Ironside Mountain Ranch

Ironside Mountain Ranch imparts the rare opportunity to have an exceptional multi-purpose piece of real estate. The lower elevations of the ranch at 3200 ft. provide good irrigated pastures with favorable opportunities for wintering livestock along with an updated feedlot. A series of rivers, streams and springs drain the upper country while traveling through the property. Approximately 31 miles of running water including portions of both the Malheur and Little Malheur Rivers. Over 667 acres of strong irrigation water rights supply pastures and riparian areas along the meandering river system. Middle elevation grazing is comprised of a mix of rangeland grasses with riparian areas scattered across the landscape to furnish a variety resources for livestock during late spring to mid-summer. BLM grazing allotments provide 7522 AUMS varying in use from April 1 October 30th. The ranch is currently leased out for 1400 cow/calf pairs. Seller maintained 2,200 head of replacement heifers and bulls in the feedlot. Seller believes the feedlot can possibly expand up to a capacity of 3,000 +/- head. Homes, working facilities, and shops are strategically located across the ranch. Remote yet easily accessible, this ranch practically sits at the end of the road. Approximately 4000 acres of mixed timber/juniper/mahogany forests with aspen riparians provide a mosaic of habitat diversity for both livestock and wildlife during the late summer months.The highest peak on Ironside Mountain is 7800 ft. and it is within the ranch boundaries. A cow camp complete with cabin and shed is located on the upper ranch. Steel livestock working corrals with weigh scales provide the option of shipping by horse trailer or semi truck loading at the end of the season from the high country. From roadless fly-fishing opportunities for rainbow trout along the North Fork of the Malheur River to higher elevation hunting in the timber mahogany forests, this ranch has a diversity of recreational opportunities. Hunting opportunities on the ranch are currently leased out to a qualified outfitter. The ranch has historically produced quality mule deer while also imparting opportunities for successful elk hunting.

The Whitney Land Company has been providing professional services for real estate in Oregon, the Pacific Northwest and throughout the Rocky Mountain states for more than 40 years.

Our group of dedicated brokers brings decades of experience with Oregon ranches, farms and commercial properties, as well as a diverse background in dealing with all types of agriculture from financing through production.

The agents at Whitney Land offer a wealth of knowledge in farming, banking and marketing that only years of first-hand experience in Oregon real estate can provide.

Ironside Mountain Ranch Whitney Land Company ironside-mountain-ranch Ironside Mountain Ranch imparts the rare opportunity to have an exceptional multi-purpose piece of real estate. The lower elevations of the ranch at 3200 ft. provide good irrigated pastures with favorable opportunities for wintering livestock along with an updated feedlot. A series of rivers, streams and springs drain the upper country while traveling through the property. Approximately 31 miles of running water including portions of both the Malheur and Little Malheur Rivers. Over 667 acres of strong irrigation water rights supply pastures and riparian areas along the meandering river system. Middle elevation grazing is comprised of a mix of rangeland grasses with riparian areas scattered across the landscape to furnish a variety resources for livestock during late spring to mid-summer. BLM grazing allotments provide 7522 AUMS varying in use from April 1 October 30th. The ranch is currently leased out for 1400 cow/calf pairs. Seller maintained 2,200 head of replacement heifers and bulls in the feedlot. Seller believes the feedlot can possibly expand up to a capacity of 3,000 +/- head. Homes, working facilities, and shops are strategically located across the ranch. Remote yet easily accessible, this ranch practically sits at the end of the road. Approximately 4000 acres of mixed timber/juniper/mahogany forests with aspen riparians provide a mosaic of habitat diversity for both livestock and wildlife during the late summer months.The highest peak on Ironside Mountain is 7800 ft. and it is within the ranch boundaries. A cow camp complete with cabin and shed is located on the upper ranch. Steel livestock working corrals with weigh scales provide the option of shipping by horse trailer or semi truck loading at the end of the season from the high country. From roadless fly-fishing opportunities for rainbow trout along the North Fork of the Malheur River to higher elevation hunting in the timber mahogany forests, this ranch has a diversity of recreational opportunities. Hunting opportunities on the ranch are currently leased out to a qualified outfitter. The ranch has historically produced quality mule deer while also imparting opportunities for successful elk hunting. Property Preview Real Estate Ranches https://easternoregonmarketplace.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/image_242143.jpgIronside Mountain Ranch , OR Oregon ,

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$19,887,447.00
Phone Number541-278-4444
Lot Size34407
AgencyWhitney Land Company
RealtorTravis Bloomer

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