New Mexico Mountain Property For Sale in Rio Arriba County

Location: The entrance to Hutch Curve is approximately 16 miles east of Tierra Amarilla on Highway 64.

Acres: 77.73 Deeded pristine mountain top acres

Terrain: Terrain varies from beautiful rolling open parks and meadows to moderately steep dense conifer forests to rolling solitary and mixed aspen stands. Primary grass forage is mountain brome, some timothy, native bluestem, and strawberry clover. In early summer, there are seas of wildflowers including wild blue iris, mountain columbine, daisies, yellow rose bushes, and sunflowers. Fall color views on the Hutch Curve are stunning, with Aspen gold’s and fire red colors dotting the gorgeous landscape below.

This property features quaking Aspen, Blue Spruce, and Douglas Fir.

Water: A deep spring fed trout lake is located on the western portion of the property.

Access: Paved highway frontage along HWY 64

Hunting/Recreation: Big game crossing the Hutch Curve from time to time consists of elk, mule deer, bear, and cougar, Merriam turkey and blue grouse. The ranch is currently enrolled in New Mexico’s E-Plus landowner elk system via the Small Contributing Ranch portion of the system.

Remarks: The name “Hutch Curve” is derived from its parent ranch that is still commonly known as the “Hutch”. Long ago, the owners surveyed their larger parcel into 4 separate tracts. This parcel makes up one of the parcels along US Highway 64 at the top of the ridge where the large teardrop curve takes place. Clearly the tract fits the name well. This parcel adjoins the larger portion of the Hutch, the High Timber Ranch, and the Hutch East tract.

We know of no other smaller parcels offered with the amenities of the Hutch Curve. Elevation lies at 10,500 feet. Again, we know of no other small parcels of real estate in New Mexico at this type of elevation where one can reach up and touch the stars at night and have the views of the lower aspen timber colors experience in the fall. Topping this off is the almost unheard of amenity of a spring fed lake where trout can live through a harsh New Mexico winter.

The Hutch Curve is a must have for an owner desiring a true mountain sanctuary to escape the hustle and bustle of crowded cities. Photos in this brochure do not give this ranch justice. An onsite visit to this unique property is required to fully appreciate this rare, one of a kind opportunity.

Price: This rare offering is priced to sell on today’s rising market at $4,000 per acre.

White Lake Ranch  77,111± Total Acres

Location: The White Lake Ranch is located northeast of Roswell, New Mexico.

Acres: 77,111± Total Acres (69,314± Deeded Acres)

4,477± NM State Lease Acres, 960± BLM Acres, 2,360± Uncontrolled/Free Use Acres

Terrain: The terrain is described as gently rolling hills and side slopes draining to several draws and low lying flat bottom lands. Elevations are approximately 3,900 feet in the flats, elevating to over 4,000 feet on the upland country. An elevated ridgeline, known as Railroad Mountain runs through the northern portion of the ranch in a west to east direction. This unusual geological feature has the appearance of an elevated railroad bed with substantial rock outcroppings throughout the side slopes of this elevated formation.

The White Lake Ranch supports a good mixture of native grasses, which are plentiful in the low-lying flats and more sparse throughout the elevated portions of the ranch. Low bush mesquite is common over much of the property and shin oak is found in the sandier areas of the property.

Water: Numerous large natural lakes and man-made earthen ponds are found throughout the ranch. Many of these ponds are considered generally dependable, as they receive substantial runoff from the higher elevations of the ranch. Additionally, there are several water wells developed on the property, along with pipelines and livestock drinkers. The two main water wells were recently tested for volume and both produced approximately 12-15 gallons per minute each.

Improvements: The ranch is fenced and cross fenced into approximately 10 pastures and much of the fencing is fairly new and in good overall condition. The ranch is also improved by several large sets of livestock pens, outbuildings and a small help house.

Hunting/Recreation: Under the current operation the ranch is running a cow/calf operation, but there are a lot of quail on the property, with antelope being common in the open plains country and mule deer in the sandier hilly country. Some additional supplemental income can be derived from hunting.

Remarks: No minerals are offered with the White Lake Ranch and old scattered oil production is located on portions of the property; however, this production has been phased out and there is little to no oil field activity on the property at this time. This area of New Mexico is located in a semi-arid climate with the average rainfall being approximately 12 inches. The growing season averages around 208 days.

Price: There is nothing fancy or scenic about the White Lake Ranch, but the property is extremely realistically priced at $200 per deeded acre, with the leases being assigned and transferred to the purchaser. As brokers, we are not aware of any other ranch available at this price in New Mexico. At this price, you will look long and hard to find a ranch that will compare to the White Lake Ranch.

Hamilton B3F Ranch For Sale in Motley County, Texas

Location: The property is located in northern Motley County, approximately 12 miles north of the ranching community of Matador.

Acres: 211.87 Acres

Terrain: Topography is generally level with small rolling hills. Soils are sandy in this area, and principally consist of a mix of Springer loamy fine sand and Miles loamy fine sand. This desirable blend of soil is ideal for wildlife due to a blend of shinnery and mesquite with scattered sage, hackberry other desirable wildlife browse. Sand plums are common, and this property has them in abundance.

Approximately 42 acres of this property, located on the far western portion, is very level and has been cleared of brush and seeded to an exceptional blend of improved grasses that include WW Spar, green sprangletop, blue grama, and side oats grama. This area offers good livestock grazing or would be very suitable to being planted to wheat or other grains for wildlife as a foodplot.

Water: This tract is watered by an electric submergible water well that feeds a concrete drinking trough, both located in the central portion of the property. The highlight of the property is a stocked fishing pond, complete with a small dock/platform that holds a fish feeder.

Irrigation quality water is known to be in the area. Currently, there is no irrigated land on this property, however, there is a large pivot irrigation system on an adjoining property.

Improvements: The property is fenced, and fences are generally in very good condition.

Access: Access is provided by graded, county maintained roads.

Hunting/Recreation: This tract is currently owned and operated by the Hamilton Family, an established family that has been involved in all aspects of agriculture, from farming and ranching to hunting. This quality tract joins some of the family’s game managed land, as well as other properties that have desirable wildlife habitat.

Remarks: This property offers good cattle and livestock grazing, good fences, electricity and well water, as well as exceptional wildlife habitat and a stocked fishing pond.

This area is widely recognized for quail production, and dove and other migratory bird hunting as well. Turkey are very common and huntable populations of both whitetail and mule deer are present. It is extremely uncommon to find such a combination.

Price: $1,175 per acre

Barrel & Indian Creek Ranch

Scenic Palo Duro Canyon Texas Panhandle Ranch For Sale Exceptional Cattle Ranching, Hunting & Recreation

Location: The Barrel and Indian Creek Ranch is located approximately 65 linear miles southeast of Amarillo, Texas, and 8 linear miles east of Silverton, Texas. The property contains over 50 square miles and offers some of the most stunning views of the scenic Palo Duro Canyon from all parts of the property.

Acres: 32,041.57 Acres

Terrain: The Barrel and Indian Creek Ranch is situated primarily within the Palo Duro Canyon. As the second-largest canyon system in the United States, the Palo Duro Canyon is roughly 120 miles long and has an average width of 6 miles, but reaches widths of 20 miles at places.

Due to the nature of the canyon, the Barrel and Indian Creek Ranch offers an extremely diverse topography which may actually be the most rugged topography of any large ranch property in the State of Texas. Beginning on the south end of the ranch, approximately 10% of the property is described as fairly level upland plains country, which dramatically descends to steep jagged canyon walls, rolling and hilly transitional country, and finally productive creek bottom country as the ranch nears the Prairie Dog Town Fork of the Red River along the north boundary of the property.

From the elevated uplands on the south portion of the property overwhelming panoramic views showcase the Palo Duro Canyon and the winding creek bottoms of Barrel and Indian Creeks.

Elevation change on the Barrel and Indian Creek Ranch is a spectacular 1,000 feet. The upper plains country has an elevation slightly above 3,200 feet. Along the canyon floor near the Prairie Dog Town Fork of the Red River, the elevation falls to approximately, 2,200 feet.

The ranch contains a good variety of native grasses along with desirable browse for wildlife. The native grass turf is in excellent condition over much of the ranch due to timely moisture this spring and a conservative stocking rate. Buffalograss and various grama grasses are found on the plains above the Caprock escarpment and on the flat, mid-level divides. The bottomland along Barrel and Indian Creeks supports tall and mid-level grasses, which include Indiangrass, Canada wild-rye, little bluestem and alkali sacaton. The canyon breaks have a scattered to sometimes dense canopy of juniper and mesquite, with wild plum thickets, cottonwood and hackberry trees being found along the bottom country.

A 4-year old, Reinke brand pivot sprinkler system is used to irrigate about 125 acres just north of the headquarters. Irrigation water to the pivot is provided by two wells with a total pumping capacity reported to be around 1,000 gallons per minute.

With over 3,000 acres of the ranch being located on the productive upland plains, additional land is suitable for cultivation and the irrigated portion of the property could be expanded to enhance the overall carrying capacity of the ranch.

The ranch has historically been utilized as a year round cow/calf operation with typical stocking rates of 500-600 cows, depending upon weather conditions and patterns. The ranch could also be utilized for seasonal grazing of yearlings.

Water: This property is considered to be very well watered. The ranch is primarily watered by several windmills and six wells equipped with electric submersible pumps. Well water cannot be located in some areas of the rugged canyon country. For this reason, an extensive waterline network with water storage reservoirs has been constructed. Some wells are located below the Caprock, but the majority of the water source comes from quality Ogallala water located on the upland plains. This quality and dependable water source supplies approximately 40 miles of buried waterlines used to transport well water to drinking troughs placed over many areas of the ranch. In addition to the water wells and waterlines, several dirt tanks have been constructed in places and several natural playa lake areas are found on the upland plains country.

Barrel and Indian Creeks meander in a north, north easterly direction through the ranch, eventually draining into the Praire Dog Town Fork of the Red River. Live water and/or water holes are common throughout the creeks. Several other seasonal creeks and springs are scattered around the ranch. Overall, the property is considered to be well watered.

Improvements: The ranch is improved by a nice headquarters located on the upland plains near the southern-most boundary. The headquarters house is a comfortable completely remodeled three bedroom, two bathroom home with attached garage. Other headquarter improvements include two large metal shops/barns and the main shipping pens, which are of pipe and sucker rod construction with a covered hydraulic squeeze chute and livestock scales. A 180′ x 400′ roping arena is located just off the main shipping pens. Several other good sets of working pens are located throughout the ranch.

Two additional houses are located near the rim, overlooking some of the most scenic portions of the Palo Duro Canyon. An older, completely remodeled three bedroom, two bath home and a nearly new two bedroom, two bath owner’s residence/lodge with a porch and attached two car garage offer comfortable housing for 10-12 people, if needed.

The Barrel and Indian Creek Ranch is fenced and cross fenced into approximately 14 pastures and traps. Overall, the fences are in fair to good condition. In some places, due to the rugged topography, canyon walls and rim rocks serve as natural boundaries and pasture divisions of the ranch.

The ranch has an extensive and well maintained network of ranch roads that transverse most all portions of the property. The current owner has taken great care to keep all roads in good operating condition in order to provide access to different parts of the ranch for both humans and livestock. The ranch also has a large on-site caliche pit that furnishes quality road material for major ranch roads throughout the property.

Access: Access to the property is provided by State Highway 256, which runs along the ranch’s southern boundary.

Hunting/Recreation: The wildlife features on the Barrel and Indian Creek Ranch are excellent and hunting in the area is known to be outstanding. Both mule deer and whitetail deer thrive in this area, as do aoudad sheep. Quail, turkey and bobcat are also very common. The ranch is enrolled in the MLDP (Managed Lands Deer Program) through the Texas Parks and Wildlife. Through this program, the ranch is able to hunt deer earlier and later than the general season, extending through the rut.

While demand for commercial hunting is substantial, during the current 40 year ownership no commercial hunting has been allowed. The only hunting on the ranch has been the owner’s family and close friends.

Remarks: The Barrel and Indian Creek Ranch represents one of the most scenic properties in the Texas Panhandle. The famous Palo Duro Canyon State Park is located up the canyon, northwest of the Barrel and Indian Creek Ranch. In our opinion, the Barrel and Indian Creek Ranch is actually more diverse and more scenic than the state park. To our knowledge, no other privately owned property in the canyon system compares to the Barrel and Indian Creek Ranch from the standpoint of diversity and scenic views. The existing road network and waterline network are a major plus for the property, and everything appears to be in good operable condition. This ranch has been well maintained and ready for the new owner to enjoy and operate.

Price:  This unique, long term ownership ranch is market priced at $750 per acre.

Very seldom does a ranch of this size and quality come on the market in this area of Texas. This offering includes 50% of the seller’s owned mineral rights, along with all wind generation rights. Currently, 5,869 acres, being primarily the upper plains country, are under an option agreement for the development of wind energy. This option agreement was entered into on Dec. 15, 2016 and is for a term of 5 years. The option payment is in the amount $17,606 per year.

If you are looking for a large, quality cattle, recreation/hunting ranch, the Barrel and Indian Creek Ranch deserves your immediate attention.

Main Headquarters Ranch Improvements

Owner’s Home

 

 

SNYDER FAMILY RANCHES

Long Term Family Ownership Texas Ranch For Sale Available in 6 Tracts in Callahan and Shackelford Counties

This is a very rare opportunity to purchase a portion of a long term family ownership ranch. For the first time ever, the Snyder Family, based out of Baird and Houston, has listed six tracts for sale which make up their family ranch ownership.

The Snyder Family started ranching in this area back in the 1870’s. Originally, the Snyder’s great-grandfather moved to this part of Texas and began buying property and running cows. Now, five generations later, the ranch is still under the ownership of the Snyder family and is still operated as a cow/calf ranch.

The ranch is available for purchase in 6 desirable tracts, each unique, all offering exceptional livestock production capabilities and hunting/recreation features.

All of these tracts are offered with 50% of the minerals included

100% of the executive leasing rights

100% of the wind energy rights

Headquarters Ranch  3,805 ± Acres  $10,654,000

The Headquarters Ranch is the heart of the entire operation and is comprised of the Chase and Hardy divisions combined. The Headquarters Ranch is accessed by paved highway frontage. There are two main sets of improvements located on the Headquarters Ranch, both easily accessible from the highway. The main ranch house and bunkhouse, horse barn and pens are located in the southwestern corner of the property and another ranch house and barn is located just to the north approximately 1/2 mile away.

Topography is generally influenced by Hubbard Creek, which flows through the western portion of the property for over two and one-half miles, and a high ridge that drops over 175’ located on the southeastern portion of the ranch.

Approximately 110-125 acres of land on the western portion of the property is currently in cultivation, generally planted to wheat.

The property is considered to be exceptionally well watered by Hubbard Creek and several large dirt tanks. Rural water has been piped to the property.

The Snyder Family Ranch Headquarters is realistically priced at $2,800 per acre. The property is offered with 50% of the owned minerals along with 100% of the executive leasing rights. The property will convey with 100% of the wind energy rights included.

Seales Pasture  1,143 ± Acres  $2,800,350

The Seales Pasture is a very desirable portion of the ranch, and is located just south of Baird in central Callahan County.

The Seales Pasture is accessed by deeded easement through another ranch. Two very scenic creeks flow through the property, one that has been dammed creating a lake that covers approximately 10 surface acres. This lake is shared with a neighbor, however, it appears most of the surface area is on the Snyder property. The overflow from this lake flows further down and ultimately drains into another creek, Pecan Bayou, which flows through the ranch for approximately 3/4 miles. Together, these two creeks offer over 1.5 miles of live water through the ranch. Both creeks have exceptional hardwood canopies and wildlife including deer and turkey thrive in these bottoms.

A set of wire pens is located on the southern portion of the property.

The Seales Pasture is realistically priced at $2,450 per acre. The property is offered with 50% of the owned minerals along with 100% of the executive leasing rights. The property will convey with 100% of the wind energy rights included.

Harris Pasture  1,331 ± Acres  $2,595,450

The Harris Pasture is a very desirable portion of the ranch, and is well located just north of Baird in northern Callahan County.

The Harris Pasture is accessed by paved highway frontage. Approximately 50 acres located on the eastern portion of the property is in cultivation, generally planted to wheat. The western portion of the property gains approximately 300’ of elevation on an elevated ridge.

The property is considered to be very well watered by several large dirt tanks. Rural water has been piped to the property and electricity is available on the ranch. A set of wire pens is located on the eastern portion of the property with good traps for livestock handling.

The Harris Pasture is realistically priced at $1,950 per acre. The property is offered with 50% of the owned minerals along with 100% of the executive leasing rights. The property will convey with 100% of the wind energy rights included, and the wind energy rights are currently leased. A copy of this lease is available for review by interested parties.

Cutbirth Pasture  1,270.49 ± Acres  $2,350,406.50

The Cutbirth Pasture is a very desirable portion of the ranch, and is well located just west of Cross Plains in southeastern Callahan County.

The Cutbirth Pasture is accessed by paved highway frontage. The major topographic influence is made up by two creeks that both drain in a generally southerly direction. These creek drainages adjoin on the property. Grass turf is in excellent condition.

The property is considered to be exceptionally well watered by the creeks and several large dirt tanks. Rural water has been piped to the property and electricity is available on the ranch. There is a good network of roads throughout the property that are generally in good condition.

A set of wire pens is located on the eastern portion of the property.

The Cutbirth Pasture is realistically priced at $1,850 per acre. The property is offered with 50% of the owned minerals along with 100% of the executive leasing rights. The property will convey with 100% of the wind energy rights included.

Dodson Pasture  854 ± Acres  $1,622,600

The Dodson Pasture is a very desirable portion of the ranch, and is located just west of Moran in historic Shackelford County.

The Dodson Pasture is accessed by a deeded easement through another ranch. The topography is diverse and is influenced by two main draws that generally slope towards Hubbard Creek. The property is considered to be very well watered by several large dirt tanks. Electricity is available on the ranch and there is a set of livestock working pens located on the western portion of the property.

The Dodson Pasture is realistically priced at $1,900 per acre. The property is offered with 50% of the owned minerals along with 100% of the executive leasing rights. The property will convey with 100% of the wind energy rights included.

Austin Pasture  670 ± Acres  $1,340,000

The Austin Pasture is a very desirable portion of the ranch, and is well located just west of Cross Plains in southeastern Callahan County.

The Austin Pasture is accessed by paved graded county road. The terrain on this property is generally level, sloping somewhat towards Rocky Branch, a draw located just west of the ranch.

The property is considered to be very well watered by several large dirt tanks. Rural water has been piped to the property and electricity is available on the ranch. A set of wire pens is located on the eastern portion of the property.

The Austin Pasture is realistically priced at $2,000 per acre. The property is offered with 50% of the owned minerals along with 100% of the executive leasing rights. The property will convey with 100% of the wind energy rights included.

 

 

Texas Rolling Plains Commercial Hunting Ranch For Sale in Stonewall County

TPWD MLD, Great Genetics in Deer Herd, New High Game Fence

Location: The property is located just west of Aspermont and fronts Highway 380 on the north and FM 2211 on the south.

Acres: 4,851.03 Acres

Terrain: The terrain is varied and offers approximately 200′ of topographic relief. A high ridge runs north to south along much of the western portion of the property. Cover along this portion of the ranch is generally provided by a combination of mesquite and cedar, with the remainder of the ranch having a often dense canopy of mesquite. Soils consist of a mixture of clay and sandy loam. Overall, the ranch supports a good variety of native grasses along with abundant varieties of browse, and the turf is in good condition.

Approximately a dozen foodplots have been established on the ranch, which are generally planted to wheat for wildlife grazing. These foodplots range in size from about 2 acres to 6.5 acres. A large cultivated field containing approximately 100 acres is located on the northern portion of the ranch, and another large field of approximately 14.5 acres is located on the southern portion of the ranch.

Water: Over the previous several years, the owner has spent countless man-hours developing new dirt tanks and cleaning out many older dirt tanks to enhance surface water on the ranch. Several new dirt tanks have been constructed that are currently over 30′ in depth. One new dam has recently been completed that was constructed to take advantage of a nearby spring. This large tank is currently about 1/3rd full, and when full, should cover close to 30 acres and be over 20′ deep.

The recent dirt work on the network of roads and dirt tanks was engineered to take advantage of the terrain features available, and designed to last. Several ponds were constructed to catch silt and other debris, allowing the flow of the water to slow and flow over spillways into the larger reservoirs. The very impressive infrastructure has to be seen as photos do not do it justice.

City water is available, and has been installed on the ranch. Currently, the ranch has a tap on a city waterline that runs down FM 2211. There is another city waterline that follows Highway 380 on the north side of the ranch that could be utilized if desired. The access to city water is extremely beneficial to the property, as underground water is difficult to find in this area.

Improvements: Besides the enhancements made to the ranch to benefit the wildlife, the ranch has further been improved by a very nice, almost new modular home that is located on a bluff overlooking the scenic southern portion of the property. This home contains three bedrooms and two baths and is ready to enjoy. The home is currently furnished, however, many of the furnishings will be removed prior to closing. To ensure the comfort of the new owner, the seller has agreed to make a concession of $20,000 at closing for new furniture. Other improvements to the property include a set of pipe livestock pens located in the southeastern portion of the property near FM 2211.

Hunting/Recreation: In 2016 this division of the D&D Whitetails Ranch was stocked with whitetail deer that were delivered from 10X Buck Ranch. At that time, twenty-one bred does, twenty-three 2.5 yr. old bucks and eleven doe fawns were released on this division of the ranch. Invoices indicate that over $150,000 was spent on the deer herd. Copies of invoices, along with Deer Breeder Program Transfer Permits are available. (Over 1,000 trail camera photos available by request.)

Multiple protein and corn feeders are in place, as well as quality elevated hunting blinds. The ranch has not been hunted since the installation of the new fence and delivery of the deer. The ranch is enrolled in the MLD Program through the Texas Parks and Wildlife, and the current owner will continue to maintain the requirements stipulated until the property sells and a new ownership can take over.

There is a high fenced trap located in the northwestern portion of the property that contains approximately 200 acres. This trap would be well suited to holding deer or exotic game.

Waterfowl is plentiful throughout the winter in this area and migratory bird hunting is generally considered to be very good. The large dirt tanks are a magnet to ducks and dove, and most have been stocked with fish. This area of the state is widely known for offering exceptional quail hunting as well.

Remarks: The D&D Whitetails Ranch is a truly ready to operate and enjoy quality hunting ranch. This property is well suited to be utilized as a commercial hunting operation, a corporate hunting ranch, or an exceptional retreat for family and friends. With drive times from the DFW Metro area being around three hours, an international airport at Lubbock and a regional airport at Abilene, the location of this property lends itself to frequent utilization. Additionally, there is a county airport at Aspermont.

Price: Offered basically turn-key, the ranch is very realistically priced at $1,450 per acre. With approximately 12 miles of nearly new perimeter fencing, a new home, exceptional water features and a quality deer program in place, this may be the most realistically priced ranch on the market! If you are in the market for a quality recreation ranch in this part of Texas, the D&D Whitetails Ranch definitely deserves your attention.

No minerals are available, however, the ranch is for sale with no reservations being made for wind energy production.

CONTACT: CHARLIE MIDDLETON

(806) 763-5331 office  (806) 786-0313 cell

CONTACT: CHARLIE MIDDLETON

(806) 763-5331 office  (806) 786-0313 cell

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Middle Arroyo Ranch in Lincoln County, New Mexico For Sale  21,126.44 +/- Total Acres

4,373 +/- Deeded Acres   15,161.75 +/- Acres of BLM   1,591.69 +/- Acres of NM State Lease

Location: The Middle Arroyo Ranch is located approximately 41 miles northwest of Roswell with access provided by Seven Rivers and Miller Crossing Roads off State Road #246 (West Pine Lodge Road).

This quality grazing ranch contains 33+/- sections, is located in Lincoln County (80 acres Chaves County)

Terrain: Elevations on the Middle Arroyo Ranch vary from 4.450 ft. to 5,000 +/- ft. The headquarters is located at 4,712 ft. This is a four season ranch unit with 9 pastures and 3 traps. Fencing is in average condition with a majority being net wire and 5 strand barb wire on steel posts. Access to all pastures is convenient via the maintained ranch roads traversing the unit. Rainfall average in this area is 12-14 inches.

Primary grass forages on the ranch are gramma varieties and tabosa. Many other palatable annuals dot the landscape throughout the year depending on season. Walnut Draw bisects the ranch and small canyon drainages provide many varieties of desirable browse forage plants. These draws provide livestock protection from the occasional winter snow storm.

Water: The Middle Arroyo Ranch is very well watered with eight total wells. Six of the wells are on electricity with submersible pumps. Two wells are equipped solar pumps. There are eight storage reservoirs that assist in supplying water to the numerous pipeline drinkers located throughout the ranch. A majority of the livestock waterings on the Middle Arroyo Ranch are large black rubber tire drinkers, which are generally very long lasting and durable. Well depth averages 500 ft. One of the headquarters’ wells reportedly pumps 30 gallons per minute and water quality is very good.

Access: Access is provided by graded county roads.

Improvements: The ranch headquarters includes a beautiful owner’s home, guest house, manager’s home, shop/feed barn, livestock shed and an efficient heavy duty set of pipe shipping pens with scales.

The hacienda style one-story owner’s home contains 2,100 +/- sq. ft. and features beautiful wood floors and an open floorplan. This three-bedroom, two-bath home includes a 650 +/- sq. ft. open carport. In addition, a 700 +/- sq. ft. two bedroom, one-bath guesthouse is located across the back porch of the main house. Covered front and rear porches complete this well-built stylish New Mexico home. The 1,450 +/- sq. ft. manager’s home features three-bedroom with two-full baths and an open carport. The shop includes a small attached equipment shed. The large barn has an attached tack room. A single wide mobile home is on site for an additional laborer or hunters. The Headquarter structures are well maintained and in great operating/living condition.

Well-constructed pipe shipping/working pens at the headquarters are equipped with a loading chute and set of livestock scales. These pens are equipped with working/sorting alleys and a squeeze chute allowing for easy working/processing cattle. The pens offer convenient access for cattle trucks coming in to load/unload livestock. A panel arena is located off the working pens for those times when you want to practice your roping.

Hunting/Recreation: There are many species of wildlife calling the Middle Arroyo Ranch home. The primary big game species are mule deer and Barbary sheep (aoudad). There are lots of quail on this ranch. Other wildlife species include pronghorn antelope, bobcat, fox and of course the pesky coyote.

Remarks: The Middle Arroyo Ranch has a historic estimated maximum grazing potential of 450 Animal Units. The ranch is perfectly balanced with beautiful open rolling productive rangeland, excellent headquarter improvements, and highly functional range infrastructure.

Price: The Middle Arroyo Ranch is market priced at $3,750,000 (BLM and NM State lands included). This well improved, well-watered, mild climate ranch is a “must see” for the buyer searching for great livestock grazing with reasonable access to the community of Roswell, NM.

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Lillie Belle Ranch :: 1,658 Acres in Burnet County, Texas For Sale

Location: The ranch is approximately 15 miles from Lampasas and an equal distance from Burnet.

This property is located at the juncture of two of the largest ranch holdings in the area, being joined by a 21,000 acre ranch along the west and a portion of the north boundary, and a 10,000 acre ranch along the south boundary.

Acres: 1,658 +/- Acres

History: This Hill Country ranch has been in the same family for over 80 years.

The ranch’s namesake was Lille Belle Moore White Oliver, 1901-1988. She was a direct descendent of the Huling & Bean Families who helped settle Lampasas County. Lillie Belle & her first husband, Jack White, owned or operated several large ranches in northwest Burnet & Lampasas Counties. Jack & Lillie Belle purchased this property in the 1930’s. After Jack’s death in 1941, Lillie Belle continued to operate the ranch by herself, and later with her second husband, Kyle Oliver, from 1946 until 1961.

Lillie Belle raised two nieces. One niece, Lillian Carol Moore, married Waymon Davis in 1955 and moved to Lampasas in 1961 to take over operation of the ranch. They raised their family here and Waymon and his youngest son, Ronny, have continually operated the ranch ever since.

The ranch has been managed for livestock production with whitetail deer hunting being an important part of the management for many years.

Terrain: The terrain is rolling and diverse with elevations ranging from 1,450 feet to 1,570 feet. The ranch is predominately rolling live oak savannah with large live oak trees throughout. There are also small areas of post oak and cedar adding to the diversity of the ranch. The property has numerous earthen ponds, some of which are spring fed except during the extremely dry part of the year. A deep draw forms on a portion of the ranch. This scenic feature is the beginning
of what later becomes the North Fork of Morgan Creek, which flows into Lake Buchanan some 6.5 miles to the south.

The brush and tree cover is scattered to fairly dense in places with a desirable blend of fairly open country transitioning to areas with moderate to fairly dense cover, offering outstanding habitat for wildlife, but still maintaining good grass cover. The ranch has a good mixture of palatable native grasses, with the predominate grasses being Texas Winter Grass, Mesquite Grass, Bermuda Grass, several varieties of Grama, Bluestem and a favorable mix of Forbs. Soils are stony clay and loamy soils underlain by limestone. The ranch is fenced and cross fenced into four pastures with barbed wire and net wire fencing. There is approximately 0.75 miles of high fencing along a portion of the perimeter.

Water: The ranch is considered to be well watered with livestock and wildlife water provided by earthen ponds in each of the pastures and a water well with storage. The water is piped to troughs that provide additional water to three of the four pastures. Other water features include several seasonal springs.

Access: Access to the property is provided by paved county road.

Improvements: Structural improvements on the ranch are modest and consist of a hunting cabin with electricity and water.

Hunting/Recreation: The ranch is loaded with wildlife that are native to the area including whitetail deer, turkey, bobcats and varmints of all kinds. Non-native species including Blackbuck antelope and feral hogs are commonly viewed on the ranch. Axis deer and Aoudad are also seen on occasion. For fishermen, the many earthen ponds on the ranch provided excellent opportunities.

Remarks: This outstanding Hill Country ranch is located in a sought-after area being less than an hour’s drive from Austin and approximately 2 hours from San Antonio.

The annual property taxes for 2016 were approximately $2,500 or $1.50 per acre.

Price: The ranch is priced to sell at $2,800 per acre ($4,642,400).

One quarter (25%) of the minerals currently owned will convey. It is believed that a majority of the minerals are owned by the sellers.

Dwain Nunez

New Agent for New Mexico

I Graduated from Las Cruces High School in 1977 and graduated from ENMU on May 10, 1991 with a degree in Accounting. I was raised in various parts of NM from Tucumcari, Cuba, Santa Fe, Portales and Las Cruces. I grew up in a ranching and farming family setting. My grandparents owned a ranch West of Roswell until my grandmother’s death in 2000. I ranched in the Quay Valley for 10 years. In 1996, I moved my family closer to town and closer to the Farm Credit office.

My wife and I reside in Placitas, NM. I am married and have two grown children and two grandchildren. I enjoy my time with my family the most. I also enjoy hunting, fishing and working (believe it or not).

I enjoy being involved in the community. In the past I have been involved with Associates of Commerce and Industry, NM Junior Livestock Foundation, New Mexico Ag Leadership and the Presbyterian Hospital board serving on the finance committee. I also served as a board member on the Quay county fair and volunteered for the Elks bingo and gaming committee, Tucumcari Economic Development Committee and the Mesa Tech Rodeo Board/advisory committee.

I worked for Farm Credit of New Mexico for 25 years starting in 1991. I began my career with Farm Credit in the Tucumcari office as a loan officer and took over management in 1999. I transferred to Albuquerque in 2000 and became Branch Manager of the Albuquerque/Tucumcari offices in 2004. My primary goal was to provide agriculture-related financing to the northern half of New Mexico. Over the course of my career, I established long-term relationships with customers throughout the United States including Hawaii.

My personal goals include making the dreams of others come true. I like working with people to fulfill their dreams such as first time buyers, expansion of existing agricultural operations and bringing their children back into their family business. I like working with new and existing customers in acquiring property or helping them sell their property. I like the challenges in marketing and building relationships with new or existing customers. The personal reward of making and landing the ‘big deals’ is motivating and inspires me to set higher goals. It’s personally rewarding to see all customers reach their goals.

I have had the opportunity to work with many brokers, title companies and attorney’s over the past 25 years. The single largest real estate broker I have been fortunate to work with is Chas. S. Middleton and Son. We have formed a working relationship that has played a large part in my successful career. I have been given the opportunity to continue to work with Chas. S. Middleton and Son, which will allow me to continue to work with people looking to buy or sell agriculture property. I will bring with me my business and personal relationships, knowledge of financing, thorough understanding of ranching and farming and familiarity of the many ranches in New Mexico.

I look forward to this new chapter of my life and will continue to work with long-time customers and establish new relationships. This is a great time to be involved in the agricultural industry in and around New Mexico. The opportunities available to buyers and sellers is unlike anywhere else in the U.S. and I’m excited to be a part of it.

Feel free to contact Dwain for your real estate needs.

Cell Phone: 505.236.7868

Email: dwain@csmandson.com

Hutch Septima Ranch For Sale in the Mountains of Rio Arriba County, New Mexico

Location: The ranch is approximately 16 miles east of Tierra Amarilla on Highway 64.

Acres: The Acme Ranch is comprised of 5,463 +/- Deeded Acres.

Terrain: The Hutch Septima is comprised of two physically separated parcels making up the 5,464 acres. The Hutch portion is located immediately off Highway 64 at the highest elevations of the Brazos Ridge. The Septima portion is located SE of the Hutch. It is accessed via private easement and is estimated to encompass 1,600 pristine acres at the end of the road. This parcel adjoins the Carson National Forest on its south and west boundaries. The lowest elevations run 9,750 +/- feet and the highest elevations run 10, 650 +/- feet. Terrain varies from beautiful rolling open parks and meadows to moderately steep dense conifer forests to rolling solitary and mixed aspen stands. Primary grass forage is mountain brome, some timothy, native bluestem, and strawberry clover. In early summer, there are seas of wildflowers including wild blue iris, mountain columbine, daisies, yellow rose bushes, and sunflowers. Fall colors on the Hutch Septima are stunning.

Tree canopies throughout the property consist of quaking Aspen, Blue Spruce, Douglas Fir, and many more. The Hutch Septima Ranch includes stands of merchantable timber within its borders that have 12 inch diameters at breast height. While there is no recent timber cruise available, there is sufficient reason to believe that there is inherent timber value on the ranch.

The historical operation of Hutch Septima Ranch has been cattle grazing and big game hunting. Over time, grazing yearlings or mother cows with calves has been the primary livestock tenure. The condition, quality, and quantity of the grass production is superb. The owners believe that balanced grazing of mountain acclimated cows and calves or yearlings is reasonable given the wildlife feed requirements on the ranch.

Water:
The water sources on Hutch Septima include innumerable natural springs, Rio de Tierra Amarilla Creek, which originates on this property, and another stream that is near the main cabin. Springs on the ranch provide ample water in earth tanks for livestock which also attract wildlife. Small wetland areas are scattered throughout property. The two main streams flow year round – high in early summer and lower in late summer. These headwaters ultimately drain into the Chama River. There are a couple of larger ponds on the ranch that we believe, with a modern aeration system, could support trout for fun filled fishing. Rio de Tierra Creek is a native cutthroat fishery at its upper reaches. Because these streams are small, one must have stealth and good presentation techniques to get one of these fish to take your fly.

Access: Access is provided by paved highway frontage.

Improvements: The Septima portion is improved with a large cabin at one site and a smaller cabin approximately 1/4 mile away. Both are set up to allow for an efficient elk hunting operation.

Hunting/Recreation: Besides fishing in the creeks and streams, the ranch offers exceptional hunting opportunities. Big game hunting on the ranch consists of bull elk, buck mule deer, bear, and cougar. Merriam turkey and grouse are present throughout the ranch as well. The ranch is currently enrolled in New Mexico’s E- Plus landowner elk system. This year the ranch will receive 16 bull elk, 7 either sex archery elk, and 10 antlerless (cow) elk authorizations. An owner can run his or her own hunting operation or lease the hunting rights to a reputable outfitter on a cash lease basis.

Additional recreational amenities nearby include Abiquiu, El Vado, Heron and Hopewell Lakes. Approximately 30 miles north of The Hutch Septima lies the community of Chama and the famous Chama to Antonito narrow gauge railroad train ride. Winter time brings a different beauty and opportunity for cross country skiing and snowmobiling.

Approximately fifty miles east, via highway 64, sits Taos, the world famous art colony, Indian pueblo, and renowned Taos Ski Valley. Going north and west a bit more is Pagosa Springs Colorado and Wolf Creek Pass. Santa Fe is an easy 2 hour drive south. Albuquerque, New Mexico’s largest metro, is 150 miles south of and offers all the services needed, including an international airport.

Remarks: The Hutch Septima is a must have for anyone needing a mountain sanctuary. This ranch offers beauty, an excellent location, hunting, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, and unbelievable beauty under the stars at night, and physical views are breathtaking. The photos do not do it justice.

Price: The Hutch Septima Ranch is a one of a kind property. Ownership of ranch property at this type of elevation is rare. The Hutch Septima provides privacy, beauty, recreation, live water, and a bit of cash flow via hunting and grazing. This rare offering is priced to sell on today’s rising market at $1,850 per acre. If you have been searching for a beautiful northern New Mexico ranch this offering deserves your utmost consideration.

The ranch lies within a special zone of protection under a comprehensive set of stringent land use regulations due to the live springs and streams, which render mineral development impracticable. Real Estate taxes on the Hutch Septima Ranch were $2,580 in 2016.

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