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$58,000,000  •  59,889 acres
$69,500,000
The IX Ranch is a legacy ranch – it is huge, has a long history of stable ownership and a respected reputation in reputation ranch country. Its central Montana location is 80 miles northeast of Great Falls and adjacent to the town of Big Sandy. The current owners are the second owners in the ranch’s 128-year history. This professionally managed operation runs a cattle herd of 4,300. They currently winter around 3,375 bred females, 120 3-year-and-younger bulls and ranch horses, together with 4,000 tons of winter feed. In the spring, around 650 of the previous years’ heifer calves will return to the ranch for breeding from a grow-lot near Billings. The operation covers over 126,305± acres, of which 59,889± is deeded and the majority of the balance being State grazing leases. It is well improved, with accommodations for a full crew including a manager, as well as comfortable quarters for guests. Besides its position as one of Montana’s great cattle ranches, the IX boasts large populations of elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, mountain lion, and five species of upland birds. It is also a scenic ranch boasting a diversity of habitat types from productive meadows to rolling hills which give way to steeper mountain country with scatterings of aspens and evergreens.
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$7,300,000  •  16,415 acres
$7,600,000
Birch Creek RanchLocated at the confluence of the Birch Creek and Little Birch Creek drainages a few miles south of the scenic Bears Paw Mountains, Birch Creek Ranch is comprised of 16,415± acres (12,174± deeded, 3,597 BLM lease, and 644± state lease). The ranch is currently operated at 450-500 AU in addition to farming 2,343± acres in dryland grain. There are an additional 518± tillable acres that came out of CRP in 2017 and are currently being grazed. Hay is produced on nearby lease ground. Conversion of dryland grain to grass and/or hay production would produce a balanced cow/calf operation and expand the carrying capacity. Ranch improvements include two residences, each with a nearby machine shop and calving barn, plus a shop and corrals, and approximately six miles of pipeline. The ranch lies 30 miles southeast of Big Sandy, MT in an area known for strong grasses and good crop yields, approximately an hour from Havre, MT and one hour and forty-five minutes from Great Falls, MT. The rolling, diverse terrain supports trophy elk, mule deer, and antelope, as well as of pheasant, sharptail grouse, and Hungarian partridge.The Facts:16,415± total acres; comprised of 12,174± deeded acres, 3,597± BLM lease, and 644± acres state leaseBirch Creek and Little Birch Creek flow through the ranch for approximately 8.5 miles2,343± acres in dryland grain production30± acres irrigated/sub-irrigated hay meadowsCurrently operating at 450-500 AU with the ability to expand by converting dryland crop to grass and/or hay6± miles of pipeline serving 9 stock tanksTwo ranch homes, each with machine sheds and calving barns, plus a shop and working corralsApproximately 5 miles south of the Bears Paw Mountains and 15 miles to the Missouri River at Judith LandingSeller leaseback availableBig game hunting for trophy elk, mule deer, and antelope; upland bird hunting for pheasant, sharptail grouse, and Hungarian partridgeLocated 30± miles southeast of Big Sandy, approximately an hour drive from Havre, and one hour and forty-five minutes from Great Falls, MontanaNewly paved public airstrip located in Big Sandy
$7,900,000  •  11,286 acres
Lone Tree Cattle RanchThe Lone Tree Cattle Ranch is huge, productive, scenic, wild and secluded. It’s tens of thousands of acres of native range are accompanied by thousands in productive cropland on flat bench tops. Joining these, the Missouri River Breaks cascade down to join 280 miles and 1.2 million acres of the upper Missouri River in a contiguous complex of designated National Wild and Scenic River, Monument and Wildlife Refuges. This ranch holds a big key to access to adjoining public lands. Together they represent a spectacular array of wildlife, unique geological features, endless recreational opportunities and significant historical values. Included are elk, deer, antelope, sharp-tailed grouse, turkey and Bighorn sheep. Remoteness, peace and solitude are here, one and one-half hour drive to the nearest town.The Facts:35 miles south of Lloyd, 55 miles east of Big Sandy28,700± total acres, 11,286± deeded3,775± acres dryland crop mostly in wheat; with some in tame grasses and alfalfa16,335± acres BLM and 1,080± acres of state grazing leases (1,203 AUM’s)Excellent stock water10 miles of BLM leased lands fronting along the Missouri RiverTwo small houses, corrals, shops, barns, grain bins, telephone and electricityElk, mule deer, antelope, sharp-tailed grouse, turkey, Bighorn sheepRiver fishing 
$25,000,000  •  9,300 acres
Big Sandy River RanchThe Big Sandy River Ranch is a vast, productive, beautiful and historic livestock operation with an estimated carrying capacity of 3,500 animal units including sheep, cattle and horses. Operating since 1905 on the site of the Oregon Trail, it spans 150±  miles in southwest Wyoming from the Wind River Mountains down through the Big Sandy River Basin, across the sage flats to the edge of the Flaming Gorge and on through the Red Desert winter range. The backbone of this ranch is that it provides year-round grazing for both cattle and sheep - from summers in the National Forest, deeded lands and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) allotments, to winters in the desert on one of the largest private grazing associations in the U.S. Additionally, the ranch possesses exceptional water, gravel and wildlife assets. The higher elevation deeded lands are especially rich in the quality and quantity of its water resources sourced in its rivers, creeks, springs and flowing wells. These also provide high-quality fishing for trout.  For the wildlife enthusiast and conservationist, these same lands are designated critical habitat for several of the ranch’s abundant wildlife resources -- mule deer, sage-grouse, elk, moose and antelope. The improvements are modest and adequate for the current operation. The Big Sandy River Ranch combines a highly efficient, diversified and profitable livestock operation with a package of the highest quality water assets, critical wildlife habitat and recreational amenities that is almost impossible to duplicate on one ranch.The Facts:20± miles of trout rivers and creeksUpper Green River Basin Senior Water Rights -- Big Sandy and Little Sandy Rivers plus high volume adjudicated water wellsCore Habitat designation in crucial range for mule deer, elk, moose, antelope and sage-grouse3,500 AU operating ranch9,300±  deeded acres435±  acres irrigated hay plus 1,165±  acres irrigated pastureRock Springs Grazing Association 4 ownership shares -- allows 2,000 AU during the winter seasonBLM and USFS grazing permits for 19,194 AUM’s4th generation livestock ranch established 190546M Yard gravel deposit lands also available 
$1,582,000  •  1,340 acres
This 1,340-acre +/- parcel is situated just east of Matheson, CO. in eastern Elbert County. The property contains a combination of rolling native grass pasture, approximately 115-acres of huntable creek bottom land and 152-acres of irrigated farm ground under (3) center pivot sprinklers. Pastures are perimeter fenced and primarily consist of high-protein western wheat grass. Livestock water is provided by (3) drinkers dispersed throughout the parcel. The newly irrigated area is level, never-before farmed ground and located adjacent south of the Big Sandy Creek drainage. Soils in this area are a good mixture of loam and sandy/loam. Three irrigation wells provide water to the sprinklers and have been rated at 449 g.p.m. The wells have received a Commingled Authorization through the State of Colorado with an annual appropriation of up to 400-acre feet via the Quarternary Alluvium Aquifer.Mule Deer, Pronghorn and Turkey frequent the property and cover provided by the cottonwoods along Big Sandy Creek with several trophy class bucks taken from the surrounding ranch over the years. The property is easily accessed just off-of US Highway 24 with the nearest primary services located in Limon to the east and Falcon/Colorado Springs to the west. Call Brent Hedrick today for qualified showing.
$2,695,000  •  1,278 acres
Location: Located 12.3+/- miles southwest of Breckenridge, Texas, the county seat for Stephens County, the ranch is approximately 1 hour east of Abilene, 1 hour 50 minutes west of Fort Worth, and 2 hours 30 mins west of Dallas. Physical address is 10107 CR 187, Breckenridge, TX 76424.Directions: From Breckenridge take Hwy 183 south approximately five (5) mile to FM 576. Turn right (West) on FM 576 and travel 3.2 miles to CR 187. Turn left (south) on CR 187 and travel 4.1 mile to the intersection on CR 187 and CR 193. The entrance gate is on the right hand side of the intersection.Summary: Big Sandy Creek Ranch is located in the southwest portion of Stephens County approximately 6 miles north of the Eastland County line and 6 miles east of the Shackelford County line. This quality combination ranch features strong native and improved pastures, cultivation, multiple water features, well maintained all-weather ranch road, good perimeter and cross fencing, and a great set of covered working pens, traps, and scales. While cattle, grass, and efficiency of their production are at the forefront of land use here, the property also offers some recreational appeal with topography, scenic views, and its name sake, beautiful Big Sandy Creek. Rounding out this great property, the ranch headquarters provides a comfortable home, shop, implement barn, and roping arena.Ranch Headquarters: Located in the heart of the ranch, the headquarters is comprised of a:2,050 sf brick home with three (3) bedrooms, two (2) full baths, large kitchen and breakfast area, dining room, living room, office, utility room, pantry, multiple walk-in closets, additional storage areas, large covered porch, and an attached 576 sf two-car garage. The home is on rural water supplied by Stephens Regional Special Utilities District and electric supplied by Comanche County Electric Co-Op.Large covered pavilion complete with large rock fireplace and wood fired oven/cook top. Cowboys will come running from all over the ranch when they hear the dinner bell ringing at the pavilion! This area is also perfect for parties or outdoor family gatherings.2,688 sf two (2) bay shop on concrete with three (3) roll-up doors, tack room, and a lean-to shed with pipe horse stalls.6,208 sf cattle and hay barn with pipe catch and sorting pens, working chute, and large set of scales all under roof. There's also an attached stock load-out and 20 ton overhead feed storage container just outside. The hay storage area is enclosed with doors on either end of the barn for drive thru convenience.5,040 sf equipment/implement barn.1 acre lighted roping arenaPasture Management & Cattle: The ranch is cross fenced and divided into 7 separate pastures with multiple catch pens for ease of rotational grazing and moving livestock to the working facilities. Aside from the southwest pasture which has been left untamed for hunting and recreational uses, the pastures are maintained and managed, have very little prickly pear, and offer a variety of grasses with native pasture, some improved WW B-Dahl and Coastal Bermuda, and 100+/- acres of cultivation that is typically put in wheat to winter yearlings. This 100 acres is broken up into two separately fenced pastures of ~60 and ~40 acres respectively. The ranch is currently operated at approximately 1 animal unit per 12 acres with ~100 mama cows, and also carries an additional 60-80 yearlings through winter.Water Features: There's an abundance of surface water found at Big Sandy Creek Ranch, with no less than eleven (11) earthen stock tanks across the property. They range in size from under 1/2 acre to 3.5+/- acres depending on rain fall amounts. There are five (5) tanks located directly behind the headquarters area alone. This system of reservoirs provides reliable sources of surface water for livestock and wildlife as well as some great fishing and seasonal water fowl hunting. In the southwest corner of the ranch you'll find Big Sandy Creek winding its way through. This large seasonal creek and the riparian areas along it offer some great recreational uses for fishing, hunting, canoeing, arrowhead hunting, mountain biking, or just a quiet area to get away and relax.Terrain: The topography of the ranch is generally flat to gently rolling with multiple high points that provide some scenic views of the property and surrounding area. Surpisingly, there's ~75' of relief across the ranch from east to west as the land gradually descends back toward the Big Sandy Creek watershed. Tree cover offers a variety of hardwoods including live oak, post oak, pecan, and elm, along with brush species such as mesquite, hackberry, lotebush, wild plum, and many others. Soils consist of Rowden clay loam, Leeray clay, Gageby clay, Minwells fine sandy loam, Leeray clay, Thurber clay loam, Bastrop fine sandy loam, and Truce fine sandy loam.Fences and Roads: Perimeter and cross fences range in condition from good to excellent. An all-weather main entrance road leads into the ranch from CR 193 to the headquarters and a good system of interconnected pasture roads and trails provide easy travel throughout the property.Wildlife & Hunting: The southwestern portion of the property is heavily wooded and features Big Sandy Creek. This area has large hardwoods and plenty of brush offering ample cover for attracting and holding wildlife including whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, hog, varmint, and quail. Two cultivated fields on the property covering a combined total of 100+/- acres are annually planted in winter wheat, only adding to the appeal by wildlife. Seasonal dove hunting can also be excellent in the area. There are several quality deer blinds and feeders that may be included with the sale.Leases: There are no active leases for hunting, grazing.Minerals: There is production on the property. No minerals are owned by seller.Utilities: Comanche County Electric Co-Op & Stephens County Special Utilities District.School District: Breckenridge Independent School District.Taxes: The property is ag-exempt and annual property taxes are estimated to be ~$5,600 for 2019.Price: $2,108.23 per acre ($2,695,000)Contacts:Bret Polk, Agent, 254-965-0349 mobileJack Fauntleroy, Agent, 940-550-4432 mobileBlake Hortenstine, Broker, 214-616-1305 mobile
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$1,536,003  •  626.94 acres
$1,536,003
The Burnett Ranch is an exceptional raw, multi-use ranch located in a desirable area of the piney woods region of East Texas. With over 450 acres of mature pine plantation, a live water creek, a 5+ acre private fishing lake, two large natural wetlands andhardwood sheltered wildlife habitat, The Burnett Ranch offers the marketplace a ranch with outstanding recreational potential and the ability to create instant income through harvesting timber.Location: The Burnett Ranch is located halfway between Big Sandy, TX and Gladewater, TX on the south side of Hwy 80 in the piney woods of Upshur County. From Dallas, the drive is ~110 miles (1 hr 45 min); from Tyler, the drive time is ~25 miles (25 minutes from the loop.)Directions:From Dallas- From Downtown take I-30 east and drive ~6.5 miles to the exit for Hwy 80. Take the Hwy 80 exit east and travel ~19 to Spur 557 east. Travel ~4 miles on Spur 557 to I-20. Travel east on I-20 ~68 miles to Hwy 155. Turn north on Hwy 155 and drive ~11 miles to Big Sandy, TX. In Big Sandy, turn east on Hwy 80 and drive ~5.2 miles. The ranch's entry is on the south side of Hwy 80 via a private railroad crossing. Turn south and cross the railroad tracks and you'll arrive at the ranch's entry gate.From Tyler (Loop 323 & Hwy 155)- Travel north on Hwy 155 and drive ~17 miles to Big Sandy, TX. In Big Sandy, turn east on Hwy 80 and drive ~5.2 miles. The ranch's entry is on the south side of Hwy 80 via a private railroad crossing. Turn south and cross the railroad tracks and you'll arrive at the ranch's entry gate.Timber / Soils / Topography:Timber- The Burnett Ranch has over 450 acres of pine plantation ranging from 25-30+ years in age. In the bottomland areas and along Little White Oak Creek, there are large blocks of mature hardwood timber comprised of oaks, hickory, ash and other varieties. The timber value on the Burnett Ranch is significant; please see the timber volume estimates below:2014 TIMBER VOLUMES (No harvesting has taken place since this estimate)*Pine Sawtimber -13,960 tonsPine Chip-n-Saw -2,890 tonsOak Sawtimber -1,620 tonsMisc. Hwd. Sawtimber -638 tonsPine Pulpwood -6,698 tonsHardwood Pulpwood -14,964 tons*For more information on timber volumes, please contact our office.Soils- The ranch's primary upland soils are Kullit and Bowie fine sandy loams which are considered "Prime" by the USDA and are ideally suited for timber growth. The soils in the bottomland areas of the ranch are darker Mattex and Wrightsville-Raino soils, typical for areas near live creeks and in bottomland areas near the Sabine River.Topography- The ranch's topography is relatively flat. The highest elevation point is 322', located near the northwest corner of the ranch. From this point, elevations slope slowly to the south and southeast where the ranch's lowest elevation point of 278' is found, within the ranch's largest natural wetland near the southern border.5+ Acre Fishing Lake: A scenic 5+/-acre fishing lake is located within a small hay meadow near the center of the ranch. With gently sloping banks, towering pine trees nearby and a classic East Texas fishing dock, this setting is idea for creating lasting memories on private water.Little White Oak Creek: From the north, Little White Oak Creek enters the property and stretches for nearly half a mile through the northeast quadrant of the ranch. This year-round live creek offers a perennial water source for wildlife and waterfowl.Deer Hunting: The Burnett Ranch has a strong population of whitetail deer which benefit from large neighboring tracts and diverse habitat. Numerous deer blinds located in strategic areas overlooking pipeline right-of-ways or feeders provide thrilling southern-style deep woods deer hunting. The ranch's dense cover, native browse, pipeline forage and perennial water sources ensure the native herd's best interests are met year-round.Duck Hunting/ Natural Wetlands: The waterfowl hunting at Burnett Ranch can be absolutely spectacular in two natural bottomland wetlands on the ranch. These wetlands are located along the south border and along Little White Oak Creek, below the 289' elevation contour. Surrounded by ancient hardwood and button willows, the shallow water setting is ideal for hosting puddle ducks in their annual migration. This general area of East Texas near the Sabine River and several large managed private wetlands has historically been a top region for waterfowl hunting.Structural Improvements: The only structural improvement located on the ranch is a 12,000 SF (120'x100') metal barn. Located near the ranch entry, this two story barn is large enough to store all large equipment and to handle projects of any size.Pipelines/ Raw Water line / Power line: Several underground gas pipelines cross the ranch from east to west. These pipelines are well maintained by their respective companies and create excellent food plots for wildlife in addition to enhancing the ranch's road system throughout the property. There is a power line in the northeast quadrant of the ranch and a raw water line crossing the property from east to west.Minerals: There will be no mineral reservations at closing, though seller doesn't warrant owning the minerals under the ranch. There are no active leases or wells on the property.Utilities: Co-op electricity and a rural water line are available to the property.Taxes: The Burnett Ranch has a timber exemption that will transfer to the new owner; the taxes are estimated to be ~$4500 per year.Contact:Wright Monning -Agent, 214-794-1475 mobileBrandon Rutledge-Agent, 214-533-1548 mobile
$750,000  •  64.1 acres
Conveniently located on Highway 24 west of Ramah, Colorado in El Paso County, this irrigated farm with a 5 tower Valley Pivot and Side Roll Sprinkler will cash flow.This irrigated farm has all the water and water rights you need and more. The water rights were decreed in 1972 for 600 gpm and up to 429 acre feet per year. Irrigation water is delivered from an electric pump to a 5 tower Valley Pivot sprinkler and a side roll sprinkler. There are 25 acres under pivot and 15 acres irrigated by side roll. 16 acres fenced pasture and approximately 8 acres of farmstead and roads. The farm ground is currently in alfalfa and annual feed crops.Included is a very well built 4 bedroom/3 bath brick home on newly finished full basement with an attached garage, new roof and mature landscaping with underground sprinklers. Outbuildings include a 40x50 insulated shop with concrete floor and electricity and a 45x60 metal frame hay shed.Morning and evening Whitetail Deer and Turkey wander onto the crop land from the Big Sandy Creek across the road, creating the added benefit of wildlife watching and hunting.Access is convenient as the property is 30 minutes east of Colorado Springs ColorDo and located just outside the town limits of Ramah, Colorado on Highway 24.Call to schedule your private tour.
$79,000  •  40 acres
Six 40 acre parcels one mile from Highway 24 at Ramah, Colorado. These ranch parcels are conveniently located 30 minutes east of Colorado Springs. Each with their own perfect building sites, county road frontage and access to electrical service. The properties range in price from $79,000 to $109,000. Each is rolling hills terrain with native grass sod. Great viewsof the countryside and the Big Sandy Creek below. Whitetail, Mule Deer and Antelope roam the property. Privacy, convenience and easy access describe these affordable parcels.Please call to schedule your private tour.