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$5,500,000  •  1,759 acres
Located an easy 30-minute drive on good gravel roads from Big Timber, the Morris Place Ranch is a quintessential private retreat located just below the southeast corner of the Crazy Mountains. Views near and far are incredible as the mountain vistas rise above treeline to over 10,000 feet. The property is encapsulated by two large operating ranches that have been in the same family ownership for generations. There are three drainages that pass through the ranch. The middle one is seasonal with a large perennial spring and the other two are live year around streams. These transitional mountain valleys are impressive, containing large patches of timber and a rich riparian corridor. The lands that tie these valleys together are open rolling grasslands. The building compound includes the three-bedroom owner’s home overlooking a beautiful trout pond, a two-bedroom guest cabin, a three-bedroom guest cabin, a caretaker’s apartment and a “bunkhouse” that contains 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, a tack room, and storage. These are all attractive reclaimed log, wood and stone buildings in a vernacular that makes them look like they have been there since homestead days, although all have been built since 1995. The headquarters setting is magnificent tucked into a protected valley but with big views overlooking a large trout pond. The ranch contains 1759 deeded acres and provides seasonal grazing for livestock, although the owners prefer to leave a lot of forage for wildlife. Hunting for trophy quality elk and mule deer is exceptional as the ranch lies in a protected area that has been a haven for wildlife for many years. This is primarily because the habitat is ideal for these species with good water and large blocks of timber interspersed with high quality forage. In summary, the Morris Place is an appropriately and comfortably improved, good sized private retreat within easy range of one of Montana’s great small towns. The Facts ~ This is the text for the website that shall appear under the heading titled "The Facts". This will stream to the website when published. ~ Location: 30 minutes’ drive northwest of Big Timber ~ Acreage: 1759+/- all deeded ~ Terrain: Two dramatic, partially timbered valleys tied by foothill rangeland ~ Improvements: Attractive building compound including a three-bedroom owner’s home, two guest cabins, and staff quarters ~ Views: Big views out over Yellowstone Valley and Crazy Mountains immediately above ~ Hunting: Outstanding private elk hunting in protected area for potential 380 class bulls - also mule deer, antelope and upland birds ~ Wildlife: Extensive with elk, mule deer, bear, antelope, ruffed grouse, Hungarian partridge, mountain lion and Sharp Tail grouse ~ Summary: A classic well-located Montana retreat with a near perfect set of buildings and great big game hunting
$1,850,000  •  240 acres
The 45 Ranch is a wilderness inholding that lies in the heart of the magnificent Owhyee Canyonlands of southwestern Idaho. Simply known as the “Owhyees,” this is an immense, sparsely populated region spanning portions of Idaho, Nevada and Oregon where sheer canyon walls swell to broad sagebrush plateaus that roll across one of the largest intact and undeveloped expanses of public land remaining in the Lower 48. Consisting of 240± deeded acres, the property is encompassed by the Owhyee River Wilderness Area managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and represents the only developed property for over 40 miles in any direction. Access to the “45” is either from the air, utilizing the property’s private 2,000± foot grass airstrip, or by vehicle from highway 225 and the small community of Owhyee, Nevada, located approximately two hours southeast of the ranch over BLM roads. The South Fork of the Owhyee River flows north through the ranch for nearly a mile, supporting native redband trout and smallmouth bass along the way, before joining the East Fork of the Owhyee River six air miles downstream. The upper Owhyee River, including its primary tributaries, the South Fork and East Fork, is regarded as one of the region’s great wilderness river systems. For a couple of months each spring when river flows are optimal, the upper Owhyee becomes a destination for hearty, self-sufficient kayakers, canoeists, and rafting parties seeking solitude and adventure in a secluded canyon environment. For over a century, the 45 served as the headquarters for a remote ranching operation that spread across the southwestern corner of the state. Today, the ranch is used and managed as a four-season wilderness retreat with an emphasis on wildlife and backcountry recreation. The property features a comfortable three-bedroom owner’s cabin, caretaker’s home, and several ranch buildings, including a stone house that dates back to the homestead era. The buildings are serviced by a reliable, easy-to-operate, solar-powered electrical system with back-up generators. A satellite internet system ensures ease of communication with the outside world. A row of poplar trees planted by an early owner of the 45 overlooks the ranch compound and an adjacent half-acre, year-round pond fed by river water. A gazebo sits next to the pond and features an Argentinean-style outdoor grilling and dining area. The surrounding Owhyee River Wilderness offers miles of hiking, horseback riding, hunting, fishing, and other non-motorized pursuits in a landscape where it is the rare exception to come across another human. Blessed with abundant wildlife, the ranch is home to California bighorn sheep, elk, mule deer, and numerous coveys of chukar and quail. An extensive wetland restoration effort involving the ranch’s original hayfield has resulted in an even greater concentration of wildlife on the property. From a cultural perspective, the Owhyees hold a profound significance for Native Americans who have called the area home for thousands of years. Evidence of their existence can be found in the many pictographs, petroglyphs, and artifacts that these original inhabitants left behind. Cattle ranching has a long history in the region as well, and remnant structures from the early days of the Idaho cowboy dot the side canyons and river bottoms. As a bonus, night skies at the ranch are among the darkest in the nation offering stargazers unimpeded views of the galaxy. The Facts ~ This is the text for the website that shall appear under the heading titled "The Facts". This will stream to the website when published. ~ 240± deeded acres located in a unique canyon setting ~ Owhyee River Wilderness Area surrounds the ranch ~ South Fork of the Owhyee River flows through the property for nearly a mile ~ Furnished owner’s cabin with easy-to-operate, off-grid power and communications systems ~ 2,000± foot private, grass airstrip provides ease of access ~ Water rights for irrigation and wildlife use ~ Excellent big game and upland bird hunting and fishing for redband trout and smallmouth ~ Located in Idaho hunt unit 42 and the Owhyee-South Hills elk zone ~ Conservation easements in place to preserve the ranch’s unique wilderness attributes ~ Elevation is approximately 4,300 feet ~ Located 100 air miles from Boise, ID and Elko, NV ~ Annual property taxes are approximately $1,800
$10,254,200  •  3,476 acres
Pine Creek Ranch is comprised of 3,467± acres of predominately grassland pastures partially adjacent to the Red River, north of Clarksville, TX. At the heart of this offering is the forage production capacity and correlating cattle ranching enterprise. While management plans are as unique as the cattlemen that formulate them, the abundant rainfall and productive soils of this region are the unmistakable production backbone of the ranch. Currently operated as a cow-calf unit, Pine Creek Ranch has the diversity and natural features to be further developed into a registered seed stock, heifer development, or even a yearling “stocker” operation. With excellent accessibility from exterior paved and gravel county roads, Pine Creek Ranch is easy to get around. There are many miles of new or newer fencing both on the perimeter and interior cross fencing. Most consist of pipe bracing, with tube gates, and are either strung with net wire plus a barbed wire top or have six strands of barbed wire. While many of the pastures are unencumbered with tree cover, there is plenty of shade opportunity in others. The areas with sandier soils tend to be “pimpled” and have scattered elm, oak, and pecan trees. The heavier clay soils tend to be more open, and are likely to have been cultivated in past years. There is virtually no pine timber on the ranch, however, significant portions of neighboring property is heavily wooded, enhancing the edge effect for game. The Facts -3,467± acres surveyed in 2018 -Fronts Highway 195, FM 410, and 3 RRCR -Predominately grassland pastures -Excellent wildlife habitat -Fertile soils and established forage production -Balanced ground with sandy and heavy clay pastures -Main shipping and processing corrals located near the road -Two additional sets of pens in the heart of the ranch -Miles of new fencing -Cultivated acres if desired -Over 20 pastures
$4,080,000  •  960 acres
JS Ranch is located less than 60 miles from Temple, Waco, Stephenville, and Lake Whitney, TX placing it in the heart of the central Texas ranch country. The ranch consists of 960± acres of rolling pastures, hardwoods, creek bottoms, cultivated fields, and brush, which yields abundant and diverse opportunity for recreation, leisure, hunting, and agricultural production. The ranch is well-watered with the two larger ponds each being over 2.5 acres and supplemented by two smaller ones, along with several prospects for future pond and lake development. The diversity of the JS Ranch is certainly the largest contributor to its beauty. Kelly Branch is a nice creek which has “live water” much of the time. In wetter weather patterns, the creek flows are quite beautiful and appear to be sourced by shallow springs. There is more potential for development of this creek frontage available to the next owner, while the current owners have opened up key stretches through brush removal. The frontage on Highway 36 is divided into two segments, totaling approximately 2,650 feet of frontage. This small division is the only exception to the regular shape of the ranch. JS Ranch offers beauty, diversity, and modest but well-appointed improvements within a reasonable drive of the lifestyle you need a break from. The Facts ~ 960± acres ~ Fronts Highway 36 ~ Multiple land classes ~ Excellent wildlife habitat ~ Fertile soils and established forage production ~ Well-appointed 1,300± square foot home ~ Four ponds/lakes ~ Kelly Branch (creek) runs through the property ~ 200 feet of elevation change ~ 150± acres in cultivation ~ Extensive brush management and clearing ~ Miles of new fencing ~ Heart of Texas ranch country
$2,400,000  •  522 acres
Aspen Ridge RanchUnique opportunity to acquire a 522± deeded acre national forest inholding with attractive and turnkey improvements, big views, big game hunting, and a stream with small trout – all within easy striking distance of Denver. The aptly named Aspen Ridge Ranch features an outstanding mountain setting with stands of aspen and pine, sage, and nearly 150 acres of irrigated and sub-irrigated meadow within northwestern Colorado’s Routt National Forest. The natural beauty of this place is complimented by the tastefully constructed and off-grid 4 Bed/Bath residence, luxury owner’s cabin, large shop, and yurt. In addition to quality elk and mule deer hunting, the ranch and surrounding public lands offer limitless recreational opportunities including OHV, ATV, and snowmobile riding. Access is seasonal and the ranch is a 30-minute drive from the communities of Kremmling and Yampa as well as County Road 11/The Trough Road at Radium, Colorado. The ranch is a 1-hour drive from Vail, Beaver Creek, and Steamboat Springs. Offered in cooperation with William George, Colorado Ranch Company.
$2,950,000  •  822 acres
FOR ALL PHOTOS, INTERACTIVE MAPS AND THE MOST COMPLETE INFORMATION AVAILABLE VISIT WWW.HALLANDHALL.COM Maclay Ranch The Maclay Ranch is a 4th generation Montana family holding. These 822+/- acres are located less than 15 minutes to Missoula. With a mix of irrigated flatlands, sloping meadows and upland timber, the property has a diverse collection of habitats resting on the doorstep of a vibrant city. It is also adjacent to a large block of public land that leads into the largest wilderness area in the lower 48 states. Presently, this is bare land waiting for a new owner to pick a building site to take in the mountain views.
$2,700,000  •  7,697 acres
Fence Lake Ranch Spanning 7,697± deeded acres, Fence Lake Ranch sits in the heart of New Mexico Game Management Unit (GMU) 12 and just 8 miles north and east of the community of Fence Lake. This unimproved acreage is comprised of diverse terrain with rolling ridges and draws, rock outcroppings, seasonal playas, and open grass pastures. Ample cover for wildlife is found throughout in the form of dense stands of pinon pine, juniper, and cedar. Dirt tanks and a small number of windmills provide water for livestock and wildlife. The ranch is home to elk, mule deer, and pronghorn, and is located in a portion of GMU 12 that is known for producing trophy animals. Portions of the ranch are perimeter fenced and internal roads provide access throughout. Unencumbered by conservation easements, this property represents a unique opportunity to acquire a quality hunting and grazing property that can be operated or configured to suit. Fence Lake Ranch is 2 hours and 20 minutes from Albuquerque and 1 hour and 30 minutes from Grants and the I-40 corridor. The community of Quemado is a 45 minute drive to the south.
$5,342,646  •  1,238 acres
Vetal Irrigated Organic Farm The Vetal Organic Farm is a 1,238+/- acre highly productive irrigated farm situated in south central South Dakota. The farm can be purchased as one unit or in two separate tracts. The Pivot Tract contains 960+/- acres, with six contiguous center pivots irrigating 766+/- acres. The Lacreek Tract, which borders Lacreek National Wildlife Refuge, consists of 278+/- acres, that has excellent irrigation development potential along with great hunting. The farm has no water pumping restrictions and high producing wells. A home is offered separately, which also would make a hunting lodge, in the nearby village of Vetal. This is an exceptional opportunity to expand or get into organic farming, investors take note!
$7,500,000  •  1,138 acres
Spring High RanchSpring High is one of the most stunningly beautiful mountain front ranches under the towering Beartooth Front which is part of the dramatic Absarokee Mountain Range that runs from Red Lodge to Livingston. This 1,778± acre ranch, which includes a 640± acre state of Montana grazing lease, consists of a series of verdant mountain valleys that drain across the ranch from a high ridge that lies along the property’s west boundary. These valleys have flowing mountain streams and/or lakes and offer an aesthetically pleasing mix of timber, aspens and rich grass meadows that accommodate a full cross-section of big game as well as 120 or more cows during the grazing season. The ranch is located at the end of a private locked gate road and its upper reaches are adjacent to the Custer National Forest and within a short walk of the wilderness boundary. The improvements include a 10,000± square foot log lodge with six cozy bedrooms and huge common areas designed to accommodate guests. There is also a comfortable log caretaker’s house, a barn and a shop/equipment storage building. The beautifully designed front gate is an attractive precursor to the big views of the Beartooths that one encounters as one enters the ranch. This range is Montana’s newest and includes its highest peak. The property is only 70 miles southwest of Billings and 35 miles west of Red Lodge just above the appealing small community of Fishtail. The Facts: -Location: 12 Miles south of Fishtail at the base of the Beartooth Mountains adjacent to Custer National Forest. -Acreage: 1,778± (includes 640± acres of state of Montana grazing lease). -Terrain: Series of lush mountain valleys with timber, aspens and huge open grassy meadows. -Improvements: Massive log lodge, caretaker house, barn and shop. -Water: Beautiful pond, lots of springs and multiple flowing streams. -Operation: Strictly summer grazing for 120 pairs or equivalent. Family retreat. -Access: Lies 3 miles on a private road past the end of a good county road. Some snow plowing required. End of the road ranch! Very private. -Views: Dramatic! Of the Beartooth Front – Montana’s highest mountains. -Wildlife: Extensive big game. Very high-quality elk hunting ranch. -Summary: Beautiful, end of the road private family retreat.
$7,900,000  •  4,797 acres
The Judith Mountains Ranch is an exceptionally well balanced, centrally located, scenic mountain foothills ranch. It has views, ease of access and operation, high quality but appropriate improvements, abundant wildlife, and is in close proximity to town services. The ranch enjoys an ideal central Montana setting just under the Judith Mountains and locally well-known Black Butte. This gives it strong precipitation yet minimal snow; a long growing season and reliable surface and well water. It is just four miles off a paved highway and seven minutes to basic services in the town of Roy. More robust offerings are a 40 minute-drive in Lewistown. Wildlife is ever present, especially upland birds, whitetail and mule deer, antelope and migrating elk. The buildings are exceptionally well built and maintained. First-rate commercial grade construction was recently employed in tasteful, modern and appropriately scaled improvements. The cattle operation is sized for easy management. The Facts: ~ 4,797± deeded acres including 560± acres of dryland hay ~ Located two miles south of Roy, 40 miles northeast of Lewistown and two hours from Billings ~ Two houses. Guest house: 1,416± square foot, one-bedroom plus sleeping loft, one bath home; Ranch house: new 5,040± square foot three-bedroom home completely exterior-finished, but interior unfinished including full basement ~ Shop/equipment storage building with full concrete foundation and 2X8 frame construction, metal roof, cedar siding, one-third insulated and heated with full bath and laundry ~ Calving barn with heated office/vet room and bathroom ~ Corrals of metal panel with continuous metal pipe ~ 250± cows plus bulls (270 AU), plus excess hay ~ Pheasant, sharp-tailed grouse, Hungarian partridge, antelope, mule deer and elk
$10,000,000  •  612 acres
Montana’s Big Blackfoot River was immortalized in A River Runs Through It, and today one can still enjoy the epic salmonfly hatch that offers the climactic moment in Robert Redford’s movie remake of Norman Maclean’s novella. The Big Blackfoot River Ranch is a 612± acre, super-premium recreational retreat located in the heart of the Blackfoot River Valley outside of Ovando. With over a mile of some of the most coveted water in the western United States, the property offers the discerning fisherman trophy architecture, outstanding privacy, extraordinary wildlife values and ready accessibility to the university town of Missoula and its active commercial airport, 50 miles away. From the 100-year old fully restored barn to the Club House, a monumental structure located high on a bluff above the river, the attention to detail in every one of the ranch’s five improvements is readily apparent. This is the most significant offering available on the river today.
$11,750,000  •  2,500 acres
Rainbolt Ranch is a premier ranching opportunity in the western hills of Leon County, TX. At 2,500 acres, it is notable for size and production capacity, and is capable of supporting 725 AU. Serious ranchers will appreciate a productive yet beautiful ranch with clean, modest, and functional improvements in the heart of Texas. The ranch is exceptionally watered with over 30 ponds and lakes. There are also springs and creeks supporting some individual pastures. Three water wells across the ranch supply water to the headquarters and homes. Elevations range from 290’ to 450’ above median sea level. Nearly every larger pasture will have greater than 30 feet of elevation change, creating big views from all directions at multiple points on the ranch. Rainbolt Ranch is larger in terms of acreage and capacity for the region, situated between Houston and Dallas and less than one hour from Bryan/College Station. With over 1.5 miles of paved Highway 3 frontage, which is a quiet country road just outside of Marquez, it is readily accessible to HWY 79 and HWY 7, making cattle and commodity transport to this ranch exceptional. A comfortable cabin-like brick 3,200 square foot owners home features four bedrooms and three baths with a spacious deck overlooking the wide creek bottom. Pastures are accessed via six miles of well-developed interior roads with cattle guards, and cattle are handled utilizing two sets of larger shipping corrals, three smaller local corrals, and a 12,000lb pen cattle scale. The headquarters are anchored by a four bedroom, four bathroom manager's home, and an 8,000’ Quonset shop with 5,000’ of covered equipment storage. Horse pens, horse barn, and a saddle house round out the headquarters for an operation of this size. The ranch offers an abundance of great wildlife with good deer hunting, exceptional duck hunting, and endless fishing opportunities. Rainbolt Ranch is being offered with an estimated 23.8% of the mineral estate, or all that is believed to be currently held by the surface owners. There are two producing wells generating income on 960 leased acres. The remaining 1,540 acres are available for lease. An extensive list of operating equipment appropriate to this ranch is included in the offering price and is of significant value. Please contact broker for details. The Facts: ~ 2,500.39 acres surveyed in 2018 ~ Estimated 725 AU capacity ~ Over 30 pastures ~ 30+ ponds and/or lakes ~ Stunning grass covered rolling hills ~ Excellent interior roads ~ Quality and balanced improvements ~ Two homes ~ Mineral and equipment offering included in price
$18,500,000  •  994 acres
Clear Rock Ranch, located one hour from Austin or San Antonio, is situated squarely in the center of one of the most dynamic growth areas in the USA, yet is naturally shielded from outside intrusion by hills and ridges. Lying at the end of an owned, private paved driveway, this ranch has long been an area showplace, and has hosted politicians from LBJ to Sam Rayburn. The present owners have completed a remarkable makeover of the old ranch, and the result is a clean, sophisticated venue for all kinds of fun and recreation, from water sports to trophy hunting to game viewing. The natural variety of the place is simply stunning, and the water features are second to none. Soaring ridgelines overlook clean, fertile hayfields bordered by heritage live oak, pecan and elm. Uniquely sculpted cliffs line the waterways in places, creating an exotic backdrop for the noisy waters. Fully staffed and equipped, the ranch is a turn-key offering in excellent condition, and can continue to operate as a hunting and ecotourism venue if a new owner so desires. The Facts: ~ 994± acres listed for $18,500,000 ~ One hour from Austin or San Antonio ~ Highly improved live water showplace ~ Multiple fishing lakes ~ High fenced and stocked with exotic and domestic game ~ Extensive building renovations by Escobedo Group ~ Landscaping by Christy Ten Eyck ~ Rainwater collection and storage ~ Wonderful variety of terrain and vegetation
$3,212,000  •  880 acres
This stellar live water offering lies about one mile off of paved RR 335 (Top five motorcycling routes in Texas) on all-weather Hackberry Road, which crosses the ranch on the far southern section. It is blessed with two different, both-sides owned, frontages on the hard-flowing East Nueces River, just below the headwater springs at Camp Eagle. This is some of the most pristine and scenic land in all of the Texas Hill Country, featuring dramatic limestone bluffs, 30+ mile vistas and lush bottoms of oak/pecan dotted with Indian sites. The water is gin clear and spring-fed, with noisy falls tumbling into fern-lined pools, amidst scenery that borders on the surreal. A nice, but not fancy, compound of log cabins comfortably sleeps 10 – 12, and outbuildings adequately service the year-round hunting operations for the owner’s staff and clients. As many know, this area is noted for the quantity and quality of axis deer, Rio Grande turkey and aoudad sheep, and a well-known outdoors hunting show shot an episode on the ranch recently. Most of the ranch consists of steep hillsides covered in cedar, Spanish oak, live oak and shrubs, with only about 25% of the acreage being flat or gentle. A scenic spring lies in the center of the ranch in an exquisite setting, flowing over solid rock for 100 yards or so before settling into the gravel. This part of the world is not for the faint at heart, nor those who require a Walmart within 15 minutes. So, if you don’t fit into those categories, we welcome your interest, and encourage a visit! The Facts -880± acres offered at $3,650/acre = $3,212,000 -Rugged, steep oak/cedar country with excellent hunting for exotics -Some of the most exotic live water in the Hill Country, fly fishing -Clean, functional improvements for 10 – 12 people -Exceptional hunting for axis, whitetail, turkey, aoudad -30+ mile views from accessible ridgelines -Some mineral rights to convey -Basic supplies 20 minutes away
$3,648,200  •  493 acres
South Face Ranch is 493± acres of cedar-free oak savannah supremely located on a quiet paved road only one hour from Austin or San Antonio. The land offers up much topography, with several south-facing summits, steep hillsides, multiple pond sites and a spring-fed lake. Forests of live oak, elm, Spanish oak and walnut are prevalent, and there is very little cedar to be found on the ranch. Wildlife is abundant and includes healthy numbers of whitetail, axis and turkey. The ranch features staggering vistas to the south and east, overlooking the Blanco River valley in the distance, and there are multiple properties under Conservation Easement or restrictive covenants in the general area. If one seeks a “blank canvas” with superior location to Austin or San Antonio, South Face Ranch must be on their short list. The Facts -493± acres @ $7,400/acre = $3,648,200 -Paved frontage on Maenius Road -About one hour to Austin or San Antonio -Supplies and services 10 minutes away in Blanco -Wildlife includes axis, whitetail, turkey -Spring-fed lake fluctuates little -Refined, cedar-free look is appealing
$4,620,000  •  3,112.5 acres
Elm Creek Ranch is an oasis in the eastern Texas Panhandle that has been managed for wild quail for the past 20+ years by native Oklahoman and quail enthusiast Mal Mixon. The 3,112± acre ranch features a broad fertile valley along year-round live water Elm Creek that is flanked on either side by dramatic finger bluffs covered with strong stands of colorful native grasses, shrubs, and trees. Elevation change is approximately 300' from the bluffs to the creek bottom. Although managed primarily for quail by longtime current ownership, the property has large numbers of whitetail deer with big-bodied Kansas strain genetics, as well as Rio Grande turkey and waterfowl. A few deep pools along Elm Creek provide fishing options. Good interior roads and quail "courses" to approximately 150 feeders scattered throughout the ranch make the property accessible despite the topography in some areas. The property is being offered turn-key with all furnishings, rolling stock, equipment, vehicles and hunting accessories. Elm Creek ranch is offered separately and in conjunction with the 5,771.46 acre Washita River Hunting Ranch located approximately 50 minutes north, near Alison in Hemphill County. The offering is surface only and is subject to a conservation easement in favor of the Nature Conservancy. Elm Creek Ranch is truly one of the best hunting ranches and most scenic Texas ranches we have brought to market. The Facts: ~ 3,112.5 ± acres in Collingsworth County, Texas. ~ Year-round live water and fertile bottom land along Elm Creek. ~ Approximately 300' of elevation change. ~ Rock lodge and adjacent guest house sleep 10 in an idyllic setting along Elm Creek. ~ Manager/owner's residence with approximately 1,800 square feet of living area constructed in 2010. ~ 10 bay dog kennel with shop, equipment barn with lean to, cattle pens, and horse barn. ~ Excellent whitetail deer hunting with big-bodied Kansas strain genetics. ~ Offered turn-key with all furnishings, equipment, rolling stock, hunting vehicles and accessories. ~ Excellent interior roads and quail "courses" with 150±quail feeders scattered throughout the property. ~Surface only, the owner has no mineral interest. ~ Offered separately and in conjunction with the 5,771.46 acre Washita River Hunting Ranch in Hemphill County.
$4,760,000  •  5,771.46 acres
Washita River Hunting Ranch is a premier 5,771± acre hunting property in the eastern Texas Panhandle that has been intensively managed for wild quail for almost 20 years by native Oklahoman and quail enthusiast Mal Mixon. The ranch features a broad fertile valley along year-round live water via the headwaters of the Washita River. Elevation change is approximately 200' from the tall grass prairie on the north end of the ranch to the river bottom. Although managed primarily for quail by longtime current ownership, the property has large numbers of whitetail deer with big-bodied Kansas strain genetics, as well as Rio Grande turkey and waterfowl along the river. The property has good interior roads and quail "courses" to approximately 100 feeders strategically scattered throughout the ranch. The Washita River Hunting Ranch is offered separately and in conjunction with the 3,112.5 acre Elm Creek Ranch located approximately 50 minute south, near Shamrock in Collingsworth County. The offering is surface only and is subject to a conservation easement in favor of the Nature Conservancy. Contact broker for details. The Facts: ~ 5,771.46 acres in Hemphill County, Texas. ~ Live water and fertile bottom land along the Washita River. ~ Approximately 200' of elevation change. ~ Excellent interior roads and quail "courses" with 150± quail feeders scattered throughout the property. ~ Rio Grande turkey habitat and hunting along the Washita River. ~ Large population of whitetail deer with big-bodied Kansas genetics. ~ Surface only, the owner has no mineral interest. ~ Offered separately and in conjunction with the 3,112.5 acre Elm Creek Ranch in Collingsworth County.
$2,218,500  •  153 acres
Rocky Creek Farm is a rare, 153± acre live water offering in western Blanco County, only one mile south of US 290 and the famed Texas Wine Corridor. Now approaching some 50 wineries, distilleries, tasting rooms and breweries in a 25-mile stretch, the Texas Wine Corridor continues to delight and amaze, while bringing high value to nearby real estate as well! The farm itself offers the full complement of Hill Country attributes, including long views, spring-fed live water, fertile hay fields and scenery that is easy on the eye. A quaint two bedroom stone house serves as adequate living quarters, while two massive, stone and wood barns are objects of fascination and intrigue. One of the prettiest hardwood bottoms of oak/pecan we’ve seen is found on this ranch, and it is literally overrun with axis, turkey and whitetail deer. The crowning feature is a beautiful, clear spring-fed lake on Rocky Creek approximately one-third mile long when full, and up to ten feet deep. This lake offers swimming, fishing, floating and rock skipping at its best, and the stretch of wild creek below the lake includes falls, riffles and holes, with beautiful riparian scenery typical of the area. This is a robust small place with supreme location and features, and is a must-see for serious area buyers. The Facts -153± acres, Blanco County, Texas -One-half mile both sides of Rocky Creek with concrete dam -One hour from Austin and San Antonio -Gently rolling live oak country with fields -Potential for orchard, vineyard, horse farm -Livable small home, restorable stone/wood barns -Abundant wildlife includes axis, whitetail, turkey -$14,500/acre = $2,218,500
$14,569,500  •  883 acres
Rancho Kendall is one of the classic premier ranches on the Guadalupe River, yet is only 28 air miles from Loop 1604 in north San Antonio, the nation’s 7th largest city. Its 883± acres contains high-end equine facilities, several residences, a paved airstrip and gorgeous, rolling land that gently falls to the northern banks of the prized river. Located near quaint Sisterdale, the ranch is easily accessible to booming Boerne, the US 290 Wine Corridor, sizzling Fredericksburg, Austin and San Antonio. Kendall County is one of the fastest-growing counties in the USA and is predicted to have significant growth in the coming years. It is rare to find excellent equine facilities tied to a beautiful, live water Hill Country ranch. This stretch of river is postcard-quality, with noisy, gravel riffles linked by long, deep holes covered by cypress canopy. Irrigated coastal fields line the riverbank, with oak-shrouded, south-facing hills rising in the background. Rancho Kendall is truly a Texas Hill Country Classic! The Facts: ~ 883± acres, Kendall County, Texas ~ $16,500/acre = $14,569,500 ~ 40 miles north of San Antonio ~ 5,300’ frontage on Guadalupe River ~ 232 acre/feet pumping rights annually from river ~ Minerals included with acceptable offer ~ Extensive equine facilities ~ Paved 3,600’ airstrip ~ Multiple clean fields near river ~ Paved interior roads
$2,950,000  •  125 acres
FOR ALL PHOTOS, INTERACTIVE MAPS AND THE MOST COMPLETE INFORMATION AVAILABLE VISIT WWW.HALLANDHALL.COM Nothing can prepare you for the Rocky Mountain splendor found at Salmon Prairie Ranch. This compact yet entirely private enclave sits directly on the banks of the Swan River. Theres no need to build as there is a custom timber frame home pulled off the top shelf and positioned riverside in the exact spot where anyone would ever dream of building on this 125 acre parcel. The land is comprised of entirely usable terrain with a mix of meadows and timber. The fly fishing is superb in an idyllic setting and wildlife is your closest neighbor. The main home was featured in Log Home Living and has a large deck perched over the bank to allow for a grand view of the river. There are four bedrooms and four full baths on two stories with a walkout basement below. There is a total of 4,347 square feet that is heated/cooled. Two fireplaces insure the place is cozy at all times of the year. This home is built to minimize maintenance obligations so you can shut the door, travel and not worry about a thing. Other improvements include a detached garage and a managers home and compound at the entrance. For Rocky Mountain views, Salmon Prairie Ranch has one of the best seats in the house.
$19,900,000  •  6,432 acres
Winding River Ranch is located 10 minutes by paved State Highway 285 south of Fairplay. It encompasses a highly diverse block of 6,432± acres (4,832± deeded) that lies at 9,300 feet just below the continental divide which includes some of Colorado’s famous 14,000-foot peaks. The lower reaches of the ranch include a rich wetland complex that supports nearly five miles of world-class private fishing on the highly regarded South Fork of the South Platte River. The upper reaches of the ranch include steeper, timbered terrain that offers private trophy quality elk and deer hunting – with rare hunting tags. There is enough land to support modest hay production and summer grazing for livestock and horses, although fish and wildlife are the crop of choice for the current owners. The ranch has an extensive common boundary with the Pike National Forest and boasts dramatic postcard-quality views of Pike’s Peak to the south and Teller and Hoosier Ridges along the continental divide to the north. To further “ice this cake” it is a short 45-minute drive to Breckenridge Ski Resort. The turnkey improvements are comfortable, useful, appropriate but not over the top in any way. In summary, Winding River Ranch pretty much has it all: scale (over 6,000 acres), great fishing, quality hunting, terrific scenery, good privacy plus easy access to major international air service, to an attractive small town and to a destination ski resort. The Facts: ~ 10 minutes south of Fairplay and 45 minutes from Breckenridge, Colorado ~ 90 minutes from Denver and two hours from DIA ~ 25 minutes to Buena Vista Central Colorado Regional Airport offering 8,300 x 75-foot asphalt landing strip ~ 4,832± deeded acres ~ 3,251± acres under conservation easement(s) held by the Nature Conservancy ~ BLM lease for 354.6± acres of lease ~ State land lease for recreational and agricultural purposes totaling 1,246± acres ~ Approximately five miles of both banks of the South Fork of the South Platte River – rainbows and browns ~ Four lakes stocked with Snake River cutthroat, Donaldson steelhead, Kamloop rainbow and German brown ~ Extensive water rights including reservoir, ditch, spring, and groundwater well rights ~ Two tributary creeks, Rough and Tumbling feed the main stem ~ Multiple residences including manager's home, bunkhouse and several cabins ~ Adjacent to Pike National Forest ~ Highly diverse habitat featuring irrigated meadows, riparian, wetlands, timbered mountains and open prairies. ~ Wildlife includes abundant elk, deer, bear, antelope, and numerous small game species, while also participating in Colorado’s Landowner Preference Program (LPP) ~ 300 days of sunshine with an average of 15± inches of annual precipitation ~ 9,300± foot elevation ~ Views of Pike’s Peak, Buffalo Peaks and the Mosquito Range
$2,280,000  •  151 acres
West Fork Fishing Retreat For those in the know, the West Fork of the Bitterroot River flowing from the tailwater of Painted Rocks Reservoir, is a floatable trout fishing stream of epic qualities. Cold, clear water rushes from the base of the dam and feeds over 20 miles of riffles, pools and deep pocket water stashed behind giant granite boulders. The West Fork Fishing Retreat owns around one-half mile of both sides of this legendary fishery. Accessed directly from the West Fork Road, the 151± acres is surrounded by United States Forest Service on seven of its eight boundaries. A primary residence and guest quarters are uniquely located directly on the banks of the West Fork in a grandfathered location no longer permitted due to land use restrictions. The sight and sound of rushing water just feet from the ample streamside decks will make any heart sing, while multiple additional prime building sites are scattered through the property. Downhill skiing is a short drive away at Lost Trail Powder Mountain and hundreds of miles of Forest Service roads serve an endless bordering backcountry. With world-class elk and deer hunting, blue ribbon quality water populated by large native cutthroat trout and a private, commercial-grade bridge over the river, this is a rare ownership opportunity in western Montana. The Facts: • 151± acres • Main home plus guest quarters • Grandfathered bankside location • United States Forest Service boundaries on seven of eight sides • Legendary fly fishing for large native trout • World-class elk and deer hunting • Private bridge built to handle fully loaded log trucks
$2,400,000  •  480 acres
The Todd County Irrigated Organic Farm consists of 480± contiguous acres, of which 390± are pivot irrigated and lies in a unique area of south central South Dakota. The farm is located in the very northern edge of the Ogallala Aquifer. The soils are very friendly for farming, along with good groundwater supply and no pumping restrictions. The land was developed to pivot irrigation in 2014 along with all new equipment and is certified organic. The farm provides an excellent opportunity to expand into organic farming or enhance your portfolio with an investment property.
$14,500,000  •  1,186 acres
The Kootenai Springs Ranch is one of the ultimate expressions of a western recreational property with the added benefit of good agricultural underpinnings and immediate proximity to a variety of goods and services. With over two miles of frontage on the main stem of the Bitterroot River, celebrated architecture and grand, snowcapped vistas, the ranch exceeds expectations at every turn. Consisting of 1,186± acres on the valley bottom, the ranch offers scenic splendor among some of the strongest wildlife populations in the west. Rich and biodiverse, the property offers clear, deep and fishable spring creek water, wet meadows, dense underbrush, mature stands of Ponderosa pine, savannah-like pastures and verdant hay fields fringed by towering peaks. A resident elk herd, dense whitetail deer populations, turkey, pheasant and robust waterfowl populations mean daily wildlife sightings, while an extensive compound of owner, guest and management facilities are crafted from the highest quality stone, steel, glass and custom timbers. Located minutes from a 24-hour supermarket and the excellent school system of Montana’s oldest incorporated community, Stevensville, the Kootenai Springs Ranch offers a stronghold in the heart of the wild Rockies without sacrificing any modern conveniences.
$5,914,750  •  2,005 acres
Three Circle FarmsThree Circle Farms in northwest Red River County represents the highest quality among farming operations in the region. This 2,005± acre farm is 89% tillable and well improved with 1,080± acres under three T-L Pivot systems, each supported by multiple alluvial wells. Three homes, workshops, and a 10,000 square foot red steel building are among the well-matched improvements located at the central headquarters. Tile drainage on strategic portions of the farm and deep clay loam soils both contribute to the farm’s capabilities. The farm benefits greatly from the mixture of mostly FSA Class I & Class II soils. The predominate Class I soil types are Oklared Fine Sandy Loam, Wakana-Elysian Complex, and Waskom Loam. Three Circle Farms is also an excellent candidate for a sod farm or conversion to a “MIG” irrigated grazing system. Each of the three pivots are served by a dedicated mainline supply system which collects water from a 36” diameter gravel packed well bore that has been drilled to an average depth of 45’. Each well has been cased with 16” SCH 40 PVC and fitted with electric submersible pumps. All systems are currently powered by diesel gen-sets, however 3-phase power is readily available along FM 410.The Facts:2,005± acres of land1,785± acres of tillable land.    1,080± acres of irrigated land.250± acres of additional possible deeded accretion (TBD).Three T-L PivotsHeadquarters with three homes50’ x 80’ Quanset Shop100’ x 100’ Machinery Shed/Hay Storage21 alluvial irrigation wells514± acres tile drainedNet wire fencing 
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Hall and Hall
2290 Grant Road
Billings, MT 59012