The Under the Hill Ranch is a historic cattle ranch located on the Mescalero Ridge at the western edge of the Caprock near Tatum, New Mexico. With its great improvements, excellent water, good feed, and easy access this working cowman’s ranch is easy to manage and produces heavy calves with additional seasonal yearling production.

General  Description

In addition, there is one dirt tank, one well at the main house and one well with a submersible pump at the ranch house. The third ranch house has its own well.  A final well is located in the sand hills.   Approximately ten miles of pipeline with numerous drinkers and 50,000 gallons of storage make this ranch easy to rotate cattle and maximize utilization of seasonal feed.

Ranch Characteristics

This 10,700-acre ranch is watered with four wells with three submersible pumps and one windmill.   Several miles of pipeline serving three drinkers in the cap pasture, two drinkers in the big sand pasture, two drinkers in the camp pasture, one drinker in the south pasture and 20,000 gallons of storage.

This ranch is scenic and full of history. The current rancher is only the third owner of the Under the Hill Ranch since 1880. This 17 section ranch is an excellent cow ranch situated west of Highway 172 in Chaves County, New Mexico. Trophy mule deer and world-class quail hunting exist on the ranch. The Under the Hill Ranch is considered one of New Mexico’s quality mule deer sites.

Marketing Information

Price: $1,690,000

Terms: Cash, cash to new loan

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Ranch Brochure: Contact

Contact Tamra Kelly, Broker:

Phone: (928) 830-9127