Upstream Timber and Cattle Ranch is 1,215.49± acres, consisting of excellent timber-growing ground holistically managed with grazing and hunting as tools to keep the timber production sustainable. Timber in the area will see growth rates as high as 10% per year. Upstream Timber and Cattle Ranch has cultivated and natural Douglas fir stands that are staggered in age, making trees you can harvest next year and on a schedule for years to come. Located in southwest Oregon’s Coastal Mountain Range, this property has a topography beneficial to wildlife, livestock, and trees alike. The ranch provides excellent habitat for Roosevelt elk, boasting a resident herd of around 40 head, blacktail deer, black bear, cougar, turkey, doves, ruffed grouse, and quail. Trophy-class elk and deer have been harvested from this ranch!
As an added benefit to timber production, the property’s income potential can be increased and diversified by cattle grazing, which can assist in undergrowth management, reduce thinning labor expenses, and provide nutrients to support soil health. Approximately 100 head of beef cows are wintered and calve on the ranch, with minimal winter-feeding requirements. The seeding of annual and perennial ryegrass, New Zealand white clover, orchard grass, fescue, and sub-clover assist the native grasses in providing nutritious grazing for livestock and game animals alike.
Two dwellings can potentially become primary residences, part-time owner residences, caretaker quarters, or rentals. A historic barn, storage sheds, detached equipment storage, dog kennels, and a good set of cattle working corrals round out the ranch improvements.
If you are looking for a rural real estate investment with a diversified and sustainable income stream that also provides privacy, solitude, and excellent recreational opportunities, is only minutes to town for goods and services, and lies only 46± minutes to the world-renowned beachfront town of Bandon, Upstream Timber and Cattle Ranch might be the answer for you.