Located in the Teton Valley, this unique rural community farm offers rich fertile soil for agriculture production, gorgeous views of historical mountains and a multitude of recreational activities making this ideal for a family retreat.
Champagne is a beautiful turn key operation with a current lodge , and yurts for rental along with residence for living.
When you see this ranch first hand, you are struck by the vastness of open space and private setting. This is an ideal summer grazing ranch with fantastic big game herds located in southwest Idaho.
Comprised of irrigated farm ground and pasture the farm presently produces about 7 ton per acre of alfalfa and averages 30 ton of corn silage. Along with the fertile soils, which can grow a variety of crops, there is irrigated and dry land pasture that supports 110 head of cattle.
This is highly desirable farm ground with soils that can produce a variety of crops along with cattle production. The gravity flow irrigation system is simple and very effective in keeping the water flowing and cost of irrigation at the bare minimum.
This Ranch is a unique clean turn key ranch with gravity fed irrigation operation in the secluded Bear River Valley. Surrounded by foothills with endless recreation. Offering a multitude of outdoor recreational activities as well as ideal cattle and production ground, this ranch truly has it all at a price to match.
Teton Headwaters Ranch is without question one of the finest remaining parcels of land in the Teton Valley still owned by original family. With great county road access year-round, privacy surrounding you and the tremendous fishing and hunting opportunities in all directions. This parcel is prime for a conservation easement through Teton regional land trust with great benefits and preserving the natural habitat for wildlife and open-space. Thus, giving the new owners great potential for tax benefits.
Rolling grassy hills and snowcapped peaks provide the finishing touches to an inspiring canvas. Elk, deer, and antelope are frequent visitors on and off the ranch. The 140± acres has an array of wildlife habitat including willow lined river banks and irrigated pastures of alfalfa and grass.