25 Ranch Road | Battle Mountain, NV 89820

“25 Ranch”

The 25 Ranch is a historic and expansive cattle ranch situated in northern Nevada. The property encompasses approximately 126,018± deeded acres and spans across four counties in Northeastern Nevada. As one of the largest and oldest ranches in the state, the 25 Ranch features numerous water sources, vast, long-standing BLM grazing permits and a carrying capacity of 6,500± cows on a year-round basis. In addition to grazing livestock on the fee lands owned by the 25 Ranch, the 25 Ranch holds a grazing permit administered by the Bureau of Land Management, an agency within the United States Department of Interior. This grazing permit consists of a private grazing allotment, known as the 25 Allotment, which provides for 34,130 active AUMs for livestock grazing. Additionally, the 25 Ranch leases 60,000 acres of grazing lands within the 25 Allotment, which lands are former railroad checkboard lands, now owned by a successor entity. The 25 Ranch is comprised of several ranch units scattered throughout the 25 Ranch fee lands, consisting of Izzenhood Ranch, Blossom Ranch, Rock Creek Ranch, St. John’s Ranch, Stampede Ranch, Feed Lot, River Ranch, DL Ranch, and the Wire Corral Camp, all of which are integral parts of the ranching operation. The Ranch also has an abundance of certificated, adjudicated and vested water rights and are sufficient to water livestock in excess of 15,000± head throughout the year, during the applicable grazing season on the lands where such water is located. The Ranch also provides opportunities for big Game, and Upland bird hunting throughout the property. All Water rights and 50% of all owned Oil & Gas will convey with an acceptable offer.

living room of main house at clear lake flats ranch

Located in the Great Basin of Northeastern Nevada, a known wildlife mecca, the 25 Ranch is a sportsman’s paradise. The ranch is home to many species of North American Big Game, and several species of upland birds. All hunting on the ranch must be in compliant with Nevada state hunting regulations.

grassy road running through forest at clear lake flats ranch
headshot of Asher Watkins smiling

Asher Watkins

hunting blind in grassy knoll at clear lake flats ranch

Acreage

  • Total Grazing Land – 600,000 +/- acres
  • Total BLM Allotment Acreage – 525,000 +/- acres
  • Total Free Land – 126,000 +/- acres

green forests and pastures at clear lake flats ranch

Improvements

  • Excellent Road system throughout most of the Ranch
  • Some Cross and perimeter Fencing
  • Working Pens and Corrals
  • New Road Bridges across the Humboldt River

brown wooden barn house and raised deck at clear lake flats ranch

Water Resources

  • Miles of Humboldt River frontage
  • Numerous Springs, Rivers, Creeks and Stock Lakes throughout the ranch providing additional stock water.
  • Total adjudicated water rights – 15,234.15± Acre-Feet.
  • Total certificated water rights – 3,559.47± Duty Acre-Feet.

25 Ranch Road | Battle Mountain, NV 89820

“25 Ranch”

The 25 Ranch is a historic and expansive cattle ranch situated in northern Nevada. The property encompasses approximately 126,018± deeded acres and spans across four counties in Northeastern Nevada. As one of the largest and oldest ranches in the state, the 25 Ranch features numerous water sources, vast, long-standing BLM grazing permits and a carrying capacity of 6,500± cows on a year-round basis. In addition to grazing livestock on the fee lands owned by the 25 Ranch, the 25 Ranch holds a grazing permit administered by the Bureau of Land Management, an agency within the United States Department of Interior. This grazing permit consists of a private grazing allotment, known as the 25 Allotment, which provides for 34,130 active AUMs for livestock grazing. Additionally, the 25 Ranch leases 60,000 acres of grazing lands within the 25 Allotment, which lands are former railroad checkboard lands, now owned by a successor entity. The 25 Ranch is comprised of several ranch units scattered throughout the 25 Ranch fee lands, consisting of Izzenhood Ranch, Blossom Ranch, Rock Creek Ranch, St. John’s Ranch, Stampede Ranch, Feed Lot, River Ranch, DL Ranch, and the Wire Corral Camp, all of which are integral parts of the ranching operation. The Ranch also has an abundance of certificated, adjudicated and vested water rights and are sufficient to water livestock in excess of 15,000± head throughout the year, during the applicable grazing season on the lands where such water is located. The Ranch also provides opportunities for big Game, and Upland bird hunting throughout the property. All Water rights and 50% of all owned Oil & Gas will convey with an acceptable offer.

Located in the Great Basin of Northeastern Nevada, a known wildlife mecca, the 25 Ranch is a sportsman’s paradise. The ranch is home to many species of North American Big Game, and several species of upland birds. All hunting on the ranch must be in compliant with Nevada state hunting regulations.

Acreage

  • Total Grazing Land – 600,000 +/- acres
  • Total BLM Allotment Acreage – 525,000 +/- acres
  • Total Free Land – 126,000 +/- acres

Improvements

  • Excellent Road system throughout most of the Ranch
  • Some Cross and perimeter Fencing
  • Working Pens and Corrals
  • New Road Bridges across the Humboldt River

grassy road running through forest at clear lake flats ranch

Water Resources

  • Miles of Humboldt River frontage
  • Numerous Springs, Rivers, Creeks and Stock Lakes throughout the ranch providing additional stock water.
  • Total adjudicated water rights – 15,234.15± Acre-Feet.
  • Total certificated water rights – 3,559.47± Duty Acre-Feet.

brown wooden barn house and raised deck at clear lake flats ranch
headshot of Asher Watkins smiling

Asher Watkins

25 Ranch Road

Battle Mountain, NV 89820

“25 Ranch”

hunting blind in grassy knoll at clear lake flats ranch

The 25 Ranch is a historic and expansive cattle ranch situated in northern Nevada. The property encompasses approximately 126,018± deeded acres and spans across four counties in Northeastern Nevada. As one of the largest and oldest ranches in the state, the 25 Ranch features numerous water sources, vast, long-standing BLM grazing permits and a carrying capacity of 6,500± cows on a year-round basis. In addition to grazing livestock on the fee lands owned by the 25 Ranch, the 25 Ranch holds a grazing permit administered by the Bureau of Land Management, an agency within the United States Department of Interior. This grazing permit consists of a private grazing allotment, known as the 25 Allotment, which provides for 34,130 active AUMs for livestock grazing. Additionally, the 25 Ranch leases 60,000 acres of grazing lands within the 25 Allotment, which lands are former railroad checkboard lands, now owned by a successor entity. The 25 Ranch is comprised of several ranch units scattered throughout the 25 Ranch fee lands, consisting of Izzenhood Ranch, Blossom Ranch, Rock Creek Ranch, St. John’s Ranch, Stampede Ranch, Feed Lot, River Ranch, DL Ranch, and the Wire Corral Camp, all of which are integral parts of the ranching operation. The Ranch also has an abundance of certificated, adjudicated and vested water rights and are sufficient to water livestock in excess of 15,000± head throughout the year, during the applicable grazing season on the lands where such water is located. The Ranch also provides opportunities for big Game, and Upland bird hunting throughout the property. All Water rights and 50% of all owned Oil & Gas will convey with an acceptable offer.

living room of main house at clear lake flats ranch

Located in the Great Basin of Northeastern Nevada, a known wildlife mecca, the 25 Ranch is a sportsman’s paradise. The ranch is home to many species of North American Big Game, and several species of upland birds. All hunting on the ranch must be in compliant with Nevada state hunting regulations.

grassy road running through forest at clear lake flats ranch

Acreage

  • Total Grazing Land – 600,000 +/- acres
  • Total BLM Allotment Acreage – 525,000 +/- acres
  • Total Free Land – 126,000 +/- acres

river flowing through verdant forest at clear lake flats ranch

Improvements

  • Excellent Road system throughout most of the Ranch
  • Some Cross and perimeter Fencing
  • Working Pens and Corrals
  • New Road Bridges across the Humboldt River

brown wooden barn house and raised deck at clear lake flats ranch

Water Resources

  • Miles of Humboldt River frontage
  • Numerous Springs, Rivers, Creeks and Stock Lakes throughout the ranch providing additional stock water.
  • Total adjudicated water rights – 15,234.15± Acre-Feet.
  • Total certificated water rights – 3,559.47± Duty Acre-Feet.

This Ranch is being offered For Sale and is Exclusively Listed by Watkins Ranch Group of Gerald Haire Realty in Arkansas and Co-Marketed by Watkins Ranch Group of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty. Please contact Asher Watkins for information.

Buyers Broker must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If the condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of the Listing Broker. Prospects may be required to provide proof of funds prior to a scheduled showing.

headshot of Asher Watkins smiling

Asher Watkins

Legacy Ranch

$4,625,000 | 1,516.00 acres

Little River County

Located on the banks of the Red River, including 3.5 miles of Red River frontage, this famous, private, hunting and fishing property is an outdoorsman’s dream. Formerly an Orvis endorsed hunting operation, the property provides some of the finest duck hunting in the four corners region and is home to trophy whitetail deer and Rocky Mountain elk.

Rancho De Patos

$2,200,000 | 455 Acres

Bowie County

Located just under two and a half hours northeast of Dallas, near De Kalb, Texas, Rancho De Patos sits on a peninsula bordering the Red River and is a very serious waterfowl and trophy deer hunting property. This property is located in the three corners area of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas where the Central and Mississippi Flyways meet.

Tres Aguas Ranch

$6,000,000 | 1500 Acres

Little River County

Located just two and a half hours northeast of Dallas and one and a half hours north of Shreveport, sits Tres Aguas Ranch on the northern banks of the Red River in Arkansas. This sprawling 1,555 +/- acre property on the border of Arkansas and Texas provides a unique opportunity to own a beautiful property on the Red River.

Sulphur River Ranch

$19,375,000 | 6245 Acres

Red River County

Sulphur River Ranch is one of the largest contiguous tracts in East Texas and consist of 4,650 acres of cattle pasture and grazing with 350 acres being under irrigation pivot, 1,600 acres of hardwood timber, 25- acre Florida Bass fishing lake, a 17- acre lake, 12 lakes ranging from 2-7 acres, and over 35 additional pasture tanks and ponds.

Legacy Ranch

$4,625,000 | 1,516.00 acres

Little River County

Located on the banks of the Red River, including 3.5 miles of Red River frontage, this famous, private, hunting and fishing property is an outdoorsman’s dream. Formerly an Orvis endorsed hunting operation, the property provides some of the finest duck hunting in the four corners region and is home to trophy whitetail deer and Rocky Mountain elk.

Rancho De Patos

$2,200,000 | 455 Acres

Bowie County

Located just under two and a half hours northeast of Dallas, near De Kalb, Texas, Rancho De Patos sits on a peninsula bordering the Red River and is a very serious waterfowl and trophy deer hunting property. This property is located in the three corners area of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas where the Central and Mississippi Flyways meet.

Tres Aguas Ranch

$6,000,000 | 1500 Acres

Little River County

Located just two and a half hours northeast of Dallas and one and a half hours north of Shreveport, sits Tres Aguas Ranch on the northern banks of the Red River in Arkansas. This sprawling 1,555 +/- acre property on the border of Arkansas and Texas provides a unique opportunity to own a beautiful property on the Red River.

Sulphur River Ranch

$19,375,000 | 6245 Acres

Red River County

Sulphur River Ranch is one of the largest contiguous tracts in East Texas and consist of 4,650 acres of cattle pasture and grazing with 350 acres being under irrigation pivot, 1,600 acres of hardwood timber, 25- acre Florida Bass fishing lake, a 17- acre lake, 12 lakes ranging from 2-7 acres, and over 35 additional pasture tanks and ponds.

Legacy Ranch

$4,625,000 | 1,516.00 acres

Little River County

Located on the banks of the Red River, including 3.5 miles of Red River frontage, this famous, private, hunting and fishing property is an outdoorsman’s dream. Formerly an Orvis endorsed hunting operation, the property provides some of the finest duck hunting in the four corners region and is home to trophy whitetail deer and Rocky Mountain elk.

Rancho De Patos

$2,200,000 | 455 Acres

Bowie County

Located just under two and a half hours northeast of Dallas, near De Kalb, Texas, Rancho De Patos sits on a peninsula bordering the Red River and is a very serious waterfowl and trophy deer hunting property. This property is located in the three corners area of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas where the Central and Mississippi Flyways meet.

Tres Aguas Ranch

$6,000,000 | 1500 Acres

Little River County

Located just two and a half hours northeast of Dallas and one and a half hours north of Shreveport, sits Tres Aguas Ranch on the northern banks of the Red River in Arkansas. This sprawling 1,555 +/- acre property on the border of Arkansas and Texas provides a unique opportunity to own a beautiful property on the Red River.

Sulphur River Ranch

$19,375,000 | 6245 Acres

Red River County

Sulphur River Ranch is one of the largest contiguous tracts in East Texas and consist of 4,650 acres of cattle pasture and grazing with 350 acres being under irrigation pivot, 1,600 acres of hardwood timber, 25- acre Florida Bass fishing lake, a 17- acre lake, 12 lakes ranging from 2-7 acres, and over 35 additional pasture tanks and ponds.