Riverbend Ranch is nestled between the quaint Southwestern towns of Del Norte and Monte Vista, Colorado. The ranch offers 354± acres of quality farmland with a mile and half of the Rio Grande River within its boundaries. The ranch is fully fenced and is currently grazing 20 horses year-round and producing 425± tons of natural hay in its numerous hay meadows. The ranch utilizes 100± goats throughout the ranch for weed control, operated efficiently by the neighbor. The Riverbend Ranch is a true agricultural ranch. To keep the loss of true farmland in the Rio Grande Valley the ranch has been placed in a conservation easement. The easement restricts building residential homes, recreational improvements, and commercial improvements but allows for agricultural structures and improvements. Water is a key ingredient to an agricultural ranch and the Riverbend Ranch does not disappoint. Approximately five (5.0) cfs from the Silva Ditch under priority numbers 1, 7, 38, 239, and 251. Two (2.0) cfs from the Atencio Ditch number 2, priority number 144. Both rights divert from the Rio Grande River. The ranch has 2 wells, one constructed and permitted the other constructed and waiting on a permit. The ranch offers many recreational opportunities. Multiple sloughs pepper the property making it a haven for bird watchers during the summer and duck and goose hunters in the fall. Elk and deer hunting can be found throughout the ranches’ borders and fishing in the Gold Medal waters of the Rio Grande River. Non-commercial, non-motorized passive recreational activities can be enjoyed on the ranch such as horseback riding, hiking, cross-country skiing, paddle, or oar boating and floating.