In the very heart of North Central New Mexico's Rio Arriba County, you'll find this hidden hideaway, the Palmer Ranch. Less than a half mile from the Jicarilla Apache Reservation, the Palmer Ranch, a family hunting holding for +/- 20 years, is a managed producer of trophy mule deer, bear, turkey and bull elk. This 600+ acres is one of the best hunting values on the market today. Enjoy +/- 20% sage parks and grass meadows to 80% towering ponderosas, mixed oak brush, pinion and juniper . The Land This 600+ deeded acres, located between the Humphries Wildlife Management Area and the million acres of the Jicarilla Apache Reservation, is the consummate hunting and recreational property. The ranch annually draws 3 bull tags, 1 cow tag, unlimited Unit 4 mule deer tags, bear, lion and turkey, with sweet predator hunting as a bonus. There are 6 waterholes, food plots, 4 feeders and a gas powered feeder trailer. The property is perimeter fenced and would allow for livestock grazing as another option. An excellent side-by-side road system compliments the ranch with 3 to 4 miles of roads and trails. In the past, the owner has pumped irrigated parts of the meadows for food plots, with large water storage and irrigation system included. Cabin The original 3 bedroom/2 bathroom furnished modular, with permanent additions, is currently solar powered, however, the property is approximately a 1/4 mile from new power if the owner wishes to go on-grid. The décor is a little dated but very habitable and fully furnished. The well is spring fed and pumps to a cistern that waters the cabin. The views from the cabin are of large meadows and a pond, with over half the elk harvested from your porch. Paved highway with stone and steel front gate compliments this hidden game pocket, located in the heart of Rio Arriba County, where you’ll find some of the finest and most coveted big game tags in the country. Since 1960, no other location has produced more Boone and Crockett mule deer th
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