Wolf Creek Ranch at Kiowa is a rare 2,790 contiguous front range working cattle ranch 3 miles north and east of Kiowa Colorado. The ranch should comfortably carry 140-150 cow calf pairs year around.FacilitiesThe ranch is superbly set up with an extensive set of barns, corrals, and working facilities. It features a modest, yet comfortable ranch home, large shop, historic barn with a bunk room, several cattle barns and sheds. There's a good set of pens with feed bunks, loadout chute, working alley, and calving barn. Resources The ranch is efficiently fenced and cross fenced and has 16 dams for water in addition to 7 wells. The grasses are native grasses, primarily, Blue Grama and Buffalo and a variety of Wheat grasses. The pastures a very well cared for and very well sodded. There are approximately 240 acres of dry land hay ground planted to alfalfa/grass mix, some of the hay meadows, along Wolf Creek, are sub-irrigated. Wolf Creek runs for two miles across the ranch. The creek has good cover and protection for calving with Cottonwood trees and bushes. There are pockets of live water springs all along the creek. AreaElbert County and the Kiowa area is known for its exceptional grasses and cattle gains, with its high protein native short grasses. Located 23 miles east of Castle Rock, Kiowa is the county seat of Elbert County. Nearby Elizabeth has all the necessary services and conveniences. Hunting/WildlifeLocated in game management unit 105, the area and unit are known for abundant Mule Deer, Pronghorn Antelope and White Tail Deer. Additionally, there are Turkey, Coyote, fox and a variety of small game animals. The ranch is eligible for the landowner draw. Broker CommentsDue to its proximity to the metro areas of Colorado and the Front Range, it's water resources, condition, configuration and mineral rights, this ranch is an attractive offering for the discriminating buyer. Call soon to schedule your private tour.