Sloan Smith

At a young age, I found my passion for the land and outdoors. From the northern woods of Wisconsin, farmlands in Kansas, draws of western Oklahoma, or the mountains and plains of Colorado, I love the land and all it has to offer. My faith and family have allowed me to pursue my passion for land as a career. I personally believe that land is the greatest investment anyone could ever make. With Great Plains Land Company, I have the opportunity to share my passion and knowledge to build relationships with buyers and sellers for all their land needs.
$2,079,000  •  630 acres
A great combination farm located in far eastern Blaine County. The east boundary is the Canadian County line. The property offers roughly 85 acres of tillable farm ground which is currently in grass, plus pasture, several ponds, and mature trees along the rolling terrain. A great place for cattle with the amount of grass and water, paired with the habitat for whitetails and turkeys makes this place a must see. This 630 acres offers great farming, hunting, and ranching opportunities with an excellent location not far off Highway 281 and Interstate 40. The county road access is from the west side of the property, where you can find two gated entrances. Rarely does this area have land come up for sale, much less a property of this size! Don't miss the opportunity to own a large combination farm with a great location in Blaine County! 4 miles south of Geary, OK 10 miles from Hinton, OK 49 miles from Oklahoma City, OK Northside of the South Canadian River Excellent Hunting for Whitetails and Turkey Good fencing w/ ponds for livestock Great Location and good access Call Sloan Smith today for more information and to set up a showing today! 580-344-0555
$99,000  •  160 acres
PRICE REDUCTION! Located in Deming, New Mexico, 160 acres of undeveloped land. The property is in an area of a master planned land development "Deming Prairie Villages" for the town of Deming. Not far from the proposed new high school, and close to the new elementary and middle school. The property has had a Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment done, with a survey. If you are looking for development land, or investment land near Deming, call Great Plains Land Company today.
$1,400,000  •  540 acres
Irrigatedfarm ground with 715 shares of Amity Mutual Irrigation Company water rights. Atotal of 540 acres, of which 460 acres are irrigable. An abundance of waterrights with 1.55 shares per irrigated acre. The farm has two private head gatesoff of the canal, with two public meters for each side of the county road.There is also county road access on the north side, south side, and through thecenter of the farm. Two domestic/livestock water wells are located on the property.The water wells area great addition to the farm for livestock and thepossibility of a future home. PROPERTYHIGHLIGHTS 4 miles west of Bristol, CO and 14 miles east ofLamar, CO 715 shares of Amity Mutual Irrigation Companywater rights 2 private head gates 2 domestic/livestock wells Annual Property Taxes $6,920.28 Legal Description 44-20-20 (477-479) N2 &SE4 & E2E2SW4 & E2W2E2SW4 EX 3.04AC (S'LY 50FT) AMITY
$7,000,000  •  48,800 acres
Adobe Creek Ranch The Adobe Creek Ranch has been a working cattle ranch for generations, located in the Arkansas Valley in Southeast Colorado near the town of Las Animas. The large ranch expands across Bent County, into Kiowa County. Named after the Adobe Creek, which stretches over 10 miles across the ranch, providing surface water through out the west side. With the open short grass prairie and gently sloping terrain, the ranch offers views for miles of nothing but grass and blue sky. The ranch consists of deeded and state lease ground tied together. The total acreage of deeded that is selling is 9,894 +/-, and the total State Lease acres that the seller will assign upon purchase is 38,906 +/-, giving the ranch a total of 48,800 +/- acres. The ranch is rated for a stocking rate of 42 acres per animal unit. Currently the ranch is running around 1,000 pair, and offers 9 different pastures for rotational grazing. Adobe Creek and Adobe Creek Reservoir provides surface water, with addition to 6 water wells and tanks providing water throughout the ranch. There are 170 acres of farm ground, with 13 CFS irrigation water rights from the Adobe Valley ditch. The water rights are available when in priority during March 16th through November 14th, and during November 15th through March 15th, the water is available anytime. There is good access to most of the areas of the ranch with internal county roads and canal roads. Two-track roads throughout the ranch, accessing wells and pens. The Colorado Parks and Wildlife leases the ranch for hunting, naming the access the Adobe Creek Reservoir State Wildlife Area. The area provides hunting for whitetail, mule deer, pronghorn, pheasant, scaled quail, dove, and waterfowl. The owner is currently leasing the deeded acres to the CPW for $7,000 per year, on a year to year lease. The Adobe Creek Reservoir provides quality fishing for several warm water species. Known locally as "Blue Lake", this reservoir has historically been a favorite for crappie and catfish anglers. Enjoy boating and camping on the lake as well. As an irrigation storage lake for Ft. Lyon Irrigation Co., Blue lake can experience fluctuation in depths. The Adobe Creek Ranch offers a low maintenance, cost effective cattle ranch that can comfortably run 1,000 head cow/calf operation. Contact Sloan Smith with Great Plains Land Company for more details and to set up a private tour.
$576,000  •  640 acres
Offering a section of dry land farm ground in the Highplains of Eastern Colorado. An all tillable farm, with 0-3% slope, and past production of corn, milo, and wheat. County Road 41 runs along the west boundary, for good access. Located 7 miles south, and 2 miles west of Walsh, CO. and 24 miles to Springfield, CO. Call or email today for more details on this productive farm. Annual Property Taxes $916.75 Legal Descriptions - Section 12, Township 32 South, Range 44 west
$2,900,000  •  1,530 acres
Ramah Valley Ranch is a unique, one-of-a-kind offering for a few reasons. RVR sits on the north end of Unit 12 in New Mexico near the quiet town of Ramah. RVR consists of 1527 acres, 887 deeded, and 640 state leases, and has 6 center pivots on the ranch in the valley. This listing also includes 517.4 shares in Ramah Land and Irrigation which accounts for almost 21% of the holdings in the LLC. Each share is worth 6.7-acre feet of water so you would have 3500 acre-feet for the center pivots on the ranch. Ramah Land and Irrigation own the beautiful 100 acre Ramah Lake and 266 acres of land around the lake. Whether you're an investor, a hunter, a farmer, or a rancher this property has you covered. For the hunters you should know of Unit 12 as it is one of the very best units in the southwestern United States for trophy elk and Ramah Valley Ranch has produced its share of giant bulls with multiple animals scoring over the magical 400" mark. There have also been some unbelievable mule deer killed on and around the property. This ranch receives multiple bull tags each year and you can hunt deer by purchasing a "private land only" tag and hunt the deeded portion of the ranch. Opportunities to lease farming, grazing, and hunting are also available right now. There is not a house on the property but the landowner has a 467-acre property called "Box Canyon Ranch" with a 3 bedroom 2 bathroom house on it that's a 5-minute drive from the ranch that he would sell to the buyers of Ramah Valley Ranch. When purchasing a property listed by Great Plains Land Company, a Buyer's Broker, if applicable, must be identified on the first contact and must be present at the initial showing of the property in order to participate in a real estate commission. If these conditions are not met, compensation, if any, will be at the sole discretion of Great Plains Land Company.
Great Plains Land Company

Sloan Smith
861 E. 33rd St.
Edmond, OK 73013

Mobile: 719-980-1522