Mesa Ranch


4,644± Total Acres
1,480± Deeded Acres

Welcome to Mesa Ranch, an expansive property situated in Catron County, New Mexico, just a brief drive from Quemado, NM. Encompassing 1,480+/- deeded acres, along with 480 acres of NM State lease and a 2,684± acre BLM Allotment, Mesa Ranch is a true embodiment of its name. The elevations on the ranch vary, ranging from approximately 6700’ in the valley floors to 7400’ ft on the Mesa tops, showcasing breathtaking canyons that weave through various parts of the estate. The landscape is adorned with mature Pinon and Juniper, complemented by native grasses and shrubs.

This ranch boasts essential improvements, including three wells, around 1+ mile of pipeline, a storage tank, drinker, and some interior and exterior fencing. Additionally, a natural spring adds to the property’s allure. Mesa Ranch falls within GMU 12, offering a diverse array of wildlife, with Elk and Mule Deer being the prominent inhabitants. While the ranch is not presently enrolled in EPLUS for Elk tags, it is expected to qualify for 1-2 tags (pending confirmation with NM Game and Fish). Mule Deer tags, on the other hand, are available over the counter. Notably, Catron County holds several Boone and Crockett records for both typical and non-typical Elk.

The Quemado Valley, for which the local community is named, was designated the “burned valley” by Spanish explorers who believed the area had been parched by volcanic eruption. The initial Mass on Texas soil is believed to have taken place in the valley during the Bosque-Larios expedition in 1675.

With its versatile landscape, Mesa Ranch provides opportunities for a small cattle operation, a hunting ranch, or simply a scenic retreat. For inquiries or to arrange a showing, please reach out to Casey Mayer. Your gateway to the serenity and potential of Mesa Ranch awaits.


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