The MoJo Ranch brings a full suite of desirable ranch attributes, including hunting and productive cattle pastures. The ranch is high-fenced and cross high-fenced. There are cross-fenced pastures, improved ranch roads, underground water piping, outbuildings, and a nice front entrance. The 4,140 +/- main home is situated at the edge of a wooded area and has a great view across the ranch. Nearby is a hunting lodge and near the front entrance is a foreman’s home and equipment barns. Surface water is abundant, with five ponds ranging from .25-1.75+/- acres when full and several other smaller ponds throughout the ranch. A branch of Alum Creek, a major area drainage, bisects the ranch and holds water in wet years. These water features are spread across the ranch and attract waterfowl, provide water for the game and livestock, and several are stocked with fish.