Wright's Farm and Ranch Parcel 5-B consists of 1925 +/- acres of native grass , has excellent fence and is well watered. This parcel is a part of a larger farm and ranch combination and can be sold separately or in conjunction with other parcels and would fit perfectly with Parcel 5-A. Land Wright’s Farm and Ranch Parcel 5-B consists of 1925 +/- acres of gently rolling native grass pasture. The pastures are well watered with strategically placed large water tanks being suppled with water through an extensive pipeline system, multiple springs, and several dirt tanks that retain natural runoff water. The perimeter and cross fences are in excellent condition. Improvements Good fence and multiple stock tanks. Recreation Wright’s Farm & Ranch Parcel 5-B 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 This is a good grass ranch suitable for a cow/calf or yearling operation. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources All appurtenant water rights associated with this parcel will transfer to the Buyer at Closing. There are no mineral rights being transferred. This parcel will include a shared well agreement with the Main home site which is not included with this parcel. General Operations Cattle Ranch Region & Climate Wright’s Farm & Ranch Parcel 5-A is located in southern Washington County on the Eastern Plains of Colorado in an area that normally receives 14″ 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 Wright’s Farm & Ranch Parcel 5-B is located on the south side of US Hwy 36 between the small communities of Anton and Lindon, approximately 1 1/2 hours east of Denver and DIA in Washington County. The farm and ranch is basically an hour south of Brush and I-76 and an hour north of Limon and I-70. Akron, the County Seat for Washington County and home to the Colorado Plains Regional airport is 30 minutes away. There are 2 schools (Woodlin and Arickaree) in the area. Only a few minutes away in Anton you will find a grocery store and the Anton Coop gas/fuel station.