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$39,150,000  •  9,400 acres
To schedule a showing or for more information please contact Layne Walker, Partner|Broker, Hall and Hall Partners, LLP at 214-244-6484. Crooked Tree Ranch is 9,400± acres of prime ranching country in north central Texas. Owned by the same family for the last 25-plus years, the attention to land, vegetation, and improvements is evident. Native pastures have been carefully managed with minimal grazing, controlled burns, and attention to quail habitat. The ranch has a level to rolling terrain as you enter the property and transitions to tree-covered draws toward the back of the ranch. With over ten miles of improved roads, traveling through the property is easy in all weather conditions. The headquarters are the first set of improvements you will encounter. Structures include the manager’s home, guest home, barns, working pens, round pen, an arena, dog kennels, and a small office building. A water collection system is also found at the headquarters where city water is collected. The owner’s home is located toward the back of the ranch. The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home is accompanied by a rock storage building and barn. The area is known for great hunting with the Crooked Tree having many options. Native whitetail deer are very plentiful, with an additional 200-acre high fence hunting area available. While quail numbers throughout north Texas have been down the past several years, quail hunting on the ranch has been excellent with continued quality habitat and management. Dove hunting is also great in season. Other income sources are a cattle lease, wind energy lease, and a possible mineral lease. The Facts 9,400± deeded acres Ten-plus miles of improved ranch roads Automated gate and illuminated entrance Headquarters: Three-bedroom, two-bath manager’s home Five-bedroom, three-bath guest home Cattle pens, arena, and round pen Small barn with horse stalls Small equipment barn Dog kennels Refrigerated meat processing room (fully equipped) and large walk-in cooler Small office building Owner’s Compound: Three suites, each with its own full bath and private entrance, one half-bath Stone veneer accents a storage building and separate barn currently used to house a large travel trailer
$8,000,000  •  9,296.28 acres
Quite possibly the best elk hunting ranch on the market in Montana, the OConnor Ranch is being introduced to the market for the first time. This multi-generational legacy ranch in Garfield County, Montana boasts supreme District 700 Elk hunting and Mule Deer hunting, recreational opportunities and great cattle production. Many 400 + Bulls have been harvested from the ranch.
$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 have generated significant royalty payments from oil and gas production. The Facts: ~ Includes seller mineral rights that have resulted in significant 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 ~ Livestock and equipment are not included in the sale of the ranch
$11,799,000  •  8,896 acres
60 miles south of Miles City, MT and 30 miles north of Broadus, MT is the Castle Rock Ranch consisting of 8,896 acres in total of which 7,136 are deeded and 1,120 acres are State Lease and 640 is a private lease. We affectionately call this ranch the “Serengeti Plains of Montana” because of the abundant wildlife, and also the unbelievable crops and water. The ranch presently runs 400 head of mother cows and still has some of the best hunting in Eastern Montana. MLS 341957 Call Dru Burk, (406) 934-2424, 406-772-5425 or Bill 406-594-7844 Interactive Map
$21,500,000  •  8,880.14 acres
Located at the upstream end of the Stillwater River Canyon, the Flying C Ranch operates on just over 10,700± acres, of which 8,880± is deeded, and the balance is encompassed in two BLM permits and a state lease. The ranch benefits from a 100-head grazing permit on the adjacent national forest. The ranch headquarters and the owner’s compound are situated along one-and-a-half miles of the Stillwater River. This “river unit” consists of around 300 acres, including 59± acres of flood-irrigated hay meadows, the aforementioned owner’s home, the manager’s home, a classic horse barn, guest houses, and other outbuildings. The ranch rises steeply from there to include dramatic foothills that open into rolling grasslands running to the national forest boundary. Tucked away amongst these scenic foothills are significant portions of two other lush valleys through which flow Bad Canyon Creek and Trout Creek. The latter offers an appealing small trout fishery that complements the ranch’s frontage on the Stillwater River, the area's dominant, highly regarded big stream fishery. As one would expect, wildlife is prolific as there is a desirable and very private habitat for everything from species of deer to elk, antelope, black bear, and mountain lion. Also, the canyons and grassy hillsides are ideal for upland birds and raptors. The lower valley offers an intimate experience with views of dramatic cliffs, and as one gains altitude, the entire Beartooth Front comes into view and is truly awe-inspiring from these vantage points. The ranch supports 225 cows and carries over the calves with supplemental hay purchases. From imposing cliffs, rivers, and streams to dramatic canyons, secret coulees and private valleys, and timbered and aspen-covered slopes, the Flying C Ranch operates in an amazingly diverse and wildlife-rich landscape. Many have said it is like owning a national park. The Facts: ~Location: 20 miles west of Absarokee and six miles north of Nye ~Acreage: 10,717± (8,880± deeded plus BLM and State leases) with a 100-head USFS permit ~Terrain: Riparian, cliffs, canyons, rock formations, open foothill grasslands, meadows ~Improvements: Modest owner’s home, guest cabins, managers house, and outbuildings ~Water: About one-and-a-half miles of Stillwater River, small trout stream, irrigated meadows, 17 filed spring rights, and stock water pipelines ~Operation: 225 mother cows year-round and carry calf crop over to fall of 2nd year with some hay purchased depending on winter conditions ~Access: Just off the paved highway on a good, graveled county road ~Views: Dramatic! Of the Beartooth Front – Montana’s highest mountains ~Wildlife: Deer, elk, antelope, black bear, and mountain lion with canyons and grassy hillsides ideal for upland birds and all manner of raptors ~Summary: The complete package – scenic, excellent trout fishing, incredibly diverse country adjoining the national forest, a fantastic cross-section of most wildlife species, and a viable cattle operation
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$17,700,000  •  8,811 acres
Imagine 8,811 acres of coastal range land, custom 4-bedroom home, additional 1 bedroom home, barn, horse pens, creek and fully functional cattle operation, with the highest peak on the Santa Lucia Mt. Range, overlooking the Salinas Valley, Carmel Valley and on a clear day, Santa Cruz, Carmel by the Sea and the ocean! As you enter the ranch, it feels as if you've stepped back in time, beautiful ancient oaks canopy the drive giving you a sense of peace and tranquility. The ranch headquarters are the first buildings you come to, including a large hay barn with storage room and full bath. Comfortable 1 bedroom ranch house, covered horse paddocks and several fenced pasture areas. Cattle corrals with piped fencing include chute, squeeze and scales. Nicely set up for working cows. Continue up a paved drive to the stunning main ranch house, situated on a hillside with amazing views. The custom 3000 sf home features 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Open plan with large living room as well as family room. Beautiful river rock hearth, open kitchen and dining with wonderful natural lighting. Large 2 car garage and shop area, home is set up with a backup generator system. The Palo Escrito Peak is 4,600 ft in elevation. At this point, you are ''on top of the world'' with views in every direction, it's simply breathtaking. Property Highlights: • Hunting and recreational opportunities are abundant. Black tail deer, wild boar, turkeys, dove, quail and wild pigeon. • Miles of roads and trails for ATV's or horseback riding. Enjoy camping on your own property, you'll always have a camp site available. • The cattle operation has been the main focus for the owners, running up to 200 pair year-round, or, 400 pair from April 1st to September 1st, depending on the year. • An intricate stock water system has been set up from multiple wells, together with underground piping, suppling water to 60 +/- livestock water troughs. • Beneficial to wildlife as well. • There are numerous seasonal ponds and creeks throughout the property. • The ranch enjoys income from tower rentals, as well as a hunting lease which has been in place for 35 years. • The entire 8,811 acres are in the Williamson Act, which provides a tax benefit to the owner. • Approximately 25 minuets to Carmel Valley Village, 45 minutes to Carmel by the Sea and the ocean. • Pebble Beach and all the golf extravaganzas including the US open, with some of the greatest golf courses in the state, if not the entire US. • Upscale and unique shopping, great restaurants, resorts, fisherman's wharf, white sandy beaches and turquoise ocean waters. • All this and more for your enjoyment, yet the ranch is far enough away to get out of the crowds, and the size gives you the feeling, and reality, that you are removed from it all with amazing privacy, unsurpassed views and Nature at its best. • NOTE: The 785 acre Bell Ranch bordering to the south is also for sale. Listed at $5,700,000.
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$8,350,000  •  8,560 acres
$11,250,000
Sprawling 8,560± acre hunting, recreational and cattle ranch with rich history and offering a turn-key cow-calf operation.
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$1,190,000  •  8,162 acres
$1,250,000
The Kelsey Canyon Ranch offers an 88 head cattle ranch in Cochise county AZ with 2 sections of deeded land. The opportunity to buy live water and 2 sections of deeded land at this price is rare. Asking $1,190,000
$17,500,000  •  8,128 acres
Presenting Elk Valley, 8128 acres in North East Tennessee. Located in Campbell County, Tennessee, 45 miles north of Knoxville and about 20 miles west of Lafollette, this tract is truly a once in a lifetime property. Over eight thousand continuous acres of mountain land with great road systems, ponds, streams and multiple places for homes or cabins. Elk are found on the property along with white tail deer.
$8,300,000  •  8,096 acres
The hidden jewel of the Southwest! The C Bar Ranch, consisting of +/-6,386 deeded acres and +/-1,710 acres of NM State lease totaling +/- 8,096 acres, presents a unique opportunity to own one of the most spectacular ranches available on the market today. Everything about this ranch is top notch, from the meticulous husbandry which makes it highly Productive for both agriculture and wildlife to the breathtaking scenery and impressive history.
$15,000,000  •  7,997 acres
7,997 ± Acres 7,677± deeded acres 320± acre BLM allotment 4 homes with breathtaking mountain views Various sheds, shops, and barns Incredible cattle and equestrian facilities 3 domestic wells, 2 irrigation wells, 25,000± gallon tank 28± acre irrigation pivot, horse pastures, and timber Equipment will convey with the sale $15,000,000
$11,500,000  •  7,986 acres
Spanning approximately 7,986 acres in the Rolling Plains of West Texas, the Sugarloaf Ranch boasts a private oasis with grand views, surface water, flowing creeks, and a massive lodge built for entertainment. The ranch is about a 3-hour drive from DFW, located a short distance from Crowell, Texas and with direct access to Highway 70. Being in the heart of big ranch country in northwest Texas, Sugarloaf Ranch neighbors the historic 120,000-acre Triangle Ranch to the north, the vast 550,000-acre Waggoner Ranch, and the expansive 180,000-acre Pitchfork Ranch. LOCATION The Sugarloaf Ranch is approximately 80 miles from Wichita Falls, 160 miles from Amarillo, 155 miles from Lubbock, 195 miles from Oklahoma City, 200 miles from Fort Worth, and 220 miles from Dallas. Regional runways in Crowell (3,200') and Vernon (5,100') offer convenient access for those who prefer to fly. WILDLIFE The Sugarloaf is bordered to the east by the high-fenced, 1,500-acre Six Mile Hill Ranch and to the north by the 11,500-acre US Army Corps of Engineers land, resulting in extremely low hunting pressure that has allowed the ranch to be inhabited by a considerable population of mule and white-tailed deer. Recent dove and quail hunts have yielded impressive results, while other wildlife species such as turkey, ducks, hogs, and coyotes also call the ranch home. The diverse native vegetation sustains this rich wildlife ecosystem, fostering a harmonious balance. AGRICULTURE Discover the richness of the ranchs varied terrain, from hilly expanses to captivating canyons like the Bowley and Sloans Springs systems that run through the north sections of the ranch. Venture into the southern sections to find flat pastures adorned with juniper cedars, mesquites and hackberry trees. IMPROVEMENTS Accessed via a private road off US Highway 70, a 10,000-square-foot lodge with 9 bedrooms and 10 1/2 baths underwent an extensive renovation in 2023, offering ample accommodations for a large number of guests. Renovations included the installation of wood flooring throughout the upstairs bedrooms and second story, new granite countertops in all bathrooms, and an expanded and revamped kitchen. Four of the bedrooms feature fireplaces for added allure. The upper floor hosts a bar area complete with two pool tables, four poker tables, a spacious bar, and a central stone fireplace. In August 2023, a new roof was installed, and nearly all exterior logs of the lodge were replaced and freshly painted within the past year. WATER Water is an abundant resource on the ranch, with four primary drainages and approximately 20 water tanks that can be fished for bass year-round. The four creeks traversing the north end of the ranch tyoucaally hold water year-round. The headquarters benefit from a community water supply, while additional water sources cater to the needs of your cattle. MINERALS The sale encompasses all subsurface mineral interests owned by the seller, who possesses a fractional interest (ranging from 1/16th to 1/32nd) in the mineral estate under most sections of the ranch. The Raspberry (Caddo 6100) Field hosts five producing wells that yield an average annual income of around $7,500 for the seller, contingent upon market conditions. Lease conditions stipulate that the operator is responsible for the roads. ***Interior Lodge Pictures Coming Soon***
$13,562,500  •  7,750 acres
Blue Goose River Ranch consists of flat, fertile farmland with mesquite patches on higher elevations breaking into deep cedar-covered gorges. Twists and turns in the terrain paired with scattered knobs create valleys turning into sand-bottomed creeks. These creeks define the canyons as they merge with the North Wichita River and split the ranch. Whitetail buck ranging from 130"-150" inches are standard in Foard and Knox County, while 7,750 secluded acres with a river bottom habitat allow some mature animals to reach the 170+ inch marker. Several large flocks of Rio Grande turkey roost and thrive in the vast hackberry trees and dense chinaberry thickets. Ducks, geese, and other waterfowl are abundant due to the 3.4 miles of the meandering river and 48 bodies of water ranging from shallow grass tanks to a couple of acres of drought-proof water. Blue Goose River Ranch is a large cattle operation with outfitter potential. Headquarters sits in Foard County on the Northern 3,000 acres initially purchased in 2002. Headquarters is 16 fenced acres with the main house and the bunk house. This house is a sound three-bedroom ranch house awash with rustic charm and abundant storage. Entertain easily with a spacious kitchen with custom cabinets, a wet bar, and multiple dining areas connected to the den with a fireplace. Occupying the entire north side of the home is the primary suite featuring a fireplace, double sink bathroom, three large walk-in closets, and direct access to the laundry facilities. A bunk house sits behind the main house with the separate Foreman's home and office with farm equipment shed along FM 268. Over the next two decades, the ranch grew 4,750 acres to the south into Knox County. Blue Goose River Ranch offers 1,890 acres of wheat and hay, boosting the ranch's productivity with adequate rainfall and attracting droves of mourning and white-wing dove with the seasonal sunflowers. Across the river was acquired first, a valley etched out by Black Top Creek, including Blue Goose Hunting Camp, famed with stories of hunting lore. Then, a few other neighbors were added, spreading south to include the majority of Buffalo Creek and some badlands to add to the mysticism of this wild country. This cattle ranch has excellent perimeter fencing, being mostly 5-strand barbed wire. Each pasture is cross-fenced for rotational grazing to optimize the native grass production. This practice has boosted the local quail habitat and assisted in their comeback. Separate fields within the fenced cultivation and pastures contain a water source for cattle and wildlife. A final addition, the "Damland" added a wide, short canyon created by Bluff Creek and butted the ranch up to Truscott Brine Lake. 29+ access gates are strategically placed on the 12+ miles of county-maintained road frontage to optimize cattle rotations, farming, and access to blinds. Blue Goose River Ranch's final acreage came to 7,750, now available for the first time as one large ranch isolated in an area of Texas historically and currently known for vast swaths of land dedicated to cattle and hunting. Broker's Comments ~ Blue Goose River Ranch has "finger ridges," providing a different canyon or valley around every corner. This country makes one understand the old stories from the Wild West and how the natives could disappear without a trace. Countless draws dip and turn with signs of local wildlife still utilizing them to hide out and travel. Truscott Brine Lake is a saltwater project controlled by the Army Corp of Engineers and is open to the public. The 1,600 saltwater lake and 100-acre freshwater lake provide a sanctuary for deer and create an exceptional waterfowl habitat. The larger ponds on the ranch and river have bass, perch, and catfish, while the 100-acre freshwater lake provides true sport fishing capabilities for an outfitter or an avid fisherman. -- WATER & TERRAIN -- 3.4 miles of North Wichita Rive-18,000+/-ft; 1.14 miles of both sides-6,020+/-ft 1 river crossing; Located on E river water gap; sandy, pea gravel 33 ponds, 15 shallow tanks; Several draws with surface water potential; Bass, catfish, perch 220+/- ft of total elevation change; 150 ft draws; Rolling to flat river bottoms; Flat fields on top 2.7 mi of Black Top Creek-14,440 +/-ft, wet weather, parts navigatable by ATV or UTV when dry 4.42 mi of Buffalo Creek-23,350+/-ft in three sections-7,850+/-ft; 10,025+/-ft; 5,745+/-ft 0.73 mi of Bluff Creek-3,850 ft+/-ft-Behind Truscott Lake Dam 4 rural water meters on North-Foard with 7 troughs 2 water meters on the South-Knox with 3 troughs 3 solar water wells on troughs; 2 windmill water wells with troughs -- HEADQUARTERS & RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS -- 16 fenced acres with the main house, barns, and 1.25-ac pond 3,016 sq ft-3Bed/2Bath; Built-in '88, metal roof, slab foundation, attached two-car garage Fenced yard, well for sprinkler system, rural water meter, paved parking in front 1,280 sq ft-Bunk House; Built in '80, metal roof, slab, carport, used for storage Foreman's House on FM 268-Needs repair, electricity, and water Foreman's Office & Equipment Shed, electricity, water fenced -- COVER & WILDLIFE -- Wildlife -- Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, dove, duck, quail, specks, Sand Hill cranes, varmint, occasional mule deer Hunting -- Leased for hunting & willing to stay; Hunting Outfitter opportunities Tree Cover -- 76% wooded; Heavy to moderate; Cedar, mesquite, hackberry, willow Underbrush -- Moderate; Lotebush, bumelia, skunkbush, ephedra, cat claw, yucca, prickly pear Native Grasses -- Side-oats, blue, other grammas; buffalo, curly mesquite Grazing -- 1 animal to 35 units; Owner Operated Cultivated Soils -- Clay loams: Mostly Tillman, Rotan & Hillister; Loams: Winter; Silt loams Cultivation -- 1,890 acres; 19 fenced fields; 24% of property; Moderate to excellent farming capabilities -- RANCHING & HUNTING IMPROVEMENTS -- Completely fenced for cattle; 5-strand barb-wire in good condition Cross-fenced into large and small pastures with reliable water in each Fenced river bottom on both sides; River crossing with water gap 5 sets of working pens; 2 on the North-Foard, 3 on the South-Knox 4 sets of pens with easy access to CR Interior catch-pens 29 total gates on CR or FM road; 16 on North-Foard, 13 on South-Knox ATV/UTV dirt roads access most of the land and desirable characteristics -- MINERALS & WIND -- 50% owned minerals convey; No active production 100% wind rights convey; 1 mi W of Foard City Wind Farm; 3 mi NW of El Campo Wind Farm -- ACCESS & DISTANCES -- Main Entrance - N side of CR 361 in Foard County 12 miles of County Road frontage; 28 total gates-15 on North-Foard, 11 on South-Knox 15 miles SW of Crowell; 30 miles N of Benjamin; 45 miles SW of Vernon 100 miles W of Wichita Falls; 125 miles NW of Graham 185 miles NW of Fort Worth; 206 miles NW of DFW International Airport 235 miles NE of Midland; 160 miles E of Lubbock 4,000+/-ft Land Owner Easement thru SW portion Listing Broker: Boone Campbell (940)-282-5500 Listing Agent: Travis Patterson (254) 246-5266 Additional Notices & Disclaimers: Campbell Farm & Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents and Brokers must make first contact with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. Commission split is at Campbell Farm & Ranch LLC's sole discretion. No Trespassing--Don't hesitate to contact a Campbell Farm & Ranch team member for a showing. All information in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes. All listing information is subject to errors, omissions, change in price, change in terms, or removal from the market without notice. Campbell Farm & Ranch presents all offers; the seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers and accept backup offers.
$13,562,500  •  7,750 acres
Blue Goose River Ranch consists of flat, fertile farmland with mesquite patches breaking into deep cedar-covered gorges. Twists and turns in the terrain paired with scattered knobs create valleys turning into sand-bottomed creeks. These creeks define the canyons as they merge with the North Wichita River and split the ranch. Whitetail buck ranging from 130"-150" inches are standard in Foard and Knox County, while 7,750 secluded acres with a river bottom habitat allow some mature animals to reach the 170+ inch marker. Several large flocks of Rio Grande turkey roost and thrive in the vast hackberry trees and dense chinaberry thickets. Ducks, geese, and other waterfowl are abundant due to the 3.4 miles of the meandering river and 48 bodies of water ranging from shallow grass tanks to a couple of acres of drought-proof water. Blue Goose River Ranch is a large cattle operation with outfitter potential. Headquarters sits in Foard County on the Northern 3,000 acres initially purchased in 2002. Headquarters is 16 fenced acres with the main house and the bunk house. This house is a sound three-bedroom ranch house awash with rustic charm and abundant storage. Entertain easily with a spacious kitchen with custom cabinets, a wet bar, and multiple dining areas connected to the den with a fireplace. Occupying the entire north side of the home is the primary suite featuring a fireplace, double sink bathroom, three large walk-in closets, and direct access to the laundry facilities. A bunk house sits behind the main house with the separate Foreman's home and office with farm equipment shed along FM 268. Over the next two decades, the ranch grew 4,750 acres to the south into Knox County. Blue Goose River Ranch offers 1,890 acres of wheat and hay, boosting the ranch's productivity with adequate rainfall and attracting droves of mourning and white-wing dove with the seasonal sunflowers. Across the river was acquired first, a valley etched out by Black Top Creek, including Blue Goose Hunting Camp famed with stories of hunting lore. Then a few other neighbors were added, spreading south to include the majority of Buffalo Creek and some badlands to add to the mysticism of this wild country. This cattle ranch has excellent perimeter fencing, being mostly 5-strand barb wire. Each pasture is cross-fenced for rotational grazing to optimize the native grass production. This practice has boosted the local quail habitat and assisted in their comeback. Separate fields within the fenced cultivation and pastures contain a water source for cattle and wildlife. A final addition, the "Damland" added a wide, short canyon created by Bluff Creek and butted the ranch up to Truscott Brine Lake. 29+ access gates are strategically placed on the 12+ miles of county-maintained road frontage to optimize cattle rotations, farming, and access to blinds. Blue Goose River Ranch's final acreage came to 7,750, now available for the first time as one large ranch isolated in an area of Texas historically and currently known for vast swaths of land dedicated to cattle and hunting. Broker's Comments ~ Blue Goose River Ranch has "finger ridges," providing a different canyon or valley around every corner. This country makes one understand the old stories from the Wild West and how the natives could disappear without a trace. Countless draws dip and turn with signs of local wildlife still utilizing them to hide out and travel. Truscott Brine Lake is a saltwater project controlled by the Army Corp of Engineers and is open to the public. The 1,600 saltwater lake and 100-acre freshwater lake provide a sanctuary for deer and create an exceptional waterfowl habitat. The larger ponds on the ranch and river have bass, perch, and catfish, while the 100-acre freshwater lake provides true sport fishing capabilities for an outfitter or an avid fisherman. -- WATER & TERRAIN -- 3.4 miles of North Wichita Rive-18,000+/-ft; 1.14 miles of both sides-6,020+/-ft 1 river crossing; Located on E river water gap; sandy, pea gravel 33 ponds, 15 shallow tanks; Several draws with surface water potential; Bass, catfish, perch 220+/- ft of total elevation change; 150 ft draws; Rolling to flat river bottoms; Flat fields on top 2.7 mi of Black Top Creek-14,440 +/-ft, wet weather, parts navigatable by ATV or UTV when dry 4.42 mi of Buffalo Creek-23,350+/-ft in three sections-7,850+/-ft; 10,025+/-ft; 5,745+/-ft 0.73 mi of Bluff Creek-3,850 ft+/-ft-Behind Truscott Lake Dam 4 rural water meters on North-Foard with 7 troughs 2 water meters on the South-Knox with 3 troughs 3 solar water wells on troughs; 2 windmill water wells with troughs -- HEADQUARTERS & RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS -- 16 fenced acres with the main house, barns, and 1.25-ac pond 3,016 sq ft-3Bed/2Bath; Built-in '88, metal roof, slab foundation, attached two-car garage Fenced yard, well for sprinkler system, rural water meter, paved parking in front 1,280 sq ft-Bunk House; Built in '80, metal roof, slab, carport, used for storage Foreman's House on FM 268-Needs repair, electricity, and water Foreman's Office & Equipment Shed, electricity, water fenced -- COVER & WILDLIFE -- Wildlife ~ Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, dove, duck, quail, specks, Sandhill cranes, varmint, occasional mule deer Hunting ~ Leased for hunting & willing to stay; Hunting Outfitter opportunities. Tree Cover ~ 76% wooded; Heavy to moderate; Cedar, mesquite, hackberry, willow Underbrush ~ Moderate; Lotebush, bumelia, skunkbush, ephedra, cat claw, yucca, prickly pear Native Grasses ~ Side-oats, blue, other grammas; buffalo, curly mesquite Grazing ~ 1 animal to 35 units; Owner Operated Cultivated Soils ~ Clay loams: Mostly Tillman, Rotan & Hillister; Loams Cultivation ~ 1,890 acres; 19 fenced fields; 24% of property; Moderate to excellent farming capabilities -- RANCHING & HUNTING IMPROVEMENTS -- Completely fenced for cattle; 5-strand barb-wire in good condition Cross-fenced into large and small pastures with reliable water in each Fenced river bottom on both sides; River crossing with water gap 5 sets of working pens; 2 on the North-Foard, 3 on the South-Knox 4 sets of pens with easy access for trucks and trailers near the road Interior catch-pens 29 total gates on CR or FM road; 16 on North-Foard, 13 on South-Knox ATV/UTV dirt roads access most of the land and desirable characteristics -- MINERALS & WIND -- 50% owned minerals convey; No active production 100% wind rights convey; 1 mi W of Foard City Wind Farm; 3 mi NW of El Campo Wind Farm -- ACCESS & DISTANCES -- 12 miles of County Road frontage 28 total gates-15 on North-Foard, 11 on South-Knox 15 miles SW of Crowell; 30 miles N of Benjamin; 45 miles SW of Vernon 100 miles W of Wichita Falls; 125 miles NW of Graham 185 miles NW of Fort Worth; 206 miles NW of DFW International Airport 235 miles NE of Midland; 160 miles E of Lubbock 4,000+/-ft Land Owner Easement thru SW portion Listing Broker: Boone Campbell (940)-282-5500 Listing Agent: Travis Patterson (254) 246-5266 Additional Notices & Disclaimers: Campbell Farm & Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents and Brokers must make first contact with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. Commission split is at Campbell Farm & Ranch LLC's sole discretion. No Trespassing--Don't hesitate to contact a Campbell Farm & Ranch team member for a showing. All information in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes. All listing information is subject to errors, omissions, change in price, change in terms, or removal from the market without notice. Campbell Farm & Ranch presents all offers; the seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers and accept backup offers.
Contact for Price  •  7,680 acres
Located 15 miles north east of Dryden, Texas; Big Canyon Ranch is now available for sale. 7700 acres bisected by the largest and most scenic canyon in Terrell County, Big Canyon Ranch is a true Texas Legacy Ranch. With incredible views and topographical change throughout the ranch overlooking Big Canyon and several other smaller canyons, the scenery on the ranch is true West Texas bliss. The biodiversity in both flora and fauna is seen across the ranch from the Ocotillo cactus on the ridge line to the whitetail deer and other wildlife that call this ranch home. The extensive water distribution system throughout the ranch fed by 3 water wells across the property enable Big Canyon Ranch to continue with its long established history as a livestock operation. The ranch has working pens and traps at the headquarters of the ranch and a carrying capacity of 85 head of mother cows and 1000 head of sheep or goats. A deer management program, in operation since 1992, allows hunters to enjoy free chase hunting of white tail deer, turkey, dove, quail and varmints. Additionally, occasional mule deer and audads make the ranch their home. The unique topographical and geological character of Big Canyon Ranch make it a prime candidate for configuration as a multi-use recreational adventure park for overlanding, UTV use, rock climbing, bouldering, and mountain bike trails. With several different options as a wildlife refuge, hunting operation, or recreational destination; Big Canyon Ranch offers its new owners the opportunity to shape their very own piece of Texas. Contact the Texas LandMen today on this incredible Far West Texas Ranch.
$9,570,000  •  7,656 acres
The historic D Bar Ranch is a magnificent 7,656 +/- acre property in northern Coke County, Texas that has been owned by the same family since the 1950’s.
$16,950,000  •  7,532.21 acres
Summary: Remote, private, protected, big, wild, scenic, unique, extraordinary. These are just a few adjectives that quickly come to mind when considering the Long Hollow Ranch and the many facets and features this Hill Country River Region dandy has to offer. Blessed with a collection of live water, monstrous elevation changes, excellent habitat, abundant wildlife, and simple natural beauty, this is sure to be a property that will grab your attention and cause your imagination to run wild. Whether it’s during the day or a dark star filled Texas night sky, one could spend a lifetime here just taking in and enjoying the many views. Location: Located in the Hill Country River Region of Texas, the Long Hollow Ranch is found in northwestern Uvalde County, approximately 19 miles northwest of Uvalde, Texas, 20 miles south of Camp Wood, Texas, and is an easy hour and forty-five-minute drive west of San Antonio and two hours southwest of Austin. Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone - Conservation Easement: Scattered across portions of northern Uvalde County, there are estimated to be over 100,000 acres of ranch land in Conservation Easements held by the City of San Antonio for preservation and protection of the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone. Long Hollow Ranch and neighboring ranches to the north, east, and west constitute a contiguous block of approximately 20,000 acres that lie within these Conservation Easements. Often looked upon in a negative light by buyers because of restrictions that significantly limit the surface owner’s use of the property, this Conservation Easement is quite the opposite. While there are some restrictions that prevent development and other uses, this may very well be the least burdensome and most pro surface owner conservation easement you’ll ever encounter. The property may be ranched, hunted, fished, and enjoyed recreationally in almost any form you might want. The conservation easement also allows for two “building envelopes” within the 7,532.21 acres where you could build your private ranch home, hunting lodge, and/or cabin, and create your very own retreat to the country. As large acreage ranches become more and more scarce with continued sprawl and development, we see this as a very positive and appealing aspect of this ranch, as it and the aforementioned neighboring properties will remain undeveloped, and very much just as you see them today. Retaining that private, remote, wild feel that in many areas is only going to continue to be increasingly harder to find. To top it off, our experience in working with the good folks who oversee the Edwards Aquifer Protection Program for the City of San Antonio has been nothing but positive, and you very much get the sense that they view this as a partnership in working with the land owners. Contact agent for additional details regarding the Conservation Easement. Terrain: Long Hollow Ranch provides ~550’ of phenomenal elevation change and vista views as far as the eye can see, with everchanging topography and diverse terrain. The ranch has an irregular shape, but at its widest point measures ~ five (5) miles east and west and the same in length at ~ five (5) miles north and south. If that’s not big enough, couple it together with the ever changing and massive topographical features on the property, and you’ll understand why it drives even larger than the acreage suggests. The terrain ranges from deep hardwood and brush covered canyons, to high rocky ridgelines, outcroppings, points, and plateaus, with tree cover and other forms of vegetation that include live oak, elm, pecan, black walnut, sycamore, hackberry, chinaberry, juniper, pinion pine, Texas mountain laurel, guajillo, coyotillo, cenizo, desert willow, catclaw acacia, leatherstem, Texas persimmon, huisache, blackbrush, sotol, Spanish dagger, and many other varieties. Comanche, Tonkawa, and Lipan Apache are believed to have long ago inhabited the area and their past presence on the ranch is evidenced by artifacts that have been found. River Frontage and Additional Water Features: Over 3,000’ of beautiful, easily accessible, and highly sought after Nueces River frontage creates the northwesterly boundary of the ranch. Long Hollow, a wet weather creek, meanders through the ranch from east to west toward the Nueces River for approximately 2.35 miles and then continues for another ~1.74 miles as a property boundary. This rock bottom water way gathers and grows wider as multiple branches connect and feed into it as it carves its way through the landscape. Long Hollow will carry an abundance of water in rainy conditions, and over time has created some special features such as seasonal waterfalls and plunge pools. It’s also a great place to walk/hike and discover caves, rock outcrops, overhangs, and other unique geologic features. Numerous other wet weather tributaries of the Nueces River begin on and traverse through the ranch, providing additional seasonal water sources for wildlife and livestock. Water Wells and Storage: Two submersible pump water wells, elevated storage tank, and a network of buried water lines provide a good supply of fresh water thru the property for livestock and wildlife. This system could be tapped into for domestic use to supply a home, or additional water wells drilled if desired. Wildlife and Hunting: An abundance of native wildlife call the ranch home including whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, dove, bobwhite quail, hog, javelina, coyote, fox, and bobcat. A variety of exotic species also freely roam the ranch and region, and include some very impressive trophy axis and audad. Whether it’s from one of the many blind and feeder setups, bow stand, spot and stalk, long range, or even a high rack, the ranch and its landscape offer owner and guests a variety of hunting options to choose from. Roads and Fences: A portion of the property fronts along TX Hwy 55 where direct access off of pavement is provided to the gated ranch entrance. From there, an extensive network of improved all-weather ranch roads, unimproved pasture roads and trails provide excellent travel throughout the property. These roads and trails provide easy access to and along the Nueces River frontage, or up and along the tops of mountain ridges and plateaus. Approximately 3,600 feet of old railroad bed runs along the western portion of the ranch near the east bank of the Nueces River. This long since abandoned and removed rail line was once part of a ~37 mile stretch of railroad owned by the Uvalde & Northern Railway that connected the towns of Camp Wood and Uvalde. Reaching its peak production around 1924, the line was primarily used as a means to transport cedar posts out of the Camp Wood area, down to Uvalde, and then to markets in San Antonio and points further east. The line was removed in 1941, but remains of its presence still mark the land today and are etched as part of the history of the ranch. Some of the old railroad bed now serves as a ranch road along the western portion of the property. Some new boundary fence is currently under construction and once completed the perimeter will all be low fenced and in good condition to hold and turn livestock. There is some cross fencing in place and a set of working pens located near the middle of the ranch. Utilities: Medina Electric Cooperative provides electrical service to the property. Easements: In addition to the conservation easement, an electric transmission line easement crosses a portion of the ranch with minimal impact. Property Taxes: The property is Ag-Exempt and property taxes for 2023 are estimated to be $8,860. Airport: The nearest public airport is Garner Field Airport in Uvalde which provides an asphalt runway measuring 5,256’ in length and averages ~34 aircraft per day. It’s also a great stop for lunch at the Hangar 6 Air Café. Area: Local area attractions include the Nueces, Frio, and Sabinal Rivers, Lake Nueces, Garner State Park, Frio Bat Flight (the second largest bat population in the world that is open to public viewing), Memorial Park Golf Course in Uvalde, Frio Valley Ranch Golf Club at Concan, and of course one of the most famous nine-hole courses in the country, Utopia Golf, that gained national attention from the book and then movie, “Seven Days in Utopia”, as well as various other aspects of local interest, none of which overshadow the natural beauty of this part of our great state. Rare Astronomical Event: Long Hollow just happens to be located in an area that is forecasted to be in the prime path for viewing an annular solar eclipse that is anticipated to occur on October 14, 2023 and then a very rare total solar eclipse that is expected to take place on April 8, 2024. Following this one, the next anticipated total solar eclipse will be in 2044. Asking Price: $16,950,000 ($2,250.33 per acre) Contact: Bret Polk – Broker Associate 254-965-0349 mobile bret@ 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 Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC. All information is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC. All information is subject to change without prior notice.
$2,246,400  •  7,520 acres
McMillan Ranch has been in the same family since the 1940’s and is due west of the Eagle Mountains which tower over the ranch creating breathtaking views. This ranch offers easily accessible headquarters, 3 water wells, and several large surface tanks. Excellent hunting and recreational ranch and a mere 1.5 hours from El Paso International Airport and 1 hour from Van Horn Airport.
$5,413,140  •  7,076 acres
Under Contract
31 miles south of Marfa on paved Casa Piedra Road past the Alamito Creek bridge onto a private deeded easement road to the front gate of El Cañón Ranch. Comprised of 7,076± acres of vistas, plateaus, mountains, canyons, igneous outcrops, and sweeping grasslands making for excellent hunting opportunities. The seller will convey 50% of minerals owned. Seller’s cousin owns the Pascasio Ranch to the west which is also being marketed by King Land & Water.
$8,495,000  •  6,898 acres
Two contiguous ranches that make for one of the largest ranches in the state - 6,898 acres! Great mule & whitetail deer hunting as well as fishing opportunities. Excellent waterfowl and upland bird hunting. A fine property for grazing cattle. Hay is grown along the river, this is an actual 4 season property. The activities are endless - from riding the multiple roads to finding the ten named lakes and exploring the old gold mines.
$18,838,215  •  6,848.26 acres
To schedule a showing or for more information contact John Wildin, Broker|Partner, Hall and Hall, at 620-474-0533. The Drummond South Ranch, with over 8,418.01 acres in total under fence with a mix of 6,848.26± deeded acres and the balance of land leased from various neighbors, is now offered for sale after being owned by the same family for nearly 100 years. Frederick Drummond operated the ranch for nearly 50 years, eventually passing it along to his children. This scenic working cattle ranch is located nearly 20 miles northwest of Tulsa on a direct line, sits right above Keystone Lake, and is around three miles southwest of Skiatook Lake. One can see downtown Tulsa from several of the high points on the ranch. This ranch is made up of the rolling hills covered with the typical species of native tall grasses, in addition to the abundant stands of trees that dominate this sector of the Cross Timbers ecoregion. Numerous draws run throughout the ranch. Several of those draws at times can have water backed up in them from Keystone Lake during periods of high flows from the Arkansas River that feeds Keystone Lake. The ranch has been operated over the last 100 years by the same family as a working cattle ranch, and was typically running around 600 head of mother cows and calves annually. However, the general location of this Drummond South Ranch, with its proximity to Keystone and Skiatook Lakes, and the short drive to the Tulsa Metroplex, it’s become obvious that this land is moving in a transitional path that looks to be headed way beyond cattle ranching. This large landholding is nearly impossible to duplicate because of its unmatched location. The incredible proximity to Tulsa, Keystone Lake, and Skiatook Lake are just a few of the high points. The rolling hills of tall grass, the timbered areas full of blackjack and post oak trees, and the deep draws are home to an assorted wildlife population. The views from various high points on the ranch are stunning. The Facts: ~ 8,418± acres in total ~ 6,848± acres deeded land ~ 1,569± acres leased (multiple landowners) ~ 355± acres in joint ownership ~ 30-minute drive northwest of Tulsa, Oklahoma ~ Owned and operated by the same family over 100 years ~ Stunning scenery with rolling hills and deep draws with ponds fed by flowing creeks ~ Native tallgrass species interspersed with numerous hardwood tree stands ~ Excellent whitetail deer hunting, along with turkey, wild hogs, quail, and waterfowl ~ Very good fishing with over 45 ponds on the deeded land ~ Overlooks Keystone Lake and is just three miles southwest of Skiatook Lake ~ Located in Osage County, Oklahoma, the largest by area county in Oklahoma ~ Nearby communities of Hominy, six miles to the north and Cleveland three miles to the west ~ Osage County is home to the Osage Indian Tribe ~ Typically operated with around 600 cow/calf pairs annually ~ Average annual precipitation is 44 inches ~ Average number of days of sunshine is 234 ~ Elevations run from around 730 feet up to 1,010 feet ~ Average growing season will last up to 210 days
Contact for Price  •  6,775 acres
6,775+/- GIS-Calculated Acres of Timberland across 17 tracts in Texas and Louisiana Sealed Bids Due Thursday, February 15 10 AM Tracts Offered Individually, In Combination, or In Its Entirety Timberland Investment Properties in Texas and Louisiana These tracts range from less than 40 acres to over 750 acres in size. Properties are well situated to take advantage of the existing wood-using markets and facilities slated for construction or expansion. Elder Properties, LLC owns these offered tracts. Historically managed for timber production, the composition of the stands offers both near- and long-term income opportunities. Recreational and hunting opportunities abound, too, with many tracts containing various timber types, including hardwood bottoms, creek/river frontage, well-drained natural pine areas, and planted pine stands of various ages. All of these timber edges combine to give adequate food, water, and shelter sources to wildlife such as deer, turkey, wild hogs, and potentially ducks. The 2 tracts in Texas are in Jasper County and the 15 tracts in Louisiana are located in the Allen, Caldwell, Jefferson Davis, Morehouse, Rapides, Union, Vernon, and Winn Parishes. Ranging from bottomland hardwood to upland pine plantations, the properties offer a variety of soil types and characteristics. These properties provide excellent potential for a mixture of carbon sequestration, timber harvest, and recreational lease revenues. The property is composed of well-stocked planted pine stands of various ages, mature pine-hardwood stands, young and mature hardwood bottom stands, and cleared/harvested areas ready to be reforested or converted into pasture land. The estimated timber volumes within the merchantable timber areas are based on a sampling intensity of roughly one point using a 10-factor prism per five acres. This inventory was conducted during the early fall of 2023. Access The make-up of the access to the properties varies from direct state and local public roads to historical access across adjacent landowners. Some gates can be encountered. Recreational Leases Some of these tracts are being leased for hunting purposes. These leases can be terminated upon the wishes of any new prospective buyer, and the clubs will have sixty (60) days to remove any personal items such as stands/blinds, feeders, cameras, etc. Broker participation welcomed. Visit website for more detailed information on timber volumes, additional tract information, and detailed maps. Timberland-ForSale.com | 870-836-5981 United Country | Neeley Forestry Service John David Neeley, Broker,Lic #BROK.995688233-ACT JDNeeley@NeeleyForestryService.com United Country | Double Creek Land and Homes Brian Whatley, Texas Broker, Lic #591374 brian@doublecreekrealestate.com Visit website for full terms and conditions. Franchise office is independently owned and operated.
$3,000,000  •  6,649 acres
6 pastures with 6 livestock wells and stock tank on pipeline 1± mile south of I-76/Proctor Exit #141 via County Road 67 State Lease (1,078 AUM’s) expires 3/15/2029 Estimated Real Estate Taxes: $1,959.96 6,649.2± Total Acres - (3,769.2± acres deeded; 2,880.0± acres State Lease) Cross-fenced into 6 Pastures w/ 6 livestock wells and 1 stock tank on pipeline Working corrals Location: Access via I-76/Proctor Exit #141, 1 mile south on County Rd 67 to the northwest corner State of Colorado Lease: State Lease totals 1,078 AUMs; annual payment $21,247.38 ($19.71/AUM). Lease expires March 15, 2029 Estimated Real Estate Taxes: $1,959.96 Carrying Capacity: 5 month grazing season; historically 415 - 440± cow/calf pairs or 665 - 830± yearlings. Carrying capacity is based on 1,300# cows or 550# to 600# yearlings. Capacity is subject to precipitation, capacity of each pasture, and type, weight, and cut of cattle. 2023 Possession
$2,733,600  •  6,628 acres
For the first time on the market, immersed deep in the Western landscape, lies a spectacular and productive grass ranch.
F&R Partners