The 485 acre Spotted Frog Ranch is located on Historic Highway 89 between Fairview and Mt. Pleasant in beautiful Sanpete County, Utah. It consists of 230 acres of cultivated high-yield alfalfa and grass hay land and is watered by 63 shares of Birch Creek irrigation, water rights to numerous springs, three ponds, sub-irrigation, two water wheel-lines; also, the Sanpitch River runs through portions of the property. The remaining 250 acres consists of the beautiful cedar hills to the west, currently approved for the government-approved Range Improvement Project to begin in the fall of 2016. It is perfect for trophy deer and elk hunting, four-wheeling, hiking, horseback riding or just enjoying peace and quiet. The property also boasts a lovely modular home residence and a small one-bedroom/one bath remodeled home for rental. Other structures include a large barn for hay storage equipped with feed mangers, stock working equipment, squeeze chute, etc. There is also a small two-stall horse barn with tack-room and adjacent enclosures currently used for hog raising. The ranch's name is derived from the Spotted Frog, a somewhat rare species of amphibian which resides here. It is protected by law and inhabits a small parcel of wetlands on the ranch. This wetland produces great forage and can be grazed freely except for a few weeks during April through June, designated as the frogs' mating season, however, it cannot be hayed or cultivated. In addition, the 230 acres under cultivation for hay production and grazing is prohibited from sub-division and development. The remaining 250 acres of west hills property is open for whatever use the owner designates.
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