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$6,156,500  •  9,842 acres
Rolling T Ranch - Fort Morgan, CO: Rolling T is an investment quality eastern Colorado property supporting approximately 9,842 acres of rangeland, dry farmland and CRP. This productive property is located on paved State Highway 52 only eight miles north of Fort Morgan, Colorado, which is a hub for agriculture and commerce in the area. A prominent feature, Wildcat Creek runs through the property for several miles. This creek contains numerous stock ponds with a year-round water supply and several areas of shade trees. On either side of the creek are rolling hills of strong native grasses. Several other drainages with ponds and springs insure a good supply of livestock water throughout the ranch. A shared livestock water distribution system on the northern pastures of the property completes the extensive water facilities on Rolling T. Dry cropland is 1,424 acres with gently sloping to rolling topography. Three CRP contracts cover 999 acres. The contracts expire in 2020 and 2021 with combined annual payments of $23,895. The balance of the property is fenced into six larger and four smaller pastures containing approximately 7,792 acres of grazing. A small amount of the rangeland is owned by third parties. Deer, antelope and some upland birds compliment the property. Low overhead and ease of operation are two of the positive qualities of Rolling T. Minimal but functional buildings consist of one small house and two sets of pens. Real estate taxes for 2015 are estimated to be $7,986. Rolling T has been in the same ownership for over 40 years. Dont miss this opportunity to acquire one of northeastern Colorados larger ranches.
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.
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$39,000,000  •  9,600 acres
$46,000,000
Piedra Valley RanchBlessed with tremendous views of the dramatic San Juan Mountain Range, Piedra Valley Ranch is distinguished by an unequalled combination of size, recreation, wildlife, scenery, and immediate proximity to a mountain resort community. Located within ten miles of Pagosa Springs and the Stevens Field Airport, the ranch is easily accessed and provides the rare opportunity to possess a large and exceptionally private holding within a few minutes of the amenities and conveniences of town. This vast 9,600± acre retreat is comprised of a single contiguous block that shares nearly nine miles of common boundary with the San Juan National Forest. The diverse landscape includes thousands of acres of aspen and pine forest, timbered mountain slopes, lush meadows, and open pasture interspersed with forested bluffs and ridges. A private lake, numerous ponds, and miles of creeks provide excellent water resources for livestock, wildlife, and recreation. The ranch is appropriately improved with a six-bedroom owner’s residence and lakeside cabin complementing the natural landscape. A separate cow-camp house and shipping pens round out the improvements. In addition to limitless recreational amenities including excellent big game hunting and angling, native grasses in multiple pastures provide cattle with strong summer pasture. With no existing conservation easement, the ranch is open to a wide variety of future uses.***FOR HIGH RESOLUTION PHOTO GALLERY, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND A VARIETY OF PROPERTY MAPS VISIT HALL AND HALL PROPERTY WEBSITE ***
$12,950,000  •  9,494 acres
Imagine the most perfect place for the recreational enthusiast; a place where you, your friends and family can hunt, fish, hike, camp, play, swim, ride horseback, round up cattle, or just hang-out, relax and enjoy the stunning views, a place where you never want to leave. That magical place is the Pine Ranch. Located in Guinda, California, in the Capay Valley, in Yolo and Colusa Counties, this 9494 acre ranch, boasts a 7000 square foot home, 4000 square foot lodge, and a pool complex that is the envy of most major resorts. Just an hour from Sacramento and two hours from San Francisco, this northern California gem is in a prime location. Privacy, multiple recreational options, million dollar views, the ultimate family compound, and easy access to Sacramento make up the ideal home for the next fortunate family. This offering is available in three options:   All 71 parcels = $12,950,000 8774 acres of vacant land = $8,000,000 720 acres, includes all structures = $4,950,000 Property Highlights: • Incredible, panoramic views • Fabulous family compound • Perfect ranch for the recreational enthusiast • 4000 square foot lodge with: * three guest rooms, each with its own bathroom and fireplace * large great room * expansive kitchen designed to serve large groups • 7000 square foot, Western themed home, with: * 5 bedrooms, each with its own bathroom * 2 half bathrooms * 4 car garage • Resort quality pool area • First class roping and cutting arena • Six stall barn with tack room, grooming/wash rack * Half bathroom * 4 vehicle garage • Covered riding arena • Trophy black tail deer, quail, dove, pig, turkey • Large self-sustaining lake with largemouth bass, bluegill, and catfish * Half bathroom at lake * Large entertainment deck and barbeque sized to roast a steer
$25,000,000  •  9,300 acres
Big Sandy River RanchThe Big Sandy River Ranch is a vast, productive, beautiful and historic livestock operation with an estimated carrying capacity of 3,500 animal units including sheep, cattle and horses. Operating since 1905 on the site of the Oregon Trail, it spans 150±  miles in southwest Wyoming from the Wind River Mountains down through the Big Sandy River Basin, across the sage flats to the edge of the Flaming Gorge and on through the Red Desert winter range. The backbone of this ranch is that it provides year-round grazing for both cattle and sheep - from summers in the National Forest, deeded lands and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) allotments, to winters in the desert on one of the largest private grazing associations in the U.S. Additionally, the ranch possesses exceptional water, gravel and wildlife assets. The higher elevation deeded lands are especially rich in the quality and quantity of its water resources sourced in its rivers, creeks, springs and flowing wells. These also provide high-quality fishing for trout.  For the wildlife enthusiast and conservationist, these same lands are designated critical habitat for several of the ranch’s abundant wildlife resources -- mule deer, sage-grouse, elk, moose and antelope. The improvements are modest and adequate for the current operation. The Big Sandy River Ranch combines a highly efficient, diversified and profitable livestock operation with a package of the highest quality water assets, critical wildlife habitat and recreational amenities that is almost impossible to duplicate on one ranch.The Facts:20± miles of trout rivers and creeksUpper Green River Basin Senior Water Rights -- Big Sandy and Little Sandy Rivers plus high volume adjudicated water wellsCore Habitat designation in crucial range for mule deer, elk, moose, antelope and sage-grouse3,500 AU operating ranch9,300±  deeded acres435±  acres irrigated hay plus 1,165±  acres irrigated pastureRock Springs Grazing Association 4 ownership shares -- allows 2,000 AU during the winter seasonBLM and USFS grazing permits for 19,194 AUM’s4th generation livestock ranch established 190546M Yard gravel deposit lands also available 
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$16,700,000  •  9,177 acres
$18,000,000
The Porcupine Ridge Ranch is a classic Colorado mountain working ranch situated in the Yampa River Valley just south of Steamboat Springs at the base of the Flattops Wilderness Area. The 8,818 +/- acre ranch offers an incredible investment opportunity to own one of the largest blocks of privately owned land with senior water rights in the Colorado River and Yampa River basins. The pastoral property is over 9 miles long and and includes 50 miles of streams, reservoirs, wetlands, lush irrigated hay fields, grasslands, treed hillsides and sagebrush range. Significant conservation values with water resources, wetlands and habitat for big game and sage grouse; annual farm income; stream/fishery enhancements; and 95 cfs of direct flow rights and 3,560 acre feet of storage.
$30,457,953  •  9,155 acres
Gearhart RanchThe Gearhart Ranch has been in continuous operation as a cattle ranch since it was founded in 1890, and the values and traditions remain the same today as they were 100 years ago. Located 30 miles west of Fort Davis in Jeff Davis County, the ranch is included in the sky island ecosystem of the Davis Mountains, which benefits from higher than average rainfall for the region. Gearhart Ranch has all of the necessary improvements for running a successful cattle operation, with headquarters located near the Scenic Loop frontage and excellent interior roads throughout the ranch. Vegetation consists of productive grasslands and mesic habitat at higher elevations, and includes various species of large game animals and birds for wildlife enthusiasts. The ranch utilizes a holistic livestock management plan to preserve the integrity of the grasslands and enhance the soils with essential nutrients, and places great emphasis on protecting our natural resources. With stunning vistas, beautiful West Texas sunsets, and peaceful nights to observe the stars, Gearhart Ranch will capture your affection and remind you of simpler times. Offered in cooperation with James Sammons III of Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty.
$8,500,000  •  9,153 acres
Spanning many square miles of excellent hunting habitat rising from the valley floor up to the mountaintop, the Soldier Creek Ranch is the perfect combination of exceptional privacy, plentiful wildlife, diverse terrain, abundant water, and year-round access – All Within Two Hours of Salt Lake City!
$10,337,798  •  9,100 acres
The movies Lonesome Dove and Texas were filmed in this beautiful area of Texas. The 9,100-acre Sycamore Creek Ranch is located within 15 minutes of Del Rio, Texas. The ranch has acreage in both Val Verde and Kinney Counties where it is active with gas and oil leasing and exploration. The ranch will convey with 50% of the minerals. The ranch is composed of three adjoining ranches that the seller will sell separately or any combination. Water is supplied throughout the ranch by three creeks, many water wells, tanks, ponds and a 30 acre lake. The ranch has 3.5+/- miles of beautiful Sycamore Creek, 2.7+/- miles of Sacatosa Creek and 3.6+/- miles of Turkey Creek Ten plus species of world class exotics, trophy white-tailed deer and turkey are within the 5,673 acres of high game fencing of this ranch. The remaining 3,427 acres with low fencing adjoin a 160,000 acre low fenced ranch. Each of the three ranches making up Sycamore Creek Ranch has its own headquarters. The property has four homes, lodge with swimming pool, grain silos, barns and easy access with 3.3 miles of frontage on State Hwy 277, about I.7 miles of frontage on Spur 317 and an entrance just off State Hwy 90. Contact Happy Broussard
$5,250,000  •  9,040 acres
For additional information or to schedule a showing, please contact Jon Keil Mobile: (307) 331-2833 or E-mail: jon@keil.land . The OX Ranch is located only 35 miles west of Wheatland and less than two hours from the Front Range of Colorado. Consisting of approximately 5,000 deeded acres, 3,400± BLM lease acres and 640± State of Wyoming lease acres for approximately 9,040± acres, the topography of the ranch ranges from high rolling hills with large rock outcroppings to deep canyon creek bottoms and from meadows to pine tree-covered ridges. Water is abundant on the OX with approximately four miles of Mule Creek, many year-round springs, five permitted reservoirs, and irrigated water rights. The property is ripe for fishing development and currently has brook trout in a few of the reservoirs as well as in Mule Creek. Numerous trophy wildlife species including deer, elk, and antelope can be found on the ranch. Improvements on the ranch include a three bedroom, two bath home which is nicely finished and in a great condition along with a hunter’s cabin, several barns and corrals. The ranch is in the general hunt area 6 for elk and qualifies for landowner’s tags for deer, elk and antelope. Adequate water supply, good grass, easy year-round access and convenient location make the OX Ranch a very desirable piece of property to own.
$3,300,000  •  9,000 acres
Tucked into magnificent canyons and located six miles northwest of the village of Quemado, New Mexico, in Catron County, La Mesa Vista Ranch is 30 miles east of the Arizona border and 2 ½ hours to the Albuquerque International Airport. This 9,000+ acre ranch varies in terrain, with rolling hills, deep canyons, and high mesas. Home to a world-class elk, mule deer, bobcat and antelope population, this ranch is truly a sportsman's and wildlife lover’s paradise. Contact Ron Morris.
$9,900,000  •  8,993 acres
Ringling Land and Cattle RanchHere is a well-located, easily accessed large cattle, hay and grain ranch with a positive net income and abundant big game and upland bird wildlife. The 8,993± acre Ringling Land & Cattle Ranch lies two miles east of State Highway 89 and the Ringling Bar and is approximately 58 miles northeast of Bozeman and its commercial airport. Its 386± acres of irrigated and 710± acres of dryland crop ground are currently leased for grazing cattle and raising hay and small grains. The net income is positive year in and out. Four ponds, one of 100± surface acres in size, are tied together by eight miles of year-round streams. These same lands are a wildlife magnet. Elk, deer, antelope and Hungarian partridge abound. There is one three-bedroom home and a rustic one-room cabin as well as a large barn and sheds.The Facts: 8,993± total deeded acres386± acres irrigated under two pivot sprinklers, 710± acres dryland crop, 408± acres improved pasture and 7,488± acres grazingPositive net income from grazing and crop leasesLarge numbers of elk during the fall season Good population Hungarian partridgeWhitetail deer and antelopeFour ponds – one 100± surface acres and another 25± acres8± miles of year-round streams including upper Sixteen Mile CreekOne residence of 3 bedrooms and 1 bath, one-room cabin, barn and sheds60% of minerals ownership2,500± acres under conservation easement with the Montana Land Reliance allowing one additional residence44± acre state sponsored Woodson Creek Wetlands Mitigation restoration and easement 
$8,000,000  •  8,774 acres
As you load up your gear in the early hours of the morning, climb aboard your vehicle and journey into Yolo County to your recreational oasis, the biggest decision of your day will be, “Shall I go hunting, fishing, off-roading, horseback riding, hiking, picnicking, cattle herding, or any combination of these events?” Maybe, after carefree weekends at this 8774 acre property, you decide it is time to build your dream estate so that these glorious weekends can become commonplace. Located in Yolo and Colusa Counties, with panoramic views, multiple building sites, recreational activities, and the advantages of wide open spaces; this property awaits you to mold it and make it your own. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: - 8774 acres of varied terrain: flat to rolling hills - Recreational oasis - Trophy black tail deer, quail, dove, pig, turkey - Power available at various points of the ranch - Well water available - 1 acre test plot of alfalfa - Can run 400 pair of cattle - An hour from Sacramento
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$9,105,000  •  8,672 acres
$10,400,000
Fisher’s Peak, Sandoval Ranch offers production and recreation only 20 minutes from Trinidad, Colo. Owned by the same family since 1898, the property includes substantial senior water rights that irrigate up to 1,000 acres. The rangeland is in very good condition because of careful management during drought conditions. There is a permitted gravel pit on the ranch. This is an outstanding hunting property loaded with deer, and 180”+ bucks are regularly harvested here. There are also good populations of elk, antelope, bears, and turkeys. (Contact Jeff Hubbard or Pat Lancaster)
$13,995,000  •  8,600 acres
Glade Park Mountain Ranch With 8600 +/- deeded acres, this beautiful, secluded, wildlife preserve located on Glade Park represents a rare opportunity for ownership/stewardship of a trophy elk & deer hunting ranch and wildlife mecca here in Western Colorado. Well situated in the beautiful rugged sandstone canyons, natural arches & spires of the McInnis Cyns Natural Conservation Area w/123,000 plus BLM administered lands-with part of this 8600 +/- acres bordering the Black Ridge Cyns Wilderness w/75,000 +/- acres, a very unique natural resource. From the lower elevations with pinyon pine, cedars & sage the deeded lands work their way up to the higher elevations of 8400’ with pockets of aspen, mature oaks, pine, meadows w/gorgeous mtn & valley views. Upper deeded does adjoin the Grand Mesa Natl Forest. Included are 7 BLM livestock allotments w/26,000 +/- BLM acres-which coupled with the deeded lands creates a vast wilderness of canyons, mesa benches, meadows, creeks & more for premier big hunting & recreational opportunities. Numerous springs, wallows, mud tanks, water wells, & 7 plus miles of three year round creeks w/native cutthroat trout traverse the deeded lands. This 8600 +/- deeded acres along w/the BLM permit lands have been managed for many years to always improve the wildlife habitat-hence the world class elk hunting & trophy mulies that Glade Park/GMU 40 are renowned for. A phenomenal hunting & recreational property & only 30 minute drive to Grand Junction. The Glade Park Ranch is preserving open space by protecting both wildlife habitat and agriculture via two (2) Conservation Easements that encompass and protect approximately 5545 +/- deeded acres of the ranch. These Conservation Easements will allow the property to remain in a substantially undisturbed, natural state, and therefore has significant ecological, open space, agricultural, and especially important wildlife habitat value for the Gunnison sage grouse, native Colorado River cutthroat trout, as well as elk, mule deer, bear and other wildlife, important livestock grazing values, and important hunting and other outdoor recreational values, all of which are of great importance to our local communities here on the Western Slope of Colorado. Locale: Grand Junction, Colorado with a population of 120,000 plus is the Western Slope’s largest community and offers all the amenities such as restaurants, hotels, mall, big box stores, hospitals, golf courses, university, and commercial and private jet service via the regional airport. The Glade Park Ranch is approximately 20 miles southwest of Grand Junction and access is by way of the beautiful Colorado National Monument with its sandstone monoliths and rimrock cliffs. Salt Lake City and Denver are 4.5 hours from the ranch. Telluride and Aspen are 2.5 hours away and Powderhorn Ski Resort 1.5 hours away.
$8,879,150  •  8,557 acres
SUMMARY: One of the most historic ranches in South Dakota is on the market. The Lazy VC Kelly Ranch was established in 1894 and has never been offered for sale since it was homesteaded 124 years ago.  The 8557.17 acre ranch contains 7,721.17 deeded acres, a 676 acre BLM lease and a 160 private lease all in a contiguous unit.  It is time tested cattle and sheep country located in Perkins County, South Dakota between Bison and Faith. The owner rates the ranch at 550 Animal Units. The excellent wildlife habitat is home to deer, antelope, turkey and a wide variety of birds including sharp tail grouse, sage grouse and pheasants. Above average fossil hunting opportunities exist. Outstanding water distribution is provided by the Moreau River, Brushy Creek, Rabbit Creek, miles of water lines with 17 tire tanks, developed springs, rural water with 6 outlets, 17 dams, 11 wells as well as three flowing wells. There is 684 acres of tillable ground with a spreader irrigation system on 185 acres of hay meadows. The miles of fence divide the ranch into 20 pastures and lots. The fencing on this ranch is well above average and is either sheep wire or 5 or 6 wires. An existing conservation plan is in place with significant program payments and is available through 2021 at the new owner’s option. You will love the scenic landscapes and rich history of the Lazy VC Kelly Ranch. This easily managed ranch is a rare opportunity to purchase a contiguous year-round ranch.  Location:  The Lazy VC Kelly Ranch is located 27 miles Northwest of Faith, South Dakota or 27 miles South of Bison, South Dakota along Usta Road.  Acreage:  The 8557.17 acre ranch contains 7,721.17 deeded acres, a 676 acre BLM lease and a 160 private lease all in one contiguous unit. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) leased land associated with the ranch is 676 acres with an allocation of 167 AUMs. This is a custodial lease with grazing allowed throughout the year. BLM leases are renewable every ten years. The grazing fee for 2018 was $1.87 per AUM for a total of $312.29. The BLM office is in Belle Fourche. The BLM lease will be transferred to the new owner at closing.  Improvements: The improvements include: 100’ x 200’ steel insulated barn built 2008 with 20-foot side walls, exhaust fans, indoor and outdoor water, phone and internet as well as a battery of lights strong enough to bring mares into heat cycle. There is a backup generator system for this barn. L shaped functional barn with stalls, cement breeding area, hot and cold water and tack room. 3 other functional barns. Shop with cement floor Improved three-bedroom, 2 bath older home with decking to office area (cement poured for large addition and three stall garage-this would connect the office and home together). Three bedroom trailer house with entry porch. Three bed room bunk house Two story office with a bar and meat cutting room in the lower level. 4 open faced shelters 330’ x 24’; 96’ x 24’; 2 at least 180 x 24. Well maintained corrals loading facilities. Notes: 11 electrical meters with Grand Electric Coop; 2 new Ominie 3 Richie waters and 13 older Richie waters in corrals, 2 older water tanks; 3 water wells tied together and several pressure tanks service the outbuildings and corrals. The house, office, bunkhouse and freezer building were repainted in 2016 and the house was reroofed 2016. There is 6 miles of electric fence that can be used for cross fence in the three largest pastures. At present the wire is mostly removed due to deer problems. One of the rooms in a barn is insulated with cameras for birthing.  Locale:  Perkins County is a tight-knit rural community of 3,037 people in 2,890 square miles.  Perkins County stretches approximately 63 miles North to South and 46 miles East to West and is in Northwestern South Dakota.    Agricultural activities are the largest land uses throughout the county, accounting for 79% of the total land area.  Two incorporated municipalities, Bison and Lemmon, along with several unincorporated communities are in Perkins County.  The centrally located town of Bison is the County Seat.  The county was organized in 1909 from portions of Butte and Harding Counties.  The county was populated in what is known as the second Dakota boom, spurred by the westward expansion of the railroad.  The expansion of the railroad, along with the promise of land to homestead, lured settlers to the county.  Climate:  Average annual precipitation (1981–2010) was 17.65 inches, with most of that falling between March and September. The snowfall averages 45 inches annually, little of which remains on the ground for more than a few days.  Winter days are generally sunny with the coldest month being January with an average high temperature of 28 degrees.  Summers consist of warm days and cool evenings.  Average high temperature in July is 87 degrees and the average low is 60. Growing season is approximately 153 days. Elevation at the ranch ranges from 725 feet to 2500 feet. Wildlife:  The excellent habitat provided by the Moreau River, Brushy Creek and Rabbit Creek supports an excellent population deer, antelope, turkey and a wide variety of birds including sharp tail grouse, sage grouse and pheasants.  Water:  The ranch has excellent water distribution.  The Moreau River forms the southern boundary with Brushy Creek and Rabbit Creek on the northern end. There are miles of water line, 17 dams and ponds, developed springs, rural water with 6 outlets and attachments, 17 tire tanks, 11 wells as well as three flowing wells. There is a spreader irrigation system on 185 acres of hay meadows. The Moreau River and Rabbit Creek run all year around.  Mineral Rights: Any mineral rights appurtenant to the property owned by the sellers will transfer with the real estate. The owner believes that 100% of the mineral rights are intact, however the seller makes no warranties as to ownership of mineral rights.  Taxes:  The 2017 real estate taxes payable in 2018 are $15,593.70 annually.  Fences & Boundaries:  The perimeter of the property is completely fenced. The seller is making known to all potential purchasers that there may be variations between the deeded property lines and the location of the existing fence boundary lines on the subject property.  Seller makes no warranties about location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations about specific acreage within the fenced property lines.  Seller is selling the property in an “as is” condition which includes the location of the fences as they exist. Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate based on the legal description and may not indicate a survey.  Maps are not to scale and are for visual aid only.  Their accuracy is not guaranteed.  Terms:  The current asking price is Eight Million, Eight Hundred Seventy-Nine Thousand, One Hundred Fifty Dollars ($8,879,150) or $1150 per acre. The seller may reserve the right to effectuate a 1031 IRC Tax Deferred Exchange. All information has been obtained from sources deemed reliable by Hayden Outdoors Real Estate; however, the accuracy of this information is not guaranteed or warranted by either Hayden Outdoors Real Estate, or the Sellers, and prospective buyers are charged with making and are expected to conduct their own independent investigation of the information contained herein. This offering is subject to prior sale, price change, correction or withdrawal without notice.  
$8,500,000  •  8,512 acres
Cinch Buckle Ranch is a 38,642- total acre profitable cattle ranch situated in eastern Montanas Great Plains, just northeast of Broadus. The ranch has been grazed with cow/calf pairs year round and stocker yearlings seasonally.
$42,250,000  •  8,480 acres
The Jessen Farm of Western Nebraska is a very productive 11,680 acre irrigated and dryland farm containing 8,480 deeded acres plus 3,200 school land leased acres. Located in Perkins and Chase County near Grant, Nebraska, is some of the most highly sought after farmland in the Midwest.  Good water, excellent soils and good access to markets makes this a very rare offering.    The farm contains 1,627 deeded acres of center pivot irrigated cropland ( under 13 center pivots), 6,853 deeded acres of dry cropland including 31 acres of building sites. There are 3 homes, 4 large metal buildings, multiple grain storage facilities that hold over 380,000 bushels, utility sheds and more.    FARMING Tracts of farm ground are located within a 15 minute region and include excellent pivots, water and close proximity to five grain elevators on the railroad, which give competitive bids for grain.  The area also has several feedlots to where you can contract silage, hay and grain.  There is an ethanol plant at Madrid that also buys corn.  These elevators and feedlots are in a thirty-five mile radius of the farm.  This area is also an excellent area to set up a cattle feeding operation.  You could grow your own silage, hay and grain to feed your own cattle or start a custom feeding operation.  You can buy wet distillers grain from the Madrid ethanol plant.  The farm is centrally located between three major beef packing plants.  This area of Nebraska raises several million bushels of grain each year and the close location to markets make this an ideal location to feed cattle.  The Jessen Farm currently sells 5,000 tons of dry matter per year to the Oshkosh Dairy Heifer Development at Oshkosh, Nebraska. Northwest of Imperial, Nebraska or 20 miles south of the Headquarters there is a 7,000 head organic Dairy being built.  There is a plan to expand this operation in the future. This farm also has the potential to be converted into an organic farm operation.  With deep fertile soils, local access to manure and compost, good irrigation and good rainfall this farm is highly suited for organics.  "The Jessen Farm is one of the best operations I have ever seen.  Its property runs from Northwest Chase County to Western Perkins County.  It is comprised of level dryland and quality irrigated fields.  It is almost wheat harvest time, and the crops are some of the best I have seen.  The improvements are in great shape and all of the machinery is clean and the operation is very well run." IMPROVEMENTS There are five building sites on the Jessen farm. The headquarters features a “home place” second to none in the area.  It is located 1 mile west of Grant, Nebraska and features a beautiful custom built home with four car attached garage and a metal shop building, which would be very impressive anywhere in farm country. Leading into the headquarters and to the shop and garage is a rare black granite driveway made from rock imported from Wyoming.  The headquarters is located in part of the NW 1/4 of Section 15, T10N, R39W, Perkins County. The custom home is a single level 2,891 SF home built in 2010. The exterior is brick, stucco, and over 12” ICF concrete walls with Heritage asphalt shingles. All windows and most doors are Pella brand. The house has geo thermal heating and cooling which comes from plastic coils in the 12’ deep pond in back yard. The interior consists of carpet and ceramic tile flooring with painted dry wall. Rooms include a master bedroom with bathroom and walk-in closet, 2 bedrooms, office, kitchen, dining room, living room and 1.5 bathrooms. The interior walls are made of 2"x6" construction and are 12’ to 14’ high. Other amenities of the home include knotty alder trim and cabinetry, granite counter tops in the kitchen, fireplace in the living room, and ceiling mounted surround sound speakers in the house and patio. Excluding the bathrooms, there are large wall-mounted TV screens in every room of the house, including the garage and the patio. The cabinets, appliances, and sinks in the kitchen are state of the art. There is a 649’ ft patio on the east side of the home by the pond. From this patio you have a spectacular view of the surrounding fields and countryside. The 36’x60’ (2,160’ ft) attached garage has four electric overhead doors, 12” ICF concrete walls, full cement floor, custom-built cabinetry, finished, heated and cooled geo thermally. The cement driveway in the front of the house can be heated geo thermally to melt ice and snow. All the furniture, appliances, dishes, and silverware stay with the home. The owners are only taking their clothes and some personal pictures. This home comes fully furnished and equipped. It is ready for the new owners to move in.  There is 84’x100’ Chief metal shop building built in 2010. It has full concrete floor, fluorescent lights and ceiling fans, floor drain, 110 and 220 volt electrical service,  bathroom, heated and cooled geo thermally, and insulated. It has two 20’x14’ high electric overhead doors in the south wall and a 20’x14’ high electric overhead door in the west wall. This building is set up for two RV motor home hookups inside the shop and one outside. These hookups are complete with water, sewer, and electricity. There are cement aprons in front of the garage doors. The driveway and area in front of the shop is covered with 3/4 inch crushed black granite rock. This shop is fully equipped with tools and supplies which go with the farm. This home and shop are state of the art, and head and shoulders above what you will find on most farm properties. A lot of time, money, detail, and effort went into planning and building this house and shop. You really need to see this place for yourself to be able to appreciate all the workmanship that went into building this place.  The second site is located in the SW 1/4 of Section 3, T10N, R40W, Perkins County. Building improvements include (2) metal buildings, an open front storage shed and 191,000 bushels of grain bin storage. The 80’x200’ metal shop building was built in 2004. It is full concrete floor, fluorescent lights, ceiling fans, 110 and 220 electrical service, and has a 80’x75’ shop area that is insulated with floor heat. There is a 21’x25’ finished office with full bathroom and studio apartment over the office. There is a 40’x20’ bi-fold door in the east wall, two 22’x20’ high electric overhead doors in the south wall, and a 40’x200’ long open front lean-too on the south side of the building. There is a cement loading dock on the south east corner of the shop building to load and unload equipment. There is a large sliding door on the west wall of the heated shop that opens into the machinery storage area that is not heated. All office equipment, full line of shop tools, all spare parts, and shop supplies are included in the sale of the Jessen farm. They have an extensive amount of supplies and equipment in the shop including their own hydraulic hose maker and a very large steam cleaner. The bathroom has a washer and dryer for the apartment. This is a state of the art farm shop with plenty of shop space to keep the extensive line of equipment well maintained. There is a full line of farm equipment, including but not limited to: pickups, semi tractors, and trailers that are part of the purchase of the Jessen farm. There is 80’x175’ open front machinery storage building built in 2009. It has electrical service and a coal ash floor. There is a 39’x71’ metal building built in 1975. It is full concrete floor with 110 and 220 volt electrical service, fluorescent lights, and is fully insulated with radiant heat. It has a 20’x12’ high overhead door in the east wall. This building is mainly used to store a Case IH 4440 row crop sprayer during the winter. It is also used for chemical and seed storage.  Grain storage at this site includes 191,000 bushels. There are three 9,000 bu grain bins built in 1970’s. They have full air floors and 8 inch unload augers and were recently painted and sealed. There are two 1,000 bu cone bottom bins, a 40,000 bu grain bin with 10 inch unload auger, two 36,000 bu bins with 10 inch unload, one 30,000 bu bin with 8 inch unload, one 20,000 bu bin with 8 inch unload auger.  There is fuel storage at this site. The third site is located in part of the SE1/4SE1/4 of Section 36, T11N, R40W, Perkins County.  It has a 1,360 SF home built in 1927. It has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with a partially furnished basement. There is a 40’x48’ wood frame utility building built around 1950 with full concrete floor and 110 volt electrical service.  The fourth site is located in the SW1/4 of Section 15, T11N, R41W, Perkins County and has a 1,343 SF 1.5 story house built around 1923. The house has 4 bedrooms and 1 bathroom and a partially finished basement. There is a 39’x64’ wood and steel frame utility building built around 1968 with full concrete floor and 110 volt electrical service. The fifth site is located in part of the SE1/4 of Section 9, T7N, R40W, Chase County. It has a 60’x100’ metal shop building built in 1978. The building has a full concrete floor, 110 and 220 electrical service, radiant heat, and 25’x25’ attached office with a bathroom. There is a 68’x115’ quonset built in 1982 with full concrete floor. It is used for machinery storage but was originally used for grain storage (80,000 bu). This building has no electrical service. Grain bins at this site include one 40,000 bu bin built in 1986, Two 11,000 bu bins, one 26,000 bu bin, and ten 10,000 bu bins. All the bins were built in the 70’s and 80’s, and are equipped with partial air floors and 8 inch unload augers. There is a 1,000 bu cone bottom with a small grain dryer at this site. There is 189,000 bu of grain storage at this site. LOCATION Just 30 minutes from famous Lake McConaughy and nearby Ogallala situates the farming operation near popular recreational destinations and strong farming country.  Grant, Nebraska has a population of 1,165 people and is the county seat of Perkins County. A new high school was built in Grant a few of years ago and so was a new addition to the hospital.  They have also expanded the airport to handle small jets.  Doctors and other medical specialists fly into Grant on a regular basis to provide medical care to patients.  This is an excellent area to raise a family.  Neighboring towns of Imperial and Holyoke are similar and offer excellent services as well and are located within 30 minutes.  Chase and Perkins County have an average of 19-20 inches of precipitation a year in the form of rain, sleet and snow. Approximately 80% falls in a six month period from April through September making it a ideal grain production farm. This precipitation usually occurs in the form of rain. The other 20% of precipitations usually occurs in the form of freezing rain and snow. The annual snow fall amount is 31 inches. The improvements on the property are well kept and very serviceable.  In short, I believe this is one of the best properties, when judged by the lay of the land, condition and quality of the soils and improvements, and farming practices that I have ever seen.  I am proud and honored to have the Jessen’s entrust our company with the marketing of this property.
$5,709,951  •  8,459 acres
The 8,459+/- acre Pecos Canyon Ranch is dominated by the river and the canyonlands that drain into it. It is really two ranches, split by the county road, with excellent new fences and entrance gates for privacy and security.
$3,250,000  •  8,282 acres
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Rim Rock Livestock is located approximately 10 miles west Casper with West Belt Loop Road forming its eastern boundary and West Poison Spider Road running along the ranch’s northwestern boundary lines. The 7,237± acre ranch is contiguous and consists of 5,667± deeded acres with 1,570± BLM lease acre
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$4,000,000  •  8,200 acres
$5,000,000
Rosebud South RanchThe 8,200-plus acre Rosebud South Ranch lies immediately east of State Highway 314, approximately 45 miles north of Sheridan, Wyoming. It consists of a series of coulees and small valleys that rise from the Rosebud Creek valley to the high divide that separates the Rosebud Creek valley from the Tongue River valley. This is reputation grass country watered by natural springs that puts big gains on calves and yearlings. The natural geography of this country with its brushy draws and lightly timbered hillsides also offers great cover for wildlife, and the ranch has good populations of mule deer and growing populations of elk – not to mention good upland bird habitat. Dryland hay can be cut on approximately 68 acres of meadows, but this is primarily an unimproved grass ranch with no structural improvements – truly an uncut diamond.The Facts:8,200± total acres with 7,200± deededPrimarily deeded, blocked, contiguous grass ranchWatered by natural flowing springsEstimated to carry 500 cows for a seven-month seasonNo structural improvementsLocated at Kirby, Montana and 45 miles north of Sheridan, WyomingReputation ranching countryExcellent mule deer and upland birdsFirst time offered to public 
$5,900,000  •  8,180.33 acres
The opportunity to immerse yourself into some of the most beautiful country in Northern California beckons you from the grind of the business of living. Rich with water, natural beauty, interesting topography, privacy, and recreational activities is Green Valley Ranch. This stunning property encompasses almost 13 square miles of land between Stonyford and Elk Creek. Don your Stetson, mount your horse, and spend the day tending to your herd. In addition to the complete ranch headquarters are 7 year round ponds, 3000 foot frontage on Briscoe Creek, and two wells. Hunters will relish in black tail deer, Tule elk, bear, wild hogs, turkey, quail; while anglers must decide which variety of fish to catch from: largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, catfish, crappie, and bluegill. Tired of the demands imposed from modern society? This property is the antidote to the stress, hustle, and bustle. Come home to this ranch, take a hike, smell the fresh air, watch the sunset, and settle comfortably into the more relaxed lifestyle. This offering includes over 6 miles of Green Valley. This is a visually spectacular, breath-taking valley protected on the east by a weathered, ancient cliff formation, Gravelly Ridge, and then disappears seamlessly into the Mendocino National Forest on the west side. About one half mile of Briscoe Creek meanders through the northern portion of the ranch. The southern portion provides access to the ranch via County Road 306. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: 7 year round ponds 3000 ft frontage on Briscoe Creek on the northern end of the property Runs 200 pair for the season, 100 pair year round Fenced and crossed fenced Ranch headquarters 1500 sq ft, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home Barn Shop Corrals Modular home Guest cottage Recreational paradise Blacktail deer, tule elk, bear, wild hogs, turkey, quail Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, catfish, crappie, bluegill Hiking, ATV’ing, biking, horseback riding Varied topography Picturesque 4017.66 acres in Williamson Act Almost 13 square miles of ranch
$25,000,000  •  8,179 acres
Adjacent to the I-90 and I-25 corridor featuring the new interstate overpass and core infrastructure, this is the West’s Keystone Phased Development Ranch. Forming the north boundary of the City of Sheridan and the VA Medical Center, it is perfect for a buyer looking for return on investment, development opportunity, and a legacy land holding. The ranch includes over 400 acres of annexed land provided with city water, city sewer, paved roads, sidewalks, fiber optics, electricity and natural gas. With a history of being an iconic Polled Hereford operation, it has grown into one of Wyoming's most important economic hubs. Straddling Goose Creek with well suited working improvements; fertile irrigated cropland; and thousands of acres of shoulder rangeland the ranch continues to support a sustainable herd of livestock. Tracts on the ranch are already being developed commercially with light manufacturing, data warehousing, and support businesses.