Scores of antelope and a perfect cattle range bordering the Ocate River, This can be your own antelope hunting paradise in Unit 48, as well as a cattle income operation. It boasts almost 1000 acres of Gramma and other grasses, and rolling hills in a valley bordered by a mesa and wide ranging views. Seasonal, scattered ponds provide plentiful water for cattle and wildlife. The Ocate River also borders the southern edge and brings water to the pasture through meandering ditches. This land has been in the same family for many generations and has long been successful cow/calf operation. Antelope are plentiful and tags are in the process of being applied for from NM Game and Fish. The property has never been hunted, and deer and elk are also found here in this area. The original two room adobe log homestead still stands but is unliveable. This ranch has lots of water and the old corrals could be repurposed. There are three large tanks and approximately 10+ smaller ones. Gramma grass and several other types in vega pasture appear to be sub-irrigated, possibly from the Charette Lake which sits above in the distance. Also on the property are the ruins of the original hand dug well and windmill. A new 700' well was drilled and recorded with the state 6 years ago and can easily be upgraded and put on a solar powered pump. This ranch has income form cattle leasing and is being used to run yearlings and it holds nearly 120 head on it's acreage. This ranch is not far from the Charette Lakes and the town of Springer, New Mexico. Only 20 minutes to town for groceries and supplies. Expand your horizons and your cattle business or make it a hunting outpost. Call Ann Lanzante today for more information or a tour.