Five rigs of a center-pivot irrigation stand in the field to my right. However, I did have to promise Linda that I'll always call it "the guest house" and never "the dog house. Is it a railroad designation? We found a table and sat down to eat and talk. In a very real sense for them, the country was not so much the dirt of the land as it was the people, the stories of the people, people they knew and had known. We had to get up to the church to meet the quilters. These women who come every Tuesday to work on quilts turn out more than two hundred a year for the Lutheran missions.
Owl Creek South Ranch
The first documentation relating to the ranch is early survey notes from April Steven Beck The ranch was largely in disrepair and with the remodelling of the house and the demolition of several older buildings and building of newer ones the ranch now is home to black angus cattle and the finest Arabian horses in Central Oregon. With approximately 40 acres of hay fields, the ranch has been home to cattle, sheep, horses and US Government mules for more than years. This property is perfect for hunting and is home to both whitetail deer and mule deer, feral hog, turkey and predators. The ranch opens up wide when you enter it. We recognize the Arabian as a versatile breed and are committed to selling quality horses suited to the needs of the individual buyer.
Sly Owl Ranch LLC | Wilderness Ranch Retreat in Idaho
The ranch is accessed by a 0. There are no gravel leases in place, so there are no restrictions on its use. Any blinds or feeders seen in pictures are owned by the tenants and will be removed prior to closing. It has two ponds, city water available deep into the property and is very private. The ranch has been leased for hunting for years, and the tenants have taken care of the property.
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Description: This area here is mostly native country, with a This property is perfect for hunting and is home to both whitetail deer and mule deer, feral hog, turkey and predators. Some of the roughest terrain in the back where the canyons are already has a new 5-line barbed wire fence in place. With approximately 40 acres of hay fields, the ranch has been home to cattle, sheep, horses and US Government mules for more than years.