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$2,900,000  •  1,530 acres
Ramah Valley Ranch is a unique, one of a kind offering for a few reasons. RVR sits on the north end of Unit 12 in New Mexico near the quiet town of Ramah. RVR consists of 1527 acres, 887 deeded and 640 state lease, and has 6 center pivots on the ranch in the valley.This listing also includes 517.4 shares in Ramah Land and Irrigation which accounts for almost 21% of the holdings in the LLC. Each share is worth 6.7 acre feet of water so you would have 3500 acre feet for the center pivots on the ranch. Ramah Land and Irrigation owns the beautiful 100 acre Ramah Lake and 266 acres of land around the lake.Whether you're an investor, a hunter, a farmer or a rancher this property has you covered. For the hunters you should know of Unit 12 as it is one of the very best units in the southwestern United States for trophy elk and Ramah Valley Ranch has produced its share of giant bulls with multiple animals scoring over the magical 400" mark. There have also been some unbelievable mule deer killed on and around the property. This ranch receives multiple bull tags each year and you can hunt deer by purchasing a "private land only" tag and hunt the deeded portion of the ranch. Opportunities to lease the farming, grazing and hunting are also available right now.There is not a house on the property but the landowner has a 467 acre property called "Box Canyon Ranch" with a 3 bedroom 2 bathroom house on it that's a 5 minute drive from the ranch that he would sell to the buyers of Ramah Valley Ranch
$560,000  •  320 acres
Under Contract
Eagle Rock Ranch is 320 acres of rolling hills native grass pasture on the high plains east of Kiowa, Colorado. The ranch has small pockets of Ponderosa Pine and small buttes and deep draws. Eagle Rock, a large butte known historically as a perch for hawks and eagles, is the focal point of the ranch. There are two stock dams on the property. The ranch also has a new solar livestock well and a set of corrals, a working alley and head gate, wind break, and storage building. The native Buffalo and Gramma grasses are in good shape and very well sodded. Views of Pikes Peak and the front range Rocky Mountains are spectacular. The fencing is mostly new 4 wire barbed wire and steel posts. The water rights have been adjudicated and are included. Seller owned mineral rights are included. The ranch is ready for your cattle. Trophy class Mule Deer frequent the ranch, as well as Pronghorn Antelope, Coyote, Fox, Elk, Badger, and various other small game and birds. The property is in Colorado game management unit 105 and it qualifies for the landowner draw for Antelope and Deer. Elk tags are over the counter. Located 15 minutes east of Kiowa and 15 minutes north of Ramah, Colorado, the area is known for its productive ranches and superb cattle gains and weaning weights. The property would make a great cattle ranch, horse ranch, building site, or family or hunting retreat. Call Jim Digby to schedule your private tour.
$70,500  •  74.17 acres
Under Contract
This west-central New Mexico property, located on the gated James Valley Subdivision, offers great outdoor recreational activities year-round with BLM, El Morro and El Malpais National Monuments, Bandera Volcano & Ice Caves and the Chain of Craters nearby for you to explore via Continental Divide Trail. Enjoy stunning views of the Bond Mesa, Mt. Taylor and the Zuni Mountains from this property. Gently rolling treed tundra gives way to pasture land. Take in night sky-gazing at its best- you will want to count satellites in their north south orbits. The property is located in GMU 12, an area well known for its fantastic hunting with an abundance of elk, antelope and mule deer. Grants, the closest city, has a wonderful municipal golf course. The Coyote del Malpais is one of the best golf values that you will find anywhere. Covenants are in place to protect your investment. Hunting is allowed on your property with permit. There is no active Home Owners Association, annual dues or fees. Domestic animals must be fenced in on your property. The front of Parcel 4 is not fenced. Electricity is available from the local Coop. There are producing wells in close proximity to this parcel. There is no guarantee of water at this Parcel. Covenants are available upon request. Participate in the diverse and robust culture in the surrounding area. This area of New Mexico is rich in its old west and Native American history. The subdivision borders the Ramah Navaho Chapter and the Zuni Pueblo is approximately 58 miles from the property. This secluded property is the perfect place to build your ranch retreat and leave the hustle, bustle and stress of everyday life by escaping to the James Ranch.