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Location: 68929 Hindman Road, Elgin, Oregon 97827
County: Union County
Size: 1,450.71+/- total acres
Access: Northeast of I-84 at La Grande, OR and just off paved highway.

North Fork Ranch

North Fork Cattle Ranch

Elgin, Union County, Oregon
OFFERED AT $1,350,000

 

Property Description

1,450 acres m/l in Northeast Oregon.  This property is secluded yet only minutes from town, located in northern Union County with incredible views of the Blue Mountains and valley floors.  Ranch capacity of approximately 130-150 pair year around based upon operating practices or a nice yearling set up. Property is fenced and cross-fenced for easy grazing rotations.   The diversity of terrain ranging from timber, to transitional range-ground, to grass meadows, highlights the beauty of this ranch.  Approximately 200 acres of grass hay production.  Improvements include a 3 bedroom home, large barn, miscellaneous outbuildings, and a hunting cabin; all of which are well maintained.  Several creeks, springs and ponds on the property provide livestock water year around.  Great hunting opportunities for elk and deer, with landowner preference tags available each year. 

 

 

 

 

 

The Area

Union County is one of the most attractive rural areas in the Pacific Northwest. Snow-capped mountains, vast forests, churning rivers, rocky cliffs, sage-covered hills, fertile farmlands, and friendly towns: Union County has them all! Nestled at the base of the Blue Mountains on the edge of the fertile Grande Ronde Valley, La Grande is a pretty town with a lot to offer. With a population of just over 12,000, the community is friendly, casual, and has its own brand of sophistication, due in large part to the presence of Eastern Oregon University. The surrounding national forests, lakes, and rivers provide some of the best biking, hiking, skiing, hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, camping, and sightseeing opportunities in the state.

 
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