Navarro Ranch consists of 21,632 total acres with 3,509 acres of deeded land with the balance being state lease and a small BLM permit. The ranch has an excellent location just 25 minutes from the Tucson International airport and offers a great elevation to produce feed. The ranch is well watered with most of the wells being on private land. The ranch offers a variety of wildlife for recreational enjoyment opportunity. Navarro Ranch is a most scenic working cattle ranch with excellent location and desirable wildlife characteristics.

The Navarro Ranch offers an opportunity to own an operational ranch with substantial deeded lands in a favorable location with proximity to Tucson and its International Airport.

Broker(s): John Stratman, Wesley Miller

LOCATION

Navarro Ranch is located southwest of Tucson along the northern foothills of the Sierrita Mountains and accessed of Interstate19 just west of Sahuarita, Arizona.

ACREAGE

Navarro Ranch consists of 21,632 total acres with the following breakdown: 3,509 deeded acres, 17,430 state leased acres and 693 acres are BLM. The ranch is well watered with nine wells, five solar wells, 14 storage tanks, and 12 dirt tanks. The ranch has two traps and the rest of the ranch is in one pasture and is estimated to carry approximately 600 cows.

The ranch has been operating with a year around calving season. In this spring and fall the ranch is gathered into traps around the headquarters where large calves are weaned, young calves are banded, and cows and bulls are worked and culled. The use of a helicopter is used and the gather takes one day.

WILDLIFE & RECREATION

The population of wildlife is healthy and in part includes dove, quail, Mule deer, Coues deer and javelina.
The ranch is located in hunting unit 36A which is well known for its large Coues deer and desert Mule deer. Hunts for Coues deer begin in October and Mule Deer begin in November. 90% plus draw odds for October and November Coues hunts and 17% for December tags and 30-50% for Mule deer. Much of the deeded land is located in the prime area for Coues deer.

Elevation and location makes this ranch a great destination for other outdoor activities such as bird watching, ATV recreation, horseback riding, and hiking.

SUMMARY

The Navarro Ranch offers an opportunity to own an operational ranch with substantial deeded lands in a favorable location with proximity to Tucson and its International Airport. The ranch has been in the same family ownership for many years and has been well cared for operated in a sustainable manner during that time. It affords ranching, hunting and recreational opportunities in a favorable southern climate.