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Hay Farm & Horse Property

2111 Black Canyon Road : Crawford, CO 81415

Delta County, Colorado

200 Acres
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Farm Description

Colorado Hay Farm and Horse Property

Key Features:

Irrigated Land

Pasture Weed Free

Horse Property

Mountain Views

Fenced

Machine Shop

Large Hay Barn

Elk and Deer Hunting

NEW LISTING! $1,859,000

Crawford, Colorado Hay Farm, Mountain Ranch, Hunting Property With Beautiful Improvements

PROPERTY DETAILS

2111 Black Canyon Road, Crawford, CO

200 acre mountain ranch

6,300-square-foot custom home w/4 BR, 4 BA,

4 car garage

New barn, equipment sheds, outbuildings

3 BR 2 BA modular ranch manager's home

100 acres of irrigated hayfields in high game fencingtons/year hay production

New 5-wire fence around entire property

5 sideroll sprinklers, pressurized irrigation water

4 miles from quiet town

Stunning 270-degree mountain views

Outstanding mule deer hunting

7,000 feet in elevation

Productive Farm, Immaculate Condition

Sparkling clean and immaculate--those are the first words that come to your mind when you visit the Black Canyon hay farm. Located just 5.6 miles southwest of Crawford, Colorado, the 200-acre property sits on Fruitland Mesa, a broad mesa dotted with productive hay farms, ranches, and cabins. Just 8 miles south of the ranch is the dramatic and stunning North Rim of the Black Canyon. At 7,000 feet in elevation, the ranch enjoys sunny, cool summers and relatively mild winters. The area is known for growing outstanding grass/alfalfa horse hay that is prized all over the country for discerning horse owners.

Hay Production, Horse Pasture, Sheep & Goats

This farm has excellent soils, good water rights, and is set up to FARM. The current ownership is producing between 400 and 500 tons of top-quality grass/alfalfa hay per year on 100 acres, which is fenced with 8' game fencing to avoid game damage. Currently the owner rotates one 12-acre field into wheat production each year. Hay is stored in a 40x112 hay barn. Separate from the hayfields is the horse pasture and the goat and sheep pastures. There is a 12x40 lambing shed and a 12x12 shed for the goats. Historically, hay from this farm would easily sell for $150-180 a ton. However, as the southwest experiences drought, this hay could sell for $270-$300 a ton. 2012 snowpack at the time of this writing is 75% of normal, with the snowy months of March and April still ahead. 2013 hay production is looking very good.

Hay And Farming Equipment Included

The farm comes with a complete set of farming equipment and the property boundaries are newly fenced with a 5-wire perimeter fence, as well as the 8-foot game fence around the hayfields. The 5 sideroll sprinklers are included as well.

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