The historic Woodjam Ranch is one of the best working ranches in British Columbia winning the 2020 BC Cattleman’s Ranch Sustainability Award.
Located in Central Cariboo in a warm microclimate, along the Horsefly River with 10 kms of riverfront for endless recreation, including great fly fishing. This self-sustaining ranch with low production costs, runs 550 pairs easily on 2122 deeded acres with 80,000 acres of grazing license. Most of the deeded land is cleared with approximately 600 acres in hay production. There are several creeks running throughout the property with water rights.
Established in 1899, the ranch is situated in a private valley with the view of the Cariboo Mountains. There are 2 beautiful homes, the main log home is 2620 sq.ft with 4 bedrooms and the second home also has 4 bedrooms and is 2800 sq.ft. Both homes are very well kept with fully landscaped yards. There is excellent fencing and cross fencing throughout the property with multiple outbuildings. There is a large barn, numerous hay sheds, covered cattle handling system with great corrals, newer heated shop, and multiple cattle shelters. The Woodjam Ranch has an environmental farm plan in place with off-stream watering to conserve riparian areas along with no chemical pesticides used. This acreage has significant gravel deposits along with timber value.
This trophy ranch is a rare find with all the rich history of the Gold Rush Trail, fully sustainable and endless recreational opportunities. This is a must see for any ranch or recreational enthusiast with so many features.
Contact Tim Terepocki 250.280.7653 to request a private viewing of this spectacular ranch property.