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$29,000,000  •  9,286 acres
Unquestionably one of the most well-known legacy ranches in northern Colorado, Grizzly Ranch combines exceptional ranching and recreational attributes on 9,286± deeded acres plus 13,400± BLM leased acres. The ranch is located approximately 10 minutes from the quaint mountain town of Walden and 45± minutes from the popular resort town of Steamboat Springs. Named after Grizzly Creek which meanders for five-plus miles through the ranch, the Grizzly Ranch is a well-watered, contiguous ranch that offers great working ranch production values and outstanding recreation. The ranch also contains seven miles of Little Grizzly Creek, and the confluence of Little Grizzly and Grizzly Creeks is the beginning of the famous North Platte River, which flows for another four-plus miles on the ranch. With over 16 miles of creeks and the river, the ranch offers tremendous brown and rainbow trout fishing and the opportunity to make additional stream improvements. The ranch runs a well-balanced hay and grazing operation. Productive hay meadows are irrigated with senior water rights and an extensive ditch system that provides irrigation water for over 4,700 acres. The current owner rates the ranch at 1,000 pairs annually plus 400-500 yearlings and they are producing more than 4,500 tons of quality mountain hay annually. There is an excellent set of first-class operating improvements and outbuildings consisting of multiple sets of working facilities and numerous Morton structures. This is the first time that the ranch is being offered with the seller’s valuable mineral rights, which currently generate net payments of over one million dollars annually. The Facts: ~ Includes seller mineral rights that net approximately $100,000 in monthly royalty payments ~ 9,286± deeded acres and 13,400± BLM leased acres ~ Scenic North Park Mountain views in every direction ~ More than 4,700 irrigated acres with senior water rights and extensive hay production ~ Very nice sale barn, offices, and outbuildings ~ Six modest homes, 33 livestock sheds, machine shops, and equipment sheds ~ 11,250± square foot calving barn ~ 19,000± square foot sale barn or event center ~ Tremendous set of working facilities, including truck and livestock scales ~ Miles of pipeline, extensive stock tanks, and numerous stock dams ~ Multiple sets of working facilities ~ Tremendous fly fishing for brown and rainbow trout on over 16 miles of creeks and the river ~ Four ponds ~ Pronghorn antelope, mule deer, moose, and elk are found on the ranch ~ Income can also be generated from gravel, water sales, and event hosting on the ranch
$2,080,000  •  650 acres
North Ridge Ranch is 650± acres in the rolling timber-lined hills of Okfuskee County, approximately one hour east of Oklahoma City, 45 minutes southwest of Tulsa, and five miles from Interstate 40 near the community of Okemah, Oklahoma. A raw land offering that features desirable elevation, accessibility, two ponds, and a variety of large timber. The navigable elevation provides character without impeding the use of the land. Timber native to the region includes a variety of oaks, hickory, cedar, cottonwood, and elm trees. North Ridge Ranch is bordered by recreational and ranching neighbors of respective sizes and similar geographic features, mostly comprised of ranching and recreational operations or rural homesteads. There are multiple vantage points created by the timbered hills rising to elevations of over 970 feet above sea level and local variations of 100 feet within the property boundaries of 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 and ability to subdivide with the abundant amount of paved road frontage and access points to the ranch.
$960,000  •  300 acres
Middle Ridge Ranch is 300±acres in the rolling timber-lined hills of Okfuskee County, approximately one hour east of Oklahoma City and 45 minutes southwest of Tulsa off of Interstate 40 near the community of Okemah, Oklahoma. A raw land offering with desirable elevation, accessibility, wet weather creek, and a variety of large timber. The ranch consists of navigable yet drastic topography. Timber native to the region includes primarily a variety of oak, hickory, cedar, cottonwood, and elm trees. Middle Ridge is bordered by recreational and ranching neighbors of respective sizes and similar geographic features, mostly comprised of ranching and recreational operations or rural homesteads. There are multiple vantage points created by the timbered hills rising to elevations of over 1,000 feet above sea level and local variations of 120 feet within the property boundaries of 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 and ability to subdivide with abundant road frontage and access points to the ranch.
$3,575,000  •  376.3 acres
The Quiet Hills Ranch is in the Sonoran Desert, approximately 40 miles northwest of the Phoenix Metro Area. This beautiful desert property is comprised of long ridges with desert washes between them, sloping from northeast to southwest. There are numerous cactus species, including saguaro and cholla cactus along with scattered mesquites and palo verde trees. Presently there are no structures on this scenic ranch even though it is very much in the path of development.
$24,000,000  •  3,486 acres
Annandale is a 3,486± acre historic rice plantation in Georgetown, South Carolina’s Santee Delta. With frontage on the Intracoastal Waterway, Minim Creek, Duck Creek, and North Santee Bay, the water resources create a tremendous ecological playground. In just the immediate area, the federal, state, and protected private lands make up over a half-million acres, creating the longest undeveloped stretch of coastline on the Atlantic. Annandale is one of South Carolina’s most coveted waterfowl properties, with annual harvests consistently providing 5+ ducks per hunter per outing. For passionate waterfowlers, the drive comes from the inexplicable thrill of a decoying duck, and at Annandale, it’s these types of species that make up most of the bag – gadwalls, widgeon, pintails, teal, and mottled ducks. The sporting life is multi-seasonal here with a location that’s a launching point to endless river, bay, and ocean adventures. Annandale is set up well for comfortable gatherings and entertaining family and friends. The historic Millbrook House, in a quintessentially southern setting surrounded by gorgeous live oaks, is the property’s restored 1833 Greek Revival home. The main house at Annandale was built in the 1970s and is 4,230± square feet. Offered turnkey with furnishings and equipment and an excellent management team in place, the transition for a new owner will be easy and ready for use on day one. It is simply an understatement to say this is a rare opportunity to own a historic and unique part of the Lowcountry. The Facts: ~ 3,486± acre historic rice plantation located twelve miles south of Georgetown, South Carolina, between Winyah Bay and the Santee River Delta, the largest river delta on the Eastern Seaboard and part of a nearly half-million-acre cluster of public and private protected lands ~ Between the 24,000-acre Tom Yawkey Wildlife Center and the 24,000-acre Santee Coastal Reserve Wildlife Management Area, both significant refuges for wintering waterfowl and migrating birds, and in one of the longest stretches of undeveloped coastline on the Atlantic ~ Impressive average of 5+ ducks per hunter per hunt year-in-and-year-out ~ Other exceptional and historic plantations in the neighborhood include Kinloch, Rochelle, Estherville, Rice Hope, Springsteen, Moreland, and Cane Island ~ 2.5± miles of frontage on Minim Creek and 3.5± miles on the Intracoastal Waterway ~ Site of the first tide-operated rice mill in SC ~ From the driveway, you’re only twenty to forty minutes from the thriving communities of Georgetown, Litchfield, and Mt. Pleasant; and barely an hour from the restaurants of downtown Charleston ~ Georgetown County Airport (GGE) is 11 miles from Annandale with a 6,005-foot runway, full-service FBO with jet fuel, mechanics, and storage options ~ Well-documented ownership history traces portions of the property back to a land grant in 1732 ~ Annandale is protected by a conservation easement held by Wetlands America Trust, Inc. that allows two subdivisions and up to five additional single-family residences, plus other building rights ~ Easy transition for a new owner and ready to use on day one with excellent management team in place and offered turnkey with furnishings and equipment
$7,900,000  •  1,806.47 acres
Keith Springs Mountain is a ridge and valley landscape with sweeping mountain views that embodies quintessential middle Tennessee scenery. This rural farm spans 1,806± acres, only 12 minutes southwest of Winchester and 25 minutes from Sewanee – a charming community and home to The University of the South. Offering a very diverse landscape, the property transitions 880 feet in elevation from fertile valley farmland and pastures to the top of the Cumberland Plateau with over two miles of spectacular brow views. The farm currently supports a small cattle and hay operation, with the primary use being a family’s private sanctuary and recreational oasis.
$5,750,000  •  5,212 acres
The Home Place Ranch is being offered as a major portion of the existing Cherry Springs Ranch. It 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 5,212± deeded acres of which 110± acres are irrigated. The ranch also includes an additional 1,160± acres of BLM lease and 640± acres of state lease. Highlighted by two major drainages that run through the ranch namely the North and South Forks of Cherry Creek, the ranch provides strong native grasses and well-timbered draws creating optimal habitat for an assortment of wildlife. The improvements are modest with a three bedroom and three bath 1,288± square foot ranch house with a basement. There is a good set of corrals and a solid cattle barn. The Facts: ~ Seven miles southeast of Bridger, Montana ~ Fifty-seven miles southwest of Billings, Montana ~ Convenient access off well-maintained county road ~ Approximately 5,212 deeded acres ~ Approximately 1,160 BLM lease acres ~ Approximately 640 state lease acres ~ Approximately 110 acres under pivot irrigation ~ South Bridger Creek frontage ~ Three bedroom and three bath home ~ Barn and cattle facilities ~ Strong irrigation rights ~ Artesian well ~ Good mule deer population ~ Average precipitation is approximately 12 inches per year
$14,000,000  •  5,512 acres
The Spaeth Ranch is comprised of 6,472± total acres not only overlooking the city of Gillette but also connected to the city limits of Gillette with approximately 480 acres interior to the city Limits. Being inside the city limits gives access to city utilities, including but not limited to gas, electric, water, and sewer. Gillette is the third largest city in Wyoming by population. It offers all major conveniences and a large variety of name brand restaurants and services, as well as commercial air service. The well-blocked ranch includes 5,512± deeded acres, 820 acres of State of Wyoming grazing lease and 140 acres of BLM lease. The majority of the ranch consists of a rolling and broken topography ideal for cattle grazing, along with 80± acres of sub-irrigated hayfields. The north end of the property connects to Highway 51 as one of three of the ranch's main access points. The southern portions of the ranch are accessed by well-maintained graveled Union Chapel County Road. Lastly, the farthest west side of the ranch is accessed from paved Southern Drive, also a well-maintained county road. The majority of the ranch encompasses rolling grass hills in all directions, with livestock water wells throughout and Donkey Creek, a live water source that runs year-round along the northern boundary. Donkey Creek provides a water source for livestock and is a draw for wildlife which, of course, enhances the big game and upland bird hunting. The ranch boasts healthy populations of big game, including mule deer, whitetail deer, and antelope. The hilltops offer distant views of the Bighorn Mountain range just 50 minutes to the west towering over the town of Buffalo, Wyoming. Anchoring the ranch and contributing to its long term value is its connection to the thriving economy of Gillette. Having some acreage within the city limits assures that any long term development potential will be realized. One unique feature of Gillette is that the primary water source providing its residents their water is a large well into the prolific water-producing Madison formation to the northeast of town that is piped to the city. The ranch’s improvements are modest and include multiple older outbuildings and a main home appropriate for year-round living and ranch management. The corrals are a mixture of wood and pipe construction and are in good working condition equipped with livestock water. Overall, the ranch is well-watered with livestock tanks offering multiple access points to fresh water for all wildlife and livestock. The Facts: ~ Adjacent to Gillette with 480± acres inside the city limits ~ Commercial air service to Denver three times daily ~ Excellent long term development potential ~ Excellent grazing for livestock ~ Multiple fresh water sources ~ Excellent big game and bird hunting ~ Multiple outbuildings (managers home, barns, and corrals) ~ Easy access from multiple county roads and state highway ~ Excellent operating grass ranch in the city limits of Gillette
$5,995,000  •  2,225.12 acres
Castle Ridge Ranch is 2,225± acres in the rolling timber-lined hills and Canadian River bottoms of Okfuskee County, approximately one hour east of Oklahoma City near the community of Okemah, Oklahoma. A raw land offering that has an abundance of elevation, variety of large timber, sandy soil in the North Canadian River bottom, and an abundance of water in every sense of the word. The ranch consists of navigable yet drastic topography setting the tone for the character that permeates the rest of the ranch. Timber native to the region includes primarily a variety of oaks, hickory, cedar, cottonwood, and elm trees. Castle Ridge is bordered by recreational and ranching neighbors of respective sizes and similar geographic features, mostly comprised of ranching and recreational operations or rural homesteads. The eleven stock ponds, water well, and roughly a mile of river frontage on the North Canadian River provide equitable water for the wildlife and livestock. Roughly 77 acres of cultivation are traditionally planted in a winter wheat crop for grazing. There are multiple vantage points created by the timbered hills rising to elevations of over 980 feet above sea level and local variations of 180 feet within the property boundaries of 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 and ability to subdivide with the excessive amount of road frontage and access points to the ranch. The Facts: ~ Approximately 2,225 deeded acres to be surveyed ~ Over a mile of Highway 62 paved frontage on both sides of the highway ~ County road frontage and Old Highway 62 frontage as well ~ Elevation change of 180 feet on the ranch ~ One mile of accessible North Canadian River frontage ~ Native, improved, and open pasture of 856± acres with balance in timber and cover for wildlife ~ Cultivation near the river on 72± acres ~ Bisected by Highway 62, Old Highway 62, and frontage on a gravel county road at the south boundary ~ Electricity ~ Currently one water well ~ Rural water available – Okfuskee County # 2 ~ Seven total oil and gas sites, five active sites ~ No reservations are being made by the seller ~ Seller believes to own no minerals ~ Peninsula in the river of 80± acres ~ Eleven ponds ~ Native American history and old schoolhouse
$6,750,000  •  10,282 acres
Kimball Mountain Ranch is a 10,282± deeded acre mountain property located in the mesa country of western Colorado. This distinct holding is a contiguous block of unimproved land running nearly seven and a half miles in length and controlling nearly the entirety of Kimball Mountain. The ranch features a diverse blend of topography including lower valley benches with massive canyon walls and secluded timber valleys that rise to a long mesa bisected by a series of open parks and rolling ridges. While views of the property itself are striking, the countless vistas from the top are dramatic – one can gaze down upon valley floors and across to surrounding canyons and mountaintops. Kimball Mountain sits between two of western Colorado’s most notable hunting ranches and is home to trophy mule deer and elk, as well as healthy populations of Merriam’s turkey, grouse, and black bear. The diverse habitat also insures healthy populations of raptors, songbirds, and a host of other wildlife. As a result of the unfortunate 2020 Pine Gulch Fire, portions of the acreage including the steep north slope were burned while others remained relatively untouched. Ownership took immediate action to protect the property through mitigation efforts including aerial seeding. This proactive approach resulted in diversified forage composition, good regrowth of forbs and grasses, curbed woody shrub encroachment, increased carbon sequestration, and improved hydrology. In short, Kimball Mountain and its wildlife have responded favorably to the burn and subsequent remediation. The pricing model incorporates the impacts of the fire and provides the opportunity to acquire a significant land holding at an attractive price point. Kimball Mountain Ranch is ideal for those seeking an investment opportunity with strong recreational benefits. Kimball Mountain Ranch is located in western Garfield County between the town of Rifle and the city of Grand Junction. Year-round access is provided by a paved and maintained county road just 13 miles north of Interstate Highway 70 and the historic ranching community of De Beque. Driving time to Grand Junction and the Grand Junction Regional Airport and FBO is an hour. The town of Rifle and the Rifle FBO is a 45-minute drive from the ranch. Vail, Beaver Creek, and Aspen are all within two hours of the ranch, with Denver about three and a half hours to the east.
$7,950,000  •  2,080 acres
Whitetail Farm is located in McPherson County, Nebraska, and consists of 2,080 ± deeded acres and offers ten irrigated center-pivots covering 1,309± certified irrigated acres and are supported by the world’s second-largest aquifer, which is a highly valued natural resource underlying nearly all of Nebraska. All the irrigation wells are high-volume producing with very little drawdown and no pumping restrictions. Whitetail Farm provides a strong return to the investor with corn, soybean, and alfalfa production among the best in the area. The farm is currently used as a summer cow/calf high-intensity grazing program, along with some winter feed production. Most of the pivots are in a perennial grass/alfalfa mix and provides top-quality grazing with excellent gains.
$19,750,000  •  4,599 acres
Nebraska Irrigated Farm is a unique opportunity to own a large, irrigated farm located in Arthur and McPherson counties, northeast of Ogallala or southeast of Arthur, Nebraska. The farm consists of 4,599± deeded acres and offers 21 irrigated center pivot systems covering 2,744± acres supported by the world’s second-largest aquifer, the Ogallala Aquifer, which is a highly valued natural resource underlying parts of eight states – and nearly all in Nebraska. No pumping restriction on the farm and crop production provides a strong return to the investor with corn, soybean, and alfalfa production among the best in the area. Twenty-one center-pivot irrigated systems water the irrigated crops. Outstanding grain storage facilities round out the operation. The Facts: ~ 4,599± deeded acres ~ 2,744± certified irrigated acres ~ 2,601± FSA corn base acres ~ 21 center-pivots newly installed ~ Pivots powered by diesel engines ~ Wells producing from 700-2,700 GPM ~ No pumping restrictions ~ Seven miles of underground livestock water pipeline with 20 rubber tire tanks ~ 66’ X 120’ newly constructed insulated shop with living quarters ~ 60-ton truck scale ~ 200,000-bushel grain storage ~ 100’ X 240’ concrete silage pit ~ Easement for swine confinement affluent ~ Excellent wildlife habitat with trophy hunting
$4,502,740  •  4,642 acres
Upland Game Ranch is a contiguous block of 9,615± total acres in the Powder River Breaks of Montana along its southern border. The area is notably some of the best grass and grazing in the country, and the tall flowing stands provide shelter and cover for abundant populations of grouse and partridge. The ranch is currently leased by a local rancher that manages the ground and grazing practices with perfection. The “take half, leave half” operation in terms of grass is how the current tenant operates, creating harmony between livestock and wildlife. There are nine freshwater livestock tanks that make it possible to fully utilize the grazing resource. Recreationally, the ranch boasts the ability for private, quiet enjoyment; it is far enough away from “town” but just close enough to enjoy day trips. One can expect to find world-class bull elk, and mule deer, or perhaps stretch your legs and track down either Sharp Tailed grouse or Hungarian Partridge or both. Additional big game consists of black bear, mountain lion, coyote, and bobcat, all helping to keep the environment exciting and the cycle of life in balance. In the event bird or big game hunting are not the primary focus, hunting for Native American artifacts from the mid-1800s is entirely a possibility. This area of the Powder River Region is rich with US cavalry and Native American history. The ranch has electricity run from one end almost to the far end with RV electrical hook-ups installed. The current ranch owner has spent the last few years cleaning up old fences, small sheds, and other benign materials. The property has no permanent improvements for living quarters but is ready to build with a variety of building sites near shallow water tables and electrical hookups. The owner currently pilots his helicopter into the ranch to cut down on travel time, and it gives one the ability to see more wildlife from the air. Some of the ranch and the Powder River Region, in general, are too rough to see from UTV or other ground transportation, and the helicopter provides the ultimate way to see more wildlife and scenery. The ranch is located 52 miles southwest from Broadus on graveled county roads and can also be reached from the Wyoming side and lies 54 miles north from Claremont. The nearest major town is Sheridan, Wyoming which lies just over an hour’s drive to the southwest. The Facts: ~ Abundant upland game populations ~ Excellent wildlife habitat with a mixture of timber and grass ~ Area known for large genetic bull elk in the 400” class ~ Area known for large mule deer in the 190-200” class ~ Natural springs in multiple locations ~ Developed interior road systems ~ Interior fenced pastures ~ Deeded lands are blocked up for added privacy ~ Remote isolated private recreation ~ Well-maintained county roads to the entrance ~ Sophisticated nine-tank freshwater system for wildlife and livestock ~ Power runs from the north end to the southern end of the ranch
$4,500,000  •  1,453 acres
The Porter Ranch is 2,173± total acres overlooking the Greybull River Valley, lying just three miles west of Meeteetse and 35 minutes from Cody, Wyoming. The well-blocked ranch includes 1,453± deeded acres, 640± acres of State of Wyoming lease, and 80± acres of BLM lease. The majority of the ranch consists of a rolling and broken topography. The north end of the property, where the improvements are located, consists of a high bench overlooking the Greybull River Valley. From there, it rolls south into steep canyons and ridges covered with pinon pine, cedar trees, and juniper bushes, providing cover to a healthy population of big game, including mule deer, elk, and antelope. The hilltops provide stunning mountain views and both Lower and Upper Sunshine Reservoir views. Anchoring the ranch is a 2,900 square foot custom log home and three large and newly constructed outbuildings, including a nice shop, storage facility, and livestock barn with working corrals. The corrals are pipe constructed in good working condition and equipped with livestock water. Overall, the ranch is very well watered with an eight-tank pipeline system and multiple fresh springs providing watering holes to all wildlife and livestock. Due to the freshwater springs, there are an abundance of elk wallows providing excellent hunting for trophy elk. The Facts: ~ Acreage- 2,173± total acres of which 640± acres are State of Wyoming lease and 80± acres are BLM lease. ~ Location- 35 minutes south of Cody, WY, by way of Hwy 290 Pitchfork Road. ~ Topography- Mostly native rangeland, steep canyons and ridges, springs and riparian corridors, and a diversity of timber. ~ Water- Two small ponds, livestock pipeline and tanks, multiple freshwater springs, just minutes from both Upper and Lower Sunshine Reservoirs. ~ Wildlife- Upland birds, both deer species, wild turkey, and trophy quality elk. ~ Recreation- The ranch has excellent hunting and is in close proximity to the Absaroka Mountains and the Shoshone National Forest, with many streams and rivers providing excellent fishing. ~ Improvements: A modest log home with five bedrooms, three full baths, and three well-maintained outbuildings. Inclusive of one 104’ X 60’ Morton, one 40’ x 60’ all steel Wedgcor built facility, and one 40’X 80’ insulated Morton horse facility.
$15,900,000  •  7,707 acres
The Horse Prairie Ranch is the epitome of the West, the classic Montana ranch -- expansive, private, mountainous, and full of horses, cattle, wildlife, and cowboy and Indian history. This is one of Montana’s historic reputation ranches, acclaimed by USA Today as one of the "10 Best Places to be a Cowboy". It is over 30,000 acres of combined deeded and leased lands that lie in one private block in a mountain valley surrounded by other large cattle ranches, forested mountains, and thousands and thousands of acres of federal lands. Aspen-lined streams course through the ranch for miles, from the adjoining evergreen forest through the ranch’s grass, sage, and irrigated hay lands. Horses, cattle, elk, deer, and antelope dot the ranch. The Big Sky stretches for 30 miles to the tops of surrounding mountain ranges and night reveals only a handful of neighboring lights under a canopy of brilliant stars. Privacy is ensured, yet the cow town center of southwest Montana is within 40 minutes. The Facts: ~ Just 35 miles (40 minutes) southwest of Dillon ~ Two commercial airports each approximately one hour and forty-five minutes away ~ Total ranch land of 30,145± acres - 7,707± acres deeded including 1,200± acres of flood and sub-irrigated hay and pasture with an additional 22,438± adjoining leased acres on USFS, BLM, and State land ~ 600 cow-calf operation (plus replacement heifers, bulls, and horses) ~ Building improvements include four owner’s homes, a lodge, two cabins, manager’s and hired man’s home, two horse barns, shops, equipment storage sheds, calving barns, cattle scale, corrals, and gates ~ Two-and-a-half-acre trout stocked lake and spawning creek ~ Painter Creek and Browns Creek each run through the ranch for approximately four miles ~ Ranch includes 68 water rights, with irrigation water rights dating to 1865 ~ Elk, antelope, mule and whitetail deer, moose, and sage grouse ~ Gravel airplane landing strip
$6,000,000  •  1,605 acres
Bear Creek Ranch is a historic holding located in the Madison Valley of Montana, just 12 miles south of the town of Ennis and north of Yellowstone Park. Prized for its world-renowned fishing on the fabled Madison River, the ranch is perched on the east side of the valley adjacent to the Bear Creek Wildlife Management Area and the Gallatin National Forest. Originally settled by the Storey family more than a century ago, the ranch is effectively a clean slate for one to create their legacy and enjoy the convenience of location to Ennis, Bozeman, and the Big Sky Resort. Panoramic views are outstanding of the valley and its associated mountain ranges. Mill Creek spills out of the mountains and into the valley, providing seasonal irrigation water to the ranch’s hay fields. Cool season grasses provide an abundance of forage for livestock and play a critical role in winter feed for a large herd of elk that migrate into the valley from the adjacent mountainous lands and Yellowstone Park. Contiguous to the ranch lies Bear Creek Game Range, a 3,500± acre seasonal refuge established by the State of Montana in the 1950s to ensure a permanent habitat for elk, mule deer, and a variety of wildlife, particularly through the wintering months. The 1,619± acre ranch is held in two tracts consisting of a 647± acre section of bare land located one mile west of the main parcel and 972± acres located adjacent to the public lands. Remnants of the old homestead still exist on the larger parcel adjacent to the hay meadows. Many of the lands in this part of the Upper Madison have conservation easements, including Bear Creek Ranch. Protected from further development, this plays a critical role in sustaining the overwintering wildlife that resides in the valley. It also maintains the integrity of the open space and unobstructed views. This is an opportunity to own a manageable ranch asset beautifully located in one of the West’s most desirable locations. The Facts: ~ 1,619± deeded acres in two separate tracts (972± and 647± acres respectively) ~ 12 miles south of Ennis, Montana, in the highly sought-after Madison Valley ~ Lies contiguous to the Gallatin National Forest and Bear Creek State Game Range ~ No improvements, a clean slate to build a residence and outbuildings ~ Mill Creek runs through the northeast corner of the ranch and provides early-season irrigation water ~ Proximity of multiple 10,000-foot peaks and amazing panoramic views of the Madison Valley ~ Numerous game species, including vast herds of wintering elk, many of which migrate in from the nearby Yellowstone Park ~ Newly improved FBO just minutes from the ranch ~ Conservation Easement
$6,600,000  •  302.45 acres
The Cedar Ridge Ranch is 302± beautifully manicured high-fenced acres ideally located in northeastern Blanco County, a rolling getaway just 66 miles from downtown Austin and 24 miles from historic Fredericksburg. The property comes fully equipped with a quaint two bedroom, two bath 2,000± square foot home, equipment barn, bungalows/additional storage, electricity, and water well. The ranch also features corn and protein feeders, hunting blinds, a well-fed pond, game proof fences, improved quality whitetails, axis deer, and blackbuck antelope. The landscaping across the property has been entirely engineered to enhance the aesthetic value of the ranch. Approximately 80% of the cedar trees have been removed to allow for greater visibility, grass production, and increased forb growth for wildlife. The ranch has several all-weather roads allowing a new owner to enjoy it no matter the weather conditions. The vast majority of the property is accessible under normal conditions by UTV/ATV as the heavy cedar has been removed. Genetically enhanced whitetail bucks were released onto the land years ago in an attempt to increase antler size and production across the land. There are also axis deer and blackbuck antelope in manageable numbers to add to the scenery and biota diversity. The morning sun rises directly in front of the quaint lodge offering the most spectacular morning views above the cedar ridge from the porch, dining table, and living room. Bedrooms are towards the rear of the two-story home, one downstairs and a master upstairs. The quiet ranch to Market Road 1323 is just under a mile from the ranch, as the crow flies, offering unsurpassed silence and tranquility. Road noise is at the minimum. The Cedar Ridge Ranch is one of the finest easy to own gentleman ranches I have come across in quite a while. The cared-for landscape and the years of stewardship are very evident upon entering the property. Everything has been well thought out to ensure the ranch is simple, enjoyable, owner friendly, and beautiful for years to come. The Facts: ~ Beautifully manicured 302± acres ~ High-fenced ~ Two-bedroom, two-bath home ~ Equipment barn ~ Bungalows/storage ~ Electricity ~ Water Well ~ One-and-a-half acre well-fed pond ~ Hunting blinds ~ Corn and protein feeders ~ Beautiful views ~ Excellent roads ~ Genetically enhanced whitetail, axis deer, and blackbuck antelope ~ Austin 66 miles, Fredericksburg 24 miles, Horseshoe Bay 25 miles, Johnson City 190 miles
$23,900,000  •  1,346 acres
The Rapid Canyon Ranch is truly a “one of a kind” ranch. It encompasses the first two and a half miles of the entire Rapid Creek Valley as it leaves the Big Horn National Forest boundary. Rapid Creek is one of the very few trout streams that come out of the Bighorns near Sheridan. It is a live water resource containing multiple species of trout, including brown, rainbow, brook, and the occasional cutthroat. The ranch boasts an executive home recently entirely remodeled along with four historic cabins and multiple outbuildings. Historically the ranch was operated as a dude ranch with private access to the forest service out the back gate. It has excellent territorial water rights, which keep its meadows lush and productive throughout the growing season in contrast to the adjoining foothill rangeland. The ranch is capable of running 125 to 150 mother cows with supplemental hay bought for the winter and spring. It is grazed lightly, to harness the full potential of the big game hunting. While there is traditionally a very large white tail harvested every year, the elk hunting is superb. Elk hunters average three to four bulls annually, with some scoring in the high 300s. The ranch is easily accessible regardless of weather, only 20 minutes from Sheridan, which is one of Wyoming’s most appealing communities. It is literally located at the base of the mountains with the main home, the outbuildings, and the improvements situated in the front third to help keep the wildlife undisturbed and on the ranch. Similar to most of the ranches along the Bighorn front, it is protected by a rather benign conservation easement that allows multiple divisions, a fair bit of additional construction, and the ability to remodel existing structures. In a nutshell, Rapid Canyon “lays right”. When one enters the ranch, it is all laid out in front of you, with natural geography protecting the viewshed on each side and the timbered mountain face forming the upper boundary. Of course, one can also drink in the expansive views to the east of the foothills and plains of eastern Wyoming. The Facts: ~ Location: 20 plus minutes west of Sheridan at the end of a graveled county road. ~ Acreage: 1,426± total acres of which 80± are state lease. ~ Breakdown: Mostly native rangeland, riparian corridor and building sites. About 200 is irrigated. ~ Water: Approximately 2.5 miles of Rapid Creek with excellent territorial water rights. ~ Fishery: Excellent small stream fishery for multiple trout species. ~ Wildlife: Upland birds, both deer species, wild turkey, and truly trophy quality elk. ~ Description: First 2.5 miles of the lush Rapid Creek Valley framed by foothills with the Bighorns rising dramatically at the upper end of the ranch. ~ Improvements: Historic remodeled main home with older equally historic but unremodeled cabins and outbuildings. ~ Summary: One of the two or three nicest and most private ranches on the Bighorn front within easy driving distance of Sheridan.
$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, as featured by The Wall Street Journal in October 2022. (https://www.wsj.com/articles/cattle-roam-this-15-5-million-colorado-ranchbut-it-once-belonged-to-the-dinosaurs-11664903302) • 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.
$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 and 640± acres of state 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 640 acres of state 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.
$1,810,000  •  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
Hall and Hall
Hall and Hall
Hall and Hall
Hall and Hall
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Billings, MT 59012

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