The Kendall Peak Ranch has sufficient water form wells, pipelines, drinkers and forage for both wildlife and livestock! There are approximately 500 acres that has been planted into alfalfa, sainfoin and a multitude of grasses and legumes. This is a magic mix for wildlife as elk and deer flourish on the improved vegetation. Water lines and drinkers have been strategically placed in the Oak brush covered draws and fingers which open up to the fields at the base of the mountain. The upper portion of the ranch reaches elevations around 7200 feet and is surrounded by BLM lands that has very limited access to the public. With the adjoining Puckett Gulch allotment which is approximately 1040 acres this would make a great ranch to run livestock on over 3300 acres with good grass and water.
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