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$6,399,000  •  3,464.03 acres
Priced below value, the Pine Ridge Ranch is comprised of 3,464+/- acres of high mountain recreational property located in the picturesque North Fork Valley. Hosting a variety of topographies, the ranch lends itself to outstanding hunting opportunities along with grazing capabilities. Vegetation on the ranch is made up of native mountain grass meadows, sage, oak brush, and higher up with aspen and pine trees. The ranch offers drainages, seeps, springs, and runoff filled ponds, which contribute to the ranch's vast and varied wildlife. The ranch sits in the well-known game management area, Unit 63, which is known for its exceptional big game. The ranch has a history of a well-managed hunting service and is known for harvesting many bull elk each year. Big Game Unit 63 offers over-the-counter elk tags available for rifle and archery elk seasons, giving way to hunting lease income opportunities for the ranch. Fishing experiences can be made a short distance from the ranch's borders on the Gunnison River. The ranch is mostly unimproved, currently with no structures. Improvements on the ranch include fencing and water. Cattleman's Water Pipeline runs through the ranch, giving the owner 10 shares or 5 taps. The water is unfiltered and may be used for domestic and or stock water. The ranch has two access points off Highway 92, making it accessible year-round.
$13,500,000  •  3,015 acres
The Crawford Ranch, located in Dimmit County, has long been famed for its elegant yet productive beauty. It has been said, throughout the years, the 3,015 acre ranch has hosted celebrities, sheikhs, and politicians from across the world; it is no wonder the property has deservedly earned the reputation as a place to experience, should one receive the invitation. The primary residence consists of a 6,073 square foot Spanish style hacienda, with an additional 12,000 square feet of outdoor living area, including a pool, dual bars, water fountains, terraces, skyways, and fire pit. Complete with three bedrooms and five baths, the offering is fully furnished with pristine decades-old décor that is simply impossible to replicate. Apart but adjacent to the hacienda are four themed guest suites. One suite is named ‘Oso’, which translates to bear, after the ‘Golden Bear’ himself. The land is blessed with an abundance of flora and fauna that only three different waterways can deliver. The beautiful mature oak-filled Nueces (Pecan) River runs along the spread’s eastern boundary just short of 3.5 miles, with 3.75 miles of Live Oak Slough frontage as the southern boundary. Along the farm side of the western boundary, you’ll find nearly 1.25 miles of the peaceful Espantosa Lake full of tales and local lore. Flourishing with wildlife it would be nothing to experience the area’s iconic terrestrial and aviary species south Texas is renowned for, such as trophy caliber whitetail deer, flushing bobwhites, and the world’s largest Falconidae the Crested Caracara. All synonymous with the brush country. There are boundless recreational and entertaining opportunities with a skeet and rifle range, Nueces River and Espantosa Lake fishing, hiking, hunting, collecting ancient artifacts, and ATV’ing. Originally engineered as an equestrian paradise in the 1960s the property asserts a well-constructed and planned fencing system with large paddocks entirely of pipe that could very well last another lifetime. The property is rounded off with a manager’s home, office, two guest/pilot houses, and multiple barns and pens. Well-planned pasture structures allow for top-notch cattle/equine operations. With the booming exotic wildlife market these structures could be easily converted into the perfect breeding operation, 1,500± acres are already high fenced and ready for business. The ranch is a perfect setting for a multitude of activities including, fishing, hunting, ATV’ing, hiking, ranching, birding, artifact collecting, entertaining, or sometimes just relaxing with all the property’s amenities for your immediate use. The property has the components for a true south Texas legacy, many generations to come will forever speak of the grandeur and times spent on the Crawford Ranch. The Facts: ~ 3,015.149 acres ~ 1,500± acres under high fence ~ Primary residence 6,073 square feet (according to Appraisal District) ~ Guest cabins ~ Two guest homes ~ Manager’s home ~ Office ~ Horse stable ~ Three sets of cattle pens ~ Multiple barns ~ Seven water wells ~ Seven irrigation pivots ~ Multiple hunting blinds ~ Corn and protein feeders ~ Walk-in cooler ~ Surface sale only ~ Helicopter pad
$740,000  •  231 acres
This exquisite 231+/- acres located in Crawford County, Missouri is a great mix of pasture and timber. Both excellent producing pasture land with great grasses and nice beautiful timber which is loaded with deer and turkey. Black Jack Creek flows year round right through the farm for year round water for both livestock and wildlife. 2 super nice pole barns complete and ready for storage of farm equipment and all the toys you need to have fun with down in the country. Rustic sharp log cabin ready for you to spend the weekends in or a lifetime. Your in the floating capital of Missouri so bring your canoe or kayak and spend the day on the nearby Huzzah, Courtois, or Meramec Rivers. Fishing paradise awaits. Maramec Springs Trout Fishery is right up the road with some of the best trout fishing Missouri has to offer. Under an hour and a half from St. Louis County makes for easy commute time. This Crawford County, Missouri Farm has everything you have been looking for so call for a private appointment and viewing. It won't last long. One of a kind with live water in some of the best that Missouri has to offer.
$4,250,000  •  200 acres
Auction - May 27th, 2022  Colorado Productive Hay and Chicken Farm with Horse Training Facilities for Sale  Sparkling clean & immaculate- those are the first words that come to your mind when you visit the Black Canyon farm. Located Just 5.6 miles Southwest of Crawford, Colorado, the 200-acre property sits on Fruitland Mesa, a broad mesa dotted with productive hay farms, ranches, and cabins. Just 8 miles South of the ranch is the dramatic and stunning North Rim of the Black Canyon. At 7,000 feet in elevation, the ranch enjoys sunny, cool summers and relatively mild winters. The area is known for growing outstanding grass/alfalfa horse hay that is prized all over the country for discerning horse owners. This is a working farm with an outstanding set of improvements, starting with the 8,000-sq ft. home. Built in 2004, the owners built it to LAST. The home has 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, a huge family room, and a walk-out basement, and 9-foot ceilings on the main floors and the upstairs. There is a spacious 2-car attached garage and an additional 3-car detached garage, a 60x80 machinery storage building, 40 x 112 hay barn, and a1680 sq. ft. 3BR 2BA modular home for a caretaker or ranch manager. Quality Water Resources On A Colorado Ranch Property - This ranch is served by two domestic water taps with two large cisterns to capture and store overflow for up to 3months' use. The ranch has 3,800 shares of Fruitland Mesa irrigation water to serve the five sideroll sprinklers and 100irrigated acres. There is a commercial well that services the two chicken barns, built in 2016. Both large barns are 29,400 sq. ft., (58,500 sq. ft. total), with a 2,500 sq. ft. headquarters. The water is gravity fed and the ranch has its own headgate. Irrigation water is delivered at 65 psi for reliable hay irrigation. For those of you unfamiliar with hayfield irrigation, pressurized water is highly efficient and is very preferable to outmoded gated pipe and earthen ditch flood irrigation. Wildlife And Views On A Colorado Ranch - Fruitland Mesa is known for outstanding mule deer hunting, producing trophy-quality bucks. This farm is in the heart of Unit 63, some of the best hunting in western Colorado. The north end of the farm has pinyon-juniper bedding habitat that attracts mule deer. On occasion, elk inhabit the ranch, particularly during the winter months, but sometimes during hunting season as well. The ranch has stunning views of the nearby West Elks mountain range to the East, as well as the Grand Mesa to the North and the Uncompaghre Plateau to the west. Snow coverage is fairly light during the winter, but the nearby mountains provide good irrigation water through most of the summer and sometimes as late as mid-September. Hay Production, Horse Pasture, Sheep and Goats - This farm has excellent soil, good water rights and is set up to FARM. Historically the farm has produced between 400 & 500 tons of top-quality grass/alfalfa hay per year on 100 acres, which is fenced with 8' game fencing to avoid game damage. Currently the owner is raising highly prized performance horses & pasture-raised chickens. Separate from the hayfields are the horse, goat and sheep pastures. There are a 12x40 and a 12x20 horse sheds that are currently being used for sheep and goats. There is the option to purchase the property with a lease in place for the chicken barns & pasture raised chicken operations. Contact listing agent for more information. Option to purchase in separate packages 1. Two Chicken Barns + 120 acres (to be surveyed off) - $2,800,000 This 120 acres and chicken barns can be purchased with a lease to begin at closing. Contact listing agent for details on lease options. 2. Home, Modular home, outbuildings, barns, garage, & 80 acres - $1,450,000 Colorado Productive Hay Farm is in Immaculate Condition Sparkling clean and immaculate — those are the first words that come to your mind when you visit the Black Canyon hay farm. Located just 5.6 miles southwest of Crawford, Colorado, the 200-acre property sits on Fruitland Mesa, a broad mesa dotted with productive hay farms, ranches, and cabins. Just 8 miles south of the ranch is the dramatic and stunning North Rim of the Black Canyon. At 7,000 feet in elevation, the ranch enjoys sunny, cool summers and relatively mild winters. The area is known for growing outstanding grass/alfalfa horse hay that is prized all over the country for discerning horse owners. Gorgeous Improvements on a Top-quality Colorado Farm This working hay farm has an outstanding set of improvements, starting with the 5,028-square-foot home. Built in 2003, the home has 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, sun room, a a huge family room, and a walk-out basement, and 9-foot ceilings on the main floors and the upstairs. There is a spacious 2- car attached garage and an additional 3-car detached garage with woodworking shop, a 60x80 machinery storage building, 40x112 hay barn, and a 1680-square-foot 3 BR 2BA modular home for a caretaker or ranch manager. Quality Water Resources on a Colorado Ranch Property Water is everything in western Colorado, from domestic water taps to irrigation water. This ranch is served by three domestic water taps with two large cisterns to capture and store overflow for up to 3 months’ use. The ranch has 3,800 shares of Fruitland Mesa irrigation water to serve the five sideroll sprinklers and 112 irrigated acres. The water is gravity fed and the ranch has its own headgate. Irrigation water is delivered at 65 PSI for reliable hay irrigation. For those of you unfamiliar with hayfield irrigation, pressurized water is highly efficient and is very preferable to outmoded gated pipe and earthen ditch flood irrigation. Colorado Broker Wildlife and Views on a Colorado Ranch Fruitland Mesa is known for outstanding mule deer hunting, producing trophy-quality bucks. This farm is in the heart of Unit 63, some of the best hunting in western Colorado. The north end of the farm has favored pinyon- juniper bedding habitat that attracts mule deer. On occasion, elk inhabit the ranch, particularly during the winter months, but sometimes during hunting season as well. The ranch has stunning views of the nearby West Elks mountain range to the east, as well as the Grand Mesa to the north and the Uncompaghre Plateau to the west. Snow coverage is fairly light during the winter, but the nearby mountains provide good irrigation water through most of the summer and sometimes as late as mid-September. Chicken Barns & Pasture Raised Eggs Production, Horse Training Facilities & Pasture This farm has excellent soils, good water rights, and is set up to FARM. Historically the farm has produced between 400 and 500 tons of top quality grass/alfalfa hay per year on 100 acres, which is fenced with 8’ game fencing to avoid game damage. Currently the owner is raising highly prized grass hay and rotates one 12-acre field into wheat production each year. Recently in 2016, two 29,400 square foot chicken barns, Hay is stored in a 40x112 hay barn. Separate from the hayfields is the horse pasture and the goat and sheep pastures. There are 12x40 and a 12x20 horse sheds that are currently being used for sheep and goats.  Listing ID: 05022-16068
Contact for Price  •  200 acres
The Black Canyon Ranch is a 200-acre multiple-use income property with a large home, irrigated hayfields, 60x80 metal shop building, 42x100 hay barn, modular home, and two large poultry barns dedicated for pasture-raised egg production. The property has horse training facilities including an arena, horse pastures, and run-in shelters, and is located near the beautiful Black Canyon in Western Colorado. The property is offered in 3 configurations: Parcel 1 contains the two chicken barns comprising 56,000 square feet of automated egg-laying barns + 120 acres of irrigated hayfields with high fence surrounding the pasture. Parcel 2 has the home, metal shop building, hay storage, and modular home on 80 acres; and Parcel 3 is the entire package of 200 acres, irrigation rights, and all improvements.
$4,995,000  •  160 acres
Hawks Nest Ranch – Gunnison County, Colorado LOCATION Located nine miles east of the quaint town of Crawford, the Hawks Nest Ranch is hands down one of the most strikingly beautiful parcels Colorado has to offer.  This 160-acre, pure in-holding is directly bound on all sides by Gunnison National Forest lands (1.70-million acres) the West Elk Wilderness (176,500-acres) and has remained under the same ownership dating back to the 1940’s.  There is not another privately held parcel to the north,...
$528,500  •  120 acres
This exquisite 120+/- acres located in Crawford County, Missouri is a great mix of pasture & timber. Both excellent producing pasture land with great grasses & nice beautiful timber which is loaded with deer & turkey. Black Jack Creek flows year round right through the farm for year round water for both livestock & wildlife. 2 super nice pole barns complete & ready for storage of farm equipment & all the toys you need to have fun with down in the country. Rustic sharp log cabin ready for you to spend the weekends in or a lifetime. You're in the floating capital of Missouri so bring your canoe or kayak & spend the day on the nearby Huzzah, Courtois, or Meramec Rivers. Fishing paradise awaits. Maramec Springs Trout Fishery is right up the road with some of the best trout fishing Missouri has to offer. Under an hour & half from St. Louis County makes for easy commute time. This Crawford County Farm has everything you have been looking for. It won't last long. Additional acreage available
$207,200  •  74 acres
Awesome 74 acre tract in Crawford County, Missouri. Makes an excellent hunting or recreational tract. You're in the floating capital of Missouri so bring your canoe or kayak and spend the day on the nearby Huzzah, Courtois, or Meramec Rivers. Fishing paradise awaits. Maramec Springs Trout Fishery is right up the road with some of the best trout fishing Missouri has to offer. Under an hour and a half from St. Louis County makes for easy commute time. This Crawford County, Missouri Farm has everything you have been looking for so call for a private appointment and viewing. It won't last long. One of a kind with live water in some of the best that Missouri has to offer.
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Contact for Price  •  74 acres
Peoples Company is honored to represent the Crawford Family in their sale of 74 acres m/l located just south of Independence in Buchanan County, Iowa!
$439,900  •  68 acres
Beautiful country home on 68+/- acres in wonderful Crawford County, Missouri. This area is known for giant tom turkeys and whitetail deer. Just outside of the quaint town of Steelville, Missouri is this awesome property theat features 5 bedrooms and 1.5 full baths, there are multiple outbuildings, and a good mix of pine and oak, small ponds and tons of utv/atv trails. This property offers excellent hunting. Super close to the Meramec, Huzzah, and Courtois Rivers making for excellent floating, camping, and fishing fun. Plenty of room for livestock and or horses. Don't miss out on this awesome property.
$425,000  •  40.86 acres
If you've always dreamt of owning a home with stunning views, that backs up to millions of acres of National Forest, this property may be it! It is getting tougher and tougher to find areas in Colorado without population growth. The Crawford area just North of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park is one of those areas. Highway 92 is one of the most scenic routes in all of CO. Coupled by the unrivaled beauty of the West Elk Mtns.
$103,600  •  37 acres
Awesome 37 acre tract in Crawford County, Missouri. Makes an excellent hunting or recreational tract. You're in the floating capital of Missouri so bring your canoe or kayak and spend the day on the nearby Huzzah, Courtois, or Meramec Rivers. Fishing paradise awaits. Maramec Springs Trout Fishery is right up the road with some of the best trout fishing Missouri has to offer. Under an hour and a half from St. Louis County makes for easy commute time. This Crawford County, Missouri Farm has everything you have been looking for so call for a private appointment and viewing. It won't last long. One of a kind with live water in some of the best that Missouri has to offer.