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$39,500,000  •  32,000 acres
$59,200,000 • Under Contract
The historic Circle Ranch located high in the Diablo Mountains of far-West Texas has had only three owners since Obadiah Bounds pioneered the ranch in 1879. He ran the O brand, giving rise to the ranch’s name. The ranch is located in Hudspeth and Culberson Counties, just 11 miles northwest of Van Horn, a 30-minute drive from the ranch south gate to its 6,000-foot jet-accessible airport, hospital, and town conveniences. El Paso, just 100 miles to the west, is a thriving major regional city with an international airport offering one-stop convenience virtually anywhere, domestic and worldwide. The fortress rim of the Diablos acts as a natural barrier for protection and creates a wilderness world unto itself.DescriptionCircle Ranch is as unique as it gets, with four distinct geographic regions or habitat providences combined into one ownership. Chihuahuan Desert, Mountain Canyonlands, High Grasslands, and Rolling Pine Highlands are balanced equally in acreage, providing for a diversity of habitats, plants, animals, and natural beauty. Mountain vistas are found throughout the ranch; as scenic as any part of the Big Bend, with clear views of Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in Texas (8,750 feet). Circle Ranch is the ‘heart’ of the Sierra Diablo Mountains and contains its highest peak – Diablo Peak (6,500 feet). The western escarpments overlook Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin 600,000-acre property. The area views are nothing short of stunning. The Circle’s owners’ management efforts have been dedicated for the past 17 years to improving range condition, habitat, and infrastructure. There is a road network, much of it milled for easy traveling throughout the ranch, and an extensive new water system that supports more than 200 watering stations. Subsoiling efforts on more than 8,000 acres and erosion control measures are designed within a holistic management philosophy, and have created healthier soil, more rainfall retention, better grassland cover, and more forage for wildlife and livestock. Livestock has been an essential tool in achieving the restoration goals and the ranch has an extensive pasture system for rotating cattle in a planned grazing system. The improvements are just as impressive as the landscape, located within a protected, sweeping valley with steep slope monument mountains, scattered all around a central headquarters complex. This is a family working and adventure ranch designed as a hacienda with interconnecting walls and buildings, creating a beautifully landscaped complex of houses, buildings, barns, patios, gardens, and lawns all under a forest of evergreen and deciduous trees on a drip irrigation system. The ranch, with its improvements, is immaculately maintained by an impressive local staff and is ready day-one for entertainment or quiet family enjoyment.Improvements Housing Main house:4-BR, 2-B, dining, living, kitchen, office, gun area, features oak floorsa full porch overlooks the Sierra Diablos.Constructed with rock quarried on the ranch.Large basement includes laundry, work benches, freezer, gun safe, food and wine storage, mouse-resistant clothes storageCommander’s quarters (CQ):Private walled garden and home.CQ is an exact replica of an Historic Fort Davis officer’s house.Bedroom and sitting room are connected by 25′ foyer/bar/coat room with gun closets, gun safe.2-baths,14’ ceilings, oak floorsSchool house:1BR with bunks1 bathGuest house1-BR, 1-LR, 1-B,full porch and enclosed garden front and rearAll houses are fully air conditioned and heatedAll baths are new or updatedAutomatic propane-powered electric back-up generator system able to run the entire HQ compound with all systems operating – summer or winterAutomatic sprinkler systemsProfessionally designed gardens300 transplanted treesTwo mechanically renovated walk-in cool roomsSmall weather station connecting to cellphones by an app for remote viewing.BarnVernacular Far West Texas historic structure, built for a working ranchCovered stallsTack roomFeed RoomWorkshop and benchesRetrofitted with rollup end doorsWinches for game butchering and/or vehicle servicingHorse breaking circleAdjacent horse pensMultiple water troughsDog runsFilled with 90-years of ranching paraphernaliaRifle Range 1,500-meter monumented rifle and pistol range with reactive steel targets and static target boards 25-yard pistol with steel targets 500-meter NRA match compliant silhouettes4-skeet trapsStorage area for targets, spotting scopes, shooting bagsCovered shooting positions with lounging, cooking, viewing areasThis is a military-grade range designed by Army and Marine long-distance rifle instructors and snipersHabitatThe Diablo Mountains are truly a high desert “Sky Island” with cool summers and monsoon rains. It is a range of mountains bridging the Guadalupe Mountains to the north with the Eagles, Van Horn, Sierra Viejas, Chinatis to the south and beyond into Mexico. These Mountain Islands are providing extremely important functions as a habitat island, with intermountain ridge lines and valleys serving as corridors for wildlife migration, especially between Texas and Mexico along the Rio Grande.Numerous bird species that are normally associated with the Rocky Mountains and/or Mexican Highlands are known to occur within this island of montane habitat. Hummingbirds, neotropical songbirds, eagles, hawks, and many more creates a year-round birding paradise.The climate and soils support a mix of desert and mountain vegetation from scrublands to grasslands, to pinon/juniper and oaks uplands. Grasses include Sideoats, Blue, Black, Hairy, and Chino grama as well as Cane Bluestem, Green Sprangle-Top, Tobosa, and many others. Along the canyon floors, and especially on the north facing hillside slopes, there are Piñon Pine, Juniper, daggers, and oaks.A variety of flowering plants and cacti provide habitat for migrating and resident birds, bats, and butterflies. The four distinct habitat providences on the ranch created by elevation, slope, topography, soils, and vegetation provides a diversity rarely found anywhere in Texas. Quail hunting in the Desert, Big Horn Sheep in the Mountain Canyonlands, Elk and Deer in the Rolling Pine Highlands, and Pronghorn in the High Grasslands. Circle Ranch has it all!WildlifeThe Circle Ranch, with its combination of geographic regional habitats, provides for the perfect location to manage and enjoy a variety for game and non-game species. Blue Quail hunting is second to none, as is the Desert Mule Deer, Elk, Big Horn Sheep, and Pronghorn. The ranch has a Level III Managed Land Deer Permit, providing for an extended season for Mule Deer and the opportunity for better management of the herd. Water distribution and road access, combined with excellent range condition and habitat provides for some of the best hunting in the state. Add the jaw-dropping mountain vistas, Circle stands alone. This area features all large ranch neighbors with low fences, including the Diablo Mountain Wildlife Management Area with a common focus of improving wildlife resources.Free-ranging game speciesDesert Bighorn Sheep (sheep permits received in 16 of the last 18 years).Desert Mule DeerPronghornElkAoudadCollared Peccary (Javelina)Scaled (Blue) QuailGamble’s QuailMearns Quail (Texas’ season is closed)Whitewing DoveMourning DoveCollared DoveTransient ducks in small numbersNon-game species and rescue animalsWild BurrosAlpacas & LlamasLonghornPrairie Dogs (6-Dog Towns)Predators (not hunted, seemingly in healthy balance)Mountain LionBobcatsCoyotesFerretsFoxesBadgersChupacabra (alleged)Birds of interestTransient waterfowl including ducks, curlew, seagullsMany songbirdsGolden Eagles (many pairs nest in the ranch’s cliffs)Great Horned OwlsMany other raptorsHummingbirdsMigratory Swallows (hundreds nest at HQ)also Mexican Freetail Bats (the Carlsbad bat populations feed and roost on and around the ranch)WaterWater on the Circle Ranch comes from a perched aquifer of shallow abundant sweet water. Most wells are only 60 feet deep with one well being 1,200 feet deep. Seven of the wells have electricity from Rio Grande Electric with submersible pumps and two are solar. Widespread electricity over the ranch provides opportunities to pump water to high, elevated storage where it gravity feeds to the more than 200 water troughs.50 storage structures1-40,000-gallon tank doubles as swimming pool: very beautiful site and very cold water200 plus waterers15-miles of quail lines in desert, north and Rock Water Hole pastures 60-miles (estimated) pipeline10-wells in service plus 1-well awaiting recompletion.Sources of incomeCattleBighorn PermitsDeer HuntsPronghorn HuntsNRCS Subsoil ContractsFuture Radio Tower LeasesGrass InsuranceMineralsMinerals Conveyed minerals are significantAlmost all 50 sections are Mineral Classified, Free Reserve or FeeOther Significant FeaturesIndian Cave “Most important cave dwelling in far-West Texas” according to Dr. Bob Malouf, former Chairman of Anthropology at Sul Ross State University.80 x 80 x head-high caveThe excavation is entirely under ranch control and currently suspended.It will require decades to complete.Recipient of National Geographic grants.Over 40 years, the excavation has produced extensive Pleistocene artifacts including 5 radio carbon charcoal dates (Arizona State University) that appear to predate earliest presumed human presence in North America by 25,000 years.Other artifactsSeveral unexplored caves.Many Native American campsites with grind holes and fire remains.Cornucopia Silver Mine shaftUS Geological Survey markersBurch Carson inscription – Carson was a renowned Bighorn Sheep Inspector who explored Circle’s mountains 70-years ago.Access and Area AmenitiesDriving accessCircle Ranch has easy access compared to most far-West Texas ranches6-miles north of IH10 on a county-maintained gravel road.Accessible from north via Sierra BlancaExit # 129, Allamoore is at American Talc which is clearly visible to first time arrivals at all times of day and brightly lit at nightFuel and mechanical services are available at Sierra Blanca 20-miles west, and Van Horn 11-miles east.Driving times from Exit 129: El Paso 1:30; Marfa 1:30, Midland 2:40; Santa Fe 6:00, San Antonio 6:15From Allamoore Exit 129, there is no stoplight or stop sign west to Santa Monica or east to JacksonvilleCommercial aircraft accessOnly 100-miles from El Paso, Circle ranch has unique accessibility compared to other West Texas ranchesHQ is less than two hours from El Paso International AirportEl Paso International Airport is served by Allegiant Air, American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United Express Nonstop service to and from Las Vegas, Oakland, San Diego, Orlando, Dallas-Fort Worth, Dallas-Love, Chicago-O’Hare, Los Angeles, Phoenix-Sky Harbor, Atlanta, Denver, Austin, Houston-Hobby, Houston-Intercontinental, San Antonio200 miles from Midland International AirportPrivate aircraft accessSouth gate is 30-minutes from the Culberson County Airport in Van Horn.6,000-foot main runway5,600-foot cross-wind landing stripsADF and GPS approachesSells low-lead and Jet-A fuelCan take a loaded C-130; G-4’s and G-5’sAny aircraft can land at Van Horn without violating insurance provisions, allowing use of time-shared airplanesVan Horn has good, abundant (1,200) hotel rooms for pilotsNearby town of Van HornA small town with pharmacy, schools, hardware, grocery, auto parts, Dollar General, and other amenitiesCircle Ranch owns a nice Foreman’s House and adjacent vacant lot in Van Horn’s best subdivision, across from the Van Horn Hospital.Van Horn Hospital, has a good emergency room and helipad; Bezos’s organization has upgraded this facility.Nearby ParksCarlsbad CavernsGuadalupe National ParkHistoric Fort DavisBig Bend National ParkBig Bend Ranch State ParkStaffThe ranch has one of the best ranch staff teams in West Texas with a long history of operating and caring for this amazing ranch and its owners. Cooking, cleaning, gardening, equipment driving, guiding, water system management, dirt work, and cowboying, all under the guidance of an excellent foreman. It’s a family of workers dedicated to making any owners use of the ranch seamless and enjoyable.The Ranch is offered with all the operational equipment, tools, equipment, vehicles, and livestock.
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$25,000,000  •  26,600 acres
$31,000,000
Dean Witter's legacy ranch with 26,600 +/- acres and over 16 miles of Eel River frontage. Headquarters home with phenomenal river and panoramic views, a horse ranch, cow facilities handling 800 mother cows year around, many other homes and outbuildings and abundant wildlife.
$50,000,000  •  11,600 acres
Greg Norman's Seven Lakes Ranch is a sportsman's paradise encompassing 11,600 acres of varied terrain.
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$13,619,760  •  10,318 acres
$15,900,000
Located on the southern edge of the Edwards Plateau just before the hills give way to the South Texas Plains, Piñon Ranch’s 10,318+/- acres are a fusion of the Hill Country and South Texas.  Dramatic topography, unspoiled vistas, and diverse plant species - including piñon pines!
$29,547,200  •  10,016 acres
West Powderhorn Ranch is remarkably diverse with its extensive forests of coastal live oak, intact wetlands, coastal prairies and a range of fishery habitats. The combination of these natural habitats has provided for a huge diversity of wildlife and a rich ranching heritage.
$13,000,000  •  7,334 acres
Bill E. Newman Real Estate LLC and Cruikshank Realty, Inc. are excited to be marketing the Sterrett Irrigated Farm. This farm, if not, is one of the largest contiguous irrigated farms in the Oklahoma Panhandle. The Sterrett Farm offers a Buyer the opportunity to own a masterfully planned income crop producing operation with the potential of hunting as a secondary income. With all its allocated water, productive sandy soils, location and accessibility it offers a multitude of investment opportunities. The only major improvements on the property are those associated with production, irrigation wells, sprinklers, water pipeline, gas pipeline, and electrical wiring. The only house is adequate for an onsite manager. The possibility of diversifying into a livestock operation whether it be cattle feed yard, dairy, year around grazing or establishing a organic operation are wide open. This level to gently rolling farm with its sandy soils, ability to produce 14,000 GPM (10,900 ac ft/year), and an almost ideal growing climate with its location makes this farm a prime income property.
$3,212,140  •  6,004 acres
Dos Lomas Ranch is located between Ft. Stockton and Ozona fronting for over 5 miles on the north side of Interstate 10 and its frontage road at Exit 314 just 10 miles as the crow flies south west of Iraan. San Antonio is just 3.5 hours to the east making this an excellent weekend recreation ranch. Acreage 6,004 +/- Acres in Pecos County The name of the ranch comes from two high limestone mountain tops that dominate the views from around the ranch. Broad tops with big valleys creates a combination of easy accessible gentle land with deeper soil and the limestone bluffs, rim country, steep hills, and canyon heads creating a diversity of habitats and landforms. This is a working ranch with exceptional hunting. It’s also loaded with canyons, mountains, caves, and excellent vegetation cover making this a hiker and explorers dream. It has been well managed for decades and is known for its combination of native grass, shrubs, and trees. A combination of three large pastures and two traps with pens and extensive water infrastructure complete this working ranch. Some call this “divide country” as the ranch has tremendous topography with a road infrastructure that allows easy access up on top and across the entire ranch. Flay grassy mesa tops with a natural Playa Lake or “Buffalo Wallow” contrast with the rim rock canyons, broad valleys, wooded steep limestone bluffs. This is Western Edwards Plateau transitioning into the Chihuahuan Deseret a convergence of two biologically-distinct eco-regions in Texas. Dos Lomas is the perfect combination of topography, vegetation, accessibility, scenery, history and romance. The Headquarters is simple but functional with a foreman’s house and owner/hunter camp house. The old historic house burned many years ago but there is an excellent location to build a new owners lodge. There are some outbuildings, barns and pens located at the Headquarters. The owners have worked for decades with the NRCS in cost share programs to improve rangeland and building new fences within the ranch. From yucca and sotol, to hackberry and mesquite woodlands, to persimmon and juniper, the ranch represents a crossroads of diverse habitats. The property’s browse and grasslands are in great condition, a result of responsible grazing methods. Native grasses, forbs, browse, brush, cacti and trees not only provide excellent habitat for gamespecies such as deer, turkey, quail, and dove, but also for non-game species such as Texas horned lizard, neotropical songbirds, fox, ringtail cat, and many other animals.Mule deer, and whitetail deer populations on the Ranch are great. The population is about 50/50 for the two deer types and, within the steep terrain along the canyons, one can also find Aoudad sheep. Wing shooting opportunities for blue quail and mourning dove are tremendous. The ranch has a MLD Level II permit and has been carefully managed over the decades by responsible hunters. The ranch is divided into upper mesa land and lower valley/canyon land. There are 3 wells below the rim with one being a windmill and the other two being submersible with electricity. The submersible in West Pasture is pumped up the rim and supplies water on top. There is also a Windmill on top in the East Pasture. The water is shallow, accessible, prolific, and is high quality, being part of the Edwards-Trinity or Plateau Aquifer. The three wells below the rim are 300 feet in depth with water at 120 feet and the one windmill on top is 600 feet deep. Storage tanks and troughs distribute water around each pasture and at the Headquarters. One water through on top near the pens is supplied by a neighbor’s well. This ranch is adjacent to the Yates Field one of the most prolific Oil Fields in the World which has produced over one Billion Barrels of Oil. There are no active wells or leases on the Dos Lomas Ranch. There are three Mineral Classified Sections and the Sellers will convey 10% of fee minerals owned. The fee minerals conveyed will allow any future surface owner to provide for Surface Protection provisions in any new Lease. There is a 137 KV Transmission Line across the west end of the ranch from the Interstate up and out the top of the ranch. The owners have had interest from both Solar and Wind developers in the past. They will convey all Solar and Wind rights.
$17,728,327  •  5,454 acres
Historic ranch formerly owned by George R. Brown Construction spanning Wharton and Brazoria County. Extremely versatile ranch fronting the San Bernard river and sporting other breathtaking water features. Sprawling pastures and huge centuries old oaks and other hardwood forestry provide sanctuary for the managed deer herd and a smorgasbord of other wildlife. Duck hunting and bass fishing can also be enjoyed. Great soil types and natural beauty make this ranch a rare find. Owner will divide. Hurry!!! This one won’t last!!!
$6,704,800  •  4,624 acres
The ± 4,624-acre Jacalon Ranch, located about 20 minutes from Hebbronville on the southeastern corner of Webb and northeastern corner of Zapata counties, is the South Texas ranch that wildlife enthusiasts dream of. The low-fenced ranch, surrounded by sprawling historic ranches, is home to exceptional whitetail and quail (both bobs and blues) hunting. Dove and waterfowl are abundant in their seasons. Thriving wildlife populations are a combination of exceptional habitat and effective, conscientious game management. The Jacalon Ranch, that traces its beginnings to the Jose Vasquez Borrego Spanish land grant issued in the 1760s, benefits from both. The trophy whitetail herd is managed under a MLD Level III Permit. For the past six seasons, limited hunting pressure has been applied. The diverse soil (Brundage Fine Sandy Loam, Copita Fine Sandy Loam, Hebbronville Loamy Fine Sand, Maverick-Catarina Complex, Zapata-Outcrop Complex and Gently Undulating) produces diverse vegetation delivering a natural buffet of high-energy, high-protein browse and forbs that grow robust animals. It is a rare ranch that encompasses so much diverse soil, topography and habitat. The Jacalon Ranch is in an ecological transition zone marked by the Bordas Escarpment that runs through the upper portion of the ranch. It brings together the famous red sandy country, brush motts and savannah grasslands of the Coastal Plains with the rolling hills and flatlands typical of this region of South Texas. Thanks to the escarpment the ranch also offers stunning views. On clear days, you can see Mexico’s Sierra Madre Mountains—and they’re 125 miles away. Even the strongest habitat can’t support wildlife without water. Fortunately, the Jacalon Ranch delivers with four wells, 7 stock tanks, and several creeks distributed throughout. A windmill, located near the ranch entrance, pulls from a well at 200 feet. Two more newly drilled wells that hit water at 400 feet are in the same general area and offer 4,500 gallons of storage. These wells, which flow at approximately 10 – 15 gpm each, have excellent quality drinking water. The fourth well, near the center of the ranch, extends 1,050 feet deep and provides water for wildlife, livestock and filling tanks at a rate of ± 40 gpm. FM 649 provides road frontage access to the ranch and its centerpiece, the Jacalon Ranch Lodge beautifully appointed with Spanish and Southwestern furniture and décor befitting its history and location. The lodge boasts 11 suites each with a private bath. The suites join the soaring two-story main building; the complex is equipped with telephone, high-speed internet and dish satellite. Designed to easily handle a crowd, the lodge includes a modern kitchen, a large dining room and bar area, a utility room and a full bath in the common area. Guests can enjoy a fire pit and an outdoor seating area in the midst of a native landscape oasis. A rain catchment system with an 8,000 gallon capacity helps meet water needs. To make coming and going even easier, the Jacalon Ranch Runway, a private/restricted 3,900 foot turf runway (TE89), is located adjacent to the lodge. Jim Hogg County Airport, with a paved and lighted 5,000 foot runaway, is 20 minutes away and the Laredo International Airport, which handles private and commercial flights, is 40 minutes away. The Jacalon Ranch is the stuff of a wildlife enthusiasts’ dreams—but it’s real. To experience the Jacalon Ranch for yourself, contact Howard W. Hood at 830-739-3815. Available for $1,450/acre.
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$11,500,000  •  4,250 acres
$12,900,000
The Dos Hermanos Ranch is 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!
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$12,086,400  •  3,777 acres
$12,150,400
3777 +/- ACRE CATTLE RANCHPrice Reduced: $3,200 per acreAnimal Units: Runs 1000 mother cowsTerms: CashLocation: S.E. Oklahoma, Pittsburg Co., just south of McAlester, OK.Comments:  Without a doubt, one of the best cattle ranches anywhere. Grasses have been developed over years and years. You will not find a more productive cattle ranch. This ranch is 95% open. Current owners usually run 2,500 yearlings.Improvements:    Large brick home, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath    Second brick home (very nice) 3 bedroom, 1 bath    Mobile home    Wood Framed cottage    Antique Hunter’s Cabin    6 cattle corrals    Numerous metal holding pens    Scales    Permanent mineral feeding stations with concrete floors in all pastures    Excellent rock roads throughout ranch with cattle guards    4 bay shop with offices (80x40)    5 bay shop with equipment sheds on both sides (100x80)    Overhead feed bins scattered throughout ranch    Metal barn (multi-purpose) (80x50)    Metal barn (multi-purpose) (80x40)    11 (40x50) pole barns    Dog kennels with feed storage Water:   Very well watered with numerous ponds and lakes. Rural water. Terrain:  Gently rolling hills with a wooded ridge that runs through the middle of the ranch which provides some of the best wildlife habitat anywhere. Fences:    Excellent interior and exterior fences. Ranch is divided into numerous pastures. Grasses:    Bermuda, fescue, numerous native grasses, rye grass and clovers.  Winter wheat is often no-tilled into some of the pastures and is sometimes harvested. Game:    Whitetail deer. Water fowl hunting and great fishing. Leases:   1,100 adjoining acres have been leased by the ranch for many years and buyer can probably assume the lease which would carry an additional 200 cows. When buying property, offered by Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales, the buyer’s agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation, if any, will be at sole discretion of Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales.
$5,205,200  •  3,718 acres
Summary:- 3,718 Deeded, 638 State, & 540 BLM- Highway Location- Pheasants, Whitetails, and Mule Deer- 711 Tillable Acres- 9  miles Meandering McDonald Creek- Wells, Water Tanks, & Reservoirs
$6,226,000  •  2,830 acres
Ford-Lightner Ranch was once called the Ford-Henderson Ranch which is a combination of Central Rolling Red Plains fields and Edwards Plateau limestone hills. Reubes Creek runs west to east through the north part of the ranch which has semi-permeant pools with large mesquite and oak lined wooded bank
$19,500,000  •  1,900 acres
MC Ranch sits on the headwaters of Myrtle Creek. This panoramic 1,900± acre box canyon ranch has 20 miles of chip sealed and gravel roads that allows access to every hilltop and valley. It offers the unique opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors—hunt whitetail deer, free-range buffalo, turkey, exotic game and fish for trophy bass. The 7± acre lake has been stocked with sun perch, blue catfish and hybrid Florida largemouth bass. There are also nine dammed ponds, two natural spring-fed lakes, and large valleys. The ranch perimeter is high-fenced and has been stocked with exotics and whitetail deer from the closed-herd deer breeding program. The TC-1 deer breeding operation spans 13.9± acres, with 15 pens and breeding facility. ​ The main home has three bedrooms and three baths with an open floor plan and an impressive rock fireplace. The sun room overlooks the water fall and the game room includes pool table, poker table, dart board, flat screen TV and jukebox. The flowing Myrtle Creek offers a tranquil view from the front porch. The guesthouse has three beds and two baths, full kitchen and large front porch and rear porch. A large open-air pavilion with full kitchen and large fireplace is the perfect place for entertaining. ​ MC Ranch is located nine miles from Bandera, 18 miles from Kerrville, 36 miles from Boerne, and 60 miles northwest of San Antonio. Need to fly in? Kerrville is the closest airport with two runways up to 6,000 feet. ​ MC Ranch provides a perfect balance of fertile valleys, rolling hills, rising bluffs for enjoying the scenery, hiking, hunting of trophy game and large lakes for fishing and swimming. This ranch is a must see to fully appreciate all of its beauty!
$3,807,625  •  1,835 acres
This Excellent Turnkey Hunting ranch is located in Duval County which is the heart of the Muy Grande Deer contest. It has excellent improvements and has been well managed for 10 years.
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$6,570,000  •  1,800 acres
Spring Creek is a fantastic low fenced ranch surrounded by huge neighbors that is within a three hour drive from Houston. The ranch harbors a great herd of managed native white-tailed deer, a large number of turkey, and ample semi-open country for bountiful quail hunting.
$3,211,255  •  1,789 acres
The Kirkpatrick Ranch has been in the same family since the 1940's. It is located 15 miles NW of San Angelo, Texas. This beautiful ranch has excellent wildlife habitat. Big Bull Mesquites fill the flats and draws and Cedar/Juniper on the mountain tops. A solid variety of native brush inhabits the entire ranch. Mule Creek runs along the eastern portion of the property. Only family and friends have hunted the ranch and the superb game population reflects this. White-tailed deer, turkey, quail, dove and wild hogs call this property home. The East and North sides of the ranch are high-fenced. All roads are in good condition, with one all weather road leading to the headquarters. Camp consists of an approximately 700 SF cabin in excellent condition (a/c and heat), one older bunk house and a barn. Water is provided by 1 electric submersible pump well, 1 windmill, & 4 rainwater catchment stations. A truly solid ranch that is near to all of the amenities that the City of San Angelo has to offer.
$6,500,000  •  1,734 acres
Circle Bar RanchCircle Bar Ranch is a highly productive ranch in the scenic Potomac Valley with excellent agricultural production, big game hunting and scenic splendor offering an owner an attractive lifestyle balancing agriculture and recreation. In the same family since 1888, the ranch includes 1,734±  acres and senior water rights with a large portion of the acreage irrigated. The terrain consists of approximately 554 acres of irrigated hay, grain and pasture, over 750 acres of forested terrain, and the balance in wild hay and grazing pastures. Multiple small creeks lace the landscape and create small wetlands and sub-irrigated areas that are frequented by elk, whitetail deer, and turkey. Extensive irrigation systems including center-pivot sprinklers and wheel lines along with extensive cross-fencing and a variety of pens and holding areas are the heart of the operation. The ranch compound includes two older homes, two barns and a number of other outbuildings. Missoula is only 20 minutes away allowing easy access to services and an international airport. Conservation easements are in place on a majority of the acreage.The Facts:Highly productive ranch in same family since 18881,1734± acres with 554± acres irrigated and 200± acres in timberPaved access 20 minutes from Missoula in scenic Potomac ValleyTwo homes, two barns and multiple outbuildings1883 priority water rights, with recently added center-pivot plus two older pivotsOutstanding hunting for elk, whitetail, and turkeyMultiple streams and creeks flow through propertyConservation easement allows for choice of two building sites for an additional home, plus an additional 60 acres are outside of the conservation easement and provide a super-premium build location. 
$1,480,000  •  1,660 acres
1420 deeded acres with 160 State Lease and 80 acres BLM. Mountain Ranch with Log Cabin, Broad Spectrum of wild life, 2 creeks, brookie fishing, water falls, and 1/4 mile long cave. Must see property
$3,011,894  •  1,598 acres
Acres: 1,598 +/- Acres. Price: $1,895 per acre Terms: Cash Location: Adair and Sequoyah Counties, just S.E. of Stilwell, OK. Secluded high in the mountains of N.E. Oklahoma. 25 miles west of the Arkansas line, 45 minutes from Ft. Smith, Arkansas. Comments: This outstanding hunting and recreation ranch has 1,000 acres of high fencing and has blacktop road access. Approximately 85-90% is covered in mature hardwood and pine timber with crystal clear spring fed creeks meandering through the valleys. The mountain meadows are breathtaking and most mornings you can hear turkeys gobbling from the east to the west. Many springs and beautiful waterfalls on the property, deer stands and feeders included, as well as equipment. Ready to go for 2018 fall hunting season, full preserve status on the high fence portion, normal Oklahoma seasons and regulations do not apply! Improvements: 2 cabins, 1 mobile home Water: Well water is used on the ranch, 1,000 feet of Little Lee Creek which is best known for clear water and small mouth bass, several creeks and ponds, and rainfall averages about 45 inches per year. There are numerous potential lake sites on the property. Terrain: Quietly secluded high in the Ozark mountains of northeast Oklahoma, canyon and hill covered terrain, an abundance of mature native forest and elevation changes of over 870 feet. The rugged terrain is balanced by lush open valleys and stone-bottomed creeks throughout the ranch. Being primarily wooded with a mixture of native hardwoods and pines, the utmost care has been taken to manage the dense forestation for the maximum benefit of the wildlife. Fences: Ranch has 1,000 acres behind high game fence. Game: Whitetail deer, wild Eastern turkey, upland birds, quail, wild hogs and black bear. Because of the preserve status, you can hunt without regard to season or bag limits! The Whitetail deer have great Northern genetics, and some world class trophy bucks. Minerals: Can be purchased separately. When buying property, offered by Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales, the buyer’s agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation, if any, will be at sole discretion of Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales.
$14,300,000  •  1,508 acres
Gallagher Headquarters Ranch, a world unto itself, spans 1,508 acres of lush Hill Country mountains, clear ambling San Geronimo Creek with its deep lakes and limestone bed shoals, ancient signature Live Oaks, and one of the most historic and well restored headquarters in Texas.
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$4,850,000  •  1,276 acres
$5,000,000
Spectacular high fenced, gamed managed ranch in the gentel rolling hills of NW Real County. Fly in using your own private paved airstrip or it's an easy drive from almost anwwhere in the state. Turn-key property with high end improvements. Regulary produces WT bucks over 200 in.
$3,480,000  •  1,160 acres
Under Contract
Lytle Creek Ranch - Crook County, Wyoming 1,160 acres - $3,480,000 . A hidden gem in the western Black Hills along Lytle Creek. This scenic mountain ranch lays adjacent to the National Forest on the west slope of the Bear Lodge Mountains. It offers live water, an incredible setting, and abundant wildlife in an end of the road location. The Lytle Creek Ranch has been in the same family for over 100 years and offers 1,160 deeded acres. The entire east side of the ranch borders the Black Hills National Forest. A portion of the property extends east into the Forest Service and borders public land on three sides. The property encompasses a striking mixture of topographical features creating outstanding scenery and panoramic vistas. Pristine pine covered hills, steep canyons with rock bluffs, open parks, aspen groves, high plateaus with unobstructed views, rolling hay meadows, pretty creek bottoms and bur oak draws provide an exquisite landscape. Birch, box elder, chokecherry, service berry, Oregon grape, currant, wild rose, juniper, buffalo berry, horsemint, wild raspberry, purple coneflower and many other native bushes and wildflowers complete the backdrop. Hay is produced on approximately 215 acres. The mature stands of ponderosa pine timber were cruised by the Wyoming State Forestry, who determined that the ranch has a good amount of marketable timber. Several spots on the ranch provide a view of Devils Tower and the Missouri Buttes. Almost two miles of Lytle Creek meanders through the south end of the ranch. Beaver have taken advantage of the environment along the creek and constructed some ponds. The ranch also has several springs, with one of the larger spring developments supplying water for the improvements and several stock tanks. The headquarters sits on a wide plateau in the north central part of the ranch and is accessed from a county road. This plateau is between the Blacktail Creek Valley and the Lytle Creek Valley. A comfortable three-bedroom home plus a hunter's cabin, several barns, machine shed, shop, and corrals make an adequate set of working improvements. Beautiful views can be enjoyed in every direction near the headquarters. Colorful sunsets are a frequent display on the western horizon. On a clear day the Big Horn Mountains may be seen in the distance. Forest Service Road #847 runs through the south side of the property. Bear Lodge District Snowmobile Trail E lays southeast of the ranch. It connects with other trails that lead deeper into the Bear Lodge. The diversity of terrain, the feed base and access to water make excellent wildlife habitat on the ranch. Many species of wildlife frequent the area including Whitetail deer, elk, turkey, beaver, fox, coyote, mountain lion, eagles, and hawks. Located in northeastern Wyoming, the property is just 20 minutes southwest of Hulett. Other nearby Wyoming destinations are Devils Tower, Sundance, Moorcroft, Gillette and Keyhole State Park. To the east several South Dakota towns are within a one to two hour drive from the ranch, they include Spearfish, Deadwood, Sturgis and Rapid City. The Black Hills and northeastern Wyoming are renowned as a year round outdoor recreation and hunting destination. A truly rare find, this property has almost everything you could wish for in a Black Hills ranch. The combination of majestic vistas, a picturesque countryside, live water, privacy, wildlife and access to public lands make the Lytle Creek Ranch a place you'll want to enjoy for a lifetime. $3,480,000. Visit www.ArnoldRealty.com for more information or call listing broker, Jim Pederson at Arnold Realty, Inc. 307-746-2083.