- 5,171 ± acres (450± irrigated acres)
- Hay Ground
- Spring, Summer, and Fall Pasture
- 3 Homes, Horse Barn, Corrals, large calving shed, Silencer Squeeze Chute, Shop, Walk in Meat Cooler
- 5 Landowner Tags (deer & elk)
The Cottonwood Ranch is located in a quiet valley 40± miles from Baker City, OR. It consists of 5,171 acres of deeded ground of which 450+/- acres are irrigated. The water comes from two small creeks and the North Fork of the Burnt River plus some late water from the Unity Reservoir. Water quantity is adequate to grow a good hay crop and irrigate back for fall pasture. In full production the ranch should be able to put up 900+ tons of hay. The range land runs nearly four miles back into the mountains on a couple of small streams and into the timber. Stock water is ample naturally and is augmented by a system of 7 troughs that are gravity fed by holding tanks that are filled with a solar pumping setup with the water originating in a large spring. The property has enough elevation change to provide spring, summer and fall pasture.
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This diverse opportunity in the Oregon high desert has three fully developed businesses: hay production, seed stock cattle, and solar electricity. The markets for hay, cattle, and electricity are in place and transferable. The solar project contains an expansion plan, the cattle have a client base, and the hay has established domestic and foreign buyers. The climate is conducive for the production of high-quality alfalfa hay, strong and hearty cattle, and clean, renewable electricity.
This Oregon farm offers irrigated land using flood, wheel line, and handline. The farm headquarters and improvements include a four-bedroom, one-bathroom farmhouse and two small shops. The current owners have grown alfalfa hay and corn for the 2021 season, with an estimated 90± acres of corn and 55± acres of alfalfa currently planted. A new owner could continue harvesting as is, plant other row crops, convert all to alfalfa, or turn the 145± planted acres into pasture land.
Most of the hard work is done here at this Central Oregon ranch property. This remote agricultural land could be made into something extraordinary. With an active water-right permit for 539± acres of irrigation, power, and two irrigation wells already drilled, the table is already set to develop an excellent and cost-effective hay or cattle ranch. Existing improvements include a shop, greenhouses, Conex storage containers, and much of the electrical equipment needed for full development.
This ranch is just minutes from the John Day River at Clarno and adjacent to BLM lands fenced-in which are permitted for 21 Animal Unit Months (AUMs) of grazing. The rolling terrain has tremendous views of the John Day River Canyon. It is transected by five draws that provide seasonal drainage, and springs provide good water and cover for livestock and wildlife. The varied terrain is frequented by Rocky Mountain elk, mule deer, pronghorn antelope, chukar, turkey, and more.
This quiet, secluded Oregon ranch includes 29.3± acres of irrigation, primarily from a center pivot, making it perfect for a small herd of cattle, horses, or other livestock. A uniquely designed 2,076± square foot, western-style home offers three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a family room, living room, large kitchen, and amazing courtyard to make entertaining and peaceful outside dining and relaxing something to look forward to every day. Located just minutes from Prineville, Redmond, and Bend.
Ever dream of owning your own Oregon ranch on a river and with a creek flowing through, fish for largemouth bass, rock bass, smallmouth bass, and rainbow trout, plus hunt for mule deer, Rocky Mountain elk, upland game birds, and waterfowl, right out your door? North Fork Ranch just might fit the bill, boasting 2.5± miles of North Fork John Day River frontage, plus Rudio Creek flows through the ranch for 1.5± miles.
This beautiful Central Oregon ranch is deeded private land that adjoins thousands of acres of public land (BLM and USFS) with private access to Pine Mountain. Perfect fit for any outdoorsman, horseman, ATV enthusiast, hunter, or buyer that just wants extreme privacy and social distancing with a convenient location, it was initially set up for horses and with the equestrian enthusiast in mind. The indoor arena also includes an apartment, perfect for out-of-town guests.
This operating Oregon cattle ranch includes outstanding recreational amenities and an opportunity to improve on what nature has provided, both in agricultural production and recreational development. The John Day River winds along and through the ranch with deeded river frontage. The balance of the frontage is predominately through BLM lands which are grazed by the ranch. The ranch joins BLM land accessible only from the river or adjoining private lands.
This fully functioning Nevada ranch boasts all the efficiencies expected of a high desert outfit with the capacity to run 3,360 AUs± efficiently. Lucky 7 transforms its native grass into a high-quality protein through its reputation calf crop year after year. With decades of careful management, it has been an industry leader and will continue that trend by economically running cows and calves and by capitalizing on the economies of scale offered by its geographical location and size.
With the famous Ochoco Mountains as an incredible backdrop, this Central Oregon ranch offers one of the most handsome settings one can imagine. Sitting at the base of the Ochoco Divide, this cattle ranch can be a one-person farm/ranch, a great place to raise a family, or would be an excellent big game hunting or socially distant investment property. Included are a full lineup of farm and hay equipment and 151.7± acres of irrigated hay ground and meadows.
This ideal summer grazing ranch in Oregon offers deeded land along with BLM leases and will support over 400 pair. It is a mix of high-energy grasses, perfect for weight gain. The topography contains northern and southern slopes that include drainages of aspen or juniper pine with good water throughout the range. It is prime mule deer and elk habitat along with good chukar hunting. Views are vast, with wide-open spaces and areas that are completely private and protected from the general public.
This sprawling Oregon desert ranch for sale is divided by the border between South East Oregon and South West Idaho. This is big cow country made up of rolling sage and grass-covered hills with deep draws. The ranch has the capacity to run 1,000 plus cows year around. The cattle are outside grazing much of the year coming in in the fall to wild meadows and a few months of wild hay feeding.
This Oregon ranch has unsurpassed views of the natural countryside and the recreational opportunities are endless. With several live streams and a variety of vegetation, the wildlife is plentiful. This ranch includes 2 LOP tags for several possible hunts. The property is well stocked with timber of all ages and sizes and has had no commercial logging activities for over twenty years. Gross value of the timber in 2020 was over $500,000.
A fantastic grazing ranch with irrigated pastures and alfalfa. This Oregon ranch lies in the lush, burnt River Valley with exceptional grass and excellent water rights. The bonus is the prolific wildlife found on the ranch, with elk and mule deer making up much of what folks love about this area. The peace and solitude of this ranch is something special.
In the middle of the Oregon High Desert, this property is a compact, productive operation. Two Valley pivots and two rental homes make up this dual-income opportunity. Improvements include a hay shed and a large shop that includes a heated bay. There are 244± acres of irrigated ground from one private well on the property. It is just three miles from Crane schools and 30 miles from the town of Burns. A great opportunity to raise quality hay and rent out for fall pasture.
A compact, productive pure breed ranch is for sale in Oregon. The current owner raises registered Texas Longhorn cattle that can be found on the CR Longhorns website. The ranch has water rights that come from stored water delivered by the Vale Irrigation District by a large canal that goes through the property. The water is pumped out of the canal and into the pivots, wheel lines, and gated pipes from three pumping stations. The climate is conducive to crop growth with four cuttings of alfalfa that should produce 7+ tons to the acre.
A rare opportunity to purchase a piece of Western history in Oregon. The Chandler family has raised registered Hereford Cattle at this very location for a continuous period of 131 years. This well-established “Grass Ranch” provides all the necessary ingredients for a discerning purchaser to continue managing the ranch as a year-round cow/calf operation, or to change the operation to a very productive summer cattle grazing enterprise.
This Oregon ranch offers a discerning cattleman the opportunity to own this all-deeded, reputation cattle ranch. The ranch possesses significant agricultural production and excellent accessibility without sacrificing privacy or access to adjacent recreation and public lands. You will have to look far and wide to find an Oregon Ranch that matches this one!
This type of property does not hit the market very often. This offering is a prime opportunity to tap into the cattle/agricultural world with a successful pre-existing facility in Oregon. This 6,000 head CAFO permit feedlot has irrigated deeded farm ground, is adjacent to the area’s livestock sale yard, and has natural rolling topography to allow for excellent drainage.
Offering scenic, pastoral living in a lush, productive agricultural valley, this stand-out Oregon ranch is blessed with deep, fertile soil and presents a great opportunity to start your own agricultural enterprise or add to your existing operation. The area abounds with outdoor recreational opportunities including hunting, fishing, and exploring the local attractions.
Extreme privacy without sacrificing a convenient location in Oregon! This ranch offers premier big game hunting and excellent summer grazing in the Ochoco Mountains, all within driving distance to everything Central Oregon has to offer. With over 140 miles of creeks and streams, beautiful meadows, outstanding timberland, and 8 landowner preference tags for Rocky Mountain bull elk and buck mule deer.
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