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$5,999,999  •  8,577.93 acres
Highland Vallis Ranch consisting of 4,277+ acres of deeded land and approximately 4300 acres of leased BLM land is a fantastic combination of excellent soils, good water, fertile valleys and high mountain vistas, Cathedral Canyon, fantastic rock formations and outstanding building locations. The ranch is well watered with several springs and High Creek.
$13,562,500  •  7,750 acres
Blue Goose River Ranch consists of flat, fertile farmland with mesquite patches on top that breaks into deep cedar-covered gorges. Twists and turns in the terrain paired with scattered knobs create valleys turning into sand-bottomed creeks. These creeks define the canyons as they merge with the North Wichita River and split the ranch. Whitetail-buck ranging from 130"-150" inches are standard in Foard and Knox County, while 7,750 secluded acres with a river bottom habitat allow some mature animals to reach the 170+ inch marker. Several large flocks of Rio Grande turkey roost and thrive in the vast hackberry trees and dense chinaberry thickets. Ducks, geese, and other waterfowl are abundant due to the 3.4 miles of the meandering river and 48 bodies of water ranging from shallow grass tanks to a couple of acres of drought-proof water. Blue Goose River Ranch is a large cattle operation with outfitter potential. Headquarters sits in Foard County on the Northern 3,000 acres initially purchased in 2002. Headquarters is 16 fenced acres with the main house and the bunk house. This house is a sound three-bedroom ranch house awash with rustic charm and abundant storage. Entertain easily with a spacious kitchen with custom cabinets, a wet bar, and multiple dining areas connected to the den with a fireplace. Occupying the entire north side of the home is the primary suite featuring a fireplace, double sink bathroom, three large walk-in closets, and direct access to the laundry facilities. A bunk house sits behind the main house with the separate Foreman's home and office with farm equipment shed along FM 268. Over the next two decades, the ranch grew 4,750 acres to the south into Knox County. Blue Goose River Ranch offers 1,890 acres of wheat and hay, boosting the ranch's productivity with adequate rainfall and attracting droves of mourning and white-wing dove with the seasonal sunflowers. Across the river was acquired first, a valley etched out by Black Top Creek, including Blue Goose Hunting Camp famed with stories of hunting lore. Then a few other neighbors were added, spreading south to include the majority of Buffalo Creek and some badlands to add to the mysticism of this wild country. This cattle ranch has excellent perimeter fencing being mostly 5-strand barb wire. Each pasture is cross-fenced for rotational grazing to optimize the native grass production. This practice has boosted the local quial habitat and assisted in their comeback. Separate fields within the fenced cultivation and pastures contain a water source for cattle and wildlife. A final addition, the "Damland" added a wide, short canyon created by Bluff Creek and butted the ranch up to Truscott Brine Lake. 29+ access gates are strategically placed on the 12+ miles of county-maintained road frontage to optimize cattle rotations, farming, and access to blinds. Blue Goose River Ranch's final acreage came to 7,750, now available for the first time as one large ranch isolated in an area of Texas historically and currently known for vast swaths of land dedicated to cattle and hunting. Broker's Comments- Blue Goose River Ranch has "finger ridges," providing a different canyon or valley around every corner. This country makes one understand the old stories from the wild west and how the natives could disappear without a trace. Countless draws dip and turn with signs of local wildlife still utilizing them to hide out and travel. Truscott Brine Lake is a saltwater project controlled by the Army Corp of Engineers and is open to the public. The 1,600 saltwater lake and 100-acre freshwater lake provide a sanctuary for deer and create an exceptional waterfowl habitat. The larger ponds on the ranch and river have bass, perch, and catfish, while the 100-acre freshwater lake provides true sport fishing capabilities for an outfitter or an avid fisherman. -- WATER & TERRAIN -- 3.4 miles of North Wichita Rive-18,000+/-ft; 1.14 miles of both sides-6,020+/-ft 1 river crossing; Located on E river water gap; sandy, pea gravel 33 ponds, 15 shallow tanks; Several draws with surface water potential; Bass, catfish, perch 220+/- ft of total elevation change; 150 ft draws; Rolling to flat river bottoms; Flat fields on top 2.7 mi of Black Top Creek-14,440 +/-ft, wet weather, parts navigatable by ATV or UTV when dry 4.42 mi of Buffalo Creek-23,350+/-ft in three sections-7,850+/-ft; 10,025+/-ft; 5,745+/-ft 0.73 mi of Bluff Creek-3,850 ft+/-ft-Behind Truscott Lake Dam 4 rural water meters on North-Foard with 7 troughs 2 water meters on the South-Knox with 3 troughs 3 solar water wells on troughs; 2 windmill water wells with troughs -- HEADQUARTERS & RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS -- 16 fenced acres with the main house, barns, and 1.25-ac pond 3,016 sq ft-3Bed/2Bath; Built-in '88, metal roof, slab foundation, attached two-car garage Fenced yard, well for sprinkler system, rural water meter, paved parking in front 1,280 sq ft-Bunk House; Built-in '80, metal roof, slab, carport, used for storage Foreman's House on FM 268-Needs repair, electricity, and water Foreman's Office & Equipment Shed, electricity, water fenced -- COVER & WILDLIFE -- Wildlife -- Whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, dove, duck, quail, specks, Sand Hill cranes, varmint, occasional mule deer Hunting -- Leased for hunting & willing to stay; Hunting Outfitter opportunities Tree Cover -- 76% wooded; Heavy to moderate; Cedar, mesquite, hackberry, willow Underbrush -- Moderate; Lotebush, bumelia, skunkbush, ephedra, cat claw, yucca, prickly pear Native Grasses -- Side-oats, blue, other grammas; buffalo, curly mesquite Grazing -- 1 animal to 35 units; Owner Operated Cultivated Soils -- Clay loams: Mostly Tillman, Rotan & Hillister; Loams: Winter; Silt loams Cultivation -- 1,890 acres; 19 fenced fields; 24% of property; Moderate to excellent farming capabilities -- RANCHING & HUNTING IMPROVEMENTS -- Completely fenced for cattle; 5-strand barb-wire in good condition Cross-fenced into large and small pastures with reliable water in each Fenced river bottom on both sides; River crossing with water gap 5 sets of working pens; 2 on the North-Foard, 3 on the South-Knox 4 sets of pens with easy access for trucks and trailers near the road; Interior catch-pens 29 total gates on CR or FM road; 16 on North-Foard, 13 on South-Knox ATV/UTV dirt roads access most of the land, and desirable characteristics -- MINERALS & WIND -- 50% owned minerals convey; No active production 100% wind rights convey; 1 mi W of Foard City Wind Farm; 3 mi NW of El Campo Wind Farm -- ACCESS & DISTANCES -- Main Entrance - N side of CR 361 in Foard County 12 miles of County Road frontage; 28 total gates-15 on North-Foard, 11 on South-Knox 15 miles SW of Crowell; 30 miles N of Benjamin; 45 miles SW of Vernon 100 miles W of Wichita Falls; 125 miles NW of Graham 185 miles NW of Fort Worth; 206 miles NW of DFW International Airport 235 miles NE of Midland; 160 miles E of Lubbock 4,000+/-ft Land Owner Easement thru SW portion Listing Broker: Boone Campbell (940)-282-5500 Listing Agent: Travis Patterson (254) 246-5266 Additional Notices & Disclaimers: Campbell Farm & Ranch welcomes all cooperating agents and brokers. Cooperating Agents and Brokers must make first contact with the listing agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split. Commission split is at Campbell Farm & Ranch LLC's sole discretion. No Trespassing--Don't hesitate to contact a Campbell Farm & Ranch team member for a showing. All information in this advertisement is understood to be accurate and reliable but is not guaranteed. Please verify all information before using the information for decision-making purposes. All listing information is subject to errors, omissions, change in price, change in terms, or removal from the market without notice. Campbell Farm & Ranch presents all offers; the seller has the right to refuse any offer, review multiple offers and accept backup offers.
$25,000,000  •  3,500 acres
The Kansas Gentleman's Farm is an impressive highly productive turnkey 3500+ acre irrigated farm in Wallace County Kansas, just minutes away from Sharon Springs! The life-size bronze bull elk welcomes guests as they enter the drive that leads to a luxurious custom designed 6000' +/- sq ft home, a guest & foreman's home, multiple 60' x 120' insulated shops and a custom-engineered 600,000 bu grain facility provides everything this farm needs to be incredibly efficient. LAND This is a 3500+ acre center pivot irrigated farm all in one block. The land consists of a total of +/- 3530 acres, divided into 2580 of irrigated acres, 750 dryland and 200 other. The bulk of the irrigated ground consists of Class II and Class III soils, Ulysses, Kuma & Keith silt loams with 0-3% slopes which provide for optima crop growth and water retention. The Farm is classified as 100% irrigated with over-lapping water rights. All Mineral Rights owned by Seller pass with land to Buyer. The primary Crop is 106-118 Day Corn, Golden Harvest seed planted 24k population with yields averaging 210-220 bu/ac. The neighboring properties north of the farm are similar to the "other" 200 acres of the farm, with rangeland/pasture with rock outcroppings and rangeland consisting of a mixture of short & mid-grass prairie. Irrigated/dryland farms adjoin the majority of the farm's perimeter. Sharon Springs sits at an elevation of 3471 ft The average annual Rainfall in Wallace County is 18.55" The average Freeze date is between October 1-10 IMPROVEMENTS This farm has a beautiful custom designed 6000 sq ft home, build in 2011, 4 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, luxurious master bedroom with his and hers bath, gourmet kitchen with custom cabinets and granite counters, vaulted ceilings with custom log beams and an attached six car garage. There is a pergola covered outdoor kitchen atop a massive patio built for entertainment. There are mature trees in the backyard which is watered with underground sprinklers. A life-sized bronze bull elk stands as the focal point of the roundabout drive. A comfortable 2 bedrooms 1.5 bath guest home sits within the manicured lawns and landscaping that surround both homes. There is a 2600 square foot custom third home built new in 2019 at the Smidt farm Headquarters and bin site and serves as home for the farm foreman. The farm shop is 60' x 120', insulated, heated, and cooled, 30' x 14' overhead door with bathroom. The attached car barn is 60' x 120' and is also insulted. The airplane barn is 60' x 126' non-insulated with a 54' hangar door. There are 10 RV hooks at the farm shop with water and electricity, with an RV Sewage dump at the main farm headquarters. The Farm bin site has: 600,000 bu. of state-of-the-art grain storage. The grain storage consists of 2 - 100,000 bu. bins and 8-50,000 bu. bins. These bins are all equipped with full aeration floors, extra-large fans, power sweeps and can handle 21 percent moisture corn. They have put up to 25 moisture corn in the bins and got along great. There is a 7,000 bu. per hour plug free grain leg at the bin site which can fill all the bins and 1800 bu. overhead load out bin. The bin site has a 2,000 bu. dump pit which all the grain from the grain bins dump into. The 2- 100,000 bu. Bins are equipped with side load outs. You can pull up to 35,000bu. of grain from each of these two bins with the side load outs. They can load a semi with grain in 4-5 minutes. They have 20 semi's show up at one time and the truckers don't complain because they get loaded faster at the Farm than they do at the local grain elevator. The Farm has 2 section pivots and 12 standard quarter section pivots. They are all valley pivots equipped with 38 inch tires, drops, and spray nozzles close to the ground. There are 24 irrigation wells. Nine of which are electric submersibles which are powered by T3 natural gas engines. The other 15 wells are vertical turbines pumps with Chevy natural gas engines, most of which have been rebuilt. Valley pivots & the ability to move water from one end to the farm to the other with overlapping water rights ensures you can get water where it's needed. The matching red roofs can be seen for miles and define the Schmidt Farm. RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES IN THE AREA: Golf: Multiple smaller municipal courses at Sharon Springs, Goodland and Tribune provide a quality golfing experience. Hunting: The Sharon Springs area provides habitat that supports whitetail, mule deer, pheasants, antelope & small game. CURRENT EQUIPMENT 3- 2019 8400 R John Deere Tractor 1- 2016 8245 R John Deere Tractor 1- 2016 5100E John Deere Tractor 1- 2019 R4040 John Deere Sprayer w/ 120' Booms 1- 2019 S770 John Deere Combine (500 hrs) 1- 2019 712C John Deere Corn Head- 12 row 1- 2019 John Deere Wheat Head- 30' 1- 2019 1775NT John Deere Planter- 24 row 1- 2019 50' Landoll Disk 1- 2019 1200 Gladiator Strip Tiller- 12 row 1- 2016 Gladiator Strip Tiller- 16 row 2- 1325 bu Unverferth Grain Carts 1- custom made Chemical Mixing Trailer 1- 1997 Crane Truck 1- 310 SJ John Deere Backhoe (400 hrs) 1- 2018 35' Ripper 2- Dirt Scrapers 1- 2016 321F Case Loader (possible trading) 1- 1982 FireTruck (w/ 15' boom) 1- Cultivator- 30' 1- Stalk Chopper- 30' 1- Batwing Mower- 12' 1- Batwing Mower- 15' 25- Chevy Irrigation Motors (natural gas) LOCATION The Schmidt Farm is 7 miles south of Sharon Springs, Kansas on State Highway 27, 2.5 miles east on Goose Berry County Road and then 1/2 mile north to the Farm Headquarters. The quaint town of Sharon Springs isa mix of the charming, modern, and tried and true, with amenities, restaurants and several historical museums. The Farm is surrounded by several small towns, including Goodland, Tribune, Oakley and Colby. The 19th largest city in the nation, Denver, Colorado, is a quick 3.5 hours west of the Farm providing an amazing array of entertainment, sports & theatre, restaurants and dining, resorts and hotels. From The Denver Center of Performing Arts, Elitches, Professional Sports, and National Western Rodeo, the activities are endless.
$11,800,000  •  3,236 acres
At +/-3236 contiguous acres and with over 3 miles of Elk River frontage, this property is one of the premier ranches in Kansas. Combine the recreation opportunities that abound around every corner of this ranch with the working cattle operation and the +/-409 acres of tillable crop land and you have a property that can be used and enjoyed any number of ways. It's a truly magnificent ranch with a new adventure around every turn.
$7,998,040  •  2,806.33 acres
General Description: This is the first time in 144 years this property has been offered for sale. Deep seeded in history, this cattle and trophy deer hunting ranch has plenty to offer. It is located in big, low-fenced ranch country with native rolling terrain covered in live oak, mesquite, and elm trees. The East Fork of Bufford Creek meanders through the property for 2 miles. Location: Approximately 12 miles E/NE of Breckenridge fronting on quiet FM 701 in a great location just over 2 miles north of Highway 67. There is approximately 3/4 mile of paved FM road frontage. It is 2 hours west of Dallas, 1 1/2 hours west of Fort Worth, 3 hours east of Midland, 1 hour NE of Abilene, and 24+/- miles to Graham. Directions: From Breckenridge, go east on Highway 180 and turn north towards Graham on Highway 67. Then go 7.3 miles to FM 701. Go North of FM 701 for 2.2 miles until the black pipe gate located on the left or west side of the road. History: The Muleshoe Ranch brand was registered in 1856 in Fannin County by Henry Black. Henry fought in the Confederate Army in 1861 and after 4 years he returned to find that his wife, Jane, had died giving birth to their 3rd child. He then remarried and started a new life with a master seamstress, Sarah. They then began their life together in poverty. Henry acquired most of his 1000 cattle and 500 horses by trading his skill and courage, moving herds of cattle across the Red River when it was overflowing. He also traded his wife's shirts for cattle and horses. In 1877, Henry and Sarah left Fannin County to relocate to Quanah, Texas, but a heavy rain season forced them to stop in Stephens County. They stopped along Bufford Creek and Henry went into Breckenridge the next day to purchase 4 sections of land. He, his brothers and his sons ultimately grew their herd to 20,000 head of cattle and the ranch to 30,000 acres. Henry passed away in 1906 at 66 years of age after catching the flu at a Confederate War veteran's reunion in New Orleans. His wife Sarah then divided the ranch amongst several family members. The Black family has had many accomplishments over the years, helping to make Breckenridge what it is today. This portion of the Black Brothers Muleshoe Ranch is now owned by 3 siblings being fourth generation owners. It is not every day that you come across an opportunity to purchase a historic ranch of this caliber. (Additional history is available upon request) Terrain: Rolling hills to level terrain with an elevation change of 130 feet (high elevation of 1290' and low elevation of 1160'). The East Fork of Bufford Creek meanders through the heart of the ranch. The riparian area along the creek is lined with mature elm and oak trees with incredible rock features of boulders and massive rock shelves creating a unique land feature. Pastureland is productive for cattle and there are scenic rocky ridges as well. Vegetation: This property is located in the Cross Timbers Region of Texas. Tree cover consists of mature live oak, post oak, cedar elm, hackberry, mesquite, and a variety of other trees commonly found in this area. Forbs, browse and cactus species include elbowbush, skunkbush, prickly pear, tasajillo, catclaw, lote bush and greenbrier to name a few. Native grasses include side oats, bluestem, switchgrass, Texas wintergrass, dropseed, buffalo grass, Indiangrass, curly mesquite, and a variety of other grasses. Wildlife habitat and pastureland is above average and in excellent condition. Water: There are at least twenty (20) earthen stock tanks providing water to livestock and wildlife in every pasture. Approximately 2 miles of the East Fork of Bufford Creek meanders through the middle of the ranch with seasonal pools of water. Rainfall averages around 29 inches annually and a rural water line runs along FM 701. (See below) Wildlife: Deer, turkey, hogs, quail, dove, ducks and native wildlife species are plentiful and provide great hunting and viewing. The free-ranging, low fence, trophy whitetail deer herd is one of the best you will find in Stephens County. Migratory ducks utilize the stock tanks in the fall and winter months creating additional hunting opportunities.The ranch has not been leased for hunting in decades (if ever) and the whitetail deer herd is in excellent condition as a result. There is one new deer feeder in place, but no other deer stands or feeders on the ranch. Deer Herd: The following data was obtained from a helicopter deer survey on October 20, 2021: TOTAL DEER: 213 DEER DENSITY: 1 deer per 13 acres BUCK: DOE RATIO: 1 buck: 3 does (43 bucks & 132 does) MATURE BUCKS: 8 mature bucks OTHER: Two bobcats, 6 coveys of quail, 96 hogs, 10 coyotes, and surprisingly only 5 turkey (which are normally abundant). Grazing: Carrying capacity for cattle is approximately 1 animal unit per 20-30 acres (depending on your goals and objectives). This ranch is 100% native with no land being cultivated. Rangeland is strong and cattle do very well in this area. Soils: A variety of soils types can be found. Lindy silt loam is common and may be used for cultivation, pasture, range, woodland, and wildlife. Other soils range from fine sandy loam to Throck clay to very stony/ bouldery soils. There are several areas conducive for cropland or wildlife food plots if desired by new owner. Fencing: Perimeter fences are in good to excellent condition and will hold cattle. There is approximately (1) mile of new fencing in the northwest portion of the ranch. In addition, several new gates have recently been installed to improve internal access. Eight (8) fenced pastures allow for rotational grazing and there are two (2) sets of cattle pens. Internal Roads & Access: There is a good system of roads to get around the property. Recent road work has improved internal access substantially. FM 701 runs along the East side of the ranch allowing access to the entrance gate in all weather conditions. Electricity: Oncor provides electricity to the property. There is electricity available throughout the property, but owner doesn't have any active meters since there are no structural improvements. Rural Water: A water meter was installed at the entrance to the property in July of 2022. Stephens Special Utility District is the water provider and has a 2" rural water line running down FM 701. Oil & Gas Production: There are several well heads, but only a couple pump jacks. Some flowlines impact a couple areas, but overall the production is not an issue with the property being in good live oak country. The roads are in good condition with nice gates. Easements: Sunoco Pipeline crosses the property creating a cleared right-of-way that is beneficial for hunting, grazing and viewing. It is regularly maintained. School District: Breckenridge ISD. Airports: Stephens County Airport is located a few miles south of Breckenridge. It is a quality airport with a 5000' runway to accommodate larger aircrafts. Fuel is available as well. Hospitals: Stephens Memorial Hospital is located in Breckenridge. Legal Description: 2806.33 acres located in TE&L Survey 2059 A-824, TE&L Survey 2058 A-823, J. Hopkins Survey A-74, TE&L Survey 1176 A-505, S.P. RR Co. Section 27 Block 4 A- 203, TE&L 2060 A-825, S.P. RR Co Section 23 Block 4 A-204, TE&L 1348 A-575 & TE&L 1351 A-578. Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC. Comments: This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a historic legacy ranch. The Black Brothers Muleshoe Ranch is a true representation of a premier Stephens County cattle and hunting ranch. Property Taxes: 2021 Taxes are $3649.61. Price: $2850 per acre ($7,998,040) Contact: Blake Hortenstine 214-616-1305 mobile Jack Fauntleroy 940-550-4432 mobile
$4,000,000  •  995.29 acres
Peoples Company is proud to offer an excellent opportunity to purchase a unique combination farm in southeast Kansas that has been in the same family for 4 generations.
$7,500,000  •  980 acres
For the first time, Hale Brothers Farm is available for purchase in the highly desired Columbia River Basin. Bob and Rick Hale, two brothers who are well-known in the West’s agricultural community, began their operations here over 40 years ago and grew their enterprise into what became, at its peak, one of the Columbia Basin’s largest vegetable producers annually growing over one billion pounds of vegetables as well as one of the largest growers, packers, and fresh-cut processors of onions in the world. These 980± acres being offered for sale are among the last of the brothers’ farmland holdings and represent the legacy of their commercial and agricultural accomplishments. Ideal for the owner/operator and farmland investor alike, Hale Brothers Farm is an unparalleled opportunity in today’s tightly held Columbia Basin real estate market, where quality operating properties are rarely offered to the public, to acquire an extremely productive farm with substantial upside potential. Hale Brothers Farm is located on State Highway 207 less than 15 miles south of Hermiston and Interstate 84 in the heart of the Columbia Basin. This region is home to the most coveted farmland in the United States, featuring a stable water source from the Columbia River, a long growing season, and ideal seasonal temperatures with hot days and cool nights. Extensive agricultural infrastructure coupled with near perfect growing conditions enable high-valued crops to be grown here that support a consistently strong regional economy and attract investment capital from around the world. Hale Brothers Farm features multiple layers of water rights providing the farming operations and water usage with flexibility and security. These rights include surface water rights from Butter Creek (which flows north through the property), groundwater rights from two on-site irrigation wells, and an off-season irrigation right from the Columbia River that is used during winter and springs months for soil recharge and frost protection. To supplement surface and groundwater rights, the farm leases in-season irrigation water sourced from the Columbia River. The first application of water from the Columbia was in 2021 through a newly installed water delivery system tied to the Columbia Improvement District (CID). Connecting the farm to the river through CID infrastructure was no small undertaking and required years of planning and a significant capital investment from the owners to accomplish. Converting leased irrigation water to permanent water from the Columbia could add significant value to the farm, and the owners believe this to be an achievable endeavor. Of the farm’s 980± acres, approximately 867 acres are tillable with 760± acres currently under sprinkler irrigation, including 50± acres under a center pivot installed in 2020. In 2006, the owners planted 50± acres of Duke variety blueberries using a drip irrigation system. These were the first blueberries to be grown in the area and continue to provide an excellent return on investment for the owners. The remaining cropland is seeded to wheat, alfalfa, and grass hay. The 2021 irrigated wheat crop averaged 160 bushels per acre, while the alfalfa hay has a historic yield of approximately eight tons per acre. With the additional water from CID, an operator has the option to raise a variety of other crops, such as corn seed, grass seed, peas, snap peas, and, with the conversion to drip irrigation, even melons and root crops. Soils on the property are excellent with the majority comprised of deep silt loam with an estimated water holding capacity of three inches per cubic foot. Most of the tillable land is made up of powder silt loam (0-3 percent slopes), while approximately 50 acres consist of Shano very fine sandy loam (2 to 7 percent slopes). Building improvements are modest but practical and are well-suited for farm employees or tenants. These include the original house (and also one of the area’s earliest homesteads) situated in the main farm compound, a second home located toward the south end of the farm, and a shop building with living quarters located on an elevated bench along the west boundary of the property. There are also several open-sided storage buildings located in the main compound and adjacent to the second residence. Co-listed with Caleb Howard of LandLeader/Land and Wildlife. The Facts: ~ Premier Columbia Basin irrigated farm ~ 980± total acres with 867± cropland acres ~ 760± acres under sprinkler irrigation ~ 50± acres under a new center pivot ~ 50± acres of Duke variety blueberries under drip irrigation ~ Multiple layers of irrigation water from the Columbia River, Butter Creek, and two wells ~ Updated and well-maintained irrigation equipment and infrastructure ~ Powder silt loam (0-3 percent slopes) across the majority of cropland acres ~ Building improvements include two homes, shop with living quarters, and multiple outbuildings ~ Less than 15 miles from Hermiston via paved Highway 207 ~ 50 miles from the Tri-Cities Airport in Pasco, WA servicing multiple airlines ~ Annual property taxes are approximately $14,500
$1,400,000  •  720 acres
Bear Flat Meadows is a sight to behold. An amazing opportunity to own a portion of this 720-acre piece of paradise. WATER....bear creek is a year-round spring-fed creek. Entering the property both from the West, and a fork from the North. There are several meadows, multiple ponds, and a healthy mature forest, this property is pure bliss! Stunning view of Mt. Shasta over meadows and ponds. The owners have worked with Fish and Wildlife to create a watershed habitat to stop silt from harming the flow of the creek through the largest meadow. The main branch of bear creek originates just 6 miles to the Southwest fed by springs. The North fork, also fed by multiple springs, originates approximately 7 miles to the North. Property Highlights: • Qualifies for deer landowner tags. • Abundant wildlife includes deer, elk, bear, bobcat, fox, grouse, quail, waterfowl, and more. • Fishing is a main recreational activity, along with swimming and floating in the largest pond. • This has been a family get-a-way for camping and family reunions over the years. • The forest has been well managed, with a 10-year harvest plan that keeps the forest healthy plus provides a nice income. • The property offers extreme privacy, yet just one mile off HWY 89 on Pondosa Rd. • 35 miles Northwest to I-5 and Mt. Shasta, and 23 miles South to Fall River Mills • This unique holding is being offered for sale with 66% ownership. • Enrolled in the Williamson Act.
$1,800,000  •  478.78 acres
Location: From Holly, CO 13.5 miles South on State Highway 89. The East side borders the Hwy and all-weather county roads P & R on the South and North Legal: NE¼ and W½ 27-Township 25S-Range 42W Size: 478.78 Deeded Acres 372 Sprinkler Irrigated 99.46 Dry Cropland 7.32 Other Water: Three irrigation wells located in the Southern High Plains Water District Permit # 17901-FP • 80 GPM – Depth 460 ft. Permit # 17906-FP • 85 GPM – Depth 525 ft. Permit # 17907-FP • 350 GPM+ – Depth 525 ft. Soils: 54.6% Richfield silt loam – 0-1% Slopes 41.4% Ulysses silt loam – 0-3% Slopes 4.0% Colby silt loam – 0-3% Slopes Irrigation System: 2013, 15 tower Valley polylined sprinkler with GPS guidance system which AgSense monitors. The system operates efficiently with 6psi regulators. The sprinkler, system booster pump and generator are driven by an 8.1 ci engine. For improved efficiency the booster pump has a VFD. This generator also powers the nearby submergible irrigation pump. The second submersible pump is powered by a generator driven by a 4-cylinder engine. The third irrigation well is a turbine pump driven via an 8.8 ci engine. All engines are PSI (Power Solutions Inc) engineered and run-on natural gas. The underground pipeline system connects all wells into a central system. FSA Data Crop Basis Yield* Corn 224.0 169 Wheat 202.5 70 Grain Sorghum .6 76 Sunflowers 4.6 723 * These are combination dryland and irrigated yields T-Yields Irrigated Corn 97 bu. Non-Irrigated Corn 54 bu. Irrigated Wheat 89 bu. Non-Irrigated Wheat 50 bu. Irrigated Grain Sorghum 71 bu. Non-Irrigated Grain Sorghum 33 bu. Comments: This farm has great access via a State Highway and all-weather county-maintained roads. There is 3-phase power on the 3 sides. Soils are some of the highest producing capabilities in the area which stands behind the high yields seen on this property. If not the, this is one of the cleanest noxious weed free farms in the area. Minerals: All Sellers Interest 100% Taxes: $1,619.14 – 2021 Price: $1,800,000
$6,788,038  •  379.22 acres
Unprecedented opportunity to own one of the most sought after farms in Buchanan County, Iowa. This 379.22 acre m/l contiguous property offers 360.64 FSA tillable acres carrying a CSR2 of 86.
$1,650,000  •  363.2 acres
Peoples Company is pleased to offer a high-quality irrigated farm located in Kit Carson County, Colorado just a 13 miles southeast of Burlington along County Road 58.
$823,732  •  316.82 acres
Gove/Lane County Line 316 Property Location: This property is located on the Gove/Lane County line, 1 mile west of Highway 23, and 15 miles north of Dighton, KS.  Legal Description: S34, T15, R29, 316.82 ACRES, E2 LESS RD R/W
$1,500,000  •  314 acres
The Lamar Mountain Ranch is located just North of Lamar Oklahoma in Hughes County, 92 miles from Oklahoma City and 200 miles from Dallas/Ft. Worth. This hardworking ranch has spent its entire life caring for and raising commercial cattle on its 314 acres. The ranch itself is relatively flat but just beyond its Western border the elevation increases about 200 feet creating breathtaking views of what locals call "Lamar Mountain". The property is mostly open with areas of dense hardwoods for cover. The soils on this ranch are mostly class 2 and 3 soils consisting of Dennis Loam, Verdigris Silt Loam and fine sandy loam. These soils are fertile and support rangeland production. The western pastures have been terraced to prevent erosion and have served their purpose well. The perimeter fences of the ranch have been completely replaced in recent years and are in great shape. There are some interior cross fences which are in need of repair but are serviceable. Running North to South through the middle of the ranch is an old railroad which has since been abandoned and rails removed leaving a strong rock base, now a driveway, allowing for year-round access to any part of the ranch regardless of wet conditions. In addition to easy access, good soils and fences, the ranch has 9 ponds meaning even in a drought year you can still water your livestock. The eastern side of the ranch has almost 4000 feet of road frontage and several access gates to the 3 cross fenced pastures. There is a small, older, barn in the south eastern pasture that could serve as shelter or hay storage. It is also on this side of the property where Middle Creek is located. Middle Creek isn't deep or wide meaning it's easy to maintain crossings and water gaps. The main low water crossing has been recently fixed to include a nice concrete crossing wide enough for pickups and equipment. While this ranch is a hardworking cattle ranch, we have to mention the opportunity for development of trophy whitetail and other game. The dense mountain side is home to many large whitetails that Hughes County is known for. The area is quiet, not heavily populated and located between two of Oklahoma's major rivers, The North and South Canadian. Looking at a map this valley is sandwiched between higher, densely forested areas on both the East and West side. This narrow strip of fertile flat land would make the perfect place to establish food plots and create deer habitat.
$684,420  •  311.1 acres
Under Contract
Here is a beautiful and diverse property with quiet blacktop frontage that is sure to appeal to almost everyone. This property has a great combination of timber, beautiful waterways and quality cropland all along rolling hills. There are endless opportunities between farming, hunting and the potential to build.
$1,500,000  •  300 acres
The East Divide Ranch is a 300+/- acre high alpine ranchgiving incredible Colorado views. Located above Carbondale, Colorado, thisstunning mountain town provides incredible recreational and social experiences.Carbondale sits only 45 minutes from Aspen, opening the door to even moreopportunities. The ranch borders the White River National Forest for over halfa mile along the ranch's southern border, giving you access to 4,000 acres ofpristine national forest. The ranch ranges from 8,280 ft to 8,540 ft in elevation andis covered in a mixture of high alpine vegetation, from aspen trees, spruce,and oak brush to large alpine meadows. The property also controls 11 seasonalwaterways and lies near East Divide Creek. All these attributes createexcellent habitats for elk and Mule deer. The ranch sits inside GMU 42 for alimited deer unit and over-the-counter elk unit hunting. You can draw landownertags for Mule deer giving you access to hunt in the White River NationalForest. The East Divide Ranch provides fantastic recreationalopportunities and the perfect place to escape everyday life. Recreationalopportunities include hunting, fishing, and hiking through the beauty ofColorado.
$287,640  •  159.8 acres
Under Contract
This 160 +/- acres consists of 140+/- tillable acres and 20 +/- acres of grass, trees, and waterway. This is a diverse property with something for just about everyone. Excellent upland bird habitat, mostly class 2 soils, a water well, nice corner posts set, with a small spring in the middle of the property, and an area known for large whitetails as well as mule deer. This property checks a lot of boxes for farmers, investors, and hunters.
$415,532  •  159 acres
Gove/Lane County Line 159 Property Location: This property is located on the Gove/Lane County line, 1 mile west of Highway 23, and 15 miles north of Dighton, KS.  Legal Description: S34, T15, R29, +/- 159 ACRES, NW4 LESS RD R/W
$525,000  •  158 acres
Under Contract
Wilson Wind & Farm Investment Tract  +/- 158.9 acres Location:  This property sits in the Smoky Hills Region of Kansas in Lincoln County. Just east of Wilson Lake, less than 10 miles from Wilson, KS, and only 3 miles North of Interstate I-70. Salina Regional Airport is just a 40-minute drive away from the property.   Legal: S30, T13, R09, ACRES 158.9, NE4 LESS RD R/W SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 13 RANGE 09 - LINCOLN COUNT
$408,200  •  157 acres
Gove/Lane County Line 157 Property Location: This property is located on the Gove/Lane County line, 1 mile west of Highway 23, and 15 miles north of Dighton, KS.  Legal Description: S34, T15, R29, 157 ACRES, SW4 LESS RD R/W
$436,800  •  156.98 acres
Pawnee County Cropland Quarter Property Location: This parcel lies approximately ½ mile East of Hwy 183 on V Rd, 18 miles NW of Larned, KS, 11 miles NE of Rozel, KS and 8 miles from the nearest Grain Elevator.  Legal Description: S27, T20, R18, ACRES 156.98, NE4 LESS ROW, Pawnee County, Kansas.  Property Description:  +/- 156.89 acres of tillable dryland ground, currently worked to plant fall crop.  This land provides great farm potential with approximately +/- 146.5 acres of Harney Soils (fu...
Contact for Price  •  155.41 acres
Under Contract
This high quality 155.405 surveyed acre farm, mostly all tillable, is presented by Ray L. Brownfield, Designated Managing Broker and Owner of Land Pro LLC in Oswego Illinois. This very productive farm is well located in Genoa Township in northern DeKalb County, Illinois in an area well known for productive farming operations and tremendously good Class A soils. The Productivity Index average is 140.95, primarily made up of Flanagan and Danabrook Silt Loam. (By comparison the Productivity Index of 147 is nearly perfect.) The Freise Farm is located on all weather blacktop Melms Road on the north and Birch Road on the south. It is two miles north of Genoa Illinois and two miles west of State Highway 23. Interstate 90 is approximately 10 miles to the north. The farm is well drained with two main tile lines, along with gently sloping topographical roll to contribute to natural drainage. There are no buildings, and the lease is open for 2023. This is an excellent investment opportunity being offered in two tracts by the “Choice” auction method, on September 20, 2022 Land Pro LLC during the live online only auction. For more auction details contact Ray Brownfield, ALC AFM, Designated Listing Broker for Land Pro LLC at 630.258.4800 or visit
$1,192,000  •  140.87 acres
Refined Madison County recreational property offered for sale. The Clanton Creek corridor in southern Madison County is known for its iconic rolling hills and limestone bluffs.
Contact for Price  •  139.19 acres
This high quality 139.192 surveyed acre farm, mostly tillable is presented by Ray L. Brownfield, Designated Managing Broker and Owner of Land Pro LLC in Oswego, Illinois. This productive farm is well located in southeastern Lee County. It has frontage on Brooklyn Road (2500 E) an all-weather blacktop and is located one mile west of State Highway 251, 4½ miles west of Interstate 39, and 3½ miles southwest of Compton, Illinois. The Kessler Farm has Class A soils with a Productivity Index of 138.7. The excellent soil types are composed primarily of Catlin, Elpaso, Flanagan, and Muscatune silt loams. The gently rolling topography provides natural drainage supplemented by field drainage tile (tile map included in auction booklet). The lease is open for 2023. There are several outbuildings on the property. Please contact Ray Brownfield ALC AFM, Land Pro LLC Listing Broker, with any questions at 630.258.4800. For more comprehensive information, visit
$4,500,000  •  136 acres
The Netter Creek Farm is set on 135 acres just minutes outside of Aurora, Oregon and 10 minutes from Interstate-5. The farm is supported by 107 acres of new varietal hazelnuts planted to a 11 ft. x 19 ft. spacing. The orchard was developed in phases, with 45 acres of Sacajawea planted in 2014 and a second planting of 40 acres of Sacajaweas occurred in 2015. In 2016 a 22 acre block of MacDonalds was planted. Irrigation is provided from water rights to an on-site reservoir fed from Netter Creek. The system is a Twig wireless automated system on four zones. Moisture content is monitored by two moisture sensors that are connected to the Probe-Schedule mobile application. The system is pressurized by a 25 hp pump. The orchard was patterned tiled on forty-foot centers. Soils are all high value and rated as Tier 1 for hazelnuts. Approximately 80+% of the soils are Latourell loam with another 10+% in Amity silt loam. This farm is further developed with a harvest staging area, loading dock, equipment storage and a barn. There are three separate permanent dwellings on the property. The main quarters consists of a 3300 square foot log home built in 1989. This overlooks the reservoir and is situated amongst tall shade trees, surrounded by an expansive lawn. This dwelling is currently rented to long-term tenants who meticulously maintain it. Two other dwellings are also rented to provide a supplemental cash flow. The first is a 2026 square foot home built in 1940. The second is a 1736 square foot home built in 2017. The Sacajawea and MacDonald varietals are highest value hazelnuts produced in Oregon and have good yields. This orchard is just about to come into maturity and will be an excellent farm for many years.