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$7,700,000  •  15,540 acres
Amerada Divide Ranch 17,174 acres - $7,700,000 Central Wyoming grass ranch with 17,147± total acres, which includes 15,540± deeded acres, and an adjacent 1,607± acre BLM Grazing Permit. The ranch has been carefully managed with the utilization of good grazing practices and the addition of new water sources to maintain rangeland conditions for livestock and enhance the wildlife habitat. Resident herds of mule deer and antelope thrive in the area. The area herd genetics has some of the best mule deer hunting in Wyoming. Numerous water sources including 14 wells, several reservoirs, windmills & springs, which are distributed throughout the property. The ranch has historically been utilized for summer grazing. There are two sets of corrals and a certified scale. Located northeast of Casper, WY about a 30-minute drive. Here’s a combination of great cattle country with first-rate hunting. $7,700,000. Visit www.ArnoldRealty.com for more info or call 307-746-2083.
$7,725,000  •  700 acres
Situated in the Pine River Valley of southwestern Colorado, Pine Ridge Ranch, with its end of the road privacy and captivating views of Granite Peak and the Continental Divide, is the epitome of a legacy property. The beauty of this scenic mountain ranch is accentuated by its extensive improvements. The 6,375-square-foot main residence overlooks a meadow and private pond and is complimented by an attractive 1,735-square-foot guesthouse. The first-class ranch facilities include a two-story barn, heated shop, outdoor arena, hay barn, set of working corrals and livestock scale. The ranch spans a total of 1,300 acres, including 700 deeded and 600 acres of state lease featuring lush meadows and tree-covered hills with over 1,000 feet of elevation change. This private mountain ranch has outstanding wildlife including, elk, deer, turkey and a host of other game animals. Currently operated as a stocker operation running 100± head of cattle, Pine Ridge Ranch is the quintessential ranch retreat in one of the prettiest areas of Colorado.
$1,700,000  •  199 acres
Water Water and more Water!!! The year 2018 was a record breaking drought year throughout many parts of the west. There were many areas that issued state of emergencies due to no water or grass for their livestock. The San Juan River Farm had all the water it needed to pruduce over 12,000 bales of high quality alfalfa hay with 4 full cuttings!!The San Juan River Farm is located just off the banks of the San Juan River and just outside the small quiet town of Bluff, Utah. The farm consist of 143 +/- deeded acres with 125 +/- acres under irrigation, 14 +/ acres of wetlands and 5 +/- acres with improvements. The fertile soils have historically produced up to 700 tons of alfalfa hay depending on the rotation of planting. The water rights consist of 695 acre feet of water rights out of the San Juan River. There is also a 40 acres state lease and a 16 acre BLM lease bordering the deeded ground. This farm is the only irrigated farms for miles which makes it very unique and valuable. This is a turn key farm operation with 4 tractors, swather, 2 balers, bale wagon, blades, disc, seeders, drills, sprayers and much more!Improvements:The farm boasts a very nice 2500 +/- square foot ranch style home all on one level. The home features a large open floor plan consisting of 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, living room, dining room, kitchen , sun room and a large 70' x 14' covered porch. There is also a large shop,equipment shed and covered hay barn.Recreation and Location:Located in the Four Corners region where Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona meet. The beautiful town of Bluff has some jaw dropping scenery on the banks of the San Juan River. This area is filled with ancient Indian archaeology. One can drive throughout the Four Cornersregion and visit the sites that bring the world to Bluff. Monument Valley, Bears Ears, Gooseneck State Park,Valley of the Gods, Natural Bridges, Mesa Verde, Arches, Canyonlandsand Hovenweepare just a few of the National Parks. Monuments,Navajo Tribal Parks and State Parks attract visitors due totheir serenity, beauty and natural wonder. With an elevation of 4300 ft. the mild temeratures make this a great place to spend every month of the year. There are hundreds of miles of jeep trails and hiking trails. Nearby Sand Island is another great place to visit the ancient petroglyphs or to start your river rafting adventure. Bluff, Utah was nominated as one of Buget Travel Magazine's coolest small towns.The San Jaun River Farm offers a mutitude of possibilities and adventures for everyone. Whether you are looking for some added production to your existing ranch operation or would like to run some cows and have a feedlot on a portion. Bird watchers and nature lovers will love the wild undisturbed habitat along the San Juan where geese, ducks, turkeys, deer and even an occasional road runner call home. From the warm weather in all seasons to the farming and recreational aspects this is an incredible property!!
$200,000  •  160 acres
General Description: This 160 +/- acre ranch is located between Crowell and Vernon, Texas near the town of Thalia. Mature fifty to sixty ft tall Cottonwood trees cover this beautiful Foard County ranch. Excellent native grasses have been established in three (3) CRP areas giving this ranch lush open fields intertwined with nice pockets of thick cover. There is an excellent internal road system throughout the property allowing access to all four corners.Directions: From Vernon, Texas travel south on Hwy 70. Travel approximately 15.5 miles passing through Lockett, Texas to CR 293. Turn right (North) on CR 293 and travel .8 miles to CR 290. The southwest corner of the ranch is at this intersection of CR 293 and CR 290. Turn left on CR 290 and travel approximately .5 miles. The entrance gate will be on the right. The ranch is approximately 2 hours and 45 mins to 3 hours from the Dallas/Ft. Worth metropolitan area.Terrain: Mostly flat with a nice sandy loam soil base throughout. The ranches perimeter has a four (4) foot high sandy berm covered partially in vegetation. This berm gives the ranch a nice "privacy fence" or feeling of seclusion when inside the property. In the southwest corner of the property is an old homesite from the early 1900s. The home belonged to a local school teacher that taught children in the local one room country school house. Most of the old house is gone but the homes fireplace is still standing strong.Habitat: Extremely large cottonwood trees dominate the majority of wooded areas inside this ranch. However, there is a nice smaller mix of pecan and hackberry trees with a small amount of mesquite and cedar sprinkled around. There are large thickets of wild plum bushes and sand sagebrush also scattered around the ranch for excellent wildlife browse. The wild plum bushes produce thick bunches of plums in the late summer and fall. Native grasses include plains bluestem, little blue stem, Indian grass, sand lovegrass, and a variety of other grasses common to the area.Wildlife/ Hunting: Quail are prevalent is this area along with Whitetail deer, Turkey, dove, feral hogs, and varmints such as coyotes and bobcats. The quail hunting should be excellent with a quality wildlife habitat and a good supply of food.CRP: There are 100.3 acres currently in CRP 10016 plan. The program is located in three (3) separate areas around the ranch. The program must be continued by any future owner. The program is scheduled to end in 2021 and brings in a payment of $3,309 annually.Leases: There are no hunting or cattle leases currently in place.Fencing: The fencing is in good condition on the north side of the ranch. There is currently no existing fence line on the south and east side with only partial fencing on the western side. However, there is a large sand berm on the eastern, southern and western side of the ranch which serves as a natural fence line.Underground Water: Underground water is very prevalent in the area. Many of the near-by houses are on water wells for home use and irrigation pivots can been seen on multiple surrounding ranches.Electricity: Southwest Rural Electric provides electricity to the area and is located along the west side of the ranch on CR 293 and on the south side along CR 290.Minerals: No minerals are owned.Legal Description: 160+/- acres in Abstract 306 Block 8 Section 33 H&TC RR.Taxes: This property is agriculturally exempt. 2018 property taxes were $748.56.Price: $1250 per acre ($200,000)Contact:Jack Fauntleroy- Agent940-550-4432 mobile
$434,000  •  100 acres
Bar T Bar West Parcel - Four Corners, Wyoming 100 acres - $434,000 Excellent recreational setting in the Wyoming Black Hills between Newcastle, WY and Deadwood, SD. 100 acres near Four Corners with frontage on Highway 85. Located close to Mallo Camp, Beaver Creek Campground and Black Hills National Forest access. A new pond has recently been constructed in the meadow. A seasonal creek runs into the pond and through the valley. Rolling hay meadows flank the creek bottom. There are approximately 47 acres in grass/alfalfa hay. Several nice building sites with panoramic views across the country side. Year round access is provided directly from Hwy 85 with a paved highway approach already in place. Also borders Mallo County Road. This picturesque setting would make a tremendous place for a year round home, weekend retreat, or possibly a commercial venture. $434,000. Visit www.ArnoldRealty.com for more info or call listing broker, Jim Pederson at Arnold Realty, Inc. 307-746-2083.
$595,000  •  44 acres
Canyon Springs Overlook - Four Corners, Wyoming 44 acres - $595,000 The ultimate Black Hills recreational headquarters or year-round residence just 5-minutes from National Forest. Shop with apartment, guest cabin and additional garage for all of the recreational toys. Picturesque 44 acre setting overlooking Beaver Creek Canyon. The custom-built structures are situated at the edge of the meadow in a pine, spruce and aspen backdrop. Heated and cooled shop with ample room for vehicles and ATVs, also has a wine room, exercise room, indoor/outdoor dog kennels and workshop. The second story apartment has 2 bedrooms & 1.75 baths. Open kitchen, dining and living area with gas fireplace, hardwood floor, sliding glass door to balcony. Guest cabin with 2 bedrooms, 1.75 baths, office, inviting great room with large windows offering a view of the canyon. An excellent location from which to enjoy the Black Hills. $595,0000. Additional 79 acres available. Visit ArnoldRealty.com or call 307-746-2083.