State: New Mexico
Property Type: All native grass ranch for livestock grazing & hunting
Acres: Undivided interests in 6,423.45 deeded acres more or less
Price: $350.00 per deeded acre
Taxes: Approximately $479.97 annually
Location: Between Santa Rosa and Tucumcari, New Mexico North of
Interstate 40 (see comments below)
Contact Name: Tony R. Gabel /Krystal M. Nelson, QB #15892
This is your opportunity to own a small or large piece of a large ranch which is owned by 28 owners and is offered for sale in undivided parcels which range in size from 25.68 acres more or less to 1,977.53 acres more or less. Two of the undivided parcels are currently in a contract of sale. Multiple parcels may be purchased.
The ranch is divided into two parcels as described herein:
1. Tract #1-South Ranch Information:
a. The ranch can be accessed approximately twelve miles east of Santa Rosa, New Mexico on Interstate Highway 40 to Exit #284 thence north from Interstate Highway 40 across the railroad tracks and immediately east into the southwest corner of the ranch.
This ranch can also be accessed approximately 19 miles east of Santa Rosa, New Mexico on Interstate Highway 40 to Exit #291 (Cuervo Exit) thence north from Interstate Highway 40 on the Mesa Del Gato county road across the railroad tracks thence west off of the Mesa Del Gato road approximately three tenths of a mile to the southeast corner of the ranch.
b. 3,735 deeded acres more or less
c. The ranch is fenced and crossed fenced with barbed wire and cedar post with some steel T-post.
d. The ranch is watered by three wells thought to be 20, 100 and 120 in depth with water being pumped by three windmills and earthen dams (dirt tanks in Texas).
e. Improvements consist of one set of pens constructed with a combination of wood and pipe with a permanent loading/unloading chute.
2. Tract #2-North Ranch Information:
a. This ranch is located approximately 19 miles east of Santa Rosa, New Mexico on Interstate Highway 40 to the Mesa Del Gato Road exit at Cuervo, New Mexico, thence seven miles north of Cuervo to the south boundary of the ranch thence on north through the eastern part of the ranch.
b. 2,688.45 deeded acres more or less
c. The ranch is fenced into four pastures with barbed wire and cedar post with some steel T-post. Fences are average for the area.
d. The ranch is watered by three wells thought to be approximately 100-150 in depth with water being pumped by two windmills and one submersible electric motor and pump in the well at the headquarters together with many earthen dams (dirt tanks in Texas).
e. Improvements at the headquarters consist of one older home of stone construction with metal roof, one shop building of stone construction, one barn/saddle house of stone construction, one set of steel pens and a loading/unloading chute of wood construction.
There is electricity, telephone and propane fuel used at the headquarters.
f. Access to and through the ranch is provided by county road.
Wild life in the area consists of Mule Deer, Antelope, Quail and Dove. Grasses on the ranch include Blue Grama, Side Oats, Sand Drop Seed, Tabosa and Sacaton.
The ranches have Cedar and Mesquite trees for wildlife habitat and a year round cattle operation.
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