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Rockin Broken Arrow Ranch contains approximately 10,025± deeded acres with an additional 25,056± leased acres, totaling around 35,081± acres. Situated roughly 20 minutes north of Grants, New Mexico, this expansive property has been meticulously managed for the game and only enhances its appeal by receiving landowner tags for both elk and mule deer. Rockin Broken Arrow Ranch holds leases on BLM, State, National Forest, and private lands, along with certain areas for free use. Historically, the ranch sustained 200AU± annually without supplementary feeding and managed up to 400AU± with little supplement feeding in the winter months. However, in the last two years, only 20± head of cattle have been kept on the property to maintain agricultural status. Over this period, the ranch has been strictly managing the game to enhance both the quality and quantity of wildlife. The ranch is noted for its Boone and Crockett class mule deer and maintains a present year round elk herd having more than 150± cow elk and 31± bull elk counted at the peak of the rut season in 2023. Additionally, the ranch has become a prime habitat for quail and hosts several coveys throughout. The ranch lies in big game unit 9, with a level management 2 that qualifies for unlimited landowner elk tags and unlimited landowner deer tags. The 2024 hunting season is expected to be world class. The landscape boasts a diverse topography with mesas, rolling hills, and intricate canyons. Its rich vegetation includes gramma grass, white sage, gray sage, chamise, as well as a mix of pinons, junipers, and cedars. This is all accented by 80± acres of food plots. Two houses, constructed around 1999, are on the main property; a recently remodeled 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home, and a 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home with a shop attached. Alongside these, there's a historic 3 bedroom 1 bathroom cabin, situated on the state land lease. One of the main houses has undergone recent remodeling as well serving as an ideal owner's retreat, guest accommodation, or a hunters' lodge. The property boasts 6 wells. Rockin Broken Arrow Ranch comprises three shops, a barn, loafing sheds, a tack barn, extensive fencing, five working pens equipped with 20,000 lb. cattle shipping scales, and two US Military converted 6x6 trucks used as water tank carriers for supplying remote tanks, benefiting both the elk and cattle on the land. The road system has been upgraded for easy access throughout the ranch. Large stock ponds have also been added in key places for wildlife and livestock making this ranch truly a turn key operation. Located about 20 minutes north of Grants, New Mexico, Rockin Broken Arrow Ranch, historically in Level Management 2, qualifies for unlimited elk tags annually, unlimited landowner mule deer tags, and over the counter bear, lion and small game hunting. Check Regulations. At 7,000± feet, the ranch boasts a moderate four-season climate. Winter, however, draws resident deer and elk herds seeking refuge. This special property provides the perfect opportunity to establish a permanent foundation for your family legacy whether that is passing down the thrill of the hunt, reviving the spirit of a working cattle ranch, or pioneering your own path. Don't let this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity slip away. Contact us to schedule a private showing of Rockin Broken Arrow Ranch and start crafting your own legacy.
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Listed By: Seth Craft of M4 Ranch Group, Llc