The Frazier Mountain Property provides the unique opportunity to combine agriculture, forestry and recreation. It encompasses a variety of habitat types ranging from early season grasses, sagebrush and ponderosa pine on the southern portion of the ranch, to dense-growing timber stands with grass on the north half. This diversity provides livestock and wildlife the ability to forage from spring to late fall. The property contains 5,350 contiguous acres inside a larger 9,560 acre grazing area. Water is provided from a combination of springs and streams. Timber value on the ranch also provides a great opportunity for additional income, with a forester's 2014 visual estimate indicating $800,000.00 of current merchantable timber value.
The property is primarily timbered and contains both merchantable and pre-commercial trees. The ecological sites are primarily forested with native perennial grasses, including Sandbergs Bluegrass, Bluebunch Wheatgrass, Idaho Fescue, Basin Wildrye, Elk Sedge, Pine Grass, Ceonothus, Ninebark, Oceanspray, and Snowberry. The upper elevation of the ranch increases in precipitation to above 20" ppt, while the southern portion receives approximately 14" ppt.