Welcome to the Wild West of Idaho! Scenic Farm and Cattle ranch located in the Mann Creek Valley of Weiser, Idaho!
The current operation runs 200± pair from April to Oct/Nov. It is fully fenced and crossed fenced for rotational grazing. The diverse dryland terrain provides a unique flora of shrub and native bunch grasses great for both grazing ground and wildlife habitat.
The ranch is self-sustainable with opportunities to enhance the farming and ranching operations. The ranch also provides hunting for big game and upland birds. There are ample irrigation water rights of 250± acres, 150± more flood irrigated acres that are adjudicated early spring, and four natural springs on the property used for stock water year-round. Improvements include two Zimmatic pivots and working corrals for sorting, loading, and shipping.
The ranch is undeveloped and comes with two building permits.
The 1,168± acres have an elevation ranging from 2,800 ft at the West end of the valley floor and climb to 3,200 ft to the East end of the ranch towards Sugarloaf peak. Perimeter fenced and cross fenced for rotational grazing into dryland pastures and irrigated pastures. Four live springs used as stock water. Joslin Ditch delivers irrigation water from the Mann Creek Reservoir by way of a canal.
- 930± acres dryland grazing
- 172± acres irrigated pasture
- 64± acres alfalfa
The property includes two pivots and all hand lines for irrigating. Approximately 64± acres alfalfa under a full circle four tower pivot yielding 6t/acre (per owner). The other pivot is a quarter circle 4 tower pivot. The three-phase power and 25 horsepower pump run the two pivots. Mainline leading from the pump was plumbed for a 3rd pivot so the irrigation system can be expanded for the use of 3rd pivot to increase hay production. 134+- acres flood irrigated pasture by a gated pipe. 200± tillable acres previously dryland farmed. Food plots have also been historically planted, attracting wildlife. See hunting section.