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$11,000,000  •  14,236 acres
The Hangman’s Creek Ranch is located 16 miles east of Big Timber in the foothills north of the Yellowstone River. It is an expansive grass ranch offering a variety of scenic terrain and big views of the Crazy and Beartooth Mountains to the west and south respectively. Operating on over 16,500 acres (14,200± deeded), the ranch boasts good livestock working improvements, including a set of corrals, cross and perimeter fencing, and an extensive road system. Stock water is adequate, but with some development and additional fencing, one could increase the amount of animal unit month grazing capacity by 20 to 25 percent. Exceptional big game hunting for elk, mule deer, and pronghorn antelope together with upland bird hunting complete a very appealing package. The icing on the cake, however, a 14 tower wind farm under a lease agreement with an income stream currently in place. The annual lease income is estimated to range from $175,000 to $225,000 over the life of the 25-year lease. The offering price of $11,000,000 includes the surface, the owner’s mineral rights, and the wind lease. The property can also be purchased subject to the lease but without the income for $8,500,000 for surface and minerals only. The Facts: ~ Location - Sixteen miles to Big Timber and eighty miles to Billings and Bozeman via Interstate 90. ~ Acreage - 14,236± deeded, 1,040 BLM and 1,280 State of Montana acres. ~ Terrain - Open native range with scattered pines on the hillsides and in draws. ~ Improvements - Extensive road system, livestock working facilities, and perimeter and cross fencing. ~ Capacity – Currently 350-400 pairs grazing through the grazing season. ~ Potential - 20-25% more capacity with some fencing and water development. ~ Wind Lease Income - $175,000K to $225,000K over 25-year lease. ~ Recreational Attributes - Excellent elk, mule deer, pronghorn antelope, and upland bird hunting. ~ Unique Features - Expansive mountain views on the northern, southern and western horizons. Very secluded and private location. ~ Summary – This ranch offers diverse income potential and exceptional hunting in the perfect Montana location.
$1,000,000  •  1,280 acres
The C/N Ranch – Hiller Unit is a grazing ranch loaded with wildlife. It is scenic, well-watered and well improved. It is also well located, just nine miles from a U.S. highway and 15 miles from the town of Ryegate. Two larger towns are within 60 minutes and Montana’s largest city, Billings an hour and a half drive. Currently operated as a part of a larger ranch, the Hiller Unit is estimated to graze 100 pair of cattle on a total of 1,920± acres, comprised of 1,280± deeded acres, including 240± dryland, tillable acres currently in grass, plus 640± state leased acres. The ranch is fully improved, including a 4,774 square foot modern home, with five bedrooms and three and one-half bathrooms, and high-speed internet. The corrals are new. There are eight pastures. The ranch is exceptionally scenic, with a variety of landscapes – rolling hills, rock formations, timbered draws—providing protection for cattle and wildlife. There are gorgeous views of the Crazy and Beartooth Mountain ranges. Wildlife is ever-present, especially upland birds, mule deer, antelope and migrating elk. The Facts: ~ 1,920± total acres ~ 1,280± deeded acres ~ 240± dryland tillable cars, currently in grass ~ 640± state leased acres ~ 100 animal units for the eight-month grazing season ~ 15 miles southwest of Ryegate ~ 90 minutes to Billings ~ 4,774 square foot modern home, with 5-bedrooms, 3 ½-bathrooms ~ A new set of corrals ~ 8 pastures ~ Deer, antelope, upland birds, migrating elk ~ Views of two mountain ranges
$2,800,000  •  3,151 acres
The C/N Ranch – EPlace Unit is a highly productive, working cattle ranch loaded with wildlife. It is scenic, well-watered and well improved. It is also well located, just nine miles from a U.S. highway and 15 miles from the town of Ryegate. Two larger towns are within 60 minutes, and Montana’s largest city of Billings is an hour and a half drive. Currently operated as a part of a larger ranch, the EPlace is estimated to support 160 animal units year-round on 3,151± deeded acres. There are 1,000± dryland tillable acres, including 500± acres currently in alfalfa-grass hay. The ranch is fully improved, including a 3,000 square foot extensively remodeled historic home, with six bedrooms, two bathrooms, and high-speed internet. The corrals are new and state of the art. There are one and a half miles of live creek, perimeter fencing and cross-fencing with multiple water sources. Its 12 pastures would lend themselves especially well to single-sire pastures and a purebred operation. The ranch is exceptionally scenic, with a variety of landscapes – rolling hills, cliffs, rock formations, hoodoos. The terrain ranges from undulating flats to rolling breaks with a sprinkling of pine and cedar trees, providing protection for cattle and wildlife. There are gorgeous views of several mountain ranges -- the Crazy, Belts, Snowy, and Beartooth Mountain ranges. Wildlife is ever-present, especially upland birds and mule deer, antelope and migrating elk. The Facts: ~ 3,151± deeded ~ 1,000± acres of dryland tillable acres, including 500± acres in alfalfa-grass hay ~ 160 animal units year-round ~ 15 miles southwest of Ryegate ~ 1 ½ hours to Billings ~ 3,000 square foot, 6-bedroom, 2-bath extensively remodeled historic home ~ A new and state of the art set of corrals ~ 1 1/2 miles of live creek, perimeter fencing and cross-fencing with multiple water sources, ~ 12 pastures ~ Deer, antelope, upland birds, migrating elk ~ Views of four mountain ranges ~ Equipment and hay also available
$14,500,000  •  3,650 acres
Rosewood Avalon is a beautiful quail plantation consisting of 3,650± acres in Jefferson County, Florida in the southern portion of the Red Hills region and in a neighborhood of other high-quality plantations such as Turkey Scratch, Oak Hill, El Destino, and Pinewoods. Rosewood Avalon is a beloved portion of the much larger 30,000+ acre Avalon Plantation and has been managed for wildlife, notably quail, but offers excellent deer and turkey hunting opportunities along Branch Mill Creek. The quail courses meander through stands of gorgeous old pines and along beautifully rolling topography. The current owner has been one of our country’s most dedicated conservationists, and Rosewood Avalon has been the beneficiary of his passion for land in how well it has been cared for over the years. The Facts: ~ 3650± acre Red Hills quail plantation in Jefferson County, Florida ~ Beautiful, mature timbered quail courses and gorgeous rolling hills ~ One of the beloved holdings of the 30,000+ acre Avalon Plantation ~ Located at US 19 and HWY 27 south of Monticello in an exclusive neighborhood of other plantations including Turkey Scratch, El Destino, Oak Hill, and Pinewoods ~ Northern gate less than 2 miles to I-10, 8 minutes to Monticello, 30 minutes to Thomasville, and approx.. 20 minutes to the east side of Tallahassee ~ Well managed timber program with strong timber value ~ Branch Mill Creek flows through the property providing excellent habitat for deer and turkey ~ Exceptional stands of hardwoods ~ Great location for accessing recreational opportunities along the Big Bend of Florida with nearby Aucilla and Wacissa Rivers within minutes and the Gulf less than an hour from Rosewood ~ 2.5± miles of frontage on HWY 27/19, approx. 2 miles on US 19, and 5.5± miles on WPA Road ~ Historic records for Rosewood Plantation date back to Burnwell McBride who moved to Florida from South Carolina in the 1830s. The land was eventually in the hands of his granddaughter and her husband, Asa May, considered one of the wealthiest planters in north Florida during his time.
$19,950,000  •  6,599.05 acres
Located six miles southeast of Ten Sleep, the Red Reflet Ranch can only be described as one of the most complete diversified recreational ranches that we have had the honor of representing. It operates on over 28,500 acres, which consist of a series of large deeded tracts (nearly 6,600 acres) with critical resources tied together with thousands of acres of public lands on which the ranch has grazing privileges. The lower end of the ranch adjacent to the paved highway from Ten Sleep contains the 5,000 foot paved and lighted airstrip, fuel depot, hangar and two houses for staff or pilots. The heart of the ranch includes the lodge and guest facilities, 580± acres of productive irrigated meadows, and a complete set of operating improvements and staff housing to support both a 500 animal unit cattle operation and a highly successful and profitable guest ranch. The ranch also includes stables and an indoor arena that support both the guest ranch and an equine training operation. The ranch rises from there to the very top of the Bighorn Mountains - an elevation change of approximately 3,800 feet. The ranch owns thousands of acres of deeded lands on top of the mountains that support summer grazing for the cattle operation as well as a location for a comfortable off the grid cabin for the use of the ranch guests. While the current owners do not offer hunting as part of the guest ranch experience, these lands offer extensive private hunting opportunities for deer and elk for the current owner and their friends. In summary Red Reflet currently offers a viable livestock operation and a profitable guest ranch business. It is important to note, however, that the facilities were designed to equally accommodate a family or corporate retreat as they include multiple free-standing homes and a magnificent lodge with an impressive owner’s suite on the top floor. The Facts: ~ Location: Six miles southeast of Ten Sleep. ~ Acreage: 28,667± with 6,600± deeded. ~ Acreage Breakdown: 580± irrigated, balance native range and building sites. ~ Improvements: Extensive - magnificent lodge, four guest houses, mountain cabin, six staff homes, bunkhouse, shop, stables, indoor and outdoor arenas, gym, pool, lighted tennis court. ~ Operation: Profitable commercial guest ranch plus 500 AU cattle operation currently leased to neighbors. ~ Wildlife: Also extensive - including significant deer, elk and antelope populations – outstanding hunting. ~ Water: Water rights in Spring Creek plus nine artesian wells, two of which flow 900 GPM and two flow 600 GPM. The smallest flows 80 GPM. Amongst the most dependable water in Wyoming. ~ Terrain: From sagebrush range to irrigated meadows to spectacular red canyons and foothills to rolling grassland on top of the Bighorns which is interspersed with groves of aspen and timber. ~ Summary: An incredibly diverse recreational retreat ranch with near 3,800 feet of elevation change. Extensive and beautifully executed improvements operating profitably with guests and cattle.
$96,000,000  •  50,658 acres
A truly expansive holding set amongst a community of large and famous ranches, Dawson Elk Valley Ranch is comprised of 50,658± deeded and contiguous acres. The ranch is located in beautiful Colfax County where it rises from the most western reaches of the Great Plains to the front range of the rugged Cimarron Mountains. This region’s wildlife habitat and elk herds are of great renown and best exemplified by this property and its unmatched size and location. The lifeblood of the ranch is the Vermejo River, which bisects the property for 11 miles. Numerous canyons, tributary creeks, and lush valleys feed into the river – all converging at the heart of the ranch. The lowest elevations along Highway 64 are found at the bottom of the river valley at approximately 6,150’. The elevation rises as the property climbs through a series of valleys and ridgetops, achieving 2,000’ of elevation gain at the backdrop of Ted Turner’s 560,000± acre Vermejo Park Ranch, which is famous for many of the same features offered at Dawson Elk Valley. The mountainous and timbered northern reaches of the ranch, locally known as the Sangre de Cristos, yield to mesas and valleys which in turn, give way to the river valley and lower prairies. Such a combination of diverse habitat types clearly supports a rich biome and diversity of game. The ranch is located within New Mexico Game Unit 55A, a newly designated “Special Management Zone.” This Special Management Zone occupies an area of quality elk habitat that is largely held by private landowners. As such, private land elk authorizations are now allocated through a negotiation between the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish and ranch managers. Because of its flourishing resident elk herd, the ranch has been able to obtain all of the authorizations it has needed – though ownership has conservatively hunted the ranch. Large numbers of mule deer, black bear, coyote, bobcats, mountain lion, Merriam’s turkey, and the occasional white-tailed deer reside on the property. Offered with the ranch is a 50% interest in the privately held York Canyon Branch rail line. The line traverses nearly 37 miles from I-25 just west of the community of Maxwell, passing though the ranch for 11 miles, and terminating in the Vermejo Park Ranch. It is a rare opportunity for such a unique asset to be on the market within a ranch offering of this quality. Dawson Elk Valley Ranch is rich in history, ecological and physical assets, and diversity of game and habitat. The Facts: ~ Approximately 50,039± contiguous acres in Colfax County, NM. ~ Adjoins the 560,000± acre Vermejo Park Ranch ~ 15 miles to Raton Airport offering a 7,620’ runway and full services ~ Vermejo River descends through the ranch for 11 miles ~ World-class elk hunting ~ 50% interest in 36.9 mile York Canyon Branch rail line ~ 50% of seller’s owned minerals and 100% of executive rights convey. ~ All owned water rights convey. ~ Estimated 110 million tons of high BTU low-sulfur coal reserves convey
$6,750,000  •  14,408 acres
Approximately 18 percent of land in the State of Arizona is privately held; deeded land is scarce and simply not as plentiful as in other western states due to the high percentage of government-owned land. A ranch the size of Bar Boot, offering 14,408± contiguous, deeded acres and including a combined total of 25,515± acres of leased land being presented to the market, is an absolute rarity. Located 21 miles north of Douglas and two hours southeast of Tucson, in the vast Turkey Creek watershed. The ranch is ideally situated on the east side of the Swisshelm Mountains and on the west side of the Chiricahua Mountains, and also adjacent to the Coronado National Forest and Chiricahua Wilderness Area. The ranch has been expertly managed and the water resources have been extensively developed throughout the ranch. Including, thousands of gabions, hundreds of dirt tanks, strategically located water catchments, numerous ponds and several small lakes. The property possesses tremendous biodiversity ranging from Orvis endorsed quail habitat, extensive creek bottom, diverse topography, plentiful wildlife habitat, prolific rock outcroppings, six different soil types, a variety of grasses, and situated between two mountain ranges featuring multiple steep gradient drainages that directly feed the lower elevation bottom land. The land is characterized by a variety of oak species, old growth cottonwoods, sycamore, juniper, pinon pines, cholla and yucca cactus. Set in a dramatically scenic landscape, featuring panoramic long distance views, the land is extremely well protected, ideally located in its own sheltered and protected valley, ensuring the utmost privacy and seclusion. In 2008, Ms. Valer Clark, received a conservation management award; the “Conservationist of the Year” from the Arizona Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, and the 2008 National Wetlands Award for landowner stewardship. Her restorative habitat work is recognized around the globe. The owner has worked tirelessly, installing thousands of gabion/rock structures to promote water retention, prevent erosion and increase soil levels. Bar Boot Ranch is an example of her lifelong passion, work ethic and stewardship. Offered in cooperation with Marty Ryan of First United Realty. The Facts: ~14,408± deeded acres ~ Located in Cochise County, Arizona approximately 2 hours southeast of Tucson ~ Douglas, Arizona is 21 miles south and the small town of Elfrida is 13 miles northwest ~ Bar Boot grazing allotment is 11,002± leased acres and contiguous to Bar Boot Ranch ~ Turkey Creek grazing allotment is 13,449 leased acres (non-contiguous to Bar Boot Ranch) ~ 640± acres of State grazing lease ~ 424± acres of BLM grazing allotment ~ 14 water wells ~ Adjacent to Coronado National Forest ~ Adjacent to Chiricahua Wilderness Area ~ Three ranch homes and large shop/storage building ~ Livestock corrals, sorting pens and handling facilities ~ Leslie Canyon County Road splits the ranch, north to south ~ Private and secluded, located in a large basin bordered by the Swisshelm and Chiricahua Mountains ~ 4,800 to 6,300 feet ~ Up to 18 inches of annual precipitation ~ Protected by Conservation Easement held by US Fish and Wildlife Service ~ Located within the Leslie Canyon National Wildlife Refuge ~ The ranch has historically supported 650 head according to US Fish and Wildlife
$750,000  •  60 acres
Weber Butte offers 60± acres adjacent to the exclusive Stock Farm Club near Hamilton, Montana. This gently sloping, three tract parcel embodies everything someone could hope for in their piece of Montana. The combination of extreme privacy, views of the iconic Bitterroot Mountain range, and unique geology put this ground in a class all by itself. Situated in the foothills of the Bitterroot Mountain range, rare is a find like this so easily accessed year-round by a well maintained, private road. Located a mere 10 minutes from Hamilton or for those traveling from further afield, an hour and 15-minute drive from Missoula's full service, International Airport. Build your dream home on 60± acres or develop the three individual lots to suit. The Facts: ~ 60± acres in three, 20-acre lots ~ Gently sloping and varied topography ~ Unique geologic formations offering multiple trophy home sites ~ Easy access to all three lots from a well-maintained private road ~ Native ponderosa savanna ecosystem ~ Partial perimeter fencing ~ Elk, whitetail deer, turkey and a variety of non-game species frequent the property
$1,250,000  •  450.23 acres
Cloudland Brow is a 450± acre mountain retreat with an entire mile of exceptional brow frontage located on Lookout Mountain in North Georgia. Part of Chattooga County, Cloudland Brow rests two miles from the Georgia-Alabama state line. The property consists primarily of hardwood forests with a very gentle and relatively flat topography along the eastern brow. Moving west into the property, you experience a change in elevation that dips down to a mountain creek and eventually leads to a stunning waterfall. The brow views are unprecedented and offer a spectacular pastoral view of north Georgia and gorgeous sunrises. This brow frontage makes Cloudland Brow an attractive location for development into a multi-home community and would be a world-class estate for an individual family. With plenty of onsite outdoor recreational opportunities plus nearby access to all sorts of outdoor venues, Cloudland Brow will engage any family looking for some quality outdoor time. Cloudland Brow is only 10 minutes from Mentone, AL, 40 minutes from Rome, 1 hour from Chattanooga, and 1 hour and 45 minutes from Atlanta.
$19,500,000  •  1,114 acres
Located only 5 miles from Steamboat Springs, the historic 1,114± acre Hogue Ranch features a compelling combination of water, location, and future potential. Known for its excellent private trout fishing, the ranch owns 1.5± miles of both sides of the Yampa River, plus another .85± mile of multiple side channels. The resulting amount of water gives the ranch one of the longest stretches of river in the Yampa Valley. It is also one of the best for angling, with a variety of riffles, pools, runs and confluences that consistently produce healthy trout. Senior water rights dating back to 1892 supply irrigated hay meadows, which are complemented by expansive alfalfa fields. The cottonwood-lined river corridor and production areas attract a variety of wildlife including waterfowl, raptors, elk and deer. Rising up on both sides of the river, the upper elevations of the ranch provide panoramic views of the valley, Steamboat Ski Area and surrounding mountains. The property currently benefits from multiple streams of revenue derived from the agricultural operation, leased commercial gravel pits, fishing lease, sporting clays, and ranges for shooting and golf. Existing improvements include three modest homes and associated agricultural buildings, storage sheds and barns. Exceptionally well-located, the ranch is only 5-10 minutes from all the amenities of Steamboat, and less than 20 minutes from the commercial airport. Owned and operated by the same family for more than 100 years, the Hogue Ranch has been designated by the state as a “Centennial Ranch.” It is a rarity to find an intact river ranch of this size that is so close to a major ski resort town, especially one that does not already have a conservation easement. Furthermore, the Hogue Ranch is situated at the western gateway to Steamboat Springs, along Highway 40, which connects Steamboat to the regional airport. Driving up the valley from the airport to town, the ranch is the last large undeveloped property before entering the developed areas around Steamboat. The Hogue Ranch is both an outstanding recreational ranch ready for immediate enjoyment, and an investment asset with multiple revenue sources and future opportunities ranging from various development scenarios to a landmark conservation easement.
$29,800,000  •  12,350 acres
Beartooth Ranch is one of Montana’s reputation ranches known and respected throughout Montana’s ranching community. Currently owned by the founder of Montana Silversmiths and previously owned by actor and director Mel Gibson, the ranch has had a grand history as one of the state’s largest purebred Angus operations under Mel Gibson and previously as one of the earliest adopters of embryo transplants in the purebred industry. Always known as the “Beartooth Ranch”, this 1,000 animal unit operating ranch consists of over 12,350 deeded acres and 1,000± acres of lease situated in the heart of the Stillwater River Valley just five miles southwest of Columbus. The center of the ranch lies in the valley floor and consists of hundreds of acres of productive irrigated meadows and four miles of protected riparian corridor along the Stillwater River punctuated by multiple small spring creeks that provide open water year-round. Adjacent to this rich central corridor, the ranch runs up through the breaks and pine foothills on both sides of the valley to offer huge expanses of lush, well-watered summer pastures and hundreds of acres of improved pastures. The wildlife and fisheries on this diverse ranch are extraordinary beginning with nearly four miles of “Blue Ribbon” quality trout fishing and moving to huge populations of mule and whitetail deer plus very good and improving elk numbers. Pheasants, waterfowl and upland birds are at home here as well and their numbers are only limited by judicious seeding of grain crops and predator control. Improvements include two comfortable homes, indoor riding arena, and complete shops, barns and other operating facilities – ideally set up for a 1,000 AU operation. In summary, this is a virtually all-deeded contiguous operating ranch in a prime location looking up at the dramatic Beartooth Mountains – Montana’s highest – offering, in addition, a complete package of recreational amenities from big game and birds to a quality fishery. The Facts: ~ Location – Five miles southwest of Columbus and 45 miles from Billings. ~ Acreage – Approximately 12,350 deeded acres plus 1000± acres of leases (primarily State and BLM). ~ Acreage Breakdown – Currently estimating over 400 acres of irrigated land. Balance is native range with large areas of improved pastures that are normally cut for hay. ~ Improvements – Two comfortable homes plus extensive shops, barns and small indoor arena originally set up for a purebred operation. ~ General Operation – This is a well-balanced operating ranch estimated to support around 1,000 animal units. Currently, the owner leases out the various components of the ranch. ~ Wildlife – Because of its lower elevation, Beartooth offers a diverse selection of wildlife from huntable populations of elk, deer, waterfowl, pheasants, and other upland birds to smaller mammals, raptors and extensive birdlife. ~ Fishery - It is unusual to have both trophy quality elk and trophy quality trout on the same contiguous ranch. With nearly four miles of both sides of the Stillwater, Beartooth Ranch can make that claim. ~ Conservation Easements – Less than 17 percent of the ranch is encumbered by a conservation easement. The balance of the ranch would be a major candidate for a conservation easement. ~ Summary – A balanced and well-located historic 1,000 head working ranch with a complete set of recreational and scenic amenities.
$6,450,000  •  6,365 acres
The historic Duck Bar Ranch consists of 7,005± acres located 35 miles southwest of Valentine in the heart of the Nebraska Sandhills. The ranch is all contiguous, supporting sub-irrigated meadows and rolling Sandhills with Gordon Creek meandering over six- miles through the property. Duck Bar Ranch is a solid year-round cow-calf operation with many recent updates to buildings, corrals, fences, and water resources. Recreational and hunting opportunities are abounding on the ranch and surrounding area. The current owners rate the ranch as a comfortable 400 cow-calf year-round operation with all the supporting livestock. The Facts: ~ Sandhills Ranch ~ 7,005± acres ~ Over 800± acres of sub-irrigated meadows ~ Over 6 miles of Gordon Creek ~ All contiguous ranch ~ Estimated to carry 400 cows with all supporting livestock ~ Excellent improvements and fences ~ Additional hunting and Airbnb income ~ Top-notch water resources ~ Abundant big game and birds ~ Trophy class deer ~ 18 fenced pasture ~ Blacktop road access ~ Ranch located in the heart of Nebraska’s best outdoors ~ Located near Merritt Reservoir, McKelvie National Forest, Valentine National Wildlife Refuge, Prairie Club Golf Resort ~ Gordon Creek surface water permit ~ High-capacity groundwater irrigation permit ~ Within minutes of one of the Nation’s best cattle sale barns
$1,850,000  •  200 acres
This rare opportunity for private country living on 200± spectacular acres is located just 10 miles from the outskirts of San Angelo and 20 minutes from downtown. The X-Mile Ranch House has been meticulously maintained by the same family for over 40 years and is being offered separately and in combination with the main X-Mile Ranch property. From a shared access gate on State Highway 208, an all-weather road leads to the improvement site featuring a stunning 5,000± square foot rock home with the best finishes, lighting, custom fireplaces, custom bathroom and kitchen tile, Saltillo tile floors, high ceilings, outdoor kitchen, covered porches, and thoughtfully designed landscaping. Complimenting the residence are a custom rock barn and rock horse facility with a lighted arena.
$1,675,000  •  526 acres
The 71 Ranch Hysham Farm represents an opportunity to make an entry-level investment in a producing farm in Montana’s well-regarded Yellowstone River Valley. Alternatively, it offers a reasonably priced add-on to an existing farm operation. The farm contains 526± acres with over 461 under pivot and flood irrigation. This is high producing irrigated land in one of the longest growing season areas of the state. It is easily accessed from Interstate 94 on good graveled county roads. It is also convenient to Hysham (2 miles) and Forsyth (19 miles). The only improvements are the irrigation systems, so one is not paying for nonproductive improvements. The Hysham Irrigation Canal runs adjacent to the fields and provides water from the Yellowstone River, which is considered one of the most dependable sources of water in the state. It is an area well populated by successful farm operators who would be potential tenants for an absentee owner/investor The Facts: ~ Location: 2 miles southeast of Hysham. ~ Acreage: 526± contiguous deeded acres. ~ Acreage Breakdown: 247± acres pivot Irrigation, 214± acres flood irrigation, 65± acres range ~ Improvements: None ~ Operation: Your choice of irrigated crops including alfalfa, malt barley, wheat, corn, sugar beets. ~ Water: Hysham Irrigation Canal out of the Yellowstone River. ~ Summary: Highly productive irrigated farm in 130 plus day growing season area of Yellowstone River Valley with easy access to markets just off I-94. No unnecessary improvements.
$8,000,000  •  18,825.81 acres
The Chinati Ranch derives its name from the Apache word ch'íná'itíh which translates into gate or mountain pass. The ranch is 11,825± deeded acres and 1,940± acres of surface lease for a total of 13,714± acres all in Presidio County. It is entirely Chihuahuan Desert and meanders roughly 11+ miles along the Rio Grande River in the foothills of the Chinati Mountain Range. The ranch is 26 miles from Presidio, TX and the same distance to Ojinaga, Mexico. Dining, services and an FBO are available 56 miles away in the iconic cowboy and cultural oasis of Marfa. Commercial air travel is available via the El Paso International airport 225 miles to the northwest. Chinati, TX is an unincorporated ghost town that began as a Mexican mining village with cotton and vegetable farming along the river. A post office was established in 1922 and stopped operation in 1939. There are remnants of a church and adobe buildings still found on site. The views are absolutely stunning with fantastic rock formations on both sides of the border. The ranch has varied terrain from flats, ocotillo forest, riparian river bottom, rock formations, cliffs and canyons, all culminating into an aesthetically attractive property. There are two solar pumps and associated drinkers to provide the wildlife water year-round. There is a healthy mule deer population on the property along with aoudad, javelina and the occasional mountain lion. Blue and Gambel’s quail are also permanent residents. Far removed from a fast-paced world, Chinati Ranch is a blank canvas where recreational opportunities abound in the unique Chihuahuan Desert ecosystem of Far West Texas. The Facts: ~ 11,825± deeded acres and 13,714± acres with state leased land ~ 4,005± acres of mineral classified land ~ 21 miles from Presidio, 60 miles from Marfa, and 30 miles from Big Bend State Park ~ FM 170 paved access ~ Two water wells with solar pumps and three drinkers ~ 11 meandering miles of Rio Grande River frontage ~ Recreational playground: hunting, rock climbing, fishing, 4x4 crawling, mountain biking, game viewing ~ Wildlife includes mule deer, aoudad, quail, ~ Electricity
$18,500,000  •  10,900 acres
Situated in the picturesque Glass Mountains of West Texas, this showcase 10,900± acre ranch encompasses recreational and agricultural resources all in one package. The BOSS Ranch is unparalleled among west Texas ranches with its combination of diverse landscapes, highly developed water resources, exceptional wildlife, and grazing lands all with frontage along Highway 385. The property is a simple 7.2 mile drive to the quaint town of Marathon, home to the historic Gage Hotel, White Buffalo Bar, and 12 Gage Restaurant. There is a convenient FBO located 30 miles away in Alpine and commercial flights available 163 miles away in Midland. The ranch climbs over 1,600’ from the flatlands at the entrance to the 5,839’ peak of Leonard Mountain. Multiple locations over 5,500’ are found across the northern portion of the property and look down to the lowland flats towards the center of the ranch. Improvements on the ranch are simple and low maintenance, yet highly functional. They consist of two residences, a modest hunting lodge, workshop, support buildings, and three sets of cattle pens. Diversity of terrain and the extensive water system combine to support the cattle herd as well as resident wildlife herds. The ranch has an exceptional mule deer population, bountiful elk, and herds of aoudad are found throughout the property. Other species include javelina, and the occasional whitetail and pronghorn antelope. Big-game hunting is outstanding and generates a significant revenue stream for the current owner. The owner has historically run 200 animal units to promote resident wildlife, but believes the ranch could support a higher number if desired. The BOSS Ranch is a gem of a property with a superior water system, extraordinary wildlife, fantastic grazing, and simple yet highly functional improvements in a gorgeous West Texas setting. The ranch has significant state classified minerals and a portion of the fee minerals are available with an acceptable offer. The Facts: ~ 10,900± deeded acres ~ Highway 385 frontage ~ 1,608’ of elevation change, with the highest point at 5,839’ ~ Extraordinary wildlife: mule deer, elk, aoudad, whitetail, javelina, occasional whitetail deer or pronghorn, and game birds ~ Four solar booster pumps ~ Five solar water wells ~ Nine water storage tanks ~ Numerous dirt tanks ~ 30+ drinkers ~ 16+ miles of piped water throughout the ranch ~ 15 pastures for rotational grazing ~ Three sets of cattle pens throughout the ranch ~ Improvements include: Main home, Manager’s home, Hunter’s cabin, steel frame barn, feed storage barn, bulk overhead feed storage hoppers ~ Recreational playground: Hunting, hiking, artifact hunting, wildlife viewing, sporting and 4X4 opportunities
$13,000,000  •  1,511 acres
Cleremont Farm spans 1,511± historic, productive acres on Trappe Rd, just north of the town of Upperville. Only 60 miles west of Washington, D.C., Cleremont sits a world apart in the heart of Virginia’s highly sought-after Hunt Country. The western boundary of the property lies on the slopes of the Blue Ridge Mountains while the majority of the acreage unfolds eastward over a scenic mixture of rolling pastures and woods. Spread throughout this well-improved farm are two manor houses, a guest cottage, three tenant houses, a 14-stall horse barn, and numerous farm buildings and structures. Cleremont is comprised of three contiguous farms – Cleremont (410± acres), Bellefields (422± acres), and Ross (679± acres) – assembled over the past sixty years under the current ownership. The assemblage is the culmination of remarkable foresight, with each farm contributing different elements of mountains, open pasture, and hardwood forest. The result is an unusually complete offering that neatly balances an income producing cattle operation with extensive recreational opportunities. The versatility of the land and meticulous management have laid the groundwork for future owners, whether they choose to enjoy the farm in its current exceptional form or implement a new vision of their own. The Facts: ~ 1,511± acres ~ Located outside of Upperville, Virginia, a highly sought-after area and renowned equestrian community ~ Two manor houses (one of them c. 1820 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places), patent house (c. 1761, now a guest cottage), three tenant houses ~ 14-stall horse barn, significant equestrian potential ~ Income producing cattle operation, farm currently supports 200 cow/calf units along with 80 yearling stockers and 10 bulls ~ 450± acres of pastureland, comprised of 33 individually fenced pastures, each with one or more automatic waterers ~ 2 miles of interior roads, plus miles of riding and hiking trails ~ 3 ponds ~ 0.9 miles of the Jefferies Branch (both sides of the creek) ~ Excellent hunting, with substantial opportunities to further develop wildlife habitat ~ 20 minutes to Middleburg, VA ~ 70 minutes to Washington, D.C. ~ 45 minutes to Dulles International Airport ~ 35 minutes to Leesburg Executive Airport and Winchester Regional Airport (both of which have 5500 ft runways suitable for private jets) ~ Annual property taxes are approximately $24,000 ~ Property is under conservation easement, as are many of the neighboring properties, ensuring the rural and scenic qualities of the area are protected in perpetuity
$4,100,000  •  5,500 acres
Description: Seymour Farm, consisting of 5,500± deeded acres, is a productive dryland farm located in Lincoln and Kiowa County, Colorado. The farm is located 70 miles east of Colorado Springs on the fertile eastern plains, known for its dryland farm production. The topography is slightly rolling to mostly flat. The farm has nice improvements featuring a beautiful newer brick home. Four tracts make up the Seymour Farm and the owner will entertain offers on individual parcels. The views are expansive including Pike’s Peak, which can be seen to the west. The farm will sell with all personal property needed to operate the farm. The Facts: ~Dry farm ~5,500± total deeded acres ~4,500± dryland farm acres ~1,000± grassland acres ~Newer 3,200± square foot brick home w/two car garage ~150’X82’ steel building ~All equipment included with sale ~1,100± acres growing wheat crop included to May 1, 2020 ~Two submersible electric wells ~Corrals and cattle lot ~Views of Pike’s Peak ~School at Karval
$3,750,000  •  358 acres
Description: The Prairie Dog Creek Ranch lies about 13 miles south of Sheridan along the banks of its namesake creek. The 358± acres (238± deeded) offers a complete livestock operation, with a practical and comfortable headquarters complex and a nice balance of irrigated grass hay meadows and well sodded native pasture. The highest elevations of the ranch are on the south end topped with rocky outcroppings and grass plateaus that slope down to Prairie Dog Creek across brush filled draws and over lush irrigated hay fields. Anchoring the operation is a newly constructed owners’ residence that is extremely comfortable and perfectly suited for the ranch. Additionally, the property offers a large insulated equipment shop, an indoor arena, a livestock barn, and multiple sheds. The ranch is well suited for equine activities as there are seven sizable grass paddocks with water and four of them contain loafing sheds for protection from the elements. In summary, the Prairie Dog Creek Ranch represents a complete fully-improved small ranch within a short, paved drive of one of Wyoming’s most sought after small cities. The Facts: ~Location: 13 miles south of Sheridan. ~Acreage: 358± total acres, 238± deeded ~Irrigation: 70± irrigated acres ~Improvements: Beautifully built new ranch home, excellent shop, and outbuildings plus 112’ by 225’ indoor arena with roping chutes and pens. ~Aesthetic Features: Very private with expansive Big Horn Mountain views ~Conservation Easements: Unencumbered by conservation easement ~Operation: Currently a purebred Red Angus operation with huge potential for use as an equestrian property. ~Summary: An idyllic small operating ranch minutes from Sheridan.
$3,776,000  •  639 acres
Description: Pooles Creek Ranch is situated in central Madison County just north of Madisonville, TX. The ranch is set up for a combination of cattle ranching, hunting, and recreational uses and is also suitable as an investment property. The property is comprised of approximately 70 percent pasture and 30 percent wooded with an excellent mix of mature hardwoods, younger brush and tree studded pastures. The productive sandy loam pastures are predominately Bahia and common Bermuda, and provide excellent grazing for livestock. The meadows are spaced and surrounded to maximize serenity and edge habitat over much of the ranch. One 92± acre pasture is typically cultivated and grazed for winter annuals such as wheat or ryegrass. The perimeter and cross fencing of the ranch is in good condition, with sections constructed in the last few years. Elevations range from a high of 326 feet near the front gate and gently falls to a low of 276 feet in the Pooles Creek bottom where it exits the property in the southeast corner. The relatively shallow upland channel of Pooles Creek meanders through the property for approximately one mile. Pooles Creek appears to have intermittent springs charging it during wetter periods throughout the year and is a haven for wildlife. The ranch enjoys frontage on the Interstate 45 feeder road between the Highway 21 and Highway 75 exits, both offering easy access to north and south bound traffic. The frontage is serviced by a two-way traffic road and there is a small amount of frontage on the northern end along FM 3091. Road noise is surprisingly absent once into the interior of the property, offering the combined benefit of location and privacy. The ranch is centrally located approximately 85 miles north of The Hardy Toll Road in north Houston, or 132 miles south of Dallas at I-20. The only Buccee’s on Interstate 45 is in Madisonville at the Highway 21 exit. The nearby Madison County Airport offers Jet-A fuel availability and 3,200 feet of runway. Pooles Creek Ranch is an easy to enjoy ranch property in the path of progress. The location assures stability of your investment, but the ranch is private and easy to enjoy with family, friends, and a nice set of cows. The Facts: ~ 640± acres more or less. ~ Located just 2.5 miles north of Madisonville, Texas ~ Scattered upland pastures ~ Woodland areas and corridors along Pooles Creek ~ Approximately one mile of frontage along I-45 service road (two-way) ~ Approximately 450’ frontage along FM 3091 (Concord Road) ~Pooles Creek traverses the ranch for approximately one mile ~ Elevations range from 326 feet to 270 feet above median sea level ~ Fenced and cross fenced ~ Six ponds ~ Several beautiful potential homesites
$5,750,000  •  2,656 acres
This 2,656± deeded acre mountain ranch is set up great for summer and fall grazing seasons. The property features good big game hunting, extensive water, and grazing land. The western portion of the ranch is open with rolling irrigated meadows, pockets of aspen, oak brush, mountain mahogany and other trees. The eastern part of the ranch has higher elevations with mostly aspen trees and varying colorful brush species. The ranch also borders extensive BLM including access to Red Mountain. Perimeter and cross-fencing allows for efficient rotational grazing on six pastures. The property is currently not used for hay production, but pastures are flood irrigated for improved grass. A small, modest set of working facilities are located on the ranch for load in and load out operations. Traditionally the grazing tenant has 250-300 pairs on the ranch with as many as 500-600 during peak grazing times. The property is well-watered for cattle. Little Creek, Grove Creek, Negro Creek, and Spring Creek flow through the ranch. Wildlife habitat on the ranch and in the adjacent BLM is very good. Elk and deer frequent the ranch as sanctuary from public land hunters and to graze on the lush pastures. Modest improvements on the property include an owner’s home, a couple of rental units, and agricultural outbuildings. Located just a few minutes southeast of Collbran, the property is easily accessed off a paved road. The ranch is approximately 30 minutes from the Powderhorn Mountain Resort, 45 miles to the airport in Grand Junction, and an hour and a half to Glenwood Springs. The Facts: ~ 2,656± acres of varying mountain terrain and open pastures ~ Great cattle ranch with six pastures for rotational grazing ~ Good habitat and food sources for big game ~ Over-the-counter elk unit and preference point deer unit ~ Spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and the Plateau Valley ~ Located near the recreational paradise of Grand Mesa, one of the largest flat-topped mountains in the world ~ Income from cattle grazing lease and rental units ~ Conservation Easement ~ Mineral Rights are being retained by the seller
$6,500,000  •  3,166 acres
This recreational and hay production gem is located just outside the quaint mountain town of Collbran, Colorado. Bordering 12,000± acres of public lands, the Hawxhurst Ranch consists of 3,166± deeded acres including a 120± acre BLM inholding. Hawxhurst Creek and Buzzard Creek both meander through the property. The varied topography consists of tree-covered hills, lush hay meadows, and wooded draws. The habitat is perfect to draw in and hold varying big game species such as elk, mule deer, turkey, moose, and black bear. Water rights are significant and ample for production. Approximately 600 acres of irrigated hay meadows produce about 450 tons of hay annually. The main improvements on the ranch include a main lodge and guest house, and a pond perfect for stocking your own private fishery! In addition, there are three other homes on the property for a ranch manager as well as rental properties, numerous agricultural outbuildings and a few historic buildings. The property is easily accessed only a couple of miles northeast from town on Buzzard Creek Road. The ranch is approximately 30 minutes from the Powderhorn Mountain Resort, 45 miles to the airport in Grand Junction, and an hour and a half to Glenwood Springs. The Facts: ~ 3,166± acres of varying topography ~ Elevations range from 6,100 feet to 7,600 feet against the BLM ~ Prime big game habitat and food sources ~ Over the counter elk unit and preference point deer unit ~ 600± acres of side-roll and flood irrigated hay meadows ~ Income from hunting opportunity, rental house and hay production ~ Conservation Easement on 1,675 acres which allows ranching and recreation ~ Mineral Rights are being retained by the seller
$3,750,000  •  212 acres
Cloverdale Farm is comprised of 212± acres in the heart of the Allegheny Mountains and Bath County’s scenic Cloverdale Valley. The farm is bordered to the west by the George Washington National Forest, which provides immediate access to endless recreational opportunities and thousands of acres of protected lands. The east side of the valley is part of the national forest as well, giving the relatively narrow valley the feel of a protected inholding. The farm is surrounded on three sides by properties in conservation easement, the net result being a very private landholding with fully protected viewsheds. Tucked up against the tree line, at the base of the 3,800 foot Wallace Peak, is a stunning 6,200 square foot house designed by noted Cashiers, NC architect Tim Greene. The thoughtfully sited home commands sweeping views of the valley, yet perfectly complements the scenery by seamlessly blending into the landscape. The four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom house achieves the rare feat of effortlessly adapting to any use and is equally welcoming and comfortable, whether entertaining large groups, hosting friends and family for the weekend, or having a casual fireside dinner in the kitchen. Spacious bedrooms, libraries, and living areas all feature large windows that capture uninterrupted vistas and anchor the house in its surroundings and showcase the real star of the show – the Cloverdale Valley. Cloverdale is home to Cloverfields Equine Retirement Foundation (501c3), a sport and racehorse rescue, retirement and retraining foundation. Equestrian facilities include a beautifully renovated stable, complete with a wash stall, heated tack room, and full bathroom. Adjacent to the stable is a 120’X200’ riding ring and six fully fenced paddocks with run-in sheds. A thorough trail system weaves throughout the farm and its 90± wooded acres, and provides access to a USFS road that leads into thousands of acres of national forest. Rounding out Cloverdale’s recreational opportunities is a 5½ acre pond that provides excellent fishing, swimming, kayaking and countless hours of family recreation in the summer months. It’s estimated that nearly three-quarters of Bath County is comprised of protected public lands, which lends the area a well-deserved reputation as a destination playground for outdoorsmen. The Allegheny Mountains offer endless hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and backpacking, while the surrounding rivers and streams have gained acclaim in recent years as some of the best fly fishing in Virginia. And just 35 minutes from Cloverdale is the renowned Homestead Resort and the charming town of Hot Springs. The Homestead traces its roots to 1766, and the modern resort dates from 1888. Today the resort features two championship golf courses, a ski slope, skeet and sporting clays and numerous other amenities. The reliably agreeable summer weather, unrivaled scenery, access to public lands, and true four-season climate mean there is never a wrong time or place to be outdoors in Bath County. The Facts: ~ 212± scenic, private acres ~ Elevation 2,040 feet ~ Fully protected viewsheds ~ Remarkable, custom-built 6,200 square foot home constructed in 2007 ~ Bordered by George Washington National Forest ~ Equestrian facilities, including stable, riding ring, and flexible paddock layout ~ 5 ½ acre pond ~ Abundant wildlife on the property including deer, turkey, black bear, geese ducks, and eagles ~ Property is under conservation easement, as are the surrounding properties, ensuring the rural and scenic qualities of the area are protected in perpetuity ~ Excellent access to public lands and outdoor pursuits, including hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, and fly fishing ~ 35 minutes to the renowned Homestead Resort, it’s championship golf courses, and the town of Hot Springs ~ 3 hours from Washington DC ~ 2 hours from Richmond, VA ~ 75 minutes from Charlottesville, VA ~ Annual taxes are approximately $7,000
$6,995,000  •  4,840 acres
The Minnechaduza Creek Ranch, including over three and a half miles of creek frontage, consists of 4,848± acres located in Cherry County, Nebraska. The ranch is located 14 miles west of Valentine on Highway 20. The terrain varies from rolling sandhills, fertile creek valley, and hard grass. A pivot, sub-irrigated meadow, and dryland hay ground provide plenty of winter feed and numerous hand-planted shelterbelts provide excellent winter protection. The property also features three homes, indoor arena, outdoor arena, corrals, and barns. Hunting is excellent with the combination of water, trees and creek bottoms. Wildlife include deer, turkeys, upland birds, and waterfowl. This is a very well-balanced ranch with all the amenities needed for a successful operation. The Facts: ~ Located 14 miles west of Valentine in Cherry County, Nebraska ~ 4,848± acres ~ 75± acre pivot ~ 350± acres sub-irrigated meadow ~ 200± acres dryland hay ground ~ 1956 surface water permit for 400gpm on 75 acres ~ Seven submersible wells ~ Three homes ~ Two Quonset buildings ~ Indoor arena ~ Outdoor arena ~ 3.5 miles of Minnechaduza Creek ~ Excellent Wildlife Habitat ~ Great accesses
$2,925,000  •  1,839 acres
The Bear Mountain Ranch presents 1,839± acres of premium recreational property in the heart of the Big Hole drainage directly bordering hundreds of square miles of public lands. With Bear Creek running through the property, the deeded acreage presents classic foothill scenery and character. With expansive private parks, densely timbered slopes and a variety of springs and creeks, the property creates ultra-premium habitat for elk, deer, bear and moose. Located an easy 50 miles from either Anaconda or Butte and about 60 miles from Dillon, the Bear Mountain Ranch offers privacy, scenery and excellent hunting. With seven already subdivided 20-acre recreational lots within its boundaries, there is outstanding opportunity for potential benefit from a conservation easement. An older ranch house near the entrance provides the opportunity to begin immediate enjoyment of the property while a new owner considers their options. The Facts: ~ Prime recreational acreage surrounded by public land ~ 1,839± deeded acres ~ Bear Creek frontage ~ Borders both United States Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management ~ Excellent elk populations both on the ranch and the surrounding lands ~ Existing home allows for immediate use and enjoyment ~ No conservation easement but an excellent potential candidate
Hall and Hall

Hall and Hall
2290 Grant Road
Billings, MT 59012
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