Boyd County Bugles & Bucks If you are looking for a working cattle ranch that supports 135 pairs for the 5 month season, and boast phenomenal hunting for elk, deer, turkey, upland birds, and many predators. Your search is over! Land The ranch consists of 902.39 deeded acres and 237 school lease acres. Miles of buried waterlines have been installed to make watering cattle and wildlife a breeze. Water is provided by rural water. Currently there are 28 stock tanks, 8 hydrants, newer interior cross fencing, and some new perimeter fencing.  This ranch has been well cared for with cattle and wildlife at the forefront of management practices. There has been extensive work done on the ranch, including hundreds of acres of cedar tree removal, large amounts of Forest Stand Improvement projects, and additional EQIP cost share contracts, which are still ongoing on the ranch.  There are miles of trails throughout the property that makes checking cattle, getting to and from your favorite hunting blind or stand, and moving around the ranch easy and enjoyable for whatever machine you choose for your transportation. Some of the recent improvements include a stocked pond with walleye, yellow perch, and bluegill. There is another dam currently being constructed with additional habitat surrounding it and fenced off from cattle. There are approximately 96 acres of dryland crop production, which includes a large food plot that is centrally located. The remainder of the property is encompassed with good hard pasture, numerous species of timber, and multiple ponds ranging in size. Timber species include Burr Oak, Black Walnut, Hackberry, Lindon, Ash, Cottonwood, White Elm, American Elm, Box Elder, Chinese Elm, Locust, Russian Olive, Mulberry, and Eastern Red Cedar. Improvements Perched in the perfect location for amazing sunrise and sunset views over the Missouri River bluffs is a 36’x40’ insulated metal building being used as a cabin. It consists of 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a kitchen, and a great room. To the south of the cabin are some smaller storage buildings, steel corrals with paddock watering system, pens for animals such as hogs or smaller animals, and additional crop ground. Region & Climate Weather in Lynch, NE and the surrounding area is generally quite mild and pleasant. Summers are usually long and warm, with temperatures often reaching the high 80s during the day and low 70s at night. Winters are typically short and cold, with temperatures dropping into the mid-twenties or lower during the day and single digits or below at night. Precipitation in Lynch and surrounding areas have an annual average of around 24 inches of rain and 15 inches of snowfall each year. Overall, Lynch has a relatively mild climate. Lynch, Nebraska gets 24 inches of rain, 32 inches of snow, and there are 218 sunny days on average, per year.

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Property Status:
Acreage: 1139.39
Price: $2,625,000  
MLS/Other ID: 1046
Listing Website: Vist Here
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