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December 29, 2017
GROUND
110 acres, 2 pivots in Wil- BOTTOM
lowcreek, OR. Call Mike WANTED: Experienced
local consultant and
541-823-2838
bank developer seeks
land or partnership with
567 Dairy Farms
land owner for wetland
DAIRY- IDAHO
mitigation bank. Land
Gooding: Nice dairy, 86 should be farmed wapa-
acres, mini pivot, double to, cove, or other poorly
10 parallel barn, calving drained soil. I have many
barn, commodity barn, references and good re-
paved feeding area, pipe lations with permitting
and cable corrals with agencies.
Clackamas
shades, 498 head CAFO. County, OR. 503-522-
Nice home, $1,200,000. 0855
Tom Floyd 208-996-5129 bhaddaway@cascadeenv.com
Western Idaho Realty
579 Acreage
50 Acres irrigated organ-
ic land and buildings: Undeveloped
4.12
house, 200 speeper acres- Mill City, OR.:
barn, large open barn, noted in Linn County re-
double 6 herringbone. cords as Lot I of Shaw’s
Turner, OR. 503-930- addition of 90+ year old
1706
farmland still suitable
for animal grazing; city
570 Orchard &
also zoned for multiple
Vineyard
housing. Two points of
Property
entry: 1) 5th street be-
tween two city wells, and
2) dirt road on 6th street
between Kingwood and
Hazel. Price negotiable
with seller. Contact Rog-
er Elliott, RE/MAX Integ-
rity, 503-569-5003
relliott@integrityagents.com
Flory 7670 Sweepers:
Cab and open station,
starting at $34,000. Sil-
verton, OR. 503-932-
0766
576 Land
For Sale or Trade: 2
buildable lots in Baker
city, OR. Assessed at
$32,060. Consider live-
stock equipment, live-
stock, etc. Nancy 541-
548-3818
Grazing Land in
NE California
Grazing land east of
CalPines, next to Graves
Reservoir. 2367 acres
and 760 acres. Access
is limited, seasonal to
some and across public
land to some. Seasonal
drainage. Great hunting,
buck, antelope, game
bird. Owner will consider
terms for qualified buyer,
$450/ acre. SW of Altur-
as near County Rd 72.
360-675-9091 x3.
julia@ipmrent.com
McMinnville, OR.
11 acre wooded building
site, 60 GPM well, drain
field. 8 miles west on
Peavine Rd. $210,000.
BHHSNW Real Estate. Ron
Peddicord 503-550-0188
582 Pasture
SUMMER PASTURE:
10,000
acres,
7200
acres deeded, lots of wa-
ter, high country, Eastern
Oregon,
$2,600,000.
Tom Phillips Agency 541-
889-8401, Email:
tomtpa7@gmail.com
5,640 Acres
Dry Pasture:
Grazing ground between
Ontario and Huntington
Oregon, leased for the
2017 grazing season,
freeway splits property,
Hwy 201 access, fenced
and cross fenced, water
both springs and well, In
addition to spring some
years would make good
fall and some winter pas-
ture, $2,600,000. Tom
Phillips Agency 541-889-
Undeveloped
4.12 8401. Email:
acres- Mill City, OR.: tomtpa7@gmail.com
noted in Linn County re-
cords as Lot I of Shaw’s
644 Business
addition of 90+ year old
for Sale
farmland still suitable
for animal grazing; city
also zoned for multiple
housing. Two points of
entry: 1) 5th street be-
tween two city wells, and
FEED STORE BUSINESS
2) dirt road on 6th street
opportunity for sale:
between Kingwood and
Small six year old feed
Hazel. Price negotiable
store in lovely rural
with seller. Contact Rog-
community close to Mt.
er Elliott, RE/MAX Integ-
Rainier in Eatonville,
rity, 503-569-5003
WA needs new owner
relliott@integrityagents.com
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HARVEY KEMPEMA
Real Pro NW
644 Business
for Sale
651 Help Wanted
Deschutes Motel
13- room + living quar-
ters. All rooms and liv-
ing quarters have been
up-dated.
Excellent
income and cap. rate.
Enjoy the excellent fish-
ing and rafting on the
Deschutes River. Bill
Bellamy, Coldwell Bank-
er Dick Dodson Realty
541-420-7192
Seeking honest, de-
pendable ranch hand
with experience with
cattle, feedlots, farm-
ing, irrigating, and gen-
eral ranch operations.
900+ head cow/ calf
operation is located in
Eastern Oregon. Hous-
ing, utilities provided.
Salary DOE. Vale, OR.
Established
Cactus 541-881-6006
and Succulent Plant
Business: Potential for Deep Springs College
Growth in Portland, OR. seeks a farm manager
Area. Established Cli- to operate a 150 acre
ent Base. Greenhouses. hay operation (sched-
Yaquina Nursery and uled for USDA Organic
Greenhouses. 541-265- certification in 2018).
Candidates should have
7934
necessary farm and
mechanical skills to op-
651 Help Wanted
erate and maintain ba-
sic systems including
irrigation pumps and
plumbing, tractors, and
implements. Experience
with hay is preferred but
Class A
not necessary. The farm
Truck Driver Needed
manager is also a super-
Crop Production Ser- visor and role model for
vices is looking for a De- up to five student work-
livery Driver for our Cor- ers throughout the year
nelius, Oregon location. and will live on-site and
Description:
participate in the broader
Handles and delivers life of the college com-
bulk and packaged fer- munity. Competitive pay
tilizer and chemicals, and benefits. Applica-
performs daily vehicle tions accepted through
inspections,
handles January 15, start date
and delivers packaged April 15, 2018. Contact
chemicals, cleans and Director of Operations
maintains
equipment, Padraic MacLeish at
assists mechanic, may staffsearch@deepsprings.
maintain
maintenance edu with questions or to
records, and other duties apply by submitting a
as assigned.
resume with cover letter.
Requirements:
www.deepsprings.edu.
High School diploma or Big Pine, CA.
demonstrated
experi-
ence in vocational agri-
cultural or a combination
of education and work
experience. Valid driver’s
license and current CDL
required (Class A). DOT-
minimum age require-
ment is 21 years. Must Ag Sustainability Manager
Boise, ID
be able to work 40 hours/
week plus overtime in the www.simplot.com/careers
Select Job Search
busy season.
Current Opportunities
To apply visit:
All Open Positions
www.cpsagu.com/careers
Job ID #4872
Cascadian Farm is look-
ing for a talented, cre-
ative, and passionate
farmer to join our team
as Farm Manager in
Rockport, WA.
The Farm Manager is re-
sponsible for overseeing
all aspects of production,
developing and execut-
ing long- term farming
strategy, serving as our
organic expert, and pro-
viding education to farm
visitors. The Farm Man-
ager provides strategic
leadership for the Field
Supervisor and seasonal
farm staff and maintains
a safe, clean, and orga-
nized environment for
staff and customers. The
Farm Manager works
with the Site Director on
education and outreach
as well as identifying and
implementing opportuni-
ties to serve the organic
community on a local,
regional, and national
level.
This is a full- time, year-
round position. A com-
petitive salary starts at
$50,000. We offer a gen-
erous benefits package
which includes Medical,
Dental and Vision cov-
erage, 15 days Paid Va-
cation, 11 Paid Holidays,
and a generous 401K
match. Annual raise and
bonus based on person-
al and organizational
performance.
Visit
http://careers.
generalmills.com/
job/7864960/ for a full
job description and to
apply online.
Need a Farm Mechanic
for Alfafa, Wheat and
Cattle Farm: Walla Wal-
la, WA.
Must be dependable
and trustworthy.
Must be able to repair
small engines to tractors
and trucks, weld, fab-
ricate, a/c knowledge,
CDL preferred, inspect
equipment,
maintain
equipment, be orga-
nized, be able to work
with others and work
alone, have gps knowl-
edge and technology.
Wages $40-60k or more
depending on experi-
ence, plus other benefits
offered. Need to be able
to work 40-60 hours in
summer and 40 hours a
week in winter. Send re-
sume or questions to
briankmaiden@gmail.com
Our Tangent, OR facili-
ty has 2 full-time open-
ings in its Seed Pro-
duction
Department.
Benefits include PTO,
401K, health and dental
insurance. If you are in-
terested in working in an
environment that encour-
ages team work and be-
ing the best that you can
be, than you would be a
great fit. You must have
a valid driver’s license
and be able to work vari-
able hours during the
busy times of the year.
To see a complete job
description and to apply,
go to www.betaseed.com
Betaseed is the leading
Sugarbeet seed brand
for growers in North
America. EOE
651 Help Wanted
Ranch Hand Wanted:
General ranch duties
and operate basic ranch
machinery. Must posses
a valid driver’s license
and pass a drug test.
Salary DOE plus 1 bed-
room home with utilities.
South Eastern Oregon
541-589-2123
Ranch Hand Wanted:
must have experience in
cattle, horses, hay, fence
building. Must be able
to operate machinery.
Housing provided, wage
DOE. Must be a self
starter.
541-676-5319,
541-571-4415
Eastern
OR.
Larger seed cleaning
Operations
Manager
and Seed Sales posi-
tion. Role will oversee all
daily operations with an
office assistant’s help.
In addition, position will
be responsible for both
purchasing seed from
growers or other par-
ties and then selling the
seed on the open mar-
ket. Minimum of 5 years
experience in the seed
industry either in sales or
management/ high-lev-
el supervisory capacity.
Compensation will be
base plus commission
based on experience of
applicants. Please sub-
mit your resume to:
helpwanted@capitalpress.com
with LF789 in the subject
line.
Agricultural Employers/
Employees: Nationwide
Agri-Business, and Produc-
tion Career Opportunities.
Hansen Agri-PLACEMENT.
308-382-7350. View
www.hansenagriplacement.com
Ranch/ Farm worker
needed. Work includes
but not limited to fence
building/ maintenance,
irrigating, weed spraying,
and land development.
Heavy machinery expe-
rience a plus. Must be
dependable self-starter.
Reduced rent housing
available.
Competitive
Pay DOE. Call M-F 8AM-
5PM. Othello, WA. 509-
551-0631
Agriculture Technician/
Manager: Klamath Basin
Oregon area. Call Janice
541-892-1381
Pesticide
Applicator
for Row Crop Farm in
Northern
Willamette
Valley, OR. Work De-
scription: Applying crop
pesticides, tractor work,
truck driving and equip-
ment maintenance. Year-
round employment. 503-
805-3814
651 Help Wanted
651 Help Wanted
Ranch Hand: Commer-
cial Cow/Calf Operation
in Eastern Oregon. Seek-
ing someone with expe-
rience in all aspects of
ranching. Duties include:
feeding, doctoring, fenc-
ing, calving, branding,
gathering, sorting, and
moving. Truck driving a
plus. Housing and other
benefits included. Back-
ground check and di-
SIMPLOT
FEEDERS rect screening required.
is hiring PEN RIDERS. Email resume with refer-
If you have experience ences to:
working with livestock, midcolumbiawheat@gmail.
enjoy working outside, com. Morrow County,
and can saddle and ride OR.
a horse- this could be
the job for you! Care for
up to 2 personal broke
horses is provided (on- Experienced
Mechan-
site vet care, feed, and ic wanted for full-time
boarding). Apply in per- employment for a fast
son at 13981 Dodd Rd., paced farm/ construction
Burbank, WA, or email company. Must be able
resume:
to repair heavy construc-
julie.lawrence@simplot.com tion and farm equipment,
509-547-8864
weld, fix wiring and have
own tools. Dayton, WA.
509-386-4004
664 Services
Ranch/ Farm Manager
and worker(s) Need-
ed: Deer Island, OR.
Housing available, sal-
ary DOE.
contactus@
mistymorningfarms.com
or leave message 503-
397-7999
Dairy Farm Operations
Manager, WSU Knott
Dairy Center, Wash-
ington State University.
The Department of Ani-
mal Sciences within the
College of Agricultural,
Human, and Natural
Resource Sciences at
Washington State Uni-
versity is seeking can-
didates for a Dairy Farm
Operations
Manager
(Administrative Profes-
sional). The Dairy Farm
Operations Manager is
responsible for the man-
agement of the Depart-
ment of Animal Sciences
Dairy teaching and re-
search herd (Knott Dairy
Center). Duties include
planning,
scheduling,
and directing personnel
resources and facili-
ties for the milking cow
herd and replacement
heifer events (calving,
breeding, milking, nutri-
tion and feeding, health
care, forage utilization,
milk and livestock sales).
This position coordinates
animal and facility use
serves as the central
person for communica-
tions and organizational
issues in coordination
with the needs of multi-
ple research, extension,
and courses. Additional-
ly, the manager teaches
classes and advises stu-
dents as assigned by the
department chair. The
Dairy Farm Operations
Manager is an import-
ant representative of the
Department of Animal
Sciences, WSU, and the
dairy industry. Please
visit:
https://www.wsujobs.com/
for more information and
to apply. WSU is an EO/
AA Educator and Em-
ployer. Pullman, WA.
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664 Services
Fence Installed
With Hydraulic Post Driver:
503-859-2804
www.statewidefence.net
New Zealand, non-climb
horse, sheep & goat,
field fence, barbed wire,
deer and game fencing,
rail fencing and gates.
The “Farmer 4” works co-
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Operations Manager and
Assistant manager in the
feeding of animals, the
maintenance of animal
housing facilities, and
operating and maintain-
ing creamery/ milking
equipment. This position
will direct the student
support staff in day-to-
day operations of animal
care and training in the
safe operation of cream-
ery/ milking equipment.
The “Farmer 4” will keep
records of daily activities.
The “Farmer 4” will safe-
ly operate feeding and
milking equipment. The
position will also assist
instructors in conducting
on farm laboratories, and
assist researchers in the
collections of experimen-
tal samples.
To apply please go to
www.wsujobs.com/
WSU is an EO/AA Edu-
cator and Employer. Pull-
man, WA.
DRAINAGE SOLUTIONS
Increase yields, provide
deeper root growth,
improve soil aeration,
reduce
compaction,
decrease soil erosion.
Creekside Valley Farms
Serving Oregon and
Washington. 503-864-
4422
BREEDEN LOG CO.
Land Clearing, Road
Constr., Ripping, Ponds, Site
Prep, Utilities, Bridges
503-843-2981
503-435-7098 cell
CCB#130229, Lic., Bonded, Insured
Sheridan, OR
VANDERBECK
TRUCKING &
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INC.
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Contractors Law
(ORS 701) requires that all
businesses that advertise
remodeling, repair, home
improvement or new con-
struction be licensed with
the
Construction
Contractors Board. An
active license means the
contractor is bonded and
insured.
Verify a contractor’s
license and complaint
history at
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660-1-52-4/#13
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cape Contractors Law
(ORS 671) requires that all
landscape contracting bus-
inesses to be licensed with
the Landscape Contractors
Board. This four (4) digit
number assures the busi-
ness has a bond, insurance
and an associated land-
scape contractor who has
fulfilled the testing and
experience requirements
for licensure. For your pro-
tection, verify & check a
license status on our web:
www. lcb.state.or.us or call
(503) 986-6561 before hir-
ing a landscape business.
Landscape Maintenance
companies do not have to
be licensed to perform
maintenance functions on
your already installed
landscape.
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PACIFIC NORTHWEST PROPERTIES
GRANT COUNTY, DAYVILLE, OREGON - Rudio Mountain
Ranch, 24,178+/- acres. Timbered property abundant with
wildlife including mule deer, elk, turkey, and bear.
$27,950,000 CP#02517
KLAMATH COUNTY, KLAMATH FALLS, OR- 3,386 +/- acres
with 4 miles of lake frontage. A very efficient and
economically operating cattle ranch with a combination of
rangeland pasture, irrigated meadows and timberland.
Wildlife including deer and elk. Denny Creek flows through
the ranch. Zoned for a destination resort. $21,000,000
CP#03317
WASCO COUNTY, CLARNO, OR – 47,120+/- ac. 29,279+/- ac
deeded with an additional 11,000 ac of BLM and 7,000 ac of
USFS leased lands. Over 8 miles of deeded river frontage on
the lower John Day River. Exceptional fishing. $19,750,000
CP#03015
UMATILLA COUNTY, PENDLETON, OR - 6,313.15 +/- acres, 53
bushels average production history, with a CSP contract. The
farm contains 5,915.76 tillable acres with a proven 97 bushel
crop in 2017. Two homes, bunk house, shop, machinery shed,
and barn. $7,310,000.00 CP#03217
UNION COUNTY, NORTH POWDER, OR - 2,518+/- acre ranch
located at the base of the Elkhorn Mountains. 11,000+/- sq ft
custom built timber frame home with guest quarters and
outbuildings. Elk, deer and turkey hunting, and stocked
fishing ponds. REDUCED TO $6,500,000 CP#00217
UMATILLA COUNTY, PENDLETON, OR – 737+/- deeded ac of
which 549 ac are irrigated under center pivots. 115 ac dryland
crop enrolled in CRP and 62 ac rangeland. Main home and
outbuildings. Deer and bird hunting. Broker owned.
$4,500,000 CP#01316
UNION COUNTY, MEDICAL SPRINGS, OR - 5,350 contiguous
ac timber parcel inside a larger 9,560 ac grazing area w/
additional 2,400 grazing ac negotiable for lease from seller.
Ponds and springs. LOP tags for deer and elk. $3,445,000
CP#02514
WALLOWA COUNTY, TROY, OR - Off-grid, self-sufficient
5,386+/- sq. ft. home on canyon rim overlooking 861+/- acres
and 3+/- miles of deeded river frontage. Bordered by the
Wenaha Wildlife Area. Fishing and hunting within the
property. This property has Wi-Fi . $2,900,000.00 CP#02417
BAKER COUNTY, BAKER CITY, OR - 559.09 ac. with house,
barn and hay shed. 547.9 ac of water rights. Wheel line and
flood irrigation. $2,300,000 CP#00317
BAKER COUNTY, BAKER CITY, OR - Keating Valley 425 ac
irrigated hay/pasture ranch. 360 ac Powder River water rights.
8 Tower pivot. 196 ac irr along river. Remodeled home. Shop
w/working facilities. 1 mo BLM permit out the gate. 18 miles
from Baker City. $2,300,000 CP#00617
GILLIAM COUNTY, Condon, OR - 2,248 total acres. Excellent
deer hunting, with upland birds and elk. East 30 Mile Creek
runs through property. 750 acres of CRP with 4 years
remaining on contract, 407 acres to tillable, and 1091 acres
of range. $1,750,000.00 CP#01917
DOUGLAS COUNTY, CANYONVILLE, OR - South Umpqua River
Ranch has river frontage and 618.17 ac with 142 ac irrigated
cropland/pivot and hillside pasture. 5 ac / 2 homesites, feeder
barns, hay barns, milk parlor and shops/storage. Water rights.
Price reduced to $1,600,000 CP#00517
UMATILLA COUNTY, HERMISTON, OR - 38.5 acre small scale,
full operation facility. Shop, pivot irrigated fields, small feed
lot, corral system, pastures, and a 2,400 sq. ft. custom built
home. $1,500,000 CP#01117
BAKER COUNTY, KEATING, OR - 262 ac. Nice home, additional
living quarters, shop, irrigated pasture, 1 mile of Powder River
frontage. 127 ac water right, 2.5 ac pond. $1,399,000 CP#00416
GRANT COUNTY, MT. VERNON, OR - 464.03 total acres. 55
acres of pasture, 330 acres planted to spring barley and
alfalfa. 8 springs located throughout. 2015 Marlette Home
with 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, office, and carport. $1,350,000
CP#02217
GILLIAM COUNTY, CONDON, OR – 1,976.64 total ac. Deer,
elk, and upland birds. Currently 837.74 ac of range, 984.96 ac
of dryland crop, and 153.94 ac under CRP contract. Home with
bunkhouse and outbuildings. $1,335,430 CP#02716
MORROW COUNTY, HEPPNER, OR - 1,258 ac. Custom 3,400 sq. ft.
log home. Two year-round creeks, bunkhouse, barn/shop and shop.
Completely fenced and cross fenced. $1,300,000 CP#02617
WHEELER COUNTY, MITCHELL, OR – 1,475 total ac of timber
and range. Bridge Creek, seasonal creeks and springs, elk and
mule deer. $1,143,125 CP#03415
MORROW COUNTY, LEXINGTON, OR – 260 +/- ac equine facility
which includes 65 ac irrigated lands, 184 ac CRP, 3,349 SF home,
and complete horse facilities. Additional 225 ac water rights. Turn-
key operation. REDUCED TO $1,000,000 CP#00616
UMATILLA COUNTY, PENDLETON, OR - 1402 ac., 1288 ac.
expired CRP. 45 bu. average historical wheat production.
Suitable for pasture and/or renewed wheat rotation. Good
ROI. $865,900 CP#00417
BAKER COUNTY, HEREFORD, OR – 1,560 ac. Perennial
streams, springs, timber, corrals. Excellent hunting, 3 LOP tags.
$834,000 CP#02915
BAKER COUNTY, KEATING, OR - 1,312 ac timber parcel with
mountain pasture. Balm Creek Reservoir. Stream and springs.
LOP tags. Located adjacent to Wallowa Whitman National
Forest. $799,000 CP#00714
GILLIAM COUNTY, CONDON, OR – 1,398.18 total ac. CRP
108.01 ac, 784.24 ac of range and 505.93 ac currently seeded
to wheat. No improvements. Great deer, elk, and Chukar
hunting. $700,491 CP#02616
BENTON COUNTY, KENNEWICK, WA - 6.29 ac with an indoor
arena, horse barn, shop, with a new 2,254 square foot home.
$625,000 CP#02916
MALHEUR COUNTY, ONTARIO, OR – 115 ac, 66 ac irrigated.
Pond, 2,500 sq. ft. home, and outbuildings. Wildlife, views, 6
miles from Ontario. $550,000 CP#01915
BAKER COUNTY, HAINES, OR - 88.98 ac. nestled at the base
of the Elkhorn Mountains. Main house, several outbuildings,
hay/livestock barn and cattle working facility. Irrigated grass
pasture. $549,000 CP#03116
UMATILLA COUNTY, WESTON, OR – Investment opportunity.
102 +/- forested ac, 65 ac zoned FR allows development of 5
ac tracts. Power and well. Wildlife. $525,000 CP#02416
541-278-4444
101 S.E. 3rd | P.O.Box 1614, Pendleton, OR 97801
• Jim Whitney,
CCIM/Owner/Principal Broker
• Todd Longgood, Owner/Broker
• Gary Jellum, Broker
• Timothy “Scott” Coe, Broker
• Travis Bloomer, Broker
• Blake Knowles, Broker
• Christopher Stuvland, Broker
664-48-5-3/106
576 Land
52-3/108
564 Farms
UNION COUNTY, UNION, OR - 325.97 +/- ac. Timber parcel
with 1/2 mile of Catherine Creek. 1 mm BF timber per 2010
cruise. Adjacent to USFS. Downstream from wilderness access
area. 11 mi. south of Union. $499,000 CP#02614
GILLIAM COUNTY, CONDON, OR – 939.75 total ac. Property
consisting of 612.27 ac of range, 229.52 ac currently in wheat
production, and 97.96 ac of CRP. Abundant deer, upland birds,
occasional elk. $385,979 CP#02516
UMATILLA COUNTY, PILOT ROCK, OR - 76 +/- deeded ac /
East Birch Creek running through the property. 63.3 acres
containing water rights. Irrigated with 3 wheel lines & sub-
irrigation. 40’x46’ metal shop, equipment yard and 2 wells.
Buildable lot within the city limits. $385,000 #CP#01517
UMATILLA COUNTY, PENDLETON, OR - 11.6 acres of dryland
pasture, 7 miles NW of Pendleton. 3 bedroom, 1 bath home
with laundry area and deck. Large shop with multiple large
overhead doors and living quarters. $385,000 CP#02817
UMATILLA COUNTY, MILTON-FREEWATER, OREGON - 287.30
ac with 143.09 ac in CRP. Multiple developed springs,
buildable home site, LOP tags for Walla Walla Unit.
$350,000.00 CP#01617
UMATILLA COUNTY, PENDLETON, OR – Development
potential 76.37 ac parcel. Zoned to allow the creation of 4ea
nine ac lots with 40+ ac of river bottom remaining for
recreation. $350,000 CP#02415
UMATILLA COUNTY, PENDLETON, OR - Dryland wheat/CRP
farm, Missouri Gulch. 394.73 acres northwest of Pendleton.
172 ac. enrolled CRP through 2022 and 220 ac. in production.
2017-82 bushel crop ac. REDUCED TO $312,000 CP#02914
MORROW COUNTY, ECHO, OR – CRP income property. 186.9
ac of land with 157.7 ac of CRP, power and well. The balance
of the property is range pasture. $295,000 #CP03515
UMATILLA COUNTY, PENDLETON, OREGON - 316.32 acres at
the junction of Stage Gulch and Simpson Road in dryland
wheat production. In 2017, the Seller produced 97 bushels per
acre. $249,000 CP#02917
UNION COUNTY, UNION, OR – Buildable 80 +/- ac near
Tollgate and the Spout Springs Ski Resort on the breaks of
Looking glass Creek.
Bordered on 2 sides by Umatilla
National Forest. $290,000 CP#02316
BAKER COUNTY, BAKER CITY, OR - 230 +/- acres timber parcel
located between Rock Creek and Muddy Creek. Adjacent to
ODFW area at the base of the Elkhorn Mountains. Buildable.
$229,000.00. CP#00717
BAKER COUNTY, OXBOW, OR – 160 ac hunters paradise
surrounded by BLM and NF 3 sides. Good water and timber.
Zoned timber/grazing. $160,000 CP#01916
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