Cahoen Mesa Ranch
With extensive and historic water rights in a scenic and cultural setting.
- Extensive water rights of 1,539 acre-feet irrigating up to 715 acres
- Currently has 5 Pivots and additional side rolls
- Water provided via McPhee Reservoir through the Dolores Water Conservancy District (DWCD)
- Property grows primarily alfalfa hay and corn, pinto beans, orchard grass, oats and sorghum rotated in
- Long growing season
- Strong 4th season trophy mule deer population on the property
- Adjoining BLM ground on three sides
- The Dolores River Valley has a long record of human culture and is particularly rich in the remains of the Anasazi culture
Adjoining BLM ground on three sides in the Dolores River Valley, the Cahoen Mesa Ranch is an alfalfa hay farm with extensive and historic water rights. The area is well known for its tremendous archaeological resources and is home to several orchards, however, corn, beans, oats, grass hay, and sorghum can thrive here as well. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to run a profitable agricultural operation in a scenic and cultural setting.