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$9,700,000  •  12,065 acres
Conveniently located in one of the best elk areas in Wyoming and only 16 miles southwest of Wheatland, the 12,065± acre Tally Ho Ranch features live water, scenic western vistas and pine covered hills. There are 5,050± deeded acres, 5,875± BLM lease acres, and 1,140± State lease acres and is owner-rated at a year-round carrying capacity of 550 cow/calf pairs with supplemental feeding is required during winter months. The focal point of this ranch is a 7,772± square foot timber frame home, built in 2015. The only thing more impressive than the interior of this home is the wildlife located outside. With ducks and geese nesting out the front door and whitetails grazing and bedding out the back, this ranch is sure to impress even the most discerning recreationalist. Hunting opportunities abound with trophy elk, whitetail deer, mule deer and antelope regularly being harvested off the ranch. The fishing along the 3+ miles of Sybille Creek is also very good. Other improvements on the ranch include a 2,768 square foot manager’s home built in 2017, a recently remodeled hunting Yurt located in the heart of the Cooney Hills, two shops, and a Powder River cattle working facility with hydraulic squeeze chute and scales. This ranch is located only two hours from the Front Range of Colorado, has easy year-round access and is located in one of the newly federally-created Opportunity Zones. Price: $9,700,000 Contact Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095, Jon Keil at (307) 331-2833 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 for more details.
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The 11,889 acre Dos Angeles Ranch is located just 12 miles Southwest of Bracketville, Texas in Kinney County. The life blood of the ranch is provided by 3 miles of beautiful Pinto Creek which meanders through the property in a southwesterly direction. Over time, the water of Pinto Creek has shaped the landscape creating a unique flavor of diversity, both reminiscent of South Texas and the Hill Country, and provides breathtaking views and towering rock bluffs. Three concrete dams strategically placed along the creek provide excellent spots for aquatic recreation and there are numerous opportunities for additional water impoundments. Improvements include a spectacular 6,500 sqft Stucco Lodge overlooking Pinto Creek. The lodge’s rustic architecture embraces the appeal and quaintness of the southwest. It also includes a swimming pool and plenty of room for outdoor entertainment. A second guest lodge is centrally located within the ranch. This hacienda style lodge contains a commercial kitchen, dining area, and game room. The pleasant outdoor courtyard is flanked by three guest houses. Each guest house has two bedrooms with private baths. Other improvements include an 8 station 5 stand shotgun coarse, top notch dog kennels, Other amenities include use of a 5,300 ft paved and lighted runway, 380 acres under two pivots and 23 irrigation wells, numerous barns, and all weather roads. The ranch has been high fenced since 1984and level 3 MLDP. Wildlife abounds on the Dos Angeles Ranch. Indigenous game species include White-tailed Deer, turkey, quail, and dove. The ranch also manages several exotic ungulate species which include Aoudad, Axis Deer, Red Deer, Black Buck Antelope, and Mouflan Sheep.
$14,700,000  •  11,745 acres
The Facts: ~ 20,338+/- acres (11,745+/- deeded) covering a sprawling alpine environment ~ Miles of flowing springs provide ample stock water and converge to form the headwaters of Sage Creek ~ Summer grazing for upwards of 1,000 mother cows utilizing the deeded ground and BLM allotments ~ Strong mix of rolling topography including creek bottom, sage hills, timber stands and a high alpine basin which collectively creates diversity in plant species ~ Two small “cowboy” cabins that were tastefully remodeled in recent years ~ Stable surrounding private landownership with some of the country’s most reputable and large-scale operators ~ 70-minute drive to Dillon, two hours to Idaho Falls offering commercial air services ~ Active conservation play with adjacency to the Blacktail Wilderness Study Area and a corridor for Absolute solitude in a remote unsung basin of southwest Montana
$50,000,000  •  11,600 acres
Greg Norman's Seven Lakes Ranch is a sportsman's paradise encompassing 11,600 acres of varied terrain.
$5,365,000  •  11,594 acres
Green Ranch on High CreekATTENTION: Seller just INCLUDED an additional 794 adjoining acres to this ranch!  As the new owner of this ranch, you will be in control of well over 11,000 acres of Colorado!A property like this comes on the market only once in a lifetime. In fact, it may take you several lifetimes to find everything that The Green Ranch has to offer. This 4,594+/- deeded acre cattle ranch leases an additional 7,000 acres+ of BLM Land, making it a genuinely working cattle operation with tremendous Colorado hunting. Capable of running up to 250 head of cattle year-round, The Green Ranch is indeed a turn-key operation.LOCATIONLocated 40 minutes from Canon City and just 21 miles from Cripple Creek, The Green Ranch is both convenient and private. The ranch itself falls into three counties; Teller, Fremont, and Park, and is just a quick drive from the Colorado Springs Airport. RANCHINGThe ranch can run 275 pair. The vast grazing lands and steep canyon walls make for a majestic ranch setting.  A creek fed by multiple springs divides the ranch providing nature’s resource to your cattle and wildlife. This ranch is well watered, and many of the natural springs would need very little improvement to make them more functional. There are at least three active springs on private land and several more on BLM acreage. Roughly 3498 acres of the deeded ground falls under a conservation easement held by Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust, protecting from over-development and stabilizing the magnificent agricultural, wildlife and hunting opportunities.  This easement is very well written and allows owners to enjoy the land in its entirety while preserving this profound habitat. It is VERY understanding about the needs of a rancher and will accommodate the new owner with their ranching needs!  There are 3 building envelopes with the ranch for new owners to consider building homes and more infrastructure. There is an additional 794 acres, within this ranch that is not under the conservation easement.HISTORYThere is an incredible array of history on The Green Ranch.  Across the entire property, you can find over half a dozen homesteads and old home sites. The owners are fourth-generation ranchers on this land. The headquarters of the Ranch is just off the highway with easy access to and from town. Improvements on the ranch include a massive storage barn and all of the pens needed for running and working your cattle. The nearby home is ready to be remodeled to meet your needs. Beyond this home site, which consists of a ten-acre building envelope, there are two additional five-acre building envelopes strategically located across the 3498 acres on the ranch under the conservation easement.   The 794 acres offers a plethora of choices for additional building sites.INCOME OPPORTUNITIESBeyond running a strong cattle operation, the income potential of this property is limitless. The jaw-dropping vistas are the perfect backdrop for a wedding venue, a dude ranch with miles and miles of horseback riding, a fully functioning guiding operation, or any number of other possibilities.For additional information call, Twila Geroux, at 719-371-4344
$4,375,000  •  11,594 acres
Green Ranch on High Creek ATTENTION: Seller just INCLUDED an additional 794 adjoining acres to this ranch!  As the new owner of this ranch, you will be in control of well over 11,000 acres of Colorado! A property like this comes on the market only once in a lifetime. In fact, it may take you several lifetimes to find everything that The Green Ranch has to offer. This 4,594+/- deeded acre cattle ranch leases an additional 7,000 acres+ of BLM Land, making it a genuinely working cattle operation with tremendous Colorado hunting. Capable of running up to 250 head of cattle year-round, The Green Ranch is indeed a turn-key operation. LOCATION Located 40 minutes from Canon City and just 21 miles from Cripple Creek, The Green Ranch is both convenient and private. The ranch itself falls into three counties; Teller, Fremont, and Park, and is just a quick drive from the Colorado Springs Airport.  RANCHING The ranch can run 275 pair. The vast grazing lands and steep canyon walls make for a majestic ranch setting.  A creek fed by multiple springs divides the ranch providing nature’s resource to your cattle and wildlife. This ranch is well watered, and many of the natural springs would need very little improvement to make them more functional. There are at least three active springs on private land and several more on BLM acreage. Roughly 3498 acres of the deeded ground falls under a conservation easement held by Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust, protecting from over-development and stabilizing the magnificent agricultural, wildlife and hunting opportunities.  This easement is very well written and allows owners to enjoy the land in its entirety while preserving this profound habitat. It is VERY understanding about the needs of a rancher and will accommodate the new owner with their ranching needs!  There are 3 building envelopes with the ranch for new owners to consider building homes and more infrastructure. There is an additional 794 acres, within this ranch that is not under the conservation easement. HISTORY There is an incredible array of history on The Green Ranch.  Across the entire property, you can find over half a dozen homesteads and old home sites. The owners are fourth-generation ranchers on this land. The headquarters of the Ranch is just off the highway with easy access to and from town. Improvements on the ranch include a massive storage barn and all of the pens needed for running and working your cattle. The nearby home is ready to be remodeled to meet your needs. Beyond this home site, which consists of a ten-acre building envelope, there are two additional five-acre building envelopes strategically located across the 3498 acres on the ranch under the conservation easement.   If a Buyer opts to include the additional 794 acres, it offers a plethora of choices for additional building sites. INCOME OPPORTUNITIES Beyond running a strong cattle operation, the income potential of this property is limitless. The jaw-dropping vistas are the perfect backdrop for a wedding venue, a dude ranch with miles and miles of horseback riding, a fully functioning guiding operation, or any number of other possibilities. For additional information call, Twila Geroux, at 719-371-4344
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$19,556,800  •  11,504 acres
$21,000,000
Fisher RanchThe Fisher Ranch, one of Oklahoma’s larger reputation ranches, consisting of 11,504± acres, is located 60 miles south of Tulsa in McIntosh County. This good working ranch is being operated as a year-round home for 1,500 cows and approximately 70 ranch horses. Lying along on both sides of State Highway 9, just east of the Indian Nation Turnpike, the ranch is easily accessible and centrally located in the heart of cattle country. Put together by longtime rancher Roy Fisher, and recognized and awarded for its stewardship practices over many years, this ranch has a rich history of raising strong cattle and excellent ranch horses. The Fisher Ranch is nestled in the surrounding hills and is interspersed by live creeks, and numerous lakes and ponds. There are trophy whitetail deer, turkey, quail, and outstanding fishing on the property, all of which add to the income stream of this outfit. As the crow flies, it is less than a half-mile to the largest lake in Oklahoma, Lake Eufala.The Facts:11,504± deeded acres1,400± leased acres adjoining the ranch to the westApproximately 50 percent of the property is native grass, approximately 40 percent is bermudagrass, and approximately 10 percent is brush coveredHistorically running 1,500± cow/calf pairs annually (includes the leased acres)Typically run around 70 horses on the ranch annuallyThere is a 280± acre grass hay meadowThe ranch is estimated to have over 100 ponds/lakesThe improvements are older and modest, with three sets of working pens and two homes used as rentalsReal estate taxes are approximately $10,230Priced at $1,825 per acre (includes 50 percent of minerals owned by the sellers)
$36,500,000  •  11,300 acres
White Pine Double Heart Ranch combines virtually every quality that one looks for in a mountain ranch. On the recreational side, it has outstanding wildlife viewing and big game hunting as well as nearly five miles of near blue ribbon quality fishing on Tomichi Creek. It also adjoins the national forest and ties together thousands of acres of leased public land. From the point of view of location, it is 26 miles east of Gunnison which offers a dynamic small Colorado mountain town plus commercial air service. The ranch is also an hours’ drive to Crested Butte which is a world-class destination ski resort and only ten miles from the Monarch ski area. Contrary to many mountain retreats in Colorado, it has a viable livestock operation estimated at 800 animal units which operates on 11,300± deeded acres and approximately 45,000 acres of state, BLM and USFS grazing leases and permits. Its land base offers an appealing mix of lush irrigated meadows with early water rights in excess of 100 CFS that produce around 2,500± tons of hay per year on 2,500± irrigated acres. Sagebrush uplands transition to timbered mountain pastures and heavily timbered areas at the upper elevations of the ranch. Improvements include a large lodge complex that sleeps up to 26 and offers the potential for a viable commercial guest/hunting operation or corporate retreat. It can also simply function as a base for a family. In addition, White Pine Double Heart has three “owner quality” homes, five manager and staff houses and good quality ranch operating facilities. The ranch controls 250 square miles with associated outfitting and guiding permits. The ranch also participates in Colorado’s Parks and Wildlife Landowner Preference Program (LLP) and is currently allocated 19 deer and 19 antelope tags. White Pine Double Heart Ranch is a scenic ranch with broad meadows and both open and timbered pastures. The towering Tomichi Dome rises right out of the middle of the property. In summary, this is a fully improved operating mountain ranch in a great location with a full complement of scenic and recreational amenities. The Facts: ~ 11,300± deeded acres ~ 45,000+ acres of state, BLM and national forest leased land ~ 26 miles east of Gunnison, CO and Gunnison–Crested Butte Regional Airport ~ Less than an hour to Crested Butte and 10 miles west of Monarch ski area ~ Direct access off Highway 50 ~ Exceptional 10,000+ square foot primary lodge can accommodate 26 guests comfortably ~ Eight additional homes, equipment shop, barn, and working facilities for livestock ~ Just over five miles of both banks of Tomichi Creek ~ Brown and rainbow trout fishery ~ Adjacent to the Gunnison National Forest, BLM and state land ~ Ranch surrounds iconic landmark of Tomichi Dome and is close to Fossil Ridge Wilderness Area ~ 2,500± Irrigated meadows ~ 2,500± tons of hay ~ 100 CFS of water rights ~ Currently running 800 cow/calf pairs ~ Abundant grazing land ~ Outstanding wildlife habitat ~ The ranch controls 250 square miles of rangeland and associated outfitting and guiding permits ~ Located in GMU 551 ~ Park and Wildlife Landowner Preference Program (LLP) allocates 19 deer and 19 antelope tags ~ Elk tag process changes annually ~ Elk, deer, bear, moose, antelope, mountain lion and a variety of small game animals and birds
$6,500,000  •  11,292 acres
Whitetail Creek Ranch - Fairfield, Billings County, North Dakota: Located on the edge of the famous North Dakota Badlands, the Whitetail Creek Ranch is a solid, year-round cow/calf operation. This well-watered, hard grass ranch produces heavy calf weights each year. Currently, the owners run approximately 400 head of cattle on a combination of 3,680± deeded acres, 640± State of North Dakota lease acres, and 7,000± federal lease acres through Medora Grazing Association permits for a total of 11,320± acres. Approximately 700 of the deeded acres are used as a feed base to produce hay for winter feed for the cattle. Deep, tree and brush filled draws provide amazing winter protection for the cattle and a perfect habitat for the flourishing wildlife found on the ranch. Developed springs, wells, pipelines, and reservoirs produce abundant, year round water across the entire property. The well maintained improvements include a beautiful three bedroom, two bath home on a walk-out basement with an attached two-car garage; horse barn; three cattle barns; equipment shop; and detached garage. The ranch is easily accessible year-round off of US Highway 85 via well maintained county roads, and is close to larger communities that offer many retail, banking, and health care options. Contact Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 for details. Price: $6,500,000
$7,900,000  •  11,286 acres
Lone Tree Cattle RanchThe Lone Tree Cattle Ranch is huge, productive, scenic, wild and secluded. It’s tens of thousands of acres of native range are accompanied by thousands in productive cropland on flat bench tops. Joining these, the Missouri River Breaks cascade down to join 280 miles and 1.2 million acres of the upper Missouri River in a contiguous complex of designated National Wild and Scenic River, Monument and Wildlife Refuges. This ranch holds a big key to access to adjoining public lands. Together they represent a spectacular array of wildlife, unique geological features, endless recreational opportunities and significant historical values. Included are elk, deer, antelope, sharp-tailed grouse, turkey and Bighorn sheep. Remoteness, peace and solitude are here, one and one-half hour drive to the nearest town.The Facts:35 miles south of Lloyd, 55 miles east of Big Sandy28,700± total acres, 11,286± deeded3,775± acres dryland crop mostly in wheat; with some in tame grasses and alfalfa16,335± acres BLM and 1,080± acres of state grazing leases (1,203 AUM’s)Excellent stock water10 miles of BLM leased lands fronting along the Missouri RiverTwo small houses, corrals, shops, barns, grain bins, telephone and electricityElk, mule deer, antelope, sharp-tailed grouse, turkey, Bighorn sheepRiver fishing 
$3,300,000  •  11,118 acres
Otter Creek consists of 6,178+- deeded, 3,560+- BLM, and 1,380+- State acres in Powder River County, Montana priced at $705 per deeded.
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$9,500,000  •  11,071 acres
$9,500,000
THE BEST OF THE AMERICAN WEST- large cattle ranch with good ROI, excellent views & productivity, plus excellent hunting.9,323 deeded acres;11,071 total acres. Currently running 600 cows; 15 min. to Sheridan, WY. CAN BE PURCHASED TURN-KEY with cows and equipment. You can't find a better cattle ranch.
$4,900,000  •  11,000 acres
Engdahl RanchThe Engdahl Ranch has been owned and operated by the Engdahl family for over 80 years. This productive and well-managed grass ranch includes 15,797± acres of which approximately 11,257 are deeded; the balance consists of 3,900± acres of BLM lease and 640± acres of state lease. The ranch is predominantly native range with approximately 1,300 acres of productive dryland farm ground. There are significant stands of pine in the most northern reaches of the ranch as well as several seasonal drainages. Good water, strong forage and thick cover are the key ingredients that make this both a great livestock ranch and an outstanding hunting property for deer and elk. The headquarters is located approximately 20 miles northwest of Jordan and has two well-cared-for homes, and ancillary support buildings for machinery and livestock.The Facts:15,790± total acres11,250± deeded acres4,500± BLM and State leases 1,300 acres of dryland farm ground20 miles northwest of Jordan, MontanaGood-quality improvements Strong year-round reservoirs Deer and elk hunting
$4,266,000  •  10,800 acres
This is Western Hill Country and rugged Canyon Country at its finest. An area filled with history and amazing natural habitat and wildlife. Meyers Canyon was named for one of the black Seminole soldiers who served under Lt. John L. Bullis and who lived at Fort Meyers on the bank of the canyon. In the late 1870s and early 1880s, Black Seminole scouts, who were known as the Black Watch, occupied the small outpost called Fort Meyers, which was located above the canyon downstream from Rainbow Ranch. Prehistoric people lived in the limestone caves before that time in natural rockshelters along the main and side canyons where they left middens, fire-blackened cave walls, rock art and artifacts. Sixteenth-century Comanches raided across the Rio Grande into this same country, leaving more pronounced black images including those of Spanish Settlers. Rainbow Ranch was assembled by the current family of owners, starting in 1991 and today is a solid 10,800 acre block of rolling hills and huge limestone canyons with a diverse assemblage of native vegetation. The ranch is situated at the convergence of three biologically-distinct eco-regions in Texas; the Texas Hill Country to the east, the Chihuahuan Desert to the west, and the subtropical Tamaulipan Brushland to the south, creating one of the most unique wildlife habitats in the state. The north/south orientation of Highway 349 allows several entrances to different parts of the ranch and into a network of roads allowing access to both sides of the major canyons and along several internal smaller canyons and ridgetops. This is not flat Plateau country with dissected canyons, but rather an extensive landscape of rolling hills, valleys and long canyons creating very scenic and amazingly beautiful views. There are very few improvements on the ranch outside the two primitive hunting camps; roads, working windmills, and old ranching facilities. With topography ranging from just below 2,000 to over 2,400 feet there are many building sites with distant views or vistas of sheer wall canyons.
$5,500,000  •  10,700 acres
Permitted for 8,000 AUMs Over 10,700 total acres of Mono County Land 2 Appropriated Irrigation Rights Permits 79 Appropriated Stockwater Rights Permits $5,500,000 Historical and scenic high mountain summer grazing range in the Bodie Hills combined with high desert winter grazing range near Mono Lake in Eastern Mono County, California. Property consists of 10,000 non-contiguous deeded acres interspersed in The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) grazing permits. The Bodie Hills grazing permit surrounds the ghost town of Bodie and extends north through meadows and aspen groves surrounding the Halfway, Meadow Canyon, Big Flat and other deeded parcels. Throughout the deeded parcels are 79 stock water righted springs and creeks dating back to the 1860's. The properties range in elevation from around 7,000 ft to 9,500 ft. The Bodie Hills grazing permit allows for 5,647 AUM's (animal unit months) or a maximum of 1,791 head of cattle grazing from June 1 through October 15 annually. The Mono Sand Flat permit allows for 2,360 AUM's or a maximum of 505 head of cattle to graze from Dec. 1 through May 31 annually. Near Mono Lake, the Burkham Unit consists of an off-grid two story rock house, a rock well house and corrals. Combined with the nearby Kirkwood parcel there are close to 1,000 deeded acres partially fenced surrounded by the Mono Sand Flat grazing permit. Kirkwood Springs is water-righted for 10 acres of pasture irrigation as well as stock water. Nearby, the 160 acre Waford Spring parcel has stock water rights and a permit to irrigate 10 acres from Cottonwood Creek. Northeast of Bodie lies the 520 acre Seven Trough and Gregory properties that are connected by a fenced corridor. Water rights on Gregory Creek include irrigation of 10 acres along with stock water rights. These properties are partially fenced. On the 160 acre Halfway property, 10 acres of meadow are partially fenced, and there is an o -grid cabin with a newer tin roof in a pretty setting below Aspen groves. This has been used as a summer cowboy camp for over 70 years. Most of the larger deeded parcels in the Bodie Hills are used as holding fields when cattle are being gathered off of federal allotments. Access to the mountain properties is easiest from the Bridgeport Valley side via the Bodie Road off of Hwy 395. From Nevada, routes are through minimum maintained roads in Del Monte Canyon or the China Camp area.
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$19,000,000  •  10,598 acres
$22,000,000
Miller Lake RanchMiller Lake Ranch represents a unique opportunity to effectively own your own national park. This 10,000± acre alpine ranch includes the tops of two 10,000-foot-tall granite peaks and miles of the Continental Divide. Rock ridges loom 1,500 feet above the timber, lakes and creek of this dead-end mountain valley. Privacy is here in the extreme. Wolves, bears, elk, deer, sheep and moose all summer here. Cutthroat trout fill the lake. Winter is deep in snow and pristine. Yet, for all its seclusion, the Miller Lake Ranch is located surprisingly close to airports, interstate, towns, hospitals and supplies. The Facts • 10,598± deeded acres • City of Anaconda -- 14 miles • Commercial air service -- 26 miles • Mill Creek -- 6.7 miles of creek on the ranch • Three lakes: 12± acre Miller Lake 7± acre Lost Lake 14± acre Tenmile Lake • Continental Divide ownership -- 5 miles • Pubic lands boundary -- 7 miles • Timbered creek-lined valley framed by two 10,000-foot-tall granite mountain ridges • Jet-capable airport with instrument approach -- 9 miles • Trout fishing (in addition to the ranch’s creek and lake) on fabled Blue Ribbon Big Hole River -- 12 miles • State Scenic Highway entrance • 6,500’ to 10,500’ elevations • America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses (Golf Digest rated) Nicklaus Signature golf course – 14 miles • Top 100 rated Critical Access Hospital in America – 14 miles • Fairmont Hot Springs Resort – 16 miles; includes spa, dining, water slide • Downhill skiing – 32 miles to Discovery Basin • Water skiing – 26 miles to Georgetown Lake
$10,750,000  •  10,500 acres
There are 10504.98 +/- deeded acres as per tax rolls. The ranch also includes Idaho State Leases & BLM Leases on approximately 4,634.76 acres. Complete inventory of allotments and leases shall be provided to qualified buyers. The Aslett Ranch offers every desirable feature of a trophy property: irrigated meadows, senior water rights, outstanding fishing and hunting, all mostly surrounded by miles of BLM land. See Media tab.
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$33,500,000  •  10,349.5 acres
$45,000,000
Motherwell RanchSpanning an enormous block of contiguous deeded land rising from the river valley to the mountaintop, the Motherwell Ranch is distinguished by its exceptional privacy, diverse landscape, abundant water, plentiful wildlife and accessible location. This landmark property stands out as a rare example of a large-scale Colorado mountain ranch combining multi-faceted recreational and agricultural resources in one complete and balanced package. The Motherwell is situated in the scenic Williams Fork River valley along the north flank of the Flat Tops Mountains of northwest Colorado. Entering at the ranch gate, one is immediately struck by the stunning landscape embodied by this 10,350+/- acre property. From the cottonwood-lined river and hay meadows in the foreground to the timbered skyline in the distance, nearly the entire field of view is encompassed by the ranch. Beyond the private bridge over the river, the ranch rises 2,550 feet in elevation over 5 miles to the national forest boundary, blending a rich mosaic of irrigated meadows, grass pastures, rolling foothills, verdant mountain parks, and forests of aspen and conifers. The upper third of the ranch was formerly a part of Routt National Forest and remains representative of the quality and character of the finest lands found in our national forests. Historically, the ranch has been operated as a highly-regarded hunting destination for trophy elk and mule deer. Complementing the outstanding wildlife component of the Motherwell is plentiful water for fishing, boating, aesthetics, irrigation, and stock water. Its slopes are predominantly north-facing, resulting in lush ecosystems laden with a multitude of springs, creeks, ponds, and wallows. The higher elevations of the property are highlighted by three beautiful mountain lakes ranging between 10 and 20 surface acres in size. The lower ranch is anchored by 3.3 miles of both sides of the Williams Fork River, an excellent trout fishing stream. The scenic and recreational strengths of the Motherwell are further enhanced by its extraordinary privacy and location. Encompassing one contiguous land mass of more than 16 square miles, the ranch has no private inholdings and no impacts from public roads. This is rare for a ranch this size, and results in exceptional seclusion. Yet, for all its privacy, the front gate is only 20 minutes from the region’s commercial airport and world-class ski resort amenities with full services are only 45 minutes away in Steamboat Springs, striking the perfect balance between accessibility and escape. Well-suited improvements consisting of the ranch headquarters buildings, owner’s home, guest cabins and hunting lodge provide comfortable accommodations without being overdone. Extensive equestrian facilities are complemented by livestock operation support buildings and quality fencing. Private bridges over the river link to an excellent network of interior roads and trails to access all the various activity destinations throughout the ranch. Thoughtfully assembled by current ownership through a series of private and public land acquisitions, the Motherwell has benefited from enduring stewardship that is now in its fourth decade. Additionally, there are no conservation easements on the ranch, leaving it unrestricted and preserving that option for the next owner. The Motherwell is a rare example of the ideal Colorado legacy mountain ranch. It’s what many would create if they were able to craft their ultimate ranch from scratch. They would start with a massive block of private land with a river valley on one end, the national forest boundary on the other, and a diverse and scenic landscape throughout. The ranch would have plenty of quality water for fishing and excellent habitat for wildlife and livestock. It would be all in one contiguous unit with no public roads or public access for exceptional privacy. It would be well-balanced, multidimensional, and offer a wide variety of outdoor pursuits for multiple generations. Lastly, it would be located in an undeveloped rural valley that is easily accessible from a commercial airport and vibrant mountain town. There is only one Colorado ranch on the market that fits this description and there may never be another one. It’s hard to imagine a more attractive and complete package than what is available with the Motherwell. The Facts10,350+/- acres all in one contiguous block, 5 to 6.5 miles north-south and 3 to 4.5 miles east-west.Elevations from 6,650 to 9,200 feet with 2,550 feet of elevation change from bottom to top.Borders Routt County Road 29 on the north end which is maintained year-round.Borders four miles of national forest on the south end.Borders 2.5 miles BLM on the west side.90+/- acre of BLM land inside of the ranch boundaries, leased by ranch and no public access.3,070+/- acres were formerly Routt National Forest and were conveyed to private ownership in 1972 and 1992.3.3 miles of both sides of the East Fork of the Williams Fork River, a great fishing stream.The river is a medium gradient freestone stream averaging 25 – 50 feet in width.Additionally three tributary streams flow through the ranch – Second Creek, Sand Creek and Butler Creek. Three large high mountain lakes range in size from approximately 10 to 16.5 surface acres, plus a 4 acre lake by the river and countless ponds, springs and wallows throughout the ranch.Approximately 24.5+/- CFS of irrigation water rights.Outstanding recreation is balanced by productive alfalfa and grass hay meadows and cattle grazing.Predominantly north facing slopes, contributing to lusher ecology than would be found on south and west facing slopes.Varied vegetation including cottonwood and willow river and creek bottoms, irrigated meadows, alfalfa, grass, sage, brush, oaks, aspens and dark timber.The ranch lays out very nicely from bottom to top and although it is very diverse, the terrain of the ranch is gentle and usable with an abundance of parks, benches, basins, hills and valleys.Tremendous elk and mule deer hunting due to exceptional habitat, location and herd migrations.Both resident and migratory elk utilize the ranch.  The area’s White River elk herd is largest in the world.Currently 4,000 +/- acres high-fenced park with trophy elk herd provides additional hunting options through private management.  This could be enhanced or discontinued by next owner.Excellent network of interior roads and trails throughout the ranch.Well-built and comfortable improvements consisting of:Ranch headquartersOwner’s homeThree guest cabinsHunting lodgeEquestrian facilityLocated only 20 minutes (17 miles) from the regional airport and 45 minutes (37 miles) from ski resort town amenities in Steamboat Springs.The ranch was assembled by current ownership starting in the mid 1980s and expanded with several additions during the 1990s and early 2000s.No public roads bisect the ranch.No private inholdings.No public inholdings with public access.No conservation easement.***FOR HIGH RESOLUTION PHOTO GALLERY, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND A VARIETY OF PROPERTY MAPS VISIT HALL AND HALL PROPERTY WEBSITE ***
$34,000,000  •  10,343 acres
Zeman RanchZeman Ranch offers a secure investment in 10,343± deeded acres of prime Nebraska farm and ranchland. It is located in Rock County, Nebraska near Bassett. The ranch includes 5,640± center pivot irrigated acres supported by the world’s second largest aquifer, the Ogallala Aquifer, which is a highly valued natural resource underling nearly all of Nebraska. The balance of over 4,700 acres includes outstanding improvements, lush grass and hay utilization and crop aftermath for 2,300 cows/calf pairs, and a 2,500 head open air feeding facility all of which make this an outstanding ranch opportunity.The Facts:10,343± deeded acres5,640± center pivot irrigated acres8 miles south of Bassett, NEExcellent cropland yieldsCurrent running 2,300 cow/calf pairsOpen air feeding facility handles 2,500 headGrassland consists of upland and meadow sub-irrigated acres51 registered irrigation wells plus 4 stock/domestic wellsExtensive operational facilities in good condition3,600 linear feet of concrete bunks and 24 feeding pens3,200 sq. ft. 3 bed 3 bath owner’s log homeEmployee housing, barns, shops and grain storageAbundant big game and upland birds 
$9,031,750  •  10,322 acres
This high Chihuahuan Desert ranch has elevations ranging from 4,200 feet to 6,400 feet and is a series of canyons, peaks, valleys, rolling flats, and arroyos creating rugged yet accessible terrain. Sunrises and sunsets on this ranch are nothing short of stunning and vistas stretch into the distance
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$13,619,760  •  10,318 acres
$15,900,000
Located on the southern edge of the Edwards Plateau just before the hills give way to the South Texas Plains, Piñon Ranch’s 10,318+/- acres are a fusion of the Hill Country and South Texas.  Dramatic topography, unspoiled vistas, and diverse plant species - including piñon pines!
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$8,750,000  •  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 7.5 miles in length and controlling the majority of Kimball Mountain. The ranch features a diverse blend of topography including lower valley benches with dramatic 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 top-of-the-ranch views of surrounding canyons, mountaintops and valley floors are truly inspiring. 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. Diverse habitat also insures healthy populations of raptors, song birds, and a host of other wildlife. The ranch is typically stocked with 40 pair or 80 yearlings during the 5-month summer grazing season. 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 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 is an hour and Rifle is a 45 minute drive from the ranch. Vail, Beaver Creek and Aspen are all within two hours of the ranch, with Denver about 3.5 hours to the east. The Facts: ~ 10,282± deeded acres in single, contiguous block of unimproved land ~ Beautiful terrain with expansive views of surrounding canyons, valleys, and mountains ~ Diverse habitat with trophy mule deer and elk hunting in Colorado GMU 31 ~ Bordering BLM lands and notable private ranch with exceptional trophy game management ~ Average stocking rate of 40 pair during the 5-month grazing season ~ Excellent private internal road ~ Year-round access to the ranch via paved and maintained county road ~ Short drive to angling and rafting on the Colorado River ~ 13 miles from De Beque and 14 miles from the I-70 corridor ~ One hour drive to Grand Junction and commercial and private air service ~ 45 minute drive to Rifle and private air service ~ Less than two hours from Aspen, Vail, and Beaver Creek ~ 3.5 hours from Denver ~ Unencumbered by conservation easements
Contact for Price  •  9,700 acres
Meyers Springs Ranch-9700 acres History is sometimes an ephemeral concept, expressed in stories and songs, but not always something we can connect with in a physical, tactile way. The Meyers Spring Ranch in Terrell County, Texas, is the exception. This plus-or-minus 9,700-acre ranch has history on display. Walking among the real historical artifacts on Meyers Spring is an experience you won't soon forget. And in addition to these unique ancient sites, the ranch offers the very best of west Texas hunting and recreation, packaged along with quality improvements and excellent ranch infrastructure. Located approximately 45minutes south of Interstate 10 the ranch is accessed at the end of an all-weather county road through a gated entry. The Meyers Springs ranch is made up of two major sections: an 7,800 acre main parcel and a 2,000 acre game pasture. A good system of well-maintained roads provides access to all corners of this ranch. This area of Texas is characterized by sweeping panoramic views, a healthy variety of native brush, and excellent habitat for a variety of native and exotic game. The ranch has been managed for trophy deer, and the wildlife includes whitetail deer, mule deer, gemsbok, turkey, quail, dove, and the occasional black bear. But the real prize of this one-of-a-kind ranch are the unbelievable historical remnants of Native American Indians that inhabited this ranch for thousands of years. They left their metaphorical footprints all over the ranch -- most prominently in the form of incredibly well-preserved pictographs found on a bluff near Meyers Spring. These paintings have been studied extensively by archaeologists and historians from around the country, and the scenes are thought to tell the stories of their time, including images of European contact. The pictographs have been protected by the overhanging bluff, keeping them bright and prominent on these walls. Since water is such a valuable resource in this area, the ranch was also home to an outpost for black Seminole soldiers in the 1870s and 1880s. Massive amounts of water pour out of the walls into a man-made reservoir that contains thousands of gallons of spring water, as well as a variety of fish. A cornerstone of the dam is etched with the year of construction -- 1901 -- constructed by Lt. John Bullis, a hero of the Civil War who eventually commanded soldiers in this area of west Texas. This site is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and a plaque has been erected as a monument to that distinction. The canyon and spring are named for one of the soldiers that served under Lt. Bullis. The black Seminole scouts were known as the Black Watch, and they built a small fort near the spring, consisting of fifteen one-room adobe huts and two stone houses, one of which has been painstakingly restored to its original form. More modern improvements are located near the headquarters, including a high-quality manufactured home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. This home is perched on a high point with incredible views in every direction. In addition, a large barn stores implements and ranch gear. Nearby, two more bunk houses and a game cleaning station have been constructed. For easy access to the ranch, a hangar and two airstrips are positioned so that takeoffs and landings are possible no matter the wind direction. The main runway is 3,500 feet in length, long enough to support even larger aircraft. Ranch infrastructure includes eight water wells, 13 earthen tanks, 17 hunting blinds, and remote video monitoring systems for the deer feeders. This amazing property has so much to offer that it must be seen in person to be truly appreciated. Contact Duperier Texas Land Man for more information about Meyers Spring Ranch -- one of the most historic pieces of private land in west Texas. With agreeable terms. Seller would consider owner financing.
$11,750,000  •  9,669 acres
Peterson Ranch is situated in the rolling hills of Central Montana near Buffalo and approximately 30 miles southwest of Lewistown. It is comprised of approximately 9,669± total acres, of which 8,549± acres are deeded and 1,120 acres are a State of Montana lease. The Ranch is positioned on the western side of the Snowy Mountain Range and the north slope of the Little Belt Mountains in the famed Judith Basin. With over 4,012 acres of dry-land farm ground, Peterson Ranch is a rare opportunity to own one of the premier blocked-up and contiguous dry-land farms in one of the Big Sky State’s most productive basin settings.