Located in Adel, Oregon, about 30 miles east of Lakeview, Oregon in Warner Valley, this property consists of ten tax lots. It is accessed by Oregon Highway 140, known as the Winnemucca to the Sea Highway. This gem in Oregons high desert is a pristine cattle raising area with irrigation water from two creeks watering native meadows and some farmland. The elevation at Adel is 4,547 feet.
3,540 deeded acres consisting of about 1,330 acres of native meadow, about 900 acres of farm ground for grain hay, approximately 600 acres of sub-irrigated pasture, over 700 acres of native rangeland, along with about 20 acres for a feedlot. The native meadows are predominantly Garrison grass, commonly referred to in the area as Meadow Fox. It is a cool season perennial growing 3 to 6 feet tall. This grass has excellent digestibility, good protein content, and is very palatable to livestock. Current owner bales much of this grass in small bales and sells to a horse market in Central Oregon. He is getting 2.5 to 3 tons per acre with no fertilization.
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|Region||Oregon - Eastern|
|Agency||Ken Thomas Real Estate LLC|