Two Butte Creek Ranch is a Great little ranch with a little bit of everything. History, hunting and ranching.
Ranch features. The ranch boasts good, well sodded native grasses and has been under-grazed the last few years. It is fully fenced, has easy access, has a great water well and windmill, several springs and a stock dam. There is good natural shelter for cattle and a lot of good character. The ranch has areas of cedars and junipers, cap rock along the creek one mile of Two Butte Creek with live year around springs. The property has County Roads on two sides and is within a couple of miles of State Highway 109.
Hunting Features. Pronghorn antelope, Mule deer, elk, quail, coyote are game animals that frequent the ranch and area. In addition, there are black bear and mountain lion in the area. Over the counter plains either sex elk tags are available as well as landowner preference applications for antelope and deer. While visiting the ranch the first time, I jumped a covey of quail and saw several Pronghorn on the property.
History. -Settlers crossed the ranch in wagon trains and used the well as a major water stop along the way. The topographical map shows a variation of the Santa Fe Trail, or a cutoff, crossing the southern part of the property. The area was home to Kiowa Indians and artifacts can be found.
Call Jim Digby to schedule your private showing.