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$319,200,000  •  420,000 acres
Brewster Ranches is around half the size of Rhode Island with over 420,000 contiguous acres. It starts just 15 miles from the Gage Hotel in Marathon heading south 31 miles all the way to Black Gap Wildlife Management Area which is a stone throws away from Big Bend National Park filled with outdoor adventures. Classic “Big Bend Country” of the Old West, Brewster Ranches has maintained much of the environment and appearance of times past, rich in history and today wildlife hunting opportunities such as desert mule deer, elk, desert big horn sheep, scaled quail and some of the most important habitat for migrations of wildlife in the Chihuahuan Desert between the borderlands of Texas and Mexico to the south.
$149,490,000  •  196,000 acres
Dove Mountain offers a variety of habitats and improvements which start on the north at Tres Hermanos summit on the Shely Peaks at 5,210 feet down into a wide scenic valley where you find the live water section of San Francisco Creek that is cottonwood lined for over two miles. An airstrip and giant hanger. The Pine Mountains where there are some of the most majestic overlooks in the entire region. Pinion pine found on the north slope and above on the Mesa and within the canyons provide habitat for an Elk herd that can be seen regularly. If there is one thing that makes this ranch stand out is the availability of Desert Big Horn Sheep habitats as well as the availability of permits by TPWD.
$85,995,000  •  117,000 acres
Classic “Big Bend Country” of the Old West, Rio Texico Ranch has maintained much of the environment and appearance of times past. Rio Texico Ranch's San Francisco Creek is a year-round live water with Cottonwood gallery forests on both banks and riparian vegetation are very rare in this desert and a magnet for wildlife. The ranch is a working cattle ranch with some excellent recently improved infrastructure. There are miles of new internal fences, pens, and traps as well as water and road improvements.
$96,091,250  •  113,650 acres
The Y-6 Ranch, near Valentine, TX, is rich in ranching history and ranching heritage. Mountains, grasslands, springs, canyons, and desert habitat creates one of the best hunting and wildlife ranches in Texas. With abundant wildlife, such as mule deer, herds of pronghorn, white-tail deer, mountain lion, occasional elk can all be found here. Smaller animal and bird species found on the ranch includes javelina, fox, ringtail cat, coyote, dove, Gamble’s quail and many, many large coveys of blue or scaled quail. The ranch can be divided and sold into two parts or sold as an entire ranch.
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Contact for Price  •  66,388 acres
ICON GLOBAL GROUP ANNOUNCES: IMMEDIATE CALL FOR OFFERS SEALED BID – PRIVATE OFFER PROCESS ALL OFFERS DUE ON OR BEFORE TUESDAY NOVEMBER 10 BY 5PM CST. TERMS & CONDITIONS APPLY DATA ROOM & RANCH TOUR ACCESS FOR QUALIFIED BUYERS FOR MORE DETAILS & INFORMATION INFO@ICON.GLOBAL | 214.855.4000 WWW.ICON.GLOBAL Previously listed at $550/acre Lely Ranch | 66,388 acres Situated on 66,388 acres of topography-rich land, the Lely Ranch offers miles of diverse terrain including everything from breathtaking cliffs to expansive canyons. It is located approximately 30 minutes south of the legendary Marfa, Texas, where you and your guests can go to enjoy dining, museums, modern art and entertainment. The Lely Ranch is also contiguous to the renowned Cibolo Creek Lodge, which allows access to their luxury accommodations. This vast, rugged Ranch is largely untouched, and affords a rare chance to own your own Big Bend. When exploring this vast country, you will find pictographs on canyon walls, plane crash wreckage and many relics from when Indians and outlaws called this ranch their home. It is the first public availability of the Lely Ranch since being purchased in the 1960s by a foreign dairy magnate and renowned inventor. It is truly the last frontier. Location: The ranch covers a massive amount of country with Big Bend State Park as the eastern boundary, Highway 67 as the western boundary, and then extending north to south from Shafter all the way to Presidio. It is a 30-minute drive from Marfa and an hour from Alpine. There are also two easily accessible runways close by for the ultimate convenience. Lely International Airport is just across Highway 67 and has a 5200 x 75 runway, and Cibolo creek also has a 5300 x 60 runway, both which can accommodate most private jets. Hunting: Lely Ranch offers a diverse range of hunting and expansive hunting revenue possibilities. Outfitters in this region stay busy chasing giant mule deer, elk, aoudad rams, javelinas and hogs as well as multiple species of quail. With lodging in place and the canyon holding plenty of game, this could be a turn key hunting operation and revenue opportunity. Cattle: With the water systems on the ranch, it could easily accommodate a cow and calf operation. Habitat & Topography: 1,500-foot elevation changes, cliffs, ravines and massive canyons along Cibolo Creek this ranch has it all. Wildlife, Hunting: This ranch has a plethora of wild game, MLD permit for mule deer, big aoudad rams, elk, javelinas, wild hogs, three species of quail and mountain lions. You can glass ridgelines for mule deer and aoudad in the morning and quail hunt in the afternoon. The diversity of the terrain offers a paramount hunting assortment. Water: This property has superior surface and subsurface water for the area. 14 water wells and a few springs from the mountains creating an oasis for wildlife in certain canyons. Homes: Hunters cabin is a simply appointed brick bunkhouse cabin.
$96,000,000  •  50,658 acres
A truly expansive holding set amongst a community of large and famous ranches, Dawson Elk Valley Ranch is comprised of 50,658± deeded and contiguous acres. The ranch is located in beautiful Colfax County where it rises from the most western reaches of the Great Plains to the front range of the rugged Cimarron Mountains. This region’s wildlife habitat and elk herds are of great renown and best exemplified by this property and its unmatched size and location. The lifeblood of the ranch is the Vermejo River, which bisects the property for 11 miles. Numerous canyons, tributary creeks, and lush valleys feed into the river – all converging at the heart of the ranch. The lowest elevations along Highway 64 are found at the bottom of the river valley at approximately 6,150’. The elevation rises as the property climbs through a series of valleys and ridgetops, achieving 2,000’ of elevation gain at the backdrop of Ted Turner’s 560,000± acre Vermejo Park Ranch, which is famous for many of the same features offered at Dawson Elk Valley. The mountainous and timbered northern reaches of the ranch, locally known as the Sangre de Cristos, yield to mesas and valleys which in turn, give way to the river valley and lower prairies. Such a combination of diverse habitat types clearly supports a rich biome and diversity of game. The ranch is located within New Mexico Game Unit 55A, a newly designated “Special Management Zone.” This Special Management Zone occupies an area of quality elk habitat that is largely held by private landowners. As such, private land elk authorizations are now allocated through a negotiation between the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish and ranch managers. Because of its flourishing resident elk herd, the ranch has been able to obtain all of the authorizations it has needed – though ownership has conservatively hunted the ranch. Large numbers of mule deer, black bear, coyote, bobcats, mountain lion, Merriam’s turkey, and the occasional white-tailed deer reside on the property. Offered with the ranch is a 50% interest in the privately held York Canyon Branch rail line. The line traverses nearly 37 miles from I-25 just west of the community of Maxwell, passing though the ranch for 11 miles, and terminating in the Vermejo Park Ranch. It is a rare opportunity for such a unique asset to be on the market within a ranch offering of this quality. Dawson Elk Valley Ranch is rich in history, ecological and physical assets, and diversity of game and habitat. The Facts: ~ Approximately 50,039± contiguous acres in Colfax County, NM. ~ Adjoins the 560,000± acre Vermejo Park Ranch ~ 15 miles to Raton Airport offering a 7,620’ runway and full services ~ Vermejo River descends through the ranch for 11 miles ~ World-class elk hunting ~ 50% interest in 36.9 mile York Canyon Branch rail line ~ 50% of seller’s owned minerals and 100% of executive rights convey. ~ All owned water rights convey. ~ Estimated 110 million tons of high BTU low-sulfur coal reserves convey
$32,674,500  •  47,700 acres
Located west of Van Horn, Texas in the fifth highest mountain range in Texas, the Eagle Mountains, the ranch is easily accessed by two county roads. The ranch is a mere 1.5 hours from El Paso International Airport ad just 30 minutes from Van Horn Airport which can land jet aircraft. Large well-established landowner neighbors and excellent game management programs makes Piñon Ranch the perfect grazing, hunting and recreation property. Tucked away into an isolated part of the Eagle Mountains where you have ease of access along with extreme privacy. Ranching heritage abounds as the Overland Trail passes through this ranch where stagecoaches used to stop at Eagle Spring located on the ranch.
$3,800,000  •  25,000 acres
The Red Canyon Ranch is located in Shell, Wyoming, in the shadow of the Big Horn Mountains. Comprised of 2000 deeded acres, this is one of the finest cattle ranch operations in Northern Wyoming. The scenery, wildlife and awe-inspiring beauty of the ranch and surrounding mountains is hard to beat, anywhere in the Rocky Mountains. The operation is divided into two parcels, each of which compliment the other. The ranch is set up to easily run 200 cow/calf pairs year-round, plus replacement heifers, and bulls. The ranch combines quality rangeland pastures with State, BLM and highly coveted National Forest grazing leases, which allows for an exceptional grazing program. Unlike most ranch properties, the Red Canyon Ranch’s year-round grazing minimizes the need for feeding hay through the winter months. Crop production includes high quality alfalfa, corn winter wheat and pinto beans. With senior water rights, irrigation is gravity fed and diesel pump for the two pivots. Originating high in the Big Horn Mountains, Red Canyon Creek bisects the length of the ranch for about four and half miles. The cottonwood tree lined riparian corridor provides irrigation water, stock water for cattle and habitat for the abundant wildlife. For the hunting minded buyer, this Wyoming Cattle Ranch has some of the best elk, deer and antelope hunting in the state, and qualifies for land owner tags for each species. Other wildlife on the ranch and in the surrounding public lands are black bears, moose, turkeys, pheasants, and grouse. The land on the ranch varies from lush irrigated pastures and hay fields to rolling rangeland pastures, to high mountain passes on the Big Horn National Forest grazing lease allotments. Many cattle ranches of this size and capacity in Wyoming start at much higher prices. The quality of the cattle and farming operations, wildlife, hunting and recreational opportunities and quality of life in northern Wyoming found on the Red Canyon Ranch simply cannot be found anywhere else. Call today for more information.
Contact for Price  •  24,633 acres
One of the largest ranch property offerings available in California, Elliott Land and Cattle ranchlands stretch contiguously from the north fork of the Kaweah River westward through stunning scenery and mountainous grazing land to the rolling country of it’s western border along highway 245.
$7,695,620  •  22,972 acres
The ranch is situated at the convergence of three biologically-distinct eco-regions in Texas; the Texas Hill Country to the east, the Chihuahuan Desert to the west, and the subtropical Tamaulipan Brushland to the south, creating one of the most unique wildlife habitats in the state.
$15,554,171  •  19,814 acres
Tesnus Ranch is a cattle and hunting recreation ranch with an amazing amount of seclusion framed between towering mountains all within diverse low, mid to high desert habitats. An excellent all-weather caliche road provides access into the ranch where near the entrance there is a very nice modern 3-bedroom 2-bath Headquarters home.
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$7,929,775  •  14,035 acres
$12,500,000 • Under Contract
The historic French Ingram Ranch in Val Verde County, Texas has over 7 miles of crystal clear flowing Pecos River frontage. This very private ranch has been in the same family since the 1920’s and includes a spectacular cut limestone home, custom built in the 1930’s. The headquarters area is nestled in a beautiful valley with live oaks, conjuring up images of famed Texas Ranger Capt. Jack Hays stepping out to greet a visitor on the screened porch. This is an incredible year-round recreational ranch paradise that offers both hunting and fishing, not to mention exploring for Native American artifacts or pictographs and enjoying the stars at night or the daytime views of the Sierra Madre Oriental Mountains. Area Attractions and Location: The ranch is conveniently located near a variety of attractions and places of interest including Del Rio with restaurants, shopping, museums and the oldest winery in Texas, dating back to 1883. Lake Amistad offers some of the finest large lake bass fishing to be found in the USA. A visit to nearby Seminole Canyon State Park will enhance the new owner's understanding of the history of the area and the ranch's former inhabitants. The colorful tales surrounding Judge Roy Bean's "Law West Of the Pecos" make a quick trip to Langtry an interesting step back into early Texas. Specifically, the ranch is located about 8.5 miles north of Langtry, TX, accessed off of Pandale Rd. on the west side of the Pecos. Layout, Topography & Terrain: This ranch features numerous access points to over 7 miles of the clear flowing Pecos River. It also has incredible topography for safari style as well as spot and stalk hunting throughout the ranch! The varied terrain features numerous canyons with many draws holding live oaks amongst other native fauna. Saddles and gentle slopes are covered with common desert species of brush, native grasses and succulents. Most parts of the ranch are easily accessible with the existing road system. Wildlife, Hunting and Fishing: Wildlife species that can be found on this ranch include white-tailed deer, mule deer, blue quail, turkey, dove, javelina, varmints and songbirds. The river provides fishing for largemouth bass and catfish. Improvements: The Main House, located in the Headquarters area, was built in the 1930’s and has been maintained in great condition. It is a spectacular example of a two-story classic Texas cut limestone ranch house with high ceilings and custom crown molding; three bedrooms, two full baths, hardwood floors, French doors and an incredible screened porch! Also in the headquarters area are two bunkhouses, a detached carport/quarters/storage building, a fully furnished enhanced mobile home, a shop and several barns. The ranch is fenced into 15 pastures for livestock management. Water: Over 7 miles of Pecos River frontage, with access at numerous places, including one with a campsite. Not only does the river provide fishing opportunity (and habitat for wildlife), it also is great for canoeing, kayaking and tubing in a truly private and pristine setting. The ranch also has 5 water wells, 4 storage tanks/pilas and about 9 miles of associated piped distribution. The various wells, storage and distribution provide water to the headquarters facilities and some 25 plus troughs, providing water for wildlife and livestock alike. Minerals: 3,200 acres have state classified minerals and the rights associated with such classification will convey to Buyer. Seller’s owned minerals are negotiable; there is no production. History and Points of Interest: The ranch has at least six known sites containing Native American Pictographs (Rock Art). The road leading out of the river in the ranch’s Live Oak Pasture (named for the large Live Oak just above the river that has managed to grow and thrive seemingly out of solid rock) is also known as the “Encino Solo Trail”. In the early days of ranching in this part of Texas, the area ranchers used the “Encino Solo Trail” to cross the river and move their stock from pastures east of the Pecos to shipping points located west of the Pecos. Other: Furnishings to convey except select pieces and some window coverings in main house. Multiple runway sites. Taxes: Currently taxes assessed at Agricultural Value, where applicable. Disclaimer: The information contained herein has been gathered from sources deemed reliable; however, Republic Ranches, LLC and its principals, members, officers, associates, agents and employees cannot guarantee the accuracy of such information. The information contained herein is also subject to changes, errors, omissions, prior sale or withdrawal of property from the market without prior notice, and approval of purchase by owner. Prospective buyers should verify all information to their satisfaction.
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$12,403,125  •  12,250 acres
$14,737,500
MOTIVATED SELLER! With stunning views, outstanding hunting, star filled night skies and first class improvements, Rock Canyon Ranch is a true gem located where the Trans Pecos, the Hill Country and the Brush Country come together in Val Verde County. At about 12,250 acres with sweeping valleys and awesome ridgelines, Rock Canyon is in an elite group of large high quality Texas ranches. This ranch boasts some of the finest native and exotic game hunting in the area, with both high fenced and low fenced pastures. Location: The ranch is located in northern Val Verde County near Loma Alta and approximately 40 miles South of I-10 and Sonora and 40 miles north of Del Rio. The ranch has frontage on both sides of Dolan Creek Road, a county maintained road, and is approximately 6 miles west of Hwy 277. The property can also be accessed by PR 1900, which provides deeded easement access to the northern side of the ranch. Wildlife and Hunting: The ranch contains approximately 5,150 acres under high fence; divided into several distinct pastures with highly improved whitetail genetics and trophy exotic game. The remaining low fence portion of the ranch offers excellent white-tailed deer, other native game and free-range exotic hunting, including trophy Aoudad. Abundant Dove and Rio Grande Turkeys can also be found throughout the ranch, not to mention quail, the occasional Black Bear and varmints typical for the area. Exotics include Axis, Black Buck, Aoudad, Addax, Red Stag, Fallow, Bison, Scimitar Horned Oryx, Red Lechwe, Gemsbok, Wildebeest, Zebra and various species of Sheep and Ram. Improvements: Main Lodge: The 7,000 +/- square foot Main Lodge located in the southwestern portion of ranch was completed in 2011 and sits atop a high point on the ranch with tremendous views. This lodge provides extremely classy, yet practical and comfortable, accommodations for year round enjoyment and entertainment. The main entry opens up into an amazing 22 foot vaulted ceiling great room with dining, bar and lounge areas (complete with saltillo tile, granite countertops, a huge rock fireplace accented with quartz cave rock, shuffleboard and pool tables). The lodge contains a modern commercial kitchen with all the amenities you would need to serve any number of guests. There are a total of 10 bedrooms located in two corridors extending from each side of the great room. Each bedroom has its own bathroom and HVAC controls. Gun rooms are located at the end of each hallway. The back patio is a perfect relaxation spot with a large outdoor kitchen, fire pit, hot tub and entertaining area. Owner’s Home: The Ranch Owner’s home (built in 2007 and remodeled in 2011) is a 2100 sq. ft. 3 bedroom/2 bath rock home located on the north side of the ranch at another high point with great views. This home is in excellent condition, with the existing home having been remodeled and updated.. The house features an open floor plan with large front and back porches, a three car garage and an irrigated lawn. A short distance from the owner’s home sits a large barn and equipment shed with a workshop, carport, RV storage, horse stalls, turnout pens, tack room, office, small kitchen and restroom. The enclosed RV storage is 20’ x 50’ with drains in the floor and a catwalk along each side for cleaning and maintenance access. Roads: One of the most important components of any large ranch are its roads. The Rock Canyon Ranch features an impressive road system with over 50 miles of heavily improved ranch roads providing easy access throughout the property. Other Improvements: A 4/2 Ranch Manager’s house; 70’x30’ barn with a carport, game cleaning station, electric hoists and walk-in cooler; 7 feed silos; feed trailer; skeet range; 2800’ caliche runway with hanger and fuel tanks; 30 deer blinds, 30 corn feeders, 29 protein feeders; hay barn, multiple sets of livestock working pens; exotic breeding and handling pens/facilities and bump gates or electric gates throughout the ranch. Water: One of the things that is immediately noted on a tour of the ranch is how well watered the ranch is. There are 14 water wells, an extensive array of water troughs and wildlife/stock tanks located throughout the ranch providing great water distribution for both wildlife and livestock. The wells serving the lodge and houses are connected to water storage and filtration systems. The ranch has a beautiful all rock dam located in the upper reaches of Robinson Draw that was built in the early 1900s. A valuable water pipeline system is in place that can serve over 40 water troughs/game watering stations and 10 wildlife/stock tanks located throughout the ranch. Topography, Terrain and Habitat: The ranch consists of diverse terrain, with over 300’ of relief, ranging from majestic hills with fantastic views to rolling rangelands and wide canyons and valleys providing excellent wildlife feed and cover. Harrison Hill, which is believed to be one of the highest points in all of Val Verde County, is located on the ranch. A variety of oaks, junipers, Pinyon Pine, Mesquite, lush native grasses, diverse brush species (including Texas Kidneywood) and other flora typical of the 3 eco-regions represented on the ranch can be found throughout the property. Other Notable Features: In addition to fantastic hunting, livestock grazing and general relaxation opportunities, the ranch offers endless options for hiking, bird/wildlife watching, stargazing and other outdoor adventures. Impressive amounts of Native American artifacts can be found throughout the ranch. Rock Canyon Ranch is also one of a dwindling number of ranches in the State over 10,000 acres. The peace and tranquility of being on a property like this is impossible to describe. Minerals: Portions of the ranch have State Classified Minerals and the rights associated with those minerals will convey; otherwise, sale is surface only. The ranch is not leased and there is no production at this time. Access Easements: Several adjoining landowners have access easements from Dolan Creek Road through a small portion of the ranch. Other: Seller is willing to consider financing a portion of the purchase price with a significant down payment; call for further details. Asking Price: $12,403,125 ($1,012.50/ac) The information contained herein has been gathered from sources deemed reliable; however, Republic Ranches, LLC and its principals, members, officers, associates, agents and employees cannot guarantee the accuracy of such information. The information contained herein is subject to changes, errors, omissions, prior sale, withdrawal of property from the market without prior notice, and approval of purchase by owner. Prospective buyers should verify all information to their satisfaction. No representation is made as to the possible value of this investment or type of use, and prospective buyers are urged to consult with their tax and legal advisors before making a final determination. Real Estate buyers are hereby notified that real properties and its rights and amenities in the States of Texas; Oklahoma; and New Mexico are subject to many forces and impacts whether natural, those caused by man, or otherwise; including, but not limited to, drought or other weather related events, disease (e.g. Oak Wilt or Anthrax), invasive species, illegal trespassing, previous owner actions, neighbor actions and government actions. Prospective buyers of Texas real estate, New Mexico real estate or Oklahoma real estate should investigate any concerns regarding a specific real property to their satisfaction. When buying investment property the buyer’s agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property listing to the prospective real estate investor in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of Republic Ranches, LLC.
Contact for Price  •  10,800 acres
10,800 ± Acres Elevation ranges from 2,000’- 2,400’ Frontage on HWY 349 Incredible West Texas terrain Various homesites with long canyon views Two hunting encampments & ranching facilities Three windmills supply storage tanks & water troughs Miles of wet weather creeks Abundant native wildlife and game
Contact for Price  •  9,700 acres
Meyers Springs Ranch-9700 acres History is sometimes an ephemeral concept, expressed in stories and songs, but not always something we can connect with in a physical, tactile way. The Meyers Spring Ranch in Terrell County, Texas, is the exception. This plus-or-minus 9,700-acre ranch has history on display. Walking among the real historical artifacts on Meyers Spring is an experience you won't soon forget. And in addition to these unique ancient sites, the ranch offers the very best of west Texas hunting and recreation, packaged along with quality improvements and excellent ranch infrastructure. Located approximately 45minutes south of Interstate 10 the ranch is accessed at the end of an all-weather county road through a gated entry. The Meyers Springs ranch is made up of two major sections: an 7,800 acre main parcel and a 2,000 acre game pasture. A good system of well-maintained roads provides access to all corners of this ranch. This area of Texas is characterized by sweeping panoramic views, a healthy variety of native brush, and excellent habitat for a variety of native and exotic game. The ranch has been managed for trophy deer, and the wildlife includes whitetail deer, mule deer, gemsbok, turkey, quail, dove, and the occasional black bear. But the real prize of this one-of-a-kind ranch are the unbelievable historical remnants of Native American Indians that inhabited this ranch for thousands of years. They left their metaphorical footprints all over the ranch -- most prominently in the form of incredibly well-preserved pictographs found on a bluff near Meyers Spring. These paintings have been studied extensively by archaeologists and historians from around the country, and the scenes are thought to tell the stories of their time, including images of European contact. The pictographs have been protected by the overhanging bluff, keeping them bright and prominent on these walls. Since water is such a valuable resource in this area, the ranch was also home to an outpost for black Seminole soldiers in the 1870s and 1880s. Massive amounts of water pour out of the walls into a man-made reservoir that contains thousands of gallons of spring water, as well as a variety of fish. A cornerstone of the dam is etched with the year of construction -- 1901 -- constructed by Lt. John Bullis, a hero of the Civil War who eventually commanded soldiers in this area of west Texas. This site is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and a plaque has been erected as a monument to that distinction. The canyon and spring are named for one of the soldiers that served under Lt. Bullis. The black Seminole scouts were known as the Black Watch, and they built a small fort near the spring, consisting of fifteen one-room adobe huts and two stone houses, one of which has been painstakingly restored to its original form. More modern improvements are located near the headquarters, including a high-quality manufactured home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. This home is perched on a high point with incredible views in every direction. In addition, a large barn stores implements and ranch gear. Nearby, two more bunk houses and a game cleaning station have been constructed. For easy access to the ranch, a hangar and two airstrips are positioned so that takeoffs and landings are possible no matter the wind direction. The main runway is 3,500 feet in length, long enough to support even larger aircraft. Ranch infrastructure includes eight water wells, 13 earthen tanks, 17 hunting blinds, and remote video monitoring systems for the deer feeders. This amazing property has so much to offer that it must be seen in person to be truly appreciated. Contact Duperier Texas Land Man for more information about Meyers Spring Ranch -- one of the most historic pieces of private land in west Texas. With agreeable terms. Seller would consider owner financing.
$2,500,000  •  9,436 acres
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McCarty Canyon Ranch is an excellent recreational and working ranch located on the northern end of the Sierra Madre mountain range and equidistant from the towns of Saratoga, Baggs and Rawlins, Wyoming. With 9,436± total acres, including 1,160± deeded, 5,172± State lease, 3,104± BLM lease, there is plenty of room to explore, hunt and hike. Encompassing the headwaters of Little Savery Creek and McCarty Creek, live water meanders through the lush grass meadows and willows providing water for both livestock and wildlife. Used as a summer unit for many years, the hard grass puts excellent gains on cattle. The Ranch offers excellent mule deer, elk, antelope, bear and mountain lion hunting and direct access to thousands of acres of public land.
$5,709,951  •  8,459 acres
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The 8,459+/- acre Pecos Canyon Ranch is dominated by the river and the canyonlands that drain into it. It is really two ranches, split by the county road, with excellent new fences and entrance gates for privacy and security.
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Contact for Price  •  7,700 acres
ICON GLOBAL GROUP ANNOUNCES: IMMEDIATE CALL FOR OFFERS SEALED BID – PRIVATE OFFER PROCESS ALL OFFERS DUE ON OR BEFORE FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13 BY 5PM CST. TERMS & CONDITIONS APPLY DATA ROOM & RANCH TOUR ACCESS FOR QUALIFIED BUYERS FOR MORE DETAILS & INFORMATION INFO@ICON.GLOBAL | 214.855.4000 WWW.ICON.GLOBAL Previously listed for $23,900,000 Fox Canyon Ranch | 7,700 acres | Davis Mountains, Texas Located in the Davis Mountains, an easy half-day drive from DFW, Fox Canyon Ranch boasts over 7,700 acres of beautiful mountainous country. With 7,000-foot peaks, spruce trees, flowing mountain springs and dramatic views, this ranch is as breathtaking as any mountain range in the country. While this property can sleep over 30 sportsman and conservation minded outdoorsman, more time will be spent watching Golden Eagles, hunting for aoudad, mule deer, lions or elk and enjoying the beautiful sights. Neighboring ranches in these Texas Alps all consist of over 20,000 acres and include the 37,500-acre KC7 Ranch (sold by Icon Global February 2019) as well as the Reynolds Cattle Company West TX Holdings and Cherry Canyon Ranch. Fox Canyon is a premier, historic, legacy ranch holding in true West Texas Big Ranch Country. Own your own mountain range and own it in Texas. History: Going back hundreds of years, the Apache and Comanche Indians were fighting with the Mexicans and with each other over the rights to live in the Davis Mountains, including the property we call Fox Canyon Ranch. In the mid-1800s, thousands of pioneers, freight wagons and mail carriers began traveling through the Trans-Pecos region and the U.S. Army began to build forts to protect their routes of travel, primarily from Indian raids. The first Fort Davis, established in 1854, was one of these posts. It remained active until early in the Civil War, being abandoned in 1862. After the Civil War, travel continued the San Antonio-El Paso Road and so did raiding by Apaches and Comanches, which resulted in the Army re-establishing Fort Davis. In 1867, four companies of African American Buffalo Soldiers were assigned to the fort. They became a formidable force that ultimately stopped the raiding by the Indians. But in the process, three soldiers were killed on top of a knob hill on the property now known as Fox Canyon Ranch. The soldiers were surrounded but they held off an Apache raiding party until running out of ammunition. The surrounding territory finally became peaceful during the last ten years (1881-1891) that the fort was in existence. The railroad came to the Trans-Pecos area in the late 1800s. In the early 1900s, a young couple, William Walter McElroy and his wife, Georgia Ann, stepped off of one of its passenger cars in search of land to put down new roots. They bought a buckboard and supplies and pitched their tent directly across the creek from where the Apaches had been pounding their grain in their molcajetes years earlier. It was the beginning of the 7,700-acre McElroy Ranch. McElroy had just enough money to buy a cow, some food, a couple of mules and some barbed wire. He was going into the Mohair business and needed something better, but easier to build, than the rock walls that were there at the time. He would start early in the morning loading his mule team with wire and posts to head up the mountain, with him following the mules on foot with a bull whip. Sinking posts in the rocky terrain was depleting and time consuming. It was years before he could hire permanent help. Once, while working on top of the mountain alone, he broke his femur and, with one good leg, had to throw himself over a pack mule and endure the pain while trying to stay on the mule as it jostled its way off the mountain and back to his wife, Georgia, who loaded him into the buckboard for the long drive into town. Later they had a daughter, Mary, and two sons, Sonny and Earl, who were a big help with the ranch. They also hired migrant labor and, with the government mohair subsidies that resulted from World War II soldiers need for wool, they prospered. But, after Mr. McElroy died, and Sonny and Earl struggled with dwindling mohair subsidies, and they faced mounting debt, they decided to sell 2,800 acres of the ranch in 1974 in order to get a debt free clean start. They kept the grazing rights on the entire ranch and we, the new owners who bought the 2800 acres for hunting, had hunting rights on the entire ranch. We were from various parts of Texas and were friends who had hunted mule deer and elk together for several years in Chama, New Mexico. Chama was a two-day drive and required an out of state license. Fox Canyon Ranch is a half day drive and requires only a Texas license and it looked a lot like the terrain in Chama, New Mexico. We built a hunting lodge in the mouth of Fox Canyon, and ultimately, we bought the remainder of the ranch and renamed it Fox Canyon Ranch. Except for running a few head of cattle to help with expenses, Fox Canyon Ranch became, and still is, nothing but fun and recreation. Unlike the flat land covered with white brush and cat claw that leads from the highway to our front gate, Fox Canyon Ranch is nothing but beautiful mountains and canyons full of wildlife. It is a Jewel of the Davis Mountains and worthy of being a national park. At least that is the way we have viewed it, and felt about it, since 1974. Habitat & Topography: Forage resources are in good condition on the ranch. The ranch consists of mid-elevation grassland that includes desirable species such as sideoats grama, blue grama, plains bristlegrass and black grama. The growing season is June through September with most grass and forb production during the rainy season at the end of summer. The main body of the ranch has a unique topography which includes approximately 2,500 +/- ft in elevation changes. The ranch is all mountains and your opportunity to own your entire mountain range in west Texas. For the new owner there are ample spaces and opportunities to expand grazing, viewing spots, camping or additional improvements. Wildlife, Hunting: This ranch is loaded with game, trophy mule deer, big aoudad rams, large elk herds, javelinas, wild hogs, 3 species of quail and a variety of predators including mountain lions. This is a true sportsmans paradise. Water: This property has superior surface and subsurface water for the area. Multiple natural springs flow from the mountains creating an oasis for wildlife and water for the cattle. In addition to the spring fed water there are 2 deep electric wells to service both the old homestead and the main lodge. Homes: The main lodge is an open, spacious lodge with 2 main bunk rooms and 2 large bathrooms. The main room which has a stately bar with ample room for entertaining features floor to ceiling windows centered on the majestic views of the Davis Mountains, whether you are enjoying a cup of coffee in the morning by the picture window or a cocktail on the massive deck in the afternoon, being surrounded by these mountains is something special and the views make you second guess that you are in West Texas. The old McElroy homestead, situated directly across the creek from where the Apaches had been pounding their grain in their molcajetes, is a 3-bedroom 2-bath camp house with kitchen and storage. In addition, there is a 2-bedroom, 1-bath caretaker house situated near to the old homestead, a small shop, two truck barns and pole barns for the mountain cruisers. These pole barns hold a dozen full-sized outfitted and rigged trucks and UTVs. Taxes: Ag exempt $7,700 in 2019 Property rights: Owner has 100% of wind and water rights which will convey 50% of the owned minerals will convey, believed to be 5,925 net mineral acres.
$3,149,304  •  7,410.13 acres
H Bar H is predominantly within the Bear Canyon drainage with steep hills, cliffs, and drainage along with grass covered flats. A road system gets you down to the river and around the ranch making this place private and extremely accessible. Seven wells with several watering troughs provide amazing water distribution for wildlife. The headquarters is a compound with an updated 3 bedroom/2 bath main house with a custom rock fireplace, hunter’s camp, barns and outbuilding.
$3,648,000  •  7,296 acres
Situated at the convergence of three biologically-distinct eco-regions in Texas; the Texas Hill Country to the east, the Chihuahuan Desert to the west, and the subtropical Tamaulipan Brushland to the south, creating one of the most unique wildlife habitats in the state.
$7,750,000  •  6,363 acres
Caribou Canyon Ranch offers a quality commercial cattle operation with productive irrigation, big game hunting and excellent fishing on the Clark Fork River. The Ranch, located in the Deer Lodge Valley – the heart of Montana’s historic cattle country, encompasses 5,723± deeded acres in one contiguous block. The 566± irrigated acres, of which 466± are under pivot, are irrigated with excellent senior water rights out of the Clark Fork River and Peterson Creek with a combination of center pivots, wheel-lines and a small amount of hand line. The Ranch also has a State of Montana grazing lease on an adjoining 640-acre parcel making a very well-blocked 6,363± total acre Ranch.
$6,325,000  •  5,328 acres
Located 14 miles south of Kaycee, Wyoming, the Tisdale Mountain Ranch is a well-balanced ranch featuring live water and spectacular recreational attributes with 5,168± deeded acres and 160± BLM lease acres. Fully fenced and cross-fenced into two pastures with 4-wire steel and wood posts, the ranch consists of productive riparian zone and native grass pastures with a combination of crested wheat, intermediate wheat, and a variety of hard grass species, rich in protein content. The Tisdale Mountain Ranch is diverse in landscape and varies from a canyon rim to deep draws with pine and heavy timber complete with ponderosa pine and cedar. With the rugged topography, the resident herds of elk, mule deer and antelope are present and call the Tisdale Mountain Ranch their home with adequate water, forage and protection. Historically the ranch has made available self-hunts and harvested trophy animals of all these species. Unparalleled views of the Big Horn Mountains and an abundance of water to include 24 reservoirs with 12 being year-round and suitable for trout stocking along with drainages that include Wall Creek, Million Creek and Hot Water Creek, create a well-rounded and viable ranch. Ranch improvements a modern hunting camp featuring a two bedroom, one bath mobile unit with kitchen that also include a private well, septic, electricity, and storage shed. There is also an uninhabitable ranch headquarters with well and electricity. The Tisdale Mountain Ranch also has additional income opportunity with a Bentonite mine, complete royalty agreement. The operator will pay the owner $1.25 per ton and guarantees payment for 100,000 tons over an eight-year period. Surfaces damages historically earn $3,000 annually.
$3,372,000  •  4,759 acres
Sawmill Creek Ranch +/- 4170 Deeded Acres + /- 589 Leased AcresBordering the Gila National Forest, the +/- 4170 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 and bear 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 wells and 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! Note: In order to confirm a showing, financial verification is required. Thank you.