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Land for sale including Ranches in Clayton New Mexico

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$540,000 800 acres
Clayton, NM 88415 - Union County

Hwy 402 Grassland with Irrigation Potential

Hwy 402 Grassland with Irrigation Potential State: New Mexico Region: Northeast New Mexico County: Union Property Type: Native Grassland Acres: 800 acres more or less Price: $540,000.00 Taxes: Approximately $209.00 annually Location: Approximately 22 miles south of Clayton, New Mexico Union County, New Mexico is known nationwide for premier grazing. This property located approximately 22 miles south of Clayton, New Mexico on Hwy. 402 with approximately 1.5 miles of Hwy. frontage has a GOOD ADDRESS! Due to the fact that the ranch has not been grazed for several years there is abundance of old grass just waiting for a rain. The Ranch is fenced with five strands of barbed wire with a combination of steel and ced
Ben G. Scott Scott Land Company, LLC
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$22,275,709 28,019.76 acres
Clayton, NM 88415 - Union County

Cross L Ranch

Location: The historic Cross L Ranch is situated in the mesa country of Northeast New Mexico approximately 40 linear miles northwest of Clayton, New Mexico and 11 linear miles east of Branson, Colorado. The ranch is divided by State Road 456, which runs through the scenic Dry Cimarron Valley from Branson, Colorado to Kenton, Oklahoma. Acres: The ranch contains 28,019.76 deeded acres +/- and 6,403.47 New Mexico State Lease acres +/-. Terrain: The Cross L Ranch has an extremely diverse terrain. The property is a combination of river bottom country, canyons, rugged side slopes, and mesa tops. State Highway 456 runs in an east/west direction through the central portion of the ranch, with approximately 40% of the property being to the
Sam Middleton Chas S. Middleton and Son
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$945,250 1,987.54 acres
Clayton, NM 88415 - Union County

Clayton, NM Cattle Ranch

This ranch is located just east of Clayton, NM with a small portion extending into Texline, TX. This area is the heart of some of New Mexicos finest cattle grazing land. The strength of grasses and consistent rainfall throughout the years makes this an excellent property to run yearlings and then make the short shipment to local area feedlots. The Clayton area has a long history of ranching culture, established in 1887 the town grew quickly as a new railhead arrived and became the shipping point for cattle from the Pecos valley, NE New Mexico and north Texas. This property is easily accessible with its northern boundary being Highway 87 between Clayton and Texline. Good ranch roads give provide access to the bulk of the land. The ranch is p
Dale Heinemann Keller Williams RE Santa Fe