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$3,950,000  •  4,642 acres
$4,502,740
Cedar Creek Ranch is a contiguous block of 8,028± total acres in the Powder River Breaks of Montana along its southern border. The area is notably some of the best grass and grazing in the country, and the tall flowing stands provide shelter and cover for abundant populations of grouse and partridge. The ranch is currently leased by a local rancher that manages the ground and grazing practices with perfection. The “take half, leave half” operation in terms of grass is how the current tenant operates, creating harmony between livestock and wildlife. There are nine freshwater livestock tanks that make it possible to fully utilize the grazing resource. Recreationally, the ranch boasts the ability for private, quiet enjoyment; it is far enough away from “town” but just close enough to enjoy day trips. One can expect to find world-class bull elk, and mule deer, or perhaps stretch your legs and track down either Sharp Tailed grouse or Hungarian Partridge or both. Additional big game consists of black bear, mountain lion, coyote, and bobcat, all helping to keep the environment exciting and the cycle of life in balance. In the event bird or big game hunting are not the primary focus, hunting for Native American artifacts from the mid-1800s is entirely a possibility. This area of the Powder River Region is rich with US cavalry and Native American history. The ranch has electricity run from one end almost to the far end with RV electrical hook-ups installed. The current ranch owner has spent the last few years cleaning up old fences, small sheds, and other benign materials. The property has no permanent improvements for living quarters but is ready to build with a variety of building sites near shallow water tables and electrical hookups. The owner currently pilots his helicopter into the ranch to cut down on travel time, and it gives one the ability to see more wildlife from the air. Some of the ranch and the Powder River Region, in general, are too rough to see from UTV or other ground transportation, and the helicopter provides the ultimate way to see more wildlife and scenery. The ranch is located 52 miles southwest from Broadus on graveled county roads and can also be reached from the Wyoming side and lies 54 miles north from Clearmont. The nearest major town is Sheridan, Wyoming which lies just over an hour’s drive to the southwest. Recreationally, the ranch boasts the ability for private, quiet enjoyment; it is far enough away from “town” but just close enough to enjoy day trips. One can expect to find world-class bull elk, and mule deer, or perhaps stretch your legs and track down either Sharp Tailed grouse or Hungarian Partridge or both. Additional big game consists of black bear, mountain lion, coyote, and bobcat, all helping to keep the environment exciting and the cycle of life in balance. In the event bird or big game hunting are not the primary focus, hunting for Native American artifacts from the mid-1800s is entirely a possibility. This area of the Powder River Region is rich with US cavalry and Native American history. The ranch has electricity run from one end almost to the far end with RV electrical hook-ups installed. The current ranch owner has spent the last few years cleaning up old fences, small sheds, and other benign materials. The property has no permanent improvements for living quarters but is ready to build with a variety of building sites near shallow water tables and electrical hookups. The owner currently pilots his helicopter into the ranch to cut down on travel time, and it gives one the ability to see more wildlife from the air. Some of the ranch and the Powder River Region, in general, are too rough to see from UTV or other ground transportation, and the helicopter provides the ultimate way to see more wildlife and scenery. The ranch is located 52 miles southwest from Broadus on graveled county roads and can also be reached from the Wyoming side and lies 54 miles north from Claremont. The nearest major town is Sheridan, Wyoming which lies just over an hour’s drive to the southwest. The Facts: ~ Abundant upland game populations ~ Excellent wildlife habitat with a mixture of timber and grass ~ Area known for large genetic bull elk in the 400” class ~ Area known for large mule deer in the 190-200” class ~ Natural springs in multiple locations ~ Developed interior road systems ~ Interior fenced pastures ~ Deeded lands are blocked up for added privacy ~ Remote isolated private recreation ~ Well-maintained county roads to the entrance ~ Sophisticated nine-tank freshwater system for wildlife and livestock ~ Power runs from the north end to the southern end of the ranch
$19,750,000  •  4,599 acres
Nebraska Irrigated Farm is a unique opportunity to own a large, irrigated farm located in Arthur and McPherson counties, northeast of Ogallala or southeast of Arthur, Nebraska. The farm consists of 4,599± deeded acres and offers 21 irrigated center pivot systems covering 2,744± acres supported by the world’s second-largest aquifer, the Ogallala Aquifer, which is a highly valued natural resource underlying parts of eight states – and nearly all in Nebraska. No pumping restriction on the farm and crop production provides a strong return to the investor with corn, soybean, and alfalfa production among the best in the area. Twenty-one center-pivot irrigated systems water the irrigated crops. Outstanding grain storage facilities round out the operation. The Facts: ~ 4,599± deeded acres ~ 2,744± certified irrigated acres ~ 2,601± FSA corn base acres ~ 21 center-pivots newly installed ~ Pivots powered by diesel engines ~ Wells producing from 700-2,700 GPM ~ No pumping restrictions ~ Seven miles of underground livestock water pipeline with 20 rubber tire tanks ~ 66’ X 120’ newly constructed insulated shop with living quarters ~ 60-ton truck scale ~ 200,000-bushel grain storage ~ 100’ X 240’ concrete silage pit ~ Easement for swine confinement affluent ~ Excellent wildlife habitat with trophy hunting
$15,500,000  •  4,515 acres
Tarva is a 4,515± acre wild quail plantation located in the Albany, Georgia quail belt adjacent to or in the immediate neighborhood of dozens of other highly coveted and similarly-managed properties. The diversity of habitat and wildlife makes this an exciting, all-season recreational hunting retreat. And, when not in the field, the circa 1850 historic main house, set among sprawling live oaks, is a showplace, meticulously preserved and outfitted in a comfortable southern style. Facts: ~ 4,515± acre quail plantation in the Albany quail belt in Baker & Dougherty Counties, Georgia. ~ Adjacent to or in the immediate neighborhood of other large recreational properties such as Pinebloom, Nilo, Pineland, Wildfair, Blue Springs, and Nonami. ~Thousands of acres of quail hunting habitat have undergone an intense management and restoration plan over the last several years yielding strong quail counts. In the 2022 and 2021 seasons, Tarva moved 6.8 and 6.1 coveys per hour hunted. ~ Phenomenal 30± and 7± acre dove fields. 150 to 160 class whitetail deer, abundant turkeys, and wood ducks galore. Tarva’s wildlife-rich diversity stretches the annual use of this property out across all hunting seasons. ~ This will only be the fourth sale since it was established by the Tarver family over 185 years ago. ~ Beautifully maintained and recently restored 7,300± square foot Greek Revival antebellum house circa 1850, offered furnished and featuring three bedrooms and three full and two half bathrooms. ~ Parklike grounds around the main house were also recently improved to create a fantastic outdoor entertaining area and showcase the beautiful and sprawling live oaks that frame the entrance drive and house. ~ Additional improvements around the main campus include a two-bedroom, two-bathroom guest cabin, three-bedroom guest house with kitchen, and a modest horse stable. ~ Other improvements include a manager’s house, an assistant manager’s house, and guest house, seven small concrete block tenant houses (only one is occupied), a farm shop, new grain bins, and equipment barn. ~ Entire eastern property line, shared with Nilo, is game-rich Cooleewahee Creek, a tributary to the Flint River. ~ 11± acre Hunter Lake, shallow water ~ Dozens of unique cypress-filled ponds scattered throughout the property that range in size between one and 125 acres. ~ Just 17 minutes to the Southwest Georgia Regional Airport. ~ Less than an hour’s drive north from Thomasville and three hours south of Atlanta. ~ Tarva is protected with a conversation easement held by Georgia Department of Natural Resources. ~ Tarva is offered furnished and with all of its operating equipment and tools.
$4,800,000  •  4,480 acres
Located in coveted New Mexico Big Game Unit 12, the +/- 3200 deeded acres combined with +/- 1280 additional acres of state of New Mexico grazing lease (total +/- 4480 acres with 5 water wells) applies for 5 mature bull elk tags, 2 either sex archery tags, 2 cow rifle tags for the 2023 season! The incredible pronghorn antelope this ranch produces, as well as mule deer tags are controlled by the landowner, and may be purchased over the counter!
Contact for Price  •  4,290 acres
PROPERTY SPECS Total Acres: 4,290± Water: Lake, 25 Tanks, Creek, Water Wells, Irrigation Wells County: Zavala & Maverick Nearest City: Uvalde Distance: Minutes Features: Giant Lake 25 Stock Tanks Both Sides Chacon Creek 4 Irrigation Wells 3 Pivot Systems 3 Domestic Water Wells 5 BR/5 BA Main House 3BR / 3BA “Hotel” 9 BR/ 5.5 BA Hunting Lodge Commercial Kitchen Some Minerals/No Production Huge Barn/Workshop Rifle/Pistol Range Level III MLD 22 Executive Deer Stands Game Managed Giant Whitetails 1 Hour To Airport Electric Gated Paved Access
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$2,350,000  •  4,275.09 acres
The Spoon Buttes Ranch East Parcel consists of, 4,275.09± total acres: 3,321.87± deeded acres, 640± State of Wyoming lease acres, and 313.22± BLM acres and is located approximately 18 miles north of Torrington, Wyoming on the border of Nebraska. This ranch is the perfect property for both ranching and trophy mule deer hunting enthusiast and is owner-rated at 250 to 300 head of cows for five months during the fall and winter. Sheep Creek is a seasonal creek that travels throughout the ranch. The property features one solar well, one electric well and a pipeline. There is a government-approved contract available for a new solar well. Along with trophy mule deer, antelope and coyote hunting is abundant throughout the Spoon Buttes Ranch East Parcel. This property is owned by Brad Reese, sales associate licensed under Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC in the State of Wyoming.
$9,100,000  •  4,115 acres
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Mountain, 4115 acres in North East Tennessee A quiet mountain road with a stream running beside it leads to Westbourne Mountain, over four thousand acres of mountain property. This property is made up of rolling terrain from hills to mountains. Meadows of long grass and wild clover with scattered pines open up on the top that fall off to hardwood valleys and thickets of red bud and laurel. Wild game is abundant on the property.
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$3,256,000  •  4,110.08 acres
The Spoon Buttes Ranch West Parcel consists of 4,070± deeded acres and 40.08± BLM lease acres with a 320± acre private lease that will transfer with the sale of the ranch. The property is located approximately 18 miles north of Torrington, Wyoming. This ranch features hearty grass allowing for owner-rated 285± pairs or 425 yearlings for the summer grazing months. Improvements on the property include centrally located corrals with gravel road access, designed for efficient gathering and sorting. Two-thirds of the fence on the property has been rebuilt since 2016. The improvements include an 1,800 sq. ft. pole building built in 1985 that is used as a calving, processing, and loafing shed. Part of this building is used as a bunk house and vet room. Also included is a set of working corrals. Livestock water on the Spoon Buttes Ranch West Parcel is supplied by three electric wells and one windmill. The well at the corrals has a pipeline that supplies water approximately one mile to the south and one mile to the northwest. This property is owned by Brad Reese, sales associate licensed under Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC in the State of Wyoming.
Contact for Price  •  4,107 acres
Los Canones Ranch is a completely outfitted dream for a family seeking a private getaway, a CEO searching for a corporate retreat, or an investor looking for a turnkey commercial hunting operation. Located 40 miles southwest of Rocksprings, the completely high-fenced ranch, which features a lighted helipad and has been approved as the site of a 4,200-foot landing strip, has both privacy and accessibility. Larger aircraft can land at the Del Rio International Airport, which is a short 40-minute drive. The ranch is transected by 20 miles of all-weather roads, which are supplemented by host of secondary roads. The land itself offers a changing panorama of sweeping views, ruggedly beautiful canyons, limestone caves, and valleys forested with a mix of pion pine, walnut, cedar, mountain laurel, persimmon and a variety of oaks. The diverse habitat is home to well-managed populations of native and exotic wildlife, including white-tailed deer, axis deer, blackbuck antelope, scimitar-horned oryx, gemsbok antelope, aoudad sheep, red sheep, Rio Grande turkeys and dove. Ranch inventory includes all the necessary feeders, blinds and watering stations to support a wildlife enterprise as well as a 15,000 square-foot equipment building and an 800 square-foot shop to keep the operation running smoothly. Five water wells supply adequate water and the water distribution system includes 200,000 gallons of freshwater storage. When it is time to come inside, the 5,200-square-foot lodge, reminiscent of those found in the Rocky Mountains, is the perfect place to relax. The lodge, with its soaring ceilings, native rock floors and dry-stacked stone fireplace, has five bedrooms and 3.5 baths, easily accommodating family, friends and colleagues. To further enhance the experience, the lodge boasts a heated, saltwater swimming pool and Jacuzzi right outside. In addition, the ranch includes a bunk house, a pilots home, a ranch managers home, and quarters for ranch employees. Los Canones Ranch offers a rare opportunity for buyers who want to enjoy the opportunities of ranch ownership immediately. All ranch equipment, furnishings and household goods convey with the purchase, so the new owners can begin living their dreams without delay. Please contact for price. To claim this dream for yourself, contact Howard W. Hood for a private showing 830-739-3815.
$11,190,000  •  4,069 acres
To schedule a showing or for more information contact Monte Lyons, Broker|Partner, Hall and Hall at 806-438-0582. This premier conservation sporting ranch is located in central Stonewall County in the heart of the rare Nobscot “quail sands” soil series. Central Stonewall County is known for some of the best wild quail hunting in the nation, but the property is also teeming with trophy whitetail deer, turkey, and feral hogs. Hunting for whitetail has been minimal the past several years, preserving the population of mature deer. The neighboring and prominent 5,000± acre Snipes Ranch, deemed the Augusta National of wild quail hunting by Dr. Dale Rollins of the Rolling Plains Quail Research Foundation, adjoins the ranch to the east. Located in the center part of the main ranch is a single, multi-purpose lodge with over 12,000 square feet under roof. The lodge is limestone rock construction with a metal roof and was completed in 2009 with high-end finishes, lighting, fixtures, and appliances. The Codorniz Ranch encompasses many of the diversities of Stonewall County in the heart of the highly sought-after quail sands region of the Rolling Plains of Texas. The ranch is ideal for a family getaway, seasonal home, entertaining clients, company retreat, or any buyer looking for privacy and year-round hunting adventures to share with family and friends. This hunting ranch is offered furnished and is move-in ready for a new owner.
$25,000,000  •  4,063 acres
Mount Shasta towers above this 4,000± acre ranch with over 3 miles of trout stream, 74 miles of riding trails/roads, meadows, valuable timber resources, and forest service borders. Extensive improvements (almost 50,000 square feet) maximize comfort and enjoyment of this recreational haven for hiking, fishing, and riding.
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$21,500,000  •  4,050 acres
$23,500,000
The Flying Y Ranch represents a near-perfect 4,050± deeded acre Wyoming ranch. It lies in a contiguous block of high-quality deeded land with approximately eight miles of the Laramie River passing through. The river meanders through the heart of the ranch creating a rich, fertile alluvial bottom, dense with healthy cottonwoods, willows, and thick stands of grasses. The terrain is gradual and consists mostly of irrigated and sub-irrigated pastures with the river bottom anchoring the ranch. There are 2,000± acres under flood irrigation and 830± acres of sub-irrigated pasture lands. These provide a more than adequate feed base for a cattle operation or a large-scale hay operation. There are two separate sets of improvements on each side of Brubaker Lane, both along the river. The west set of improvements serves as the headquarters and includes a beautiful three-bedroom owner’s residence as well as a manager’s house, shops, barns, and everything needed to operate the ranch. The improvements on the east side of Brubaker Lane serve primarily as a cattle handling facility. There is a nice calving barn with 25 calving pens, an additional barn with a functional apartment on the second level, multiple loafing barns, and a large corral setup. With over eight miles of river corridor and over half of the ranch under irrigation, the Flying Y comfortably sustains both livestock and wildlife. Hunting for elk, deer, and antelope is outstanding, and there is excellent fishing for brown and rainbow trout. In summary, the Flying Y Ranch is a completely private, well-balanced, river bottom ranch with extensive recreational amenities.
Contact for Price  •  4,044 acres
4,044± acres currently planted in citrus, located in Punta Gorda, FL. This property is permitted for 2,316,000 average GPD and 26,266,800 max GPD; featuring a 3,120sf metal building and 23 wells, ranging from 8-inch to 16-inch. This land spans along Neal Road and Chiquita Drive, combining over 3 miles of road frontage. Property Features • Sale Price: Soliciting Offers • Location: 46031 Neal Road, Punta Gorda, FL 33982 • Size: 4,044± Acres • Zoning: AG • Future Land Use: Agriculture • Road Frontage: 2.1± miles on Neal Road and 1.0± miles on Chiquita Drive • 23 Wells on Property: Two 16” wells / Eleven 12” wells / Six 10” wells / Four 8” wells Nearest Intersection: SR 31 and Neal Road Directions to Property from I-75: • Take Exit 143 to merge onto FL-78 • Turn left onto FL-31 N • Turn right onto Neal Rd, property is 4 miles down the road on both sides of Neal Rd
Contact for Price  •  4,000 acres
Bear Mountain Ranch Description: Bear Mountain Ranch is a one-of-a-kind property. Tucked away in the San Bois Mountains in South Eastern Oklahoma, the property spreads over 4,000+/- acres of rolling land (additional land available upon inquiry). While feeling secluded away in the forest, there is no shortage of luxury here. The custom-built lodging adds a sense of refinement to Bear Mountain Ranch, but the true magnificence comes from the land itself. 4,000 +/- acres of tremendous versatility. Comprised of mountains, creeks, lakes, food plots and sunflower fields, the land provides it all. The 4,000+/- acres are all under high fence, which was carefully designed for wildlife purposes. Location: Located near Wilburton, Oklahoma, Bear Mountain Ranch rolls over the San Bois Mountains. Wilburton has a private airport, making Bear Mountain Ranch the perfect escape destination. However, flying isn't the only way to visit Bear Mountain Ranch - it is just a three hour drive from Dallas, Texas. Homes: The main home was completed in 2019 and spans 13,500 +/- sqft. The beautiful 13 bedroom / 13 bath establishment is perfectly positioned to overlook a 30 +/- acre lake. On the lake is a custom boat-house, accompanied with a boat slip. The main residence was designed to entertain and has an abundance of space to do so. When cooking for large parties, one can do so from the comfort of the indoors in the open kitchen floor-plan. The modern kitchen contains a walk-in pantry, marble countertops, Whirlpool appliances complete with 2 fridges, double gas stovetop, and 2 ovens. The kitchen opens to the living area with plenty of room for all of the family and friends. Here you can sit by the fireplace and look out onto the back patio and lake. Out on the patio, one can enjoy the fresh-air and lake views in the outdoor grilling area. Multiple bedrooms and living spaces fill the two-story home. There are 8 bedrooms on the first floor, two of which are the masters, and 5 bedrooms upstairs. Each bedroom has its own private bathroom attached. In addition to the downstairs living area, there are two areas upstairs that are currently being used as living and game rooms. Additional rooms in the house include 2 laundry rooms, mud room, linen room, safe room, and a tornado shelter. Attached is a four-car garage and storage unit. There are two other homes on the property. The Foreman's Home, built in 2018, is 2,000 +/- sqft., and has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The Guest House, also built in 2018, and is 2,800 +/- sqft. It has 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, a laundry and mudroom. Attached to the two structures is a private garage, with oversized walk-in cooler and cleaning station. Habitat & Topography: The property has approximately 800' of elevation change which varies. Bear Mountain Ranch has tremendous versatility. From mountains, creeks, and ponds, rocky terrain to sunflower fields - the land provides it all. 4,000+/- of the acres are under high fence that was carefully designed for game purposes. From 800' above sea level to 1400'. The ranch has seven different distinct ridgelines that transverse across the property. The majority of the soils are comprised of various associations and complexes that lend themselves well towards pasture, range, woodland, and wildlife use. Water: In addition to the 30+/- acre feature lake, the property has an abundance of water sources. Inside of the high fence, 20 ponds and stock tanks of various sizes can be found. Between the various sources, the property holds water year-round and gets an average of 50 inches of rainfall per year. It should be noted that the run-off from the rain is so strong, the man-made 35 ft. deep lake was filled in just one summer. Fishing + Wildlife: Bear Mountain Ranch is the ultimate experience for the outdoorsman. Fishing and hunting opportunities are abundant. The lake is stocked with Tiger Bass, Bluegill, Red Ear Perch, and Catfish. There is no shortage of wildlife. Whitetail Deer, Elk, Turkey, Aoudad, Hogs, and the occasional Black Bear habitat the land. To promote their vitality, there are 22 food plots located throughout the property, with various stands and feeders placed accordingly. Three different pastures have also been implemented to organize game. The "Trophy Pasture" encloses 230+/- acres, the "Pig Pasture" utilizes 40 +/- acres, and the "Release Pasture" is 27 +/- acres. Bear Mountain Ranch is truly a recreational haven like no other. There are endless opportunities to create memories. One of our favorites is sitting on the patio overlooking the lake, as you watch the sun go down over the mountains and see deer and elk come out at dusk to graze. Bear Mountain Ranch encompasses a blend between some of the best features of Texas and Colorado, but is located only a short 3 hour drive north of Dallas, in Oklahoma. Additional Notes: There is one active gas well. A 100' x 60' shop is located on the property. Contact broker for price and additional information. ="ltr">
$8,750,000  •  3,954 acres
One of the top trophy elk hunting properties in Colorado, this holding encompasses 3,954± deeded acres of diverse lands with a comfortable home, multiple water sources, and four stocked trout ponds.
$3,880,000  •  3,880 acres
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The East Short Pines Ranch is a productive year-round ranch located thirty miles southwest of Buffalo, South Dakota, consisting of 3,880± deeded acres, a 680± acre private lease plus a Forest Service permit that allows the grazing of 174 yearlings from May 10th to September 10th. The ranch includes 700± acres of productive hayland. An extensive set of improvements includes a 2002 2,184 sq. ft. modular house on a full basement with attached two-car garage, over 35,000 sq. ft. of livestock barns, corrals/pens, and a 3,000 sq. ft. shop/machine shed. Fence-line feeders can accommodate over 250 calves. Pastures are in excellent condition with pipelines and tanks to each pasture. The ranch is available for the 2023 grazing season and has good natural protection in the winter pastures. This ranch is an opportunity for productive year-round ranching operations in a scenic location.
$10,017,000  •  3,780 acres
Located less than 20 miles south of Falfurrias off of Hwy 281 lies the Glick Ranch, a terrific “sand sheet” ranch that has great quail and deer hunting, fantastic groundwater, infrastructure for cattle operations and fine accommodations. This high fenced property also comes with an exotics pasture, two pivot locations (one pivot) and water distribution system all over the property. Location: The ranch is located eighteen miles south of Falfurrias at the dead end of County Road 304 just west of Encino. The west side of the property has .7 miles of frontage on County Road 309. The Brooks County Airport is less than 23 miles from the ranch entrance. Topography and Habitat: The Glick Ranch is located in the South Texas Plains ecosystem in the middle of the sand sheet and is primarily grasslands with mixed brush, mesquites and oaks. The ranch is almost entirely made up of Nueces fine sand and Sarita fine sand complexes. This fine sandy soil is famous for creating what is likely the best bobwhite quail habitat in the entire country and the forbs produced in this country not only develop excellent seed banks for quail but also produce spectacular flowers in the spring. There is a combination of live oak and mesquites found throughout the ranch with majestic oaks dominating portions of the ranch creating beautiful scenery and excellent turkey roosts. Portions of the ranch have thicker brush creating great deer habitat, while other portions of the property are more open Mott country excellent for running dogs for quail. Besides the oaks and mesquites, other brush species on the ranch include hog plum, guayacan, acacias and black brush. All creating excellent cover and food sources for the native wildlife. The majority of the property has tall native prairie grasses including primarily bluestems and paspalums. In and around the pivots there is primarily coastal bermuda grass. Good clay can be found beneath the sand sheet for creating lakes and ponds. Wildlife: The deer hunting on this high fenced ranch is fantastic with a carefully managed deer herd that allows excellent aging of trophy deer and manages a 1.5 to 1 doe to buck ratio. Multiple large bucks were observed by us during visits to the ranch and 170’s deer are annually taken from the property. The deer are well managed to create these trophies and prove the native genetics. The ranch is located in the heart of some of the best quail country in the U.S.. The naturally motted portions of the property create excellent habitat for quail with about half the property open enough to run quail rigs and dogs. Some thicker brush portions of the ranch have been sprayed to kill mesquite and will be available for creating even more quail country by running a fire through those portions. Turkey are abundant on the ranch. There are many huge live oaks all over the ranch which provide excellent roosting cover necessary for these majestic birds. The dove hunting here is superb with most hunting taking place at the multiple small ponds located around the ranch. The existing pivots used for growing Bermuda grass now could easily be put into growing dove fields to further enhance the dove hunting. There is a 1,000-acre high fenced pasture within the ranch that currently holds multiple exotics and whitetails. These exotics can either be purchased by the Buyer or be removed prior to finalizing the sale. Several of the lakes on the property have catfish and bass stocked for fishing. Water: There are two irrigation wells located on the property run by direct drives. The main irrigation well produces over 900 gpm and is used primarily to run the pivot system (one 1,200’ string) used on two pivot fields that make up approximately 240 acres under pivot total. The second irrigation well produces over 300 gpm and is currently not in use. Four more water wells are placed around the ranch and water lines are run throughout the ranch to both ponds and watering stations. There are also several unused drilled wells that could be put into production including a large diameter borehole that could be put into a third irrigation well. Ground water here is plentiful and most wells are 350’ to 500’ deep. There are currently six ponds located around the ranch with four of them having water added by water lines. Improvements: There is a housing compound that is anchored by a lodge with combination dining room/den/kitchen centrally located and six rooms accessed outside of lodge along a covered porch on the back. Each room has its own bathroom. The lodge has a covered bbq pit behind it overlooking a small lake with fish and a fire pit. Also in the compound are three nice mobile homes that are well done for more sleeping areas and a cooler/storage area. Closer to the entrance is the managers home, and there are several barns and cattle catch pens around the property. There is extensive interior fencing for rotating cattle, and two high fenced food plot areas on the ranch with access to water. Other: No minerals are available with the sale of the property. There are two electric lines that run into the property. The property currently runs its own cattle operation. The cattle could be purchased separately to stay on the ranch or removed depending on the wishes of the Buyer.
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$7,900,000  •  3,775 acres
$8,900,000
Spectacular views of the Sierras, combined with a private and tranquil valley that literally runs for miles, Eshom Valley Ranch is a unique 3775 +/- acre property situated between the approaches to both Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Ranch base elevation is roughly 3,500 feet above sea level. Located in Tulare county, once you cross over the cattle guards, pass by the irrigated pastures and horse barn, and cross the year-round creek, the inviting white fencing leads you to the Homestead compound. Situated close to the entrance and two-story red barn, is the ranch manager’s home and garden. Just beyond the barn, which dates back to the 1800’s, are the quaint one-bed, one-bath guest cottages. Further up and at the end of the driveway is the two-bed, two bath main home featuring a beautiful wrap-around porch, vintage kitchen appliances, an indoor/outdoor fireplace, and large living room. All of the homestead structures have all been impeccably maintained and embody the essence of true midcentury ranch-style. For over fifty years, the property has been used by the family as premier seasonal cattle grazing land, a private family retreat and recreational property. The ranch features almost 7 linear miles of valley floor for rotational pasture grazing with well-maintained fencing and cross-fencing throughout. The miles of established roads and trails makes checking on cattle easy. The recently refurbished working cattle corrals include multiple sorting pens, a loading chute, and squeeze that are conveniently located just off Eshom Valley Drive for easy loading and unloading. It is the only set of corrals in the vicinity. Eshom Valley Ranch provides excellent recreational opportunities, and offers many pursuits for hunting and fishing enthusiasts. There are turkey, deer, boar, quail, coyotes and brown bear. The gently-sloped landscape is covered in ancient valley oaks set among flat to rolling pastures. There are several lakes fed by year-round running Eshom Creek. Blue gill and bass can be fished from the lakes. Property Highlights: • 22 total parcels, nearly 7 linear miles of valley floor and pasture • 8 parcels are enrolled in the Williamson Act • 1 domestic well on electricity and 3 Ag wells on solar • 3 lakes: Cemetery Lake, Big Lake and Carpenter Lake • Year-round Eshom Creek • Working cattle corrals complete with squeeze and loading chute • Cattle lease in place - run approx. 400 pregnant cows from May - August • Miles of fencing and established ranch roads • One main home with garage, guest house and caretaker unit • Historic barns throughout including two-story red horse barn built in the 1800’s
$3,303,250  •  3,650 acres
The Evans Creek Ranch, a short distance west of the high bridge over Amistad Reservoir, is located in an area full of Texas History and the remnants of the indigenous people that once called this unique region home. The terrain offers everything from gently rolling desert hills to widespread bottoms along Evans Creek and dramatic draws leading to the Amistad Reservoir. The ranch’s diverse topography and habitat provide many opportunities for both the recreational end user or working rancher alike. Location: The Evans Creek Ranch is just 15 miles northwest of Del Rio, Texas and 13 miles southeast of Comstock, Texas. The ranch has approximately 3.75 miles of US Highway 90 frontage. Topo, Range, Habitat The landscape consists of a mixture of Edwards Plateau, Chihuahuan Desert and Tamaulipan brushland providing mixed habitat and rangeland for wildlife and livestock alike. This area of Texas has historically been home to extensive sheep operations. The Evans Creek Ranch continues to support a proactive agricultural operation but also benefits from the healthy populations of wildlife. Evans Creek traverses the west side of ranch for about 4.5 miles providing riparian habitat with thermal cover, high nutritional native browse, seasonal watering holes all benefitting the wildlife. The mixture of the three converging eco-regions provide the habitat with flora like sotol & ocotillo, hackberry & persimmon, black brush, white brush and juniper, as well as mesquite woodlands representing a melting pot of habitats. To the southwest, across the Rio Grande River, the view is a stunning panorama of the Sierra Madre Oriental Mountains in Mexico. These mountain views fill your view shed as you traverse the ranch. Wildlife: The native browse, grasses, forbs and succulents provide excellent forage for the wildlife species as well as livestock. Native game species found on the ranch include white-tailed deer, blue quail, bobwhite quail, Rio Grande turkey and dove. As for really interesting non-game species seen in the area, there are species like golden eagles, Mexican black bear, mountain lion, Texas horned lizard, grey fox and many migratory songbirds. Water: The Evans Creek Ranch has adequate water distribution system from the 2 water wells located on the ranch. The additional incorporation of large storage pilas, poly pipe and numerous water troughs provides exceptional ranch wide distribution of water resources for wildlife, livestock and domestic use. The ranch is equipped with 2 windmills. Minerals: A portion of Seller’s owned minerals, if any, are negotiable. In addition, portions of the ranch may have State Classified Minerals and any rights associated with those State Classified Minerals will will convey to the Buyer. Area History: Research was conducted back in the 1930’s, in the pre-Amistad days, to salvage prehistoric artifacts such as fiber sandals, baskets, twine nets, atlatls and even rabbit fur robes! The prehistoric people of the lower Pecos canyon lands were viewed as a static and primitive culture that lived here over 9,000 years ago. Now much of these shelters are submerged by the lake. However, you can still find artifacts and spectacular rock art on the walls of the rock shelters found in the region.
$4,500,000  •  3,646 acres
The ranch consists of 3,646 acres with level to rolling topography and many natural amenities. The ranch has five different spring fed lakes most of which have steady water levels year round. Portions of the ranch are contiguous to thousands of acres of Public lands. The upper portion of the ranch has marketable timber and hidden valleys throughout that give way to green lush pastures and rock outcroppings. 3 acre Lake lot on Spectacle.
Contact for Price  •  3,630 acres
Mt. Solitude Ranch 3,630 acres | Northwest Bexar County, Texas IN THE HEART OF THE HILL COUNTRY A FAMILY LEGACY 30 MINUTES FROM SAN ANTONIO & BOERNE Contact for more details
Contact for Price  •  3,612 acres
3,612 ± Acres Gated entrance on HWY 35 Frio River and both sides of Leona River frontage 2BR/2.5BA main house Guest house Numerous barns, shops and cattle improvements 2 lakes and several ponds 2 irrigation pivots covering 220± acres 1,600± acres high fenced with managed native deer
$9,850,000  •  3,580.56 acres
3,580± acre Five Star Legacy Ranch sits 40 miles northwest of Tulsa. Open native tallgrass covered hills and 45” average annual precipitation. Currently running 400 cow/calf pairs. Very good fences and water.
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$15,900,000  •  3,526 acres
$15,900,000
PRICE REDUCTION! 5th generation family ranch now being offered by Eagle Land! Just 16 miles outside of Glenwood Springs and 6 miles from the charming town of New Castle is this 3,526-acres lush, irrigated ranch. This ranch includes a large private irrigation lake with 1,175-acre feet of water feeding 880 irrigated acres with a pressurized sprinkler system. Rolling hills with drainages filled with deer, herds of elk, turkeys, and bears. Up to 360 class bulls have been harvested on this spectacular ranch. This is a must-see ranch in Western Colorado! Disclaimer: All information provided herein was acquired from sources deemed reliable and is believed to be accurate. However, we do not warrant its accuracy or completeness and recommend that every item of interest be independently verified by Purchaser.
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