This property has been sold.Search Active Listings in Torrance County, NM.
Torrance County Ranch has 27,905 Total acres. The ranch is located in central New Mexico in Torrance County. The HQ is 20 miles from Corona,NM, 88 miles from Albuquerque, or 100 miles from Ruidoso, NM.
ACREAGE: 27,905 Total Acres
385 acres of Deeded Land
27,520 acres of U.S. Forest Service Land
CARRYING CAPACITY: 245 cow/calf units year long.
ELEVATION: The ranch ranges from 6386 to 6658 feet.
VEGETATION: Black grama, blue grama, tabosa grass, some chemise, and others.
IMPROVEMENTS: At the headquarters is a 2013, 1120 sf 2 bedroom, 2 bath Champion double-wide. The home is constructed of 2x6 walls with R-30 ceiling insulation and R- 19 walls. The roof is shingle and the home is all electric. The power to the HQ is supplied by Central NM Electric Company. The solar water system at the HQ is new.
There are corrals, branding facilities, metal barn, and storage containers. Cellular service works at the HQ and on most areas of the ranch. This ranch is divided into three pastures and has 4 working corrals.
EQUIPMENT:There is a tractor with backhoe, ranch truck, generators, and several other pieces of equipment that can be purchased from the owners on a separate bill of sale.
WATER WELLS: The ranch has great water distribution and storage which is supplied with 6 wells. All produce good volume. There are 8 miles of 1&1/4 inch black poly or PVC pipeline to the 18 drinkers, mostly tire drinkers. Two of the windmills have submersible pumps and there are 3 dirt tanks.
Beadle Well is 78 feet deep.
HQ Welch Well is 280 feet deep.
North Well is 400 feet deep.
Three Way Well is 200 feet deep.
Atkinson Well is 280 feet deep.
Forest Well is 280 feet deep. This well was drilled in 2002
WILDLIFE: There are mule deer, elk, some antelope, turkeys, coyotes, bobcat, and many different species of birds in this area. Located in Game Management Unit 38
SCHOOLS: Corona Municipal Schools is the public school system that is only 20 miles from the ranch HQ. Buses run to and from the K-12 school.
NATIVE AMERICAN RUINS: On the allotment is one of the largest pueblos in an area that scholars identify as Las Salinas Province. Pueblo Colorado contains twenty-one apartment houses or room-blocks, trash dumps, and a large kiva. Its walls were made of local limestone and red sandstone. Pueblo Colorado is Spanish for red village. Hundreds of people once lived here. The village was abandoned in the mid-16th century.
COMMENTS: The Torrance County Ranch is scenic yet low enough in elevation to make this a great year round cattle ranch. Annual precipitation is approximately 15 inches. The ranch being located in the central part of the state puts you fairly close to all major cities in New Mexico.
Tax Data (Show Tax Data)
Loading Tax Data
Other Land for Sale in Torrance County
NOTE: The information contained herein is provided as general information only and has been obtained from sources deemed reliable. It is provided without any guaranty, warranty or representation, expressed or implied, made by Lands of America, or any related entity, as to the accuracy or completeness of the information. The information is presented subject to errors, omissions, change of price or conditions, prior sale or withdrawal without notice. Prospective purchasers should make their own investigations, projections and conclusions concerning the information.