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The Lost Valley Ranch, ''Hands Down'' one of Modoc Counties Premier Ranches. Water is the highest concern for cattle & hay ranchers in the greater North West, not a problem here! 895 irrigated acres, 605 under production plus 290 acres irrigated pasture. Fully fenced & cross fenced running 350 mother cows year round. WATER, WATER, WATER! 4 ag wells producing over 10,000 GPM, not to mention Pine Creek and pond. The ranch has 3 - 500 ton pole barns, 5,200 sf. metal shop, corrals, covered chutes & 125 head concrete feeder. There are 3 homes and 6 R.V. hook-ups, The ranch has 2 domestic wells, 1 stock well, 3 reservoirs and a breathtaking seasonal waterfall. This amazing ranch is in the Williamson Act and is offered at $3,750,000. The livestock will be for sale, but are not included in the purchase price.
605 acres under production with 480 acres irrigated with 6 pivots and 125 acres irrigated by 8 wheel lines and several guns. Most of the ranch is in grass/mix hay and the remainder is in alfalfa. There is 290 acres of irrigated pasture. 90 acres under pivot and 200 flood irrigated. The remaining ranch acreage is used for grazing.
Seasonal Pine Creek flows into the south portion of the ranch into a large reservior, then cascades over a lava rock bluff creating the waterfall and continuing through the ranch and into the Dorris Reservior. There is a lift pump in the creek pulling water into the irrigation system when needed.
There are three homes on the ranch, main house is a two story with 2300 sf. of living space, 4 bedrooms and 2 baths, the second home sits up on a knoll and overlooks the entire ranch, it is a 1200 sf, 2 bedroom and 1 1/2 bath home with large covered deck overlooking the ranch. The cottage house is 900 sf with 2 bedrooms and one bath. A detached two car garage sits by the main house and has a tack room and two horse stalls in the back. The 6 R.V. hook-ups are used primarily by hunters.
The corrals are well equiped with several padocks, covered area for working cattle and chutes. One portable. 125 head concrete feeder. The 3 - 500 ton pole barns are side by side and are in great condition. There are good roads through-out the ranch
The 5200 sf metal shop has an open bay area, partial concrete floor, large rollup door, parts room and office with loading area, wood stove and restroom to the side.
The ranch is very private, located at the base of the Dorris Reservior, and wrapped in a lava bluff, this incredible setting creates it's own little valley. There are three reserviors on the ranch not including the Dorris Reservior. One pond below the knoll house with a lift pump used for flood irrigation.
Water is huge! There are 4 ag wells, one produces 5000 GPM pumping 1500 GPM with a 60 HP, second well produces 4000 GPM pumping 2000 GPM using 125 HP, third well pumps 1100 GPM with a 150 HP diesel pump and the last well provides 600 from a 50 HP. There is a 15 HP booster pump in the creek and a 30 HP pump in the pond, one 30 HP back-up pump.
This is a dream come true for the avid hunter. The ranch is located in the X3B huning zone and qualifies for two land owner tags obtained through Fish and Wildlife. Waterfowl hunting is at a premium, sitting at the base of the reservior, the birds flock in by the hundreds. The ranch has six two man blinds and one three man blind stratigically located for maximum shooting opportunites. It's not unusual to see a large herd of antelope crossing the ranch.
On HWY 395 on the south end of Alturas, turn onto East McDowell Rd, which turns into Parker Creek Road. Turn right onto County Rd 57, go about one mile, ranch is on the left. Do not enter without listing agent.
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