Idaho’s Y-3 Ranch For Sale

Y-3 Ranch
Y-3 Ranch
(Hall & Hall)

Idaho’s Y-3 Ranch has been listed for sale by Hall & Hall. The 2,375-deeded acres located 30 miles south of Ketchum/Sun Valley in central Idaho is offered for $6.25 million. Owned and operated as a year-round cattle ranch by the same family for nearly 50 years, the Y-3 supports 350 breeding cows annually.

The ranch includes an adjoining 600-acre state grazing lease. There are approximately 450 acres under irrigation with 375± acres of cropland irrigated by multiple wheel lines and a single center pivot. Ranch and residential improvements include a four-bedroom owner’s home, the original two-story farmhouse, employee housing units, equipment storage, machine shop, hay barns with covered feed bunks, and cattle-handling facilities with certified scales.

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Hall & Hall brokers note the ranch is insulated by large, private ranches and undeveloped BLM and state lands, and the Y-3 Ranch offers seclusion and privacy in a beautiful foothill setting yet is easily accessible to the communities of the Wood River Valley. The Y-3 features excellent operational flexibility and can continue to be managed as a year-round livestock operation or with a focus on seasonal grazing and hay production, equestrian pursuits, recreation, and/or wildlife habitat enhancement.

 

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