New Meadows Cattle Ranch South – New Meadows, ID

Location: Just 10 minutes north of New Meadows, Idaho, and half an hour from McCall, Idaho, this cattle ranch is tucked alongside the 2.3 million-acre Payette National Forest, home to the Snake River, Salmon River, Payette River, and numerous other lakes, streams, and waterways. McCall has its own municipal airport, known as the Gateway to the Backcountry. The airport features a 16/34 designated runway (6,108 by 75 feet) and is home to a US Forest Service smokejumper base, one of only eight in the nation.

Acreage: This 218 +/- acre cattle ranch features approximately 145 +/- irrigable acres of crop and pastureland. The property is fully fenced with sloped, rolling pastures. The well-timbered hillside offers commanding million-dollar views.

Capacity: The sellers have regularly run about 400 head of cattle each season.

Water: Diversions of Sixmile and Browns Creek, tributaries of the Little Salmon River, traverse the land and provide irrigation and stock water via ditches, originating from the Snake River Basin Water System. An individual well provides domestic water to the property.

Recreation: The Payette National Forest offers a wealth of recreational and tourist opportunities, including snow sports at Brundage Mountain Ski Area, Hitt Mountain and Payette Lakes. Some of the nations best jet boating, rafting, and kayaking can be enjoyed on the Snake and Salmon Wild Rivers. The Forest has many miles of developed trails for the hiking enthusiast, and Slick Rock and the area surrounding Lick Creek Summit offer excellent climbing with varying degrees of difficulty. The elevation increases from 1,500 ft in Hells Canyon to over 9,500 feet in the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness!

Idaho is known for its prized fruit the huckleberry, which is abundant in the lower elevations early in the summer and moves to higher elevations as the season progresses. Hobby mycologists can hunt for the hugely popular morel mushroom in the area as well, no permit required!

Hunting/Fishing: Opportunities for big game herds, upland game, and game bird hunting abound, and there is excellent fishing in many of the forests rivers and streams. About 300 species of animals make their home in the Payette National Forest, including deer, elk, mountain lion, bear, coyote, moose, mountain sheep, and mountain goat. Some of the smaller animals and birds include river otter, snowshoe hare, marmot, osprey, and grouse. The Forest also provide important habitat for anadromous salmon and steelhead trout, which migrate all the way from the ocean to spawn in the River of No Return Wilderness. Resident fishes include trout, char, grayling, and other warm water fish. To observe the large summer chinook salmon, visit the numerous spawning beds in the South Fork of the Salmon River.

Taxes: 2017 taxes were about $684, according to the Adams County Tax Assessor.

Price: $1,620,000.

Comments: This legacy ranch has been kept in the same family since 1879. This has offered a rich hereditary ranching legacy for nearly a century and a half. The majority of the ranch is in 40-acre deeded parcels, which may work well for a developer. The ranch may also work well for conservation easements or to simply continue operations as a historical cattle ranch with a rich Idaho history. If youre in the market for one of the top ranches within a half hour of McCall, Idaho, this property is certainly worth your consideration!

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New Meadows Cattle Ranch South – New Meadows, ID Farmseller new-meadows-cattle-ranch-south-new-meadows-id Location: Just 10 minutes north of New Meadows, Idaho, and half an hour from McCall, Idaho, this cattle ranch is tucked alongside the 2.3 million-acre Payette National Forest, home to the Snake River, Salmon River, Payette River, and numerous other lakes, streams, and waterways. McCall has its own municipal airport, known as the Gateway to the Backcountry. The airport features a 16/34 designated runway (6,108 by 75 feet) and is home to a US Forest Service smokejumper base, one of only eight in the nation.

Acreage: This 218 +/- acre cattle ranch features approximately 145 +/- irrigable acres of crop and pastureland. The property is fully fenced with sloped, rolling pastures. The well-timbered hillside offers commanding million-dollar views.

Capacity: The sellers have regularly run about 400 head of cattle each season.

Water: Diversions of Sixmile and Browns Creek, tributaries of the Little Salmon River, traverse the land and provide irrigation and stock water via ditches, originating from the Snake River Basin Water System. An individual well provides domestic water to the property.

Recreation: The Payette National Forest offers a wealth of recreational and tourist opportunities, including snow sports at Brundage Mountain Ski Area, Hitt Mountain and Payette Lakes. Some of the nations best jet boating, rafting, and kayaking can be enjoyed on the Snake and Salmon Wild Rivers. The Forest has many miles of developed trails for the hiking enthusiast, and Slick Rock and the area surrounding Lick Creek Summit offer excellent climbing with varying degrees of difficulty. The elevation increases from 1,500 ft in Hells Canyon to over 9,500 feet in the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness!

Idaho is known for its prized fruit the huckleberry, which is abundant in the lower elevations early in the summer and moves to higher elevations as the season progresses. Hobby mycologists can hunt for the hugely popular morel mushroom in the area as well, no permit required!

Hunting/Fishing: Opportunities for big game herds, upland game, and game bird hunting abound, and there is excellent fishing in many of the forests rivers and streams. About 300 species of animals make their home in the Payette National Forest, including deer, elk, mountain lion, bear, coyote, moose, mountain sheep, and mountain goat. Some of the smaller animals and birds include river otter, snowshoe hare, marmot, osprey, and grouse. The Forest also provide important habitat for anadromous salmon and steelhead trout, which migrate all the way from the ocean to spawn in the River of No Return Wilderness. Resident fishes include trout, char, grayling, and other warm water fish. To observe the large summer chinook salmon, visit the numerous spawning beds in the South Fork of the Salmon River.

Taxes: 2017 taxes were about $684, according to the Adams County Tax Assessor.

Price: $1,620,000.

Comments: This legacy ranch has been kept in the same family since 1879. This has offered a rich hereditary ranching legacy for nearly a century and a half. The majority of the ranch is in 40-acre deeded parcels, which may work well for a developer. The ranch may also work well for conservation easements or to simply continue operations as a historical cattle ranch with a rich Idaho history. If youre in the market for one of the top ranches within a half hour of McCall, Idaho, this property is certainly worth your consideration!
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$1,620,000.00
Phone Number208-345-3163
Lot Size218
RegionIdaho
AgencyKnipe Land
RealtorJohn Knipe

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