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LOCATED IN MILLARD COUNTY, JUST MINUTES WEST OF I-15.
YOU CAN PURCHASE FROM 80 AC. TO 646 AC. THE 80 AC. PARCEL IS PRICED AT 100K. TOTAL PRICE FOR THE ENTIRE 646 AC. WHICH WORKS OUT TO BE $695 PER AC. SEVERAL DIFFERENT OPTIONS FOR DIFFERENT SIZED ACREAGE.
BEAUTIFUL MT. RANGE PROPERTY
BEAUTIFUL MT. RANGE PROPERTY. GREAT ACCESS, WELL MAINTAINED COUNTY ROAD. LOCATED JUST MINUTES OFF THE NORTH HOLDEN I-15 FREEWAY EXIT. OWNER IS A LICENSED REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Water: Cattle graze the Church Spring which flows through the corner of the Property. That spring's water rights are owned by the neighbor who uses it to irrigate below but Bandito Ranch has historically used that Spring to water livestock. There is no actual filed water right to the spring but it is a historical use that has probably created a "prescribed easement". There is a six acre parcel owned by Bandito Ranch for the specific purpose of accessing the Spring and the Owners and their neighbors must have contemplated its use years ago when the land was included as there is no other reason for its inclusion in Bandito but to water livestock.
Property borders Fish Lake National Forest on North and BLM on East. 3/4 mile frontage on the Sheep Trail Road. Easy access to I-15 - perhaps 5 -7 minutes.
Currently, the back 160 has been approved with the Fish and Wildlife Division to clean up and replan. NRCS will bring an implement and pay for the seed for the Project. Bandito will provide a CAT and an operator. Slated for Fall of 2010.
Topography: rolling hills and a few valleys. Sits up against Fish Lake National Forrest on its foothills. About 5000 feet elevation.
Wildlife: Elk, Deer, Turkey seen on property last year. typically, though - Deer and Turkey. Back gate provides immediate access to National Forrest and all its recreational opportunities.
Pasture: Cross fenced into 3 pastures. A North pasture, a South pasture, and a small middle pasture near the corrals and Spring intended for separating and catching Livestock. Corrals are outdated and could use a little repair, but have worked well for their intended purpose.
Other: There are trails on the tops of many of the ridges providing good recreational access. there is a fire pit on top of one of the highest points on the Ranch. Amazing 360 degree views. 50 acres of Rye were planted a few years ago with a continual re-seeding plan as the Ranch was a tired over grazed Ranch at the time of purchase. The Ranch has been used sparingly the past 3 years to allow for regrowth of much of the grasses that do so well up on those foothills.
This is a Special Ranch.
It is in S11-14, T19, R4W
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