Agriculture

 

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Hungry Mountain Ranch’s rich soil supports a variety of crops, including squash, sunflowers, fruit trees, hay and more.

The ranch is comprised of 431 acres of irrigated farmland, shrub-steppe, riparian and forested uplands along McFarland Creek. The property contains two ponds, associated wetland and a spring that feeds McFarland Creek, which flows through the property for 7,200ft. 76 acres of the ranch are irrigated. A 184 foot well provides delicious water for drinking and stock during non-irrigating season water.

The Agricultural buildings include a 29’ x 40’ two overhead door shop. Included is a large work bench shelving area, high lift and all concrete floor. The hay shed is 42’ x 60’ with power and machine shed is a four bay 29’ x 50’. Wood rails corrals and calving shed connect to the old feed lots with feed bunks.

New boundary line fencing was built in 2016.

There are three building sites that have sewer, water and power, including the bunkhouse. Plus there are three RV sites that have been established with all the amenities including Wi-Fi.

 

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