Located in a quiet, traditional ranching community, Wood Creek Ranch is a compact, productive ranch with stored irrigation water from the Unity Reservoir. Wild meadows and alfalfa are irrigated by gated pipe, flood, and wheel lines. There is a good home up off the valley floor with great views. A forest permit for 185 cows is available from June to October 15. This great ranch will run 200+ cows with reliable water and feed. It’s located 35 miles from Baker and 10 miles from Unity. There are great schools in both places. This is a hard-to-find meadow ranch with a permit.
Hereford is an unincorporated community in Baker County. Hereford lies along the Burnt River, southwest of Baker City, Oregon. It is on Oregon Route 245 northeast of its intersection with U.S. Route 26 in Unity. Hereford, Oregon is located 35± miles southwest of Baker City, Oregon, 55± miles East of John Day, Oregon, and 88± miles northwest of Ontario, Oregon.
Fishing in the Unity Reservoir: A large, 974± acre reservoir (full pool) located 3± miles N of the town of Unity along Hwy 7; a popular trout, bass, and crappie angling waterbody; stocked annually with over 100 thousand Rainbow fingerling.
Fishing in the Higgins Reservoir: A 100± acre waterbody (full pool) located 5± miles NE of the town of Unity or 5± miles directly east of Unity Reservoir; via a very primitive road; stocked with Rainbow fingerling, large trout (14”+) not uncommon during non-drought years.
Fishing in Burnt River, South Fork: Approximately 3± miles of public land access, beginning 6± miles SW of the town of Unity; stocked twice, late April-May, with catchable Rainbow Trout.
Hunting and Wildlife: Elk & Deer Land Owners Permits (Buyer to confirm with ODFW).