Enjoy the benefits of an irrigated farm with tremendous water rights and the added bonus of fantastic hunting, right on the New Mexico and Colorado border. 188 acres of deeded land supplemented by a 200 acre BLM land lease provides ideal agriculture and livestock opportunities.
The water rights are exceptional on this farm with 97.56 acres of irrigated land utilizing 178 shares of the Pine River Ditch and 224.39 acre-feet of water rights from the New Mexico Office of the State Engineer. This rare combination of water allows for full-season irrigation plus the opportunity for a great deal of water storage.
The farm is located in a big-game corridor and receives landowner hunting permits for elk and mule deer.
Recreational opportunities are also provided by the nearby Navajo Resevoir, a large deep water lake which spans the borders of New Mexico and Colorado. Water skiing and boating along with outstanding lake fishing are only a few miles from the farm. The town of Ignacio, CO is the local source for goods and services. Bayfield and Durango, CO are within an hour of the farm as well.