Owned by the same family for over 95 years, this eastern Oregon reputation ranch runs across 14,156+/- deeded acres with private access to the lower John Day River. The John Day River is home to numerous species of fish, including wild steelhead and Chinook salmon. The historical ranch features 5+/- miles of Lower Thirty Mile Creek, which is a critical habitat component to migratory fish. The landscape provides 11,457 acres of range, 1,542 acres of dryland crop, 996 acres of CRP and 160 acres of various lands. Associated BLM grazing leases complement the ranch. A true recreation property with exceptional balance, the ranch is abundant with wildlife including big horn sheep, mule deer and elk.