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$1,690,000  •  15,000 acres
Private access to more than 30 miles of rivers and streams, known for some of the finest dry fly fishing in North America
$1,925,000  •  15,000 acres
Tucked away in northwestern Colorado lies Elk Creek Ranch, a one-of-a-kind private sporting community situated along the banks of the esteemed White River. This exclusive private membership community can be described as the most premier fly-fishing and hunting retreat in the West. With over 30 miles of private fly-fishing along the White River and Elk Creek, world-class big game hunting in an expansive and unspoiled natural habitat, along with luxurious amenities, Elk Creek Ranch offers a truly unparalleled membership experience and unique ownership opportunity. See our Elk Creek Ranch presentation for more information. ABOUT STILLWATER Stillwater at Elk Creek Ranch is a pristine lot tucked right up against the shore of a picturesque pond and situated on the western edge of the ranch. The location of this lot balances privacy and access as it is one of only two lots sited on Pond Four while still being in proximity of the lodge and village amenities. Like all lots within Elk Creek, ownership includes membership to the shared amenities and incredible resources of the community. Elk Creek Ranch is a shared ownership property where each member owns an individual lot within the ranch in addition to common ownership of the entire ranch. Listings are for individual lots which carry an appurtenant membership to the ranch.
$1,550,000  •  15,000 acres
Elk Creek Ranch is a shared ownership property where each member owns an individual lot within the ranch in addition to common ownership of the entire ranch. Listings are for individual lots which carry an appurtenant membership to the ranch.
$2,000,000  •  15,000 acres
Elk Creek Ranch is a shared ownership property where each member owns an individual lot within the ranch in addition to common ownership of the entire ranch. Listings are for individual lots which carry an appurtenant membership to the ranch.
$2,600,000  •  15,000 acres
A vacant river lot and serene building site by the water Membership to the exclusive Elk Creek Ranch Private access to more than 30 miles of rivers and streams, known for some of the finest dry fly fishing in North America Truly world-class big game hunting for a variety of species Includes shared interest in 15,000 total deeded acres Unparalleled luxury and club amenities (lodge, cabins, restaurant, fly shop, equestrian center, event barn, sporting clays, private trails network) Exclusive homestead sites with the opportunity to construct a custom residence
$2,400,000  •  15,000 acres
Tucked away in northwestern Colorado lies Elk Creek Ranch, a one-of-a-kind private sporting community situated along the banks of the esteemed White River. This exclusive private membership community can be described as the most premier fly-fishing and hunting retreat in the West. With over 30 miles of private fly-fishing along the White River and Elk Creek, world-class big game hunting in an expansive and unspoiled natural habitat, along with luxurious amenities, Elk Creek Ranch offers a truly unparalleled membership experience and unique ownership opportunity. See our Elk Creek Ranch presentation for more information.
$13,414,350  •  14,502 acres
Comprised of some of the most well cared for acreage in Far West Texas.  Sweeping vistas, plateaus, mountains and canyons, abundant grass and water. This is Chihuahuan Desert hunting land at its best and a nature lover’s dream. This ranch has it all. 60 miles south of Marfa.
$10,650,975  •  14,201.3 acres
Under Contract
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: North portion of the ranch is 11,530.7 acres and locally known as the Pandale Ranch which was homesteaded in 1879-1880 and has been in the same family ever since. The current owners purchased an additional and neighboring 2670.6 acres in 2014-2015 referred to as the Hunt Ranch. The combination of these ranches makes for a high-quality Crockett County ranch close to Ozona with great access, diverse terrain, and good productivity. LOCATION: The Pandale Ranch is located approximately 3 miles south of Ozona and Interstate 10 in central Crockett County. Access is excellent with 1 1/4 miles of paved Highway 163 frontage on the east and 4 miles of paved frontage on both sides of FM 2083 (Pandale Highway) on the west side of the property. Property is a little less than 2 hours from Midland, 3 1/2 hours from Austin, and about 1 hour 15 minutes to San Angelo. HISTORY: The current owner's (4 brothers) great grandfather left Quebec City, Canada at the age of 18 and walked to Albany and then made his way to St. Louis where he bought a horse. He then got involved in the cattle drives pushing livestock south to the Waco, TX area. After hearing about some homestead opportunities further west he made his way to Crockett County where he accumulated the original 40,000+/- acre ranch. This is the last portion of the original ranch still in the same family's ownership. TERRAIN: The landscape is level to mountainous with a number of large steep draws and 240+/- feet of elevation change. Johnson Draw runs through the town of Ozona continuing to the south and crossing the eastern portion of the ranch just off Highway 163. Parts of Eureka Draw and Government Canyon can be found on the property with numerous other unnamed draws and canyons. The ranch primarily drains to the East, Southeast and South with the higher country being on the West side of the property near the Pandale Highway. Turkey Mountain and another set of twin mountains are scenic topographic landmarks on the property that can be seen from miles away. LIVESTOCK: Carrying capacity is believed to be approximately 100+/- head of cattle with 1,250 sheep and goats. This varies based on the year and amount of rainfall. PASTURES: There are 10 pastures and numerous traps allowing for rotational grazing. Every pasture has water for livestock and wildlife. There are bump gates between most pastures allowing for easy access throughout the ranch. FENCES/PENS: Fences are in fair to good condition and will hold livestock. There is a set of pens on the north end of the property, the middle of the property, and southern part of the property. The exterior perimeter fencing is net wire with pipe and wood posts with 1-3 strands of barbed wire on top. The interior fencing is net wire with 1-2 strands of barbed wire on top. Fencing type and condition varies in different parts of the ranch. SOILS: Predominant soil types are in the Ector Association and the Angelo Rio Concho Association. Bottoms have more top soil and productivity is higher than rocky hillsides. Top country also provides good grazing opportunities with little erosion. WILDLIFE/ HUNTING: Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, dove, bobwhite quail, feral hogs, gray fox, red fox, coyotes, and a variety of songbirds call the Pandale ranch home. This will be the 3rd season the majority of the ranch has not been hunted resulting in a quality deer herd with a good age structure. The 1400+/- acres across Pandale Hwy (FM2083) was leased to 3 hunters that have been hunting that portion of the property for the last 8+/- years. There are no hunting leases currently affecting the property. WILDLIFE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT: Six (6) feed stations were recently set up. There is a 3000# Outback protein feeder and a 600# Atascosa corn feeder in each pen. The fenced pens were all built right with corners set and gates in place for easy access. Protein pellets with antibiotics are fed to benefit the deer herd. TREES/ VEGETATION: Live oak, mesquite, redberry juniper, blueberry juniper, algarita, catclaw, hackberry, and a variety of plants common to this area. There is very little bitterweed on the property, which can be problematic for certain ranches in Crockett County. GRASSES: Native grasses include buffalo grass, curly mesquite, bluestem, sideoats gramma, and Tobosa grasses. The draws are mainly short native grasses such as burro grass, buffalo grass, and curly mesquite. CONSERVATION PROGRAM: The owners participated in a conservation program previously clearing 700+/- acres of brush in the NW part of the property for improved grazing. There is a current and comprehensive plan that can be provided to the new owner for additional clearing if interested. LAND IMPROVEMENTS: The 200+/- acres along Johnson Draw was pushed, raked and burned by the Emerald Underground Soil & Water Conservation District. The wastewater facility needed to be cleaned out and there was a one-time agreement to mix the sludge into the top soil in the cleared 200+/- acres. This was an excellent way to fertilize the soil and improve the land. GRAVEL: There is a gravel pit being utilized for interior ranch roads. The majority of the roads are all-weather and in good condition. HOME: There is a 2016 square foot ready-built home with 3 bedrooms/ 2 bathrooms, living room, fireplace, dining area, kitchen and utility room as well as central heating and cooling. The home is pier and beam foundation with a metal roof and Masonite siding. There is also a screened in 720 square foot porch with a nice view, a detached 480 square foot metal shop, an additional 480 square foot carport and a pipe fence around the home. Home is on well water and has a septic system in place. It is centrally located in the interior of the property. BARNS: There is an old barn and set of working pens near the entrance at the end of a dirt airstrip. Just north of the home in the middle of the ranch is the primary barn which is 1600 square feet with a concrete slab foundation, C-purlin frame, metal walls, metal roof, and two drive-through doors. The barn is not insulated, but does have electricity. There is a 600 square foot shed under the roof of the barn. It has walls on two sides and is open on two sides. A good set of working pens is adjacent to the barn and nearby is an 1800 square foot hay barn that is open on one side with a dirt floor. GROUND WATER: There are 11 total water wells in operation. Depth of wells are believed to be 400-500' deep. Wells are believed to produce 2-7 gallons per minute on average with submersible pumps in each well. Water is distributed to various pastures through an extensive system of waterlines The original Helbing Ranch (11,530.7 acres) has eight (8) water wells, one of which is a solar well and others have electric submersible pumps. Now part of the Pandale ranch, the Hunt Ranch (2670.6 acres) has 3 water wells (1 is a solar water well). AVERAGE RAINFALL: 18.95" rain is the average annual rainfall for Crockett County. AIRPORT: Closest airport is 1 mile North of Ozona. Runway length is 6,000 feet in length and will accommodate aircrafts up to 70,000 pounds. Services include: fuel, aircraft inspections, engine repair, and more. ELECTRICITY: There is electricity throughout the property. Electric provider is Southwest Texas Electric Cooperative. PROPANE: A propane tank provides the home with gas for household use. RADIO TOWER: A radio tower is located on the SW part of the ranch just off the Pandale Highway. There is no associated income with the tower lease and it has a minor impact on the property. PIPELINE EASEMENTS: There are two gas pipelines crossing the property with substantial payments previously paid to landowner. There is a good possibility of a 3rd pipeline being installed and the new owner would receive this income. These pipelines are not detrimental to the property and actually open up some areas for improved grazing/ wildlife viewing. MINERALS: There are numerous gas wells on the property which is typical for Crockett County. Minerals are negotiable. Owner believed to own 16% of the mineral estate. TAXES: Pandale Ranch is ag exempt. The approximate property taxes in 2022 were $4,331.99; while the mineral taxes were approximately $2,332.02. PRICE: $750 per acre ($10,650,975) CONTACTS: Kelly Kothman- Kothmann Agent 325-446-6116 mobile Blake Hortenstine- HRC Broker/ Partner 214-616-1305 mobile Chance Turner- HRC Agent 972-765-7326 mobile Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Listing Broker. *Property is co-listed between Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC and R.D. Kothmann Real Estate. All information is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC and R.D. Kothmann Real Estate. All information is subject to change without prior notice.
$8,500,000  •  14,138 acres
14,138 ± Acres Elevation ranges from 2,000’- 2,400’ Frontage on HWY 349 2,750± sq/ft main house Guest house and 2 cabins 3,300± sq/ft barn 6 water wells supply storage tanks and water troughs 11± miles of creeks and 3 ponds Abundant native wildlife and game
$19,750,000  •  13,821 acres
The T Lake Ranch is a rare opportunity to own one of the largest contiguous ranches in WA being offered for the first time and has been in the same family for 3 generations. Featuring 12,541+/- deeded acres with an additional 1,280 leased from DNR. 629 water right acres with an allotment averages of 3.59 ac/ft per irrigable acre.
$11,750,000  •  13,424 acres
Rare find in the western NE Panhandle. This stewardship-award winning ranch was thoughtfully developed with ease of management in mind. Located in a picturesque setting with native range-land, irrigation, impeccably-maintained facilities, and two homes. Turn-key operation, equipment included. Excellent access just off I-80. Approximately 8-20 miles west of the city of Sidney, NE.
$19,900,000  •  13,371 acres
Located minutes from Cheyenne, Wyoming Large undeveloped ranch with investment, development & conservation opportunities Excellent year-round cattle ranch Fenced, cross-fenced, & easily accessible year-round Big game includes antelope, mule deer, & elk Located only minutes west of Wyoming’s capital city, Happy Jack Ranch is composed of over 13,000 acres of rich grasslands that once supported vast herds of bison, and now keep a large herd of Black Angus cattle fat and happy. The twenty square miles of the ranch are configured almost fully in a single block positioned squarely between the outskirts of Cheyenne and the recreational magnets of Curt Gowdy State Park and the famous Vedauwoo Rocks climbing area. Simply put, as a beautifully situated, turn key cattle ranch with fabulous access and development potential, Happy Jack Ranch has few peers. When the nation’s first transcontinental railroad, the Union Pacific, passed just south of the present ranch in 1869, the region was already well-known for its bison herds and nomadic Native American tribes that followed them. Today, tipi rings arrowheads can still be found on the ranch. With the completion of the railroad, cattle ranchers, attracted by the easy terrain and rich grasslands, quickly settled. Over the generations, several ranches were consolidated into what became known as “the finest ranch in Laramie County,” a proud legacy that Happy Jack Ranch inherits. With four small creeks on the ranch, and several developed springs and wells, the ranch remains productive even in dry years, and in wet years is a verdant paradise. In addition to the natural grasslands, 400 acres are flood irrigated hay meadows. Fully cross-fenced into 30 separate rolling pastures and meadows, Happy Jack Ranch is ideally set up for rotational grazing. Presently it supports 400 AUMs per year, and is operated primarily as a cow/calf operation. Herds do remain here year-round, but supplemental feeding is required in the winter. The ranch headquarters contains the owner’s home, a large barn, shop, calving barn and other buildings. Two additional corrals and loading chutes are located in the more remote sections of the property. As a largely unbroken tract of land about 9 miles by 4 miles, Happy Jack Ranch is frequented by herds of mule deer and antelope, and migrating waterfowl are attracted to its numerous ponds. Elk and moose may also be sighted occasionally and a variety of small game. Lake fishing is popular at nearby Granite Springs and Crystal Lake Reservoirs, and some of the water sources on the ranch could be developed into trout ponds as well. Large ranches that are located almost adjacent to urban commercial centers (or capital cities, no less) are as rare as diamonds in ash heaps, but such is the case of Happy Jack Ranch. Only 13 miles west of Wyoming’s capitol building, it is ideally situated for development opportunities. Housing developments already exist on the northern and southern boundaries of the property. Cheyenne continues to grow, and the ranch is easily reached from there year-round via paved State Route 210. Alternatively, a conservation easement could preserve the ranch much as it is, with significant tax credits. Outdoor recreation opportunities abound in the area, including hunting and fishing, snowmobiling, rock climbing, camping, and mountain biking. The recreational bonus here includes the urban opportunities of Cheyenne, such as golf, soccer, softball, swimming, and basketball. Cultural events abound in Cheyenne, the chief being Cheyenne Frontier Days, with its world-class rodeo. We at Harrigan Land Company know of few ranches with as unique a combination of large size, turn key cattle ranch amenities, and proximity to a growing urban area as Happy Jack Ranch. If your vision includes running several hundred head of cattle or making an investment in Cheyenne’s growth, we’d love to show you the possibilities hidden in the rolling grasslands of Happy Jack Ranch. Contact Dennis Magnusson for more information: 307-640-6431 or dennis@
$16,750,000  •  13,000 acres
Located on the sprawling, untouched land of Cibola County, New Mexico, Rincon Ranch is a superb 13,000± acre trophy hunting ranch and wildlife area. Internally land-locked within the private land are also 3,806± acres of BLM leased land and 2,881± acres of state leased land for a total of 19,687± acres. This stunning and secluded ranch just 10 miles southwest of Fence Lake, New Mexico, comprises some of the largest and most spectacular canyons in the region. Weaving between sandstone mesas, rambling through canyons, and winding around plateaus, the land on the ranch features native juniper and pinyon pine, ponderosa, oak brush, and mountain mahogany. Over 36 miles of well-marked dirt roads lead to all corners of the property. Yet, with only one entry point, this ranch is both easy to navigate and extraordinarily private. Besides exceptional privacy and natural beauty, the primary attraction of Rincon Ranch is the quality of the hunting. In fact, it’s become known for some of the best and biggest trophy elk and mule deer in the country over the past 20 years. While most of the surrounding ranches offer only flat grassland, Rincon Ranch’s canyons, mesas, caves, and meadows offer year-round food sources as well as incomparable shelter for migratory animals. As a result, the trophy elk and mule deer hunting opportunities on Rincon Ranch are second to none. Generations of animals have thrived on this land, thanks to impeccable land management, varying natural terrain and excellent food sources that make for an unmatched wildlife habitat. The ranch owner’s habitat is the sprawling modern lodge in the southeastern corner of the property. Situated on a high cliff with sweeping views of the ranch land, the lodge is a turnkey retreat with thoughtful amenities to set the stage for living in or visiting this incredibly scenic slice of New Mexico. Rincon Ranch is also an incredible place for observing ancient history through the artifacts and petroglyphs left behind by Ancestral Puebloans, sometimes known as Anasazi. This was a bustling trading area over a thousand years ago. Today one can find numerous ruins, artifacts and petroglyphs throughout the property — evidence of a bygone world that still echoes throughout the land. Rincon Ranch will cater to a seasoned hunter or preservationist with an appreciation for the natural beauty, privacy, and exceptional topography of the land. Spend some time discovering evidence of ancient life, hiking atop sandstone mesas, or observing the incredible wildlife, and you’ll understand why there’s nowhere on earth quite like Rincon Ranch. The future owner of the ranch will have the knowledge that the sale has contributed to improvements to help increase the numbers of wildlife on the ranch and maximize the trophy quality of the animals harvested from this superior habitat compared to other regions and ranches. The Facts: ~ Located in Cibola County, New Mexico, near the border of Arizona ~ 13,000± acres of BLM leased land ~ 2,881± acres of state leased land ~ Total combined acreage is 19,687± ~ Ten miles southwest of Fence Lake, New Mexico ~ Just over two hours to Albuquerque International Sunport, or 90 minutes to municipal airports in Springerville, AZ, Gallup, NM, and Grants, NM ~ Two hours to Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona ~ 90 minutes to El Malpaís National Monument. ~ Two hours to Albuquerque ~ 8,000± square foot modern lodge with 7 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms ~ Four canyons ~ Two underground aquifers ~ Five solar-powered water wells ~ Elevation ranges from 7,000 feet to 7,500 feet ~ Well-managed wildlife habitat ~ Exceptional trophy hunting ~ 12 ranch-only landowner tags for bull elk; 2 mule deer habitat enhancement tags ~ Wildlife includes elk, mule deer, bear, mountain lion, bobcat, and a variety of small game species ~ Ancient petroglyphs, ruins, and artifacts abundant on the land
$17,250,000  •  12,700 acres
The Land of Enchantment Ranch is located near the small village of Tecolote, southwest of Las Vegas and northeast of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and easily accessible from Interstate 25. Santa Fe and Santa Fe Regional Airport are about an hour's drive from the property and approximately two hours from Albuquerque and Albuquerque International Sunport to the ranch. One large, contiguous, uninterrupted, and well-blocked piece of land comprises the property, which spans 12,700± deeded acres. Santa Fe National Forest borders the ranch for nearly the entirety of its western boundary. The property features three main access points, one providing direct entry to the Santa Fe National Forest and its several hundred thousand acres of public land. A network of well-maintained and clearly marked ranch roads has been established, ensuring ease of travel throughout the property. The ownership group and ranch manager have meticulously managed the land since their ownership began in 1996. Limited and seasonal livestock grazing, abundant water enhancement work, wildlife food plots, and thoughtful forestry management plans were implemented and have been in place for many years. The ranch is well-watered, offering wells, springs, Tres Hermanos Creek, several stock ponds, small seasonal lakes, and seasonal creeks flowing through the numerous drainages and canyons on the property. Modest building improvements include a traditionally constructed stone residence and shop that represent the local culture and era of the area. The residence is designed with two wings, providing guest privacy. It also boasts a stucco-walled courtyard and a beautiful native flagstone patio. In addition, the compound includes a stucco garage and a large dog run. A fenced campsite has been developed, featuring a covered deck, a campfire ring, and seating made from native stone. The land offers an abundance of premier building sites located throughout the property. The ranch is ideally situated in Game Management Unit 46 for migrating wildlife, including elk, deer, bear, mountain lion, turkey, and small game species. Within northern New Mexico and located along a migratory fowl flyaway, the Land of Enchantment is an ideal location for bird watching. The ranch participates in New Mexico's EPlus system and may allocate as many tags as desired at their discretion. Wildlife populations, while migratory, are prevalent through the ranch in later seasons. The ownership group and management have done a tremendous job of forestry management and thinning, water development practices, and making every effort to attract wildlife to the landholding. Land of Enchantment Ranch presents an excellent opportunity for those seeking a ranch to continue solid stewardship and management practices, enhance wildlife habitat, develop water projects, and take advantage of build-to-suit options, with ample opportunity for outdoor pursuits, and all in an easily accessible location and at a reasonable price. New Mexico typically has a short supply of available large acreage ranches. This ranch presents unique physical features coinciding with privacy and views and is only an hour from Santa Fe. The Facts: ~ 12,700± deeded acres ~ Adjacent to Tecolote and ten miles southwest of Las Vegas, New Mexico ~ Approximately one hour's drive from Santa Fe and Santa Fe Regional Airport ~ About a two-hour drive to Albuquerque and Albuquerque International Sunport ~ Traditionally inspired 2,172± square foot two-bedroom, two-bathroom primary residence, constructed from local rock sourced on the ranch and stucco originally built in 1925 and remodeled in 1997 ~ Stone-constructed shop/storage outbuilding ~ Three-sided lean-to for equipment and supply storage ~ Nearly the entire western boundary is adjacent to the Santa Fe National Forest ~ Located in Game Management Unit 46 ~ Receives elk tags allocated through EPlus ~ Eleven wells, four-solar powered, and one windmill powered with 8,000 gallons of storage Seven springs ~ Thirteen man-made reservoirs have also been cleaned and lined with bentonite to facilitate better storage ~ Several miles of frontage and both banks of Tres Hermanos Creek ~ Tres Hermanos and Pino Real Canyon provide seasonal water flows ~ Terrific views of several local landmarks, including Hermits Peak and Tecolote Peak, as well as extensive viewsheds in nearly every direction ~ Numerous stock ponds, small seasonal lakes, and numerous seasonal drainages ~ Diverse topography and elevation change across the ranch, which includes abundant arroyos, small canyons, long drainages, and large mesas that transition into plains on the east side of the ranch ~ Evidence of Native American artifacts, petroglyphs, and remnants of rock buildings from early settlers are throughout the ranch ~ Abundant ponderosa pine trees cover over 70± percent of the ranch ~ Open meadows, pasture, hillside, and drainages comprise the balance of the land ~ An ongoing and long-standing forestry management program is in place ~ Selective thinning has been accomplished through the use of a masticator to enrich the soil, create more forage for wildlife and seasonal livestock grazing ~ Migrating wildlife includes elk, deer, bear, mountain lions, turkey, seasonal waterfowl, and a variety of small game and bird species ~ Alfalfa and perennial food plots have been planted in strategic locations ~ Seasonal and purposely understocked grazing is managed with conservation in mind ~ An excellent internal road system and easy access throughout the ranch ~ Shooting range featuring a covered shooting bench and targets from 25 to 400 yards ~ 2022 property taxes were $2,322.84 ~ The ranch manager has been with the ranch for nearly a decade and has an intimate knowledge of the property and community
$26,000,000  •  12,669 acres
The Majestic Ranch is located on the Missouri River breaks of Gregory County, South Dakota. The ranch consists of 12,669± deeded acres of high-quality cattle country with all the aspects of a great recreational getaway. The ranch has long wooded draws of hardwoods and cedars with hay meadows and farm ground mixed in. There are several miles of year-round live water streams along with numerous dams and springs. The ranch is a highly diversified operation from cow/calf to backgrounding lots and significant recreational income. A highlight of the ranch is the extensive improvements, including a 10-bedroom hunting lodge and a state-of-the-art indoor arena. The Majestic Ranch is truly one of the best-balanced ranches for livestock and recreation that I have witnessed and an opportunity for those seeking an actual working experience for the horse enthusiast on a day-to-day cattle operation or the recreationalist for ATV riding, hunting, or fishing.
Contact for Price  •  12,445 acres
Hedgpeth Ranch is a beautiful 12,445 acre property: a private hilltop estate with 50 acres of vineyard, a private lake with 22 acres of surface area and a storage capacity of 602.7 acre-feet of water, 87 miles of road and some of the largest Redwoods in Sonoma County. The property includes a grove of over 100 Old Growth Coast Redwood trees, the largest of which is nearly 13 feet in diameter. A road system of approximately 87 miles throughout the property offers convenient access. What makes Hedgpeth special, in addition to the privacy it affords, is the natural and beautiful scenery throughout the ranch. The Hedgpeth Lake is a private freshwater reservoir that may be enjoyed for swimming, boating, fishing, and other aquatic activities. The lake also has 22 acres of usable surface area for fishing and recreation. There is a series of creeks that flow throughout the property which include House Creek, Allen Creek, Pepperwood Creek, Danfield Creek, and Cow Creek. Nearby attractions include Harold Richardson Redwoods Reserve and Salt Point State Park. Hedgpeth Ranch is 8 miles from Timber Cove, 11 miles from Cazadero, 32 miles from Healdsburg and 52 miles from Downtown Santa Rosa and 70 miles from San Francisco. Investment Highlights + 12,445 acres located on the Sonoma Coast + Approximately 30 miles from Santa Rosa and 70 Miles from San Francisco + 7,500 acres of commercial forest, including old growth Redwood trees and high quality timber, provide for great investment potential + Wildlife species make Hedgpeth an excellent hunting ground + The diverse terrain and beautiful scenery allow for a variety of activities such as horseback riding, ATV riding and hiking + In the Southwest section of the property lies Hedgpeth Lake that can be used for agricultural purposes, swimming and fishing + Hedgpeth Ranch is a pristine location for vineyard winery and orchard creation because of the great coastal weather of the Sonoma Coast; current 50-acre lease in place with Jackson Family Wines (lease expiration date: 12/1/2027 with an option to extend for five (5) years) + Hedgpeth can be an excellent location to raise cattle and livestock as there are already improvements onsite that are available for use, such as a feeder barn, horse stable and a rancher residence + Other potential uses include: commercial equestrian facility, dairy, slaughterhouse, wine tasting room, and farm stand + Hedgpeth receives favorable property tax treatment via the Williamson Act (also known as the California Land Conservation Act of 1965) + The Hedgpeth Ranch has 97 underlying land patents or partial patents. With the merger of parcels too small for the Ag zoning designation, there are 87 potential Certificates of Compliance available for the ownership + Outstanding grove of over 100 Old Growth Coast Redwood trees with a beautiful walking path + Solar power generation potential + Wind power generation potential
$90,000,000  •  12,369.69 acres
Bently Ranch is on the market for the first time ever selling all of its agricultural holdings. Situated on the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountain range in Minden, Nevada, the property is located just 25 minutes from the popular Lake Tahoe area and just minutes from downtown Minden and Gardnerville. This incredible 12,369.69 deeded acre property is being sold as one unit, offering a once in a lifetime opportunity. The owners started to accumulate land in Nevada in 1997 and instituted a cattle program in 2012. Over the last several years, they have focused on sustainable farming, aiming to grow a variety of crops that are used in the distilling industry. The grains and botanicals grown on the ranch produce some of the world’s finest spirits. What makes this possible are the senior water rights and the reservoirs used for irrigation. Water is abundant here on the Bently Ranch. There are about 6,046-acres irrigated with 34 pivots. Water on the property includes 3,746-acre-ft Mud Lake and 1,784-acre-ft East Valley Reservoir. Senior water rights are from the West and East fork of the Carson River. Currently being grown on the property are grains of wheat, rye, barley, and oats as well as premium alfalfa. Improvements include ten homes, four bunkhouses, seven shops, five horse barns, twelve hay barns, twelve storage barns, a feedlot, and compost facility.
$12,500,000  •  12,020 acres
Located 12 miles north of Broadus, Montana with great access off of a well-maintained county road and consisting of approximately 12,020± total acres the ranch has 10,760± deeded acres, 640± State of Montana acres and 620± BLM lease acres. With 370± acres of pivot-irrigated ground and 430± acres of flood-irrigated ground the ranch produces roughly 2,800 ton of quality hay annually. Under current management the owners are able to sell approximately 1,500 large round bales annually. Owner-rated at 400 head of mother cows, 75 head of heifers and an adequate number of bulls the ranch is able to consistently sustain these numbers while typically keeping their calves on feed through mid-February. The Crooked Creek Ranch has a total of nine artesian wells, one which provides water to the buildings and corrals and two that provides water to approximately 20 miles of pipeline that supplies water to approximately 23 tanks throughout the pastures. The remaining six wells supply water to individual tanks. In addition, the ranch has approximately 71 water right claims on the Powder River which provide ample irrigation water. There are two homes on the property, a 70’ x 80’ machine shed/commodity storage, a 40’ x 80’ insulated shop with concrete floor, a 40’ x 80’ insulated calving barn with a heated vet/tack room, a 40’ x 60’ airplane hangar with a concrete floor, two sets of metal corals, a backgrounding lot and the 2015 Valley 8,000 center pivot. With approximately 6 miles of river bottoms the ranch has exceptional hunting. The ranch has roughly 1,000± acres of wheat base and a hunting lease which provide alternate sources of income.
$9,700,850  •  11,307 acres
The Huerfano Assemblage consists of the Orphan, Potts, Big Tree, and Vucetich Ranches located just north of Walsenburg along the I-25 corridor. These properties flank both sides of I-25, are adjacent to the Walsenburg city limits and are ideal for future housing or other development. This region of Huerfano County is known for having exceedingly high wind and solar energy potential. All wind and solar energy rights will convey, and with current trends, presumably, there could be significant unrealized solar and wind value here. These offerings are available individually or in their entirety. In addition to wind / solar development potential, these ranches offer good mid-size grazing opportunities along with good populations of wildlife for hunting or viewing.
$13,522,400  •  10,720 acres
Wright's Farm & Ranch located in Washington County, CO has been in the same family for over 75 years! The rare opportunity to purchase a farm and ranch combination of this magnitude in Eastern Colorado doesn't come around very often. Wright's Farm & Ranch consists of 10,720 +/- acres mostly contiguous with only a few outlying parcels. The main headquarters is situated on US Hwy 36 approximately 1.5 hours east of Denver.
$63,587,650  •  10,687 acres
Located in South Texas' famed Golden Triangle, the North Ranch encompasses 10,687± acres of top-notch wildlife habitat and includes almost 6 miles of the Nueces River. The turnkey property, situated 5 miles north of La Pryor and 15 miles south of Uvalde in Zavala County, is one of the finest hunting ranches available today. Over the past seven years, the current owner acquired six properties and formed the North Ranch. The ranch, which fronts on FM 1436, has been designed to be best in class. The North Ranch is home to exceptional white-tailed deer and some of the best bird hunting—Bobwhite quail, dove and Rio Grande turkeys—in the state. Since 2017, deer have been managed under an MLDP-3, but the hunting has been limited. In the past three years, mature whitetails measuring 160" — 190" have been harvested. In addition, the ranch boasts oryx, axis deer, feral hogs and a host of non-game species. The Land and the Water Towering pecans, Mexican sycamore and oaks stand sentry along the river, while guajillo, black brush, white brush, mesquite, guayacan and other protein-rich brush species inhabit the uplands. The land has been strategically cleared and roller chopped to increase edge and plant diversity. Native grasses have been replanted where suitable. The Nueces is pocked with deep, blue holes that hold water for swimming and fishing even in drought. The North Ranch possesses water rights from the Nueces. In addition to the river, the North Ranch has approximately 1.5 miles of surface water, measuring about one-quarter mile wide. More than 7.5 miles of 2-inch poly water line and an additional 7.5 miles of 4-inch poly water line have been laid and buried. The water distribution system also includes eight (8-feet in diameter) cement water troughs and two (20-feet in diameter) cement water troughs; all are encircled by 8-foot cement skirts. There are four irrigation wells (one = 120 gal./min.; one = 300 gal./min.; two = 110 gal./min.) The irrigation wells are used, in part, to supply a 40-acre Reinke pivot and a 36-acre Reinke pivot. The ranch has two domestic solar wells, six domestic electric submersible wells and another domestic well (60 gal./min.) connected to a 60,000-gallon storage tank that supplies the headquarters. The Living Thanks to the attention to detail, living is comfortable and easy. The style, as befitting a Brush Country ranch, is rustically elegant and resplendent with adobe, stone, hammered metal and wood. Strategically placed courtyards and gathering areas ensure that family and guests can soak up the textured beauty of South Texas. The two-bedroom/two-bath Farm House encompasses 1,600± square feet of updated, beautifully appointed living space. The open floor plan residence features a kitchen with an eating area and living room. With four bedrooms and four baths, the 2,500± square-foot Dog Trot, situated across the courtyard from the Farm House, serves as a guest house. The two-story Chef House features two bedrooms, one full bath and one-half bath. Set away from the main compound, the six bedroom/six bath Cowboy Cabins measure about 1,000 square feet. The River House sits near the Nueces. Currently used as storage, it could be upgraded to living quarters. The ranch's focal point is the 11,600± square foot Barndominium. The front one-third is living space, while the remaining two-thirds provides storage. The living space includes a commercial kitchen with an attached utility area, a dining area, living room and bathroom. In addition, the Barndominium has four bedrooms each with a private bath. In addition, there is a 700± square-foot laundry and a 500± square-foot secure gun room. The Infrastructure The North Ranch has a shooting range with a two-story, covered shooting deck and a five-station skeet range with an elevated shooting pavilion. The North Ranch's perimeter is high-fenced and there is also a 3,000± acre high-fenced "enclosure". Approximately 7 miles of five-wire cedar post fences have been installed as cross fences. The ranch has a functional set of cattle pens and two (2,000 square feet and 4,000 square feet) equipment barns. The ranch roads provide easy access to the entire ranch. All furnishings and the 29± Atascosa deer blinds, 31± Atascosa 500-pound corn feeders and 32± 2,000-lb. protein feeders convey with the sale. The Opportunity For anyone looking for the ultimate recreation destination, the North Ranch has it all. Seize this rare opportunity before it disappears as quickly as a wily muy grande into the brush. . . Call Howard W. Hood at (830) 739-3815 with Hood Real Estate, Inc. Listed for $5,950/acre.
$28,000,000  •  10,669.44 acres
The North Bridger Mountain Ranch represents the culmination of generations of excellent asset management. The grazing, timber, recreation, and hunting have been expertly managed for decades and it shows! The ranch which lies at the north end of the Bridger Mountain Range, is the headwaters of no less than four drainages. Truly an end-of-the-road mountain ranch situated on Elkhorn Ridge between the Shields River and Sixteen Mile Creek drainages, the 10,669± deeded acre ranch offers a significant landholding an hour from Bozeman, Montana. The Facts: ~End-of-the-road privacy within 60 miles of Bozeman, Montana ~Near perfect mosaic of range, timber, topography, and coulees with water ~Views of nine mountain ranges ~Multiple miles of live water via Bearskull, Timber, Coal, and Cottonwood Creeks ~See millions of stars with no light pollution ~See or hunt elk and never see another human ~Raise beef by the pound ~4.7 million board feet of merchantable timber
$7,500,000  •  10,300 acres
There are very few large land parcels for sale in Nevada or anywhere in the west that consist of a large block of contiguous land, are completely fenced and include all mineral rights. This is an amazing and rare opportunity to acquire 10,300 acres with many possibilities for mineral development. Currently used for winter cattle grazing.
$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.
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