5th Feb, 2016

New Mexico USFS Grazing Allotment 253 AU Ranch in the Magdalena Mountains

Muleshoe Ranch 1New Mexico USFS Grazing Allotment 253 AU Ranch in the Magdalena Mountains

We are excited to offer an opportunity to purchase this 253 Animal Unit allotment in the Cibola National Forest. This property is known as the Muleshoe Ranch, and is comprised of 160+/- deeded acres with a 19,400+/- acre USFS permit to graze 253 animal units of cattle yearlong. The ranch is located south of Magdalena and access is considered to be good. The beautiful Magdalena Mountains make up the eastern boundary of the ranch, with elevations from around 6,000′ up to over 10,000′. Terrain on the ranch varies from undulating open grama grass plains on the south to rolling piñon and juniper hillsides in the central and northwest with ponderosa pine on the east, taking you to the centerline of Magdalena Mountains Range.

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The ranch/allotment is fenced into six main pastures. Interior and exterior fencing is comprised generally of four and five strand barbed wire. Wire gates or cattle guards and two track roads provide access to all major pastures on the ranch. Fencing is functional and is considered to be in good to fair condition.

The water system is supplied by a newly drilled well thatproduced 60 GPM upon testing. This well provides water to 4 main pastures. Springs supplement the pipeline water system and earth stock tanks are scattered within pastures as an additional water source for livestock.

Not to be overlooked are the aesthetics of the Muleshoe Ranch. The Magdalena and the San Mateo Mountain Ranges both have peaks over 10,000’ in altitude. Their snowcapped peaks are spectacular in winter months. To the south lie the desert mountain ranges of the Fra Cristobal and the rugged Caballos both near Truth or Consequences.

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The ranch is located in the heart of New Mexico’s famous Unit 17. Year in and year out, this area produces tremendous bull elk and is considered to be one of the top trophy producing units for bull elk in the state. Free range bulls harvested in this unit have exceeded the magical 400 Boone and Crockett point mark making this unit a very highly sought after destination for elk hunters worldwide.

Other game calling the ranch home are bear, lion, bobcat, fox, coyote, and numerous small game species and birds.

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In summary, the historic Muleshoe Ranch has it all for the rancher looking for a scenic economical and easily operated livestock ranch. This working livestock ranch is priced to sell on today’s market at $1,350,000. If available and at the owner’s cost, are a limited amount of high quality Angus and Black Baldy cattle with Bulls that have grazed the ranch.

If you have been searching for a beautiful economical New Mexico livestock ranch of a reasonable price for you and your family, this offering deserves your attention.

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Would the owner of this ranch consider lease to own, we are very interested and this is the opportunity for my family and me.

I’m inquiries about the Muleshoe ranch that was mentioned on your blog page. My family is very interested in this ranch and we believe it would be a great opportunity for our family. My husband is a horse trainer and farrier. We live in the Hondo Valley area in Lincoln County. My question is would the owner or whomever would be willing to lease to own this ranch. We have been looking for a long time and see hope in this place. Thank you.

Is this ranch still available?

Sonny,
This ranch has sold. For all our current listings visit this link: http://chassmiddleton.com/properties/ranches-for-sale.html

Thank you for your interest!

What are the water rights, building restrictions and annual tax upon sale based on asking price.

Sorry, this property sold. Thanks for the inquiry.

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