965 acres of the incredible mystique’s of the high desert range lands. Coveted X5B hunting zone for mule deer, antelope, etc. Of the 965 acres 645 could be eligible for landowner tags. The 320 acres could be farmed with an ag well drilled and development of a center pivot. The 645 acres are located on the north slope of Fort Sage Mt. The topography is rolling at the bottom to steep on the mountain side. There is some mountain top with fantastic rock formations and views. 965 acres of high desert range land in four parcels. Two parcels make up the 645 acres and two parcels make up the 320 acres. They are separated by a mile of BLM land. Prime X5b mule deer & antelope hunting zone. 645 acres could qualify for X5b land owner tags. This property is in an area noted for trophy mule deer bucks. The 320 acres are out in the flats and have soils that could grow crops with development of irrigation. This property is in an area that historically has good wells. Both properties are off the grid with no improvements. The 645 acres has a year round county road running through it. The 320 acres is accessed through BLM land with no formal right of way. Both properties butt up to BLM land and State Fish and Game lands. Owners may consider terms if acceptable to them. Owners may consider selling the properties separately.