The Fox Creek Farm is one of the largest contiguous parcels in the Heart Mountain Area, totaling 1,192 +/- acres. It features a diverse topography ranging from rolling irrigated fields to rolling hills, that borders a large public land holding. The property features 550+/- acres that are under 4 pivot irrigation systems and some gated pipe. All but one Valley pivot, are new Reinke pivots installed in 2022. The 550+/- irrigated acres are comprised of grass, hay barley, and alfalfa. The owner currently provides balance to about 300 head of cattle year round with their management plan and favorable farming conditions. In addition to the irrigated ground the farm features 640 +/- acres of rolling topography to the North that the current owner uses as a mare pasture for foaling. It has cover, abundant native grasses, and a large stock water pond. Not only is it a great addition for livestock, but this creates a large buffer and privacy. This piece also borders a large public land holding. The farm features Alkali Creek at the entire Southern border. This is a large creek that flows strong year-round. It works well for a riparian habitat for game birds, waterfowl, and deer. Livestock also use this source for watering. In addition to Alkali Creek the farm has another spring fed pond, that is also used for stock watering, irrigation if needed, and has a fish permit. This is a one of a kind farm that is truly Turn Key, with the pride and ownership being extremely apparent.