The McCord Ranch consists of 1,342± deeded acres located in Jefferson County, Nebraska, near the town of Fairbury. The ranch has been in the McCord family for a long time and is a testament to the quality of the land. The ranch is highlighted by Rose Creek, which meanders through the valley floor along the fertile farm ground. The ranch includes 254.83 acres of tillable farm ground, currently in corn, and over 1,000± acres of native pasture with timbered draws throughout. There are numerous dams, springs, and year-round creeks hidden in the timbered draws. The native pasture is protected with a conservation easement and has consistently provided a summer range for 180-200 cow/calf pairs. The combination of creeks, springs, dams, timbered draws, and farm ground provide as good of wildlife habitat that can be found. Wildlife includes trophy deer, turkeys, pheasants, quail, coyotes, raccoons, and songbirds. The McCord Ranch is located just a short distance from Lincoln but allows a feeling of remoteness. An Elevation change of over 200 feet from the valley floor up to the grassy ridges provides excellent views of the area. The ranch would make a great operation or a getaway retreat with great income potential. Offered in cooperation with Boyd Smith, Edgewater Insurance + Real Estate.