INGRESS & EGRESS: The property is easily accessed by heading north out of Colusa on River Road toward Afton for about twelve (12) miles. The property can also be accessed by leaving Hwy 162 east of Butte City and turning south on Road Y to Afton. Proceed through Afton heading south to Road 69 then west to River Road. Turn south on River Road and proceed about a half mile to the property’s entrance. The property is split by River Road creating an east and west portion.
DESCRIPTION: The property consists of 390.12 assessed acres, m/l and known as assessor parcel numbers:
- Colusa County: 012-120-016 (3 acres) and 012-120-018 (60 acres.)
- Glenn County: 013-13-0-014 (67.86 acres), 013-17-0-009 (119.79 acres), and 013-17-0-010 (139.47 acres).
ZONING: In Colusa County the property is zoned exclusive ag with a General Plan designation of General Agriculture. In Glenn County the property is zoned FS-80 with a General Plan designation for Intensive Agriculture. The property is also subject to a farm land Security Zone Contract expressing an intent to not sub-divide the property for the rolling 20-year contract term in return for property tax incentives (Williamson Act Current Property Taxes $4,246).
IRRIGATION: The ranch is irrigated with three ag wells providing groundwater. Two of the ag wells are located outside the river levee providing irrigation resources for that portion of the property. One ag well is located within those fields inside the levee. The well adjacent to River Road has an electric pump (40) horsepower pump. The other two wells have gear head pumps driven by engine power plants. The two wells outside the river levee are connected by underground pipe line to each other to increase flow if needed.
DOMESTIC WELL: There is one small domestic well on the storage building pad which is unhooked from electric service.
MINERAL RIGHTS: There are no mineral rights that come with the sale of the property.
SOILS: Colusa County portion of the ranch is Columbia soils un-differentiated
Grade 1. The soils are a mixture of Columbia and Zamora series and average Grade 2.
STORAGE BUILDINGS: There are two wooden storage buildings with a tin roof and tin doors. The two buildings are 32 feet wide and 80 feet long and 12 feet high to the eaves with cement floors. There is also one cement block building measuring 37 feet long and 20 feet wide and 8 feet high to the eaves. This building is not in working order. There also is one old garage storage building that is not in useable condition.