Sutter County Bypass Rice Ranch
Sutter Bypass, North and South of Hwy 113
Lot Size: 582.17 Acres
This ranch is located South of the Sutter Causeway, inside the Sutter Bypass North and South of the Hwy 113 Bridge. There are approximately 582 deeded acres currently being farmed to rice. The water for this ranch is supplied low lift, via Butte Slough, under a State of California water license. In addition to the surface water there are 3 deep wells that provide approximately 6500 GPM of water if needed. The soils are made up of primarily Capay Silty Clay and Oswald Clay. These soils are conducive to growing rice and or row crops. Another outstanding characteristic of this ranch is its location in the Pacific Flyway. The waterfowl hunting is second to none. Migrating ducks and geese spend winter months feeding and resting here on their journey South. In addition to the waterfowl, it is not uncommon to see blacktail deer, quail and turkey’s living in the riparian borders of the rice fields. This is a unique opportunity to own a large productive farm with outstanding recreational attributes within 30 minutes of the State Capital.