Keller Farm & Ranch II
$96,000 | 161.76± Acres
Keller Farm & Ranch II
City/ST/ZIP: Monticello, Utah, 84535
County: San Juan County
Lifestyles: Cattle, Elk, Mule Deer
Keller Farm & Ranch II has
awesome views of the Abajo Mountains to the West, LaSal Mountains to the North,
and distant Colorado Mountains to the East. While this 160acre tract of farm
ground sits in an area known for Dry-Farming (Monticello, Utah), this
property's water table is above average. Mule-Deer, Elk, Bear, Cougar, &
Coyote roams here. Moab and its surrounding National Parks are less than an hour
Property is in the final year of the CRP program. Thus, no farming has taken place for years. The ground
is very flat & open, with a Sagebrush draw area on Northeast corner.
Possible Stock-pond location. Views of the Abajo Mountains (Blue Mountains) to
the Northwest, the LaSal Mountains to the North, and distant Colorado Mountain
Ranges to the East. Property elevation is 6970', with surrounding land
rights are currently attached to the property but are available for application
through the Utah State Division of Water Rights.
parcels are adjacent.
The owner's Private-road provides access to the property.
Property is in the
CPR Program for the last 10+ years providing yearly income. Set to expire at the
end of 09/2020 is the current CRP. No farming or Cattle Grazing has been
allowed during the CRP Programs duration. Cattle grazed the property before the
CRP Program started.
Barbed-wire fencing. Stock-pond on Northeast corner.
- Hunting: Game Management Unit is (San Juan,
Abajo Mtns.) 14A Unit ID#546
- Property is currently part of the
Spring Creek Dodge CWMU. Mule Deer, Elk, Bear, Mtn. Lion, Coyote, etc. frequent
the area. The area mountains (LaSal Mountains & Abajo Mountains) are well known
for quality hunting & fishing.
- Fishing: Area Trout-fishing
is good on Monticello & Foy Lakes in the Abajo Mountains. While Lake Powell
is excellent for Striped-Bass, San Juan River is great for Channel-Catfish and
- Other recreational opportunities:
Moab and its many attractions are just an hour away. Newspaper Rock is a giant
rock covered with Petroglyphs for viewing on your way to Needles District of Canyonlands
National Park. View Church Rock from Utah Hwy #191. The Bears Ears National-Monument is outstanding for cultural, recreational, & natural resources.
Famous for its rock art, Pueblo-Homes, San Juan River trail running, and rock-climbing
areas. World travelers visit for camping, photography, and western times.
Schedule showing contact:
Kent "DUKE" Boyington 801-710-0623
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