Drummond Lindsey


My name is Drummond Lindsey and I am originally from New Braunfels, Texas. Colorado was always like a second home as my grandparents were third-generation Coloradoans and my family were farmers and ranchers from near Wray Colorado. We spent quite a bit of time here so when I moved from Texas to Colorado to live here full time in 2005 it felt like I was “coming home”.

I spent 28 years in the hunting industry as a guide and outfitter in Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Idaho, Texas and Sonora Mexico. Working primarily on private land, I have learned the value of proper management of the land for wildlife and agriculture. I wasn’t a typical “outfitter” and to be honest, I’m not even really a fan of the word to describe what I did. I team up and work closely with landowners to help manage their ranches to reach their full potential. I work closely with multiple landowners as well as multiple state agencies as we manage the ranches we hunt and pride myself on pairing the right client with the right ranch. Sound familiar?

I have also introduced farmers and ranchers that had an interest in selling their property to potential buyers and they were able to get their deals done. These buyers and sellers were the very people that encouraged me to make farm and ranch real estate my profession.

My passion is assisting others in the outdoor world. I am as excited about helping a kid with their first deer as I am helping older hunters complete their goals of “grand slams” with sheep or being able to take a trophy of a lifetime. Success is in the smiles, the memories made and the journey it took to get there. If you’re looking for a farm or ranch for any reason please give me a call. I promise to dedicate the time and effort to you to be able to help you achieve your goals.

$750,000  •  72.82 acres
Flatlanders is all about income potential! There is a nice 3-bedroom 2-bath home on the property that has an open floor plan and big kitchen, there's a cantina that could be a great bar and grill as it has 4 booths, a number of tables, a dance floor and a spot for a band. There is a restaurant/inn with a commercial kitchen, 50+ seat dining area, bar and 4 guest rooms attached. Two airplane hangars that are currently rented and 5 greenhouses totaling 2200 square feet. There is a 5-stall garage and a separate office building. If it's a hunting lodge you like there's a dog run, pheasant cleaning station and 10 dog pens. There has been interest in leasing the restaurants, turning it into a first class hunting camp, converting it into a CBD processing facility or even having a CBD educational facility where people that could benefit from CBD oil could come and learn about the benefits and stay a few days while trying various products for whatever condition they are trying to treat. The opportunities are endlessOn the almost 70 acres of farm ground you could have a trap and skeet course, you could farm it or you could enroll it in CRP.Flatlanders has a lot to offer and can be anything you'd like it to be.
$393,000  •  480 acres
In 25 years of guiding and hunting on the eastern plains it still amazes me how the right patch of ground in the middle of the prairie produces year in and year out. Prowers County 480 is one of these spots that will continue to amaze year in and year out. In 2019 a mule deer officially scoring 225" was killed with a bow on the property This particular parcel is the larger of two contiguous tracts that run along a dry creek bottom. The creek is surrounded by agriculture and becomes the best bedding area for miles when the crops are cut. Whether its trophy mule deer, trophy whitetail, antelope or pheasant this beautiful hidden gem is exactly what the most successful guides and outfitters hunting eastern Colorado look for CRP grasses and forbs surround the dry creek. The total CRP on the farm consists of 367.81 acres and the annual payment is $12,775 but is in three separate agreements. 247.39 acres that pays $8456 per year expires in 2022, 74.02 acres that pays $2,816 per year expires in 2027 and 46.4 acres that pays $1,413 per year expires in 2020. A NEW WIND LEASE that pays $1,920 per year for a development lease to hold it and could generate substantial income post development. The neighboring properties consist of fertile farm fields with crops such as corn, Milo, and wheat. The surrounding crop fields show that this farm would be a great producing farm. With the amount of acreage, the property could be enrolled in the Landowner Preference Program for landowner vouchers for deer. Dead end county road access gives the property seclusion from the traveled roads. With the appreciating land values on recreational and farm ground, now is the time to invest in your own property. Showings by appointment only! Call today to schedule a showing. 32 miles south of Holly, 104 miles to Garden City, Kansas, and 268 miles from Denver. Annual CRP income of $12,775, with contracts expiring in 2020, 2022 and 2027 New Wind Lease that pays $1,920 per year Located in GMU 139 Landowner Vouchers available thru enrollment of the Landowner Preference Program Showings by appointment only! Owner Financing available for qualified buyers
$257,000  •  314 acres
In 25 years of guiding and hunting on the eastern plains it still amazes me how the right patch of ground in the middle of the prairie produces year in and year out. Prowers County 314 is one of these spots that will continue to amaze year in and year out. In 2019 a mule deer officially scoring 225" was killed with a bow on the property This particular parcel is the smaller of two contiguous tracts that run along a dry creek bottom. The creek is surrounded by agriculture and becomes the best bedding area for miles when the crops are cut. Whether its trophy mule deer, trophy whitetail, antelope or pheasant this beautiful hidden gem is exactly what the most successful guides and outfitters hunting eastern Colorado look for CRP grasses and forbs surround the dry creek. The CRP on the farm consists of 244.7 acres and the annual payment is $8,187 and is good until 2022, plus a NEW WIND LEASE that pays $1256 per year for a development lease to hold it and could generate substantial income post development. The neighboring properties consist of fertile farm fields with crops such as corn, Milo, and wheat. The surrounding crop fields show that this farm would be a great producing farm. With the amount of acreage, the property could be enrolled in the Landowner Preference Program for landowner vouchers for deer. Dead end county road access gives the property seclusion from the traveled roads. With the appreciating land values on recreational and farm ground, now is the time to invest in your own property. Showings by appointment only! Call today to schedule a showing. 32 miles south of Holly, 104 miles to Garden City, Kansas, and 268 miles from Denver. Annual CRP income of $8,187, with a contract expiration of 2022. New Wind Lease that pays $1,256 per year Located in GMU 139 Landowner Vouchers available thru enrollment of the Landowner Preference Program Showings by appointment only! Owner Financing available for qualified buyers
$447,300  •  639 acres
The farm at East Horse Creek in Prowers County is located just 8 miles north of Holly Colorado. It is currently enrolled in a CRP contract that expires this coming October, 2020. The expiring contract paid $15,539 per year with the last payment due in October. East Horse Creek farm consists of 510 tillable acres with the rest of the acreage being the actual creek which holds a good number of whitetail deer, dove and pheasant. There is an older quanset hut barn on the north end of the property. If you're looking for a property thats ready to be farmed in 2021 with hunting opportunities this will be one you will want to take a look at
$157,000  •  157 acres
If you've ever looked for a property that's at the end of a road and bordered by BLM and National Forest then continue reading. The Huerfano 157 is 157 acres located close to Colorado City and Rye in Huerfano County Colorado. This remote, isolated piece of property is just an hour or so south of Pueblo Colorado and is best suited for those who love to escape the masses. The landowner has told me of a spring on the property and talks of the elk, deer and bear that frequent it. This property is the perfect spot to set up a hunting camp as its rough, rugged and provides access to over 170,000 acres of public ground. Located in GMU 84 you'll have access to the Wet Mountains and Greenhorn Mountain is 6 miles away to the northwest. This means you'll have fantastic elk and deer hunting right there, as the public ground is fairly inaccessible unless you own ground in the area.If you've been looking for a property like this then give me a call today and we'll go check it out
$550,000  •  60 acres
The Highline Canal Farm in Otero County is located just a few miles south of Fowler. This farm comes with 5 water shares from the Highline Canal and consists of 60 total acres, 55 of which are tillable acres. Two new wells were recently drilled and have brand new pumps, one being a 95gpm pump and the other being a 55gpm pump. The electrical system has been updated at the farm and there is a new transformer and electrical boxes ready to be put to use. There is a 4 bedroom, 1 bath brick home on the property as well as a large metal building, 2 greenhouses, 6 older wood out buildings with metal roofs and one grain bin.
$472,500  •  675 acres
This 675 acre farm in southeast Colorado is 25 minutes south and east of Lamar and has 541.1 acres enrolled in the CRP program until October of 2020 when it can either be re-enrolled or farmed. Great Plains Land Company has close working relationships with farmers in the area that are willing to lease the farm ground if the buyer doesn't want to farm it themselves. There is some contour on the north edge of the property that borders the county road and there were 30 mule deer bedded in there the day I went and first previewed the property. On the southeast corner of the farm you have a yucca filled draw that runs down into North Butte Creek. This draw has a really nice solar well and water tank which was covered up in deer tracks. You can expect to have mule deer, antelope and an occasional whitetail if you want to hunt.
$6,237,750  •  1,673 acres
Coal Mountain Ranch checks all the boxes when looking for a Rocky Mountain ranch. The ranch landscape is very diverse with rolling terrain of sage, aspen groves, lakes, and willows that follow Antelope Creek. The land and surrounding mountain views makes for a beautiful place. There is a total of 5 miles of intermittent and perennial streams on the ranch with half of the miles consisting of Antelope Creek which runs through the length of the property. The riparian areas on the property provide sustenance to many species of wildlife. The 3 ponds on the property provide habitat for many ducks, blue heron, bald eagles, and muskrats. The Willows along Antelope Creek provides shading to keep the creek cool for the cutthroat trout. Antelope Creek contains an important population of Colorado River cutthroat trout, a State Species of concern. Genetic samples taken from this population have revealed these are genetically unaltered. This is one of only a few streams in the area containing a cutthroat population with this level of genetic purity.With the incredible habitat offered on the ranch, the hunting opportunities are unmatched, from trophy mule deer, elk, bear, mountain lion, and sage grouse. The population density of the deer and elk in the area is very high. When we first toured the property, we seen several groups of mule deer, and a couple herds of elk. The Routt National Forest is to the north, and State Land and BLM border the ranch, providing more access to hunting in the area.The Ranch consist of two contiguous tracts. One is 483 acres known as the "Done Runnin Ranch" offers an 1800's single room cabin. It also has a building site set up with sewer and a water source available. The 5 acre lake is on this tract. The 1,190 acre tract has a 2 bedroom, loft, and 1 bathroom cabin, with a shop/barn. All the comforts of a home offered here. Powered by the solar system, which has a 12K watt backup generator. This cabin has a water well and 1000 gallon underground propane tank. The Coal Mountain Ranch is being offered as a whole, with a total of 1,673 acres, or each tract separate as stated above.Coal Mountain Ranch location is ideal for the seclusion, privacy, and peaceful nature of having a Rocky Mountain ranch, yet has great access to Routt National Forest, short drive to Grand Lake and the Rocky Mountain National Park, and ski resorts to the north and south. Located 6 miles from Highway 40, where it's 11 miles to Kremmling, and 41 miles to Steamboat Springs. Set up a private tour today to see all the "Coal Mountian Ranch" has to offer!
Great Plains Land Company

Drummond Lindsey
861 E. 33rd St.
Edmond, OK 73013

Mobile: 970-227-4222