||Rural home on acreage,
Guest Ranch / Dude Ranch,
||A working cattle ranch, the North Fork Cattle Company Headquarters is improved with main house, managerís house, hay barn, shop, storage building, and corrals.
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||Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo
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A portion of the historic Rancho Cuyama Number One Land Grant, the North Fork Cattle Company Headquarters comprises 3,065Ī acres of grazing land and rolling grasslands in the picturesque Cuyama Valley and is situated in both San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties. A working cattle ranch, the North Fork Cattle Company Headquarters is improved with main house, managerís house, hay barn, shop, and storage building, plus a complete set of working corrals with concrete feed bunks, loading chute and livestock scale. Additionally, there is an arena with pens and roping chute, lights, grandstand and announcerís booth. Water is plentiful with two wells and over two and a half miles of the Cuyama River running through the Ranch. Ideal for cattle operation, hunting, or recreation, the North Fork Cattle Company Headquarters offers the opportunity to own a piece of California history.
North Fork Cattle Company Headquarters is situated in the westerly part of the Cuyama Valley, along the south side of State Highway 166, approximately 36 miles east of Santa Maria and U.S. Highway 101.
In addition to over two and a half miles of the Cuyama River running through the ranch, there are two operating wells. One small well is located north of the river at the east end of the ranch. It is equipped with a 1 HP pump and pumps into a 1500 gallon tank which feeds a couple of water troughs.
The second well is located at the headquarters. It has an eight inch casing and is equipped with a 15 HP submersible pump and a pressure tank which supplies water to the residences, corrals and horse pastures. Water from this well is pumped to an 8,000 gallon tank near the south end of the ranch for further distribution to additional water troughs.
There is a spring near the southeast corner of the ranch which has not been operation for a number of years, but could possibly be developed for as an additional water supply.
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