The Rockin CB Ranch property in Escalon, California, is a prime multipurpose agricultural property located in San Joaquin County. This versatile 163-acre ranch is comprised primarily of irrigated pasture and row crops with good water supply. A bonus one-of-a-kind comprehensive cattle and horse arena facility with spectator stands, numerous complimentary buildings and rich fertile farm ground make this ag/ranch a property not to be missed. Land This level property includes approx. 160-acres of irrigated ag land with good water sources. Property boundary, map and acreage to be verified and subject to a parcel split. Improvements The ranch features a large livestock and equestrian multi-purpose facility that includes: 12,000-sq. ft. arena and spectator stands with an integrated 485-sq. ft. two-story enclosed restroom / shower / chapel building, several corrals and chutes, 3,000-sq. ft. enclosed covered round pen training building with attached 225-sq. ft. accessory building, 490-sq. ft. multi-purpose poultry / storage building, gathering / sorting pen and loading chute, 2,250-sq. ft. 7-stall horse barn, 2,880-sq. ft. covered storage building, expansive equipment and farm / ranch implement storage area, a 664-sq. ft. full kitchen and restroom building with stainless steel sinks, refrigeration and counters, a high capacity meat smoker and 240-sq. ft. covered grilling area, all within a large landscaped entertainment and gathering area with parking, and much more. Building area figures are approximate. Recreation The ranch provides excellent upland bird hunting. Agriculture Majority of the property includes level, fertile and irrigated agricultural land currently used for row crops, cattle and horse grazing. The land is also well suited for other ag uses with residential development opportunity as well. Property includes multiple water sources, including a 60-hp deep well and excess water from water district. Property has a cattle manure easement for the adjacent property owner. Region & Climate Located in southeastern San Joaquin County, the Rockin CB Ranch benefits from an optimal location with quick and easy access to nearby towns, cities and neighboring communities. The excellent weather and climate are typical for the region and is optimal for farming / ranching operations and year around living. History San Joaquin County and nearby Stanislaus County have a rich history in high production agriculture and ranching. The Rockin CB Ranch has a unique history as one of the first privately owned bull fighting arenas in California. The ranch, also known as Campo Bravo, was developed by Frank Vaz Borba, a pioneer fighting bull breeder and father of the current property owner. Mr. Borba was a key figure in getting a bill passed for bloodless bullfighting in California. The Borba family has continued the farming and ranching operation on this special property. Location The property is approx. 5-miles north of Escalon on Escalon-Bellota Rd., 5-miles south of Farmington, 17-miles east of Manteca, and 13-miles northwest of Oakdale. The Sacramento International Airport is approx. 73-miles away.