N Fork Republican River Valley is 454 +/- contiguous acres located in Yuma County Colorado. A portion of the ranch is native pasture with balance being CRP and dryland farm ground. Hunting and income opportunities abound on the N Fork Republican River Valley. The current grass cover and shelter belts provide excellent habitat for a wide variety of birds and wildlife. Land The N Fork Republican River Valley is 454 +/- contiguous acres located in Yuma County Colorado. The ranch is divided into a pasture with 180 acres +/- and the balance is CRP and dryland farm ground. The topography consists of slightly sloping areas and gently rolling hills to deep canyons and has an excellent combination of cool and warm season grasses. The grass on the N Fork Republican River Valley is in terrific condition. There are 2 well established tree breaks on the property providing excellent wildlife habitat. There is currently a cash lease in place on this property that will be transferred to the buyer. The CRP has just been renewed with a 10 year contract. Improvements N Fork Republican River Valley has good perimeter fence around the pasture and a windmill providing water for the livestock and wildlife. Recreation The N Fork Republican River Valley property 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 N Fork Republican River Valley consists of approximately 180 acres in pasture and the balance in dryland farm ground. The farmland on N Fork Republican River Valley is currently in CRP with a portion of the CRP that has recently expired in October of 2022 that will be converted to dryland farm ground in 2023. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources All appurtenant water rights will transfer to the Buyer at Closing. The Seller has no mineral rights to convey. General Operations The pasture on the N Fork Republican River Valley has historically been used seasonally for cattle production and the balance of the dryland was farmed prior to being enrolled into the USDA’s CRP program. Region & Climate The N Fork Republican River Valley is located in the east central portion of Yuma County on the Eastern Plains of Colorado in an area that normally receives 15″ 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 N Fork Republican River Valley is accessed by a low maintenance County Road and is located in the east central portion of Yuma County. The community of Wray is less than 15 minutes away, 45 minutes to Burlington and I-70, 30 minutes to Yuma and a little over an hour to Julesburg and I-76/I-80 and just over 2 hours to Denver and DIA.