New NM Hunting Ranch For Sale – Gallo Mountain Ranch

Gallo Mountain Ranch is not your typical southwest New Mexico elk hunting ranch for sale. This high alpine New Mexico ranch property for sale does have trophy bulls in the 350-400 range, but it also has spectacular beauty, national forest access, paved road access, and endless recreational opportunities. The 40,000 acre (840 deeded) Gallo Mountain Ranch is a hunters paradise located in the Gallo Mountains between Quemado and Reserve, New Mexico land for sale. In addition to qualifying for landowner elk tags in New Mexico’s unit 15, Gallo Mountain Ranch also has outstanding, deer, bear, turkey, mountain lion, and javelina hunting. For the cattleman or sportsman looking for additional income, Gallo Mountain Ranch comes with a 39,000 acre forest service grazing permit. Currently the owner is running 700 yearling from May-October. This provides a great opportunity to make some substantial yearly income. The owners are reportedly netting at least $70,000 on a yearly basis.

All around recreational ranches for sale with this kind of income potential and trophy hunting options are hard to come by. We welcome the opportunity to show you this spectacular New Mexico property for sale anytime.

Gallo Mountain Ranch Brochure

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Harrigan Land

Harrigan Land Company provides a personal and comprehensive service to buyers and sellers, with unsurpassed knowledge of fishing and hunting ranches in the states of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Oklahoma and Wyoming.

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