Wild Rice ? River Ranch consists of 710 acres, situated in the heart of Big Valley on the banks of the Pit River, at an elevation of 4100 ft. Perfect for the 400 acres now growing conventional and organic wild rice, with an additional 260 acres being prepared for organic.
Water is supplied from two wells and one river pump.
Documented water rights from the river and Iverson reservoir, which is a valuable asset to the ranch.
The water is distributed by an 18" underground mainline system.
The current crops are on the third season, projected to produce 2300 lbs per acre.
This is a high producing ranch with low overhead with Surprise Valley Power.
The infrastructure is well set up with roads, two bridges, ditches, established checks and fully fenced.
Over 2.5 miles of the river winds it's way through the ranch, creating incredible waterfowl habitat and great fishing.
Wild rice has become a staple for many families world wide with extremely high nutritional value, and this Northern section of California is one of the highest producers in the United States.
In Bieber, turn off Highway 299 onto Market street. Continue to stop sign, right on Punkin Center. Ranch is about 4 miles on the right. Do not access without an appointment.
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