In the productive Valley below the snow-capped peak of the Itcha and Ilgachuz Mountain ranges you will find one of the most profitable cow calf operations in the Chilcotin region. Guichon Creek Ranch was homesteaded in 1958 and is still in the same family. Only 34kms from the village of Anahim Lake, you will find a picturesque ranch compromised of 12 titles, 1500 acres of freehold land and 2500 acres of lease land, along with grazing for 650+/- cows. Over the last 10 years the current owners have grown the ranch by the acquisition of both the C2 Ranch and Morrison Meadow Ranch. The combination of these ranches produces enough winter forage to sustain more than the current number of cattle. The probability of the ranch comes from low impact costs with no pumps to irrigate. All 1250 acres in production are irrigated by way of flood and yield nearly 2.0 ton per acre with the potential to be higher with fertilizer. Another value-added feature is that all of the grazing range is out of the gate from May 25th to October 15th. There are three yard sites, which are all on solar and generator systems. Each ranch has its own, well maintained, cattle handling system set up for ease of handling. The owners have worked hard to keep up on the fencing with 15 miles of new fence build in recent years. If you are in the market for a productive, self sustainable ranch with low input costs in a beautiful setting, you need to check out Guichon Creek Ranch.
NOTE: This representation is based in whole or in part on data generated by Kamloops and District Real Estate Association which assumes no responsibility for its accuracy.