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$4,200,000  •  5,675 acres
Snake River Land & Cattle RanchBeautiful and productive, Snake River Land & Cattle is an operating cattle and hunting ranch operating on 38,899+/- total acres including 5,675+/- deeded acres, and 33,224+/- acres of adjacent BLM grazing permits. The property possesses numerous water resources and is comprised of grasslands, foothills, and mountainous terrain on and surrounding Douglas Mountain. Functional improvements include an older ranch house, cabins, shop, and barn. The property sits within Game Management Unit (GMU) 2 – one of Colorado’s preeminent trophy elk, mule deer, and pronghorn hunting units. Snake River Land & Cattle participates in Colorado’s Landowner Preference Program and has a history of producing bull elk scoring in excess of 350” B&C, as well as trophy mule deer and pronghorn. Located just west of the community of Maybell and north of Dinosaur National Monument in northwestern Colorado. The Facts:5,675+/- deeded acres33,224+/- acres of adjacent BLM land – Snake River Land & Cattle is the base property for the permit on this landAverage stocking rate of 140 pairs during the spring, summer and fall seasons with 743 AUMs attributed to BLM grazingExcellent hunting for trophy elk, mule deer, and pronghornEasily accessed via County Road 10Improvements include a home, cabins, shop and barn1 hour west of Craig, Colorado1 hour 20 minutes west of the Yampa Valley Regional Airport in Hayden, Colorado 1 hour 45 minutes from Steamboat Springs, ColoradoUnencumbered by conservation easement***FOR HIGH RESOLUTION PHOTO GALLERY, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND A VARIETY OF PROPERTY MAPS VISIT HALL AND HALL PROPERTY WEBSITE ***
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$8,900,000  •  5,574 acres
$14,900,000
SweetGrass Ranch is a “five star” recreational paradise located on the edge of the Black Hills approximately 35 miles northeast of Gillette. SweetGrass Ranch totals 5,574± acres representing a truly private end-of-the-road ranch. The ranch is 4,894± deeded acres, plus a 640± acre State of Wyoming lease and a 40± acre BLM lease. It also borders 40,000 acres of mostly roadless Forest Service land that surrounds it on three sides, providing virtually endless recreation opportunities. The two custom built main residences, situated approximately two miles apart, are each approximately 7,800 square foot. They are beautiful homes inside and out. When you drop into the SweetGrass Valley the first building you come to is an impressive indoor riding arena with 10 horse stalls and a complete apartment. The other improvements include a 3,000 square foot underground shelter, five fully self-contained 1,600 square foot cabins, a set of corrals, a large equipment shed, a commercial sized heated shop, and a greenhouse. The improvements at SweetGrass are second to none! The ranch has abundant wildlife including elk, whitetail deer, mule deer, antelope, turkey, Pintail grouse, ducks, geese, coyote, bobcat, mountain lion, raccoon, badger, blue heron, foxes, rabbits, and numerous species of hawks and eagles. There are also several stocked fishing ponds. In summary, Sweetgrass Ranch is an exceptionally well improved, very private ranch bordering 40,000 acres of National forest. The Facts: ~ 5,574± total acres: 4,894± deeded, 640± acres of Wyoming State lease, and 40± acres of BLM lease ~ Luxurious improvements with two custom built homes ~ Impressively finished indoor arena with stalls, runs, kitchen, and apartments ~ Other improvements include a fully equipped underground shelter, five 1,600 sq. ft. cabins, corrals, a large equipment shed, a large heated shop, and a greenhouse. ~ Approximately 45 miles northeast of Gillette. ~ Extremely private setting in timbered area of NE Wyoming ~ Excellent hunting for trophy elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, and antelope ~ Excellent high-speed internet and phone from ranch owned tower
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$7,750,000  •  5,574 acres
$16,500,000
Located in the Curlew Valley near I-84 in Box Elder County (west of Snowville, Utah) Water rights to irrigate approximately 3,505 acres 31 center pivots on 10 deep wells Improvements include storage and shop buildings, scales, grain silos, homes, and livestock shelters 2018 property taxes: $27,714 Currently growing alfalfa hay and grains Contact us for additional farm information on water, soils, improvements, etc.
$7,200,000  •  5,544 acres
Steels Fork Ranch is a rare income producing contiguous all deeded grass ranch on the high rolling plains of Colorado. The ranch is 5,544 deeded acres, all in one block. It's been in the same family since 1940. The pride of ownership shows in the condition of the improvements, native grass and improved grass rangeland. The ranch is comprised of 3,929 acres of grassland, 160 acres dry land hay and 1,455 acres of CRP. There are 2 CRP contracts expiring in 2020 and 2022. ProductionThe owner rates the carrying capacity at approximately 12-14 acres per cow/calf pair for the growing season. With 240 ton of hay production, and the purchase of some hay, the owner estimates that the ranch should run 300 pairs. ImprovementsThe ranch has two comfortable homes. A 1967 remodeled ranch style home with 2,274 finished square feet, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and a full basement and an efficient new 2019 home with 1520 square feet up and a full basement ready to finish with 10 ft ceilings, and 2 beds, 2 baths. Supporting ranch structures include an historic 1909 60x40 barn with a hayloft, 2 car garage, 4 grain bins (7600 bushel storage), 42x96 equipment shed,72x30 gain storage or equipment building, 96x30 grain storage or equipment shed, a 45x60 barn, corrals, windbreaks, and a 40x100 Quonset. All buildings and improvements have been meticulously maintained. There are two wells and an extensive pipeline system and stock tanks that service the ranch. IncomePassive Income produced from 36 wind turbines, CRP contracts, and grazing leases. Mineral RightsThe ranch uniquely has nearly 100% of the mineral rights. There are 5,389 net mineral acres that transfer with the ranch. Water RightsThe included water rights were decreed in District Court Water Division 2 case #2007CW6. Annual appropriations are: 529.5 ac ft/yr in the Denver Aquifer plus 64 acre ft per year reserved outside of the decree. 1340 ac/ft/yr in the Arapahoe Aquifer and 1444 ac/ft/yr in the Laramie Fox Hills Aquifer.Hunting/recreationMule Deer pronghorn antelope coyote fox, other varmints. Area/LocationThe ranch, located 10 miles south of Calhan, Colorado is within 20 minutes of the metro Colorado Springs area and one hour to Castle Rock, Colorado. This High Plains area, 20 miles east of Colorado Springs is in the path of growth. The area is rural with a mix of ranches, farms and rural residential. The area is well known for its short grass prairie and cattle gains. Merely minutes from Colorado Springs, a growing metropolitan area with a strong military base presence and popular tourist destination, this area affords all the conveniences of the city with the peace and quiet of the rural ranch lifestyle. Colorado Springs is close to Colorado renowned Ski Areas Cripple Creek and America's Mountain (Pikes Peak). Located in the metro area are Garden of the Gods, the Air Force Academy, world class restaurants and entertainment venues, and historic Manitou Springs. The potential to develop the highly sought after water resources and develop the mineral estate give this property a substantial upside. Land development is also possible within the constraints of the wind farm. Qualified buyers, Call Jim Digby to schedule your private tour,
$4,900,000  •  5,520 acres
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Beard Family Ranch is a beautiful cattle and recreational ranch situated in Caliente, California comprising 5,520± acres under Williamson Act Contract.
$4,100,000  •  5,500 acres
Description: Seymour Farm, consisting of 5,500± deeded acres, is a productive dryland farm located in Lincoln and Kiowa County, Colorado. The farm is located 70 miles east of Colorado Springs on the fertile eastern plains, known for its dryland farm production. The topography is slightly rolling to mostly flat. The farm has nice improvements featuring a beautiful newer brick home. Four tracts make up the Seymour Farm and the owner will entertain offers on individual parcels. The views are expansive including Pike’s Peak, which can be seen to the west. The farm will sell with all personal property needed to operate the farm. The Facts: ~Dry farm ~5,500± total deeded acres ~4,500± dryland farm acres ~1,000± grassland acres ~Newer 3,200± square foot brick home w/two car garage ~150’X82’ steel building ~All equipment included with sale ~1,100± acres growing wheat crop included to May 1, 2020 ~Two submersible electric wells ~Corrals and cattle lot ~Views of Pike’s Peak ~School at Karval
$16,800,000  •  5,498 acres
Consisting of 35 Highly productive quarters spread over 23 miles. There are 5498 acres of deep fertile soils that provide the foundation for excellent level dryland crops. The entire operation is managed from an impressive headquarters in western Nebraska.
$6,350,000  •  5,457 acres
Montana Wildlife Retreat Ranch is truly one of Montana's hidden treasures. The ranch consist of over 5,457 +/- acres of which 3818 +/- are deeded and the balance is BLM and State Leased. It boasts miles and miles of flowing Judith river, Salt Creek, and Bear Springs creeks, rolling terrain, timbered breaks, grassy meadows, brushy bottoms, and several small seasonal drainages. . The Montana Wildlife Retreat Ranch is home to heavy populations of record class elk, and mule deer. It also offers excellent hunting for whitetail deer, waterfowl, turkeys, and upland game birds. The clean fresh water of the Judith River provides excellent fishing for rainbow and brown trout, sauger, walleye, bass, catfish, and northern pike. There are also 3 private fish ponds stocked with trout, catfish, and record class yellow perch. For the rancher, investor, Non-Profit organization or sportsman this is a must-see property.This ranch has been managed for almost three decades to produce trophy elk. It also serves as an excellent grass ranch for cattle or bison with excellent fences, cover, and water. There are about sixteen miles of eight-foot high game fence enclosing about 1,600+ acres. Gates have been lowered and opened to allow free passage of deer and elk.Of the 3818 acres of deeded land, 3610 acres are classified as Agricultural with 400 Aum's being grazed for 6 months. This ranch provides the outdoorsman with incredible opportunity for hunting, fishing, hiking, fossil collecting, canoeing, kayaking, and more activities. The owner has taken 20 plus bulls by archery, with several in the 350+ range. Location:The ranch is located in Fergus County in central Montana, about 45 miles north of Lewistown and 15 miles west of the town of Winifred. The nearest major international airports are in Billings, Montana, or Great Falls, each about a 2-hour drive from the ranch and provides a broad range of services. Owners state there is a FAA approved 3,300 conceptual air-strip ready to be built. The ranch is situated in an area where families have farmed and ranched for generations. The current owners have owned the property for over 29 years. Lewistown economy is driven by agriculture, but coupled with the areas topography, proximity of public lands, the Missouri River, Judith River, and world class hunting and fishing, recreation and tourism has also become a growing segment in the local economy.ImprovementsThe ranch has a modest set of improvements consisting of three very similar 2-bedroom, 3 bath split level homes that were built in 1979. The homes overlook the Judith River and were recently supplied by fiber optic cable for high speed internet. The owners occupy one of the homes and the other two are primarily used for guest. There is also a 36x42 shop with metal siding and roof and a 40x80 prefab steel building. As a rancher, sportsman, or investor, rarely does a property of this stature become available! Water & MineralsThe ranch has over 5 miles of Judith River frontage. The Judith River, a tributary to the Missouri River, is supported by Big Spring which is one of the largest cold-water springs in the world. The Judith River offers excellent recreation, a source for livestock and wildlife water, and fishing. Several miles of Salt Creek and Bear Springs Creek also course through the ranch. There are other seasonal drainage's that feed the water ways on the ranch as well. Current owners hold eight water rights from the Judith River , Salt Creek, and Bear Springs Creek. All water rights will convey at closing. All mineral rights held by the seller will also be conveyed at closingAgents Comments: Whether you are looking for a ranch, a recreational property, a family compound, Corporate retreat , or just an excellent investment, you owe it to yourself to view this property. Once you step foot on it, you will fall in love with it. Rolling terrain, coulees and valleys, uncountable wildlife, and miles of flowing river and creeks make this a wonderland for anyone desiring to have a piece of the Big Sky Country. But, if you are looking for a first class property to raise cattle, or horses, this property with sixteen miles of eight foot high fencing, corrals, abundant water rights, and lush grasses is ready.This is prime habitat for elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, waterfowl, and upland birds. Over 5 miles of the Judith River winds through the property. The Montana Wildlife Retreat Ranch is a true treasure waiting to be acquired by a fortunate buyer.
$6,094,000  •  5,417 acres
Castle Rock Farms offers 5417 plus-minus deeded acres conveniently located close to the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota in Butte County. The FSA shows 4656 acres of cropland and 309 acres of CRP which is 92% of the farm. Also included is a 4-bedroom, 2 bath home with attached garage and an oversized detached garage on a separate lot in Newell. On the north farm, there is a 50' x 40' Morton shop, older machine shed, and 3 grain bins. South of the town of Newell, there are 6 grain bins and 5 hopper bins providing 166,000 bushels of grain storage. The owners have reported wheat yields in the 65-bushel range. Exceptional mule deer and whitetail deer are found on the property. The farm also offers excellent and antelope and turkey hunting as well as waterfowl. This is truly a one-of-a-kind opportunity.Purchase the entire property which will include the house, bin site and 1500 plus-minus acres growing crop or purchase one of the following tracts: CASTLE ROCK FARM - North Tract: consists of 4146 plus-minus deeded acres with 3431 crop acres and 309 CRP acres with the balance hayed or wildlife habitat. Includes Morton shop. This tract has outstanding deer hunting. Price: $4,664,250 or $1125/acre CASTLE ROCK FARM - South Tract: consists of 1,271 plus-minus deeded acres with 1225 crop acres and no improvements. Price: $1,430,000 or $1125/acreLocation: The north farm is located 16 miles north of Newell on Highway 79, then one mile east on Erk Road, a county gravel road. The headquarters and all improvements are based in Newell, a small country town not far from the Black Hills. There is a nine-hole golf course & the farm is not far from Newell Lake for fishing and boating. Commercial airline services are available at Rapid City, about an hour away.Acreage and Current Operation:The farm totals 5417 plus-minus deeded acres with approximately 92% tillable or CRP. The yields reported by the owners have been approximately 65 bushels per acres recently. This will vary yearly depending on conditions and individual fertilizer programs. The farm is mostly dryland crop production with some hayland and CRP. The farm ground is in a fallow/wheat/sunflower rotation with 1,500 plus-minus acres currently in wheat that sells with the farm prior to May 1st. After May 1, the current owner has the rights to harvest the wheat. Base acres include wheat, corn, and sunflowers. The hay is put up by a neighbor on a 50/50 share basis. The farm is in two separate parcels. The seller will entertain offers on individual tracts. There are two CRP contracts on the north farm: Tract # 2439 Contract #137A - 303.50 acres 10-01-2010 to 09-30-2020 Annual payment of $10,009 ($32.98 annual rate per acre) Tract # 2443 Contract #11006 - 5.80 acres 10-01-2019 to 09-30-2029 Annual payment of $151 ($26 annual rate per acre)Climate: According to U.S Climate Data the average rainfall for Newell, SD is 15.6 inches per year. The average high in the warmest month of July is 87 degrees and the average high in January is 30 degrees.Improvements:The home is a 4-bedroom, 2 baths with an attached garage and an oversized detached garage on a separate lot in Newell. Very nice kitchen and the living room has a fireplace. The detached garage has access from the alley and has a pit for oil changes and repairs. On the north farm, there is a 50' x 40' Morton shop, older machine shed, and 3 grain bins. South of the town of Newell, there are 6 grain bins and 4 hopper bins providing 163,000 bushels of grain storage.Recreation & Hunting:One of the benefits of this region is proximity to recreational opportunities with the Black Hills less than an hour away. Snow skiing and snowmobiling are major winter sports in the Black Hills and provide a backdrop seldom experienced anywhere else. Large water reservoirs throughout the region lend to water sports of all kinds just minutes away. Newell Lake lies just over the ridge to the south for easy access to boating & fishing. The farm is secluded and scenic with a thriving deer population and great fishing on the nearby Orman Reservoir. The Belle Fourche Dam, also known as Orman Dam, is a dam on Owl Creek in Butte County, SD, approximately nine miles west of the south tract. The construction of Highway 212 created the Belle Fourche Reservoir, the Belle Fourche National Wildlife Refuge, and the Rocky Point Recreation Area. The reservoir has approximately eight thousand acres of water surface, 6700 acres of land, and 58 miles of shoreline. It's stocked with walleye, catfish, and white bass. Average depth is twenty-five feet, but it has areas as deep as sixty feet at full capacity. Common activities at BFR include boating, fishing, ice fishing, ice skating, camping, cooking out, water skiing, fossil hunting and waterfowl hunting.Excellent cover and habitat on the Castle Rock Farms are provided by the crops and the draws running throughout the farm. The owner has harvested numerous trophy white tail and mule deer over the years. Other wildlife found on the Castle Rock Farm also includes antelope, turkey, coyote, grouse and waterfowl.Mineral Rights: No mineral rights are available with the farm.Real Estate Taxes: The real estate taxes for the year 2018 payable in 2019 were $33,033.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 regarding location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations regarding 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.
$3,300,000  •  5,371 acres
High quality, high protein grass ranch. 4,411± deeded acres, 320± BLM leased acres, 640± State of Wyoming leased acres. Majority of exterior fences are four-strand barbed wire. Cross-fenced into five pastures. Eight private wells; five currently in use. Three windmills; two rebuilt in 2015. Three-mile pipeline supplies water to approximately 11 tanks. Owner has historically run 300 cow/calf pairs. In 2017 the ranch generated $93,000 in grazing and hunting leases. Reclaimed rock quarry with electrical service. Older 1,700 sq. ft. home with two bedrooms and one bathroom. Propane and wood heat. Detached, oversized 2-car garage or mechanics shop with a green house. Reduced Price: $3,300,000 Contact Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 for more details.
$7,900,000  •  5,329 acres
Currently a nature preserve and working cattle ranch, this distinguished ranch belongs to Steven Seagal. These 5,329 hidden acres offers a recreational paradise with numerous lakes, plentiful wildlife and waterfowl; massive log residence; breathtaking mountain views and “off-the-grid” dependability. There is an additional home nearby with a guest house, barns and corrals. The nearby town of Mt. Shasta offers excellent cuisine, art galleries, golf and the hospitality of one of the nicest resort towns in the West.
$3,500,000  •  5,259 acres
The San Arroyo Creek Ranch is 5259+/- total acres with 4626+/- deeded contiguous acres and a 633+/- State Lease 1/2 mile away. The ranch is located approximately 24 miles south of Ft. Morgan or 34 miles northeast of Byers in eastern Adams County and less than an hour from Denver.The San Arroyo Creek Ranch is a true working cattle ranch with a good mix of warm and cool season grasses, providing excellent grazing and gains. The ranch has good fencing throughout and is cross fenced with either barbed wire or high tensile electric fence creating 17 separate pastures. The ranch is also very well watered, 8 wells utilizing electric submersible pumps, solar pumps and a windmill provide water to a 27,000 gallon on demand cistern and an extensive pipeline system for 10 stock tanks strategically positioned around the ranch. There are also automatic waterers located in the feed pens and at the calving barn and corrals.Improvements on the San Arroyo Creek Ranch include: a nicely remodeled 1672 square foot 4 bedroom, 2 bath home, partially finished basement with forced air heating and cooling, 2640 square foot calving barn, 2840 square foot main shop, 2100 square foot shop, 240 square foot storage shed and a 750 square foot garage. In addition to the home and outbuildings there is a very good set of corrals, a working facility and load out chutes located at the headquarters and an additional feeding/backgrounding yard a short distance west of the headquarters.The owner rates the carrying capacity of the ranch at either 22-25 acres per cow/calf pair on a year around basis with some supplemental feed or at 12-14 acres per cow/calf pair for the growing season. Depending on how you want to operate the ranch, it should carry 300 +/- pairs plus bulls and some horses.Hunting on the San Arroyo Creek Ranch can be very rewarding as well. You will likely get the opportunity to hunt the occasional Monster Muley or Pronghorn, varmints, small game and pheasants. You will definitely be able to experience some great Plains hunting!The Seller intends to participate in an IRS 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange, so the sale of the San Arroyo Creek Ranch is contingent upon the Seller being able to locate and place under contract a satisfactory exchange property prior to Closing. The Seller also intends to help facilitate the transfer of the "State Lease" to the Buyer pending approval of said transfer by the State Land Board.Qualified Buyers, please contact Rick Kusel to schedule a personal showing of the Sand Arroyo Creek Ranch
$5,150,000  •  5,246 acres
MTX Ranch is a 7,357± acre (5,246± deeded) mountain landscape located between the Ruby and Madison Valleys in southwest Montana near the historic community of Virginia City. The ranch rises above the valley floor expanding southerly into the north end of the Gravelly Mountain Range and adjacent BLM lands. The ranch is vastly timbered interspersed by grassy meadows and bifurcated by flowing springs which ultimately collect and flow into the Ruby River. Historically, MTX Ranch has been utilized as a summer grazing operation inclusive of the deeded and BLM permits with ancillary recreational interests including big game hunting for deer, elk and bear. The lands have been professionally managed over the years and the quality in operations is apparent. Dozens of miles of two-track roads make the ranch fully accessible. Southwest Montana and the Ruby Valley, in particular, has become very appealing in the overall western ranch market. It is proximal to multiple small colorful communities, convenient from Bozeman and its commercial airfield and is unencumbered by conservation easement. Steeped in rich history, the area was settled during the gold rush era of the 1860s and remnants of that era are still apparent. Given the mountain terrain that encompasses the MTX Ranch, it has a feel of being substantially larger than it is and represents strong value in this desirable region of Montana. The Facts: ~ 5,246± deeded acres ~ Adjoins BLM and national forest ~ Vast timber resources, grassy meadows and small streams ~ Seasonal grazing supports 375 pairs for five months including BLM grazing permits ~ Variety of wildlife including elk, deer, bear and moose ~ Great views of the Tobacco Root, Ruby, and Madison Mountain Ranges ~ Dozens of miles of internal two-track roads provide excellent access throughout the ranch ~ Proximal to the small communities Virginia City, Ennis, Sheridan and a one-hour drive from Bozeman and commercial air services
$4,500,000  •  5,130 acres
Pampa Ranch is an exquisite, income producing cattle ranch comprising 5,130± acres under Williamson Act Contract. Situated near the unincorporated town of Bena, California in eastern Kern County, Pampa Ranch presents a carrying capacity of 225 cow/calf pairs. Pampa Ranch also presents prolific water resources—2 wells, 2 springs, 38 water troughs and 100,000 gallons of water storage.
$6,500,000  •  5,128 acres
The Denny Ranch is a nice a combination of productive grazing, and scenic land totaling 5,128± deeded acres fenced and cross fenced into six different pastures. The terrain is a mix of Wyoming hard grasses known for putting significant gains on cattle, rolling hills and draws which are lined with pine and cedar trees and low creek bottoms along Rawhide Creek. Rock outcroppings cover a large portion of the ranch and winter protection for livestock is provided by huge cottonwood trees that cover a large portion of the lower bottoms of the ranch along the head of Rawhide Creek. Water on the ranch is provided by several wells, windmills and underground pipeline and Rawhide Creek. A portion of the ranch was first purchased by the Denny Family in 1902 and is being sold for the first time. The Facts: ~ Located 12 miles from Lusk ~ 5,128± all deeded acres ~ Located on Rawhide Creek ~ Strong hard grass with proven results ~ Huge cottonwood trees, pine, and cedar trees cover a portion of the ranch ~ Excellent cattle and wildlife protection ~ Six wells, pipeline & Rawhide Creek ~ Two homes, one three-bedroom and one two-bedrooms ~ Barns, corrals and shop ~ Elk, deer, turkey and antelope ~ Excellent hunting ~ Privacy ~ All-weather road
$6,125,000  •  5,125 acres
The 4-S Ranch offers 4535 contiguous deeded acres of hard grass rangeland and irrigated farm land, located 10 miles North of Broken Bow, in the heart of cattle country. Three submersible wells feed the 43 stock tanks laid out on the property. The 17 pastures are surrounded by very good fence. In the Northeast corner lies a 2010 8 tower Zimmatic center pivot with 125 certified irrigated acres underneath. North of the pivot, an additional 590 acres of Board of Education land are currently under lease until 2021. *See Interactive Map for DetailsExcellent big game hunting can be found throughout the entire property with abundant Mule deer, Whitetail deer, and Merriam turkeys. A primitive hunting cabin with water and a wood stove is located West of the South corrals. Agent has an ownership interest.- Great County Road Access- 800 + cow or 1500 yearling carrying capacity (5 Months)- 800 GPM Irrigation well- 3 Submersible stock wells- 100,000 feet of buried water line- 43 stock tanks (many tire tanks)- Excellent cross fence *Co-Brokers Welcome*
$8,250,000  •  5,107 acres
Under Contract
Spanning over 5107 acres in central Mendocino County, the Wheelbarrow Ranch is multidimensional in both its resources and beauty. Arriving at the Ranch via direct access off US Highway 101, one ascends up a well maintained gravel road through a protected forested canopy until a vast high mountain valley reveals itself in its full spender with towering Valley Oaks welcoming the visitor in their magnificence as they have done through the centuries. At its outset Wheelbarrow Valley is divided by a large mountainous outcropping that has been known as the “Island” from time memorable. As one travels further into the interior, the valley opens up and is met by its eastern finger creating an even more expansive flat crossed by Wheelbarrow Creek and its many tributaries. From the valley floor, one could look in all directions to the lush forests that nestles this magnificent valley. LIVESTOCK The Wheelbarrow Ranch strikes the right balance between a productive livestock operation and a long term sustainable timber production with the added benefit of its phenomenal recreational attributes. Currently the ranch runs between 50-70 cow/calf units. This number could be increased if resources were committed to water development for valley irrigation, dry farming where irrigation is unfeasible and perimeter and cross fencing, repaired and/or placed, to increase the quantity and quality of the grazing area. TIMBER There has not been an official timber cruise done to determine the actual volume of existing timber but it is safe to say there is a vast stand of Douglas Fir, literally millions upon millions of board feet, that is representative of significant working asset. Whether one wishes to bank this reserve and let it grow for future generations, harvest it at a sustainable level or sell the carbon credit, there is a real value here that should produce an exponential rate on its own accord. RECREATION Of course, the recreational merits of a natural treasure such as this are endless . With close proximity to the San Francisco Bay Area and Sonoma Airport, access to a sportsman is easily accessible. Teeming with Blacktail Deer, bear, Tule Elk, wild hog, turkey, mountain and valley quail, bangtail pigeon, migratory birds in season, mountain lion and bobcat one’s always guessing what the next corner will yield. The Ranch would seem to be a perfect candidate for California Fish & Wildlife Private Land Management Program (PLM). The depth, diversity of terrain and water attributes all contribute to making the Ranch a wildlife haven which was not lost on the original Pomo Indian inhabitants nor the later European settlers who were drawn to this rich region and whose respective settlements are evidenced in niches and corners throughout the Ranch. HISTORICAL Further to its historical significance, the Ranch played host to the legendary Coates - Frost Family Feud that left 8 dead in October of 1867. Legend has it that lawmen pursued the fleeing perpetrators through the Ranch’s backcountry resulting in scattered skirmishes in long forgotten and unmarked battlefields. As one journeys through the depth of the Ranch, there is an underlying sense of stepping back in time when the West was wild and filled with hope for the newcomers to leave their marks. IMPROVEMENTS Besides the wildlife and other natural attributes, there are miles upon miles of improved and unimproved ranch roads and trails for exploring by ATV, horseback or foot. In addition, there are numerous potential campsites, old homesteads and one picturesque functioning backcountry cabin. There is a modest but functional main ranch house, an updated caretaker’s cabin, backwood’s cabin, rental cabin, large workshop/barn with stable, hay barn, numerous outbuildings and some corrals and holding pens. There is electric to the houses, propane delivered and water supplied by a gravity fed spring. WATER Water resources include the Wheelbarrow Creek, Bean Creek, Bud Creek, Tomki Creek and numerous lesser creeks and tributaries. Abundance of water is evidenced by the numerous springs scattered throughout the Ranch. Situated in the valley’s southwest side is the Ranch’s main spring fed reservoir. With crystal clear water and an elevated pier, the reservoir invites the swimmer seeking reprieve from the mid-day heat and the angler seeking it’s abundant bass and bluegill. Property Highlights: • 5,107 acres in central Mendocino County • Direct Access of Highway 101 • 3 Bedroom / 2 Bath Main House • 2 Bedroom Caretakers House • 30' x 50' Hay Barn • 50' x 60' Red Barn • Runs 50-70 Cow/ Calf Pair • Numerous Creeks & Springs • Timber - Millions of Board Feet - Primarily Douglas Fir • Abundant Wildlife - Deer, Pigs, Elk, Bear & Upland Game Birds • Site of Historic Coates - Frost Family Feud (circa 1867) • Miles of Hiking & Riding Trails • Backwoods One Room Cabin • Multitude of Micro-climates • One Acre Pond - Great Swimming / Fishing
$8,900,000  •  5,105 acres
The Basin Ranch is a rare opportunity to own 5,105 acres within a one-hour drive of Carmel-by-the-Sea and Pebble Beach, and just over an hour-and-a-half drive from the San Francisco Bay Area. The property is located west of Greenfield off of Carmel Valley Road and lies in the beautiful Santa Lucia Mountains. There is ample water from wells, creeks, and natural springs. The ranch offers privacy, and a multitude of opportunities for use: hunting, raising livestock, equestrian pursuits, or the development of a family ranch compound, retreat, or estate. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: Rare large-acreage offering near the southern end of Monterey County's coveted Carmel Valley 22 total parcels, 19 with certificates of compliance, 17 parcels enrolled under the Williamson Act, ranch currently runs a small cow/calf operation Back to market with a newly completed access road and maintenance agreement - all roads graded June 2019 - in great condition Incredible privacy and 360-degree views of the Santa Lucia Mountains and the Ventana Wilderness Water – 3 wells, and multiple ponds and reservoirs Hunting opportunities include deer, pigs, turkey, quail, and predators Nice location situated near Carmel Valley Road, would allow for a spectacular family ranch estate or recreation compound - only fifteen minutes from U.S. Highway 101 This ranch would make an excellent 1031 exchange property or land-bank
$20,100,000  •  5,076 acres
The Wearden Ranch is an exceptional recreational property featuring farming income and prime rice land. Nearly 3,000 acres of live oak woods bracketed by crops and pasture, in an area renowned for its waterfowl hunting, provide for some of the best hunting opportunities within 100 miles of Houston.
$10,040,835  •  5,033 acres
Coke County 5033± acres just minutes to Robert Lee, and only 30 minutes to San Angelo! Best variety ranch I have seen in a long time! Totally game-fenced, game managed for deer and quail since 1995, Parks & Wildlife Stewardship Award, Quail Biologist out of Texas A&M University Dale Rollins comments, "this is the best quail ranch in the region!" This amazing ranch features an 8BR/7BA hunting lodge with an owners suite, office, game room, and a great room with a large rock fireplace, wet bar, gun safe, two kitchens, nice dining area, and porches on two sides. There's also a firepit-cook area, game cleaning area with cool vault, freezer vault, 20' x 50' vehicle shop, large 3-door garage, large covered parking area, 6 water wells, 2 windmills, 40 blinds, 28 corn feeders, 16 protein feeders, grain bins with feed buggy, approximately 150± acres of food plots, 17 different pastures all with electricity and water, approximately 11± miles of underground water lines, approximately 40± miles of ranch roads, a shooting range with cabana out to 500 yards. Then add 3 seasonal creeks, approximately 26± miles of high fence, approximately 17± miles of interior fences, 2 dammed fishing lakes, 6 stock tanks, a large approximately 60± acre lake site, a 5-stall horse barn with tractor shed, 30' x 60' equipment barn with 30' x 60' wings, workshop, dog kennel, sporting clay range. Wildlife includes approximately 600± native Whitetail deer at a 1:1 buck/doe ratio, lots of quail, turkey, wild hogs, Javalina, bobcats, coyotes and all other native game, as well as great fishing!!! The ranch can run approximately 300± cows. Wildcat and Lone Mountain Escarpment provide West Texas character at its best!! Lake Spence is within sight and is only 4 miles away offering recreational boating and additional fishing! Due to the fact that this ranch has been designed and monitored by a Resource Conservation Game Biologist and the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department since 1997, it is truly not only rare and unique, but one of the best I have ever seen! Don't miss this once in a lifetime opportunity! Go look at the rest then come see the best! Priced at only $1,995/acre! Call Jeff Soele (210) 705-4013. * Paved airstrips and airports in Robert Lee, San Angelo, Sweetwater and Abiliene, Texas.
$18,000,000  •  5,000 acres
Costa Rica - 5000± acres. Two rivers, paved access, near Liberia, Guanacaste. By air, approx. 2.5 hours from Houston, Texas. Ranching - Farming at its' best! Approximately 3,000± acres grass land, and approximately 2,000± acres jungle! Approximately 300± acres irrigated! Used to be Aloe farm. Both sides of two crystal-clear rivers with deep holes, rapids, and waterfalls! There are 5 houses on the property, a swimming pool, barn, corrals, 4 wells, and per seller, can run up to 2,000± head of cattle! Then add orange trees, lemon trees, avocado trees, grapefruit trees and lots of wildlife such as deer, pigs, lions, parrots, and monkeys!!! Wow! What a place and opportunity! Approximately 30 minutes to Liberia's new international airport!! Call Jeff Soele 210-705-4013.
$18,500,000  •  4,969 acres
Rancho Aloe consists of approximately 4969 acres of incredibly beautiful Costa Rica cropland and jungle fronting on the east side of the new 4 lane Pan-American Highway 5 kilometers north of Bagaces, approximately 3,000 acres of crop and grazing lands, 1969 acres of natural habitat that could be improved for more production. Property is fenced with 2.5 miles of frontage on the Pan-American highway. Rancho Aloe has an extensive 1.5 million dollar irrigation system that uses water pumped from a river through underground 6 inch pipes to cannon & drip systems that irrigate the farm during the dry season. The 4 rivers run year round and the farm has governmental permits to use this water for its foreseeable needs. In the rain season May thru November average total rainfall is 22 inches and is ample water to raise crops. The Costa Rica farm has agricultural equipment tractors, bulldozer,, wagon, trailers,etc adequate for its business operations. Rancho Aloe has a spacious 4800 sq. ft. custom built in 1944 from wood harvested and milled on the property. The ranch house has a swimming pool, 2 guesthouses, 1 office, barn shop and storage buildings. Fuel tanks, water tanks as well as a gated entry with guard building. Rancho Aloe used to maintain a herd of cattle and currently has a small herd of horses. The ranching activity has stopped as the seller is preparing the property for sale. It is estimated that Rancho Aloe can currently carry 1200 head of cattle and other livestock. There are rock formations on Rancho Aloe that provide excellent materials for road maintenance and building. An airstrip has been improved as well. For more information on the area of Bagaces, please visit: https://www.anywhere.com/costa-rica/destinations/bagaces Possible owner financing. Listing ID: 05071-17028
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$3,495,000  •  4,900 acres
$3,950,000
Casa Tres Unos at Eagle Ridge Ranch is a 6,468± square foot ranch house on 35.2 deeded acres within the Shared Ranch. Completed in 2009, it is of environmentally-friendly and efficient straw bale construction and features six bedrooms, five baths, and a workout room. The custom kitchen holds a wood pizza oven and its main room is centered on an impressive fireplace. Finally, the home is graced with a three-car garage, a 28×40-foot toy barn and an 800± square foot basement that includes wine storage. Whether as a second home, weekend retreat or primary residence, this beautifully-finished custom home shines.
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$999,000  •  4,848 acres
Overview: We are pleased to announce White Oak Creek Ranch (WOCR), offering NE Texas most exclusive ranch memberships where you'll focus on the memories and we'll handle the rest. At a fraction of the cost of traditional ranch ownership, WOCR has proven to be one of the most innovative, time saving and cost-effective approaches to ranch ownership today. Ranch activities begin and end at the focal point of WOCR, the 128+ acre trophy bass fishing "Romal Lake". From there, the activity list is seamless and endless which evokes emotions of summer camp and creates time stamped memories of today.Being a member of White Oak Creek Ranch simplifies the complexity of owning a large ranch by eliminating ranch management and day to day maintenance. Simply stated, this is your time to enjoy. It's time to maximize time together with family, friends and clients at White Oak Creek Ranch!Let the experiences and memories begin! Catch your personal best on one of 4 trophy bass fishing lakes totaling over 164+ acres of prime fishing water! Also enjoy kayaking, paddle boating, picnics on the wildflower laden shoreline of Romal Lake, and peaceful morning coffee. Experience Arkansas style green timber mallard hunting on over 650+ acres of managed wetlands and deer hunting on one of 40 established wildlife food plots all while exploring over 4,800+ acres of pristine creek lined hardwood bottoms. Trail riding on over 50+ miles of manicured trails, and artifact hunting on the banks of White Oak Creek. Skeet shooting on a state-of-the-art voice command five stand or testing your skills on the rifle or pistol range. Utilizing one of four well-appointed guest cabins, watching kids jumping from the swimming platform, grill side dramatic sunsets, sharing stories of local Native Americans camping along the banks of White Oak Creek next to campfires by starlit sky's. These are just a few of the activities to be explored during stays at White Oak Creek Ranch!Location/Local Touring Attractions: White Oak Creek Ranch is equidistant from both Mt. Vernon & Mt. Pleasant, TX, ~95 minutes East of Dallas, ~80 minutes North of Tyler, or a short ~15-20 minute drive if arriving by private aircraft.For the evenings when you don't feel like cooking dinner, members have multiple options to consider. The quaint East Texas downtown of Mt Vernon has been restored and offers vibrant and unique options for lunch and dinner. Mt Pleasant is also a great option if you require more choices, household goods and provides many kid friendly options as well. Members and guests will enjoy the laid-back East Texas pace of either of these two exceptional East Texas towns.Local Wineries:Los Pinos Ranch Vineyards - Pittsburg, TXRed Road Vineyards & Winery - Naples, TXRelax and Wine Down - Pittsburg, TXImprovements: The hard work has been completed with every detail considered, implemented and ready for White Oak Creek members to utilize. Strategically placed around the picturesque Romal Lake are 23 surveyed 10 acre lots that are build ready with a total of 20 memberships being offered. Upon entry an all-weather road has been constructed complete with a concrete entry and an electric piped entry gate, weather tested concrete bridges and culverts that wrap around Romal Lake providing ease of use for any vehicle. All utilities have been thoughtfully delivered to each homesite underground to maintain unimpeded sightlines around the lake. While planning and designing your dream home, members will have access to three well-appointed guest homes to be utilized for members and guests alike on a first come first serve basis. Alternate home construction options are available upon request if custom building is not desired.Hunting activities begin and end at the newly constructed 10,000 SF nostalgic hunters' headquarters. Located a short drive NE of Romal Lake, the hunters' headquarters is set among a towering mature hardwood canopy. No detail was overlooked. Members will appreciate the countless amenities that include a stainless-steel game cleaning station, walk in cooler, concrete/gravel apron around the headquarters, electric roll up doors into ATV and gear storage, on demand endless HEATED hot water for power washing remnants from the field, enclosed temperature controlled storage lockers, full coffee bar, kitchen/dining and living area to relax and reminisce stories from the field.The list does not end there. The ranch also boasts a 1,200 SF covered fishing pier complete with day storage boat slips, concrete boat ramps, 3D Archery range, a state-of-the-art voice command five stand skeet shooting range, covered pistol and rifle range to prepare for days in the field.Surface Water & Fisheries: The ranch features exceptional recreational surface water which includes a ~7, 14, 20, and 128+/- acre lake(s). These lakes are professionally managed and have produced some legendary East Texas Largemouth Bass. The largest bass caught at WOCR was a whopping 14.3 lbs and members routinely catch fish in the 6-10 lb range. Over ~7.8 miles of White Oak Creek runs west to east through the middle property along with ~2 miles of Cobb Jones Creek, ~1.4 miles of Campbell Creek, ~1 mile of Lick Creek, plus over ~23 miles of unnamed creeks and tributaries.Wildlife & Hunting: In terms of wildlife the White Oak Creek Ranch has it all. The ranch has a history of healthy low-fence whitetail genetics. The size of the ranch, topography, diversity, creek draws, year-round live water, thick cover, over 40 managed food plots and feeders, upgraded box blinds all play a significant role in hunting success and deer management. Phenomenal native forbs/cover and habitat also provide a home for feral hogs and a growing population of Eastern Turkeys.Waterfowl: Flooded GREEN TIMBER!!! There are many unique amenities to WOCR but the sheer size and quality of the managed flooded green timber is a site to see. Literally thousands of mallards and other puddle ducks converge on WOCR each year where numerous tv shows have been filmed. Watching mallards fall into tight timber holes is only a dream for most waterfowlers but not at WOCR. The precision leveled wetlands consist of 8 units totally over 580+ acres of managed flooded green hardwood timber, 70+ acres of managed planted wetlands, 60+ acres of natural wetlands and numerous oxbows along White Oak Creek.The property's water assets provide an unmatched duck hunting experience that rival the best anywhere across the state of Texas. Often compared to the legendary timber of Arkansas, there's a reason the folks at Mojo Outdoors describe White Oak Creek Ranch as their top hunting destination for mallards. The managed wetlands feature over 5 miles of levees and flood control structures are designed to flood both wetlands and green timber on demand. The majority of the managed wetlands and timber are fed water by the 128-ac Romal Lake. No matter the rainfall, these managed wetlands can be flooded on demand. WOCR has obtained a rare and valuable permit enabling them to provide members/guests with an indescribable waterfowl experience.Perched at the center of one of the managed wetlands is the "Ultimate Duck Blind". Accessible via UTV's on a submerged graveled trail, the ultimate duck blind is something guests, kids, clients and members won't soon forget. The nostalgic duck blind was constructed to accommodate all types of waterfowl enthusiasts. With a wraparound covered, gravel lined "porch", enclosed sitting area to get out of the weather, green lights for pre-dawn visibility, propane cooking stove and covered UTV parking all combine to make the ultimate waterfowl hunting experience in any hunting condition.Ranch Management/Home Care: WOCR has been managed by the same onsite ranch manager for over 30 years. At WOCR, we are focused on maximizing your time enjoying family and friends. With that approach in mind the ranch management staff will continually maintain and oversee all ranch projects, upkeep and management.WOCR understands the daunting task of cleaning your home when you arrive for the weekend and then cleaning again when you leave. We have you covered. A professional cleaning staff is in place for stays in guest homes. If desired, the cleaning staff is available for personal home cleaning as well on an actual cost basis.Kid/Grandkid Section: What do you look forward to most in the summer months? Family trips? Summer Camp? Time with family and friends? What if you could have that every weekend at White Oak Creek Ranch? Well you can! It's time to play in the mud, jump from the swimming platform or catch your first MONSTER BASS! Find your freedom, learn to shoot a bow, test your skills at skeet. Kayaking on the lakes, paddle boating with your brother/sister or mooing at the cows are a right of passage to growing up. Sitting in a deer stand, going with dad to the duck blind, and exploring miles of ATV trails are a perfect day in the woods to view wildlife. Along the way, catch crawfish on the creek, learn to drink coffee?! End with starting a campfire to roast marshmallows, find the Big Dipper in the sky and go to bed late just to get up early to do it all over again. This is also your time to grow, learn, bond and have a blast!Topography: The topography is rolling throughout much of the ranch with elevation changes surrounding the creeks and ridges on the property. The ranch has a high point of ~360 feet above sea level and a low of ~300 feet above sea level.Airports: Franklin County Municipal (F53) 3,900' x 60' Runway - 20 min from WOCR; Mount Pleasant Regional (OSA) 6,004' x 100' Runway - Jet A Fuel Available - 20 min from WOCR; Passenger Full Service Airports - Shreveport Regional (DTN) ~2 hr drive E of WOCR; Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) ~2 hr drive W of WOCR;Hospitals: East Texas Medical Center - Mt Vernon (15 min); Titus Regional Medical Center - Mt Pleasant (15 min); East Texas Medical Center - Pittsburg (25 min)History: See WOCR website for more information on ranch history (wocr.net)Directions: From Dallas- take I-30 east to Mt Vernon, TX. Exit Hwy 37 (turn left/north); proceed ~1.95 miles to Main Street/Hwy 67 (turn right/east); proceed ~3.9 miles to FM 1896 (turn left/north); proceed ~8.46 miles to the entrance of White Oak Creek Ranch on your left.Latitude 33.2921 Longitude -95.1301Easements: Other than service electric and water none exist to the Owner's knowledge.Utilities: Other than individual homesites all utilities for the ranch are included in the yearly dues. Each homesite is serviced with underground water and electric.Taxes: Other than individual homes all taxes for the ranch are included in the yearly dues. The ranch and 10-acre homesites are Ag/Wildlife Exempt.Timber: WOCR has established a timber management plan that emphasizes thinning of undersized timber and nurturing mature hardwood timber to maintain aesthetics/wildlife habitat. Any timber income will be utilized to offset ranch expenses.Minerals: It is believed that the ranch owns a controlling interest in the mineral estate. To the owner's knowledge, no drilling has ever been completed on the ranch. Although exploration is not intended, if explored, any mineral exploration income will be shared with ranch members on a pro-rata basis.Asking Price: $999,999 - 1,100,000 per Membership which includes your choice of a surveyed 10-acre homesite around Romal Lake. Pricing varies depending on the homesite chosen. Double and Triple Memberships are available. It is estimated that there will be a total of 15-16 members once it is sold out due to some members already electing to purchase double/triple memberships. Multiple financing options are available. Ask Broker for details.Comments: We invite you to visit and experience all that White Oak Creek Ranch has to offer. Once you see it, we know you will agree that it is an extraordinary place to relax, enjoy nature, entertain friends and most importantly - build a family legacy for generations to come. You focus on the memories we'll handle the rest.Contact:Cash McWhorter, Broker/Partner, 469-222-4076Stephen Schwartz, Sales Agent, 903-738-7882Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.