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$15,500,000  •  21,034 acres
Overview - Consisting of 108,277± total acres (21,034± deeded acres), Three Springs Ranch is a historic cattle and big game hunting ranch notable for its large size, as well as its unique combination of multiple allocated hunting tags in a trophy unit where tags are difficult to draw. A common dilemma for hunting ranch buyers is whether to focus on areas with plentiful tags but few mature animals, or go for a trophy unit that has quality bulls and bucks, but limited hunting opportunities, even for landowners. Fortunately, Three Springs Ranch offers the best of both – a high-quality unit with a private tag allocation achieved through Colorado’s Ranching for Wildlife program. The result is a unique ranch with exceptional big game hunting complemented by a well-run livestock program and attractive western landscape. Additional features of the ranch include adjacency to the Dinosaur National Monument; accredited source of the popular Allosaurus skeletal mount at the Denver Museum of Natural Science; a televised Bill Moyers’ Journal documentary featuring the Ranch; and Native American petroglyphs. Location - Three Springs Ranch is located in Northwest Colorado along US Highway 40, midway between Vernal, Utah and Craig, Colorado. The ranch features year-round access on county-maintained roads. It is roughly an hour from ranch headquarters to Vernal, Craig, or Rangely, and two hours to the ski resort town of Steamboat Springs. The population of Vernal is 10,277, Craig is 9,217, Rangely is 2,285, and Dinosaur is 223. The two closest commercial airports are in Vernal and Hayden (90 minutes). The Land - The ranch stretches 18 miles from its northern boundary with Dinosaur National Monument to the White River Valley to the south. Along the way, it encompasses rolling and mountainous terrain within the Wolf Creek and Bear Valleys, as well as numerous side draws. The deeded lands range in elevation from 5,600 to 8,100 feet and are characterized by a variety of valleys, ridges, canyons, rock outcrops, meadows, and flats. Vegetation consists primarily of grass, sage, mountain shrub, pinon, and juniper, with some localized aspen trees. The ranch benefits from a variety of water sources including Wolf Creek, springs, reservoirs, stock ponds, and wells (both domestic and livestock). Big Game Hunting - In additional to the unique character of the land, one of the most appealing aspects of Three Springs Ranch is its trophy big game hunting. The ranch is located in GMU 10, one of four units in the northwest corner of the state that is managed by Colorado Parks and Wildlife for quality status. Bulls over 300 inches are common, and many mature to the 350 to 400 inch range. To achieve this standard, the state is very restrictive with tags and hunting pressure is dramatically reduced. Many years of preference points are required to draw a bull or buck tag. For example, 2022 bull elk tags for GMU 10 were drawn at 22 to 30 preference points. Despite the high number of points required, there is high demand for GMU 10 tags because they offer the potential to reward the hunter with a once-in-a-lifetime bull. With the aim of increasing the number of tags available to the ranch beyond what is available through the draw, Three Springs has been a long-time participant of Colorado’s Ranching for Wildlife (RFW) cooperative management program. This has historically entitled the ranch to three private bull tags annually. In exchange, the ranch has made habitat improvements to the land and allows a limited number of public hunters to have guided access to the ranch during select times. As a result of the blend of summer and winter range habitats and lack of pressure in the area, the local elk herd does not tend to migrate and many hundreds of elk are found on the ranch in the fall. With a bull-to-cow ratio of 40 to 100, there are plenty of opportunities for trophy-caliber elk. In addition to the Ranching for Wildlife private tags, Three Springs qualifies for seven landowner vouchers to participate in the landowner draw for the ranch acreage that is not enrolled in the RFW program. Although elk are the featured species, GMU 10 is also an excellent unit for mule deer. Three Springs historically has been allocated one private buck tag and allows one public buck hunter. Bucks in the 160-180+ inch range are typical every year. Operation and Improvements - The ranch supports a year-round cattle operation running 400 to 600 head. In addition to the deeded lands, the ranch holds grazing permits on adjacent BLM and State of Colorado lands. Total AUMs on the BLM and State leased lands is 7,423 (consisting of 6,897 Active AUMs on the BLM permit plus 526 AUMs on the State Ag Leases). Functional improvements consist of two owner’s homes, a hunting cabin, a manager’s home, and an employee house, plus a shop and all the requisite agricultural improvements. Noteworthy - • Acreage Breakdown: - 21,034± Deeded - 82,198± BLM Permit - 5,045± State Lease - 108,277± TOTAL • Current ownership purchased the ranch in 1970. It has not been on the market in 52 years. • An Allosaurus dinosaur fossil discovered on the ranch is on permanent display at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. • Well-preserved Native American petroglyphs. • The ranch was featured in a Bill Moyers Journal documentary (https://vimeo.com/33300732).
$4,500,000  •  306 acres
Trout and wildlife inhabit 306± acres with virtually one mile of the West Boulder River, 30 minutes from Big Timber and 60 minutes from Bozeman, under 9,000’ peaks of the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness.
$5,400,000  •  3,373 acres
The thousands of acres of the Deer Lodge Mountain Ranch are productive, beautiful and fun. There are timbered draws, aspen groves, grassy meadows, extensive surface water and dramatic views. Granite exposed peaks rise to 8,000 feet in the view of the Flint Creek range. Wildlife abounds including elk, mule deer, ruffed grouse, black bear. National forest and state lands border the ranch. Several springs originate on the property providing quality habitat. Uses of the ranch include grazing, hunting, hiking, ATV/UTV riding, snowmobiling. Located in an often-overlooked area in western Montana, the ranch is found within 30± minutes of Butte, Montana and within a 90±-minute drive of Helena and Missoula, all three of which provides amenities and commercial airports. Deer Lodge Mountain Ranch is both a great recreational wildlife property and cattle ranch in an ideal Montana location. The Facts: ~ 3,373± deeded acres ~ Mountain views, timbered draws, springs, and creek ~ Bordering national forest ~ Elk, whitetail, mule deer, and ruffed grouse ~ 10 miles to town; 25 miles to commercial air service ~ Currently used for summer grazing
$12,500,000  •  5,851.89 acres
The Cherry Springs Ranch is located in the productive and scenic Clarks Fork River Valley, seven miles southeast of Bridger, Montana, and 57 miles southwest of Billings, Montana. Comprised of approximately 5,852± deeded acres, of which 110± acres are irrigated. Aside from the irrigated base and the 1,160± acres of BLM leased ground, the remaining acreage is highlighted by two major drainages that run through the ranch, namely the North and South Forks of Cherry Creek. The strong native grasses and the well-timbered draws provide great habitat for an assortment of wildlife. A beautiful main residence with exceptional views anchors the expansive ranch, which also includes an equestrian barn, horse runs, and an arena, all supplementing the ranch’s working aspect. A second home and a livestock facility provide the additional resources need to sustain an ongoing well-balanced farm and ranch operation. The Facts: ~ Seven miles southeast of Bridger, Montana ~ Fifty-seven miles southwest of Billings, Montana ~ Convenient access off well-maintained county road ~ Approximately 5,852 deeded acres ~ Approximately 1,160 acres of BLM lease ~ Approximately 110 acres under pivot irrigation ~ Bridger Creek frontage ~ Immaculate 4,100± square foot main home ~ Headquarters has a barn with horse stalls and runs ~ Outdoor arena ~ Additional 1,300± square foot ranch home with barn and cattle facilities ~ Strong irrigation rights ~ Artesian well ~ Good mule deer population ~ Average precipitation is approximately 12 in. per yr.
$2,650,000  •  114.5 acres
The Crazy Mountain Retreat is approximately 114 acres, located three miles east of Clyde Park, Montana, near the town of Livingston. The lands are a combination of riparian creek bottom along the banks of Rock Creek and upland sage meadows. Rock Creek emerges out of the south end of the Crazy Mountains to the north and flows southerly into the Shields River and ultimately to the Yellowstone. Rock Creek courses through the northwest corner of the ranch and into a contiguous 480-acre tract of lands owned by the state of Montana. It’s a small stream fishery and primarily holds populations of native cutthroat. The ranch also supports numbers of whitetail, upland birds, moose, antelope, and a wide variety of animals that migrate up and down the riparian corridor from the mountains to the river. The ranch buildings are simple and include a modest home and associated outbuildings for the family, horses, and other livestock. An idyllic site to build resides on the southwest side of the property adjacent to a flowing spring and Rock Creek. The site absorbs a magnificent view of three prominent mountain ranges including the Bridgers, the Absarokas, and dominantly - the Crazies. This is a livable location less than an hour from the city of Bozeman and an international airfield. Skiing at Bridger Bowl is just over 30 minutes, and Yellowstone Park is within an hour. The Facts: ~ 114± acres ~ Three miles east of Clyde Park, 20 miles northeast of Livingston, and less than an hour to Bozeman ~ 1/4± mile of frontage on Rock Creek with an additional 1.5 miles of creek on the adjacent state lands ~ Tremendous mountain views of three ranges ~ Great build site adjacent to Rock Creek and a large emergent spring ~ Super livable location with easy proximity to services, schools, airfields, and dining
$1,998,825  •  920 acres
In the heart of west Texas and big deer country, these 920± acres stand out in Stonewall County. It is a remote area of central west Texas that is a vastly diverse county and, in many cases, untamed in every sense. There are many tracts of land in the county that are desolate and rugged in beauty, but unmanageable land. It is a common issue for land in the area to be littered with oil and gas production or abandoned remnants of such. These issues make it a difficult task to find a property that is accessible, with minimal oil and gas activity, navigable elevation changes, good system of roads, new fencing, and improvements in place for hunting and recreational opportunities. The Teta Sola Ranch consists of manageable topography bordered by larger ranching neighbors and minimal hunting pressure. Selective grubbing program over the last two years has cleaned up roughly 300 acres of cedar off the ranch and restored native grasses that will pay dividends in the years ahead for grazing, groundwater, and wildlife. The recent drought has been taken advantage of by de-silting the tanks to provide more water retainment for future years to come. A 40 foot wide fire break was cut with a dozer around the entire perimeter of the ranch to mitigate wildfire risks. Roughly 100 acres of cultivated ground for food plots and grazing with tillable soil. Multiple vantage points created by rocky breaks in the soil indicative of the region provide multiple high points throughout the ranch. Teta Sola has one major hill that is a landmark in the middle of the ranch. It serves as a beacon of reference and is a unique feature to the ranch. This property fits the avid hunter with the desire to have accessible and productive ground for cattle in combination with the recreational aspects. Teta Sola has a list of some of the most desired qualities combined on one ranch in Stonewall County. The Facts: ~ 3 bedroom, 2 bath Clayton manufactured home ~ 920± deeded acres to be surveyed ~ Solid concrete block gun/safe room ~ Covered equipment parking ~ Electricity ~ One water well ~ Walk-in cooler ~ 100-yard shooting range and covered shooting table and dirt backstop ~ 12 custom-built turkey roosts ~ Deer blinds and feeders negotiable with an acceptable offer ~ 2.5 miles of highway frontage on US 380 ~ 6 stock tanks
$7,500,000  •  1,987 acres
Middle Creek Farm is located 17 miles west of Springview, Nebraska, or 29 miles east of Valentine, Nebraska on Highway 12, just on the northern edge of the Niobrara River breaks in Keya Paha County. Keya Paha County is well known for being some of the best cattle and cropland combination country in Nebraska. The highly diversified farm is comprised of nine center pivots with a complete set of improvements, native rangeland, wooded draws, and dryland crop ground. The center pivots are all groundwater wells, with no pumping restrictions and three-phase electric service. Currently, the farm is an irrigated/grassland cow-calf operation, with the pivots being utilized for grazing and haying. The owner rates the operation with proper inputs to be able to sustain 450 cow/calf pairs on a year-round basis. The current operation would also lead to an easy transition to an organic row crop operation. Corn yields in the area have historically been above 200+ bushels per acre. The farm also features Upper Niobrara River breaks, with timbered draws providing excellent wildlife habitat and great feed sources for elk, deer, turkeys, and upland birds. Middle Creek Farm is a great investment opportunity for a row crop operation or an irrigated cattle operation with high-quality soil, good groundwater, breathtaking views, and diversity. The farm is move-in ready and shows the great pride of current ownership. The Facts: ~ 1,500 square foot home, plus basement and attached garage built in 2014 ~ 50’ X 100’ steel machine shed built in 2011 ~ 32’ X 47’ shop ~ 80,000 bushel grain storage ~ Numerous other small buildings ~ Two sets of working corrals ~ Highly developed livestock water system ~ Fences are in great condition ~ Five T&L pivots ranging from 2000 to 2008 models ~ Four older but functional Olsen pivots
$25,000,000  •  5,864 acres
Thoughtfully assembled over nearly four decades, Valley View Ranch may be the largest contiguous block of irrigated ground ever to be offered in this part of Western Montana. Situated in a small, bucolic valley adjacent to the Flathead Lake resort community of Polson, the complex consists of 5,864± well-blocked acres spanning nearly 7.5 miles from east to west. Water allotments totaling over 4,000 acre-feet are delivered through a network of canals via the Flathead Irrigation Project to 15 pivots covering 2,018± acres. Some handlines and 39 wheel lines make up the balance of 4,100 acres under irrigation. In the unlikely event that the allotments are insufficient, the ranch has access to additional water from the Pablo Reservoir, a mere mile to the north of the ranch’s eastern boundary. Water is moved from the canals via 21± pump stations through miles of buried and surface mainline. Operationally, much of the irrigated ground is in alfalfa production averaging 4.1 tons per acre in two cuttings, with the balance in improved pasture with a small portion leased out for row crops. To complement the farming and irrigation infrastructure improvements, the current owner runs 250 mother cows year-round, along with yearlings and bulls. They also bring in an additional 1,000-1,250 pairs that they custom graze and feed depending on the season. This number of livestock is well under historical and calculated carrying capacity. The ranch is fully fenced and cross fenced with cattle moved between improved irrigated pasture and vast swaths of native range along the complex’s periphery. The ranch is modestly improved with appropriate operational facilities, including working corrals, calving sheds, arenas, scales and housing for employees. The owner’s residence, constructed in 1983, is conveniently located along Eli Gap Road, offering three bedrooms, three bathrooms, double car garage and partial basement. There are three additional single family homes spread across the ranch currently used as income generating rentals. Valley View Ranch is nearly adjacent to Polson, a lake resort community of roughly 5,000 people. The community offers all amenities associated with communities of this size, including lodging, shopping, medical facilities and a 4,2000-foot paved municipal landing strip and facilities for float planes. For amenities associated with larger communities like commercial air service, Missoula and Kalispell are one hour and fifteen minutes and one hour respectively. Valley View Ranch, with its substantial irrigation infrastructure, rich soils, and abundant water, combine to make this offering unique in its operational potential in a locale that rarely sees production ranches of this size and quality come to market. The Facts: ~ 5,864± acres ~ 2,018± acres under 15 pivots; 2,209± under 39 wheel lines and handlines ~ Productive and fertile ground currently utilized for alfalfa, irrigated pasture, potatoes and native range ~ Average 4.1 tons alfalfa per acre in two cuttings ~ 1,300 cow/calf and yearling operation, well below carrying capacity ~ Functional operational and residential improvements, including owner’s residence, employee housing, calving facilities, scales, corrals, shops and arenas ~ Extraordinary views of the Mission Mountains ~ Minutes from Polson, Montana, and Flathead Lake, 1 hr. 15 min. to Missoula; 1 hr. to Kalispell ~ No conservation easement offering flexibility for a new owner ~ Taxes based on previous years of $171,056, which includes shares in Flathead Irrigation Project with allotments of over 4,000 acre-feet of water
$71,000,000  •  5,055.67 acres
Arguably the finest mountain ranch retreat in the Rocky Mountain West. Diamond G doesn’t just claim to have it all. It, in fact, does! Privacy – It lies at the end of the road, virtually surrounded by state and federal lands. Access – It is accessible year-round and lies about 17 miles from Dubois and about one hour and 15 minutes from the Jackson Hole Airport. Fishing – It has an estimated 5 miles of the Dunoir River on private land with immediate access to 2.5 more miles on public land that is rarely accessed by the public. The Dunoir is a world-class trout fishery with trout in the 20 plus inch category. Wildlife – Bear, elk, moose, antelope, mountain lion, coyote, wolverine, multiple bird species, and both bighorn sheep and mountain goats are often seen in the adjacent national forest. It is one of the richest, wildest places for wildlife we have ever seen. Scenery – Absolutely breathtaking with a lush riparian corridor flanked by timbered and open mountains rising to over 11,000 feet topped by dramatic rock formations and three major peaks – Ramshorn, Coffin Butte and Pinnacles. Improvements – Comfortable lodge and guest quarters, operating facilities, and staff quarters all in an authentic western vernacular. Containing over 5,000 deeded acres - This is not just a small inholding in the national forest. When you come up the private road and see the ranch laid out before you, it is the real deal. There is virtually nothing else that one would want to own. The Facts: ~ LOCATION: 17 miles west of Dubois and about 90 minutes from Jackson Hole. ~ ACREAGE: 5,856± total including 800± acres of private and state lease. ~ ACREAGE BREAKDOWN: Approximately 1,000-acre riparian area with about 500 that could be hayed. Balance in native range. ~ SCENERY: Dramatic! Ranch controls head of Dunoir River Valley with peaks over 11,000 feet above it. ~ WILDLIFE: Extensive – wolverine, elk, wolves, grizzlies, mountain lion, moose, antelope, etc. ~ FISHERY: Seven plus miles of the Dunoir River boasting cutthroat, brown and rainbow trout over 20 inches. ~ OPERATION: Best suited for summer grazing and production of grass hay for sale. ~ PRIVACY: Ranch lies at the end of a private road and controls entire valley surrounded on three sides by national forest with no public access through the ranch. ~ SUMMARY: Exceptional offering of a totally private and highly scenic ranch with extraordinary wildlife and fishing within 90 minutes of Jackson Hole.
$600,000  •  37.29 acres
This unimproved 37± acre holding is located along the banks of the Eagle River within the exclusive Diamond Star Ranch. Bound by 800± feet of cottonwood-lined river frontage with excellent angling, the property is well-suited for those seeking a private homesite in the Eagle Valley. Ownership here entails access to all Diamond Star Ranch amenities – which include private access to thousands of acres of mountain lands and excellent fly fishing on the Eagle River. The 10,000± acre Diamond Star Ranch is a shared amenity ranch community located within close proximity to Vail, Beaver Creek, and the limitless amenities and recreational resources found in Colorado’s Eagle Valley. Diamond Star is easily accessed and sits seven miles east of Eagle, the Vail Valley Jet Center and Eagle County Regional Airport. Seclusion and privacy are paramount aspects of ownership within Diamond Star Ranch. Access to Diamond Star is controlled by an electronic security gate and a bridge crossing the river. Owners have access to amenities including an equestrian center, lodge with guest suites and pool, excellent big game hunting on thousands of acres of private land, roughly three miles of private angling on the Eagle River, as well as miles of developed horse and OHV riding trails. This offering will appeal to those seeking access to Diamond Star Ranch as well as to individuals seeking a new homesite in a gated setting. Showings and additional information are all available upon qualified written request. Offered in cooperation with Jared Saul, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties. The Facts: ~ Highly desirable setting in Eagle County, Colorado ~ Unimproved 37± deeded acre holding ~ 800± feet of Eagle River frontage with excellent angling ~ Private access to an additional three miles of Eagle River ~ Seven miles to Vail Valley Jet Center and Eagle County Regional Airport with direct flights from Dallas, Houston, Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles ~ 30-minute drive to Vail and Beaver Creek Ski Areas ~ Ownership within the exclusive Diamond Star Ranch ~ Access to numerous amenities including equestrian center and lodge with guest suites and pool ~ Private access to thousands of acres of land with developed horse and OHV trails
$9,750,000  •  56.4 acres
Timeless Retreat on Mill Creek is a magical place where the natural attributes of the landscape- topography, water, woods, views, and privacy are further enhanced by the enduring beauty and style of the structural improvements. To quote architect Jonathan Foote, "The sensitive reuse of old materials and ancient craftsmanship used to assemble them allows the building to live on timelessly and quietly, as it walks softly on the land". The distinctive character of the property unfolds as you explore the many facets of the 56± acres. Located in a highly coveted area of Montana’s Paradise Valley, Timeless Retreat on Mill Creek offers an otherworld quality surrounded by wilderness, fly fishing, and adventure near Livingston, Bozeman, and Yellowstone National Park.
$2,900,000  •  54.46 acres
The Montana Blue-Ribbon trout fishery, the Big Hole River, is fabled and needs no introduction. However, the Big Hole River Retreat, lying on two-thirds of a mile of river frontage does. This private property includes a newly built home with refurbished barn wood siding, set among a cottonwood forest. Its rock bluff viewshed and river bottom privacy are protected along the length of the riverfront. It is located ideally close to a small quaint town and a half hour from larger towns and commercial airline service. The house is just two years old. The one-story open floorplan is conducive for gatherings of family and friends. The main living area has high ceilings as well as large windows filled with a towering cottonwood forest, granite rock wall, and river views. Additional angling opportunities on the nearby Beaverhead, Ruby, Clark Fork, and Jefferson Rivers are day trips. The half-million acres of the Beaverhead and Deerlodge national forests begin within minutes of the ranch. Moose, deer, songbirds, and raptors love this river-forest hideaway.
$2,500,000  •  821 acres
Located 20 minutes from Choteau, Montana, the 821± acre Garrity Bird Farm is a sportsperson’s paradise offering upland and big game hunting opportunities, as well as infrastructure for shooting sports and dryland crop opportunities. Purchased with the intent of enhancing the upland game bird habitat, the current owner has gone to great lengths in creating feed and brood plots for pheasants, sharp-tailed grouse, and Hungarian partridge. No paradise would be complete without a base of operations. Included is a fully remodeled 1930s-era farmhouse, offering three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen, and a master suite. The home is serviced by an oversized, plumbed detached two car garage with additional storage and counter space. The farm also offers a 4300± square foot shop with radiant heat, an office, and a small apartment. The shop also includes rows of storage cabinets and dog kennels with runs. Within the operational complex are grain storage bins and a wobble trap bunker with a Pro-Matic Wobble Trap. Historically, the farm has produced a variety of crops including winter/spring wheat, sunflowers, canola, lentils, and peas and is currently being leased to a local operator. Due to the farm’s proximity to Freezeout Lake it is often home to a variety of migratory birds, as well as occasional big game including deer, elk, and grizzly bears. Several small, seasonal ponds add to the overall aesthetic and wildlife habitat. The Garrity Bird Farm, surrounded by rolling plains and distant views of the Rocky Mountain Front, would be perfect as a full-time residence or prairie getaway.
$10,700,000  •  5,166 acres
Located along 5.5 miles of North Platte River SE of Torrington, this 5,166± deeded acre ranch combines 480± acres of highly productive pivot irrigated cropland with lush river bottom habitat and strong foothill grazing. Headquarters include good outbuildings, a good set of pipe corrals, and a newly remodeled ranch home. Recreational features include excellent deer and antelope plus terrific waterfowl hunting in season.
$1,325,000  •  190 acres
The Mile Ridge Ranch is a private 190± acre property located in the southeastern corner of Kimble County, just nine miles from the quaint town of Harper. The first things you will notice upon setting boots on the ground are the miles and miles of views and a well-manicured landscape. The modest accommodations that include water and electricity are situated in the most scenically perfect location on the property. From the porch, the western sundowner skylines are nothing short of spectacular in the evenings. From camp, looking down on the valley below at the waterhole/pond, you could likely see it teeming with wildlife, as game typically drinks in the early mornings and evenings offering a serene view as the sunrises or sets. Being just a mile off the paved Ranch to Market Road 479 allows for superb privacy and minimal, if any, road noise. A perfect escape. The attributes of this property lend themselves to an array of opportunities for a potential buyer; one could keep it solely for personal use, create a small subdivision, or camping/glamping grounds. Native and exotic wildlife abound allowing for great photographic and hunting potential. About 35 miles from the ranch gate is the wildly popular tourist town of Fredericksburg. Rich with its own unique culture, there is ample shopping, restaurants, wineries/vineyards (tours), horseback riding, live music, and so much more available for the family or weekend warrior. The area has long been a huge attraction for people from all around. Fredericksburg is home to more than 400 festivals and special events each year, not to mention the dozens of live music performances weekly. A few highlights would be Oktoberfest, Fredericksburg Food and Wine Fest, Hill Country Film Festival, Stonewall Peach JAMboree and Rodeo, grape stomps at local wineries, and the Light the Night Christmas Parade down Main Street. Fredericksburg is also home to popular attractions like the National Museum of the Pacific War and Enchanted Rock State Natural Area. The ranch and region have a unique synergy where one can enjoy tranquility on the ranch and entertain friends and guests with the hustle and bustle of nearby events. Overall, the Mile Ridge Ranch is the perfect getaway with its spectacular vistas, various Hill Country outdoor activities, nearby necessities, and tourist attractions. All to be experienced on or nearby the land. The ranch is sure to be enjoyed for many generations to come.
$8,500,000  •  124 acres
This spectacular diverse luxury property is located in the Plum Creek Valley, 30 minutes from Denver and north of Colorado Springs on the Colorado Front Range. Whether you are looking to host luxurious events, corporate retreats, or create a dream equestrian venue, this property has it all. The improvements are truly impeccable, historic, and one-of-a-kind. The exterior attributes of Crooked Willow Farms are just as stunning as the beautiful event barns, stables, and arenas. Charming white fences surround the property and pastures reminiscent of grand Kentucky horse farms. Red and white buildings create an immediate impact, and the historic nature of the structures gives the feeling of luxurious buildings from a time gone by. The surroundings are equally as breathtaking, with panoramic views of the foothills. The event venue has been utilized primarily for weddings in recent years but can also be used for other celebrations. The Carriage House Ballroom seats up to 225 guests for any event, Lola’s Loft will seat up to 150 for a wedding or other ceremony, and the gorgeous large wine room is perfect for receptions. The woodwork and wood flooring throughout the venue is stunning. The event lawn next to the Carriage House with breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains is also ideal for any outdoor event. The equestrian improvements are second to none and feature indoor and outdoor arenas. The main barn has ten stalls, a full bath, horse EuroXciser, therapy room, and office. Additional barns have more than 24 additional stalls. The 100’ x 200’ indoor arena and the 100’ x 240’ outdoor arena both have Nike Air footing installed. The property has 17 turnouts for horses and most are equipped with shades. There are three large pastures and two smaller turnout pastures. There is a modest four-bedroom farmhouse and a duplex with four total bedrooms. There are multiple places where a main residence or lodge could be built if desired. This is definitely a must-see property!!! The Facts: ~ 124± acres ~ Meticulous craftsmanship throughout ~ Beautiful luxurious barns ~ Tremendous event venue ~ 24+ horse stalls ~ 24,000 sq. ft. outdoor arena and 20,000 sq. ft. indoor arena with lights and sprinklers ~ Five separate fenced pastures ~ Several ponds on the property ~ Easy access from Denver and Colorado Springs
$21,000,000  •  703.41 acres
Combining unparalleled duck hunting with the best in spring creek trout fishing, the 703± acre Billingsley Creek Ranch is arguably the premier sporting property available for purchase anywhere in the country. Set in the fabled Hagerman Valley, epicenter of waterfowl hunting in the western US, the ranch is located just outside of the small town of Hagerman and a half-hour from Twin Falls and its commercial airport. The capital city of Boise is an hour and a half drive west of the ranch, while the resort community of Ketchum/Sun Valley is 90 miles to the north. Spring-fed Billingsley Creek is the centerpiece of the ranch and flows for over a mile through a wildlife-rich basalt canyon and riparian corridor. Working with well-known hydrologist and stream specialist, Gary Decker, the current owners undertook a complete restoration of Billingsley Creek in 2007. The result was the creation of an ideal trout habit to complement the property’s unsurpassed duck hunting. Ample spring water is available to the ranch and used to sustain several year-round lakes, as well as numerous seasonal waterfowl ponds. Although waterfowl hunting and trout fishing are the highlights at Billingsley Creek, there is terrific hunting for pheasants and quail throughout the property as well as for large mule deer up to 30 inches. In addition to its recreational attributes, the ranch features an active farming operation that utilizes approximately 350 acres of irrigated cropland leased to a longtime local farmer to raise grain corn. Improvements complement the ranch and are highlighted by a 5,000± square foot owners’ home overlooking Billingsley Creek. Other improvements include a two-bedroom guest house, manager’s residence, guides’ house, additional employee housing, equipment storage, and a hay barn. Along the creek is an outdoor venue with a fire pit and covered barbeque area ideal for streamside dining and entertaining. The ranch is not covered by a conservation easement at the present time. However, because of the property’s size, location, and extensive frontage on Billingsley Creek, it is a prime candidate for one. The ranch is being offered with furnishings and ranch equipment. The Facts: ~ Landmark duck hunting ranch with 703± deeded, contiguous acres in the heart of the most prolific waterfowl area in the western US ~ Over a mile of Billingsley Creek restored by the owners to create an exceptional spring creek trout fishery ~ A combination of year-round spring water, abundant habitat, and a strong forage base provides optimal conditions for unsurpassed waterfowl hunting ~ Excellent year-round water rights for a variety of purposes, including extensive irrigated cropland and habitat areas ~ Other wildlife includes wild pheasants, quail, chukars, Hungarian partridge, doves, and large mule deer up to 30 inches ~ Residential improvements include a six-bedroom owners’ home and two-bedroom guest cabin overlooking the creek ~ Excellent on-site ranch management that could transition to new ownership ~ No conservation easement, although an excellent candidate for one ~ 30 minutes from the airport in Twin Falls and 90 miles from the resort community of Ketchum/Sun Valley
$35,000,000  •  12,035 acres
Framed by the majestic peaks of the Wind River Mountain range, the Bar Cross Ranch operates on over 30,000 acres. Located in Sublette County, just 13 miles north of Pinedale and 60 miles south of Jackson Hole, the ranch is comprised of 12,035± essentially contiguous deeded acres. The Bar Cross is one of Wyoming’s historic reputation ranches offering the highly sought-after balance of a robust and productive cattle operation, world-class fishing and hunting, and direct “out the gate” access to millions of acres in the adjacent Bridger Teton National Forest and Bridger Wilderness. Rich in water resources, there are two and a half miles of New Fork River frontage offering true blue ribbon quality trout fishing, around eight miles of Willow Creek, a quarter-mile of frontage on Willow Lake, and numerous ponds throughout, including a 40± acre lake. Historically run as a balanced cow/calf operation, the ranch has transitioned into a yearling operation in recent years. In 2021 which was one of the driest years ever recorded, the ranch ran 2,300 yearlings on the deeded acreage, the three contiguous U. S. Forest Service permits, one BLM lease, and two state leases. As part of the Upper Green River Watershed, abundant and senior water rights provide for the 2,000± acres of irrigated and sub-irrigated meadows. The turn-key ranch improvements, located at the ranch headquarters along the banks of the New Fork River, include the four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath owner’s home and bunkhouse, both of which were completely renovated in 2019 to a very high standard by architects that specialize in the renovation of historic buildings. Other improvements at this site and at the Willow Creek site include a ranch manager’s home and additional bunkhouse, foreman’s house, two barns, large and small shops, and numerous outbuildings. Virtually every building on the ranch, including most of the livestock infrastructure such as fences and corrals, has been renovated in the last five years to an exacting standard. In summary, this is a ranch that is completely ready for a new owner to move into with no fear of deferred maintenance and an outstanding management team in place. The Facts: ~ ACREAGE: Approximately 12,000 deeded acres. Property Taxes in 2021 were $25,369. ~ LEASES: There are three U.S. Forest Service grazing permits, a BLM lease, and two state leases that add approximately 20,000 acres to the grazing base. ~ OPERATION: Historically run as a year-round cow/calf operation, currently managed as a yearling operation running 2,300 head in 2021. ~ LOCATION: Cora, Wyoming - 13 miles north of Pinedale and 60 miles south of Jackson Hole ~ HISTORY: Homesteaded in the early 20th century, the Bar Cross brand has over 100 years of history and will stay with the ranch. ~ CONSERVATION EASEMENT: Approximately 5,000 acres of the ranch is under conservation easement with the Jackson Hole Land Trust. The easement allows for further subdivision of this parcel into five 1,000-acre ranch tracts. The balance of the ranch is completely unencumbered. ~ FISHERY: Approximately 2.5 miles of blue ribbon trout water on the New Fork River, one of the finest brown trout fisheries in the State of Wyoming. ~ ADDITIONAL WATER: Around eight miles of Willow Creek and a quarter-mile of frontage on Willow Lake. Numerous ponds including a 40± acre lake. ~ PUBLIC LANDS ACCESS: Substantial forest and public lands boundary with impressive views of the Wind River Mountain range, including Gannet Peak, the tallest peak in Wyoming. ~ HUNTING: Landowner tags for elk, mule deer, and antelope. ~ WILDLIFE: Abundant wildlife on the ranch including big game species such as elk, deer, and moose. Sandhill cranes, trumpeter swans, waterfowl, sage grouse, and numerous birds of prey species reside on the ranch at various times of the year. Black bears, grizzly bears, mountain lions, and wolves can also be seen on the ranch at times. ~ WATER RIGHTS: Excellent senior water rights on 2,000± irrigated acres, part of the Upper Green River Watershed. ~ RECENT IMPROVEMENTS: Significant investments have recently been made to the irrigation infrastructure via three new headgates, extensive ditch maintenance, and new control structures. Over 100 miles of fenced pasture with approximately 60 percent being converted into wildlife-friendly fencing over the last five years. New corrals and working pens were completed in 2019, allowing for centralized loading and shipping. ~ OWNER'S IMPROVEMENTS: Main residence is a historic ranch set along the banks of the New Fork River with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, completely renovated in 2019. Adjacent to the owner’s residence is a charming bunkhouse which was also restored in 2019. ~ OTHER IMPROVEMENTS: A manager’s home and bunkhouse, both renovated in 2018, two barns, large and small shops, numerous other outbuildings, and an outdoor riding arena with a round pen. ~ AIR SERVICE: Commercial air service in Jackson Hole, Ralph Wenz Field FBO and its 8,900 x 100 foot paved runway is just 15 miles from the ranch.
$6,750,000  •  400 acres
Located 20 minutes from Philipsburg, Montana, the 400± acre Kokopelli Ranch offers a spectacular hilltop setting with unmatched mountain views and a custom five-bedroom log home with horse facilities. Near some of Montana’s best recreational opportunities like Rock Creek, Georgetown Lake, and Discovery Ski Area.
$9,500,000  •  165 acres
Situated on Lake Aleknagik, Bristol Bay Lodge offers a turn-key freshwater sportfishing/hospitality operation with main lodge and remote camps. Profitable business/lifestyle opportunity on 165± acres of deeded ground. Fishing gear, aircraft, and boats included. Commercial air service to Dillingham, 30 air miles away.
$5,552,000  •  6,417 acres
The ZX Ranch is located 10 miles west of Buffalo, South Dakota and consists of 6,537± acres and features native range with wooded draws, ample water, wildlife, and world class fossils. The ranch has a 350 head cow year-round capability.
$19,500,000  •  9,173.93 acres
Located mere minutes from Deer Lodge, MT, but a world away from the hustle of modern life sits Burnt Hollow Ranch, a legacy holding if there ever was one. Spanning nearly 9,200 acres, the ranch occupies two counties with rich topographical diversity rarely found on the market today. From the verdant irrigated bottom ground near the ranch headquarters to the forested ridges and knobs, to the wide-open grassland benches, it’s easy to lose oneself inside a property that, quite literally, spans for miles. Currently run as a cattle ranch with top-shelf residential amenities, the setting and operational components make Burnt Hollow Ranch ideal for both the experienced operator and ambitious hobbyist looking to dive headfirst into the western ranch lifestyle. Perched on a hillside above the operational hub is a masterpiece 8,774 square foot owner’s residence. The three-bedroom, five-bathroom home offers every modern amenity with expansive great room, bar, office, master suite, pool, attached garage, and detached four-bay shop with oversize 12-foot doors. In addition to the owner’s residence is a 4,186 square foot three-bedroom, four-bathroom guest home offering stunning views of the Deer Lodge Valley and Flint Mountain Range beyond. There are several additional residences for employees and guests, and two off-grid remote cabins, one newly completed. Operationally, the ranch offers 200± acres of irrigated hay ground with 60± acres under pivot and both wheel line and flood watering the remainder. There are thousands of acres of fenced pasture complete with cross-fencing and water dispersed throughout the ranch. The main headquarters is tidy, functional, and complete, offering shops, equipment sheds, calving barns, a ranch office, working corrals, and squeeze chutes. In addition to the deeded ground, there are several state and forest service grazing leases totaling 4,800± acres and nearly 500 AUMs. While the operational and residential improvements are notable, what sets Burnt Hollow Ranch apart is its vast and diverse topography and overall aesthetic. Flanking the east side of the Deer Lodge Valley in the shadows of the Continental Divide, Peterson Creek runs through a low rift providing a protected basin for ranch operations. The rift gives way to gently sloping hillsides to a vast bench that spans for miles bordering the US Forest Service for 7.75 miles. The open pastures to the north eventually give way to forested hillsides to the south and east covered in mixed coniferous forests and healthy aspen stands surrounding grassy meadows. Elk, deer, bear, and a variety of other game and non-game species are abundant on the ranch and in the vast stretches of adjacent public ground. Located in HD 215, over-the-counter tags are available and permits have a fairly high success rate. This is a unique holding offering an expansive, diverse, and private setting yet is exceptionally close to modern amenities and some of the best recreation Montana has to offer. Truly a western playground with unmatched comfort, operational efficiency, and western ambiance, Burnt Hollow Ranch is ready for new stewards to carry its legacy forward.
$8,750,000  •  3,954 acres
One of the top trophy elk hunting properties in Colorado, this holding encompasses 3,954± deeded acres of diverse lands with a comfortable home, multiple water sources, and four stocked trout ponds.
$4,500,000  •  250 acres
Beautifully improved riverfront farm in the north Georgia foothills, featuring two houses, a stocked pond, fenced pastures, and productive gardens in a desirable location just 65 miles northwest of Atlanta.
$2,900,000  •  1,758.21 acres
The Hansen Ranch offers a great opportunity to balance productive agriculture, quality bird, waterfowl, and deer habitat, and well-planned improvements on the southern edge of the Prairie Pothole Region of North America. The ranch lies six miles southeast of the Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge and is a near-perfect blend of rolling hills, marshy coulees, creek bottoms, and productive farm fields. The ranch consists of approximately 2,720 acres of deeded and leased land located 14 miles east of Froid, Montana, and approximately 40 miles west of Williston, North Dakota, with convenient access from all directions. The ranch features ample grazing, farming, and dryland hay production balanced with ponds, creeks, and spring-fed marshes typical of the Prairie Pothole Region. The habitat is ideal for pheasants, sharp-tailed grouse, Hungarian partridge, waterfowl, and deer. The property’s wildlife prospers, due to good nesting and winter cover with food sources interspersed throughout. All improvements on the ranch have been well planned and constructed. From the comfortable 3,700+ square foot home built in 2011 to the heated 40’X96’ shop and the livestock facilities, one will find all the improvements to be appropriate and well cared for. The owners have endeavored to balance productive agriculture and recreation for decades.
Hall and Hall

Hall and Hall
2290 Grant Road
Billings, MT 59012

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