Just 9 miles south of the old commerce town of Clayton, NM is where you will find this open grassland ranch that has easy access off of the low traveled and well maintained HWY 402. From the ranch, the border of the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandle are approximately 10 to 15 miles away. The Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range is due north, and some of NM and CO's most prime mountainous hunt lands are just within an hour drive.This Land and Cattle - offers the unique opportunity to own 1217 deeded acres contiguous with 2277 leased acres of National Grassland and 640 deeded acres of leased state land with a fresh 5 year lease. The state land leases for around $600/year and the National Grassland lease is for approximately $990/year. The National Grassland lease consists of 2 permits - K20 & K21 permit. The K20 is rated for 110 AUM's ( Animal Unit Months) for 120 days, and the K21 - rated for 47 cow calf pairs. The ranch is rated to run 150 head of cattle, however the owners currently own 54 cattle on the property. So, no over grazing is currently present.The CRP- Approximately 233.2 acres of the deeded land is currently in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP).The CRP consists of two contracts; one, consisting of 168.7 acres, expires in 2022 and the second consisting of 64.5 acres expires in 2023. Annual payments are $44.70 per acre.The Water and Mineral Rights - 100% of the water right is conveyable to the new owner of the property, and there are 6 permitted wells. There is a combination of submergible pumps, over a mile of buried poly pipe water lines, 2 solar windmills, a series of rubber tire tanks, and cisterns that deliver water to the home, land, and tanks. Mineral Rights Available.The Homesite - This is a 1940's home that has had new plumbing, electrical, and septic completed in 2016. It has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, wood floors, and an open kitchen. It's heated by both wood burning stove and propane heater. Cozy is the word for this home, and think of your grandma's old house when you were a kid, and that will be an accurate description. The second home is an old homestead made of white rock. It's currently gutted and uninhabitable in it's current state.GMU 59 - This ranch falls in New Mexico game management unit 59. The current owner does not currently hunt it. Several antelope frequent the ranch on almost a daily basis. One will find some of the finest looking mule deer, white tails, and bear occasionally traverse the pastures. If hunting, this ranch is more suited for antelope and upland birds such as quail and some turkey.