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14,680 acres Roy, NM $3,800,000

14,680 acres Roy, NM

Harding County Elza Pollard Texas Sunbelt Services, Inc.

Type: Acreage w/House

SO RANCH Harding County, New Mexico Location/Access: Northeastern New Mexico is well known for its reputation of solid turfed, strong grass production and good gains on cattle. Located just 7 miles north of the small community of Roy and just east of Mills. Accessed via State Road 120 or State Road 39 and then several miles of County Roads to the Headquarters. The Ranch is not all contiguous; it is in three units separated by 1/2 mile and 1 mile. County Roads provide good access to all parts of the Ranch and are available for moving cattle from unit to unit. Size: Approximately 6,280 Acres of Deeded Land Approximately 7,760 Acres of National Grasslands Approximately 640 Acres of State Lease Land 14,680 Acres of Total Land or approximately 23 Sections Elevation: 5,900 feet to 6,220 feet Precipitation: 15.21 inches (1931 to 1966) Terrain: Rolling Hills to gently sloping to almost level Growing Season: 165 Days; May 1 to October 13 Vegetation: A good variety of cool and warm season grasses are present, providing a good balance of nutritious feed. Primary grasses include Blue Gramma, Side-Oats Gramma, Mesa Dropseed, Buffalo-Grass, Bluestem, etc. Annual weeds that usually come rapidly in the Spring or following a Summer rain also provide good feed. Improvements: There are two Headquarters each has an older residence in need of some repair, one has a good corral with scales and a barn structure built around two boxcars with a metal roof, serves as storage and equipment or airplane hangar. There are 13 pastures and 3 small traps. Fences are in good condition. Water is provided by 3 wells equipped with submersible pumps and 4 wells equipped with windmills, one of which is a partnership well. The wells equipped with submersible pumps supply pipeline systems that distribute the water to all parts of the Ranch, making it very adequately watered with about 20 water drinking troughs. Operation / Carrying Capacity: Is rated at 250 to 300 Animal Units (AUs) or 800 to 1,200 Yearlings for 4 to 6 months or some combination of Cows and Yearlings. A Yearling is rated at .7 of an AU or 1.43 Yearlings can be run for an AU, governed by the U.S. Forest Service who administrated the National Grasslands. A good review of the map will illustrate how most of the National Grasslands is fenced into pastures with no or very little deeded land included in those pastures. The arrangement is by design. The U.S. Forest Service is ultra conservative in their grazing practices but the cost of grazing on these lands is very, very reasonable, in recent years it has been $1.35/AU or $1.35/Yearling/Month. Grazing is also restricted to 6 months per year in any pasture and they require rotation of the pastures over the years. Of course all of that usually creates more grass and the cattle usually do very well; including this year with the drought conditions prevailing for the second year in a row. Good Yearlings usually gain 250 to 300 pounds and Calves usually weigh on top of 500 pounds. Price: $3,800,000.00 Terms are Cash. Seller will be doing a 1031 Exchange and Buyer will be requested to cooperate with said exchange but at no additional expense nor liability to Buyer. Remarks: This is a nice operation for cows or yearlings. The SO Ranch is easy to operate and care for your cattle. Roy is a small town but has a good school system. Most of this area runs Yearlings rather than Cows. Winters are not always bad but can be and most of this area lacks good Winter protection; but again, many of the local ranchers run Cows are a combination of Cows and Yearlings. Click the 'Helpful Files' tab above to download Information Packet.

14,680 acres Roy, NM $3,800,000

14,680 acres Roy, NM

Harding County Tye Terrell Terrell Land & Livestock

Type: Acreage w/House

SO RANCH Harding County, New Mexico Location/Access: Northeastern New Mexico is well known for its reputation of solid turfed, strong grass production and good gains on cattle. Located just 7 miles north of the small community of Roy and just east of Mills. Accessed via State Road 120 or State Road 39 and then several miles of County Roads to the Headquarters. The Ranch is not all contiguous; it is in three units separated by 1/2 mile and 1 mile. County Roads provide good access to all parts of the Ranch and are available for moving cattle from unit to unit. Size: Approximately 6,280 Acres of Deeded Land Approximately 7,760 Acres of National Grasslands Approximately 640 Acres of State Lease Land 14,680 Acres of Total Land or approximately 23 Sections Elevation: 5,900 feet to 6,220 feet Precipitation: 15.21 inches (1931 to 1966) Terrain: Rolling Hills to gently sloping to almost level Growing Season: 165 Days; May 1 to October 13 Vegetation: A good variety of cool and warm season grasses are present, providing a good balance of nutritious feed. Primary grasses include Blue Gramma, Side-Oats Gramma, Mesa Dropseed, Buffalo-Grass, Bluestem, etc. Annual weeds that usually come rapidly in the Spring or following a Summer rain also provide good feed. Improvements: There are two Headquarters each has an older residence in need of some repair, one has a good corral with scales and a barn structure built around two boxcars with a metal roof, serves as storage and equipment or airplane hangar. There are 13 pastures and 3 small traps. Fences are in good condition. Water is provided by 3 wells equipped with submersible pumps and 4 wells equipped with windmills, one of which is a partnership well. The wells equipped with submersible pumps supply pipeline systems that distribute the water to all parts of the Ranch, making it very adequately watered with about 20 water drinking troughs. Operation / Carrying Capacity: Is rated at 250 to 300 Animal Units (AUs) or 800 to 1,200 Yearlings for 4 to 6 months or some combination of Cows and Yearlings. A Yearling is rated at .7 of an AU or 1.43 Yearlings can be run for an AU, governed by the U.S. Forest Service who administrated the National Grasslands. A good review of the map will illustrate how most of the National Grasslands is fenced into pastures with no or very little deeded land included in those pastures. The arrangement is by design. The U.S. Forest Service is ultra conservative in their grazing practices but the cost of grazing on these lands is very, very reasonable, in recent years it has been $1.35/AU or $1.35/Yearling/Month. Grazing is also restricted to 6 months per year in any pasture and they require rotation of the pastures over the years. Of course all of that usually creates more grass and the cattle usually do very well; including this year with the drought conditions prevailing for the second year in a row. Good Yearlings usually gain 250 to 300 pounds and Calves usually weigh on top of 500 pounds. Price: $3,800,000.00 Terms are Cash. Seller will be doing a 1031 Exchange and Buyer will be requested to cooperate with said exchange but at no additional expense nor liability to Buyer. Remarks: This is a nice operation for cows or yearlings. The SO Ranch is easy to operate and care for your cattle. Roy is a small town but has a good school system. Most of this area runs Yearlings rather than Cows. Winters are not always bad but can be and most of this area lacks good Winter protection; but again, many of the local ranchers run Cows are a combination of Cows and Yearlings.
 

6,246 acres Logan, NM $2,000,000

6,246 acres Logan, NM

Harding County Tye Terrell Terrell Land & Livestock

Type: Acreage

TEN SECTION HUNTING RANCH HARDING COUNTY, NEW MEXICO The Ten Section Ranch is located in the extreme southwestern corner of Harding County, about 20 miles west of the small community of Logan. This location would be well-defined as out in the middle of nowhere! It should be noted, that I've been told that Harding County, New Mexico is the least populated County in the United States, however, I have not verified that fact? Logan is located on U.S. Highway 54 and is home to Ute Lake State Park, one of the major lakes in the State providing fishing and boating activities. Exceptional scenic character is one of the first thoughts that come to mind when one first views this Ranch; the rugged, rock lined canyons and rimrocks and tremendous panoramic views of the lower bordering grass plains, all combine to allow the owner a feeling of grandeur and solitude. Ideal wildlife habitat is present on virtually every acre of the Ranch. Comprised of mesa land formations with numerous intermittent canyons and predominant rimrocks combine to create this dramatic topography. Elevation varies constantly from acre to acre. The highest point on the Ranch is 5000 feet and the lowest is 4,400 feet. But numerous intermittent canyon bottoms to mesa ridges are again, constant thorough-out the Ranch and they range in elevation from 50 feet to 150 feet. The predominant mesa rim is close to 4,900 feet in elevation and creates the major visual characteristic of this region for many miles. This land formation is a portion of the extreme southeastern area of the Las Vegas Plateau. This Plateau is formed from the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of north-central New Mexico to the lower plains of east-central New Mexico. The formation rises 300 to 700 feet from the lower plains to the rim of the Plateau for well over 150 miles as it meanders from just southwest of the community of Las Vegas to the east and basically evens out in the general area southwest of Clayton. The climate, vegetation, growing season and precipitation varies dramatically from the lower plains to the higher points on top of the Plateau. The dramatic terrain combined with the wide variety of highly nutritious, mixed vegetation creates a ideal habitat for wildlife. The area in general supports a very wide range of big game animals including Mule Deer, Pronghorn Antelope, Bear, Mountain Lion, Barbary Sheep and Elk along with smaller game being Coyotes, Rabbits and birds including Turkey, Quail, Dove and Ducks. Most of these wildlife species are present on the Ten Section Hunting Ranch but not commonly found are the Barbary Sheep, Elk nor Antelope. The actual hunting of the wildlife is defined as: ever changing and challenging provided by of this rugged and beautiful landscape. Keep in mind, in addition to this wide array of hunting opportunities, Ute Lake is only about 20 miles away providing fishing and boating activities, not that common in New Mexico. Water is provided by three wells equipped with windmills. A fourth well is present at the historic headquarters area; this well has not been pumped in many years and the history of its production is not known. However, the presence of a swimming pool at the house makes one believe it was at one time a good strong well. There are also over 18 dirt tanks on the Ranch that usually provide good supplemental waterings. The headquarters was abandoned back in the 1960s and is in very poor condition. Vegetation includes: a wide variety of grasses; Black Gramma, Blue Gramma, Sideoats Gramma, several Bluestems, Buffalo Grass, New Mexico Feathergrass, etc., browses include primarily Oak Brush, along with Apache Plume, Four-wing Saltbush, Winter Fat, Morman Tea and Mountain Mahogany. Trees are mainly Juniper (commonly called Cedars) Trees and some Pinon Pine Trees. Also found are Mesquite, various Cactus plants and annual weeds. This wide range of plants combine to provide a good balance of vegetation for the wildlife for forage and for protection. Direct access to the Ranch is very limited which adds to the privacy and once there, the solitude of the property. We might mention that the vast majority of this general region is comprised of large (20,000 acre to 300,000 acre) cattle ranches with very few towns of any size. As a result, not many roads are present in this region of the State, especially paved highways. State Highway 39 is the only paved highway servicing the immediate area. To access the Ranch, take State Highway 39 from Logan, go north for only about 3 miles toward Mosquero, then go west on Trigg Road a County maintained road for about 17 miles; at this point a private bladed road across the Grantors Ranch provides the main and only insurable access to the Ranch for about another 3 miles to the extreme south end of the Ten Section Ranch. There are no public roads that accesses any point or part of the Ten Section Ranch. The Ranch is kept and will be kept locked up and there will be at least one locked gate as one leaves the County Road crossing the Grantors Ranch along the restricted and private right-of-way for the 3 miles. The Ranch contains approximately 5,000 Acres of Deeded Land and 1,246 Acres of State Lease Land. As you will see by studying the attached map, the State Land is scattered or intermingled within the Ranch; again with no public access to the State Lands. This enables the Ranch to function as if it was 100% Deeded. The Ten Section Ranch is very realistically priced at $400 per Deeded Acre or $2,000,000.00. The Ranch is currently assessed with the County as a livestock grazing land and taxes are about 10 cents per acre. The State Lease costs less than $1,200 per year. There is electric and telephone services available to the Ranch. The Seller would like to discuss with the Buyer the feasibility of placing restrictions on the Ranch which would limit future small divisions of the Ranch. This property is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal from the market. All information is from sources deemed reliable, but is not warranted by the Broker nor the Seller. We welcome a prospective Buyer to investigate details to their satisfaction.
 

155.16 acres Roy, NM $139,914

155.16 acres Roy, NM

Harding County A. JERRI Miller MESA VIEW REALTY llc

Type: Acreage

Excellent hunting,lots of wildlife,a private, remote area, great vacation, beautiful camping site, easy access with good gravel roads. Electricity near by. Spend your vacations in this beautiful setting.
 

163.78 acres Roy, NM $127,692

163.78 acres Roy, NM

Harding County A. JERRI Miller MESA VIEW REALTY llc

Type: Acreage

Stone Mountain Subdivision was the old Maddox Ranch which now has good roads and electricity to many of the lots. Wildlife in abundance, a wonderfully quiet, private,vacation spot with unbelieveable views of deep canyons, and the vast Canadian River. You have to see it to believe this sparsley populated beauty still exists.
 

120 acres Roy, NM $92,000

120 acres Roy, NM

Harding County A. JERRI Miller MESA VIEW REALTY llc

Type: Acreage

Here is your little piece of heaven, Roy, New Mexico Approximately 120 acres with city water and highway access on Hwy 39 & Wagon Mound Hwy. This property lies between both highways. Beautiful views to the west, of the Canadian river. This acreage is next to the Roy Medical Clinic, the Rodeo and fair grounds on the Wagon Mound Hwy. see the following photos. Build your dream home or business with ample space for Livestock. Owners: Nick & Harriet Martinez. Property Taxes $11.65 ...Co-Listed: Rivale Ranch Realty 575-207-7484
 

0.41 acres Roy, NM $48,900

0.41 acres Roy, NM

Harding County Landon Newton Landon Newton Realty

Type: Residential 1 Bed | 1 Bath | 950 SqFt

A complete remodel makes this one bedroom and one bath home the perfect place for relaxing in the Country. Enjoy quiet rural living in Roy New Mexico. Harding County has some of the most spectacular vistas in the Southwest. Close to the Canadian River Canyon (Mills Canyon Campground) and not too far from Ute Lake located in Logan, NM. If you want to get away for a weekend or several months each year, this is the place for you. This 950 square foot home sits on 5 city lots. The lots are 25 x 142 giving you a total of 17,750 square feet or .41 acres of land with city water and sewer provided by the Village of Roy. Seller owns an additional 5 lots to the south of the home that are not listed but would negotiate sale if buyer is interested.
 

0.25 acres Roy, NM $40,000

0.25 acres Roy, NM

Harding County Landon Newton Landon Newton Realty

Type: Residential 2 Beds | 1 Bath | 1050 SqFt

Single Family Residence located in Roy, NM. Two Bedroom, One Bath, Living Room, Kitchen, Utility Room on Three City Lots. This home is well maintained and ready to move into. Includes a 500 gallon propane tank, small garage and small utility building. If you looking for a place to get away for a few months each year or planning to retire and get away from the big city, this home would be the perfect place. Come to the high plains of New Mexico and experience country living in Harding, County, NM. Seller financing available with good down payment.
 
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