Saddle Up Ranch
Patagonia, Arizona | County: Santa Cruz | 8589 Acres
Located just a few miles from Patagonia, Arizona offering the best in moderate four season weather, home, good cattle country, and a peaceful environment that attracts the upscale retiree, cattleman, birdwatchers, and outdoorsman alike. The Saddle Up Ranch consists of 270+/- deeded acres and a Forest Service allotment of 8,319 acres that is allotted for 165 head year round. Endless possibilities for many buyers.
In the heart of cattle country, known for its quality of grass, browse, and scenery, the Saddle Up Ranch offers more than most Southwest ranches. Comprising of 270 +/- deeded acres of beautiful land with a joining cattle allotment this is built for the rancher and investor alike.See More Details
The ranch’s deeded ground is on the south end of the ranch and is accessed off the Red Rock Canyon Road and only a 10 minute drive from Patagonia. The headquarters is only 1 ½ hours from the Tucson International Airport. The forest allotment runs north of the headquarters.
OPERATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS
The Saddle Up Ranch has been operated as a cattle ranch with extensive newly built improvements. Separated into six pastures on the Forest and the headquarters land used as traps, this ranch is set up for fluid rotation and handling of livestock. A combined 150,000 gallons of water storage scattered throughout the ranch and in each pasture with multiple drinkers off each storage makes this ranch very well watered. Seasonal live water, spring water and dirt tanks are also scattered throughout. There are four branding traps and four wells.
The main livestock pens at the Headquarters are built out of steel that has a sorting alley, powder river squeeze chute with a hay barn, tack room, workshop, and horse pens nearby.
The home is a two-bedroom, one-bathroom, 1,600 square foot home with wrap around porches.
The area is known for mearns quail and great coues deer hunting. Javelina, mule deer, bobcat, mountain lion, fox, dove, and other wildlife are prevalent in the area.
Opportunities on the ranch are many of which some options include guest ranch, bed and breakfast, livestock operation, and a combination of any of these.
TAXES AND FEES
Property taxes per year are around $6,200 (will be less when two parcels are put into ag). Grazing fees are $1.35/AUM on 1,985 AUM’s for an average of $2700/year.
In the heart of cattle country that is known for its quality of grass, browse, and scenery the Saddle Up Ranch offers more than most Southwest ranches. Comprising of 270 +/- deeded acres of beautiful land with a joining cattle allotment this is built for the rancher and investor alike.