an additional feeder tipping the scales at 3,000 pounds, Lincoln County Elk and Wildlife ensures hunters have the best vantage points and ample attractants to draw game in.  The established food plots further sweeten the deal, providing a natural source of nourishment for the wildlife and enhancing the overall hunting experience.  It’s evident that the property owners have spared no expense in creating a hunter’s paradise, where both novices and seasoned hunters alike can enjoy the thrill of the chase amidst a pristine natural environment.  Whether it’s elk, whitetail deer, mule deer, turkey, or other game species, this property offers an unparalleled opportunity for a successful and memorable hunting season. There are multiple water sources located on the ranch, two of which are solar wells, and one is an electric well.  In addition, there is a shared well along Callahan Rd. providing water to the west grazing unit.  The hardland grass ranch has the capability to support 160 cow/calf pairs for a five months grazing season.  A EQIP program is ongoing and will further increase the grassland capacity of the ranch, with proper tree removal and maintenance. RecreationElk Unit 5, covering approximately 926,604 acres, is a vast and diverse habitat for these majestic animals. The “monster elk” in the area adds an exciting element for hunters and wildlife enthusiasts alike. It’s a testament to the resilience of these creatures and the dedication of conservationists and wildlife managers in ensuring their survival and thriving population in Nebraska. The regulations for qualifying landowners to obtain permits for elk hunting in Nebraska are quite specific: For resident qualifying landowners: They must own or lease at least 80 acres of farm or ranch land used for agricultural purposes. Only one permit can be issued per 80 acres of owned land. To be eligible for a permit in the Elk Landowner Zone, residents must own at least 320 acres or lease at least 640 acres of farm or ranch land used for agricultural purposes. For nonresident qualifying landowners: They must own at least 320 acres of farm or ranch land used for agricultural purposes. Leased land does not qualify. Only one permit can be issued per 320 acres owned. To be eligible for a permit in the Elk Landowner Zone, nonresidents must own at least 1280 acres of farm or ranch land used for agricultural purposes. Leased land does not qualify. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesAll owned convey. Region & ClimateThe average temperature in Brady, NE during the summer months is typically in the mid-70s Fahrenheit while winter temperatures can drop to below zero. Brady, NE gets 22 inches of rain per year on average.  The US average is 38 inches of rain per year. The average snowfall in Brady, NE is 28 inches per/year.  The US average is 28 inches of snow per year. There are 223 sunny days per year on average in Brady , NE.  The US average is 205 sunny days. Brady gets some kind of precipitation, on average, 78 days per year. LocationThis ranch is located 10 miles south of Brady, NE, 30 miles southeast of North Platte, NE, 68 miles west of Kearney, NE, and 191 miles west of Lincoln, NE.


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