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Name :Jim Digby
Company :Hayden Outdoors
Address :501 Main St.
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City :Windsor
State :Colorado
Zipcode :80550
Phone :(303) 883-8493
Cell :303-883-8493
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Ludwig Farms
Elbert, Colorado
1520.00 acres
Ludwig Farms is an irrigated farm with valuable water rights in the Horse Creek Basin near Rush Colorado. Located 40 minutes east of Colorado Springs, the farm is ideally located close to the front range of Colorado and the growing city of Colorado Springs. There are 840 acres of level ground under 6 late model 7 tower pivots, including one towable, 360 acres of level dryland farm ground, and 320 acres of grass. Improvements include a 2,090 square foot modular home on a full basement with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Also, included are several supporting outbuildings including a 30x56 shop, 22x56 barn, 28x34 pole building, and a 16x27 storage building. There are two exempt domestic wells and a stock well. The water rights are administered through the Horse Creek Water Users Association (HCWUA). Water is delivered through 5 high capacity irrigation wells permitted for irrigation. WATER RIGHTSAdjudicated in Case No. W-1745, Water Division 2 in 1978, and subsequently included within the HCWUA plan for augmentation Total of 2,391 annual acre feet of production for irrigation of up to 945 acres.Permit No. 9226-F (Well No. 2 in W-1745) – Permitted to irrigate a maximum of 125 acres in the SE1/4 of Sec. 33, at a maximum diversion rate of 770 gallons per minute, annual maximum production of 567 acre feet (limited to 547 acre feet per W-1745);Permit No. 9227-F (Well No. 3 in W-1745) – Permitted to irrigate a maximum of 160 acres in the SW1/4 of Sec. 28, at a maximum diversion rate of 700 gpm, annual maximum production of 515 acre feet (limited to 496 acre feet per W-1745);Permit No. 9225-F (Well No. 1 in W-1745) – permitted to irrigate a maximum of 300 acres in the E1/2 of Sec. 29 at a maximum diversion rate of 700 gpm, annual maximum production of 515 acre feet (limited to 496 acre feet per W-1745);Permit No. 9570-F (Well No. 4 in W-1745) – permitted to irrigate a maximum of 80 acres in the W1/2 NW1/4 Sec. 28, at a maximum diversion rate of 400 gpm, annual maximum production of 300 acre feet (limited to 282 acre feet per W-1745);Permit No. 9571-RF (Well No. 5 in W-1745) – permitted to irrigate a maximum of 660 acres (280 acres per W-1745) in the W1/2 NW1/4 of Sec. 28 and all of Sec. 29, at a maximum diversion rate of 1000 gpm, annual maximum production of 570 acre feet – this 1,000 gpm entitlement included an 800 gpm absolute decree, and a 200 gpm conditional water right in W-1745. That conditional water right was abandoned for lack of use in Case No. 86CW56, so this well is now effectively permitted for 800 gpmCURRENT CROPS120 hemp (to be harvested fall 2020)120 fallow120 grass hay120 grass hay 120 grass alfalfa sainfoin mix 60 grass alfalfa/60 Rye Triticale radish mix60 grass/ 60 rye triticale radish mixThe level farm ground and soils is suitable for sod, hay crops, corn/wheat and other grains and hemp. Dryland corners80 acres alfalfa grass dryland320 acres native pastureIRRIGATION EQUIPMENTCircle 1 - 2016 T&L 7 Tower PivotCircle 2 - 2013 T&L 7 Tower PivotCircle 3 - 2005+/- Zimmatic 7 Tower PivotCircle 4 - 2013 T&L 7 Tower PivotCircle 5 - 2016 T&L 7 Tower PivotCircle 6&7 - 2013 T&L Towable 7 Tower PivotThe T&L's pivots are electric over hydraulic, so no high voltage running down the pivot with GPS controlled start/stop/reverseThe Zimmatic is all electric with mechanical reverse.SOILS36.3% Breaser Sandy Loam 36.0% Platner Loam9.5% Bresser Truckton Blakeland Complex 5.3% Ascalon Sandy Loam 5.1% Truckton Sandy Loam 2.2% Besser Sandy Loam 1.8% Truckton Sandy Loam1.7% Platner LoamHUNTING/RECREATION The farm is a magnet for Trophy plains Mule Deer.Pronghorn Antelope are numerous. Coyote, fox, raccoon Colorado GMU area 111Eligible for the Colorado land owner Deer and antelope draw. AREA/CLIMATE/LOCATION Average annual precipitation is 15 inches per year Rush Colorado is a small rural town community with a church, post office, restaurant, and Miami-Yoder K-12 school. 40 minutes east of Colorado Springs on the high plains of Colorado. 
3 bar 2 Bighorns Ranch
Washakie, Wyoming
3072.00 acres
3 bar 2 is an excellent high country ranch in the tightly held Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming. The ranch offers excellent Elk, Mule Deer and Antelope hunting. The sellers are motivated to make a deal!  With 2532 deeded acres, 500 acre BLM lease and 40 acres of Wyoming State lease, the ranch is an excellent summer cattle ranch which is currently leased for grazing. The ranch is in high demand for grazing leases. The new buyer would have the choice to continue or cancel the lease. Stocking rates at 300 yearlings or 150 pairs for 5 months. The ranch offers springs and earthen livestock dams for stock water. The property is a good mix of open meadows and timbered areas that offer protection for cattle. The hard grass pastures have excellent grass and result in excellent gains. The property would make an excellent hunting ranch retreat for the discriminating buyer. The access from the ranch to thousands of acres of BLM to the north of the property is limited to very few including the ranch. The Middle Fork of the Powder River runs across this portion of BLM and offers great fishing in one of Wyoming great fishing streams. Come stake your claim in the southern Big Horns and own of piece of the country made famous by Jesse James and Butch Cassidy in Hole in the Wall Country. Call to schedule your private showing. 
West Bijou 1360
Elbert, Colorado
1360.00 acres
Located near Elbert, Colorado in Elbert County, this 1,360 acres in the Bijou Valley has the perfect mix of mature Ponderosa Pines, meadows and water. Ideally set up for cattle with exceptional water resources, good cover and new fencing. The property has several stock dams and two solar stock wells. There is a good set of working and gathering pens a loafing shed and corrals. This ranch is an excellent hunting property with trophy Mule Deer, Pronghorn, Elk and Turkey. For the hunter, it will not disappoint. Many trophy class Mule Deer have been taken on the ranch. There is a resident herd of elk in the area as well. You will not find a better ranch with more character in the area. Located 35-40 minutes from the south Denver Metro area, access is a breeze to all the conveniences the city has to offer. Being on the ranch is a world away. It is bordered by two county maintained roads. Call to schedule your private showing. 
Pleasant Valley Irrigated
Adams, Colorado
285.00 acres
INTRODUCTIONIntroducing Pleasant Valley Irrigated Farm. This 285 acre farm with 250 acres irrigated, has some of the best and most reliable irrigation water in the area and top notch modern irrigation equipment. Included is a beautifully appointed 5 bedroom/2 bathroom home on a full walkout basement and a set of good working corrals and pens.  WATER5 commingled alluvial irrigation wells producing 1,200 gallons per minute. Kiowa-Bijou Designated Groundwater Basin, which is a closed basin. The wells are not required to be metered. Provides water for the full growing season with no draw down.  CROP34 level acres of new crop Triticale with drip irrigation; 20 level acres of new crop Triticale with drip irrigation; 32 acres of level established orchard grass with drip irrigation; 155 acres under pivot of Teff grass stubble to be replanted late May. 9 acres level fallow land with drip irrigation.  LAND The farm is 285 acres in total with 250 acres of level irrigated acres and 30 acres of  dryland crop land. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT/IMPROVEMENTS -2010 Valley 9 tower pivot sprinkler with drops irrigates 155 acres. -2013 Toro drip system with a water treatment unit. Irrigates 95 acres -a great usable set of corrals and cattle working pens built with continuous fencing panels. MINERALSSeller owned mineral rights are now included!  HOMEBoasting a spacious 2013 modular with 2,100 square feet above grade with 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms and a 2,100 square foot partially finished walkout basement with 2 bedrooms, craft area and roughed in bathroom. This home is a very well built modern home with an open concept floor plan, highlighted by the large master bedroom and spacious 5 piece master bath. The home and corrals are serviced by a good domestic well.  HUNTING This area in Colorado GMU 99 is known for its trophy Mule Deer hunting. Located near the cover of the Bijou Creek, Muley’s travel to feed to and from the Bijou through this farm and area farms. There are Pronghorn Antelope, coyotes, and some upland game  birds.  Call to schedule your private your!   
Double Tree North 480
Elbert, Colorado
480.00 acres
Double Tree North 480 is a beautiful cattle and hunting ranch east of Elbert, Colorado. The ranch is a great mix of Ponderosa Pine, Cedar and Oak Brush cover and open grasslands. Located in Colorado game management unit 105, the property is loaded with trophy class Mule Deer, Pronghorn Antelope, Turkey and Elk. Area 105 is an "over the counter" plains Elk unit.  The ranch is perfectly set up for cattle with several stock dams, and a newer solar well that is piped to two tanks. The trees provide excellent winter cover and with the abundant water resources makes a good year around ranch. The fences are in perfect shape and the land has been meticulously cared for. The native grasses are packed with protein and cattle gains unbeatable. Located in desirable Elbert County, the ranch is 45 minutes to Colorado Springs and Castle Rock, and one hour to Denver. For the front range professional, this is the hunting/cattle ranch you are looking for with unlimited perfect building sites. Call Jim Digby to schedule your private tour. 
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