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Durnal Ranch



2,641± acres in Morrill County

The 2641± acre Durnal ranch is set in the scenic Wildcat Hills of Western Nebraska, home to Mule and Whitetail Deer, Antelope, Big Horn Sheep, Turkey, and Bobcats. This ranch has been owned by the Durnal family for 140 years and has been a staple in their operation. Established in 1883 after Frank Durnal and his friend rode out to the area from Illinois with the dream of settling the untamed land in the West and building a ranch for themselves. Since that historic journey, the Durnal family has continued to be a steward of the land, raising Hereford cattle for the majority of the 140-year history. Believing that "if you take care of the land, the land will take care of you."

The ranch is located on the edge of the fertile farm land of the North Platte River Valley making access to feed and residue grazing in the winter highly accessible. The pastures have been lightly grazed the last few years, leaving an ample stockpile of high-quality hard grass ready for a new owner to step in and utilize this summer. The ranch is available for grazing immediately following a fully funded closing.

Whether you are looking for a multi-species hunting retreat or pasture for grazing, The Durnal Ranch should be at the top of your list.


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