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$5,500,000  •  4,161 acres
$6,500,000
Muleshoe Ranch - Wheatland, Platte County, Wyoming: 2016 passive income from this property was $100,000 generated by leasing the grazing and irrigated crop ground. The 4,161± acre Muleshoe Ranch is located 10 minutes west of Wheatland and is comprised of approximately 839.24 deeded acres and 3,321.74 BLM lease acres with sweeping views of the Laramie Mountain Range. The cottonwood tree-lined river bottom is the backdrop for the 9,766 sq. ft. home that was built in 2007 with master craftsmanship and attention to every detail. This elegant ranch home has a superior combination of luxury and function with room for family, entertaining, and business. The large gourmet kitchen has custom, rustic, cherry cabinets with granite counter tops along with a breakfast nook. Appliances in the kitchen include a 60” Wolf range, dual convection ovens, two Sub-Zero refrigerators, and a freezer. The master suite is complete with a sitting area, gas fireplace, “morning” kitchen, and master bath. There are three additional bedrooms, each with walk-in closets and private bathrooms. The home also includes a great room with a stone fireplace, office, game room, theater room, and two over-sized, heated double garages. The historic Muleshoe Ranch headquarters on Sybille Creek include a rock horse barn that dates back to the mid-1800s. This ranch was one of the earliest established ranches in the area due to the location and productivity of the land. The second oldest territorial water rights from the Muleshoe Ditch, along with two Zimmatic pivots, provide water to the fertile 225 acres of river bottom farmland. The ranch is owner rated at 250 heifers for five months. There are also equipment sheds, numerous outbuildings, working corrals, horse paddocks, and a roping arena. A variety of wildlife is abundant on the ranch and includes whitetail deer, mule deer, turkeys, waterfowl, coyote, and eagles. Contact Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 for more details. Price Reduced from $6,500,000 to $5,500,000
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$3,850,000  •  4,101 acres
$3,950,000
The Reiradon Hills Ranch, located nine miles east of Sterling, Colorado, is a productive grass ranch which is owner rated at 200 pairs and offers excellent water, protection and improvements with the cattleman in mind. The 4,101.12± acre ranch consists of 1,517± deeded acres and 2,584± State of Colorado lease acres which includes 384± acres of improved pasture or hay ground on the ranch. Improvements include a 12,053 sq. ft. stucco with log accents home, four bedroom, 5 1/2 bathrooms and an indoor pool. The other improvements include a 60’x80’ heated insulated shop, 30’x70’ heated calving barn, steel shipping pens with a covered processing area, 18’x68’ horse barn and other ranch outbuildings. The ranch has six wells, the main stock well is solar and electric with a 25,000-gallon storage tank and a new pipeline that provides water to insulated fiberglass tanks strategically located throughout the ranch. Reduced Price: $3,850,000 Contact Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 or Ryan Rochlitz at (307) 286-3307 for more details.
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$3,480,000  •  4,050 acres
$3,795,000
Hooks RanchThe Hooks Ranch compound and its distinctive red barn bearing the Hooks Ranch name is located south of Interstate 90 just 29 miles east of the town of Big Timber. The ranch’s 4,050± acres (3,410± deeded and 640± state lease) lie in the Schoolhouse Creek drainage and are predominantly productive rangeland, which benefits from the area’s higher than average precipitation. The ranch has a full array of working facilities which complement the two-story, four-bedroom ranch home, and support a 160-head cattle operation. The ranch also has 214± acres classified as forest according to Montana tax records, and these pockets of evergreens located in the draws and north facing slopes provide diversity to the landscape as well as habitat for elk and other game animals. The distant views of the Beartooth Front to the southwest and the Crazy Mountain Range to the northwest provide a dramatic, often snowcapped, backdrop to the rolling landscape. Hooks Ranch offers a viable livestock operation and strong wildlife amenities, with convenient access to Billings, Bozeman, and the smaller communities of Big Timber and Columbus along the Yellowstone River Valley.The Facts:4,050± total acres (3,410± deeded and 640± state lease)Located along the Yellowstone River corridor 29 miles east of Big Timber, 56 miles west of BillingsOwner rated at 160 animal unit year-round capacity, or 200 animal units if hay is purchasedTwo-story, four-bedroom ranch home, distinctive 1940 wood barn, 42x80 metal shop, 36x36 metal horse barn, hay barn, additional outbuildingsFull set of corrals and livestock facilitiesExcellent water distribution with seasonal Schoolhouse Creek, spring-fed pond, wells and pipelinesConvenient access off Interstate 90Trophy elk, deer, antelope, upland birds and wild turkeysLess than a mile from the Yellowstone River, and convenient access to skiing in Red LodgeExpansive views of the Beartooth and Crazy Mountain ranges
$4,605,100  •  3,869 acres
The Danforth Ranch is the ultimate hunting ranch consisting of 2638 +/- deeded acres and an additional 1231 BLM grazing allotment. The ranch borders thousands of acres of BLM lands that has very limited public access. The water improvements are extensive consisting of 8 springs, 15 reservoirs and 5 wells with miles of pipelines. This ranch is set up to hunt and every possible location for a blind or stand has one strategically located on water.For years the current landowner has improved the forage and water on this ranch for the maximum hunting potential. Approximately 400 acres have been planted into a mixture of alfalfa, sainfoin and other grasses and legumes that are absolute game magnets! The ranch puts up over 400 tons of hay on an annual basis and can support approximately 150 pair.Located 1/2 hour northwest of Meeker, Colorado, 40 minutes southwest of Craig, Colorado and approximately 1 1/2 hours southeast from Vernal, Utah. The ranch is split into two different hunting units which are hunting units 211 and 11. The ranch qualifies and receives multiple deer and antelope vouchers with over the counter elk vouchers for archery, 2nd season and 3rd season. Typically there are leftover tags for the 1st rifle season as well.Being groomed for ultimate hunting success this ranch has been built to hunt for just you, family and close friend or can be a very successful hunting business as it has been for years. Call today for your qualified showing on a ranch that has been built to hunt!!
Contact for Price  •  3,868 acres
Within a short commute of Fredericksburg, Mason, and Kerrville this 3868 acres defines the Texas Hill Country. The ranch offers both good bottom land and majestic views from the properties large hill tops. This Mason and Kimble County property is an excellent recreational ranch offering good numbers of native game and outstanding blue green live water. The ranch currently operates as a cattle ranch along with the properties recreational use. The Little Devils River runs through the property for almost 2 miles with ownership on both side of the river. The Little Devils offers year around crystal clear water with both shallow running water and very deep pools for fishing and swimming. The property has been divided into several pastures to allow for rotational grazing. The ranch has excellent road frontage and access. The Little Devils River Ranch offers a very diverse landscape covered in large oaks and other hardwoods.
$11,720,000  •  3,860 acres
The Rolling Fork River Ranch is one of the largest contiguous and fully-functional cattle operations in Arkansas with premier sorting facilities. The property is known for its productivity and beautiful rolling terrain. The 3,860± acre ranch boasts a custom-built main home, banquet house, and chapel, as well as additional smaller homes and outbuildings – the perfect property for an exclusive hunting lodge or corporate retreat. This property also has the potential to be used as a destination wedding venue. Property Features: 3,860± contiguous acres Fully-functional cattle operation w/ premier sorting facilities Excellent US Hwy 70 frontage w/ multiple gated access points 5+ miles of hwy frontage All pastures are fenced with excellent water sources 20± acre stocked lake 10± acre stocked lake Exceptional wildlife habitat Turkey, deer, duck, wild hog & small game hunting opportunities 3± miles Rolling Fork River frontage 5± miles Rock Creek frontage Beautiful rolling hills 7,000± ft pipe fence w/ pipe posts, top rail w/ sucker rod strands Barbed wire perimeter Substantial cross-fencing Utilities include electricity, telephone, rural water & 4 private septic systems J. Lynn Helms Sevier County Airport located on adjacent property capable of jet landings & take-offs Improvements Include: Main Home: 5,768± sq ft, custom-built, 2-story, 4 BR, 4.5 BA, in-ground pool Banquet House: 6,610± sq ft, 2-story, 4 BR, 2.5 BA Garage/Office: 1,800± sq ft, 1 BA Chapel: 3,692± sq ft, 2 meeting rooms, 3.5 BA Office/Home: 1,337± sq ft, 1-story, 3 BR, 1 BA Shop: 3,060± sq ft, 34’x90’, (3) 10’ roll-up doors, ½ BA Barn: 6,004± sq ft, 45’x84’ Boat Dock: 800± sq ft, 20’x40’, covered Cattle Barn/Sorting Facility: 32,260± sq ft Shed: 1,400± sq ft, 35’x40’ Rental Home: 1,915± sq ft, 2-story, 4 BR, 2 BA 5 Loafing Sheds: 20’x32’ each Cattle Operation: The Rolling Fork River Ranch, known for its productivity and beauty, is one of the largest contiguous fully-functional cattle operations in Arkansas and boasts one of the best sorting facilities in the region. It’s located in SW Arkansas on the Oklahoma border approximately 5 miles west of De Queen, AR on US Highway 70 (over 3.5 miles of frontage) with multiple gated access points on the highway.  All pastures are well fenced and have excellent water sources, including 3± miles of Rolling Fork River frontage and 2.5± miles of Rock Creek frontage. The property features a balanced percentage of upland wintering ground to highly productive grazing/hay or meadow pasture. Recreational Opportunities: The Rolling Fork River Ranch features an abundance of hunting and recreational opportunities. The rolling terrain with diverse creek bottoms creates an excellent wildlife habitat. Trophy deer and turkey are abundant along with wild hogs and small game. The Rolling Fork River provides fishing opportunities and several of the stocked lakes boast trophy bass over 8 pounds!  Location: 18 ± miles east of Broken Bow, OK and 5± miles west of De Queen, AR on US Hwy 70. The western boundary is Oklahoma state line. Listing ID: 03101-00002
Contact for Price  •  3,845 acres
Las Moritas Ranch is located in Webb County approximately 15 minutes east of Laredo, Texas at the end of Wormser Rd. The ranch terrain is mostly in South Texas native brush and grasses with a slight roll to the land with low lying wet-weather creek areas and four ponds. This Webb County ranch has an abundance of native wildlife including: whitetail deer, quail, dove, turkey and feral hogs. The ranch has an improved road system & good boundary fencing and cross-fencing that allows livestock to be moved around the ranch easily. To view more please visit this page Shown by appointment only with Texas Ranch Sales LLC. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Texas Ranch Sales, LLC.
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$10,750,000  •  3,798 acres
$13,500,000
Graystones PreserveIn the heart of the eastern seaboard’s finest fly fishing rivers sits Graystones Preserve. A true eastern legacy property, Graystones’ 3,798± acres and three miles of cold clear trout water surrounded by state parks on three sides provide unsurpassed beauty and privacy just two hours from New York City’s financial and business centers and 90 minutes from Philadelphia. Mountain laurel and rhododendron spill from the mountainsides and 100-year old oak, maple, ash and cherry tower overhead, providing a refuge for deer, bear, turkey and people. With seven residential structures and approximately 28 bedrooms, there is ample accommodation for the largest families, a corporate retreat center or a first-rate commercial venture. Mature timber and potential mineral rights provide solid underlying assets that further bolster the value proposition for this once in a lifetime purchasing opportunity.The Facts:• Located outside Albrightsville, Pennsylvania• Two hours from NYC• 90 minutes from Philadelphia• Three miles of both sides of premium fly fishing water• Large tiger, brown, rainbow and eastern brook trout• 3,798± acres with mature timber and excellent wildlife• Borders Hickory Run and Lehigh Gorge State parks• Public lands boundaries on three sides• Seven residential structures with 31 bedrooms• Unparalleled privacy and wilderness setting  
$95,000,000  •  3,790 acres
The Historic Veale Ranch is a very rare offering, available to only the best of land stewards and most savvy investors. This large working cattle ranch is unique because of its size and location in the area, and the ranch gate is only 11 miles west of downtown Fort Worth!
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$11,274,345  •  3,777 acres
$12,150,400 • Under Contract
3777 +/- ACRE CATTLE RANCHPrice Reduced: $11,274,345 or $2,985 per acre.Animal Units: Runs 1000 mother cowsTerms: CashLocation: S.E. Oklahoma, Pittsburg Co., just south of McAlester, OK.Comments:  Without a doubt, one of the best cattle ranches anywhere. Grasses have been developed over years and years. You will not find a more productive cattle ranch. This ranch is 95% open. Current owners usually run 2,500 yearlings.Improvements:    Large brick home, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath    Second brick home (very nice) 3 bedroom, 1 bath    Mobile home    Wood Framed cottage    Antique Hunter’s Cabin    6 cattle corrals    Numerous metal holding pens    Scales    Permanent mineral feeding stations with concrete floors in all pastures    Excellent rock roads throughout ranch with cattle guards    4 bay shop with offices (80x40)    5 bay shop with equipment sheds on both sides (100x80)    Overhead feed bins scattered throughout ranch    Metal barn (multi-purpose) (80x50)    Metal barn (multi-purpose) (80x40)    11 (40x50) pole barns    Dog kennels with feed storage Water:   Very well watered with numerous ponds and lakes. Rural water. Terrain:  Gently rolling hills with a wooded ridge that runs through the middle of the ranch which provides some of the best wildlife habitat anywhere. Fences:    Excellent interior and exterior fences. Ranch is divided into numerous pastures. Grasses:    Bermuda, fescue, numerous native grasses, rye grass and clovers.  Winter wheat is often no-tilled into some of the pastures and is sometimes harvested. Game:    Whitetail deer. Water fowl hunting and great fishing. Leases:   1,240 adjoining acres have been leased by the ranch for many years and buyer can probably assume the lease which would carry an additional 200 cows. When buying property, offered by Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales, the buyer’s agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation, if any, will be at sole discretion of Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales.
$8,900,000  •  3,775 acres
Spectacular views of the Sierras, combined with a private and tranquil valley that literally runs for miles, Eshom Valley Ranch is a unique 3775 +/- acre property situated between the approaches to both Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Ranch base elevation is roughly 3,500 feet above sea level. Located in Tulare county, once you cross over the cattle guards, pass by the irrigated pastures and horse barn, and cross the year-round creek, the inviting white fencing leads you to the Homestead compound. Situated close to the entrance and two-story red barn, is the ranch manager’s home and garden. Just beyond the barn, which dates back to the 1800’s, are the quaint one-bed, one-bath guest cottages. Further up and at the end of the driveway is the two-bed, two bath main home featuring a beautiful wrap-around porch, vintage kitchen appliances, an indoor/outdoor fireplace, and large living room. All of the homestead structures have all been impeccably maintained and embody the essence of true midcentury ranch-style. For over fifty years, the property has been used by the family as premier seasonal cattle grazing land, a private family retreat and recreational property. The ranch features almost 7 linear miles of valley floor for rotational pasture grazing with well-maintained fencing and cross-fencing throughout. The miles of established roads and trails makes checking on cattle easy. The recently refurbished working cattle corrals include multiple sorting pens, a loading chute, and squeeze that are conveniently located just off Eshom Valley Drive for easy loading and unloading. It is the only set of corrals in the vicinity. Eshom Valley Ranch provides excellent recreational opportunities, and offers many pursuits for hunting and fishing enthusiasts. There are turkey, deer, boar, quail, coyotes and brown bear. The gently-sloped landscape is covered in ancient valley oaks set among flat to rolling pastures. There are several lakes fed by year-round running Eshom Creek. Blue gill and bass can be fished from the lakes. Property Highlights: • 22 total parcels, nearly 7 linear miles of valley floor and pasture • 8 parcels are enrolled in the Williamson Act • 1 domestic well on electricity and 3 Ag wells on solar • 3 lakes: Cemetery Lake, Big Lake and Carpenter Lake • Year-round Eshom Creek • Working cattle corrals complete with squeeze and loading chute • Cattle lease in place - run approx. 400 pregnant cows from May - August • Miles of fencing and established ranch roads • One main home with garage, guest house and caretaker unit • Historic barns throughout including two-story red horse barn built in the 1800’s
$34,950,000  •  3,750 acres
Property Description Name of Property: Agri Enterprise 3750 Status: New Price: $34,950,000 Acreage: 3,750 Location: Operations service the Dallas/Fort Worth Area Closest Town: Durant, OK and Colbert,OK Access: paved and gravel county roads Taxes: $undetermined at this time Topography: flat to rolling Improvements: Headquarter Residence,shops,barns & equipment Home Sqft: 3,177 Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 2 Forage: burmuda,native,clovers,alfalfa,grazon,silage Capacity: 350 mama cows and 1,000 head feeders Water: Rural Water District, wells and pumps Wildlife: Dear, turkey, ducks, geese, fox, coyotes,etc. Utilities: Electric Comments: Our country was developed by a breed of pioneers that were noted for being entrepreneurial and innovative. The Agri Enterprise is the epitome of the pioneer effort. The owners have developed each section of the property to produce at its highest level based on the effective use of the amenities that nature has provided with while protecting the environment. The home place has a deep 30 surface acre lake that irrigates corn or sorghum crops, the balance is well maintained pastures of Bermuda, rye, native clovers as well as other formage for the mama cow operation. Another portion of the ranch houses employees along with a commercially equipped shop, equipment sheds, silage pit, hay storage, along with state of the art tractors, feed trucks, hay grinders, disks, plows, planters, cattle haulers, etc. The Elite Sod Farms, LLC has state of the art sod preparation, seeding, fertilizing, mowing, cutting and stacking for the most efficient marketing cycle. The pallets are then loaded on Semi trailers for delivery to the customer. The irrigation system has approximately 8 miles of underground pipe that utilizes the surface water from the Red River. (Permits in place.) There is approximately 360 acres available for expansion with the irrigation pipe in place. The Sod Farm sits on top of thousands of tons of sand aggregates from river rock to cement sands to possibly fracking sand. The residential and commercial growth area from Dallas to Oklahoma City includes Dallas/Fort Worth, Frisco and Denison, Texas and Durant, Ardmore, Pauls Valley, Norman and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma which is predicted to keep the demand for sod and sands at an increasing level for the next 30 years. This is a turn-key operation which would include one year of management consulting from the Owner with all employees, customer lists, equipment, cattle and feed. (A list will be negotiated to be as of a certain closing date.) THIS IS A ONE OF A KIND IONIC OPERATION. New born calf to packing house with home grown forage. - See more at: http://www.worldclassranches.com/rural-estates-homes/agri-enterprise-3750#sthash.rWoizLdi.dpuf
$2,295,000  •  3,728 acres
Line Shack Ranch, Unit 136, Plains Elk Units, Las Animas County Co.+/- 3728 acres offered at $800 per acre.5 month rifle elk seasons, World-class LandownerMule DeerTags, Antelope, Bear, Coyote & BobcatLine Shack Ranch goes back to the days of the JJ Cattle Company that held title to most of Southeast Colorado, from the Kansas state line all the way to the Front Range.The hand-built line shack still borders the Purgatoire Canyon Rim.Watch the nesting Peregrine Falcons, explore miles of canyons and the numerous hand-quarried stone homesteads on the ranch.The ranch consists of +/- 3728 deeded and secluded acres and is located in Las Animas County, the largest county by area in Colorado.Line Shack Ranch is halfway between La Junta and Kim, Colorado +/- 12 miles west of Hwy. 109 on County Road177.9 near the Eight Mile and Miller Canyon intersection.Spanning 9 miles from the round top mesa to the Purgatoire River Breaks, the Line Shack Ranch overlooks the Purgatoire River. The east side is a private holding and the west side is the 25,000-acre Purgatoire Ranch, enrolled in Colorado's Ranching for Wildlife.The north border along the Purgatorie River is thousands of acres of public Comanche National Grasslands, an incredible area that has limited public access. The varied terrain from round top mesa grasslands holding antelope to the Purgatorie River Breaks carrying B&C quality mule deer, all that with +/- 800 ft. of vertical.........A generation is not enough time to explore the miles of canyons and trails, creek bottoms, native ruins or even an old mineshaft that may hold secrets to the lost gold of the Purgatoire.The round top mesa hosts an incredible array of early stone homesteads, each a living work of art. This property would be considered a state park in a lot of locations, with some remote canyons only viewed by the astronauts! Improvements include dozens of hand-quarried rock homesteads from the 1800s to early 1900's.In addition to 2 new solar wells with drinkers and 2 improved springs, the Line Shack Ranch features 7 game-holding waterholes for the bow hunter to stake out, as well as bordering and accessing a couple thousand acres of National Grassland that has very little, if any, public access.There's perimeter fencing and a good road system.Tired of this volatile stock market? Invest in a land investment that is also a family hunting retreat. Don't worry, you're not buying anybody's dream house.Hunting is second to none.Colorado's Plains Elk units have become known as the best value hunting and ranch land in the country.Enjoy the plains elk units with unlimited tags from September 1 to January 31, with no limit on tags per hunter.While this ranch qualifies for landowner deer tags (+/- 3 to 4 per year), it is also located in a unit that has allowed for 100% drawings for mule deer & antelope without preference points (check regulations. Because the ranch borders the Purgatoire Ranch, it has been receiving one annual RFW late season buck tag (check current regs).Line Shack Ranch game harvest is well documented.You'll spook antelope on the way to the homestead dwellings and spring, bump record-book mule deer (200" deer documented) from the canyon rims, and limit out on doves on any of the numerous waterholes. But be careful, as September 1 is opening day for rifle elk season! Enjoy the most liberal elk seasons in the country (September 1 through January 31).Coveys of blue quail run the grasslands and peregrine falcons nest in the canyons.Fully fenced with water holes, springs and even a pocket of aspens, the ranch character is varied with an easy elevation in the 4000 - 5000 range. The Line Shack Ranch's historic use has been for hunting mule deer, antelope, elk and limited cattle production. Prior to the 1960's it was dry land wheat and bean farming.The land has homesteads going back to the 1800s and beyond. The ranch is approximately 1 mile to power and ideal locations for travel trailers or cabin locations.Land values in Las Animas County have increased steadily for the last 10 years due to the incredible hunting, great land prices and its tremendous location within 3.5 hours of Denver/Front Range and 3 hours to Amarillo, Texas.All hunting rights/tags convey to Buyer for 2019 season.Call or email today for a qualified showing as Line Shack Ranch is priced to sell. Co brokers welcome!
$15,541,422  •  3,670 acres
The Rafter R Ranch in Custer County, South Dakota has 3,670 plus-minus deeded acres and excellent big game hunting, all just 27 miles from Rapid City, the gateway to the Black Hills. The ranch boasts spectacular views. Custer State Park forms the western border and is only about 2 miles from the Wildlife Loop, Park Airport and Custer Park Game Lodge. About two-thirds of the ranch is comprised of gently rolling pastures and meadows, with the remainder in Black Hills spruce, ponderosa pine, birch, aspen, and oak--excellent habitat for the large elk, deer, mountain lion and wild turkey that abound here. The fabulous home was built in 2000 and has 4125 square feet of finished living space. The gourmet kitchen is a cooks dream. The home is timber framed and and the exterior is mostly rock and glass. There is an attache underground 2198 square foot garage and over 6000 square feet of paver patio.There is also a rock barn and a 1200 square foot guest house with 2 bedrooms and a full bath. The property is both secluded and easily accessible year around via a graveled county road. Multiple wells and ponds provide necessary water for livestock and big game. Improvements are functional and include working corrals. Most of the perimeter and some pastures are fenced. There is no conservation easement on the property. Three thousand-plus acres is considered a large holding in The Black Hills, and rarely does one of this size become available so close to Rapid City and Custer State Park without a conservation easement. The Rafter R Ranch presents the discerning buyer with distinct opportunities in one of the most sought-after areas in the region. The owner will also consider selling parcels.Location:The Rafter R Ranch is located south and West of Hermosa, South Dakota. Go south of Hermosa, South Dakota for 7 miles on Highway 79, then turn west on Cobb Road for 1 mile.Locale:Custer State Park is famous for its bison herds, other wildlife, scenic drives, historic sites, visitor centers, fishing lakes, resorts, campgrounds and interpretive programs. In fact, it was named as one of theWorld's Top Ten Wildlife Destinationsfor the array of wildlife within the park's borders and for the unbelievable access visitors have to them.One of the nation's largest state parks, just 15 miles from the city of Custer, South Dakota's premier State Park comprises 71,000 acres.Custer State Park has been home to diverse cultural heritages for thousands of years and has provided an array of scenic beauty and outdoor recreation for visitors since the early 1900s.Recreation:The Rafter R Ranch offers endless recreational possibilities for the outdoor enthusiast, both on the property and in the adjacent Custer Sate Park. Hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and fishing in the summer combine with snowmobiling and cross-country skiing in the winter to create the perfect year-round retreat.Wildlife:The ranch consists of several environments which support a very diverse collection of wildlife. The riparian corridor offers habitat for mule deer, elk, antelope, mountain lion and numerous other birds and smaller mammals. Mule deer and pronghorn antelope browse the creek bottoms and forage the native grasses. During the fall and into the winter months, herds of elk can be found residing on the ranch for multiple days at a time.Mineral Rights:All mineral rights appurtenant to the property owned by the seller will transfer with the real estate. Sellers make no representation regarding what mineral rights they presently own.Taxes:The 2017 real estate taxes payable in 2018 are $4847 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.Broker Comments:There are a few destination locations in the region where it is becoming increasingly challenging to find and acquire large acreage recreational properties. Rapid City and the surrounding area is an example of this. With its proximity to Rapid City, Rafter R Ranch represents an opportunity to purchase a substantial holding. The land is exceptionally scenic and very private, while adjacent to a state park and vast amounts of wilderness to access. The property is minimally improved, there are numerous choice building sites, and the land is not encumbered with a conservation easement.
$5,450,000  •  3,642 acres
SIGNIFICANT PRICE IMPROVEMENT!Bushman'sFamous Cottonwood Canyon Ranch is one of the most magnificent Eastern Montana ranches to become available in decades. In the past 30 years, there have been approximately 150 Pope and Young or Boone and Crocket deer harvested on the ranch. Buckmasters and other national outdoor shows have filmed approximately 300 episodes on this ranch.The Ranch encompasses 3598 deeded acres and a 44-acre BLM lease. It is the astounding diversity of this private and pristine acreage that makes Cottonwood Canyon so spectacular and unique. The Ranch rises from lush bottom ground along The Yellowstone River through riparian zones along Smith Creek and Elm Creek with the badlands forming the eastern backdrop.Arriving at the ranch and driving to the buildings after crossing over the badlands, the view to the west and north is of the 1036 acres of bottom land area along the Yellowstone River that borders the ranch for approximately 4 miles. Smith Creek runs through the middle of the ranch for over 4 miles and provides consistent stock water, irrigation water and excellent habitat. An oversized Valley center pivot irrigates 368 acres and another 99 acres is flood irrigated. There is an additional 204 acres of dryland crop scattered throughout the ranch utilized for food plots and livestock feed.The Eastern White Pine log home, built in 2002, has 3042 square feet with 6 bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths. The log home, with its large wrap around deck, is sited along a bluff overlooking the bottomland and provides just the idyllic setting that one would expect on a classic Montana ranch. There are 2 rock fireplaces adding to the comfort and ambiance. The ranch also has a 90'X42' shop with a concrete floor and several grain bins.Over the last 30 years, the current owners have enhanced the holding with careful stewardship of the land and native habitat. The result is a legacy ranch of unsurpassed beauty and biodiversity that also presents an attractive land and recreational investment. The plethora of wildlife coupled with the diverse terrain and running waters makes for unmatched outdoor experiences, whether fishing, hunting, hiking or horseback riding. This offering is the perfect Montana ranch with a summer grazing and hay operation, Yellowstone River fishing, wildlife, and plenty of privacy and seclusion.LOCATION and ACCESSThe Headquarters of Cottonwood Creek Ranch is located off County Road 350, 31 miles south of Sidney, Montana.AIRPORTSThere is a well-maintained paved public airstrip in Sidney, 31 miles from the Ranch. Located at an elevation of 1985', the 100' x 5,700' asphalt runway is in good condition.There are five daily flights to Billings for connections with four major airlines.Approximate distances to area cities and towns from Cottonwood Canyon are as follows:Sidney, Mt 31 milesBillings, Mt 293 milesWilliston, ND 90 milesMiles City, Mt 153 milesRapid City, SD 289 milesBaker, Mt 90 milesGENERAL OPERATIONSThe Cottonwood Canyon Ranch generates income as a cattle and cropping operation. The current owner leases the ranch to a neighboring respected rancher. The tenant winter grazes the alfalfa fields, calves there in the spring and comes out around July 1st. The ranch is grazed in a rotational manner. The irrigated lands are used to put up alfalfa hay in round bales and some small grains. They typically get three cuttings of alfalfa hay on the pivot irrigated land and one cutting on the other hay land.WILDLIFE RESOURSESCottonwood Canyon is rich in wildlife resources. It boasts a large populations of whitetail deer, mule deer, turkey and an occasional antelope. Pheasant and grouse can be found in the bottoms and cropland, respectively, for those who enjoy upland bird hunting. Goose and duck hunting are also available due to the proximity to the Yellowstone River which also provides excellent fishing. With the irrigated alfalfa and small grains, expansive bottoms, grass hillsides and wooded creek bottoms, the wildlife habitat is diverse with three key elements - food, water and cover. Carefully managed with selective cattle grazing practices, and given the varying terrain and habitat, the property provides excellent hunting opportunities. In the past 30 years, there have been approximately 150 Pope and Young or Boone and Crocket deer harvested on the ranch. Popular hunting shows broadcast on national television has filmed approximately 300 episodes on this ranch.LOCALESidney, Montana sits near the junction of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers in northeastern Montana. Lewis and Clark once camped in this area that was one of the leading fur trading regions of the country. Permanent settlers arrived with the Great Northern Railroad. In 1911 Sidney became an incorporated town and the Richland County Seat, so named for the promise of the U.S. Reclamation Service project and the booster rhetoric of the era. In the early 1900s, high national farm prices encouraged the federal government to construct the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project. Richland County farmers were then able to irrigate their land and produce abundant beet, oats and grain crops. The initial success of the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation project, along with the homesteading boom of the early 1910s, led to the creation of Richland County. Sidney was the largest town on the Northern Pacific's spur that ran up the Lower Yellowstone Valley. The historic grain elevators along the tracks testify to generations of agricultural products shipped from the town, although today the incessant freight traffic serving the oil fields of the nearby Williston Basin overwhelm the earlier agricultural focus.The Yellowstone is the last free flowing river in the lower 48 states. From its headwaters in Lake Yellowstone downstream 670 miles to the Missouri River in North Dakota, the Yellowstone River flows as it has for centuries, in its natural state, undammed and untamed. Clear, cool swift and challenging it offers fishermen and river runners some of the best water Montana has to offer. To fishermen, its blue-ribbon waters are known world round for an abundance of big trout. As it flows through Montana the big river goes through many changes - from steep-walled canyons where boulders churn its green waters to the eastern part of the state where the river broadens to take a lazy path through fertile farm country. There are many opportunities for recreation along the Yellowstone River. Gravel along the river from Custer to Sidney often yields Montana agates. Fishing and floating are two other favorite activities on the Yellowstone.MINERAL RIGHTSThe Sellers will convey with the property 100% of whatever mineral, oil, gas, geo-thermal, hydrocarbon and gravel rights they own, subject to reservations by previous owners. The Sellers make no representation as to the quantity or quality of any mineral or other sub-surface rights appurtenant to the Cottonwood Canyon Ranch.REAL ESTATE TAXESThe real estate taxes for 2018 for the Cottonwood Canyon Ranch were approximately $7,394. WATER RIGHTS and WATER RIGHT CLAIMSThe Cottonwood Canyon Ranch controls five recorded water rights for irrigation, domestic use and stock water. A complete list of water rights and water right claims controlled by the Ranch is available upon request through our office.There are 2 rights from the Yellowstone River for irrigation, two rights for irrigation and stock water from Smith Creek a one right for a domestic well. The priority dates of water rights on the Ranch start as early as 1887.SUMMARY STATEMENTThe location, recreational amenities, and overall diversity makes the Cottonwood Canyon Ranch one of the most unique offerings in Easter Montana. The remarkable condition of the crop land, wildlife habitat and range land are a product of 30 years of careful stewardship and direction under the current ownership. The combination of a balanced summer ranching operation and fall wildlife hunting pursuits provide many opportunities to enjoy the amenities the ranch has to offer. OFFERING PRICE and CONDITIONS OF SALECottonwood Canyon Ranch, as previously described herein, is offered at US $5,950,000.00 Cash or Terms acceptable solely at the discretion of the Sellers. The conditions of sale are as follows:All offers to purchase, or letters of intent must be in writing and accompanied by a wire transfer of 5.0% of the purchase price to the escrow account at Richland County Title Company in Sidney, Montana;Earnest money deposits will be placed in escrow with Richland County Title Company;All Prospective Buyers must demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Sellers absolute financial capability to purchase the Ranch prior to scheduling an inspection of the Ranch;The Sellers will provide and pay for a standard owner's title insurance policy. Any endorsements requested by the Buyer or any lender will be at Buyer's expense. Title to the real property will be conveyed by a deed;All the water right claims controlled by the Ranch will be transferred to the Buyer at Closing, and all the mineral rights which the Sellers own will be conveyed to the Buyer at Closing;Buyers' Brokers are welcomed and invited to contact Jeff Garrett for information regarding Cooperation Policies.This entire Offering is subject to errors, omissions, prior sale, change or withdrawal without notice and approval of purchase by the Sellers. Information regarding land classifications, acreages, carrying capacities, crop yields, potential profits, etc., are intended only as general guidelines and have been obtained from sources deemed reliable; however, accuracy is not warranted or guaranteed by the Sellers or Hayden Outdoors. Prospective Buyers should verify all information to their sole and complete satisfaction.
$7,250,000  •  3,621 acres
The magnificent North Starr Ranch, comprising 3,621± acres, is known for the finest mule deer hunting in the West. A hunter’s and outdoorsmen’s paradise, North Starr Ranch—which borders National Forest and the Ruby Mountains.
$3,058,000  •  3,611 acres
Sawmill Creek Ranch +/- 3022 Deeded AcresBordering the Gila National Forest, the +/- 3022 deeded acres plus 589 leased acres of the Dripping Springs Allotment of the Saw Mill Creek Ranch in Grant County, New Mexico may just be the land investment you've been looking for.With a year-round live creek and 3 solar wells, this well- timbered parcel of the Y6 Ranch has never been on the market in its history. The well-watered canyons and mesas have maintained cattle for generations and is in a great position to become the game producing mecca you've longed for. A ranch with grazing income!Low Taxes! Incredible water and game!A county-maintained road accesses this secluded parcel consisting of end-to-end live creek framed by cottonwoods and massive oaks and dripping springs feeding rocky pools that run year round.Native grass meadows, alligator bark junipers, pinions, ponderosa pines and more.And did I mention massive oaks!!!The ranch carries unlimited landowner elk and mule deer tags, with Coues Whitetail, javelina, turkey andbear along with quail, lion, bobcat and coyote as a bonus.Located against the Arizona border, BGU 23, the regulations allow for unlimited landowner deer and elk tags (check regulations).The Gila is noted for producing some World Class trophy size elk, large mule deer and some very nice Coues Whitetails.This parcel has been the underutilized parcel of a much larger ranch that has been in the same family for generations.Should the buyer be interested in maintaining the very low tax ag status, the family would be interested in continuing a leased grazing and care-taking arrangement. Dripping Springs Allotment is an additional +/-589 acres Gila National Forest Grazing Lease adjacent to the deeded acreage that allows for 24 cattle pair to be grazed 6 months a year, for just a few dollars a year.The property is currently undergoing surveying and fencing.Actual acreage may vary. Sawmill Creek Ranch, while being secluded,has 3 good wellsand is accessed via county maintained road. The Sawmill Creek Ranch has gorgeous canyons, creek bottom, large meadows and a couple dirt tanks but is wide open for some additional game management.Bull elk rubs abound up and down the canyon.No improvements currently exist so your investment is totally in the land.The ranch is off-grid and within a half mile of power, but it would be best served by solar. The locations for your hidden cabin or home are too many to count.Incredible weather, scenic 360-degree views, untouched flora and fauna, teeming with wildlife, what more could you ask for?Close proximity to Tucson, Phoenix and California make this a great getaway.Virgin holdings such as the Sawmill Creek Ranch /Drippings Springs Grazing Allotment are almost non-existent today.Call or email Greg Liddle for additional information and a qualified showing. Co Brokers Welcome!
$8,000,000  •  3,569 acres
Under Contract
This 3090 acre ranch has unlimited potential. The core of the property consists of a world famous 200 plus acre lake producing consistent "monster" trout. Theabundant water is currently used for flood irrigation but it has theinfrastructure for a new owner to add irrigation pivots. Power is on site. An adjoining BLM cattle lease is in place and is included in the sale.Lower Cody Oar Lock Lake has the perfect recipe to grow large fish. Freshwater shrimp are abundant as well as every lifecycle of insects to provide plenty for the fish to eat. This lake has been managed to produce trophy fish and its potential is endless. Two new cabins lie on the shoreline with full services. This property is the perfect template for someone to turn into a dream, whether it be a luxury home or resort! Working corals are in excellent shape, including climate controlled storage and tack room. Fences are well maintained. Drinking water is piped througout the ranch making cattle rotation easy. Each part of this ranch offers a different view. Snowcapped mountains provide a back drop while sandstone cliffs continually change with the sun and shadows. Variations of seasonal grass keep the wildlife close to home while during the growing months the irrigated fields draw deer, antelope and elk. A very healthy population of upland game birds thrive on the ranch.There is also a long-distance shooting course strategically placed throughout the ranch, offering challenges for even the expert shooter. A trappers cabin is located conveniently to offer a nights stay for whomever is watching over the livestock.
$6,000,000  •  3,527 acres
Cattle grazing on wide-open spaces; conjures up visions of the old west with cowboys on horseback, herding, roping, and branding cattle. This complete cattle operation, consisting of 3527 +/- acres, allow 500 to 600 cows year round. Situated in the northeastern corner of California, the York Ranch is ready for new owners to create their ranching legacy. Adjudicated water rights from Parker Creek, five pivots, wheel lines, five wells, hundreds of acres of hay production, 6 hay barns, irrigated pasture, two log cabins, two ranch hand homes, bunkhouse, state-of-the-art headquarters/barn, and fully functioning cattle handling facility make for a turnkey operation. Serious ranchers will appreciate this prime ranchland and successful cattle enterprise.
$2,344,650  •  3,497.49 acres
Located 15 miles west of Wheatland, Wyoming, the Marble Quarry Creek Ranch is a productive grass ranch featuring 2,347± deeded acres, 320± State of Wyoming and 830± BLM lease acres for a total of 3,497.49± acres. The ranch is owner-rated at 350 yearlings or 125 to150 cow/calf pairs during the summer months. The grass is a variety of hard grass species which typically yields weigh gains of 1.8 to 2 pounds per day on yearling cattle. Water resources are from one electric well and six solar wells with two seasonal creeks, Marble Quarry and Widowmeyer, running through the property. The ranch is cross-fenced into three pastures. Most fences are four-wire barbed with steel and wood posts and are in new to good condition. There is a set of shipping corrals with a semi-load out on a good gravel road. The Marble Quarry Creek Ranch is a scenic, foothills property that offers productive ranch ground while being in close proximity to town. Price: $2,344,650 Contact Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 for more details.
$10,254,200  •  3,476 acres
Pine Creek Ranch is comprised of 3,467± acres of predominately grassland pastures partially adjacent to the Red River, north of Clarksville, TX. At the heart of this offering is the forage production capacity and correlating cattle ranching enterprise. While management plans are as unique as the cattlemen that formulate them, the abundant rainfall and productive soils of this region are the unmistakable production backbone of the ranch. Currently operated as a cow-calf unit, Pine Creek Ranch has the diversity and natural features to be further developed into a registered seed stock, heifer development, or even a yearling “stocker” operation. With excellent accessibility from exterior paved and gravel county roads, Pine Creek Ranch is easy to get around. There are many miles of new or newer fencing both on the perimeter and interior cross fencing. Most consist of pipe bracing, with tube gates, and are either strung with net wire plus a barbed wire top or have six strands of barbed wire. While many of the pastures are unencumbered with tree cover, there is plenty of shade opportunity in others. The areas with sandier soils tend to be “pimpled” and have scattered elm, oak, and pecan trees. The heavier clay soils tend to be more open, and are likely to have been cultivated in past years. There is virtually no pine timber on the ranch, however, significant portions of neighboring property is heavily wooded, enhancing the edge effect for game. The Facts -3,467± acres surveyed in 2018 -Fronts Highway 195, FM 410, and 3 RRCR -Predominately grassland pastures -Excellent wildlife habitat -Fertile soils and established forage production -Balanced ground with sandy and heavy clay pastures -Main shipping and processing corrals located near the road -Two additional sets of pens in the heart of the ranch -Miles of new fencing -Cultivated acres if desired -Over 20 pastures
$16,500,000  •  3,475 acres
Combining over 1.5 miles of prime Yampa River with diverse mountainous land, this unique 3,745± deeded acre ranch stands out for its big river trout fishing and big game hunting. Located below the confluence of the Elk and Yampa Rivers near Steamboat Springs, the stretch of river on the property is wide and features an abundance of quality fishable water. Prolific aquatic bug and baitfish populations produce hefty browns, rainbows and the occasional northern pike. The fish on this ranch are wild, colorful and surprisingly large. Most big river trout properties are, by nature, situated in broad downstream valleys, and therefore lack the topographic variety and vegetation of ideal big game habitat. Ghost Ranch is rare in that it also encompasses mountainous land adjacent to the river, with 1,700± feet of elevation change spread over multiple drainages. Diverse vegetation consisting of riparian, grass, sage, mountain oaks, aspen groves and dark timber results in extraordinary habitat for resident and migratory populations of elk, mule deer and black bear. An autumn evening on the Ghost Ranch realistically includes landing a 6-pound kype-jawed brown trout then glassing a bugling 6 x 6 bull elk from the river bank. The ranch features paved road access with a private bridge over the river and a convenient location less than 20 minutes from downtown Steamboat Springs and 10 minutes from the regional airport in Hayden. Modest improvements consist of a caretaker’s house and large shop/hunting lodge. There are a number of excellent potential homesites overlooking the river valley and, without a conservation easement, no restrictions on future uses. The Facts: ~ 3,745± acre cast-and-blast property in a great location ~ Excellent brown, rainbow and pike fishing on the Yampa River ~ River bottom is complemented by north-facing hills with grass, brush, oaks, aspen and dark timber ~ Result is abundant wildlife habitat with great elk, deer and black bear hunting ~ Located between Steamboat and the regional airport, with easy access to either ~ Modest improvements, potential homesites and no conservation easement give flexibility to next owner ***FOR HIGH RESOLUTION PHOTO GALLERY, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND A VARIETY OF PROPERTY MAPS VISIT HALL AND HALL PROPERTY WEBSITE ***
$4,200,000  •  3,430.21 acres
Copper City Ranch offers a rare opportunity to purchase a working ranch and farm at a supportable price point between the growing communities of Bozeman and Helena, MT. The ranch’s 3,430± contiguous deeded acres include 1,000± tillable acres for small grain production, improved grazing, or dry land hay. An immaculate three-bedroom, three-bath residence with attached 60’X110’ insulated, heated shop and equipment building is superbly sited for privacy and the expansive views. The attractive home site is enhanced by approximately one acre of surrounding irrigated lawn and mature trees. The ranch has been thoroughly improved with new corrals, fencing, roads, and water systems. Adjoining the deeded acreage are 3,281± acres of BLM and 640± acres of state lease lands used for grazing. Carrying capacity ranges from 200-300 head depending on the use of the tillable acres. This is a move-in ready ranch with long term investment value in an area of increasing amenities, just 34 miles from Bozeman and 64 miles from Helena. The Facts: ~ 7,351± total contiguous acres (3,430± deeded, 640± state lease and 3,281± BLM lease) ~ 1,000± tillable acres ~ Immaculate improvements with 60’X110’ shop and attached 3-bedroom, 3-bath residence newly constructed in 2013 ~ New ranch infrastructure including roads, fencing, and water systems ~ Paved access 34 miles from Bozeman and 64 miles from Helena, MT ~ Private setting with panoramic views of multiple mountain ranges ~ Mule deer, antelope, and Hungarian partridge ~ Owner qualifies for the landowner drawing in trophy elk district 380
$7,990,000  •  3,413 acres
Located just 10 miles from the outskirts of San Angelo and 20 minutes from downtown, the X-Mile Ranch has been meticulously maintained by the same family for over 40 years. An oasis in the Concho Valley region, this exceptional 3,413± acre ranch features spring-fed live water for most of the year, tremendous white-tail deer and turkey hunting and good bob-white quail numbers in most years. The ranch also features two extraordinary custom rock residences and a full complement of support structures and amenities for ranching or recreation. With an elevation change of almost 300’, the topography is diverse from steep draws with wildlife cover to live oak dotted open valleys with lush grass flanking either side of spring-fed seasonal creeks. X-Mile Ranch is a first-class ranch property with exhibiting attention to detail and an emphasis on legacy, and deserves an in-person viewing to fully appreciate the uniqueness of the ranch. The Facts: ~ 3,413± acres in Tom Greene County, Texas ~ Access by state Highway 208 with all-weather road to the residences ~ Two gorgeous custom stone homes at separate locations on the ranch ~ Extremely well-watered ranch property with six submersible wells, five working windmills, and live water much of the year via four springs ~ Almost 300' of elevation change ~ Exceptional whitetail deer and turkey hunting with good bob-white quail populations in most years ~ Existing high fence on the east boundary. All or a portion of the ranch could be high fenced economically ~ Significant furnishings will stay with the ranch if desired ~ Minerals available with an acceptable contract