Just dropped from $185,000 to $149,000.
It does have a neighbor issue, but it's the neighbor's problem with the State Water Engineer. Basically, neighbor thinks he owns all the water in the county. But State Water Engineer has already denied all of his applications for the county including this water. But He's still trying to fight the water engineer's decision. It's been denied twice this year. So, basically, you would have the rights. And he keeps bugging the water engineer's office. They told me to not worry about it.
OBO or trades for property in Eldorado County, Placer County, Amador County, Calaveras County, or Sacramento County, CALIFORNIA.
Must be suitable for cattle. don't care about house. Willing to also do a trade for our property and we pay you a little more for yours if it's perfect!
This is a full section in the Majuba Canyon Allottment in Imlay, Nevada in Pershing County. This is PRIME Chukar and Pronghorn (AND MULE DEER) area with wild mustangs running through the area twice a year. There is BLM on all four sides. The property is recently fenced. Easy access for a 4WD vehicle although 2wd is possible in summer. The county road goes through the property. A Pond is on the property and is perennial. Water rights will be owned by current owner for a very small lease each year or sold at small additional price. Owner keeps mineral rights or sells at additional price. The pronghorn just sit there as you walk. This property can hold 45head of cattle and has cattle on it now. It can hold 12 head of horses all year round! It has an amazing horse trail to the top for a view of a lifetime! The property will be planted by owner in buffalo grass, tiffany teff grass, and fescue grasses this winter. You can keep things out, keep things in, hunt all you want, or just enjoy Antelope peak views of Lovelock to the south, and Idaho to the north! It's purely amazing.
Need a Quick Sale so make offers!
Company / Farm:
- We are a small family farm not out to make millions, but rather to be a sustainable keystone in our community. We started in Wisconsin with our cattle and horses and pigs. We have moved to Northern California where do most of our business now. We run about 60 head of beef cattle (registered and commercial) herefords and Texas Longhorns, along with several ranch horses, including paints, quarter horses, appaloosas, POAs, and a thoroughbred stallion. We still have pigs, although our numbers are considerably down from the 300+ pigs to our mere three adults.
Again, we are happy to do business with new clients and friends... All of our proceeds go to helping our community (and some back to us to feed and pay for the animals we love).
Please contact us for more information.