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$14,750,000  •  22,450 acres
Rio Ro Mo is a rare opportunity to acquire a large, contiguous ranch, that has been owned by the same family for 3 generations. Located in northwestern Colorado and less than an hour and a half from historic Steamboat Springs. Rio Ro Mo spans across 29 square miles, a landmass larger than Manhattan Island. The ranch consists of rolling hills and canyons covered in native grasses, sagebrush and juniper trees, with Lay Creek meandering through a large section of the property. The ranch consists of 18,650 deeded acres with an additional 3,500 acres in BLM leases and one 300-acre private lease. Rio Ro Mo is not encumbered by any Conservation Easements.The owners of Rio Ro Mo have been excellent stewards of the land. It has the capability to run 1,000 plus head of yearling cattle during the grazing season, with an impressive average daily rate gain of 2 1/4 lbs. The ranch boasts ten fully-fenced pastures and two sets of working corrals, along with two extensive pipeline watering systems that run to multiple strategically placed large tire water tanks. Additional water is provided by springs, snow melt and wells with electric submersible pumps, some of which are solar powered. In addition to the tremendous livestock watering system, the ranch includes three irrigation pivots that provide quality hay for the livestock and great winter grazing for the wildlife. Due to its vast size, Rio Ro Mo is eligible for Colorado Parks and Wildlife's Ranching for Wildlife program. The ranch is situated in GMUs 3 and 301, and runs a very well managed hunting operation during the fall and winter months, with mostly returning clients. With the size of the ranch, it qualifies for 30 mule deer and 30 pronghorn private landowner voucher applications annually. Resident mule deer and pronghorn graze the ranch year round, while thousands of elk utilize the ranch during their spring and winter migrations and can be seen sporadically throughout the year. An array of small game, varmints, Mountain lions, bobcats, dove, sage grouse, geese, duck, golden and bald eagles all also call the property home. The ranch may have one of the largest greater sage grouse leks in the State of Colorado. Undoubtedly, Rio Ro Mo is an ecosystem of its own. Rio Ro Mo includes a modern 2,700 sq. ft., fully-furnished home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, along with a 4,500 sq. ft. fully insulated shop and a 4,000 sq. ft. equipment storage shed.Easy access to Rio Ro Mo is provided by US Highway 40 and a well-maintained county road. Yampa Valley Regional Airport near Hayden, CO with commercial air service is approximately 1 hour from the ranch, and Denver is located 4.5 hours southeast of the ranch, while Salt Lake City, UT is 4 hours west of the ranch. Have an airplane or helicopter? The ranch has more than adequate space to build your own private runway or heliport with several suitable site locations. The Seller's are willing to market the Rio Ro Mo as a turnkey operation and will provide a detailed equipment list with pricing to interested parties upon request. If you would like to schedule a personal showing of Rio Ro Mo, please contact Rick Kusel at (970) 554-1762.
$37,500,000  •  14,141 acres
With over 14,000 acres in one contiguous block, Rana Creek Ranch is the largest landholding in California’s famous Carmel Valley. The Golden State’s countryside doesn’t get any more idyllic than this. The ranch spans both sides of Carmel Valley Road with, over 12,400 acres on the north side and 1,720± on the south. It is currently being operated as a cattle ranch and owner’s retreat, although there are many great options for a future owner to expand operations if desired. The ranch is about eight miles long by over four miles at its widest point… it is a mammoth landscape with impressive water resources in the form of seasonal creeks, vernal ponds and a strong aquifer.
$3,185,850  •  9,510 acres
Cooks Creek Ranch is scenic with tremendous views down into Indian Creek and Cook Creek with rolling hills and limestone cliff canyon banks. Water on the ranch is distributed in a variety of wells, pipelines, water storage, and water troughs. Recent use and management have been focused on improving and growing both mule deer and whitetail deer populations. The population is about 50/50 for these two deer types and some of the best Blue Quail hunting in Texas.
$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.
Contact for Price  •  5,008 acres
Land: The Carrizo Springs Ranch is comprised of 600 mostly high-fenced acres being part of the Legendary La Bandera Ranch. Located approximately 8 miles S.W. of Carrizo Springs, Texas in the heart of the Golden Triangle. Boasting gently rolling terrain, good native brush diversity, and a history of extensive land management, this ranch offers a well-balanced variety of habitat for the wildlife. Improvements: Consist of 2 BR/1BR house and a large metal barn with sliding doors and a 14,000 lb. overhead feed storage. Water: 1 Domestic water well with a generous surface tank. Wildlife: Carrizo Springs Ranch, being one of La Bandera’s premier hunting pastures, offers an abundance of hunting opportunities for White-tailed Deer, dove, quail, and Rio Grande Turkey. Enrolled as a TPWD, MLDP Level 3 permitted ranch for many years, the ranch abounds with superior White-tailed Deer. Surface sell only.
$25,000,000  •  3,500 acres
The Kansas Gentleman's Farm is an impressive highly productive turnkey 3500+ acre irrigated farm in Wallace County Kansas, just minutes away from Sharon Springs! The life-size bronze bull elk welcomes guests as they enter the drive that leads to a luxurious custom designed 6000' +/- sq ft home, a guest & foreman's home, multiple 60' x 120' insulated shops and a custom-engineered 600,000 bu grain facility provides everything this farm needs to be incredibly efficient. LAND This is a 3500+ acre center pivot irrigated farm all in one block. The land consists of a total of +/- 3530 acres, divided into 2580 of irrigated acres, 750 dryland and 200 other. The bulk of the irrigated ground consists of Class II and Class III soils, Ulysses, Kuma & Keith silt loams with 0-3% slopes which provide for optima crop growth and water retention. The Farm is classified as 100% irrigated with over-lapping water rights. All Mineral Rights owned by Seller pass with land to Buyer. The primary Crop is 106-118 Day Corn, Golden Harvest seed planted 24k population with yields averaging 210-220 bu/ac. The neighboring properties north of the farm are similar to the "other" 200 acres of the farm, with rangeland/pasture with rock outcroppings and rangeland consisting of a mixture of short & mid-grass prairie. Irrigated/dryland farms adjoin the majority of the farm's perimeter. Sharon Springs sits at an elevation of 3471 ft The average annual Rainfall in Wallace County is 18.55" The average Freeze date is between October 1-10 IMPROVEMENTS This farm has a beautiful custom designed 6000 sq ft home, build in 2011, 4 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, luxurious master bedroom with his and hers bath, gourmet kitchen with custom cabinets and granite counters, vaulted ceilings with custom log beams and an attached six car garage. There is a pergola covered outdoor kitchen atop a massive patio built for entertainment. There are mature trees in the backyard which is watered with underground sprinklers. A life-sized bronze bull elk stands as the focal point of the roundabout drive. A comfortable 2 bedrooms 1.5 bath guest home sits within the manicured lawns and landscaping that surround both homes. There is a 2600 square foot custom third home built new in 2019 at the Smidt farm Headquarters and bin site and serves as home for the farm foreman. The farm shop is 60' x 120', insulated, heated, and cooled, 30' x 14' overhead door with bathroom. The attached car barn is 60' x 120' and is also insulted. The airplane barn is 60' x 126' non-insulated with a 54' hangar door. There are 10 RV hooks at the farm shop with water and electricity, with an RV Sewage dump at the main farm headquarters. The Farm bin site has: 600,000 bu. of state-of-the-art grain storage. The grain storage consists of 2 - 100,000 bu. bins and 8-50,000 bu. bins. These bins are all equipped with full aeration floors, extra-large fans, power sweeps and can handle 21 percent moisture corn. They have put up to 25 moisture corn in the bins and got along great. There is a 7,000 bu. per hour plug free grain leg at the bin site which can fill all the bins and 1800 bu. overhead load out bin. The bin site has a 2,000 bu. dump pit which all the grain from the grain bins dump into. The 2- 100,000 bu. Bins are equipped with side load outs. You can pull up to 35,000bu. of grain from each of these two bins with the side load outs. They can load a semi with grain in 4-5 minutes. They have 20 semi's show up at one time and the truckers don't complain because they get loaded faster at the Farm than they do at the local grain elevator. The Farm has 2 section pivots and 12 standard quarter section pivots. They are all valley pivots equipped with 38 inch tires, drops, and spray nozzles close to the ground. There are 24 irrigation wells. Nine of which are electric submersibles which are powered by T3 natural gas engines. The other 15 wells are vertical turbines pumps with Chevy natural gas engines, most of which have been rebuilt. Valley pivots & the ability to move water from one end to the farm to the other with overlapping water rights ensures you can get water where it's needed. The matching red roofs can be seen for miles and define the Schmidt Farm. RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES IN THE AREA: Golf: Multiple smaller municipal courses at Sharon Springs, Goodland and Tribune provide a quality golfing experience. Hunting: The Sharon Springs area provides habitat that supports whitetail, mule deer, pheasants, antelope & small game. CURRENT EQUIPMENT 3- 2019 8400 R John Deere Tractor 1- 2016 8245 R John Deere Tractor 1- 2016 5100E John Deere Tractor 1- 2019 R4040 John Deere Sprayer w/ 120' Booms 1- 2019 S770 John Deere Combine (500 hrs) 1- 2019 712C John Deere Corn Head- 12 row 1- 2019 John Deere Wheat Head- 30' 1- 2019 1775NT John Deere Planter- 24 row 1- 2019 50' Landoll Disk 1- 2019 1200 Gladiator Strip Tiller- 12 row 1- 2016 Gladiator Strip Tiller- 16 row 2- 1325 bu Unverferth Grain Carts 1- custom made Chemical Mixing Trailer 1- 1997 Crane Truck 1- 310 SJ John Deere Backhoe (400 hrs) 1- 2018 35' Ripper 2- Dirt Scrapers 1- 2016 321F Case Loader (possible trading) 1- 1982 FireTruck (w/ 15' boom) 1- Cultivator- 30' 1- Stalk Chopper- 30' 1- Batwing Mower- 12' 1- Batwing Mower- 15' 25- Chevy Irrigation Motors (natural gas) LOCATION The Schmidt Farm is 7 miles south of Sharon Springs, Kansas on State Highway 27, 2.5 miles east on Goose Berry County Road and then 1/2 mile north to the Farm Headquarters. The quaint town of Sharon Springs isa mix of the charming, modern, and tried and true, with amenities, restaurants and several historical museums. The Farm is surrounded by several small towns, including Goodland, Tribune, Oakley and Colby. The 19th largest city in the nation, Denver, Colorado, is a quick 3.5 hours west of the Farm providing an amazing array of entertainment, sports & theatre, restaurants and dining, resorts and hotels. From The Denver Center of Performing Arts, Elitches, Professional Sports, and National Western Rodeo, the activities are endless.
$1,105,000  •  3,400 acres
Flying Buck Ranch is situated directly across US Highway 90 from the Terrell County Airport (6R6) creating a rare fly-in hunting experience along the transition zone of the western Hill Country into Trans-Pecos region Texas, an area rich with history and wildlife. Being 3 miles west of Dryden, Texas between Del Rio and Sanderson, the ranch is easily accessed by car from central and south Texas.
$6,495,000  •  3,000 acres
Only $2,165/Acre! Wow!!! 3000± Acres Maverick County - Game-fenced, minutes to Carrizo Springs or Eagle Pass! Game managed for 11 years with giant Golden Triangle deer!! 7 tanks, paved access, camp compound with electricity, water, 4 RV hookups, executive blinds, feeders, and miles of Senderos and quail strips. This is a great all round place with ready-to-go hunting, fishing, cattle! No oil field traffic or production! Priced to sell! Call Jeff Soele: (210) 705-4013.
$975,000  •  3,000 acres
Riata East Ranch consists primarily of gently sloping open grassland flats divide by multiple small draws that provide a diverse habitat of larger brush and trees crucial for wildlife habitat. The old Headquarters at Riata East Ranch and existing house provide day one utility as a working ranch with the necessary infrastructure in place to expand and build your own ranch home or hunting lodge.
$7,950,000  •  2,958 acres
Once In A Life Time:Ranch Details:This ranch near Pompeys Pillar in south central Montana truly is a rare offering. Situated on the banks of the Yellowstone River approximately 35 miles northeast of Billings, this property offers a very distinct variety of topography and habitat. Nearly a century in same family, it is being offered for the first time. From the cottonwood groves along the almost 1.5 miles of Yellowstone River frontage, through the irrigated fields and riparian zones, to the high pastures, and forested breaks of the Pine Ridge, this ranch offers what many area ranches cannot with its several truly diverse ecosystems. This ranch is only one hour away from Billings Logan National Airport. Land Information:Acreage:127 Acres irrigated223 Acres River Bottom Pasture206 Acres Dry Land Hay830 Improved Pasture1572 Acres Pasture160 Acres Leased Total Acreage: 3118The lower ranch is approximately 500+ acres which is comprised of irrigated fields and pastures. 1000 plus tons of hay are produced every year, depending on rainfall. Along with several pastures that are used for horses year round, the cattle are also traditionally moved in during winter in preparation for calving. Additionally; there is an unnamed tributary of the Yellowstone that originates here, and provides excellent stock water. River access is year round, and the property offers private areas for boat launch. The shaded and cottonwood lined riverbank is an ideal spot for picnics. The upper ranch begins where the county road ends, at an admirably robust metal fence. A coded electric gate ensures only private traffic enters. With the exception of a large culvert for equipment and cattle under I-94, this is the only access to the upper ranch. There are 2500+ deeded acres, with an additional 160 leased that combine to comprise the upper ranch. This northern sloping bench consists of mainly dry land pastures, with timber and ravines throughout. Historically the upper ranch has been used for grazing with some dry land hay production. This part of the ranch is perimeter and cross fenced with 1 1/2 miles of high game fence on one border fence line. Sand Creek flows northerly through the upper ranch, with excellent stock and irrigation rights. The ingress and egress is quite pleasing as you drive through the cottonwood lined creek bottom, and then ascend onto the rolling timber lined pastures. In addition to the aforementioned water; there are also several springs, 11 wells, and a reservoir that provide ample water for the stock and irrigation. Water rights in Montana are subject to the adjudication process. Transfer of the water rights does not warrant that right until any judication process has been finalized. Flood irrigation is utilized for the numerous fields on the lower portion of the ranch. Hunting Opportunities: Down along the banks of the Yellowstone you will find hundreds of acres of cottonwood forests, willow thickets, Russian olives, and tall native grasses teaming to create an ideal habitat for trophy Whitetail Deer. In addition, the adjacent irrigated fields create a frequent pit stop for migrating waterfowl along Montana's central flyway. Robust populations of wild pheasant and turkey are also found here. A great variety of hawks, golden and bald eagles are regular residents of the area, along with Sandhill Cranes, Great Blue Herons, and other birds that call this area home for part of the year. Located within a region of Montana rumored to harbor some of the states best genetic elk herds; seeing bulls in the high 300" and low 400" class in not uncommon. Having never been outfitted, the ranch offers an unspoiled opportunity at legitimate trophy elk, mule deer, and pronghorn. The sellers of this property have taken great pride in providing wild and natural habitat, as well as sanctuary for large game animals culling mostly cow elk, and small bucks during hunting seasons. The higher portions of the ranch have become a frequent haven for mature bull elk, and mule deer. Topographically the ranch is unique from many ranches in the region. Sand Creek runs directly through parts of this holding, coupled with several surface wells and springs. This ranch has the water, grass, cover, and travel corridors to support the large populations of game mentioned. This ranch also qualifies for Land Owner Preference tags per Montana Hunting Regulations. The Sellers intend to execute an IRC 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange. Agents Comments:The Watson Ranch is truly one of a kind ranch for Eastern Montana. The diverse topography, water enriched , abundant wildlife, all make this ranch a highly sought after property. If you are a rancher, investor, sportsman, or a Non-profit organization looking to make this property into a retreat, then you must consider the Watson Ranch.
$7,600,000  •  1,990 acres
Nestled in southwest Colorado's Delta County just south of Grand Junction and north of Montrose-both of which provide convenient air access, great dining, shopping and world-class winter sports-and minutes from popular Western big game hunting destinations sits Antelope Hill. The conveniently located property is 10 miles outside Delta and only minutes from the Gunnison River with some of the best trout fishing around. This rare find spans +/- 1,990 acres with over 200 acres sitting on the mesa, 170 of which are irrigatable-boasting incredible waterrights-and home to a working orchard packed with fruit trees all gearing up for the 2020 summer crop. The property currently features 114 acres of fruit trees, including: 70 acres of peaches, 40 acres of cherries, 4 acres of plout (a plum/apricot hybrid) and 2 acres of apples. Well-established and active since 1950, the family-owned and -operated business provides an excellent cash flow and beautiful views, serving the community and nearby states for 70 years. The fruit farm is touted as producing the world's best sweet cherries, thanks to the mountainclimate that that is dry and warm during the day and cool at night-ideal for producing perfectly-ripened fruit. Dark red juicy Bing and plump golden Rainier cherries burst with intense flavor that is tough to get anywhere else. Look for the brand TOM TOM-an original cherry crate label-in supermarkets throughout Colorado and neighboring states. Inventory is staged to provide up-and-coming producers.This is a great opportunity to own a legacy orchard with onsite packing and production facilities. Five houses on the grounds include three workers' cabins situated near the onsite packing plant. This jewel is way more than just a cash-producing orchard. With panoramic views second to none, one can marvel at the vistas of the Grand Mesa, the Uncompagre Plateau and the West Elks of Paonia all from the mesa. Keeping this in mind, the buyer may decide that the highest and best use of the property is to maintain the orchard and develop the view lots all the way around its perimeter. Every building site would have its own unique, incredible view. At approximately 5,500 feet in elevation, the property backs up to the shores of the Harts Basin reservoir, which holds water year-round and can be your personal hotspot for outdoor adventures, sitting on nearly 500 acres of federal land. Located in Game Management Unit (GMU) 52, the ranch qualifies for landowner vouchers through which you could get mule deer tags every year. Between Harts Basin and the privately-held spring-fed ponds, there also is outstanding duck and goose hunting available. Nearly 2 miles of current creek runs year-round across the southeast side of the property.In the current COVID-19 environment, we are already seeing activity from buyers wanting to relocate to Western Colorado, making this the perfect time to develop large lots with outstanding views. There has never been a better place for social distancing.
$3,899,999  •  1,718 acres
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County Line Ranch is located in the heart of what is known as South Dakota's "Golden Triangle". This region is home to some of the Country's best pheasant hunting. County Line Ranch offers a mix between beautiful pasture draws, and fertile crop ground. The property is located approximately 20 miles North of Gregory, South Dakota. The ranch has been extremely well managed as a cattle ranch, as well as a top shelf recreational property. The current owners are true stewards of the land, and is pointed out by the lush pasture grass that is abound throughout the ranch. There is approximately 1000 +/- acres of crossed fenced pasture ground, and 718+/- acres of tillable ground. The ranch has ponds located throughout the property for watering cattle and wildlife alike. Current owners run on average 150-180 cow/calves year round. Recreation:The current owners have managed the ranch for trophy Mule deer and Whitetail deer, only harvesting 3-5 deer off the ranch annually. Pheasant hunting the many shelter belts that run along the fast amounts of crop ground and sloughs will rival any hunting in the state. There is vibrant turkey population on the property, with every draw holding a good number of birds hunters are certain to have plenty of opportunities. The ranch would make for a spectacular private hunting holding, to be enjoyed by friends or family. However, it also has all the right attributes to handle a commercial operation.Lodge:The lodge sits at the end of a private drive nestled back into the trees of one of the many draws on the property. The Lodge would make a great personal hunting camp, and with the ability to sleep up to 12 people it is also has the potential to be a turn key commercial operation. The lodge meets all the State mandated regulations to run a commercial hunting operation. Improvements:There is a Large Morten Building with pens, and working facilities located on the property. The ranch is fully fenced with 3 different pastures, allowing for good rotational grazing of cattle. There are good road systems throughout the property making it easy to access all the draws on the ranch. Broker Notes:This ranch truly has it "ALL". On each property visit I saw shooter Mule Deer and Whitetail. I saw numerous different flocks of turkeys in the draws. The Pheasant Hunting would certainly rival any in the area with plenty of food, cover, and water. Call Jake Hyland or John Herrity today to set up your own private, qualified showing...
$11,970,000  •  1,582.98 acres
The mighty Rio Grande River is the heart and soul of the Flying W Ranch. This Colorado “River Mountain Ranch” is an exclusive one-of-a-kind property located in Rio Grande County, Colorado. The ranch sits on the western edge of the San Luis Valley, the largest alpine valley in the world. A rarity for river ranches, this ranch includes acreage along both sides of the Rio Grande River. Internal access to both the north and south banks of the river is achieved by way of a unique single-lane steel truss bridge that was formerly a Rio Grande County bridge. Including more than two and one-half (2.5) river miles of the Rio Grande River and more than one and one-half (1.5) creek miles of Pinos Creek, this ranch is a recreational water paradise. The entire 2.5 miles of the Rio Grande River are classified as Colorado Gold Medal Waters by the Colorado Division of Wildlife, a designation for trophy trout waters. Less than 4% of all rivers and streams in Colorado have achieved this lofty Gold Medal status. One of the most unique attributes of the river throughout the ranch is the lake effect section, consisting of over one-half (1/2) mile of the river located along the lower section of the river corridor. This lake effect on the flowing Rio Grande River is caused by the Rio Grande Canal dam/diversion, located just below the lower river corridor property boundary, which holds back the entire width of the river. This provides the opportunity to paddle and row both upstream and downstream due to the slower moving water. Big water! The mighty Rio Grande River flowing through the Flying W Ranch contains the highest river flows of any section of the Rio Grande River in Colorado. The Rio Grande River is the 3rd longest river with headwaters in the United States and is the 20th longest river in the world. This “Grande River” has its headwaters above the Flying W Ranch along the continental divide and flows all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. The extensive riparian ecosystem along the river corridor provides the abundant habitat biodiversity needed for aquatic, wildlife, fish and woodland habitats. An abundance of trophy trout along with a multitude of wildlife species are found throughout the ranch. Mule deer and pronghorn antelope can often be found grazing or bedded on the ranch. Both bald eagles and golden eagles soar year-round on the ranch along with red-tailed hawks. Other raptors can be viewed seasonally. In the spring, after the snow and ice melt, waterfowl return to nest and hatch their young along the river, creek, slough, and pond waterways. The ranch experiences an annual return of the great blue heron to its rookery located on the lower ranch with over 50 returning blue herons nesting in the cottonwoods along the river. Ducks and geese return to the ranch in significant numbers along with a myriad of small bird species. Spring and fall migrations also provide for the occasional glimpse of both sandhill cranes and great white pelicans. Occasional moose, elk, mountain lion, bobcat, lynx and other species of both big and small game pass through the ranch as well. Abundant surface water rights provide for irrigation of more than 600± acres and provide more than 500± acre-feet of consumptive use water rights. The ranch has more than 15 CFS of surface water rights, of which more than 6 CFS are senior water rights. These priority water rights assure that irrigation water will be available during the entire growing season.
Contact for Price  •  1,500 acres
1500± Acres Maverick County - Giant deer, big brush, Golden Triangle South Texas wild and woolly rare find! Two tanks, water and electricity, paved access! You won't find a better one! Call Jeff Soele: (210) 705-4013.
$2,695,000  •  810 acres
PROPERTY SPECS Total Acres: 810± Water: 2 Lakes, 4 Ponds, Well County: Dimmit Nearest City: Carrizo Springs Distance: Minutes Features: 17± Acre Lake 14± Acre Lake 4 Additional Ponds Water Well Great Road System Many Food Plot Areas Many Fenced Pastures Piped Underground Water Lines Native Whitetail, Turkey, Dove and Quail Paved Access
Contact for Price  •  629 acres
Land: The Dimmit County Ranch is comprised of 629 mostly high-fenced acres being part of the Legendary La Bandera Ranch. Located approximately 8 miles S.W. of Carrizo Springs, Texas in the heart of the Golden Triangle. Boasting gently rolling terrain, good native brush diversity, and a history of extensive land management, this ranch offers a well-balanced variety of habitat for the wildlife. Water: Dimmit County Ranch is very well watered with 1 irrigation well feeding a 23 acre high-fenced Pivot. (approximately 800-1000 gpm). Under ground water lines and a surface Tank. Wildlife: Dimmit County Ranch, being one of La Bandera’s premier hunting pastures, offers an abundance of hunting opportunities for White-tailed Deer, dove, quail, and Rio Grande Turkey. Enrolled as a TPWD, MLDP Level 3 permitted ranch for many years, the ranch abounds with superior White-tailed Deer. The ranch is being offered as a whole or in parcel. Surface sell only.
Contact for Price  •  600 acres
Land: The Carrizo Springs Ranch is comprised of 600 acres being part of the Legendary La Bandera Ranch. Located approximately 8 miles S.W. of Carrizo Springs, Texas in the heart of the Golden Triangle. Boasting gently rolling terrain, good native brush diversity, and a history of extensive land management, this ranch offers a well-balanced variety of habitat for the wildlife. Improvements: Consist of 2 BR/1BR house and a large metal barn with sliding doors and a 14,000 lb. overhead feed storage. Water: 1 Domestic water with a generous surface tank. Wildlife: Carrizo Springs Ranch, being one of La Bandera’s premier hunting pastures, offers an abundance of hunting opportunities for White-tailed Deer, dove, quail, and Rio Grande Turkey. Enrolled as a TPWD, MLDP Level 3 permitted ranch for many years, the ranch abounds with superior White-tailed Deer. The ranch is being offered as a whole or in parcel. Surface sell only.
$2,900,000  •  395 acres
Located on spectacular Specie Mesa just 45 minutes from Telluride, this 395 acre alpine paradise features one mile of common border with the Uncompahgre National Forest and adjacent Lizard Head Wilderness. Spectacular views of 13,000 and 14,000 foot peaks, lush meadows, wildflowers, numerous springs and ponds among pine and aspen forests attract numerous species of wildlife including large herds of elk and deer. Improvements include the original homestead cabin, large rustic barn, corral, one bedroom cabin and storage sheds. The ranch offers seclusion with all the amenities of Telluride including world class skiing, golf, fishing, innovative dining and the arts. Location: Nix Ranch is located approximately 28 miles from Telluride, Colorado on Specie Creek Road 9 miles from State Highway 62. Ridgeway is 27 miles northeast. Specie Road is a county maintained road. In the winter months the road is maintained within two miles of the ranch entrance. Private and commercial air service is available from Telluride and dependable year round service is available at the Montrose Regional Airport, which offers a 10,000 foot commercial and private jet runway within an hour of the ranch. Grand Junction, the largest city on the western slope is 50 miles northwest of Montrose. Area: Specie Mesa offers seclusion with huge panoramic views of 13,000 and 14,000 foot peaks, adjoining the Uncompahgre National Forest. Specie Mesa has predominantly retained an agricultural feel with the surrounding properties a mixture of both larger ranches and smaller recreational properties. In the world famous mountain town of Telluride you'll find the magnificent and breathtaking San Juan Mountains offering exhilarating natural beauty, an abundance of winter and summer activities and festivals, and charming downtown dining and boutiques. Telluride’s Mountain Village features world class skiing, a championship 18 hole golf course, luxury accommodations, the highly acclaimed Golden Door Spa, and innovative mountain cuisine. Climate: In the winter season an average of over 350 inches of annual snowfall blanket the slopes. Blue skies and sunny winter temperatures are typical with over 300 sunny days annually. The climate is surprisingly mild in southern Colorado, with average daytime temperatures in the 20’s and 30’s (degrees F) during the ski season. The mid-day temperatures during the summer season are typically in the 70’s. Acreage: The Nix Ranch is approximately 395 acres of alpine high country ranging in elevation from 9,000 to 9,800 feet. The ranch is a mix of aspen, spruce and fir trees with lush meadows teaming with wildflowers. The northern border is County Road M44. The improvements are situated in the middle of the ranch at the edge of an aspen grove and nearby spring fed pond. Rising in elevation to the southern border is one mile of boundary with the Uncompahgre National Forest. Water: Nix Ranch has approximately 16 adjudicated springs and 13 water storage rights and an approval for a plan of augmentation. Not all of the ponds have been completed and the expansion of some of the ponds is approved but not completed. Additionally, there is 1.5 cfs of irrigation water from Flying H ditch for irrigation of approximately 100 acres. A copy of the adjudicated water rights is on file and is available to interested parties. Improvements: The improvements are beautifully placed in the middle of the ranch near an aspen grove and a spring fed pond. The ranch house is a two bedroom homestead cabin. There is power to the cabin and the water is from a cistern fed by a nearby spring. The cabin has modern plumbing and an oversized septic suitable for building a larger home. There is a wonderful historic log barn and adjacent corral, small one room cabin and storage shed near the main cabin which has served as headquarters for a cattle operation and is now used as a summer retreat and hunting camp. Operational Considerations: Currently, the Nix Ranch is utilized as a small cattle operation and hunting property. The ranch will carry approximately 80 to 100 AU’s through the summer grazing season. The grazing is leased out to a neighboring rancher. The ranch could be optimized as a beautiful horse ranch. Currently there is a beautiful rustic barn and corrals on the property. Hunting has traditionally been reserved for family and friends, however the commercial hunting potential is an option. Recreation: Wildlife populations abound on and around the Nix Ranch including a large resident elk herd. The ranch offers excellent hunting or viewing for elk, mule deer, black bear, mountain lions, grouse, and turkey to name a few. The pine and aspen forests provide excellent shelter and habitat for the prolific wildlife. There is an opportunity to expand the personal or commercial hunting potential. With 13,000 and 14,000 foot peaks surrounding you, there are spectacular views wherever you go. The fall and summer seasons offer great hiking, camping, and horse back riding. Brokers Comment: The Nix Ranch has the charm of a gentleman’s ranch offering location, views, hunting, recreation, National Forest access, and usable improvements. The scenic alpine ranch offers privacy and convenience located just 45 minutes from all the amenities associated with the world class resort of Telluride.
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Contact for Price  •  370 acres
The Full Draw Ranch is any hunters dream, but has been set up specifically for the bow hunter. Located just a short drive West down Hwy. 85 from Dilley in Dimmit County. 370 high-fenced acres of thick South Texas brush located in the golden triangle, this ranch offers superior deer and quail hunting with first class accommodations. Every amenity and tool you may need is already in place and is included with this turn-key ranch sale. IMPROVEMENTS: A main lodge which consists of approx. 6,000 sq. ft.. When you walk in the door you are surrounded by Felicia Cammack painted murals on the walls and scenes from all around the globe. You can then step into your own professional style bow shop and get outfitted with whatever you may need for your hunt or pick a gun out of the 1’ thick cement wall gun room. Full kitchen and bar flanked with a pool table, and entertainment area. Another activity to enjoy while not out hunting is the high/low house & wobble trap with lights for evening entertaining. On each side of the lodge there are casitas with a total of 7 private fully furnished bedrooms to accommodate guest. There is also a ranch manager’s house about ½ mile down the road with 3br’s, & 2 baths. Two barns consisting of over 5,000 sq. ft. of storage for equipment, vehicles, etc. WATER: The water for the ranch is provided by a Carrizo Water Well being approx. 1,950’ deep with 6 5/8” casing and a 30HP pump with three phase electricity. There is a 2,200 gallon storage tank at the house inside a spray foamed room to stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter. WILDLIFE: This ranch has been managed for years, which is evident by the deer herd and abundant quail population. It is not uncommon to sit at a blind and see in excess of 20 deer with bucks averaging 170” to over 200”. There are 7 hunting stations with MB Ranch King Blinds and feeders with 4 of which have their own lined pond for watering. The feeders work off of a timer with remote controls. There are also 8 protein feeders with 4 being 1 ton and 4 being approx. 750 lbs. There are two 1.5 acre deer pens that soft release into the 10 acre high-fenced food plot. This ranch is not under any MLD designation, but is under a wildlife exemption. The only exotics on the ranch are 5 zebras and there are no hogs or cattle. MINERALS: The seller does not own any minerals to convey, but does have surface control and water rights. There has not been any oilfield activity allowed on this property. TURNKEY: This property is being offered turnkey which includes, but is not limited to a walk-in-cooler, John Deere tractor, camo smart car, camo Jeep Liberty, welding machine on trailer, Toyota Land Cruiser top drive, 15’ batwing shredder, 2 seeders, fuel tanks, fertilizer sprayer, disc, 8-four wheelers, road grader, numerous tools, lawnmower, furniture, appliances, etc. ADDITIONAL LAND: The adjoining Ranch on the North and West side of the Full Draw is also for sale and consist of 8,197 total acres or they will consider selling just the south half which is 2,940 acres.
$25,750,000  •  335 acres
This one-of-a-kind Gentlemen’s Ranch cannot be replicated, this is the first time offering more than twice the acreage previously listed at a reduced price. Sitting in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, this ranch boasts the best of all worlds featuring unmatched views of Denver and the Front Range to the east and exquisite snow-capped Rocky Mountains to the west. The main improvements are impeccable and feature a 17,000± square foot mansion that resonates with luxury living throughout. The beautiful log horse barn and secluded property create a recreational oasis for the owners and their guests. The equestrian improvements provide everything that the discerning horse enthusiast would want. Stands of dark timber and meadows cover the acreage. Wildlife, including elk, deer, and wild turkeys, call the ranch home. Located just off Interstate 70, the ranch is easily accessible and conveniently located 20 minutes from downtown Denver and all that it has to offer. Easy access to I-70 provides the gateway to the Rocky Mountains and endless recreational activities. The Bear Mountain Ranch would be a tremendous private holding or a corporate retreat that is close to all that Colorado has to offer. Choose your adventure, Bear Mountain Ranch offers it all.
$2,495,000  •  260 acres
PROPERTY SPECS Total Acres: 2,60± Water: 14± Acre Lake, 4 Wells, Pond, Springs County: Guadalupe Nearest City: Seguin Distance: Minutes Features: 14± Acre Stocked Lake 3BR/3BA/Office House Income Producing Pecan Trees Cattle Pens 7 Pastures Historic Cabin Lots of Arrowheads!
$2,475,000  •  239 acres
Welcome to ElkCreek Ranch. This expansive 239 Acre property is nestled at the base of the Rocky Mountains in scenic Golden, Colorado. This incredible ranch boasts exceptional water rights, breathtaking views and quality improvements, with great privacy and access. It's not often that ranches of this size and in this location become available, and Elk Creek Ranch is truly a one-of-a-kind offering. LOCATION: Located only twelve miles from Golden, Colorado, and less than 45 minutes from Downtown Denver and Denver International Airport, ElkCreek Ranch is the embodiment of quiet mountain living with the convenience of nearby amenities. Golden, Colorado offers an array of attractions and outdoor activities; including world-class fishing, great hiking, white water kayaking, fine dining, local shopping, historical sites and much more! The ranch closely borders national forest and is just around the corner from Golden Gate State Park. The property is also easily accessible year-round through excellent paved access from Golden Gate Canyon Road. LAND: Perhaps one of the greatest features of ElkCreek Ranch is its unparalleled views and diverse landscape. A unique combination of lush mountain meadows, rolling hills, dense pine and aspen trees and seasonal springs make up the distinct landscape of this property. Owned by the same family for over 40 years, the land has been well-maintained with excellent grazing and hay production in place. The Elk Creeks flows across the Northeast corner of the property, offering great year-round water; while good perimeter fencing and various enclosed pastures make the ranch well-suited for a large number of livestock and horses. There are also numerous income-opportunities for a farm and/or grazing lease on the ranch, in addition to development or conservation easement potential.WATER RIGHTS: Another great benefit of ElkCreek Ranch is its water rights. Water rights transferring with the sale of the ranch include: 3 wells and shares of the Green Water System which contain 2 active Springs on the property. HOMES & OUTBUILDINGS: There are two historic homes built on the ranch. The main home is a beautiful 1,609 SF. ranch style house featuring 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, with a large living room area, great natural lighting, a small kitchen, pellet stove and gorgeous hardwood floors. The second residence, just adjacent to the main home, is a unique 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom house that was originally constructed in the early 1900s, and has been updated and improved throughout the years. This incredible 1, 519 SF. home boasts a large stone chimney fireplace with a grand wrought iron chandelier hanging above. The home also features a nice covered patio area, large kitchen and spacious loft overlooking the living room. Both of the homes on the property offer a rare and distinctive charm, with great structural integrity and unlimited potential. There are also two pole barns on the property, a 968 SF. detached garage, a small shed and a large 1,664 SF. barn with a hay loft. RECREATION: Along with its diverse landscape, excellent water rights and historical buildings, ElkCreek Ranch also features incredible recreation. Mule deer, black bears and mountain lions are a common sight on the ranch. There is also a migratory herd of Elk which inhabit the property each year. World class fishing is only minutes away along the Clear Creek river, along with several other endless outdoor activities. With over 239 acres of prime ranch land located in scenic and pristine Golden, Colorado, ElkCreek Ranch truly is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. As the Front Range and population of Colorado continues to expand, large acreage holdings like ElkCreek Ranch are increasingly rare to find. Don't miss your opportunity to own this beautiful and exclusive Colorado legacy ranch!
$2,910,000  •  186.15 acres
Rare find! Waterfront farm and hunting paradise at the confluence of the Snake and Owyhee Rivers near Fort Boise WMA. This 186.15-acre property has a 900 sq ft, 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom remodeled farmhouse that would be an ideal full-time residence or would serve as the perfect hunting retreat. Beside the house, there is a large shop with a roll-up door and concrete floors ideal for storing a boat, ATVs, or farm equipment.The 132 acres of cropland is rented to a tenant farmer through December 2022 and historically has been planted in wheat, onions, and corn. The land includes priority 1967, 1966, and 1955 irrigation water rights from the Snake River. The topography of the land is level with the open farm ground in the middle enclosed by wooded groves along the edges. The outdoorsman will appreciate fishing on the banks from either river. The property has over a mile of frontage along the Owyhee River and approximately 3/8 miles of river frontage along the Snake River. The 4 flood ponds are perfect for hunting duck or upland birds and the property is in a major spring geese flyway. In addition to waterfowl hunting, one can enjoy hunting wild turkeys, quail, pheasants, and deer. Two landowner deer tags are available to the landowner each year. Land Features:1955 Priority Water Rights1966 Priority Water Rights1967 Priority Water Rights5 Power Meters (1 Domestic, 4 for Irrigation Pumps)Across the River from Fort Boise WMABorders Oregon Department of Fish & Game LandIrrigated Crop LandOwyhee River Frontage (Over 1 mile)4 Flood PondsShopSnake River Frontage (Approx. 3/8 mile)WetlandsWooded Wildlife/Hunting:Brown TroutDeer (2 Landowner Tags Per Year)DuckGeeseLargemouth BassPheasantsQuailRainbow TroutSmallmouth BassUpland Game BirdsWaterfowlWild TurkeyHome Features:2 Bedrooms1 BathroomDog RunFamily RoomIndividual WellRemodeledSeptic SystemWood StoveAbout the Area:This property lies between the cities of Adrian, Oregon, and Nyssa, Oregon. Adrian, Oregon is less than 5 miles south and Nyssa is approximately 19 miles to the northeast. Nyssa is an agricultural community is located along the Snake River within an hour of the Boise metro area. This quaint town is usually very peaceful but every year its residents get together to celebrate the annual Thunderegg Days and Festival. In the other direction is the state park. Lake Owyhee State Park sits along the shores of the Owyhee Reservoir and is known for its abundant wildlife. Visitors primarily enjoy camping or boating; however, some people are known to explore and hike the surrounding badlands of Oregon. Across the river is the Fort Boise Wildlife Management Area (WMA). The primary purpose of this WMA is to provide protective nesting habitats for waterfowl and upland birds. However, portions of the WMA are open to the public for hunting, fishing, hiking, and bird watching. Nearby at the Lake Owyhee State Park, located approximately 25 miles away, you can enjoy a relaxing day of boating, jet skiing, wildlife viewing, shing, and exploring. Owyhee Reservoir is a 52-mile-long lake within a deep canyon consisting of beautiful volcanic rock formations. Some of this unique desert canyon and unique geology is only visible by boat, making for exciting exploration for boaters. Fishing for largemouth bass, black crappie, and catsh is plentiful. The reservoir is also occasionally stocked with rainbow trout. Wildlife viewers can watch for golden eagles, coyotes, ground squirrels, rabbits, pronghorn antelope, mule deer, wild horses, California bighorn sheep and mountain lions.Major shopping and entertainment are available within 30 minutes at Ontario, Oregon and a major airport is within an hour at Boise, Idaho.
$560,000  •  160 acres
Featuring lush green meadows surrounded by rolling hills, tremendous rock outcroppings and expansive forests, the Weiler Ranch at Greyrock Meadow is truly a one-of-a-kind offering. Located approximately 20 minutes from Fort Collins, Colorado, the Weiler Ranch boasts scenic seclusion with unparalleled outdoor recreation, all within minutes of nearby amenities.This undisturbed 160 acre parcel is bordered on all sides by National Forest. Greyrock Trail #946 and Greyrock Meadows Trail #947 run cloesby the property, providing easy access to some of the best hiking, biking and running trails along the Front Range. The Hewlett Gulch Trail #954 also runs below the property just to the West. To the Northeast of the property is Eagle's Nest Open Space - a 755 acre area complete with a variety of outdoor activities such as fly fishing, wildlife viewing, hiking, horseback riding and much more! The local landmark, Eagle's Nest Rock, has been home to nesting golden eagles for over one-hundred years!Another great attribute of this increidble property is its exceptional recreation! Mountain foothills and meadow land, coupled with dense ponderosa pine, provide diverse habitat for mule deer, elk, mountain lions, black bears and a variety of other small game animals. The ranch itself boasts some of the best trophy mule deer hunting around! The property comes with one landowner preference program voucher for mule deer, and easy over-the-counter tags for elk. With excellent recreation, great privacy, endless outdoor activities and scenic mountain views all within a great location, the Weiler Ranch at Greyrock Meadow truly is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Build a helipad for private unique access to this off the grid property.This Greyrock Meadow property can be purchased with the Weiler Ranch 160 acre property, as well as the Eagle's Nest Ranch 50.5 acre property.Contact Patrick Frantz or Seth Hayden for more information. *Drone footage coming soon.