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$100,000,000  •  56,050 acres
Located in northwest Colorado, the 56,050 +/- deeded acre Cross Mountain Ranch represents one of the largest and most diverse recreational and operating ranches on the market today. A wildlife preserve stretching over four counties and 168,000+/- acres of leased National Forest, BLM, State and Park Service lands, the ranch is home to North Americas largest elk herd. It is an ecologically diverse landscape with several miles of river frontage on the Yampa, Little Snake and Williams Fork Rivers and numerous other streams, lakes and ponds. With valuable and historic water rights and within forty-five minutes from the resort town of Steamboat Springs and twenty minutes from a commercial airport, Cross Mountain Ranch is an incredible legacy ranch and investment opportunity. Contact Ken Mirr.
$8,879,150  •  8,557 acres
SUMMARY: One of the most historic ranches in South Dakota is on the market. The Lazy VC Kelly Ranch was established in 1894 and has never been offered for sale since it was homesteaded 124 years ago.  The 8557.17 acre ranch contains 7,721.17 deeded acres, a 676 acre BLM lease and a 160 private lease all in a contiguous unit.  It is time tested cattle and sheep country located in Perkins County, South Dakota between Bison and Faith. The owner rates the ranch at 550 Animal Units. The excellent wildlife habitat is home to deer, antelope, turkey and a wide variety of birds including sharp tail grouse, sage grouse and pheasants. Above average fossil hunting opportunities exist. Outstanding water distribution is provided by the Moreau River, Brushy Creek, Rabbit Creek, miles of water lines with 17 tire tanks, developed springs, rural water with 6 outlets, 17 dams, 11 wells as well as three flowing wells. There is 684 acres of tillable ground with a spreader irrigation system on 185 acres of hay meadows. The miles of fence divide the ranch into 20 pastures and lots. The fencing on this ranch is well above average and is either sheep wire or 5 or 6 wires. An existing conservation plan is in place with significant program payments and is available through 2021 at the new owner’s option. You will love the scenic landscapes and rich history of the Lazy VC Kelly Ranch. This easily managed ranch is a rare opportunity to purchase a contiguous year-round ranch.  Location:  The Lazy VC Kelly Ranch is located 27 miles Northwest of Faith, South Dakota or 27 miles South of Bison, South Dakota along Usta Road.  Acreage:  The 8557.17 acre ranch contains 7,721.17 deeded acres, a 676 acre BLM lease and a 160 private lease all in one contiguous unit. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) leased land associated with the ranch is 676 acres with an allocation of 167 AUMs. This is a custodial lease with grazing allowed throughout the year. BLM leases are renewable every ten years. The grazing fee for 2018 was $1.87 per AUM for a total of $312.29. The BLM office is in Belle Fourche. The BLM lease will be transferred to the new owner at closing.  Improvements: The improvements include: 100’ x 200’ steel insulated barn built 2008 with 20-foot side walls, exhaust fans, indoor and outdoor water, phone and internet as well as a battery of lights strong enough to bring mares into heat cycle. There is a backup generator system for this barn. L shaped functional barn with stalls, cement breeding area, hot and cold water and tack room. 3 other functional barns. Shop with cement floor Improved three-bedroom, 2 bath older home with decking to office area (cement poured for large addition and three stall garage-this would connect the office and home together). Three bedroom trailer house with entry porch. Three bed room bunk house Two story office with a bar and meat cutting room in the lower level. 4 open faced shelters 330’ x 24’; 96’ x 24’; 2 at least 180 x 24. Well maintained corrals loading facilities. Notes: 11 electrical meters with Grand Electric Coop; 2 new Ominie 3 Richie waters and 13 older Richie waters in corrals, 2 older water tanks; 3 water wells tied together and several pressure tanks service the outbuildings and corrals. The house, office, bunkhouse and freezer building were repainted in 2016 and the house was reroofed 2016. There is 6 miles of electric fence that can be used for cross fence in the three largest pastures. At present the wire is mostly removed due to deer problems. One of the rooms in a barn is insulated with cameras for birthing.  Locale:  Perkins County is a tight-knit rural community of 3,037 people in 2,890 square miles.  Perkins County stretches approximately 63 miles North to South and 46 miles East to West and is in Northwestern South Dakota.    Agricultural activities are the largest land uses throughout the county, accounting for 79% of the total land area.  Two incorporated municipalities, Bison and Lemmon, along with several unincorporated communities are in Perkins County.  The centrally located town of Bison is the County Seat.  The county was organized in 1909 from portions of Butte and Harding Counties.  The county was populated in what is known as the second Dakota boom, spurred by the westward expansion of the railroad.  The expansion of the railroad, along with the promise of land to homestead, lured settlers to the county.  Climate:  Average annual precipitation (1981–2010) was 17.65 inches, with most of that falling between March and September. The snowfall averages 45 inches annually, little of which remains on the ground for more than a few days.  Winter days are generally sunny with the coldest month being January with an average high temperature of 28 degrees.  Summers consist of warm days and cool evenings.  Average high temperature in July is 87 degrees and the average low is 60. Growing season is approximately 153 days. Elevation at the ranch ranges from 725 feet to 2500 feet. Wildlife:  The excellent habitat provided by the Moreau River, Brushy Creek and Rabbit Creek supports an excellent population deer, antelope, turkey and a wide variety of birds including sharp tail grouse, sage grouse and pheasants.  Water:  The ranch has excellent water distribution.  The Moreau River forms the southern boundary with Brushy Creek and Rabbit Creek on the northern end. There are miles of water line, 17 dams and ponds, developed springs, rural water with 6 outlets and attachments, 17 tire tanks, 11 wells as well as three flowing wells. There is a spreader irrigation system on 185 acres of hay meadows. The Moreau River and Rabbit Creek run all year around.  Mineral Rights: Any mineral rights appurtenant to the property owned by the sellers will transfer with the real estate. The owner believes that 100% of the mineral rights are intact, however the seller makes no warranties as to ownership of mineral rights.  Taxes:  The 2017 real estate taxes payable in 2018 are $15,593.70 annually.  Fences & Boundaries:  The perimeter of the property is completely fenced. The seller is making known to all potential purchasers that there may be variations between the deeded property lines and the location of the existing fence boundary lines on the subject property.  Seller makes no warranties about location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations about specific acreage within the fenced property lines.  Seller is selling the property in an “as is” condition which includes the location of the fences as they exist. Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate based on the legal description and may not indicate a survey.  Maps are not to scale and are for visual aid only.  Their accuracy is not guaranteed.  Terms:  The current asking price is Eight Million, Eight Hundred Seventy-Nine Thousand, One Hundred Fifty Dollars ($8,879,150) or $1150 per acre. The seller may reserve the right to effectuate a 1031 IRC Tax Deferred Exchange. All information has been obtained from sources deemed reliable by Hayden Outdoors Real Estate; however, the accuracy of this information is not guaranteed or warranted by either Hayden Outdoors Real Estate, or the Sellers, and prospective buyers are charged with making and are expected to conduct their own independent investigation of the information contained herein. This offering is subject to prior sale, price change, correction or withdrawal without notice.  
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$14,495,000  •  6,713 acres
BIGHORN MOUNTAIN RANCH The Bighorn Mountain Ranch is an excellent piece of high country heaven with excellent views, wildlife and privacy.  This 6,713 +/- acre mountain ranch consists of excellent cabins and lodges, rolling grass-covered hills and meadows that are cut by deep tree-covered canyons and game filled bluffs.  The vast ranch is completely surrounded by BLM and National Forest lands of Bighorn Mountain Range, which typically gives public access into sensitive areas of ranches.  However, this is not the case on this offering.  In fact, the deeded land protects and controls most access to all of approximately 30,000 acres.  With control of so many acres, this ranch definitely lives BIG!  Started by the Flitner family in 1906 on a homestead known as Cow Camp, the Bighorn Mountain Ranch has grown over the last 100 years, adding surrounding acreage and encompassing over 20 square miles. Decades full of cattle drives, wildlife management efforts, new construction, recreational memories and hundreds of untold stories lie within the boundaries of this ranch. Now, for the first time, this legacy property is on the market. This ranch location, just 80 miles from Sheridan and 80 miles from Cody, gives the property access to the outside world.  Locally, the town of Greybull offers all services and a good 7,000 foot runway at the local airport.  For the air enthusiast and possibly the pilot, the current owner has installed two heated helicopter pads for year around access at the ranch, which is just a short 10-minute flight via helicopter from Greybull.  Shell, Wyoming is just below the ranch, and it offers some services and basic provisions as well. Known for the abundance of fossil shells located in the area, nearby exposed formations such as the Cloverly Formation and the Morrison Formation have yielded numerous fossils of dinosaurs and other animals. LAND AND CATTLE The terrain is what makes Bighorn Mountain Ranch so special.  Rolling hillsides covered with excellent grass for both stock and wildlife make the bedding areas in the canyons and the trees even better.  The owners are some of the best land stewards, and their efforts and management of this land has established grazing capacity for livestock and elk to an all time high.  It is estimated that around 3,500 elk travel this region, and between 1,500 and 2,000 elk use the ranch and its adjoining public land frequently.  The current owners graze cattle in the summer months on the neighboring public land leases.  Bighorn Mountain Ranch is offered with BLM leases and a current cattle lease in place with a local rancher.  The land and wildlife management from the current owners include, but are not limited to the following: light intensity grazing, moving cattle out of elk areas prior to season, development of a world class water system with pipes and tanks, and the building and upkeep of excellent improvements. WATER AND FISHING White Creek runs through the ranch, offering excellent small trout fishing with beautiful Brook Trout. Shell Creek on the northern border of the ranch is accessed at the ranch entry and offers trophy trout fishing on public land.  This area of Wyoming is home to some of the best brown and rainbow trout fishing anywhere. The property’s water system that Mr. David Flitner developed and engineered on the ranch is unlike any I have seen.  Starting from an adjudicated spring, with over 20 miles of buried pipe and numerous ponds, the ranch’s water system has a great amount of infrastructure and allows for delivery of water to pastures and areas on the ranch as needed.  It also provides for several tanks and good wildlife water and has greatly increased the overall capacity on the property for both wildlife and cattle.  You will have to see it to believe it, it is truly an excellent and critical resource.  HUNTING AND WILDLIFE Among other species, elk hunting is incredible on this variable terrain property. The current owners lease the hunting to a professional outfitter and the emphasis on this hunting is for management and quality.  They pay a great amount of respect to how it is hunted to ensure the animals “feel safe”.  Our team witnessed this while on the ranch the past couple of visits.  We were able to see and enjoy one bachelor group of bulls in full velvet of approximately 50 bulls.  The hunting method and the terrain suits many hunting abilities as they set up and wait for the animals to come out in the morning and evening from the dense bedding cover of the tree filled canyons.  The ranch is located in Wyoming Game Hunting Unit 41 and tags for all species can be applied for during specific seasons.  The ranch is also home to good Mule Deer, Sage Grouse, Blue Grouse and some Huns. The lower country in the Shell Valley is also home to many different species of wildlife giving diversity seldom seen anywhere.  Pheasants, Chukar, Huns, Turkey, White-tailed deer and antelope to name just a few… CABINS AND IMPROVEMENTS The Lodge at Bald Ridge is described as “that perfect spot” by landowner Mrs. Paula Flitner.  The very well constructed log home overlooks a nice pond and over 100 miles of endless views and the deep canyon carrying White Creek.  The improvements at Bald Ridge consist of a 5-bedroom, 4-bath log home with commercial kitchen, dining room, relaxing living area, wrap-around deck, large wood burning fireplace and beautiful setting.  Next door to the lodge is a the cookhouse cabin which has an excellent commercial kitchen and a beautiful deck with views, plus sleeping quarters for two.  There is also an outdoor cooking area with a great firepit and grills.  The property also has three cabins that sleep 4-6 with full baths and good privacy and views.  The lodge at Bald Ridge and these other improvements are affectionately called the “Upper Hideout”.  The Snowshoe Lodge and Cabins is another complete set of great improvements on the ranch with a main lodge and three smaller cabins.  The main lodge is a three-bedroom structure with three baths and offers all the amenities of home.  A very well appointed home with a custom kitchen and excellent appliances and great room with dining area lead out onto a view of the forest and a beautiful valley.  The three-story log structure includes wet bar in the basement and excellent bedrooms and baths.  Adjoining the lodge on the lower level is a walk-in sauna for guests to enjoy year around.  The three other small log cabins sleep 2-4 and are very well equipped with baths and small kitchen areas.  The Snowshoe Lodge and cabin area also has an excellent garage for auto and ATV storage, along with a walk-in cooler for big game care after harvesting an animal.  This set of facilities is “just right” in the wild of Wyoming.  Power and luxury with peace and solitude!  And last but not least for improvements is the “Cow Camp” cabin, a quintessential Wyoming homestead that is dripping with the history of this great family. David Flitner tells stories of his grandfather and father and hired hands utilizing this early 1900’s restored cabin. David shared some of his first memories of childhood from Cow Camp, leaving me jealous and ripe with envy.  Situated on a south-facing slope, the cabin includes a piped-in spring fed water source, a fenced corral and pens used for horses and cattle.  The cabin has power ran to it and has been restored for all weather use. (They are even building a new outhouse!) It is just something you have to see to believe! Writing about this property is difficult because of the depth and history involved in this family and this area.  We are looking for someone who is passionate about the land and the wildlife that wants to begin this ranches next “generation” of stewards.  I am proud to represent such a fine ranch and a fine family and hope that the next owners will love it for another 100 years.  Give me a call for a private showing of this excellent opportunity. There is also an additional 440 acres available within 2.5 miles Southwest of the ranch called Grisham Ranch. Contact Dax Hayden for more information.  
$4,200,000  •  5,675 acres
Snake River Land & Cattle RanchBeautiful and productive, Snake River Land & Cattle is an operating cattle and hunting ranch operating on 38,899+/- total acres including 5,675+/- deeded acres, and 33,224+/- acres of adjacent BLM grazing permits. The property possesses numerous water resources and is comprised of grasslands, foothills, and mountainous terrain on and surrounding Douglas Mountain. Functional improvements include an older ranch house, cabins, shop, and barn. The property sits within Game Management Unit (GMU) 2 – one of Colorado’s preeminent trophy elk, mule deer, and pronghorn hunting units. Snake River Land & Cattle participates in Colorado’s Landowner Preference Program and has a history of producing bull elk scoring in excess of 350” B&C, as well as trophy mule deer and pronghorn. Located just west of the community of Maybell and north of Dinosaur National Monument in northwestern Colorado. The Facts:5,675+/- deeded acres33,224+/- acres of adjacent BLM land – Snake River Land & Cattle is the base property for the permit on this landAverage stocking rate of 140 pairs during the spring, summer and fall seasons with 743 AUMs attributed to BLM grazingExcellent hunting for trophy elk, mule deer, and pronghornEasily accessed via County Road 10Improvements include a home, cabins, shop and barn1 hour west of Craig, Colorado1 hour 20 minutes west of the Yampa Valley Regional Airport in Hayden, Colorado 1 hour 45 minutes from Steamboat Springs, ColoradoUnencumbered by conservation easement***FOR HIGH RESOLUTION PHOTO GALLERY, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND A VARIETY OF PROPERTY MAPS VISIT HALL AND HALL PROPERTY WEBSITE ***
$9,950,000  •  5,460 acres
A rare mountain ranch consisting of 5,460 +- deeded acres of mostly Aspen and Evergreens. Home to hundreds of Elk, excellent Mule Deer. Enrolled in Colorado’s Ranching for Wildlife program, the ranch receives 15 bull elk licenses and 7 deer licenses.
$5,950,000  •  3,642 acres
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The historic Cottonwood Canyon Ranch is one of the most magnificent Eastern Montana ranches to become available in decades.  The Ranch encompasses 3598 deeded acres and a 44-acre BLM lease. It is the astounding diversity of this private and pristine acreage that makes Cottonwood Canyon so spectacular and unique.  The Ranch rises from lush bottom ground along The Yellowstone River through riparian zones along Smith Creek and Elm Creek with the badlands forming the eastern backdrop. Arriving at the ranch and driving to the buildings after crossing over the badlands, the view to the west and north is of the 1036 acres of bottom land area along the Yellowstone River that borders the ranch for approximately 4 miles. Smith Creek runs through the middle of the ranch for over 4 miles and provides consistent stock water, irrigation water and excellent habitat. An oversized Valley center pivot irrigates 368 acres and another 99 acres is flood irrigated. There is an additional 204 acres of dryland crop scattered throughout the ranch utilized for food plots and livestock feed. The Eastern White Pine log home, built in 2002, has 3042 square feet with 6 bedrooms and 3 ½ baths. The log home, with its large wrap around deck, is sited along a bluff overlooking the bottomland and provides just the idyllic setting that one would expect on a classic Montana ranch. There are 2 rock fireplaces adding to the comfort and ambiance. The ranch also has a 90’X42’ shop with a concrete floor and several grain bins. Over the last 30 years, the current owners have enhanced the holding with careful stewardship of the land and native habitat.  The result is a legacy ranch of unsurpassed beauty and biodiversity that also presents an attractive land and recreational investment. The plethora of wildlife coupled with the diverse terrain and running waters makes for unmatched outdoor experiences, whether fishing, hunting, hiking or horseback riding. This offering is the perfect Montana ranch with a summer grazing and hay operation, Yellowstone River fishing, wildlife, and plenty of privacy and seclusion. LOCATION and ACCESS The Headquarters of Cottonwood Creek Ranch is located off County Road 350, 31 miles south of Sidney, Montana.   AIRPORTS There is a well-maintained paved public airstrip in Sidney, 31 miles from the Ranch.  Located at an elevation of 1985', the 100' x 5,700' asphalt runway is in good condition. There are five daily flights to Billings for connections with four major airlines. Approximate distances to area cities and towns from Cottonwood Canyon are as follows: Sidney, Mt           31 miles Billings, Mt          293 miles Williston, ND        90 miles Miles City, Mt      153 miles Rapid City, SD     289 miles Baker, Mt              90 miles GENERAL OPERATIONS The Cottonwood Canyon Ranch generates income as a cattle and cropping operation. The current owner leases the ranch to a neighboring respected rancher.  The tenant winter grazes the alfalfa fields, calves there in the spring and comes out around July 1st. The ranch is grazed in a rotational manner.  The irrigated lands are used to put up alfalfa hay in round bales and some small grains.   They typically get three cuttings of alfalfa hay on the pivot irrigated land and one cutting on the other hay land. WILDLIFE RESOURSES Cottonwood Canyon is rich in wildlife resources. It boasts a large populations of whitetail deer, mule deer, turkey and an occasional antelope.  Pheasant and grouse can be found in the bottoms and cropland, respectively, for those who enjoy upland bird hunting.  Goose and duck hunting are also available due to the proximity to the Yellowstone River which also provides excellent fishing. With the irrigated alfalfa and small grains, expansive bottoms, grass hillsides and wooded creek bottoms, the wildlife habitat is diverse with three key elements - food, water and cover. Carefully managed with selective cattle grazing practices, and given the varying terrain and habitat, the property provides excellent hunting opportunities. In the past 30 years, there have been approximately 150 Pope and Young or Boone and Crocket deer harvested on the ranch. Popular hunting shows broadcast on national television has filmed approximately 300 episodes on this ranch. LOCALE Sidney, Montana sits near the junction of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers in northeastern Montana. Lewis and Clark once camped in this area that was one of the leading fur trading regions of the country. Permanent settlers arrived with the Great Northern Railroad. In 1911 Sidney became an incorporated town and the Richland County Seat, so named for the promise of the U.S. Reclamation Service project and the booster rhetoric of the era.  In the early 1900s, high national farm prices encouraged the federal government to construct the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project. Richland County farmers were then able to irrigate their land and produce abundant beet, oats and grain crops. The initial success of the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation project, along with the homesteading boom of the early 1910s, led to the creation of Richland County. Sidney was the largest town on the Northern Pacific’s spur that ran up the Lower Yellowstone Valley. The historic grain elevators along the tracks testify to generations of agricultural products shipped from the town, although today the incessant freight traffic serving the oil fields of the nearby Williston Basin overwhelm the earlier agricultural focus.  The Yellowstone is the last free flowing river in the lower 48 states. From its headwaters in Lake Yellowstone downstream 670 miles to the Missouri River in North Dakota, the Yellowstone River flows as it has for centuries, in its natural state, undammed and untamed. Clear, cool swift and challenging it offers fishermen and river runners some of the best water Montana has to offer. To fishermen, its blue-ribbon waters are known world round for an abundance of big trout. As it flows through Montana the big river goes through many changes - from steep-walled canyons where boulders churn its green waters to the eastern part of the state where the river broadens to take a lazy path through fertile farm country. There are many opportunities for recreation along the Yellowstone River. Gravel along the river from Custer to Sidney often yields Montana agates. Fishing and floating are two other favorite activities on the Yellowstone. MINERAL RIGHTS The Sellers will convey with the property 100% of whatever mineral, oil, gas, geo-thermal, hydrocarbon and gravel rights they own, subject to reservations by previous owners.  The Sellers make no representation as to the quantity or quality of any mineral or other sub-surface rights appurtenant to the Cottonwood Canyon Ranch. REAL ESTATE TAXES The real estate taxes for 2018 for the Cottonwood Canyon Ranch were approximately $7,394.     WATER RIGHTS and WATER RIGHT CLAIMS The Cottonwood Canyon Ranch controls five recorded water rights for irrigation, domestic use and stock water.  A complete list of water rights and water right claims controlled by the Ranch is available upon request through our office. There are 2 rights from the Yellowstone River for irrigation, two rights for irrigation and stock water from Smith Creek a one right for a domestic well. The priority dates of water rights on the Ranch start as early as 1887.  SUMMARY STATEMENT The location, recreational amenities, and overall diversity makes the Cottonwood Canyon Ranch one of the most unique offerings in Easter Montana.  The remarkable condition of the crop land, wildlife habitat and range land are a product of 30 years of careful stewardship and direction under the current ownership.  The combination of a balanced summer ranching operation and fall wildlife hunting pursuits provide many opportunities to enjoy the amenities the ranch has to offer.   OFFERING PRICE and CONDITIONS OF SALE Cottonwood Canyon Ranch, as previously described herein, is offered at US $5,950,000.00 Cash or Terms acceptable solely at the discretion of the Sellers.  The conditions of sale are as follows: All offers to purchase, or letters of intent must be in writing and accompanied by a wire transfer of 5.0% of the purchase price to the escrow account at Richland County Title Company in Sidney, Montana; Earnest money deposits will be placed in escrow with Richland County Title Company; All Prospective Buyers must demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Sellers absolute financial capability to purchase the Ranch prior to scheduling an inspection of the Ranch; The Sellers will provide and pay for a standard owner’s title insurance policy.  Any endorsements requested by the Buyer or any lender will be at Buyer’s expense.  Title to the real property will be conveyed by a deed; All the water right claims controlled by the Ranch will be transferred to the Buyer at Closing, and all the mineral rights which the Sellers own will be conveyed to the Buyer at Closing; Buyers’ Brokers are welcomed and invited to contact Jeff Garrett for information regarding Cooperation Policies. This entire Offering is subject to errors, omissions, prior sale, change or withdrawal without notice and approval of purchase by the Sellers.  Information regarding land classifications, acreages, carrying capacities, crop yields, potential profits, etc., are intended only as general guidelines and have been obtained from sources deemed reliable; however, accuracy is not warranted or guaranteed by the Sellers or Hayden Outdoors.  Prospective Buyers should verify all information to their sole and complete satisfaction.
$16,500,000  •  3,475 acres
Combining over 1.5 miles of prime Yampa River with diverse mountainous land, this unique 3,745± deeded acre ranch stands out for its big river trout fishing and big game hunting. Located below the confluence of the Elk and Yampa Rivers near Steamboat Springs, the stretch of river on the property is wide and features an abundance of quality fishable water. Prolific aquatic bug and baitfish populations produce hefty browns, rainbows and the occasional northern pike. The fish on this ranch are wild, colorful and surprisingly large. Most big river trout properties are, by nature, situated in broad downstream valleys, and therefore lack the topographic variety and vegetation of ideal big game habitat. Ghost Ranch is rare in that it also encompasses mountainous land adjacent to the river, with 1,700± feet of elevation change spread over multiple drainages. Diverse vegetation consisting of riparian, grass, sage, mountain oaks, aspen groves and dark timber results in extraordinary habitat for resident and migratory populations of elk, mule deer and black bear. An autumn evening on the Ghost Ranch realistically includes landing a 6-pound kype-jawed brown trout then glassing a bugling 6 x 6 bull elk from the river bank. The ranch features paved road access with a private bridge over the river and a convenient location less than 20 minutes from downtown Steamboat Springs and 10 minutes from the regional airport in Hayden. Modest improvements consist of a caretaker’s house and large shop/hunting lodge. There are a number of excellent potential homesites overlooking the river valley and, without a conservation easement, no restrictions on future uses. The Facts: ~ 3,745± acre cast-and-blast property in a great location ~ Excellent brown, rainbow and pike fishing on the Yampa River ~ River bottom is complemented by north-facing hills with grass, brush, oaks, aspen and dark timber ~ Result is abundant wildlife habitat with great elk, deer and black bear hunting ~ Located between Steamboat and the regional airport, with easy access to either ~ Modest improvements, potential homesites and no conservation easement give flexibility to next owner ***FOR HIGH RESOLUTION PHOTO GALLERY, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND A VARIETY OF PROPERTY MAPS VISIT HALL AND HALL PROPERTY WEBSITE ***
$5,795,000  •  1,980 acres
Oklahoma Recreation and Commercial Hunting Ranch Acres: 1980 +/- Acres. Price: $5,795,000. Terms: Cash. Location: Southeast Oklahoma, located in Atoka County, just outside of Stringtown, OK tucked within the breathtaking Ouachita Mountains, 125 miles southeast of Oklahoma City, 125 miles north of Dallas. Comments: Located in scenic southeastern Oklahoma in Choctaw Indian Country and just a short 2-1/2 hour drive from Dallas/Fort Worth, the 2000 acre Pogue Ranch is the area’s premiere exotic game hunting ranch and corporate retreat location. This very scenic ranch has a good volume of marketable pine and hardwood timber, as well as beautiful deep creeks and breathtaking mountain views. It is bordered on 2 sides by government game preserves. All home furnishings are part of the sale. Only personal items are excluded. Exotic game (approximate value of $250,000) are included in sale. Ranch equipment such as: trucks, tractors, trailers, ATV’s etc. are not a part of the sale but may be purchased separately. Improvements: New log home built in 2016, 2262 sq. ft., 2 car garage and Porta Cache. Master suite downstairs with 1.5 baths and den. 2 bedrooms upstairs with 1 full bath and den. Modular Home. The Grand Lodge is 9,600 sq. ft., 9 bedrooms (which sleep 28), and 5 bathrooms. The Grand Lodge makes a perfect facility for corporate, church, family events, or wedding events. Room 1 has 2 single beds; Room 2 has 2 bunk beds; Room 3 has 2 bunk beds; Room 4 has 1 king bed; Room 5 has 1 king bed; Room 6 has 1 king bed; Room 7 has 1 bunk bed; Room 8 has 2 bunk beds; Room 9 has 2 bunk beds. There is a gourmet kitchen, large living room, laundry room, outdoor patio with fireplace. Hayden Cabin – Two bedrooms and one bathroom. Room 1 has 1 queen bed; Room 2 has 1 bunk bed. The Hayden Cabin is beautifully furnished and decorated. It offers a screened in porch and large deck. There is a fire pit and picnic table for your outdoor dining experience. The cabin is situated right next to beautiful Memorial Lake. Lincoln Cabin - Two bedrooms and one bathroom. Room 1 has 1 queen bed; Room 2 has 1 bunk bed. The Lincoln Cabin is located on beautiful Memorial Lake. The cabin is beautifully furnished and decorated. It offers a screened in porch and a large deck. There is a fire pit and picnic table for your outdoor dining experience. Mountain Cabin - One bedroom and one bathroom. Room 1 has 2 bunk beds. The cabin is beautifully decorated and furnished. Covered pavilion and fire pit. Jackson Cabin - Two bedrooms and one bathroom. Room 1 has 1 queen bed; Room 2 has 1 bunk bed. The Jackson Cabin is located on beautiful Memorial Lake. The cabin in beautifully furnished and offers multiple bedrooms, living area, kitchen and a large porch that overlooks the lake. Maverick Cabin – Three bedrooms and one bathroom. Room 1 has 1 king bed; Room 2 has 1 king bed; Room 3 has 4 Single beds. The Maverick Cabin is located on beautiful Memorial Lake. The cabin is beautifully furnished and offers multiple bedrooms, living area, kitchen, and a large porch that overlooks the lake. Metal Horse Barn. Storage building. Water: Ranch is well watered with numerous ponds and creeks. Memorial Lake is the crowning jewel of the ranch. It sits in the middle of the ranch with cabins nestled around it. There is 47” annual rainfall average. Terrain: 2,000 acres of scenic views, pine trees scattered across rocky terrain, flowing streams, bustling wildlife, and the tranquility of being off the grid. Rolling hills, mountains, pine and hardwood forests. The ranch sits adjacent to the McGee Creek Wildlife Management Area and McGee Creek State Park. Fences: 1,200 acres of the ranch are under high-fence and 800 acres are free range that join the McGee Creek Wildlife Management Area. Game: Trophy Whitetail deer, Red Stag, Fallow Deer, Axis Deer, Trophy Oryx, various species of Ram, Mouflon sheep, Water Buffalo, Aoudads and Zebra. When buying property, offered by Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales, the buyer’s agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation, if any, will be at sole discretion of Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales.
$4,874,999  •  1,480 acres
The Corona Ranch in Northwest Colorado is located just south of Hayden, Colorado on the South Fork of the Williams Fork River.  This 1480 acre ranch is 30 minutes to the town of Hayden and the Hayden/Steamboat International Airport.  It is just under an hour from Steamboat and Craig, Colorado on good roads.  This ranch has beautiful terrain with great long and short ranch views.  It is the perfect place to “get away”.  Good access to county roads and the nearby towns of Hayden, Steamboat and Craig offer all of the necessary amenities.  Steamboat Springs is a world class destination with excellent winter and summer activities. This property is very protected and kept private by steep terrain, Indian Run Wildlife Area and the River.  This 1480+- acre parcel offers excellent elk hunting and very good mule deer hunting.  The access adjoining Indian Run State Wildlife area allows for the ranch to hunt huge!  The public access to Indian Run is such that animals are pushed towards the Corona Ranch at the beginning of each season.  This area of Northwest Colorado is home to the White River Herd of elk, the largest population of elk in the world.  The ranch is located in game management unit 12 and offers over the counter elk tags for archery, and 2nd & 3rd rifle seasons. Hunting success for legal bull elk is virtually 100 percent depending on season and hunter ability.  The deer hunting on the ranch offers good opportunities for mule deer, however it is in a draw unit. The property is a mix of open bottoms with oak brush, pines and aspens.  It offers excellent bedding areas with good water and seclusion for the elk.  The ranch has a good population of black bears and also offers good predator hunting and some grouse.  The south fork of the Williams Fork River is a good small trout fishery and offers good action on cutthroat, brown, brook and rainbow trout.  There are great public fishing opportunities in the area on the National Forest and the Yampa River just 30 minutes north. The current owner has done a great job with improvements.  The ranch has a main home with three bedrooms and three baths and a very well-appointed commercial kitchen with many upgrades.  There are two very nice bunkhouses next to the main cabin and rustic cabin that has been completely restored.  This camp is excellent for hosting friends and family and offering outfitting potential on elk and deer hunts.  Corona Ranch is truly “just right” with great location, pristine beauty and excellent improvements.  This legacy property is a must see.  Please call Dax Hayden for a private showing 970-674-1990.
$6,950,000  •  1,388 acres
- 1,388 deeded ac. adjoining national forest - - 250 irrigated ac., 1.5 miles of creek, & 2 ponds - - Excellent elk & trophy mule deer hunting - - Ranch house, manager’s house, bunkhouse, barn, corrals, & outbuildings - - 40 minutes from Steamboat Springs & 1 hour from Vail - One of Colorado’s best-kept secrets is the Upper Yampa River valley southwest of Steamboat Springs. Here, classic Western vistas sweep over lush grasslands that rise to the snow-fringed Little Flat Tops, which nourish this valley with abundant water. In the heart of all this magnificent scenery lies the Broken Bone Ranch, 1388 acres strong, and which embodies the best of this secluded valley. At Broken Bone Ranch, big game hunting, trout fishing and agricultural production create a property laden with possibilities as broad as the skies of northwestern Colorado. Situated at about 8000 feet, Broken Bone Ranch is sheltered in the quiet valley of South Hunt Creek, about six miles west of the ranching community of Yampa, and only 40 minutes south of Steamboat Springs. Well-watered from over 17 CFS of water rights and 236 shares of Allen Basin Reservoir stock, Broken Bone Ranch is an emerald gem of rich irrigated grassland set beneath aspen- and sagebrush-dotted hillsides. With 250 irrigated acres, the ranch is a strong hay producer and cattle find excellent pasture on the rest of the ranch. Big game find much to their liking at Broken Bone Ranch as well. Trophy mule deer and a portion of the nation’s largest elk herd frequent the rich bottomlands of South Hunt Creek or range freely in the adjacent hills. Since the ranch adjoins both BLM and USFS land, the hunting opportunities here literally stretch for miles. Elk tags are available over the counter and the ranch qualifies for landowner mule deer tags. Broken Bone Ranch affords excellent potential as a fishing property. With six adjudicated springs, 1.5 miles of South Hunt Creek and four ponds, ample water is available for developing. South Hunt Creek is a small stream that could be enhanced with pools to hold larger trout, and one of the ponds already supports a trout population. A network of lunker-producing ponds can readily be envisioned at Broken Bone Ranch. With a long history as a well-kept ranch, the ranch’s present improvements include a fine owner’s home, a guest or manager’s house, a rustic cabin, barn, shop and corrals. The views from all areas of the ranch are priceless, especially when fall lights up the aspens at the foot of the Little Flat Tops. Recreational opportunities beyond the boundaries of Broken Bone Ranch are rich. Fishing is outstanding in numerous reservoirs on the Little Flat Tops, and the productive tailwater fishery of Stagecoach Reservoir is only minutes away. The adjacent Routt National Forest and nearby Flattops Wilderness Area offer hiking and horseback riding opportunities to last a lifetime. And not many ranches can boast not one, but two world-class ski resorts within an hour’s drive; Steamboat Springs is only 40 minutes to the north and Vail/Beaver Creek only 60 minutes to the south. Broken Bone Ranch is easily accessed by State Highway 131 and county roads year-round. In addition, the jet-capable airport at Hayden is only about an hour distant, connecting with Denver International Airport and the rest of the world. At Broken Bone Ranch, “getting away from it all” is readily accessible! Harrigan Land Company thinks that the Broken Bone Ranch is one of Colorado’s best all-around ranch prospects, with solid production, hunting, fishing and recreational potential. If you’ve missed a visit to this lovely part of state, we’d love to help you, too, experience the many charms of a secret place that others may have overlooked.
$7,800,000  •  1,342 acres
The Eastern Colorado Irrigated Farm includes 1342 +/- acres of highly productive irrigated farm ground located in Northeast corner of the state near the Nebraska state line.  This offering includes level cultivation with excellent soils, good equipment and good water. Currently, there is a good corn crop on it has  excellent alfalfa.  Production history on the farm is top outstanding and yields this season should be excellent with an abundance of good moisture received in the early growing season. Valley, Zimmatic and Reinke pivots are in excellent shape and are well maintained. The wells and pumps are also in top order and push plenty of good water to the crops. The dryland corners on this farm have excellent habitat for game both large and small. These corners have been enrolled in corners for wildlife program in the past.  This allows for less erosion on the farmed acres as they catch additional moisture and give some windbreak to growing crops.  Pheasant hunting on these corners rivals anywhere in the country.  Excellent habitat next to irrigation allows birds stack up and find safe haven from predators and weather.  This season should be excellent pheasant hunting with all of the good rains and good nesting cover.   Located in Phillips County just east of Holyoke, a town with a population of just under 4300, this area offers many amenities such as an 18-hole golf course, airport, parks, fishing ponds, hunting, and more. Imperial, Nebraska is a short drive away and is one of the best farming areas in the country. Being just two and a half hours from Denver and the front range of Colorado opens up endless possibilities for marketing and farm sales.  The area is active with excellent land stewardship, excellent yields and great access to markets.  There are several good feed yards in the area for delivery of products and easy driving distance to multiple grain holding facilities. There is also a new organic dairy being built about 20 miles to the Northeast.  The property location touching Highway 6 is also a positive as delivery of products is much easier.  For more information on this property, please contact Dax Hayden today!
$6,990,000  •  1,220 acres
Hayden Outdoors is proud to present Panther Creek Ranch, a 1,220 acre legacy ranch located just north of the town of Beulah, Colorado. Resting just 27 miles West of Pueblo and 140 miles from Denver, the property offers the rare combination of excellent access and absolute privacy. Panther Creek features an 8,820sf custom built, 5 bedroom, 5.5 bath home that is highlighted by an incredible outdoor kitchen and covered patio offering some of the best views in Colorado. Rest and relaxation abound due to its quiet location among the foothills. Amenities include an indoor swimming pool, outdoor recreational activities, separate "mother-in-law" apartment and a variety of wildlife among the hills and valleys. Off road adventures and mountain recreation are part of the Colorado outdoor lifestyle, and a 40'X80' brick outbuilding featuring oversize doors and a concrete floor can hold all your equipment and toys. Panther Creek Ranch is well located on paved roads with year-round access and also borders National Forests on the entire west side of the ranch! The custom-built mountain home has two 3,500sf garages and a 2,440 sf finished basement, but the features are what makes this mid-late century designed home so comfortable and excellent for entertaining. Full wet bar, custom walk in closets, incredible outdoor patio, multiple fireplaces, giant retracting walls, custom office, commercial outdoor kitchen, and more make this home an incredible living space! The exterior landscaping replicates the natural environment, bringing the wild closer to the residence. The property offers incredible views of a mix of mountains and valleys and excellent meadows to attract big game or run some cows on, in the summer months. Timbered Spruce and Ponderosa Pine ridges, unaffected by beetle-kill, surround the ranch below and climb westward, reaching Oak Ridge and Porter Canyon, where multiple springs begin.  Water is plentiful on Panther Creek Ranch. There are four creeks that run through the ranch, including Panther Creek and North Creek. Additionally, there are some junior water rights available depending on the amount of snowfall for the season. There are six ponds on the property to water cows and attract elk and deer and other wild game.  Hunting on the ranch offers multiple seasons and wildlife action. Big game hunting is exceptional, including the pursuit for rocky mountain elk, mule deer and the occasional black bear. Prime elk seasons include the archery and muzzleloading seasons in September, a highly sought after month for pursuing buggling bulls. Other seasons include the rifle seasons of October and November, when the herds of deer and elk move down as the snow begins to fall in the upper mountain range.  One of the unique qualities of this mountain ranch is the milder climate, resting at just 6,300 foot elevation. This property receives the snowfall and the mountain region views and feel, but the climate is not usually as harsh as many parts of Colorado. It is somewhat known as a "banana belt", giving you many more days of enjoyable temperatures than properties to the north and west. Panther Creek Ranch also has a perfectly healthy stand of Spruce and Ponderosa Pines that has not been hit by beetle like many other parts of Colorado. Call Seth Hayden today to set up a showing on this amazing property!
$3,400,000  •  716 acres
Arkansas River Irrigated Farm and Hunting is 716 acres and is an extremely productive piece of irrigated ground that offers world class waterfowl, deer and turkey hunting. The farm consists of 295 acres of irrigated ground, 135 acres is under pivot and 160 acres is flood irrigated. The property offers three functioning irrigation wells producing 2,300 gallons per minute combined and has permits for four more for a total of seven if needed. These wells are augmented in SWPDA's rule 14 plan with 600+ acre feet of water for 2018. The property comes with 716 acres of minerals as well.    The hunting along the property is phenomenal with 3/4s of a mile of Arkansas River frontage. The farm fields are a magnet for ducks, Canadian geese and snows. The property has an overflow pond that can be as large as ten acres that makes for excellent early teal and duck season habitat. The corn fields attract world class whitetail deer and the grass on the property is loaded with big mule deer. To go along with the deer hunting is the chance to shoot elk on the property as there are resident elk in the area and frequent the ranch in this C-Tag unit.   The property has a nice 2015, 1,850 sf home with three bedrooms and two baths and the opportunity to finish 800 sf in the upper level to make the perfect hunting camp for large groups. There is an attached two car garage and the home is fully landscaped with a sprinkler system. The homesite also has a 12'x28' out building that was built in 2014 and a 24'x40' barn built in 2017 with a full cement floor.  For those who enjoy historical aspects of a property there is an upright silo that adds a lot of character to the homestead.    There is a current farm lease on 270 acres of the farm ground for $85/acre with the leasee paying all cost of augmentation and pumping plus maintenance of the wells and pivot. The grazing on the farm has been retained by the farmer after harvest which has reduced the lease price per acre. This is a year-to-year lease so the property can be all yours next season.   This farm is in perfect condition and offers everything from quality income to some of the best water fowl and deer hunting in Colorado. Call Seth Hayden today to schedule a showing on the property.
$804,000  •  640 acres
New to the market are 4 beautiful quarters of Northwest Kansas farm, ranch, and recreational property. These 4 quarters are packaged together to create magnificent hunting tracts along with the ability to lease for cattle purposes or break into farm ground.  NW 1/4 28-6-38 This piece features rolling grassland perfect for grazing cattle, buffalo, or horses. Good baseline fences with some additional possibly needed pending your specific needs. SW 1/4 16-6-38 This tract has a much more gentle slope to it, but also carries great grassland for grazing your farm animals. An 80-acre tract through this quarter is currently enrolled in CRP, which is set to expire Oct of 2020. CRP payment on this tract is $3,164/year. Additional fencing would be required if looking to utilize as ranchland. SW 1/4 33-6-38 & SE1/4 34-6-38 These two tracts have both been enrolled in the CRP program as well. The East quarter had a CRP contract expire in Oct of 2018, and the West quarter has a CRP contract expiring Oct 2019. Payment on the active CRP quarter is $5,413. Potential for re-enrollment into CRP may be an option, but would need further research. Both of these tracts feature excellent hunting and potential for cropland. The west quarter features a pond providing water for wildlife and the east has a low-lying lagoon that helps supplement water supply when big rains occur.  Overall, this is a rare opportunity to purchase land in a notoriously very productive county. These parcels can be purchased as a unit or separately as follows: SW 1/4 33-6-38 & SE1/4 34-6-38 - $464,000 NW 1/4 28-6-38 - $160,000 SW 1/4 16-6-38 - $180,000 Contact Leo Hayden at 785-821-3683 or Nathan Linin at 785-340-5331 today for further information or details on this property.
$923,850  •  623 acres
This listing features a section of land in Norton County, Kansas. There is a house on this property as well that will be selling with the land. The house is 1260 square feet, it has 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. It also has a full unfinished basement. The house will have brand new windows and the roof is only five years old. There is also a 84x48 shop that was built in 2014.   The land is comprised of 275 acres of very productive cropland that is currently planted to corn. There is another 348 acres of pasture, which can accommodate around 40 pair of livestock. The fence around the entire pasture is in good condition. There are 4 ponds and several water wells, one of which has a solar pump. The cropland and pasture are both currently being cash rented. Possession of the land will take place after the corn is harvested and at the end of October when the livestock are taken off the grass. Mineral rights will be reserved by the sellers for 25 years. Hayden Outdoors Real Estate is also offering for sale 195 acres located across the road to the east. It consists of 147 acres of pasture and 48 acres of cropland, it provides good hunting opportunities as it has a seasonal creek bottom running through it.   This property is located 13 miles NW of Logan, 17 miles SE of Norton and is 85 miles from Hays, Kansas. The legal description is S6-T4-R21, 623 +/- Acres in Norton County. If you have any questions regarding this tremendous land opportunity in north central Kansas or would like to schedule a showing please call me at 785-735-4895.
$900,000  •  606 acres
The Seaman Ranch borders landlocked BLM on 2 sides and the BLM bordering Long Mountain. Long Mountain is completely landlocked and can only be accessed by the public via a foot or horseback on a several mile access trail. Lake Creek runs through the property for over 1/2 a mile and springs traverse the ranch for well over a half a mile with really good sub irrigated bottoms with great feed. The ranch is very diverse with great cover and feels much larger than 606 acres!  On the bottom part of the ranch the small landlocked BLM parcel does border Slater Creek as well. The ranch also has good year around access with power available. As I walked the parameter of the property and the ridge lines around 5:00 in the afternoon the hillsides suddenly became alive with deer filtering up out of their bedding areas feeding their way slowly to one of the numerous water sources.The top of long mountain and the pine covered draws to the north are covered up with elk. This ranch is good for all seasons from archery all the way through the last of the rifle seasons. The ranch qualifies for landowner vouchers in unit 5 for deer, antelope and elk are over the counter.    The ranch is located in Moffat county and hugs the Routt county line approximately 6 miles south of the Wyoming state line. The small towns of Baggs, Savery and Dixon,Wyoming are just a short drive away. The towns of Craig, Colorado and Hayden, Colorado are approximately an hour away. The National Forest is 10 minutes up the road with good fishing on Slater Creek and additional hunting in Slater Park, California Park and the entire Routt National Forest.  This is the property that everyone wants bordering landlocked BLM, great water and cover, year around access and incredible hunting. This one will not last long!!  
$13,000,000  •  604 acres
Hayden Outdoors is proud to present Emerald Farms Development. This incredible property is a total of 604 acres and is nearing final stages of having an approved final plat from Adams County. The design features a total of 177 lots ranging from 2-5 acres. The development offers incredible mountain and valley views just minutes from Denver International Airport. The development is highlighted by 3/4s of a mile of Boxelder Creek river bottom. This could be used as a common use hiking and wildlife viewing area for the development. It features live water much of the year and several small ponds and sloughs and large cottonwood trees. The owners are creating a metro district for the property and will be supplying enough water on site to fullfill the residential requirements for the development. Emerald Farms Development is located just 30 minutes northeast of downtown Denver and is just 10 minutes from DIA. This is a perfect location for home buyers looking to escape the traffic problems of the city and relocate to a larger lot development offering beauty and privacy close to the Denver Metroplex. The property is set up in a no fly zone, this means that planes from DIA have to fly around the property and not right over the top. This is a significant value as it alleviates most all noise from the airport.  Emerald Farms Development is a golden opportunity for buy and hold investors or homebuilders looking to capitalize on the strongest market Colorado has ever seen. The owners are willing to lease back the farm ground at a rate of $125,000 per year while a buyer is preparing to build the development out. 
$10,000,000  •  442 acres
Hayden Outdoors is proud to present Emerald Farms East Development. This incredible 442 acre property is nearing the final stages of having an approved final plat from Adams County. The design features a total of 121 lots ranging from 2-5 acres. The development offers incredible mountain and valley views just minutes from Denver International Airport. The development is highlighted by 3/4s of a mile of Boxelder Creek river bottom. This could be used as a common use hiking and wildlife viewing area for the development. It features live water much of the year and several small ponds and sloughs and large cottonwood trees. The owners are creating a metro district for the property and will be supplying enough water on site to fullfill the residential requirements for the development. Emerald Farms Development is located just 30 minutes northeast of downtown Denver and just 10 minutes from DIA. This is a perfect location for home buyers looking to escape the traffic problems of the city and relocate to a larger lot development offering beauty and privacy close to the Denver Metroplex. The property is set up in a no fly zone, this means that planes from DIA have to fly around the property and not right over the top. This is a significant value as it alleviates most all noise from the airport.  Emerald Farms Development is a golden opportunity for buy and hold investors or homebuilders looking to capitalize on the strongest market Colorado has ever seen. The owners are willing to lease back the farm ground at a rate of $125,000 per year while a buyer is preparing to build the development out. 
$1,600,000  •  396 acres
  This 390 acre Seminole County spread is an excellent opportunity to own a combination of heavily cross timbered recreational land, prime bottomland pasture, lake, ponds and managed wetland.  Hunting is excellent. Whitetail deer, wild turkey, waterfowl and small game are abundant. Established food plots provide ideal rifle and bow hunting locations. A 15 acre, constructed wetland provides truly amazing waterfowl habitat. Ducks cannot resist the large, shallow marsh that extends into the nearby field which is seasonally planted to provide forage and cover. The wetland is surrounded by bottomland timber which is ideal for placement of blinds or pits. Irrigation is permitted from the reservoir if watershed is insufficient.   The entire property is fenced and cross fenced. The NE 120 acre parcel features excellent bottomland grazing and haying. This parcel features a hay barn, 3 stock ponds and is estimated at 50 AUs. The parcel has been leased to local ranchers to provide income. The remaining 270 acres of this property is a mix of upland grassland and heavy timber with 3 stock ponds and a secondary hay barn.   The homesite waterfronts the 55 acre Big Wewoka Creek Flood-Control Reservoir #4 which was built in the 1950’s by the USDA with the Oklahoma Conservation Commission. Fishing on the lake is spectacular with multiple 11 pound large mouth bass caught and released in the very recent past. The lake creates a spectacular backdrop for the 3500 square foot custom built 2 story Lindal Cedar cabin with a finished walk-out basement. The home was built in 1974 by the owners’ own hands and has been meticulously maintained by those same hands to this day. The home has seen several significant renovations. The most recent doubled the size of the kitchen and great room and added custom milled, red oak floors from trees harvested on the property.   There is a second 1140 square foot two bedroom, two bathroom guest house adjacent to the main home which is ideal for family or guests to have their own space. The guesthouse would be perfect for short-term vacation rental. Just imagine the activities and adventures you can offer your guests!   This unique property gives an owner and recreational enthusiast year round opportunities with hunting, fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, ATVing and horseback riding. You will find it is an outstanding recreational property for family and friends. SEPARATION NOW AVAILABLE !!!  The main cabin, guest house and other structures can be separated from the main 396 acres and can be offered with 27+/- acres including lake front on the Big Wewoka Lake for $595,000 The NE 120 acre parcel is avalible known as Seminole 120. This part of the property is 80% open pasture with fencing, cross fencing, gates, sorting pens, 3 ponds, live creek and great county road access is being offered at $300,000. The remaining 249 acres of Big Wewoka Lake, 15 acre waterfowl wetland, heavy hardwood timber, food plot and some open pasture, This part of the property offers exceptional hunting and year round fishing. Access is by frontage on county maintained road. This 249 acres is offered at $622,500 All of the tracts can be purchased separetly or combined with other options that could be available to fit a buyers needs.  Contact the listing agent for further details. Hayden Outdoors is proud to offer this great listing to the market.
$8,000,000  •  320 acres
Greeley Irrigated Farm is an exceptional land opportunity in one of the hottest land markets in Colorado. The property features one of the best farms in legendary Greeley Valley and offers some of the flattest land and best soils found on the Front Range with ample water rights to grow corn, alfalfa, vegetables and industrial hemp. The property features 3 homes, 4 large insulated steel buildings and 320 acres of irrigated farm ground. This land is perfectly located just 3 miles north of Greeley and 5 miles east of Windsor, Colorado. The farm ground is in three separate parcels of contiguous land.  The first is a 77 acre piece that SOLD in April 2019 and is complete with underground drip throughout. It is watered with irrigation wells with 158 acre feet of water rights augmented through North Poudre Irrigation Company. This 77 acre piece has a remodeled 1,250 sf bungalow that has three bedrooms and two baths along with a 60X80' metal shop that is insulated and heated with a concrete floor. The next parcel is 155 acres that features a pond, a wind shield wiper pivot, and flood irrigation. This particular parcel features two homes that have been updated and are very livable. Next to the homes are three outbuildings measuring 170x50, 72x48 and 72x34 all with concrete floors. This location features two exits and a yard that is large enough to store semis and all your farm equipment.  The third parcel is 160 acres with 120 acre pivot. This piece offers a new custom built home that is 2,019sf and is very well appointed with all the upgrades. It has a finished walkout basement and is very well done. Next to the home is a 150'X60 new metal building that is heated and insulated. There is also a storage pond to hold ditchwater for all your irrigation needs. Water Rights include 1 share of Fossil Creek, 14 shares of New Cache La Poudre Reservoir, and 16 shares of New Cache La Poudre Ditch Company  Call Dax Hayden today to schedule a showing at 970.674.1990
$949,000  •  280 acres
Two Elk Ranch is the perfect pairing of two parcels totaling 280 acres in the Yampa Valley. Conveniently located just south of Hayden and easy commute to Steamboat Springs, this private ranch includes a well- kept 3 bedroom, two bath house , 50x60 Barn including concrete floor Shop and Horse Barn, 75x60 Large Barn for hay storage, outbuildings, riding arena, fenced and cross fenced. The main level house includes spacious kitchen, private master and bathroom with his and her vanities, additional bedrooms, two car garage, covered porch and large deck. The ranch is surrounded to the west and north by State of Colorado land and includes unobstructed views in all directions. Ranch is very diverse in terms of agricultural production. The dryland acreage produces an average of 200 tons of total hay (orchard brome, timothy and alfalfa), 20 acres of straight alfalfa, 25 acres of straight grass for horses and crossed fenced for cattle or sheep production. Includes a number of adjudicated ponds and springs and 240 acres of the ranch can be subdivided into additional parcels and/or residences. Two Elk Ranch presents a great opportunity for the hobby rancher or as a full time ranch operation.
$282,750  •  195 acres
This listing features 195 acres in Norton County, Kansas. It is comprised of 48 acres of productive cropland that is currently planted to corn and another 147 acres of pasture. There is a nicely wooded and seasonal creek meandering through the property providing great hunting opportunities. This place always has turkeys and deer traveling through it. Most of the creek and wooded areas are secluded and hidden from the road creating low pressure spots for holding those big Kansas whitetails. There are locations along the creek that would be ideal for establishing food plots. A pond and windmill are located in the pasture providing water for livestock. The cropland and pasture are currently being cash rented. Possession of the land will take place after the corn is harvested and at the end of October when the livestock are taken off the grass. Mineral rights will be reserved by the sellers for 25 years. Hayden Outdoors Real Estate is also offering for sale 623 acres that is located across the road to the west. It consists of 348 acres of pasture and 147 acres of cropland as well as a house and large metal building.  It is located 13 miles NW of Logan, 17 miles SE of Norton and is 85 miles from Hays, Kansas. This property not only provides income from the cropland and pasture, but can also offer great hunting. If you have any questions regarding this multi-purpose land opportunity in north central Kansas or would like to schedule a showing please call me at 785-735-4895.
$500,000  •  183.48 acres
Located on Cross Mountain in the Fossil Ridge Wilderness of Gunnison County are (18) contiguous mining claims totaling for 183.48-acres (Wahl, Gold Cleft, Gold Cross, Gold Eagle, Gold Coin, Yellow Diamond, Mountaineer, Gunnison, St. Louis, McCormack, Little Hattie, Red Cloud, Parkview, Cross Mountain 1, 2, &3, and Crown Point 1 & 2).  The property contains dedicated Forest Service access via four-wheel drive/ATV roads and is seasonal due to winter snowfall levels. The combined site is an in-holding surrounded by designated Wilderness and Gunnison National Forest lands.  This is a remote area of the county located approximately nine-miles from Taylor Park Reservoir and about 30-miles from the nearest town of Almont.  The City of Gunnison and Towns of Crested Butte and Mt. Crested Butte are a short-drive from Almont.  The historic mining town of Tin Cup is situated approximately 10-miles to the northeast.  Each of the claims are patented and have remained under the same ownership for decades.  No mining has occurred while under current ownership, though a single shaft, reportedly at a depth of 550’ (+/-) was utilized for the extraction of gold circa the mid-1960’s (gold pricing at that time was $35.50 per ounce).  According to the current owner, he was able to identify the vein the lode miners were following at the end of the shaft.  The original opening of the mine shaft was collapsed to prevent public access and there are no known past milling operations or related environmental concerns on-site.  Topography consists of level benches, steeply sloping hillsides and granite mountain top areas above timberline.  Various alpine lakes and streams are in close proximity to the claims and are contained on public lands.  Elk, mule deer and moose sightings are common.  The Gunsight and Lottis Creek Trails originate near the Lottis Creek Campground in Taylor Canyon and extend in a southerly direction just to the west of the claims.  Views from the claims are impressive and include an expansive portion of the Continental Divide to the east (Collegiate Peaks in the direction of Buena Vista and Leadville) and to the north (towards Crested Butte and Aspen/Snowmass).  Taylor Park Reservoir is also visible to the north looking across Union Park. Due to the location within a designated Wilderness, the parcels could potentially be exchanged with the U.S. Forest Service in enhancing an owner’s other land holdings.  This property is being marketed in conjunction with the Taylor Park Trading Post (also listed by Hayden Outdoors) and could be purchased together or separately.  Note that Gunnison County GIS incorrectly maps the parcels as being located slightly further to the southwest of Cross Mountain.  Please refer to the maps in the listing for an accurate visual of the location.
$3,740,000  •  170 acres
Offering 170 acres m/l of prime development land located within the incorporated city limits of Ames, Iowa. Situated in a rapidly growing area on Ames’ north side with housing development occurring immediately adjacent to the east and the Ames Golf & Country Club to the west, the property is located within the highly coveted Gilbert School District.