Christopher D. Stuvland

Christopher D. Stuvland

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Christopher D. Stuvland


Growing up in quaint Eastern Oregon, I was privileged to work for many ranches and farms, where I developed numerous skills and valuable knowledge of the industry at both a micro and macro level. While obtaining my degree from Oregon State University, I worked for the local watershed council in the Blue Mountains, where I was a private land project coordinator. There, I helped conduct studies on how to best conserve and realize the most efficient and effective use of the water, appropriated to various properties. Upon graduating from OSU with an agricultural degree, I began work for Wilbur-Ellis as a field man, focusing on sales and crop fertilizer application.

With a diverse background in agriculture, I decided to make a long-term career decision to enter the real estate industry and specialize in the sale of agricultural and recreational properties. This allows me to combine my many passions surrounding agriculture. In this business, success to me, is defined as building strong relationships to put together transactions, founded on trust, mutual respect and hard work. I commit to bring forth tenacity, creativity, and the highest of ethics each and every day.

Licensed in the State of Oregon

Christopher’s Properties

  • 1600000
    bensel road irrigated property
    farms ranches recreationalland residentialproperty horseproperty
    New Listing
    Umatilla County, Oregon
    Introduction: Move to the heart of the Columbia Basin in an area known for its famously high productive irrigated soils that produce some of Oregon's best watermelons and specialty crops. The Bensel Road Irrigated Property offers an easy to maintain 38.49+/- acre developed hay farm. Features include a beautiful private drive to a gorgeous updated custom single-level home with attached garage, a massive shop, Zimmatic pivot irrigation hay fields, a featured pond, large equipment yard, small feed lot, corral system, and pasture acres. Currently the property is running approximately 15-20 pairs and producing 250-300 tons of hay annually
    38.49± acres
  • 1499000
    j & k pendleton ranch
    farms ranches recreationalland
    New Listing
    Umatilla County, Oregon
    Cherish the privacy of being the only house high on a ridge that offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding Umatilla County area. The J & K Pendleton Ranch is a high-class, self-sufficient farm only minutes from the city of Pendleton. This unique 161+/- deeded acre property offers both fertile productive cropland and high-volume rangeland while showcasing quality craftsmanship. Tutuilla Creek flows through the bottom of the property providing great wildlife habitat and recreational upland bird opportunities. Approximately 30 acres of permitted water rights allow for irrigation on a portion of the property. Appreciate the rural scenery off the
    161± acres
  • 1800000
    lg riverfront farm
    farms huntingland recreationalland residentialproperty undevelopedland riverfront singlefamily
    New Listing
    Union County, Oregon
    The LG Riverfront Farm offers an opportunity to own 174+/- deeded acres on the city line of Island City, OR. Currently the farm is being leased out, providing the owner with an ROI. The current tenants have implemented top farming practices and rotations with a vision for superior soil heath to maximizing crop production. The farm has produced a variety of specialty irrigated crops as well as dryland crops and has 3 ponds allowing endless recreation. Improvements on the property include a single-family home, being rented out, and grain storage silos.
    174± acres
  • 950000
    low eiseman crp farm
    farms ranches recreationalland
    New Listing
    Umatilla County, Oregon
    The Low Eiseman CRP Farm, consisting of1,026.41+/- acres is located in Eastern Oregon. The property has been owned andoperated for over 80 years by four generations of the March family. Thediversified topography includes productive cropland, range pasture, recreationalopportunity, with views of the surrounding Walla Walla Valley from differentareas of the property. Low elevations are approximately 1,100 feet with thehigh elevations reaching 3,200 feet. The soils are comprised mainly ofproductive Waha series soils within the 347.02+/- current tillable acres. Currentlythere are 338.73+/- acres that are enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program(CRP) through September 2030
    1,026± acres
  • 475000
    pendleton bridle house
    recreationalland residentialproperty horseproperty singlefamily
    Under Contract
    Umatilla County, Oregon
    Introduction: "Pendleton, Oregon- It's like no other place" The Pendleton Bridle House offers a conveniently located hobby ranchette only a short distance south from the small town of Pendleton, Oregon. Take advantage of a hard-to-find small acre property that offers a beautiful single-level home and pasture ground with water rights, stables, and a shop with a barn connected. "Pendleton is known to many as a historic western town in the Pacific Northwest - a quaint family community. It's farm country, and it's beautiful." Come live the western lifestyle. -Quick Facts- - 4 bd, 2.5 bth Single-level 2
    1.24± acres
  • 750000
    pilot rock crp fix place
    farms huntingland recreationalland
    Umatilla County, Oregon
    The Fix Place CRP Property contains 1,160+/- deeded acres and is located approximately 8 +/- miles northwest of the small town of Pilot Rock, OR. The property consists of 686.97 tillable acres with the remaining in rangeland. Currently, approximately 641.10+/- of the tillable acres are enrolled into the Conversation Reserve Program and produces an annual payment of $43,851 dollars. The property is being leased out to a longstanding tenant who receives 33% of the annual payment and is responsible for the CRP obligations. The remaining payment of 67% goes to the landlord. The soils are comprised
    1,160± acres
  • 1550000
    rock creek pivot ranch
    farms ranches recreationalland
    New Listing
    Gilliam County, Oregon
    Property: Benefit from a well-diversified property that historically was the first established ranch in Gillam County Oregon. The Rock Creek Pivot Ranch consisting of 590+/- deeded acres spans across varied topography of rolling canyon hills, flat bottom meadow acres and upper flat tillable land. The property is used as a working cattle and hay operation and supports approximately 40-60 pairs annually. Primary and supplemental water rights allow for water to be pumped and distributed throughout the irrigated acres to grow a variety of forage crops from year to year. Rock Creek runs through the middle of the property and
    590± acres
  • 320000
    spring hollow wheat farm
    Umatilla County, Oregon
    The Spring Hollow Wheat Farm offers an opportunity to have a 50% shared undivided interest of 200.5 +/- non-contiguous deeded acreage. Located southeast of Adams, Oregon, this farm is currently being leased out and providing the owner an ROI. The property is currently being farmed as a wheat/fallow rotation and has a PLC yield of 85 BU. There are no outbuildings on the parcels. Most of the acreage is flat with some slope. Soils are mainly of highly productive Athena silt loam and Palouse silt loam.
    200± acres
  • 560000
    storie ranches
    ranches recreationalland
    Umatilla County, Oregon
    The Storie Ranch offers 560 +/- acres located approximately 10 miles southeast of Pendleton, Oregon. The non-contiguous tract is located within the Confederated Tribes of Umatilla Indian Reservation. The property lies at the foothills of the Blue Mountains stretching east, adjacent to I-84. The gently rolling to steep landscape was historically farmed and then part of the Conservation Reserve Program. Currently the majority of the property is range grassland and used for recreation purposes. There is a well drilled on the property with power supplied and multiple outbuildings. Annual springs, high volume vegetation and South Patawa Creek running through
    560± acres
  • 1324670
    umatilla river mountain property
    huntingland recreationalland riverfront timberland
    Umatilla County, Oregon
    Tucked away in a gorgeous valley, sits 1,906 +/- deeded acres. The Umatilla River Mountain Property is a beautiful testament to the unique lands of Eastern Oregon. Exceptional valley views full of wildlife, native grasses and flush timber pockets make up the majority of the property that is buildable and has been managed by the owner, who is a true steward of the land. The Umatilla River, full of Rainbow trout and other fly-hungry fish, runs right through the center of the estate. Bordering the Umatilla National Forest, and surrounding the Historical Bar M Ranch, this property provides
    1,906± acres
  • 2400000
    wallowa river organic ranch
    farms huntingland ranches recreationalland undevelopedland riverfront horseproperty businessopportunity
    New Listing
    Wallowa County, Oregon
    The Wallowa River Organic Ranch is a true testament to the sheer beauty of what the Pacific Northwest has to offer. Located deep in the valley floor with beautiful panoramic views of the Wallowa Mountain Ranges, this exclusive 218.5+/- deeded acre organic ranch is a riverfront multi-featured property that is in an area known by many as one of Oregon's premier destinations. The property is certified organic and is operated in a manner since 2009 that supports the cycling of on-farm resources, promotes ecological balance, and conserves biodiversity in accordance with the USDA organic regulations. Developments on the
    218± acres

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