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$39,900,000  •  45,039 acres
Spreading over 45,000 contiguous acres in Southeast Colorado rests the Cimarron Valley Ranch, located between Elkhart, Kansas and Keyes, Oklahoma. Over 70 square miles of cattle ranch includes approximately 22 miles of the historic Cimarron River running from Oklahoma into Colorado, coming within two miles of bridging the Comanche National Grasslands to the Cimarron National Grasslands in Kansas. These two national grasslands, along with state land in Oklahoma, connects this ranch to almost a million acres of public land. The Cimarron Valley Ranch truly offers incredible diversity in regard to terrain, wildlife, livestock grazing, income opportunities and more.Overview: This is an extremely rare opportunity to own a ranch that currently supports 1,600 mother cows while managing some of the best hunting in the country. The river bottom on this ranch averages just under a mile wide for the entire length of the ranch (22 miles) providing excellent soils, water, rotational grazing, excellent habitat and grass. This mega-ranch is very diverse with wild game and is inhabited by Mule Deer, Rocky Mountain Elk, White-tailed Deer, Rio Grande Turkeys, Bobwhite Quail, and Blue Quail. It is not unlikely to hunt bugling elk with over-the-counter licenses the same day as working dogs on large coveys of bobwhite and blue quail. Cattle Operation: Currently the ranch has over 1,600 mother cows and there is abundant grass and excellent water. The cattle operation is under excellent management and the program is about stewardship and balance between the improvement of wildlife habitat and the management and improvement of cattle grazing resources. The ranch is very well-watered, and the fences and working facilities are in good condition. The river bottom and the diversity of the landscape allow for rotational grazing at its finest. With an excellent mix of grasses during all seasons and access to running calves on wheat pasture and triticale, this operation will put excellent pounds of gain on cattle. The turn-key headquarters has good holding corrals, ranch manager facilities, barns, sheds and cattle working facilities.Water: The ranch is rich in water and provides sustainability for game and livestock alike. Currently 13 pivots are in place with quality water supply. Over 40 stock tanks are littered throughout the ranch and The Cimarron River runs underground through most of the property, with watering holes and ponds littered along the river bottom.Game Management: With over 18 square miles of tree covered river bottom, wildlife has year around protection, excellent nesting cover, ample water and plenty of room for habitual movement. The well-managed property has over 780 acres of food plots in the river bottom with 14 high quality shooting houses. The plots are planted with wheat, triticale, milo, sorghum and some turnips. This acreage is accretion ground and has excellent soils that make up almost 10,000 acres of very fertile grass and cropland in just the river bottom. Big Game Hunting: This area is famous for excellent quality animals with respect to mule deer and white-tailed deer, but also offers a resident herd of elk year around! It is expected that the next state record white-tail may come from this area or the Arkansas River drainage to the north. It is not uncommon to have free range white-tails over 175 inches and much larger. The ranch has world class animals with many mule deer over 180 inches and an elk herd that is improving each year with great crop and habitat practices. The ranch receives a good number of deer tags as vouchers in Colorado and Oklahoma allows for two buck licenses. Elk tags for bull elk are over the counter and the season runs from September to January with any legal method of take. In Colorado, the elk licenses are classified as "C Tag", which means you can harvest a bull and buy another tag! This works very well for game managers as this tool helps on taking inferior animals out of the herd. Elk quality in this area varies, but with such a large tract, some management can improve quality. There have been bulls killed on the ranch up to 370 inches. In a nutshell, this property holds excellent numbers of fine animals and the game laws in Colorado and Oklahoma for this area lend well for the serious hunters. Quail: The quail populations on the ranch are World Class. Blue Quail or Scaled Quail inhabit the hillsides on the upper sides of the river bottom and present excellent sporting opportunities for wing shooting. Bobwhite Quail are prolific along the river bottom and are currently in record numbers on the ranch. It is not uncommon to bust 20 plus coveys of 25-35 birds per day on the ranch. The mixed bag of Bobs and Blues and two states to hunt make the opportunity even better. Pheasants: There are pheasants finding the great habitat planted along the river. A great spring will offer excellent hatches next fall! There are over 600,000 acres of public land adjacent to this ranch with excellent wildlife populations. Believe me when you plant food and provide water they show up! Waterfowl: Waterfowl hunting on the ranch is undeveloped, but the land is located in a good area for traffic of waterfowl. Improvement of sloughs and some ponds could greatly enhance the waterfowl hunting. The Lesser Prairie Chicken: The Lesser Prairie Chicken can be found on the southern portion of the ranch. This area of Colorado, Oklahoma and adjoining Kansas Cimarron National Grassland hold and grow a good number of Lesser Prairie Chicken. This area is considered one of the premier spots to observe the birds. The lesser prairie chicken is listed on the endangered species list so hunting is not allowed. Locally, the Lesser Prairie Chicken primarily inhabits sand-sage prairie south of the Cimarron River, a strip about two to five miles wide.The Lesser Prairie Chicken is similar in appearance to the Greater Prairie Chicken, although it is slightly smaller and its air sacs on its neck are red-orange in color, whereas the greater has yellow-orange air sacs. Lesser Prairie Chickens are dependent upon rangeland conditions. Sand-sage prairie, with its mixture of short and mid-grasses, sagebrush, and yucca components, provides the birds with nesting and brood rearing cover, and food.The Lodge: There is a 7,000 square foot lodge, which was built in 2005 and has 7 bedrooms and 7 baths and is in first class condition. The lodge offers a commercial kitchen and excellent open floor plan with high ceilings and an indoor wood burning fireplace. There is an exciting trap range just out the back door for owners' enjoyment. The main lodge sits overlooking the Cimarron River and some low water ponds in the river bottom. Privacy is at its best on the Cimarron Valley Ranch offering good access with only one road in and one road out. Cimarron National Grassland: The Cimarron National Grassland, located just 2.5 miles east on the river, is one of twenty National Grasslands administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service. Located within Morton and Stevens Counties in southwestern Kansas, the Cimarron National Grassland contains 108,175 acres.Comanche National Grassland: The Comanche National Grassland includes over 440, 000 acres in southeastern Colorado. On the Comanche National Grassland, you can explore southeastern Colorado's rich history. The Grassland has many stories to tell, from dinosaurs roaming the shoreline of a vast lake 150 million years ago, to Mexican and American traders traveling the Santa Fe Trail 150 years ago.The Santa Fe Trail: The Santa Fe Trail goes through immediate area and across the ranch. This rich historic trail offers many tails of long ago. It truly signifies that the West is and was a great place! This ranch, with its ability to connect two large national grasslands, is very rare. We may never see another time to accomplish such an important task.Ranch Landscape: Rock cliffs, cottonwood groves, grassy fields, yucca and sage brush are scattered throughout the land. Elevation ranges from 3,150 to 3,540 feet. Seasonal variety is provided by native grasses and riparian vegetation along the Cimarron River. The geology of the area includes sandstone, shale, limestone, sand and gravel.Area Climate: The climate here is characterized by mild winters, hot dry summers and cool evenings. Spring and Fall seasons have moderate temperatures accompanied by an occasional windy day. Precipitation, usually less than 19 inches per year, is concentrated from April to September. Snowfall is minimal and short-lived. This ranch has such diversity it is hard to explain. Twenty-two miles of highly productive river bottom within 2.5 miles of connecting the Cimarron National Grassland with the Comanche National Grassland is truly amazing. Grazing, hunting, history, improvements, irrigation, cattle and wildlife! The production potential and sheer vast amounts of highly productive land on this operation make it a very rare offering. Please give us a call for a private showing of this fine ranch. *Listing excludes Cattle, Equipment & Land Minerals.
$11,000,000  •  6,300 acres
6300 Acres of Barber County, KS Ranch Land For Sale on The Medicine Lodge River This is a large Kansas Hunting Ranch in the famous Kansas Deer Unit 16 and a rare opportunity to own Trophy Whitetail Hunting Land on the Medicine Lodge River near Sun City, Kansas in northwest Barber County Kansas.  The ranch supports a diverse population of game including Deer, Turkey, Upland Game, Quail, Pheasant, Waterfowl, and Predators. This is also a Barber County Kansas Working Cattle Ranch with a Large Custom Home, Shop, Horse Barns, guest house, cabin, corrals, arena, pens, and other Improvements.  Approximately 11 miles of new fence has been built.  There’s adequate water for livestock and wildlife from multiple Wells, Ponds and the Medicine Lodge River. Crop acres are approximately 1134 acres in cultivation and are suitable for all crops grown in the area, including: wheat, soybeans, milo, alfalfa and sorghum.  The cropland serves a viable source of income, grazing, hay production and food plots for wildlife.  The balance of the land is a combination of rolling grassland, draws, canyons, cuts, thickets and timber with a mixture of Native Grasses, Buffalo Grass, Gramma Grasses, Bluestem and Bermuda and multiple Ponds and Timber covered River Bottoms. The centrally located Ranch Headquarters boasts Custom Home (approx. 3492 sq/ft) with 4 bedrooms and 3 ½ baths with (approx.. 840 sq/ft) two car attached garage, and (approx.. 904 sq/ft) of covered porch area. A Generac generator has been installed at the main house. This ranch style home has a concrete parking area with porches located on the front and back of the home. The interior of the home has solid HAND SCRAPED HICKORY FLOORS with T&G Natural Pine ceilings. The Kitchen cabinets are dark distressed hickory that complement the light floors and ceiling. The countertops are light-colored quarts with a smooth finish. “Frigidaire” Fridge and Freezer, a microwave, “KitchenAid” gas stove top/electric oven, a dishwasher, and a deep wash sink in the kitchen island. Trim is all pine with the interior doors being knotty alder and the mud room and bathrooms being porcelain tile. The Shop is approx.. 2200 sq/ft with a bunk house inside.  The Horse Barn is approx. 1200 sq/ft with a tach room and supporting arena with pens.  The Hunting Cabin is a very nice 3 bed 2 bath Solitary home with a front deck and tornado shelter and it’s located across the county road from the headquarters. This Ranch has 2 sets of steel pipe corrals on it for gathering cattle and loadouts. The Corrals and loadouts are strategically located close to the county roads for easy access. USDA/FSA information shows 1134.29 acres in Cropland with a PLC wheat yields averaging 28-30 bushel, and Grain Sorghum yields averaging 31 bushel.  Total USDA “Base acres” approx. 933 Owner will divide:  We have approx.. 1300 acres separated off the south side of the ranch for sale and approx.. 1400 acres off the east side of the ranch for sale.  These tracts are naturally dividable and fence accordingly with easy access.  These separate tracts can be found advertised individually on our website. Listing ID: 35113-00437
$12,848,520  •  4,289.99 acres
Location: • 23 miles +/- NW of Crystal City• 55 miles +/- SW of Uvalde• 115 miles +/- SW of San Antonio• From Crystal City take Hwy 393 about twelve miles and turnoff on Hwy 2961• Continue on 2961 to end of pavement and proceed down gravel county road one mile to Myane Ranch GateImprovements: The headquarters is accessed via a well designed and constructed asphalt paved road about two miles from the front gate. Asphalt and concrete driveways and aprons around the Main House, Lodge and Equipment Barn provide ample, convenient, all-weather parking for large groups. All the rooms in the Main House, Guest House and Lodge are finished with flooring, ceilings, window coverings and other details of a quality found in luxury class homes.MAIN HOME: 5000+ sq ft 5 Bedroom/5 Bath GUEST HOUSE: 3 Bedroom/3 BathLODGE: 8 Bedrooms can accommodate 34 guests with Commercial Kitchen and Chef's QuartersOUTDOOR ENTERTAINMENT CENTERADDITIONAL FACILITIES: 4 Bay Barn • 16,000 sq ft Shop & Equipment Barn • Shooting Range • Grain Bins • Foreman's House • Hunting Guides Living Quarters • Storage Tanks • Dog KennelFENCING: The entire ranch is enclosed by game-proof fencing in good or better condition. One corner of the ranch has a high-fenced trap of about 400 acres which could be used to trap or release game.Myane Ranch Wildlife Highlights: Primary game species include Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, Dove, and Bobwhite and Blue Quail. Additionally, Waterfowl, Feral Hogs, Grey Fox, Raccoon, Coyote, and Bobcat are found on the Ranch.Whitetail The game fenced Myane Ranch is currently under a Level 3 MLD Permit allotted 60 Bucks and 60 Does. Harvest within the 2016-2017 hunting season included 56 Does and 35 Bucks (all categorized as management bucks). Based on the latest aerial survey results (2016) Whitetail deer density is 11 acres per adult deer with a sex ratio of 1:1. No known introductions of Whitetail Deer have been made to the ranch.The Myane Ranch offers a great foundation for native wildlife in this Southern region of Texas. The ranch contains diverse plant communities creating excellent year round nutrition for the native wildlife. Additionally, cover is found in an arrangement of scattered open areas within denser areas of brush. These attributes, combined with great water availability and distribution, gives the Myane Ranch the potential to be a premiere South Texas native wildlife producing property.• All deer on ranch under current owner, and as far back as information is available, are indigenous to the ranch - no known imported deer• 22 elevated round deer blinds• 4 executive blinds• Numerous standard ground blinds• 18 protein feeders (most 400 lb) and numerous deer electric feeders• 1 fish feeder• Covered and concrete floored 3 station electric hoists deer cleaning station with large, clean coolerBlues and bobwhites provide excellent quail hunting, with cleared quail runs supplied with quail feeders at various locations around the ranch. Dog kennels and a multi-cage dog rig provide the facilities and equipment to put on really first class quail hunts.Myane Ranch Habitat Highlights: The Myane Ranch lies within the South Texas Plains ecoregion. This area is characterized by rolling brush covered terrain and is situated at the northern edge of the 'Golden Triangle' of Texas Whitetail hunting. Elevation of the ranch ranges between 620 ft. on the southeast side and 701 ft. near the western boundary. The ranch is dissected by intermittent Chacon Creek that drains southeast towards the Nueces RiverVegetation of the ranch consists of species common to the South Texas Plains region. Blackbrush, Guajillo, Mesquite, Lotebush, Elbowbush, Hogplum, Texas Persimmon, Whitebrush, Granjeno, Wolfberry, Prickly pear, Guayacan, Brasil, Tasajillo, Kidney wood, Cenizo, Little Leaf Sumac, Blue Sage, Desert Yaupon, and Paloverde are common brush species found in the majority of the ranch plant communities. Species found along Chacon Creek, and tanks include Huisache, Hackberry, Cedar Elm, Buttonbush, and Black willow. Larger tree species provide roost sites for turkey. Grass cover in this area comonly consists of Curly mesquite, Texas winter grass, three awn species, Pink pappus grass, Plains bristlegrass, Texas grama, Red grama, Sand dropseed, False rhodesgrass, Tanglehead, and Hooded windmill grass. Some areas have been cleared of brush, in strip and block patterns, thus creating areas of nutritionally rich and better available deer forage. These cleared areas also provide improved habitat, and better hunting access, for quail.Water is supplied to wildlife via 24 tanks that are adequately distributed throughout the ranch. 12 of these tanks provide perennial water. Water density is approximately 175 acres per water tank. Chacon creek can be diverted into Mile Long Tank during times of runoff. 4 irrigation wells, and 2 wells with submersible pumps provide water to troughs, and as a source of water for food plots. Some tanks are equipped with pumps to irrigate food plots. Some of these food plots provide great dove hunting.Additionally, there are 7 wells with non-working windmills that could be setup for additional water. The ranch lies over the Carrizo Aquifer. It is believed there is an abundance of water 250'-300' deep.Topography: Terrain is typical South Texas flatlands with occasional hillocks and shallow gullies and three larger draws including Chacon Creek, a wet weather but important rainwater catchment. Concrete crossings provide wet weather assess across some of the gullies.Water: The ranch's twenty-four ponds are discussed in detail in the hunting comments. Well water includes seven wells equipped with windmills which are currently inactive due to the abundant pond water, four irrigation wells, and two other water wells equipped with submersible pumps. Some of the ponds have irrigation pumps to provide additional water for crops. Six food plots ranch in size from about 20 acres to 60 acres. There are three, portable irrigation pivots that serve about 25 acres each. Milo was planted in 2016. There is an industrial electricity generator, set up as a private power plant, that provides electricity to some of the irrigation pivots.Comments: To state the obvious, this is a world class, turn-key South Texas hunting ranch. Hunting television shows and world class athletes have been guests at this ranch.The ranch is currently under a hunting lease. The lease may be terminated prior to the upcoming hunting season depending on the date of the closing of the sale. There are no other surface leases and no through access easements to any neighbor. Rio Grande Electric Co-op and the phone company provide the ranch with utilities. Seller may request that a buyer cooperate in a 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange transaction upon closing involving no cost to Buyer and no delay of closing. Certain farm and ranch equipment may be available at prices to be negotiated. The ranch sells turn-key with home and lodge furnishings, all deer blinds and all deer feeders. Shown by appointment only.Minerals: Seller will convey all minerals owned and believes he owns 1/16 minerals without any executive rights, subject to a mineral title opinion being performed by an attorney or other land title professional. There is currently no active mineral lease on the ranch and little activity in this area of Zavala County which is north of the recent oil and gas activity areas.Taxes: Property taxes are based on Ag Value and Wildlife Management and run about $8 per acrePrice: $2,995 per acre. Cash is preferred , but the owner will consider owner finance. OPTION #2:The owner will sell the South 2,000 +/- acres Turn-Key with the headquarter compound. All furnishings except dining room furniture is included. Two food plots with pivot irrigation, numerous ponds, water wells, game feeders, hunting blinds and other amenities are included. PRICE: $3,995 per acre
$11,500,000  •  4,250 acres
One of the finest turnkey hunting and recreational ranches on the market in Texas today. Providing both world-class white-tailed deer hunting along with some of the best wing shooting in Texas, this ranch is a Sportsman’s paradise! No details were spared in the development of the property and with all of the infrastructure already in place, the ranch is ready for new owners to start enjoying it from day one! LOCATION: As the crow flies the ranch lies 14 miles Northeast of San Angelo, Texas. Driving time from: -Midland, TX -1hr 33 min -Dallas, TX-4 hr 19 min -San Antonio, TX-3 hr 25 min -Houston, TX-6hr IMPROVEMENTS: The existing improvements bring tremendous value to the operation and enjoyment of the ranch. The main hunting lodge is over 6000 square feet and boasts a sequestered double master suite wing along with 4 large rooms, each with their own separate baths, a beautiful living room and separate game room, a commercial kitchen, bar, office, and a gunroom. Grounds surrounding the lodge are immaculate with beautiful views of the surrounding country. Not far from the lodge is a drive through cleaning station with a walk-in cooler, a covered gun range, a large BBQ pavilion, a large barn, 3 homes for ranch staff, multiple small barns and workshops and 3 overhead grain silos. One of the biggest attributes to the property is a stellar deer breeding facility that houses an office, storage, working chutes, holding and operating rooms, and a bathroom all under one roof. The facility also has 24 outdoor pens with shelters, wind breaks and misting systems. Separately, there are 6 DMP pens that are currently being used for soft release. Scattered across the ranch are 5 pivots ranging in size from 10 to 75 acres. These are planted with alfalfa, oats and haygrazer and are utilized as food plots with the excess alfalfa being sold. A separate field is planted with milo for the birds. Lastly, the perimeter of the ranch is fenced with 8’ game fence and is traversed with miles of improved caliche roads. EQUIPMENT TO BE CONVEYED: Most furniture in the main lodge along with all of the deer blinds and feeders will convey with the sale. All owned minerals will also convey. The sellers believe they own minerals on the southern portion of the ranch. Buyers are advised to conduct their own research to determine the exact amount. The pipeline mentioned above does produce some monthly income to the ranch. WATER: Water on the ranch is tremendous as it boasts over 40 water wells. They range in production from 10 to 100 gallons per minute and supply water to the watering stations that cover the ranch, the 5 pivots, and they also fill the lake behind the main lodge. TERRAIN / HABITAT: Terrain on the ranch is extremely diverse. A rolling mountain range enters the property on the northwest corner and traverses the westernmost part of the ranch with the highest elevation being 2390’ above sea level. This elevation provides amazing views of the entire ranch and creek valleys below. The eastern portion of the ranch is beautiful bottom land with fertile loamy soils, big mesquite and native grasses and brush. In the creek bottoms you will find oaks, hackberry and other hardwoods. The southern portion of the ranch is amazing quail habitat with excellent soil, lots of native grasses, some cacti and excellent balance of cover to open spaces. Food plots are generously dispersed all over the ranch with some in hay grazer for enhancement of the already strong quail populations. WILDLIFE: Because the owners have been intensively managing and improving the population for over 10 years, the quality of wildlife on the property is second to none! The main focus has been on the deer herd, but improvements have had a tremendous positive impact on the health and numbers of the entire wildlife community. The overall goal has been to maintain a strong pasture herd with good age structure that produces multiple 200 inch deer year after year and they have succeeded! A population of approx. 600 (7 acres/1 deer) and a 1:1 buck to doe ratio has produced the desired result. Harvest and survey records can be made available to the serious buyer. In addition to the pastured deer, a number of bucks and does with possible offspring are being managed at the deer breeding facility with top-notch bloodlines. In a recent survey, the wildlife manager also observed 100 head of Axis deer, more than 30 coveys of quail, over 300 turkey and a phenomenal dove population. EASEMENTS: Easements on the property include electrical, pipeline, and any other of record. However, there is no easement through this property to access any other property. MINERALS: Minerals owned by seller if any will convey. The pipeline produces some monthly income to the ranch. The sellers believe they own minerals on the southern portion of the ranch. Buyers are advised to conduct their own research to determine the exact amount. This ranch is an absolute must see for the avid sportsman that desires a turnkey, established working ranch that supplies world class hunting. Call Anthony Simpson to schedule a private showing! (210) 854-6365 All information provided is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. Real Estate buyers are hereby notified that real properties and its rights and amenities in the State of Texas are subject to many forces and impacts whether natural, those caused by man, or otherwise; including, but not limited to, drought or other weather related events, disease (e.g. Oak Wilt or Anthrax), invasive species, illegal trespassing, previous owner actions, neighbor actions and government actions. Prospective buyers of Texas real estate should investigate any concerns regarding a specific real property to their satisfaction. Buyers brokers must be identified on first contact, and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Simpson Ranches & Land, LLC, Broker. Simpson Ranches & Land, LLC reserves the right to require any or all interested buyer(s) of a particular property to provide proof of financial ability to purchase said property prior to the initial showing or any subsequent showing of the property. Simpson Ranches & Land, LLC also reserves the right to refuse to show a property to a potential buyer for any reason at Simpson Ranches & Land, LLCs sole and absolute discretion.
$7,800,000  •  2,356 acres
Cronkhite Farm offers 2356 deeded acres of prime hunting land in Jones County, South Dakota. With more than 20 tree belts, a 7-acre lake, 9 ponds, switch grass, milo, corn, cattails, and CRP, it is a hunter's paradise. For those who enjoy fishing, the lake is filled with several species including bass, crappie, and perch. After walking the fields of South Dakota, you can experience the comforts of the owner's residence and guests can relax in the one-of-a-kind man cave and lodge. The 3948 square foot owner's residence was built new in 2013 and is beautifully appointed. It features 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths and a chef's kitchen.The Guest Lodge features 6 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, full kitchen, range/microwave/oven/refrigerator, dining area, office area, common room and a back patio so you can enjoy more of the South Dakota fresh air and watch the beautiful sunrise and sunsets! The owners will also include their client list and lodge furnishings. Financial statements that reveal a profitable business are available upon signing a confidentiality statement. The conservation minded owner has planted over 400 acres of tall wheat grass in the past 2 years. The owner also plants over 200 acres of habitat food plots annually. According to the FSA, the farm includes 1385 crop acres which includes 204.7 acres CRP. The balance of the acreage is grassy draws and native prairie.The corner piece of the Cronkhite Farm hunting experience is pheasants along with the opportunity to harvest trophy white-tailed deer and waterfowl. The countryside is gentle, rolling prairie, with fields and sky as far as the eye can see. There are approximately 20 shelter belts covering 64 acres with trees. You will walk across cornfields, native grass rangeland, and millet/forage sorghum strips to flush out birds. At hunt's end, you realize that the memories of that perfect shot and the cackling call of the rising rooster will be with you for a long, long time. If action-filled hunting, comfortable lodging, an uncommon passion for the outdoors and a sound investment are what you chase, do yourself a favor and schedule a private tour of the property. Improvements:Farmhouse Owners Residence -Built new in 2013, it is 3948 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths. The high-quality home also contains a spacious great room, bar area, gun room, 2 offices, wine room, large dining room, living room and covered patio.Man Cave - 28'X28' one-of-a-kind man cave overlooking the lake with a fireplace and wet bar. It was constructed using wooden grain facility originally located on the property.Guest Lodge - The Guest Lodge that can sleep 10-15 persons and features 6 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, full kitchen, range/microwave/oven/refrigerator, dining area, office area, common room, and a back patio.Dog KennelMachine shed/Garage with a Game Cleaning/Processing Room, seperate storage room, wood shop, hunting equipment room and room for 2-3 vehicles - Measures 50'X50' with a loftIncludes 8 tower blinds capable of accomodating 2 or more huntersOlder Barn - 48'X60'Curvet QuonsetNine Grain BinsLocation:Cronkhite Farm is in central South Dakota, just a little west of the Missouri River. It is in the epicenter of Dakota's great upland prairie and of the heartland's richly productive countryside. The farm is located 30 miles south of Pierre, 15 miles west of Presho, and only 4 miles southeast of Draper with easy access from I-90.Locale:Jones County, South Dakota is closely tied to the cultural geography and history of the area. Murdo is the county seat of Jones County. Jones County has picturesque landscapes where the prairie meets the sky. The vast open spaces and abundant wildlife make the area known for world-class hunting and fishing. The terrain of Jones County consists of semi-arid rolling hills, partially devoted to agriculture. The Bad River flows northeasterly through the northwest corner of the county, and the White River forms the county's southern boundary. The southern areas of the county are carved with gullies and drainages flowing to the White River. The hospitality and service-oriented people of the community continued to cater to the residents of the area. Honest, hard-working people continue to make up the core of the area's population, making the area a tremendous place to live and grow. The natural resources around Jones County, including pheasant hunting, continue to attract visitors from around the country. Taxes:The 2019 real estate taxes payable in 2020 are $10,054 annually. Mineral Rights:Any mineral rights appurtenant to the property owned by the sellers will transfer with the real estateFences & 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 the location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations regarding 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 Seven Million, Eight Hundred Thousand Dollars ($7,800,000)
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$3,463,470  •  1,327 acres
$3,848,300
The Finn-Lambert Ranch is a portion of the historic Lambert Ranch located in Refugio County. This ranch consists predominantly of native rangeland and a smaller portion of dry land row crop farm.
$3,350,000  •  715 acres
The dark and rich farmlands of the Texas coastal bend begin in Matagorda County where cotton, corn, rice, and milo have been productive, profitable and staple crops for several generations and the agricultural economy remains robust. The Collegeport Farm consists primarily of Laewest Clay soils drained by Pelican Slough into Tres Palacios Bay. The north side of the farm is exceptionally level, whereas the south side benefits from immediate drainage into the slough and the added bonus of redfish, whitetail deer, and waterfowl. There are 300+ frost-free days which also make it attractive for sod/turfgrass and other specialty crops. Approximately 90% or 650± acres are in cultivation with some planned acreage expansion. There are currently 84± acres of rice base and an additional 248± acres of wheat, corn, and milo base. The farm was in pasture until 2018 when it was planted to corn and cotton and repeated in 2019 and 2020 with excellent yields. The farm is currently operated as a dryland unit, but is located within LCRA’s Gulf Coast district and may have potential lateral canal access. A 2018 three bedroom and two bathroom modular home with a large rear deck and storage shed was placed amongst the live oaks at the former homeplace and is in immaculate condition. A 60’ X 150’ equipment shop with LED lighting was constructed in 2018 for farm equipment storage and features four rollup doors, one with 20’ clearance for pickers and combines. The Collegeport Farm represents a well-developed and improved farm unit, suitable for an investor, an established operator looking to expand, or a young producer needing a sizeable purchase. The Facts: ~ 715 acres more or less ~ 90% cultivated with room for expansion ~ 97% Laewest clay soil ~ Suitable for cotton, corn, milo, rice, sod ~ 2018 model 1,568 square foot (per MCAD) modular home ~ 8,791 square foot (per seller) farm shop built in 2018 ~ Pelican Slough frontage near Palacios Bay ~ Paved access along FM 1095 ~ Within LCRA Gulf Coast Irrigation District ~ Annual property taxes are estimated to be approximately $2,263
$576,000  •  640 acres
Offering a section of dry land farm ground in the Highplains of Eastern Colorado. An all tillable farm, with 0-3% slope, and past production of corn, milo, and wheat. County Road 41 runs along the west boundary, for good access. Located 7 miles south, and 2 miles west of Walsh, CO. and 24 miles to Springfield, CO. Call or email today for more details on this productive farm. Annual Property Taxes $916.75 Legal Descriptions - Section 12, Township 32 South, Range 44 west
$1,627,350  •  571.49 acres
This Irrigated Section represents a real opportunity for a young farmer to get his hands on irrigated ground, or adding more acres to an existing portfolio while prices are strong and interest rates are low.Call Kerry Cromer at 785-370-9040 for more information.NE4 late plant corn Fallow2014 T&L sprinkler425 GPM118 irrigated acresNW 4 2010 Zimmatic sprinkler100 acres irrigated wheat460 GPMSE 4 Valley sprinkler w 8820 hrs.Milo stalks Fallow123 irrigated acres400 GPMSW 4 94 Zimmatic sprinkler123 irrigated acresMilo stalks Fallow400 GPMAll sprinklers are complimented w affluent from Seaboard lagoons and when affluent is applied Seaboard runs all systems then turns on fresh water and cleans all nozzles.Approximately 89.9 acres CRP Annual Payment of $3,152.00 Ending 9/30/2023
$1,099,999  •  560 acres
Under Contract
This listing features 560 +/- acres of prime hunting land along Salt Creek in Mitchell County, Kansas. This property is a recreational paradise for the avid outdoorsman. It has been very well managed for many years and is manicured to perfection. There are roughly 260 acres of productive cropland. Some of those acres are currently planted to soybeans (on the south side of creek) and milo (on the north side of creek). The cropland is currently being crop shared on a 1/3 to 2/3 basis. According to the sellers, their average yearly income for the crops over the previous 5 years has been around $29,750. Possession of those acres will take place after all the crops have been harvested.There were two CRP contracts on the property. The first one consisting of 195.13 acres expired on 9-30-2020 and paid $49.97 per acre. The yearly payment was $9,750.64. The second contract of 27.21 acres is still active and paying $60.10 per acre. It has a yearly payment of $1,635.32 and will expire on 9-30-2021Salt Creek meanders through the entire property from west to east providing a remarkable wildlife habitat. The creek along with several smaller ponds that are scattered throughout the land provide a good source of water for the wildlife. Additionally, the seller has tremendously enhanced the property by creating a CRP barrier along both sides of the creek. This barrier has proven to be very beneficial for the property. The whitetail deer thrive here, that is pretty obvious while touring the property. The game trails are heavily traveled and the rubs/scrapes are everywhere along the creek bottom. The property has proven history of producing trophy whitetails on a regular basis. Not only is this a great deer hunting property but it should be just as good if not better for hunting pheasants and quail. Turkeys are seen frequently on the property as well. The 3 tower blinds as well as the 2 gravity feeders will be sold with the property. The seller is believed to own 100% of the mineral rights and they will transfer to the buyer at closing. Recreational properties of this size and magnitude do not hit the market very often. This property is turn-key and ready for hunting!! If you have any questions or would like to take a private tour of the property please give me a call today. Shown by appointment only!
$2,000,000  •  356.5 acres
The Kepka Family Farm is a large +/- 360 acre farmstead located in the beautiful rolling hills of Central Kansas and the Great Plains. The property is situated just southeast of the town of Wilson, KS. This fourth generation farm has always been a working family farm producing wheat, Milo, and hay crops and grazing cattle. This farm has so much potential from farming and ranching to hunting and establishing habitat. The property has proven to be great for quail, turkey, deer, predator, and dove hunting. With the southern border being located only one-half mile from the Smoky Hill River, this property is a haven for many different species of wildlife and holds some record White-tailed deer. The land includes:Cultivated farmlandPasture groundCRP groundMeadowWaterwaysThe farmstead includes:Large pole-metal shedLarge, unfinished (reconstructed) horse barn designed to be a full living quartersA bunk house (current living quarters)Two new storage podsHorse pasture with large south facing lean-to with small tack room (unfinished) - Probound fence throughout the pasture with gatesLarge area south to finish for horses with enough area for a nice small horse barn if desiredGarden areaTwo water wells (drilled by Kelly's Water Well) - 275 ft. deep and in 50 ft. of aquifer, both have emersion wells that move water throughout the farmyardThe Metal Pole ShedJohn Deer 4720 Utility Tractor with cab and 7 attachmentsBuilt by ASH/OSI in 201050 x 80 ft (4,000 sq. ft.) with 6 inch deep concrete floor that has circulating heat throughout the floor (heated by a propane heating unit that is inside west wall of the shed)Blown-in insulation that covers the complete shed which has strengthened the building and decreased the cost of insurance coverage and decreased heating costsTwo electric door openers on each side, west and east side of shed (12 ft. x 12 ft.)Walk-in door on south side with electric lockNo windows or skylight windows to reduce possible break-insElectric fluorescence lighting with plenty of electrical 220 V outletsBuilt-in benches and cabinets - wood shop and mechanical areaOffice in the SW corner of shed - houses security system for farmyard and storageThe north side has a concrete slab (15 ft. x 80 ft.) meeting with north side lean-to (15 ft. x 80 ft.) for machinery. Enclosed with two sliding doors that lock on inside. Ample storage shelving along inside wall.Shed with additions now totals 6,400 sq. ft.Two hydrants on south lean-to cornersOutside outletsConcrete slabs on west and east side of sideAll machinery and equipment negotiable with sale of property.Bunk HouseMetal pole building made into living quartersBuilt in 201224 ft. x 40 ft. (960 sq. ft.)Open porch on the east side (8 ft. x 40 ft.)Main structure includes - Kitchen with gas cooking stove, dining area and living area and one handicap-accessible bathroom with shower, sink and stool.Large TV on south wall with cableNorth room is a large bedroom with bay window and electric fireplaceSunroom on west side - enclosed patio area (14 ft. x 24 ft.) Sun room includes large TV over electric fireplace, washer and dryer area and office spacePatio on west side (18 ft. x 24 ft.) with open fireplace/pitAll rooms finished in pine woodCeiling fans, heat and air, 2 large TVs, land lines, and internet serviceAll contents included in sale of propertyHorse BarnBarn built in 192440 x 40 x 40 ft. to peak. Roof is a hip roof. Barn structure was in solid shape and recently restored with all livestock remnants removed.Designed to be finished for living quarters but not yet completed.Outside of barn was covered in OSB board and 26 gauge tin, windows and dormers addedGround floor is full concreteThere is a corner for mechanical utilities and storage, opposite corner is a space for a large kitchenLarge staircase to loft aboveThe remaining area could be designed to incorporate a lodge with beds, large rec room, bathrooms, etc.The loft floor is 38 x 40 ft. Floor is new wood but unfinished flooring. Space for kitchen and pantry. A good size space for bathroom. South end of the loft could be for a nice sized bar. North end could be used for an additional rec area.The third floor of the loft is divided into thirds. South third and north third are possible bedrooms with closets and each with a staircase.The center third opened to look down to loft floor.Consultation done for incorporating heating and air. GEO thermal by coils was determined to be the best solution for covering the area efficiently and being the most cost efficient.The structure would also need better insulation and electrical wiring.Additional FeaturesTwo large, new pods for storage (very clean)Large lawn area6.6 acre meadow on east side of barnyard and south side of home/pasture. Meadow can be viewed from barn loft and patio of the bunkhouse. Meadow is bordered by 50 ft. four generation Cottonwood trees that provide great shade.The northwest corner of the meadow is a 12 ft. x 16 ft. small barn that houses cooking utensils. There is an old deck around 3 sides of the barn and to the east of the barn is a fire pit. The pit has sand around it and limestone blocks used for Dutch oven cooking.All items will sell with property.FinancialsFarming income includes wheat, Milo, hay, and pasture averaging around $15,000.00 per year (including CRP payments)Taxes average around $5,500/yearElectricity is on average $150/mo. (Rolling Hills Electric Corp.)Propane (Shed and Bunk House) averages $1,200/year (Moeder Oil, Great Bend, KS)Property will be sold as owner financed only.Land DescriptionEast half of farm is mainly the homestead/barnsWest half consists of pasture and CRP groundPasture is rolling hills. It has trees and a creek the full length that winds through the pasture and also has a spring-fed creek that has had water in it since the 1930's. There are two water tanks connected that are 4 years old and are filled by natural spring water. They run at 5 gallons per minute and have for the last 4 years.The south end of the pasture is 1/2 mile from the north side of the Smoky Hill River. There is another pasture between the river and the property's pasture.There is some waste land connected to the CRP ground.This property has proven over many generations to be excellent habitat for hunting and developing food plots, buffer strips, and in-field incubators for quail (quail restoration).The water supply has always been strong and water has never been hauled onto property.Deer Unit 4All water and mineral rights shall pass to Buyer.Adjacent south of the property is currently a spectacular +/- 160 acres consisting of tillable, pasture, and amazing hunting land for sale known as the Smoky River Whitetail Escape. This property would be a great compliment if looking to expand your investment portfolio or recreational hideout.Community/AttractionsThis farm is located about 2 1/2 miles SE of Wilson, KS just off of Highway 40.Wilson, Kansas is known for its Czech history and festival and the restored Midland Railroad Hotel with fine bar and grill with great wine list.16 miles to Ellsworth, KS (can accommodate large aircrafts at airport)25 miles to Russell, KS (can accommodate large aircrafts at airport) - Also famed for Meridy's Steakhouse50 miles to Salina, KS (larger city with restaurants and shopping)1/2 mile north of the Smoky Hill River, which feeds Kanopolis Lake Reservoir in Ellsworth CountyInterstate 70 just 2 miles from Wilson, KS and only a few miles from the propertyJust north of the Interstate is the Smoky Hills, which includes Wilson State Park (Lake Wilson)Lake Wilson is one of Kansas' premier recreation hot spots to fish, hike, boat, water-ski, or just camp and enjoy the outdoors.Seller is asking for Owner Financing of the property with 20% down and 4% interest rate. Only way buyer will sell property is through owner financing. All personal property is negotiable. All mineral rights, water rights, crops, cash rent from leases, and CRP payments will pass to Buyer.Please contact JC Bosch with Hayden Outdoors at 620-282-9572, for more information on this property or to schedule a private showing.
Contact for Price  •  184.78 acres
Under Contract
Peoples Company is pleased to be representing the Kenneth R. Schaper Trust in the sale of 184 total acres m/l located in Warren County just north of Milo, Iowa.
$697,600  •  160 acres
Peoples Company is proud to offer 160 acres m/l located in Warren County, IA. This combination farm features top notch hunting and 105 m/l FSA tillable acres for all the income you need.
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$210,000  •  160 acres
It's all about location on this one! The farm is tillable but has not been farmed in a few years. That being said, the grass, sunflowers, and weeds that have consumed the farm and provide all kinds of habitat and bedding cover for the deer, pheasant, quail, and predators. The amount of wildlife on this property, for it only having a few trees, will blow your mind. The 160 acre farm bordering it to the East is currently full of milo and will provide a great food source all summer long, as well as recruit deer from all over the area. The half section to the West has Osage Creek winding through the entire 320 acres providing a year round water source and ideal bedding and habitat. All of these factors help to contribute to the extremely high deer population and upland bird density on this farm and in the area in general. As much of this farm as you wanted could be broken out into farm ground if creating some ROI or growing your own food source on the farm is something you wanted to do. If creating a great duck hunting property is something that appeals to you as well, this farm lays out perfectly to have a significant sized wetland or pond constructed, pretty much right in the center of the property. The property has all kinds of potential and is being offered at a great price. Contact Tony today @918-671-8937 to find out more.
$305,000  •  111.78 acres
Under Contract
SupernawIf you are looking for a very high caliber Kansas Whitetail Deer hunting property, this is it! Situated just outside of Garfield, KS, this property sits right between Coon Creek and the Arkansas River. It just doesn't get any better than this!! This property is a natural travel way and produces some monster Kansas bucks year in and year out. With the 26 acres of well established/thick CRP at each corner of the property, and with just over 1 mile of winding Arkansas River bordering, there is no shortage whatsoever of cover and bedding area. The potential to harvest bucks of 170" (typical or non typical) or more is no doubt a strong possibility at the least. There are also great opportunities to go chase some Ring-necked pheasants and Bobwhite Quail. Additionally, the 85 acres of tillable ground acts as a gigantic food plot, so there is no lack of food. The farmland was just recently planted to milo that will be harvested this fall and has been on a crop rotation of milo and wheat throughout the years. Admist all the wildlife in this area, there are various species of ducks that seek refuge on the river during the winter months. Rio Grande Turkeys also frequent the property. Phenomenal hunting properties like this are hard to come by, so don't miss your chance!History:Along with all the hunting opportunities, this property also comes with some very unique and vitally important history regarding the Santa Fe Trail. During the days of the Santa Fe Trail, this property was the site of a railroad construction camp named Supernaw, thus the name of the property. The Santa Fe Trail played an important role in the expansion of America in helping explore the West. The wagon highway was over 900 miles long, connecting travelers from Franklin, Missouri to Santa Fe, New Mexico. The original and main purpose of the trail was to promote more trade with the West and Mexico. Along the way, the travelers encountered many obstacles including Indians, hot deserts, rocky mountains, and rattlesnakes. Eventually, a railroad was built along the trail. It is not everyday an opportunity comes along to purchase a piece of American history like this!Property Features:+/- 85 acres of tillable farm ground+/- 26 acres of CRP - Payment is $678 and expires 9/30/2022Great hunting - Whitetail deer, Rio Turkey, Pheasants, Quail, Ducks, PredatorsLies next to Coon Creek and directly adjacent to the Arkansas RiverUnique Santa Fe Trail historyVery secluded yet close to Highway 5612 miles from Larned, KS Please contact Connor Williams with Hayden Outdoors at 620-617-6300, for more information on this property or to schedule a private showing. (**Financial verification is required**)
$72,000  •  80 acres
Under Contract
80 acres M/L of tillable land with great road frontage and easy access on highway 325. 0 to 1% grade on the property. This would make a great starter farm or add on to an existing operation. Give me a call today. 15 minutes from Boise City, OK 20 Minutes from Kenton, OK
$180,000  •  80 acres
If you are looking for a farm in North Central Oklahoma thatwill provide great hunting opportunities, along with a return on investment,this one may be the deal. There is alarge creek meandering through the farm, 50 acres m/l of quality tillableground, some of the biggest timber in the immediate area, and a dense stand ofnative grass and cedar bedding cover on the South side. The farm is surrounded by farmland andgrassland for as far as you can see. Inthis neighborhood farms with the type of habitat this one has to offerconsistently produce 140" to 150" whitetails, as well as holding good numbersof quail and pheasant. The seller willbe planting milo in the tillable portion of this farm and plans to leave thecrop for the new owner. A 50 acre standof milo on this farm will turn it onto one of the best hunting properties inthe area. Not only will there be crazynumbers of deer on the property, but the bird hunting for both waterfowl andupland birds will be top notch as well. This is a rare opportunity to own a secluded piece of property, offeringa good return on investment and fantastic hunting, just a few miles from theKansas border. Give Tony a call today @918-671-8937for more information.
$168,000  •  80 acres
Build it and they will come, they say. This 80 acre farm is about to under go a nice transformation in order to be used as a waterfowl & upland bird hunting property, along side the farming. Throughout the time this property is going to be on the market there are two things that are going to happen. The sellers are constructing a large pond/wetland in the middle of the farm and they are also going to be planting the entire farm to milo. The milo crop is intended to be left for the new owner and will be of huge value this fall when it come to attracting wildlife. Depending on the buyers intentions the milo crop could be harvested by the new owner to provide some income, or left standing to attract large numbers of whitetail, pheasant, and quail. The duck hunting and goose hunting in the area is fantastic and with water and milo on this property you never know how good it could be. The trees on the West side, and in the NE corner, are just big enough for a guy to hang a stand in allowing for some possible bowhunting opportunites if desired. The quality of dirt under this farm makes it a great canvas for whatever a person wants to do to the farm or plant on the farm. You cant really say that about very many properties in Oklahoma. Give me a call and lets talk more about it!
$127,200  •  53 acres
Under Contract
+/- 59 acres totalAbout 2 miles NW of Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife RefugeLess than 1 mile SE of city of HoisingtonCreek frontageOil production on property+/- 50 acres tillable; Balance=trees/timberSoil Type: Bridgepoint Silt Loam, rarely floodsIncome Potential:Tenant Rent: 50 acres x $60/acre = $3,000Oil Income: $2,400/year averageHunting Lease: $600/yearTotal=$6,000.00 minus $676.00 (Taxes)Approximately 4% ROILooking to build a new home, build a lodge, or start a new business? Then this may be the property for you? This property would make an excellent choice for a new lodge or home with it being close to town with acreage. It has access to city water and sewer. This property also has brand new electric services available as well. With such great hunting opportunities both on the property and in the vicinity, this property would be a great option to build a hunting lodge for all the hunting enthusiast. This property is right in the heart of the central flyway and sits adjacent to the waste water treatment plant for the city of Hoisington. Many ducks and geese use this area as a refuge. With such close proximity to Cheyenne Bottoms, this property (with a little management) is the waterfowl and big game hunter's dream property! Deer, turkey, quail, pheasant, and of course an extreme number of waterfowl species use this property for food, habitat, and refuge. Incredible whitetailed deer hunting! The tillable ground with this property is planted to alfalfa as the Sellers have realized how the ducks, geese, and wildlife tend to eat any crops planted to corn, soybeans, or milo. This property has everything from hunting to oil income to farming income! Properties this close to Cheyenne Bottoms with so much opportunity for hunting enthusiasts and investors are rare to find for sale.. especially at a price like this!