Jake Hyland


Jake Hyland is a broker associate, licensed in Colorado and South Dakota. Jake grew up on a ranch in Eastern Colorado. Playing baseball in college took Jake all over the state where he finished at Colorado Mesa University earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Marketing. Jake has guided clients at some of the most luxurious ranches in the country chasing trophy elk and mule deer. Jake lived in South Dakota for many years, which allowed him to hunt an abundance of different game species including whitetail, mule deer, ducks, geese, and of course pheasants. Combining Jake’s knowledge of hunting, his love for land, and a strong ranching background makes a great combination for sellers and buyers. His family still runs cattle in both Colorado and Wyoming. Jake and his wife Kayla now live on the Front range of Colorado with their little girl Raygen. Whether you are looking for your next ranch, or your own piece of hunting heaven, let Jake use his knowledge, and drive to get the job done. Jake and the Hayden Outdoors team would love to help you with your perfect farm, ranch, or recreational property.
$4,499,999  •  152 acres
Gill Investment Property is 152+/- acre farm, with multiple shares water rights, carrying rights, two houses and multiple out buildings. The main farm house is 1350+/- square foot with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with a newly remolded kitchen. There is a 40x60 large shop with a car lift, set up for refurbishing cars, or used as a machine shop. The second house sits on 7+/- acres. The property also boasts amazing horse equine facility which include a large horse barn with 18 stalls. There is a 130x100 covered indoor arena, 125 sq ft outdoor arena, round pen, hot walk, and 6 pipe welded corrals. Water Rights:2 Shares Larimer Weld Water4 Shares Windsor Reservoir Water8 shares Deker Lateral (Carrying Rights Only)8 Shares Graham (Carrying Rights Only)8 Shares Owl Creek (Carrying Rights Only)Farm Spec:7 Tower Center Pivot Purchased in 2019Feedlot with 4 Pens (80ft bucks in each pen, with automatic waters)For your own private, qualified showing, call Jake Hyland (970) 227-8990
$4,917,999  •  4,471 acres
The "Grand River Lodge", is a turnkey cattle operation with exceptional hunting opportunities. The ranch consists of 4,471+- Deeded Acres and 320 +- Leased Acres, totaling 4,791 +- acres. This rare offering is owner rated for 450+- pairs year-round. The Grand River Lodge is properly named after the Grand River which flows for nearly 6 miles through the heart of the property. The ranch has been extremely well managed with an exceptional, rotational, grazing program. The property is well fenced, has 6 wells, and 22 tire tanks all in working condition. The sellers would be interested in a rent back opportunity if the right situation presented itself. Ranching:The Grand River Lodge is a true producer's ranch. This turnkey operation has over 640 +- tillable acres with irrigation rights, directly out of the Grand River. The current owners have done a phenomenal job managing this land. The property consists of multiple pastures perfect for a successful, rotational, grazing program. The ranch is owner rated for 450 +- pairs or 600+- yearlings year-round. Emphasis, there is great water on the property with 6 wells delivering water to 22 tire tanks located throughout the ranch. Hunting:The Grand River Lodge has also been, well managed as a professional hunting property for multiple years. Whitetail and Mule deer roam the river bottoms and draws. Whitetail exceeding 160 inches are harvested annually and mule deer can push the tape upwards to 180 inches. The current owners have planted numerous food plots along the river bottom providing great food and habitat for deer and turkeys. The ranch boasts a strong turkey population with great hunting in both the spring and fall. This region of South Dakota is home to some of the country's best upland hunting. Strong numbers of Pheasants, Grouse, and Hungarian Partridge are found on multiple different areas of the ranch. Fishing:The Grand River flows for nearly 6 miles through the heart of the ranch. During the spring and summer months it is not uncommon for Walleye and Norther Pike to be caught in the many deep pools throughout this river. Shadehill Reservoir is only a short 25-minute drive from the lodge and offers some of the best fishing in Northern, South Dakota. The famous Lake Oahe and the Missouri River are under a 2-hour drive away. The Lodge:The Grand River Lodge, can sleep up to 15 people, with its 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The 2,280 square foot lodge has a stone fireplace located in the living room. There is a large 3 stall garage along with a 50X104 Pole Barn located just across from the lodge. Location:The Grand River Lodge, is located 35 minutes South of Lemmon, South Dakota. Rapid City, South Dakota which has a large regional airport is a short 3-hour drive. Bismarck, North Dakota which also has a large regional airport is under 2 hours and 30 minutes from the lodge. For your own private, qualified, showing please call Jake Hyland at 970-227-8990 or John Herrity .
$1,849,999  •  42 acres
Grand Valley Equine & Hay Farm. Custom built 2900+ square foot home, with 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. The home sits on 41+/- acres currently planted in alfalfa, and is watered with 38.5 shares of Grand Valley Water Users rights. There is a 60 x 40 shop with a permitted 2 bedroom 1 bathroom apartment that produces great monthly income. Shop has 220, loft for storage and office/craft room and a 20 x 60 carport. In addition there is 35 x 22 hay shed, 100 x 50 machine shed that includes a 40 x 50 horse barn. The horse barn includes 5 horse stalls, a large tack-room, a warm water wash-bay, large storage/office space and a bathroom. There is a large 140 x 300 well-kept arena with sand footing. Farm also offers welded corrals, arena & alleyways, loafing sheds & automatic waters. Income Potential: Apartment monthly rental, Horse Boarding, Horse Training, Facility rental, Hay Production. Hay Production on the farm is getting 4 cuttings annually, producing 6-7 tons per acre annually. The farm is irrigated with gated pipe which allows for water to be moved around the farm with ease. Shop apartment is currently rented, the tenant would like to stay if possible.To set up your own qualified, private showing, call Jake Hyland (970) 227-8990 or Country Williams (970) 623-9227
$649,999  •  7 acres
This turn-key horse property sits on 7+/- acres. The property has a well put together 1100 +/- sq foot modular home with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The property also boasts amazing horse equine facility which include a large horse barn with 18 stalls. There is a 130x100 covered indoor arena, 125 sq ft outdoor arena, round pen, hot walk, and 6 pipe welded corrals. Broker Notes:All pens are pipe welded, this property is very well put together. The property was designed by a professional horse trainer, there have been no details mist on what a horse property needs.
$925,000  •  16 acres
A true turn-key horse facility on over 16+/- acres with remarkable amenities and years of established income. Located minutes from Kersey, Colorado and Greeley, Colorado. There are two residences and two large one-of-a-kind barns each with diversified equine luxuries and veterinary/breeding area. There is an outdoor arena, hot walker, two round pens, numerous grazing pastures. The farm has a welded pipe cattle working facility. **** ADDITIONAL ACREAGE AVAILABLE House 1:Brick built in 1979, ranch style home. The house is three bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. There is a new furnace and A/C system installed Spring 2020.House 2:2015 Modular home, three bedrooms and two-bathrooms. This is a great steady income producing feature of the property. Would make a great caretaker's home/or additional living for employees.Barn 1:Nice...36x81, poured floors, 8 paddock stalls, and a clean office.Barn 2:Heated...39x90, poured floors, 8 paddock stalls with outside breeze ways.Hay Barn:Clean, semi sided hay barn Broker Notes:This property would be great for any equine professional. The farm is strong income producing investment, with horse boarding averaging $300 per horse per month. There are automatic waters throughout. This farm is ready, for you!Please call Jake Hyland at (970)-227-8990 for your own personal, qualified showing.*Seller is a Colorado Licensed Real Estate Agent
$575,000  •  60 acres
60 +/- Irrigated acres Located minutes from Kersey, Colorado and Greeley, Colorado. The farm is irrigated with two upgraded pivots for unique grass/alfalfa production. Water is available for rent, and includes 2 Shares of Windsor Res Water on a three year lease.This property also has many great potential building sites, which offer great views of the mountains. You would be able to create your own dream property, with pivot irrigation already set up. Call Jake Hyland at 970-227-8990 to set up your own personal qualified showing.
$1,911,250  •  275 acres
Atwood Irrigated Farm:This 275+/- acre farm has it all. The property includes pivot Irrigation ground, flood Irrigation ground,and to top it off amazing surface water rights. The farm has its own Augmentation Plan which allows greater freedom to irrigate. The water rights have been rated at 662 Acre Feet Consumptive use. The farm has been in the same family since 1939. This is a rare offering for this region, located between Merino and Atwood, Colorado. The farm is set up as a turnkey farming operation or investment property. This is a great offering for a local farm looking to add acreage, or an investor looking for an investment farm with recreational opportunity.. There are lots of options with the property.Land Break Down:There are 140+/- acres under a 7 Tower 1320' Stainless Steel Zimmatic center pivot. Nearly 115+/- acres of flood irrigated ground located next to the river offering great moist soils. The crop ground is currently being leased ; future lease options could be discussed.Water Rights:-17.5 Shares Schneider Ditch Co. 662 Acre feet (Decree Dates: 4/10/1873, 7/15/1875, 10/20/1880) 50 year historical consumptive use avg. of 33.9 ac/ft per share-30 Shares Davis Bros. Ditch Co. (50 year historical avg. 115 a/ft) Decree Dates 4/10/1874, 12/1/1890, 9/20/1894, 5/25/1903-23 Acre Rights Logan Prewitt Reservoir (23 a/ft) Decree Date 5/25/1910-2 Irrigation Wells RF-438 (WDID 6405099) 3300 GPM 40HP2687-F (WDID 6405100) 2250 GPM 30HPFor a qualified private showing call Jake Hyland 970-227-8990
$469,999  •  57 acres
Atwood Hunt and Farm:This 57+/- acre farm has it all, great hard wood river bottoms, farm ground, and South Platte River Frontage. The property is being offered with 1 share of Schneider Ditch Co. water. The share would allow a potential buyer to farm, enroll the property into a WRP program, or create ponds. This is a very rare opportunity to be able to flood and control water flows on your own hunting ground. The farm has been in the same family since 1939. This is a rare offering for this region, located between Merino and Atwood, Colorado. The farm is set up as a turnkey farming operation or investment property. This is a great offering for a local farm looking to add acreage, or an investor looking for an investment farm with a great recreational opportunity, and/or a startup hemp farm. There are lots of options with the property.Water Rights:-1 Shares Schneider Ditch Co. 662 Acre feet (Decree Dates: 4/10/1873, 7/15/1875, 10/20/1880)Recreation:With nearly one mile of South Platte River frontage, this farm has endless opportunities for hunting. The farm sits in unit 96. This stretch of the river produces trophy quality deer every year. The Whitetail deer hunting is some of the best in the state. Having food, cover, and water is essential to growing and holding trophy deer. This property has all three. Turkey hunting on the property is world class with plenty of roost trees along the river. The waterfowl hunting around Merino, Colorado is well sought after because of its great migration and holding of ducks and geese along the river. Birds routinely feed in the surrounding agriculture fields located up and down the river. The farm is located between two major reservoirs, North Sterling and Prewitt Reservoirs, which migrating ducks and geese take refuge on during their journey South.For a qualified private showing call Jake Hyland 970-227-8990
$1,119,999  •  140 acres
Atwood Hunt and Pasture:This 140+/- acre farm has it all, great hard wood river bottoms, pasture ground, and nearly 1 mile of South Platte River Frontage. The property is being offered with 1 share of Schneider Ditch Co. water. The share would allow a potential buyer to farm, enroll the property into a WRP program, or create ponds. This is a very rare opportunity to be able to flood and control water flows on your own hunting ground. The farm has been in the same family since 1939. This is a rare offering for this region, located between Merino and Atwood, Colorado. The farm is set up as a turnkey farming operation or investment property. This is a great offering for a local farm looking to add acreage, or an investor looking for an investment farm with a great recreational opportunity, and/or a startup hemp farm. There are lots of options with the property.Water Rights:-1 Shares Schneider Ditch Co. 662 Acre feet (Decree Dates: 4/10/1873, 7/15/1875, 10/20/1880)Recreation:With nearly one mile of South Platte River frontage, this farm has endless opportunities for hunting. The farm sits in unit 96. This stretch of the river produces trophy quality deer every year. The Whitetail deer hunting is some of the best in the state. Having food, cover, and water is essential to growing and holding trophy deer. This property has all three. Turkey hunting on the property is world class with plenty of roost trees along the river. The waterfowl hunting around Merino, Colorado is well sought after because of its great migration and holding of ducks and geese along the river. Birds routinely feed in the surrounding agriculture fields located up and down the river. The farm is located between two major reservoirs, North Sterling and Prewitt Reservoirs, which migrating ducks and geese take refuge on during their journey South.For a qualified private showing call Jake Hyland 970-227-8990
$1,499,999  •  75 acres
A true turn-key horse facility on over 75+/- acres with remarkable amenities and years of established income. Located minutes from Kersey, Colorado and Greeley, Colorado. There are two residences and two large one-of-a-kind barns each with diversified equine luxuries and veterinary/breeding area. There is an outdoor arena, hot walker, two round pens, numerous grazing pastures. The farm has a welded pipe cattle working facility. The farm is irrigated with two upgraded pivots for unique grass/alfalfa production. Water is available for rent to irrigate the farm.House 1:Brick built in 1979, ranch style home. The house is three bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. There is a new furnace and A/C system installed Spring 2020.House 2:2015 Modular home, three bedrooms and two-bathrooms. This is a great steady income producing feature of the property. Would make a great caretaker's home/or additional living for employees.Barn 1:Nice...36x81, poured floors, 8 paddock stalls, and a clean office.Barn 2:Heated...39x90, poured floors, 8 paddock stalls with outside breeze ways.Hay Barn:Clean, semi sided hay barn Broker Notes:This property would be great for any equine professional. The farm is strong income producing investment, with horse boarding averaging $300 per horse per month. There are automatic waters throughout. This farm is ready, for you!Please call Jake Hyland at (970)-227-8990 for your own personal, qualified showing.*Seller is a Colorado Lisense Real Estate Agent
$1,294,999  •  640 acres
Thresher Ranch consists of 640+/- acres of deeded ground located out of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming. The ranch boosts a beautiful ~2,200 square foot custom home with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The craftmanship of the home is immediately noticed as you approach and see the exterior stonework around the home. Inside there is an elegant custom stone fireplace dividing the living room and dining room. There are dark stained beams that run throughout the house. The home offers phenomenal internet through Fiber Optic Cable, which would make this ranch an ideal "work from home" retreat or full-time residents. The ranch features a large 40x70 metal building with poured floors, and metal beams. There is a smaller barn that offers a ~650 square foot 1-bedroom, and 1-bathroom apartment. The ranch borders 960+/- acres of Wyoming State Lands ready for your enjoyment. Recreation:The ranch offers great recreational opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. There are many great hiking trails around the large bluffs located on the ranch. The hunting on Thresher Ranch includes great mule deer hunting in Wyoming Game Unit 15, and antelope hunting in Wyoming Game Unit 11. Thresher Ranch qualifies for Landowner Hunting Vouchers for both deer and antelope. Bring your horses and enjoy the views of the vast Wyoming landscapes. There are 100's of acres to ride your ATVs or Dirt bikes, and plenty of garage storage for them when you are done. With 640+/- acres of your own deeded ground, and 960+/- acres of State Land, the new owner is sure to have plenty of places to explore. Ranch:The ranch is set up great for cattle grazing with great perimeter fencing. There is a large tank, and well located on the far southern portion of the ranch. There are hydrants located on the property that would provide great water for both cattle and wildlife. The ranch is cross fenced for a good summer rotational grazing program. Location:The Ranch is located 10 miles South of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming and one-mile North of the Colorado boarder. It is approximately 40 min from Cheyenne, Wyoming, and a short one hour and thirty minutes from Fort Collins, Colorado. For your own personal, qualified showing, please contact Jake Hyland 970-227-8990
$3,899,999  •  1,718 acres
County Line Ranch:County Line Ranch is located in the heart of what is known as South Dakota's "Golden Triangle". This region is known for some of the best pheasant hunting in the country. County Line Ranch offers a mix between beautiful pasture draws, and fertile crop ground. The property is located approximately 20 miles North of Gregory, South Dakota. The ranch has been extremely well managed as a cattle ranch, as well as a top shelf recreational property. The current owners are true stewards of the land, and that is made obvious by the lush pasture grass that is found throughout the ranch. There is approximately 1000 +/- acres of pasture ground, and 718+/- acres of tillable farm ground. The ranch has countless ponds located throughout the property for watering cattle and wildlife. Recreation:The current owners have managed the ranch for trophy Mule deer and Whitetail deer, only harvesting 3-5 deer off the ranch annually. Pheasant hunting the many shelter belts and sloughs will rival any hunting in the state. There is a vibrant turkey population on the property, with every draw holding a good number of Tom Turkey's, giving hunters plenty of opportunities. The ranch would make for a spectacular private hunting investment to be enjoyed by friends and family. However, it also has all the right attributes to handle a commercial operation.Lodge:The lodge sits at the end of a private drive, nestled back into the trees of one of the many draws on the property. The Lodge would make a great personal hunting camp, having the ability to sleep up to 12 people. It also has the potential to be a turn key commercial operation, as it meets all the State mandated regulations to run a commercial hunting operation. Improvements:There is a Large Pole Barn with pens, and working facilities located on the property. The ranch is fully fenced with 3 different pastures, allowing for rotational grazing of cattle. There is an abundance of road systems throughout the property making it easy to access all the draws on the ranch.Broker Notes:This ranch truly has it "ALL". On each property visit I saw trophy worthy Mule Deer and Whitetail as well as numerous different flocks of turkeys in the draws. The Pheasant Hunting would certainly rival any in the area with plenty of food, cover, and water. Call Jake Hyland or John Herrity today to set up your own private, qualified showing...
$3,750,000  •  466 acres
Atwood Farm and River Bottom:This 466+/- acre farm has it all. The property includes pivot Irrigation ground, flood Irrigation ground, pasture ground, nearly 1 mile of South Platte River Frontage, and to top it off amazing surface water rights. The water rights have been rated at 800 Acre Feet Consumptive use. The farm has been in the same family since 1939. This is a rare offering for this region, located between Merino and Atwood, Colorado. The farm is set up as a turnkey farming operation or investment property. This is a great offering for a local farm looking to add acreage, or an investor looking for an investment farm with a great recreational opportunity, and/or a startup hemp farm. There are lots of options with the property.Land Break Down:There are 140+/- acres under a 7 Tower 1320' Stainless Steel Zimmatic center pivot. Nearly 160+/- acres of flood irrigated ground located next to the river offering great moist soils. The remaining 140+/- acres are located along the South Platte River, which offers great pasture ground and grasses. The crop ground is currently being leased along with the pasture ground; future lease options could be discussed.Water Rights:-17.5 Shares Schneider Ditch Co. 662 Acre feet (Decree Dates: 4/10/1873, 7/15/1875, 10/20/1880) 50 year historical consumptive use avg. of 33.9 ac/ft per share-30 Shares Davis Bros. Ditch Co. (50 year historical avg. 115 a/ft) Decree Dates 4/10/1874, 12/1/1890, 9/20/1894, 5/25/1903-23 Acre Rights Logan Prewitt Reservoir (23 a/ft) Decree Date 5/25/1910-2 Irrigation Wells RF-438 (WDID 6405099) 3300 GPM 40HP2687-F (WDID 6405100) 2250 GPM 30HPRecreation:With nearly one mile of South Platte River frontage, this farm has endless opportunities for hunting. The farm sits in unit 96 and qualifies for two landowner buck deer tags. This stretch of the river produces trophy quality deer every year. The Whitetail deer hunting is some of the best in the state. Having food, cover, and water is essential to growing and holding trophy deer. This property has all three. Turkey hunting on the property is world class with plenty of roost trees along the river. The waterfowl hunting around Merino, Colorado is well sought after because of its great migration and holding of ducks and geese along the river. Birds routinely feed in the surrounding agriculture fields located up and down the river. The farm is located between two major reservoirs, North Sterling and Prewitt Reservoirs, which migrating ducks and geese take refuge on during their journey South.For a qualified private showing call Jake Hyland 970-227-8990
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Jake Hyland
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Windsor, CO 80550

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