Succor Creek Cattle Ranch is a 1052+ acre ranch in Adrian, Oregon with BLM grazing permits, water rights, and Succor Creek meandering through the length of the property. This working cattle ranch is unique in that it has an abundance of water that you can use as late as early November.
If you desire to purchase the operations with the ranch, it can be purchased with the cattle and ranch equipment included at a price of $6,200,000.
Landthe gently rolling acreage is a combination of dry grazing land, hay, and pasture which offers its owner multiple land uses.
The primary use being raising and grazing cattle. It borders thousands of acres of Bureau of Land Management BLM land to the west and includes a BLM grazing permit.
Other features that make this suitable for cattle is the approximately 1 mile of frontage along Succor Creek, the corrals, and the mild climate.
Graveyard Point for 129 AUMs - May 1st through June 15th
Board Corrals for 889 AUMs - June 15th through November 30th
Borders Public Lands
ImprovementsCurrently there is a single level 1,344 sq ft manufactured home on the property, ideal for an onsite ranch hand. Besides the home the property has multiple outbuildings including a shop and a machine shed.
The beautiful rural setting would also make a great backdrop for a new home if one desired to build in the future.
1,344 Sq Ft Home
RecreationThe ranch is nestled in a quiet rural area that is close to rivers, state parks, and wildlife refuges. The avid fisherman will appreciate fishing on the banks of the Snake River which is only 8 miles from the property or the Owyhee River which is 20 miles away.
8 miles from the Snake River
20 miles from Succor Creek State Natural Area
20 miles from the Owyhee River
30 miles from Lake Owyhee State Park
40 miles from Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge
The property lies within Owyhee 67 hunting unit. Wildlife in the area includes deer, antelope, pheasants, chukars & quail.
The property also qualifies for the Landowner Preference LOP hunting program. The following could be allowed on this property depending on availability 2 Antlerless Antelope only 1 qty can be non-owner
2 Antlerless Deer only 1 qty can be non-owner
2 Buck Deer only 1 qty can be non-owner Please note the program considers the registered owner or immediate family members to be owners. Anyone filling a tag outside of this would be considered a non-owner and only 50 of the tags can go to non-owners. Additionally, the number of LOP tags available each season may vary due to the population of each species and the number of LOP tags applied for in each unit. Please verify annually with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife on the number of LOP tags that are available that year to the landowners.
Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesThe ranch includes 206.40 acres of priority 1885 water rights from Succor Creek which are used for irrigation.
Additionally, there are 127.80 water right acres available through the Ridgeview Irrigation District for irrigation purposes.
The irrigation system is a combination of flood irrigation, center pivots, pumps, and gated pipe.
Region & ClimateThe ranch is located near the Idaho and Oregon state line. It is 7 miles west of Homedale, Idaho and 12 miles south of Adrian, Oregon. Major shopping and entertainment are available within 30 minutes in Caldwell, Idaho and a major airport is within an hour at Boise, Idaho.
Homedale, Idaho is a farm and agricultural community. This community is nestled near the hills of the Owyhee Mountains and is where you will find many of Idaho's orchards and vineyards, Homedale is a growing community that offers rural living that is still within a close commute to the city amenities and entertainment offered in the Boise metro area.
The family-focused community hosts a plethora of annual events, including the Basque Dance & Auction, Golf Tournament, 4th of July Demolition Derby, Summer Block Party and Carnival, and the Owyhee County Fair and Rodeo held during the first week of August every year. Other local recreational activities include a swimming pool, multiple city parks, two area golf courses, and a bowling alley.
Adrian, Oregon is a small rural agricultural town in Malheur County that lies along the Snake River.
Lake Owyhee State Park and the Owyhee Reservoir is a popular recreational destination for area residents. At this public park, you can enjoy a relaxing day of boating, jet skiing, wildlife viewing, shing, and exploring. Owyhee Reservoir is a 52-mile-long lake within a deep canyon consisting of beautiful volcanic rock formations. Some of this unique desert canyon and unique geology is only visible by boat, making for exciting exploration for boaters. Fishing for largemouth bass, black crappie, and cat sh is plentiful. The reservoir is also occasionally stocked with rainbow trout. Wildlife viewers can watch for golden eagles, coyotes, ground squirrels, rabbits, pronghorn antelope, mule deer, wild horses, California bighorn sheep, and mountain lions.
Another hotspot enjoyed by local fishermen is the Owyhee River which is 20 miles from the ranch. This river is known for its excellent year-round fly-fishing opportunities. The Owyhee is particularly known for producing large German brown trout, but it is not uncommon to hook a rainbow trout.
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