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$9,750,000  •  700 acres
These 700± acres, along four miles of the Yellowstone River, are for gathering people together in common living and dining, with separate sleeping houses. The ranch offers diverse nature, farm, and ranch activities for all interests and ages in high-quality building and land improvements. All will find access easy via adjacent highway and a one-hour drive to commercial air service. Gathering in the 20± acre building compound occurs in four separate yet connected residences for the ultimate in both communal and private living flexibility. With a combined 14 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms, it can accommodate families of all ages and sizes, as well as corporate uses. Each is sited with extensive fenestration, immersing one in the surrounding natural world. Diversity of interests is afforded and encouraged. Wildlife includes non-game and game birds, raptors, waterfowl, and upland. There are both river and pond trout fishing and boating. The ranch offers arts and crafts in a separate studio building, horseback riding, a six-stall barn, tennis, and classic car collection in the 9,000± square foot, high-ceilinged, climate-controlled space. Two year-round creeks flow through the property for three-quarters of a mile, rife with aquatic and riverine flora and fauna. The streams feed a five-acre lake. The lake, miles of river, and 150± acres of wetlands are home to trout, waterfowl, and deer, as well as encouraging swimming and floating recreation. Farming and ranching activities are central to the 300± irrigated acres that provide the ranch’s own hay and grazing for horses, cattle, or other livestock. Views of 11,000-foot mountain peaks are protected by conservation easement on the neighboring lands. A nearby train whistles the historic call of the west. Facts: ~707± deeded acres ~301± acres irrigated ~Located 10 minutes from Big Timber and an hour from commercial air service in either Bozeman or Billings ~Four miles of Yellowstone River frontage ~Extensive, high-quality building improvements including 12,000  square feet of living area in four residences with 14 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms ~Six-stall livestock barn with office and shop ~9,500± square foot indoor, climate-controlled, multi-purpose building, now used for tennis but with potential for equestrian, classic cars, and other uses
$3,000,000  •  5,840 acres
Located in the foothills of the Pioneer Mountains 45 miles east of the airport in Hailey, West Fork Fish Creek Ranch is an expansive grazing and wildlife property that is easily accessible to the amenities of Sun Valley yet instills a sense of being a world away. The ranch features 5,840± deeded acres with diverse foothills and canyons, two small creeks, numerous springs, sub-irrigated meadows, aspen and chokecherry stands, wildflowers splashed across the hills in spring, and plentiful wildlife, including elk, mule deer, antelope, upland game birds, and numerous non-game species. Given its size, the ranch qualifies for two landowner appreciation tags for controlled big game hunts in coveted Unit 49. The property adjoins other private ranch holdings and lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and State of Idaho. The ranch offers excellent grazing resources and, together with an associated “sole permittee” BLM grazing permit and State of Idaho grazing lease, is managed for spring and summer livestock use. The ranch is part of a large, undeveloped landscape that features exceptional public lands and over 95,000 acres of conserved private lands. Just north of the ranch is BLM’s Friedman Creek Wilderness Study Area with access to thousands of acres of lightly used, wilderness-quality backcountry. Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve (jointly managed by the National Park Service and BLM) lies a short distance southeast of the property and encompasses ancient lava flows and over 400 square miles of protected sagebrush steppe grasslands. A series of conservation easements cover the ranch and allow for a broad set of agricultural, recreational, and residential uses. West Fork Fish Creek Ranch is currently the largest property available for purchase in the Sun Valley area. The Facts: ~ 5,840± deeded, undeveloped acres ~ 45 miles from the airport in Hailey and 15 miles from Carey, Idaho ~ Surrounded by high quality federal and state lands and other undeveloped private ranches ~ Managed for spring and summer grazing in conjunction with an associated BLM grazing permit and state grazing lease exclusive to the ranch ~ Secluded, end-of-the-road setting accessible by county roads with no through access to the public ~ Wildlife includes elk, mule deer, antelope, chukar, Hungarian partridge, sage grouse, and an array of non-game species ~ Ranch qualifies for landowner appreciation permits for controlled hunts in Unit 49 ~ Conservation easements in place to preserve the property’s open space features, grazing resources, and wildlife values. ~ Elevation ranges from 5,400 feet to 7,200 feet ~ Annual property taxes are approximately $2,160
$480,000  •  47.3 acres
Located near the access road to Discovery Ski Area's Rumsey Mountain, this 47± acre, unimproved, private parcel offers spectacular views of the surrounding valley and a diverse setting to build your Montana estate. With gentle yet varied topography, it provides a nice mix of conifer forest and open meadows of native grasses and wildflowers. There is power to the lot, which is accessed by a four-season private road. Philipsburg, roughly 10 minutes to the north, anchors this rural community by providing basic services, boutique storefronts, as well as lodging and dining options. Unlike many ''discovered'' destinations, this vibrant town of around 900 has retained its historic western flair and local flavor. For outdoor adventurers, the area provides a host of activities. Skiers and snowboarders will marvel at Discovery’s 2,200 skiable acres, 215 inches of annual snowfall and 2,388 foot vertical drop. For summer fun, Disco Bike Park is located five minutes away at the bottom of Discovery’s back side. The park offers 1,000 foot lift-served vertical terrain offering a mix of flow and technical style trails. For the sporting set, the region provides ample big game hunting and fishing opportunities including Georgetown Lake and the famous, Blue Ribbon fishery, Rock Creek. Philipsburg is an easy hour-and-fifteen-minute drive from Missoula International Airport offering daily flights from several hubs around the nation. Missoula, Montana’s second largest city, is a full service community of roughly 75,000 residents, home of the University of Montana, two regional medical facilities, a burgeoning tech industry, and healthy art scene. The Facts: ~ Unimproved 47± acre lot ~ Multiple building sites ~ Minutes to Discovery Ski Area’s main lodge ~ Ten minutes to Philipsburg, Montana ~ Power to the boundary line ~ Four-season access
$8,900,000  •  1,128 acres
Little Rocky Canyon Ranch is a 1,128± acre foothill property located 30 minutes from downtown Bozeman. This region of the Gallatin Valley is dominated by larger ranch holdings that generally encompass the entire viewshed held by a small handful of long-time ranching landowners. This ranch is held by a family whose linage dates back five generations to the homestead era. The ranch includes rolling farmlands in a mosaic of fertile soils that are used for farming winter wheat interspersed by large pockets of aspen trees where emergent flowing springs create a scenic habitat through the middle of the ranch. These springs collect in a series of unnamed tributaries of Dry Creek which produce flow rates that sustain a population of primarily brown trout. The variety of wildlife is astounding on this ranch with populations of elk, deer, and other large game combining with upland birds including pheasant and Hungarian partridge. The ranch blends perfectly a combination of exceptional mountain views, wildlife, water resources, and proximity to one of the West’s most desirable mountain communities.
$3,295,000  •  370 acres
River Ridge Ranch covers 370± acres of idyllic Bath County land. Bordered by the Cowpasture River to the east and the George Washington National Forest to the west and south, this well-rounded property showcases much of what makes western Virginia special: rugged scenery, clear and cold rivers, endless outdoor recreation, and an agreeable four-season mountain climate. The main house sits high on a bluff 250 feet above the river. A dramatic observation deck has been built out over the edge of the bluff, capturing views of the river and the mountains to the east. Additional improvements include a pair of one-bedroom guest cabins, a guest cottage, a manager’s house, several barns, and a stable. The ranch is almost evenly divided between open and wooded acreage, and the primary land use on the open acreage is hay pasture. A well-developed trail system traverses the land and further adds to the recreational aspects of the ranch. Convenient access to the town of Hot Springs and the amenities of the Homestead Resort balance the ranch’s privacy and rural character, making it an accessible retreat with broad appeal.
$3,350,000  •  715 acres
The dark and rich farmlands of the Texas coastal bend begin in Matagorda County where cotton, corn, rice, and milo have been productive, profitable and staple crops for several generations and the agricultural economy remains robust. The Collegeport Farm consists primarily of Laewest Clay soils drained by Pelican Slough into Tres Palacios Bay. The north side of the farm is exceptionally level, whereas the south side benefits from immediate drainage into the slough and the added bonus of redfish, whitetail deer, and waterfowl. There are 300+ frost-free days which also make it attractive for sod/turfgrass and other specialty crops. Approximately 90% or 650± acres are in cultivation with some planned acreage expansion. There are currently 84± acres of rice base and an additional 248± acres of wheat, corn, and milo base. The farm was in pasture until 2018 when it was planted to corn and cotton and repeated in 2019 and 2020 with excellent yields. The farm is currently operated as a dryland unit, but is located within LCRA’s Gulf Coast district and may have potential lateral canal access. A 2018 three bedroom and two bathroom modular home with a large rear deck and storage shed was placed amongst the live oaks at the former homeplace and is in immaculate condition. A 60’ X 150’ equipment shop with LED lighting was constructed in 2018 for farm equipment storage and features four rollup doors, one with 20’ clearance for pickers and combines. The Collegeport Farm represents a well-developed and improved farm unit, suitable for an investor, an established operator looking to expand, or a young producer needing a sizeable purchase. The Facts: ~ 715 acres more or less ~ 90% cultivated with room for expansion ~ 97% Laewest clay soil ~ Suitable for cotton, corn, milo, rice, sod ~ 2018 model 1,568 square foot (per MCAD) modular home ~ 8,791 square foot (per seller) farm shop built in 2018 ~ Pelican Slough frontage near Palacios Bay ~ Paved access along FM 1095 ~ Within LCRA Gulf Coast Irrigation District ~ Annual property taxes are estimated to be approximately $2,263
$2,250,000  •  276.39 acres
Otter Canyon is a classic off-the-grid fishing and hunting retreat located on the west slope of the Bighorn Mountains approximately 20 miles south of Ten Sleep. Consisting of 276± critical acres of highly strategic land consisting of over two miles of the dramatic South Fork of Otter Creek Canyon. Otter Creek is a meandering trout stream which, if measured on its bends and turns, would offer many more than the two canyon miles of highly sought-after trout water. The downstream neighbor is a multi-generational local ranch family, and the lands above the ranch are BLM or State of Wyoming land for many miles offering near private access to virtually unlimited waters and acres for hunting or other recreational pursuits. Improvements include an historic homestead cabin and a modest three-bedroom more “modern” cabin with living area and kitchen. This is without question a unique, one-of-a-kind property that plays way bigger than 276± acres. The Facts: ~ Location: 20 miles south of Ten Sleep ~ Acreage: 276± acres ~ Improvements: Comfortable off the grid three-bedroom cabin ~ Operation: Private fishing retreat ~ Wildlife: Prolific wildlife including deer, elk, black bear and mountain lion ~ Water: Multiple miles of the South Fork of Otter Creek supporting four trout species ~ Summary: One of a kind idyllic fishing and hunting retreat in a dramatic canyon setting
$2,975,000  •  2,085 acres
Beckwith Ranch offers 2,085± acres of rare extensive wetland in the Wet Mountain Valley of southern Colorado. The ranch is a true agricultural property in its lush valley location set against colorful wildflowers and foliage, rolling meadows, and sweeping views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range. The property is ready for high-functioning operations, boasting senior water rights, some hay production, and quality grazing lands. Artesian wells and a network of waterways and ponds enrich the land and support a diversity of wildlife from fish and ducks to migrating herds of elk and deer. The land plays an important role in Wet Mountain Valley’s long ranching history and conservation legacy. The southern half of the property is protected by a conservation easement that outlines its use as an agricultural operation and allows for two additional building sites. Located conveniently along State Highway 69 just minutes from the neighboring town of Westcliffe and within an hour and half drive to Colorado Springs Municipal Airport, the property is both accessible and rustic. Beckwith presents an opportunity to build a home within the tradition of the community’s grand ranching legacy and carry on its fine agricultural operations in the picturesque fertile valley for years to come. The Facts: ~ 2,085± deeded acres ~ Minutes from Westcliffe off Highway 69 ~ Located in the historic Wet Mountain Valley ~ Commercial air service at Colorado Springs ~ Panoramic views of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains ~ Predominately flat grazing land with irrigated pasture ~ Water rights ~ 914± acres are protected by a conservation easement ~ 1,171± acres are unencumbered ~ No buildings – build to suit ~ Extensive designated waterways and wetlands home to abundant waterfowl ~ Migratory corridor for a variety of big game animals
$41,150,000  •  41,822 acres
Named after the trail that brought people from Bismarck, North Dakota to Deadwood during the days of the Black Hills Gold Rush, this ranch is a tremendous assemblage of various topography and agricultural uses. Conveniently located 51 miles north of Rapid City, South Dakota. The Bismarck Trail Ranch totals 47,883± acres which includes, 41,822± deeded acres, 4,361± acres of BLM grazing lease and 1,600± acres of State Lease. The ranch ranges from Belle Fourche River bottom and irrigated pivots to grassy-covered hillsides. There is a tremendous set of first-class improvements consisting of four homes, multiple sets of working facilities, and numerous new Morton outbuildings. The owner’s residence and one other home are very nice custom homes that didn’t spare any exquisite details. The property is well-watered with an extensive pipeline system, numerous stock tanks, dams, and water wells. There are 875± acres of irrigated ground under eight pivots. An exceptional investment class asset, the owner currently leases most of the grazing out as well as the production agriculture. The grazing leases consist of approximately 2,500 yearlings, 1,200 cow/calf pairs and 1,000 wild horses currently roam several large pastures. For an owner-operator, carrying capacity is estimated at eight to ten acres per cow for four to five months for yearlings and 15 acres for six months for cow/calf pairs. Without the wild horses, it is estimated that the ranch could carry 5,000-6,000 yearlings or 3,000 pairs. If there is a category for luxury working ranches the Bismarck Trail Ranch would likely be the top listing in the central plains states. The Facts: ~ 47,883± acres total with 41,822± acres deeded ~ 875± acres pivot irrigated acres ~ Very nice homes and new Morton outbuildings ~ Indoor and outdoor arenas as well as very nice equestrian improvements ~ Tremendous set of working facilities, including truck and livestock scales ~ All perimeter and interior fencing is less than 12 years old ~ 38 pastures all with good water sources ~ Miles of pipeline, extensive stock tanks, and numerous stock dams ~ Multiple sets of working facilities ~ Whitetail, mule deer and pronghorn antelope are found on the ranch ~ Significant investment opportunity with multiple renewable leases in place ~ Owner currently leases most of the ranch for approximately 3,000 yearlings, 1,600 cow/calf pairs, 1,000 wild horses and farming
$4,995,000  •  4,400 acres
Arrowsmith Niobrara River Ranch is located along the federally designated Scenic River corridor that has shaped the landscape for centuries and provided endless opportunities for cattlemen and recreation. The ranch consists of 4,400± deeded acres of hay meadows, upper bench grassland, timber, and over three and a half miles of river frontage. It is home to one of the finest Red Angus operations in the great plains and offers Nebraska’s best all around hunting opportunities including elk, deer, turkey, quail, grouse and pheasant. The sky is the limit with this highly-diverse ranch property. The Facts: 4,400± deeded acres 500± sub-irrigated acres 1,300±- timber acres Three and a half miles of Niobrara River Canyon Tarbell Creek flows over three miles of the property 250 cow/calf year-round operation 500 cow/calf summer grazing operation Bow hunted by Fred Bear with remnants of his old wooded tree stand Outlaw Doc Middleton hideout remnants Resident elk herd Bull elk pushing 400” Deer pushing 200” Owner eligible for Niobrara landowner elk and deer tags Hay meadows producing over 4 ton per acre World-class wildlife habitat Excellent upper bench meadows for grazing Pine, cedar, oak, and ash trees predominantly County road access
$5,166,000  •  2,520 acres
The Saddlehorn ranch is located four miles west of La Veta, an hour south of Pueblo and Pueblo Memorial Airport and a three-and-a-half-hour drive from Denver, CO. Of the 2,520± deeded acres, approximately two thirds of the ranch is rugged mountain terrain, complemented by massive rock outcroppings, steep hillsides, and numerous drainages that transition into lower valleys. The eastern one third of the ranch is mild topography featuring a gentle rolling gradient interspersed with gamble oak, an abundance of grassland, and open meadows. Adjacent to the San Isabel National Forest and BLM land, and within a short drive of the Spanish Peaks Wilderness Area, the property is a natural fit for migrating and abundant big game and small animal species. Minimally improved, there is a current manager’s residence and operational corrals. Additionally, there are numerous building sites to choose from when studying a desirable location for a primary residence. The views from nearly anywhere on the ranch are exceptional and include the mighty Spanish Peaks, Silver Mountain, Mount Mestas, Rough Mountain, and the infamous Sangre de Cristos. After the unfortunate 2018 Spring Creek fire, roughly 75% to 80% of the ranch was damaged. The owner took immediate action and has invested over $600,000 in complete mitigation efforts to manage the damage via aerial seeding, mulching, removal of timber, planting grasses, repairing roads and waterways, while also constructing new roads. The regrowth is tremendous and there is still ample amounts of heavy timber in various areas throughout the ranch. We have put together a pricing model reflective of the diminution of the fire and well below a retail per acre value. The buyer for this ranch must be willing to take a long term perspective while regrowth takes place. This presents an opportunity to acquire an extraordinary recreational property with a significantly less barrier to entry in terms of its market devaluation while also presenting an opportunity for long term appreciation and witnessing mother nature work her magic.
$7,924,000  •  2,264 acres
The bobwhite quail has long drawn in sportsmen from across the world, both royals and dreamers. Fittingly, the 2,264± acre El Tecolote Ranch is found on the southern end of the King Ranch Corridor within Kenedy and Hidalgo counties, a region of Texas tightly held by large generational ranches. The area is famed for its absolutely stellar bobwhite quail population, trophy caliber whitetail deer, and nilgai antelope, along with its proximity to coastal fisheries. With neighbors such as the legendary King Ranch to the east and US Fish and Wildlife Refuge to the south, free-ranging wildlife is plentiful and found throughout the property. The current owner, a true student and steward of the land, enhanced habitat for all wildlife with a concentration on the bobwhite populace. The goal was to create the greatest quail hunting parcel in the region while adhering to the needs of the big-game species abound, although, big-game hasn’t been hunted in the last seven years. That being said, the ranch is a meticulously improved ecological sanctuary for all life wild, whether it roams one of nine pastures or flies high above. The biological uniqueness of the ranch has set standards for prime south Texas property high with a documented 400 bird species, both resident and migratory, parred with a winning diversity of brush species. Three sets of mostly pipe cattle pens are found on the ranch. The primary set to the north, near the hunter’s lodge, has commercial loading capability with a nearby horse stall and barn. The second set is located at the Bull Pen Pond and the third along the USFWS Refuge. All of the pens are strategically located to sort during any point of rotation. The main house is beautiful and spacious with a single floor and five bedrooms with four full baths. From within the home you’ll have a stunning view of the two acre clear water lake and waterfall. Just a few steps off the back veranda you’ll experience excellent bass fishing for all ages to enjoy. After an afternoon of following behind pointers on to the next covey or bass fishing, friends and family will enjoy the “Sundowner Tower” that offers a fantastic 365-degree view of the ranch. A four bedroom three bath hunter's lodge sleeps 10-12 people and provides comfortable accommodations for a family gathering. Fully functional and well-engineered dog kennels with a small live-in quarter are just a short drive from the primary home. Within the same compound, there is a cold storage unit, small storage barns, and the well/pump system that distributes water to all the ponds spanning the ranch. The nearby manager's cabin overlooks a one acre lake and has easy access to the concrete floor equipment barn. The collage of attributes and amenities surrounding El Tecolote Ranch soars the property to the top of the list of premier ranches available within the single most difficult region in the state of Texas to acquire a sizable holding. El Tecolote is an exceptionally rare, diverse, and pristine ranch in the desired south Texas region. The Facts: ~ 2,264± acres ~ Primary residence, hunter's lodge, and managers cabin, dog kennels and bunk ~ Two equipment barns, three cattle pens, horse stables, and airstrip ~ Nine pastures and traps ~ Three water wells and four water troughs ~ Ten well-fed ponds ~ 16 blinds and 16 feeders ~ Bass and catfish fishing ~ King Ranch and USFWS Refuge low fence neighbor ~ The other 50% of the property is high fenced ~ Highly improved quail habitat ~ Excellent whitetail deer ~ Great numbers of nilgai antelope ~ Documented 400 bird species including Pygmy Owl ~ 21 miles from Raymondville, 44 miles from Valley International Airport/McAllen, 134 miles from Corpus Christi
$2,100,000  •  1,305 acres
Located one and a half hours north of Bozeman, near the community of Townsend, Montana, Upper Greyson Creek Ranch provides the perfect retreat, deep within the foothills of the Big Belt Mountains. Rising from the waters of Greyson Creek, the steep hills give way to rolling meadows and forested ridges offering expansive views of the Bridgers to the south and Crazies to the east. Currently, this 1,945± acre ranch (,1305± deeded, 640± state lease) is utilized as a summer grazing operation and supports 250 pair from July to October. The property is well watered by a modern network of developed springs and productive wells. When the cattle migrate off the mountain in the fall, the ranch becomes a hunter's paradise supporting healthy populations of elk, deer, and upland game birds. If over 1,300 acres wasn't enough, the ranch shares three-quarters of a mile boundary with Helena National Forest providing near endless recreational opportunities for thousands of square miles. The ranch comes with a brand new, well appointed, one bedroom, three bath log home currently under construction. Construction to be complete in the fall of 2020. The homesite is located adjacent to Greyson Creek, providing waterfront ambiance and rumored to produce small trout. The Facts: ~ 1,945± acres (1,305± deeded, 640± state lease) ~ 25 minutes to Townsend; 1.5 hours to Bozeman; 1 hour to Helena ~ Hunting District 391 over-the-counter deer and elk tags ~ Elk and mule deer ~ Four deeded parcels ~ New 1,729± square foot one bedroom, three bath log home on Greyson Creek ~ 2,400± feet of Greyson Creek frontage ~ 250 pair summer grazing operation ~ Wells and developed springs ~ Conservation easement covering 1,280± acres
$2,550,000  •  145 acres
The Overlook Ranch is a stunning 145± acres just 1.6 miles from the outskirts of Kerrville, Texas, within Kerr County. The ranch derives its name from its unique views of Kerrville from multiple locations spanning the property. The ever-flowing spring is a fantastic attribute that could be enhanced into a beautiful lake should the new owner wish to have an ultra-clear swimming hole on their property. With over 3,000 feet of Highway 16 frontage, the property offers the developer opportunity with many homesites and potential entrances and exits. Wildlife flourishes on Overlook with varying free-ranging species of both native and exotic game; mouflon, axis, sika, and whitetail deer to name a few of the local residents. The property sports a labyrinth of bat caves that exist upon one of the hillsides, which, according to the current owner(s), can be quite extraordinary at certain times of the year. With the multiple broad hilltops and valleys, the Overlook Ranch is sure to meet the needs of a single owner homesite or developer. All who wish to enjoy the property will have everything that is available with the nearby amenities in the towns of Fredericksburg and Kerrville. San Antonio is also just a short hour-long drive away. Should someone hope to find a well-located hill country property with tremendous future opportunity, the Overlook Ranch is a definite must-see! Co-listed with Henson Land and Ranch. The Facts: ~ 145± acres ~ Views of Kerrville ~ Kerr County ~ 1.672 Miles from I-10 ~ 4 miles from Kerrville golf course ~ 13 miles from Kerr County Airport ~ 20 miles from Fredericksburg ~ 65 miles from San Antonio ~ 3,170 feet of Highway 16 frontage ~ Highest elevation 2,020 feet ~ Lowest elevation 1,920 feet ~ 1,960 to 1,980 foot homesites ~ An ever-flowing spring ~ Free-range wildlife (whitetail, axis, sika, and mouflon) ~ Bat caves (guano mining potential) ~ Agricultural exemption
$1,600,000  •  307 acres
The Paradise Ranch on the South Fork Bench is located towards the tail end of the famous canyon stretch of the South Fork of the Snake River. Comprised of 307± deeded acres and bordering Caribou - Targhee National Forest on all but one boundary, the ranch offers a diverse blend of rolling hills, agricultural grasslands, expansive aspen groves and conifers to sagebrush steppe and willow thickets along the various draws throughout the ranch. The terrain transitions gently from the forested lands downhill to the steep, rocky cliffs overlooking the beautiful waters and vistas of the South Fork Canyon located just a stone’s throw from the property boundary. Here you will enjoy some of the best fly fishing waters in the West.
$9,950,000  •  2,929.58 acres
This is a tremendous investment opportunity. Located in the San Luis Valley these irrigated farms provide a great consistent return for the land investor. Eighteen irrigated pivots that are fed by wells and supplemental wells that deliver water from the plentiful aquifer below. Each quarter nets approximately $27,500 or approximately a 4.5-4.75% rate of return. The pivots are currently rented by four stable farming tenants. There is a possibility to lease all the pivots to one tenant. All the pivots, wells, pumps and controls are in good condition and regularly serviced. The wells consist of submersible and surface pumps. There are Valley, Lockwood and Zimmatic pivot sprinklers on the property. Depths of wells range from 70’-170’. The wells combined have been tested and produce more than 15,000 gallons per minute. All water rights owned by the Seller will convey to the Buyer including surface water rights from the San Luis Valley Irrigation District and Farmer’s Union Ditch that augment water pumped from the wells. Currently, the pivots are primarily raising potatoes, but rotational crops are used in the farming to include alfalfa, industrial hemp, wheat, oats, triticale, and sorghum crops.
$2,750,000  •  3,330 acres
Crazy Mountains View Ranch extends for over three miles south of Interstate 90 just 29 miles east of the town of Big Timber. The ranch’s 3,970± acres (3,330± deeded and 640± state lease) lie in the Schoolhouse Creek drainage and are predominantly productive rangeland, which benefits from the area’s higher than average precipitation. The ranch's structural improvements include a calving barn, corrals, and livestock facilities that support a 160-head cattle operation. There are numerous potential building sites that take advantage of the expansive views and have power available. The varied terrain and pockets of evergreens located in the draws and north-facing slopes provide diversity to the landscape as well as habitat for trophy elk and other game animals. The distant views of the Beartooth Front to the southwest and the Crazy Mountain Range to the northwest provide a dramatic, often snowcapped backdrop to the rolling landscape. Crazy Mountains View Ranch offers a viable livestock operation, and strong wildlife amenities, with convenient access to Billings, Bozeman, and the smaller communities of Big Timber and Columbus along the Yellowstone River Valley. The Facts: ~ 3,970± total acres (3,330± deeded and 640± state lease) ~ Located along the Yellowstone River corridor 29 miles east of Big Timber, 56 miles west of Billings ~ Owner-rated at 160 animal unit year-round capacity, or 200 animal units if hay is purchased ~ Calving barn with corrals and livestock facilities ~ Excellent water distribution with seasonal Schoolhouse Creek, spring-fed pond, wells and pipelines ~ Convenient access off Interstate 90 ~ Trophy elk, deer, antelope, upland birds and wild turkeys ~ Less than a mile from the Yellowstone River, and convenient to skiing in Red Lodge ~ Numerous building sites with expansive views of the Beartooth and Crazy Mountain ranges
$8,900,000  •  17,182 acres
The Hall Ranch represents a well-blocked 22,483± acre Wyoming operating cattle ranch. It lies in a contiguous block of primarily deeded land (only 5,280± acres of BLM and state Lease) with over 20 miles of Rock Creek as it zig-zags through the heart of the ranch. From the headquarters, it is an easy 10-minute drive into Rock River on the well-maintained Fetterman Road that runs east and west through the ranch. This county-maintained road serves as an easy way to commute through the ranch and is the arterial access to its network of roads and pastures. Regardless of unpredictable moisture, the road allows for all types of vehicular traffic. Anchoring the ranch are 1,930± acres under flood irrigation, which provides an excellent feed base for a year-round cattle operation or makes exceptional grass hay to sell to compliment a summer grazing program. Historically, the ranch has been operated as either a year-round, cow/calf pair operation or as a summer grazing unit for tenant cattle. Most summers allow for 1,200-1,300 pairs or 2,000-2,200 yearling stockers to graze for a five month period and hay to sell. On an annual basis, the ranch has supported over 850+ pairs, year-round. With 20+ miles of riparian area along Rock Creek , over 15 reservoirs and ponds, and a diversity of open high plains prairie, the ranch is well-populated with both deer and antelope. The wildlife co-exists well with the cattle operation, both having room and habitat for healthy populations. The rangeland is made up of high plains, known for the area, that are carved with deep coulees and draws that drain into the winding creek bottom. Hunting for deer and antelope is excellent, and there is good waterfowl hunting along the waterways with some upland birds along the creek and on the prairie. The Facts: ~ Location – Six miles NE of Rock River or about 45 miles from Laramie, WY offering commercial air service. Three hours to Denver. ~ Acreage – 22,483± total acres (17,203± deeded, 1,600± State of WY and 3,680± BLM lease acres). ~ Acreage Breakdown – Acreage includes approximately 1,930 under irrigation and the balance includes 20 miles of riparian corridor and classic high plains rangeland. ~ Operation – Currently running 2,000 yearling stockers for summer grazing. Has been run as an 850+ pair ranch year-round. ~ Improvements – The original owner’s home and a modular are located at the headquarters, along with barns, shop, and a large corral system. Further north is an additional compound with a pole barn, shop, older home, and outbuildings. The ranch has over 20 pastures and two separate working corrals. ~ Water Resources – 20+ miles of live streams, 15+ reservoirs, and water rights for 1,930± acres. ~ Wildlife and Recreation – Excellent hunting for mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, waterfowl, and upland birds. ~ Summary – Classic mostly deeded and well-blocked cattle operation with 20+ miles of Rock Creek.
$1,275,000  •  473.83 acres
Rush Creek Ranch, located in Sheridan County, just two miles south of Rushville, Nebraska consist of 473.83± acres. The ranch has three pivots totaling 150± irrigated acres with the balance rangeland. There are two homes, each with outbuildings and corrals needed to start your own operation or enhance your existing operation. Rush Creek has a seasonal flow and provides sub-irrigated meadows along its meandering path through the ranch. The Facts: ~ 473.83± deeded acres ~ 150± irrigated acres ~ Rush Creek meandering through the property ~ Two homes with outbuildings ~ Mature tree shelterbelts ~ Highway access very close to town ~ Working cattle facilities ~ Good hard grass ~ Three pastures watered with submersible wells ~ Calving/backgrounding lot
$7,925,000  •  377.34 acres
True Grit West Ranch offers 377± acres of majestic views at the base of the San Juan Mountains in southwestern Colorado. The recreational opportunities of the area are boundless with the world-renowned ski town of Telluride less than a 30-minute drive away as well as commercial and private air travel in Montrose. The location is an outdoorsman’s dream and well-positioned in close proximity to designated wildlife preserves and national forests and parks with some of the best skiing, fishing, hiking, hunting, and natural retreats in the state. The log-cabin-style home makes for a sleek yet rustic lifestyle with its spacious wood and steel interior features and expansive wrap-around porch that showcases breathtaking views of the nearby peaks. With convenient access to State Highway 62 and the scenic Last Dollar Road winding around the property, True Grit West Ranch presents a chance to make the most of mountain living and be a part of the wild beauty of its colorful landscape. The Facts: ~ 377± deeded acres ~ 2019 - 6,200 square foot log home - six bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms ~ 1,500 square foot guest cabin ~ 35 minutes from Telluride, Telluride Ski Resort, and Telluride Regional Airport ~ 35 minutes from Montrose, Montrose Regional Airport, and Atlantic Aviation FBO ~ 20 minutes from Ridgway and 30 minutes to Ouray ~ Access provided from Highway 550 and designated Scenic Byway - Last Dollar Road ~ Exceptional views of the San Juan Mountain range ~ Elevation ranges from 9,000 to 9,200 feet ~ Rolling foothills and open meadows punctuated by pockets of aspen and spruce trees ~ 1.5± miles of Willow Creek ~ Minutes from the Mount Sneffels Wilderness Area and Uncompahgre National Forest ~ Located in GMU 65 ~ Commonly seen wildlife include elk, mule deer, bear, coyote, and a variety of small game species.
$2,565,000  •  418 acres
Located less than a thirty-minute drive from Telluride, Montrose, their respective regional airports and private FBO’s, True Grit South presents an opportunity to acquire 418± acres of recreational mountain land. This property offers privacy, several excellent building sites, and convenient access from Last Dollar Road. Surrounded by some of Colorado’s most famous mountains, the property enjoys absolutely spectacular panoramic mountain views. An aircraft hangar/studio complements the property and serves two maintained, permitted, and manicured small aircraft runways. This area of southwest Colorado is noted for its stunning scenery, rugged mountain ranges, access to vast amounts of national forest lands, and designated wilderness areas, all while affording the luxuries and lifestyle of one of the best mountain towns in Colorado. The Facts: ~ 418± deeded acres ~ 30 to 40 minutes from Telluride, Telluride Ski Resort, and Telluride Regional Airport ~ 35 to 45 minutes from Montrose, Montrose Regional Airport, and Atlantic Aviation FBO ~ 15 minutes from Ridgway and 25 minutes to Ouray ~ Access provided from Highway 550 and designated Scenic Byway - Last Dollar Road ~ Exceptional views of the San Juan Mountain range ~ Aircraft hangar offering 2,197 square foot indoor space and small living area ~ Elevation ranges from 8,500 to 9,500 feet ~ Rolling foothills covered with Gamble oak, punctuated with aspen trees ~ Minutes from the Mount Sneffels Wilderness Area and Uncompahgre National Forest ~ Located in GMU 65 ~ Commonly seen wildlife include elk, mule deer, bear, coyote, and a variety of small game species.
$2,900,000  •  355.53 acres
Located in the foothills of the Big Snowy Mountain Range just 15 miles south of the community of Lewistown, Montana, Aspen Bend is a paradisal gentleman’s ranch and recreational retreat. The ranch’s 355.53± acres are bisected by the East Fork of Big Spring Creek, which is known for its exceptional water quality and clarity. The stream offers fly fishing for Brooke trout up to 16 inches and creates riparian and wetland habitat that attracts a wide variety of wildlife, including pheasant, waterfowl, whitetail, mule deer and elk. Stands of aspen and chokecherry-filled draws offer diversity and additional habitat complementing uplands that support Hungarian partridge, and sharp-tailed grouse. The ranch is truly a wildlife wonder, and the adjoining 640± acres of public land offers additional opportunity for hunting, hiking and wildlife watching. The custom owners’ residence is finely constructed and artfully appointed with 4,882± square feet, four bedrooms and three-and-one-half bathrooms on two levels. The 1952 ranch house has been partially renovated and could serve as a three-bedroom, two-bath guest home. Irrigation from Big Spring Creek offers further ranch production and wildlife enhancement opportunity. This is one of those special properties where one wishes to stay and enjoy a life within its boundaries. The Facts: ~ 355.53± diverse acres with aspen draws, irrigated and sub-irrigated meadows and riparian habitat along the East Fork of Big Spring Creek ~ Fly fishing on .88± miles of the East Fork of Big Spring Creek ~ 4,882± sq. ft. custom owner’s residence constructed in 2011 with four bedrooms and three-and-one-half baths ~ Superb craftsmanship with custom woodwork and cabinetry ~ Pastoral setting from the owner’s residence overlooking the stream with views toward the Big Snowy Range ~ Partially renovated three-bedroom, two-bath ranch house could serve as guest or caretaker residence ~ Insulated & heated workshop, implement shed, and storage shed ~ Abundant pheasants, Hungarian partridge, sharp-tailed grouse, and waterfowl ~ Plentiful elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, and antelope ~ Borders a state section providing additional hunting opportunities ~ 15 miles from Lewistown in the foothills of the Big Snowy Range
$900,000  •  309 acres
This recreational oasis is currently owned by one of the Cabela’s brothers and has been a destination hunting spot for him and his family for years. This property is a prime deer, turkey and waterfowl hunting destination. Located just off of Interstate 76 by the town of Julesburg, this property is conveniently located and easily accessible. The property offers tremendous cover for deer and nearby agriculture provides ample sources of alfalfa and wheat crops for forage. The South Platte River corridor is well known for producing big whitetail deer. The ranch lies in Game Management Unit 92 which provides for private land only deer and turkey tags. Large cottonwood trees are located throughout the river bottom and provide ample roosting for the plentiful turkey population. This is also a very productive waterfowl property. Ducks, Canadian Geese and snow geese migrate through this area in great numbers. Bobwhite quail and pheasant are also found in the area. Evidence of the quality of the area hunting is further emphasized by the 1,800-acre Pony Express State Wildlife Area less than a quarter-mile to the south. The property has great access off the county road and features 20± acres that would work great for recreational vehicles and hunting storage or parking for an RV. The property is 180 miles from Denver, 60 miles to Sterling and 80 miles from North Platte, Nebraska. The Facts: ~ 309± acres ~ Approximately 200± acres lie on an accessible wooded island that is loaded with tremendous wildlife habitat ~ Easy access off of Interstate 76 and the town of Julesburg ~ Deer, turkey and waterfowl mecca ~ Private land only hunting tags available ~ More than 3 miles of the north and south channels of the South Platte River ~ Solar well located on the property
$832,000  •  320 acres
Located in Teton Valley’s scenic north end, and just 15 minutes from the thriving mountain town of Driggs, the Teton Vistas Ranch on Bull Elk Creek boasts some of the best full range Teton views in the area. Currently run as a seasonal cattle grazing operation, the property is comprised of 320± deeded acres with approximately 230± acres of that being grassland pasture, 100± acres of which are flood irrigated. The balance of the acreage consists of creek bottom lined with tall cottonwoods and an elevated bench running down the center of the northern half of the ranch. Junipers, sagebrush and wildflower-covered hillsides create the transition from the grasslands to the rocky outcroppings of the bench ground and its 360-degree view of the ranch. From here, you will enjoy unobstructed views of the majestic Teton Mountains to the east, the Snake River Range to the south, and the Big Hole Mountains to the west. In addition to the 100± acres of irrigable land, there is stock water associated with the ranch that, once developed from its groundwater source, will provide ample water for a modest cattle or horse operation. Although historically run as a seasonal cattle operation, the ranch provides exceptional habitat and forage for area deer and elk populations, which use the Bull Elk Creek drainage as they make their way to their winter range. The abundance of cultivated alfalfa and barley fields adjacent to the ranch will also attract native sharp-tailed grouse, as well as Hungarian partridge. Access to the ranch is via a year-round, well-maintained county road. With power and phone to the property line, the Teton Vistas Ranch on Bull Elk Creek offers an incoming owner a true blank canvas in which to create his or her own private slice of Idaho heaven. The Facts: ~ 320± acres historically run as seasonal cattle grazing operation ~ 100± acres of flood irrigated pasture and a stock water right ~ Year-round access on county maintained roads ~ Over half a mile of Bull Elk Creek (seasonal) runs through the ranch ~ Expansive full range Teton Mountain views ~ Great habitat for local big game species ~ Sharp-tailed grouse and Hungarian partridge ~ Taxes for 2019 were approximately $611
$7,000,000  •  301.39 acres
Bullrun Spring Creek Ranch is a 300± acre sporting property located in Gallatin Valley north of Bozeman, Montana between the communities of Belgrade and Manhattan. This is an exceptionally livable location just minutes from International air services and all the luxuries and conveniences that the area communities hold. Despite being proximal to urban communities, the north end of the valley gives way to a more rural landscape populated by working agricultural operations- both large and small. This is within the Gallatin River Watershed which creates high groundwater tables influencing a multitude of unsung spring creeks. This property hosts an array of stocked trout ponds and is highlighted by a restored reach of Bullrun Spring Creek. Trout, mainly browns, grow to enormous proportions with several recorded over the years extending beyond 25 inches. In addition to aquatic amenities, the ranch is host to large whitetail deer and volumes of waterfowl and pheasant. The lands are impeccable and intensively managed for pure sporting fun. A small owner's cabin built using stone and 130-year-old reclaimed logs is sited central to the property and supported by a guest cabin, oversized garage, barn/shop and a gear shed. High in quality, livability, and recreational amenities, Bullrun Spring Creek Ranch is simple to own and packed with entertainment possibilities just outside of one of the West’s most desirable mountain communities. The Facts: ~ 300± acres ~ Five miles west of Bozeman ~ One hour to Big Sky Resort and the Yellowstone Club ~ Three-quarter miles of the headwaters of Bullrun Spring Creek. Trout have measured upwards of 30 inches and 10 pounds. ~ Five large stocked trout ponds up to 2½± surface acres ~ Multiple food plots for deer, pheasant and waterfowl ~ Manicured trail system ~ Comfortable custom-built owner’s cabin built from dry-stacked stone and reclaimed timbers from an 1800s era cabin ~ Adjacent bunkhouse and oversized garage ~ Large barn used for storing equipment
Hall and Hall

Hall and Hall
2290 Grant Road
Billings, MT 59012