101 SE Third
Property: This property is a reputation stock operation that was divided from a larger operation. It is located on the Umatilla River below Reith, Oregon which is a winter parcel with bottom land along the Umatilla River for a hay base.
Acreage: Umatilla River below Reith,
Oregon 2835.21 acres based on Umatilla
2835.21 total acres (breakdown)
120 acres Irrigated Acres
49 acres sub irrigated bottom land
8.70 acres CRP land
577 acres Dryland Crop now in grass
2077 acres Grazing land
3.51 acres 2 homes and out buildings
Soils: Umatilla River unit. The soils range from bottom soils along the Umatilla River to hillside silt loams on the upper slopes. The bottom soils are mostly made up of Yakima silt loom 0 to 3 percent slopes. The soils are generally deep well drained soils on flood plains.
The hillsides are generally silt loam to Rock silt loams of various depths and slopes. There are some fairly steep slopes and draws. See soils map with various soil types and written soil explanations included in this brochure.
See soils map with various soil types and written soil explanations is enclosed in this brochure.
Zoning: The zoning for this tract is mostly EFU
Exclusive Farm Use. There is a tract located on 16 and 17 along
county road 799 that is zoned RHI/AR which is Rural Heavy Industrial
Zone. See planning map.
EFU. Exclusive Farm Use Zone. The purpose of the EFU is to preserve and maintain agricultural lands for farm use, including range and grazing uses, consistent with existing and future needs for agricultural products, forest and open spaces; to conserve and protect scenic resources; to maintain and improve the quality of air, water, and land resources and supportive uses, which are deemed appropriate. It is also the purpose of this zone to provide the automatic farm use valuation for farms, which qualify under the provisions of ORS Chapter 308.
The RHI Rural Heavy Industrial Zone is designed to provide for industrial uses that are appropriate for rural locations and where potential conflicts with adjacent land uses will have a minimal negative impact. It is designed to help the county expand and diversify its economic base. The RHI Zone is appropriate for areas adjacent to major transportation facilities such as railways, major highways and waterways.
This zone is applied to industrial lands outside unincorporated communities and urban growth boundaries where an exception to Goal 14 has not been approved. This rural zone will apply to lands that were zoned industrial prior to January 1,2004.
The intent of the Rural Heavy Industrial Zone is to permit the continuation and expansion of existing uses and to provide rural employment opportunities for new uses that are generally rural-scale and low impact or provide for the processing and manufacturing of resource products, farm crops and produce, minerals and aggregate resources, or the maintenance and repair of mechanical equipment related to farm or forest uses.
The land that is zoned RHI is a gravel pit that is presently being used for that purpose. The mineral rights for this parcel were sold off many years ago. No income is derived from the site.
For further information or clarification call the Umatilla County Planning Department at 541-276-7111.
Taxes: The 2010-2011 Umatilla County taxes are $2428.10.
Elevation and Rainfall: The elevation runs from 890 out to 1680 feet. The rainfall ranges from 10 inches to about 16 inches per annum. The growing season ranges from 110 days to about 170 days.
Mineral Rights: The owner does not warrant that there are any mineral rights available. However, any mineral or geo thermal rights owned by the seller are included as part of the property being offered for sale.
Power: Power is provided by Pacific Power and Light Company. They can be reached at 888-221-7070. Irrigation Hot Line 800-715-9238 or www.pacificpower.net Pendleton, Oregon.
Fences: The fences are older but have been well maintained. There is a new fence along the Umatilla River. The fence line on the North Side is not on the deeded fence line, but rather follows the wheat fields of the neighbor.
Surface Water Rights:
Umatilla River; Barnhart Ditch-1902 Priority Sec.14 NW ¼ SW ¼ acres.
Brown Dairy- Township 2-N- Range 31 E Sec 15 SW ¼
NE ¼ 2.2 acres.
J.E.Smith Livestock – 1890 Sec 14 NW ¼ SW ¼ 6.75 acres
Township 2N- Range 31E
Well Water – Wheel Lines:
Permit 6-12953 20.2 Acres April 13, 1995
Bureau of Reclamation stored water- United States Department of Interior - Bureau of Reclamation contact number 14-06-100-1377-storage contract dated 1-16-58. Issued to Dean R. and Louise C. Forth, Robert D. and Ted J. Forth. McKay Dam or McKay reservoir for 103 acres not to exceed a total amount of 350 acre feet annually.
Well- Information: Drilled 3-5-80 8 inches below casing
CREP Program- Government Program:
Umatilla River – A new fence has been built along the Umatilla River so that livestock cannot access it. The Seller’s share of proceeds is $708.11 per annum for 8.7 acres. Program payment contract ends in 2022. See map for acres enclosed in this program. The acreage enclosed in this program cannot be grazed.
Home # 1: 1,280 Square feet up and 832 square feet down (basement). Irrigation can cause water problems in basement and a pump has been installed to pump excess water out. Concrete foundation, wood siding, gable shingle roof, and galvanized aluminum roof. 3pc bath, gas heating, forced air, 12x32 carport attached to home. Rented at $200 per month. Well for house water that is pumped to this home and the manufactured home so that both houses use same well.
Shed: 12x18 frame foundation, gravel floor,
Home # 2: Manufactured home 1,296 square feet. Listed as personal property, the title must be transferred at the time of sale. It is a double wide that is about 10 years old. There are two small sheds, one that is 100 square feet and one that is 240 square feet. The home is rented for $300 per month.
Hunting and Fishing: This tract has good hunting and fishing opportunities and it was rented out through the 2010 hunting season.
Umatilla River: The release of water from McKay Dam has enhanced the fishing in the Umatilla River for trout, steelhead and salmon. The Umatilla Indian Reservation has a hatchery on the upper Umatilla River and release smelts for enhancing the runs.
The hunting has been very good for White Tail and Mule Deer, with some impressive bucks taken the last few years as it has been rented to an outfitter who watches over the property to make sure he has a good hunting resource. In addition, the bird hunting is good for quail, huns, chuckars and pheasants.
The river and river bottoms provide excellent duck and goose hunting. This tract is located in the Columbia Basin Unit number 44 with Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. The Umatilla River provides excellent Salmon & Steelhead fishing in the spring and fall. Also good trout fishing in season.
The properties for sale have good livestock opportunities. The Umatilla river unit is a good wintering tract and has a good hay base. The old wheat fields have been planted back to grass for excellent fall, winter and spring feed. The area provides for a mild climate for good calving weather, and less calories for winter feeding.
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NOTICE All of the information within this sales package has been gathered from State, County and City records and officials as well as others who are deemed reliable; however, the broker and agents can not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information herein contained. It is also subject to change, prior sale or withdrawal.