One of the most historic cattle ranches in Nevada has been listed for $36.525 million. At more than 126,000 deeded acres, the 25 Ranch spans four counties and is recognized as one of the largest and oldest cattle operations in the Silver State. The ranch has significant water rights and is entitled to irrigation use from eight separate sources. What began as a sheep operation in the 19th century expanded into a large cattle operation following a fatal gun battle in which the ranch’s owner, Welsh immigrant W.T. Jenkins, emerged victorious over a “ruthless” local cattleman. Since then, the 25 Ranch has grown to include nine separate properties. In addition to its deeded acreage, the 25 Ranch has a BLM grazing allotment of 524,083 acres, consisting of 309,390 acres of public land and 214,693 acres of private land.
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