The Long Pine Ranch is loaded with potential. A recent appraisal by a registered forester, indicated 16,801 mbf of harvestable timber. This ranch provides grazing for 400 cow/calf pairs from June October 15th. Last year the ranch was leased out to a qualified outfitter for deer and elk. A true combination of agriculture, forestry and recreation coalescing to furnish an unrivaled opportunity for a multidimensional buyer. Habitat types ranging from early season grasses, sagebrush and ponderosa pine on the southern portion of the ranch to mature growing timber stands with perennial streams and meadows on the north half. This diversity provides livestock and wildlife the ability to thrive beginning in early spring and extending until snowfall. The property contains 7508 contiguous deeded acres. The ranch is adjacent to the Wallowa Whitman National Forest and enjoys the opportunity to lease exclusive grazing rights on public lands for a nominal fee. This option expands the grazing area to a combined total of over 10,000 acres.