716 acres eastern plains grassland with Highway access just east of Rush Colorado. 609 acres of native grass pasture and 107 acres of dry farm ground planted back to grass the ranch has good exterior fence, a mile of (seasonal) Steels Fork Creek. The property features a new 48 x 36 pole barn with a 9 x 48 attached overhang. The barn features two overhead doors and 4 walk in doors (3 stall doors and a walk-in door. The ranch has a good well with a windmill and large stock tank. There is electricity located along the highway and along the county road. The ranch is bordered on 3 sides by public roads. Pronghorn and Mule Deer are the primary large game species on the ranch. The rich high protein native grasses including Blue Grama and Buffalo grasses are ideal for livestock grazing and high in protein. The ranch should carry one cow calf pair per 20 acres for the growing season. The ranch is located on the eastern high plains of Colorado. Moisture total averages 14 inches per year. The ranch is 41 miles straight east of Colorado Sorings via Highway 94 and one mile east of Rush Colorado. Rush is a small community with a restaurant, post office, churches and K-12 school.