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$1,060,000  •  1,060,000 acres
This 200+/- acre Wayne County Iowa tract sits directly among some of the most sought after whitetail hunting land Iowa has to offer. The seller bought this property in 2005, had a vision, and developed this farm into an absolute habitat paradise. Throughout the immediate area, several properties ranging from 500-1500 acres are all striving towards the same management practices. Each and every single year, 200" whitetails are harvested within this area, and just this year a 220" was harvested 1/2 mile from this property. Entering the gated drive, lies a 40' x 60' steel structure with 28' x 40' fully finished living quarters. This two bedroom and two bath setup is perfect for the weekend getaway, hunting camp, or even a primary residence. The scenic view, wood-burning stove, and barn board wall accents are just a few attributes making this place feel like home. The remaining fully concreted square feet serve as a garage or hobby work area. The 30' x 40' machine shed adds additional storage for farm equipment, ATV's, and all your hunting gear. Directly aside the shed sits a fully restored barn from the 1940's era with newer roof, siding, and electric. Roughly 15,000 trees and shrubs over 33.8 acres were planted in 2005 for the CP22 program. With a payment rate of $89.20 per acre, these acres produce $3,015 annually set to expire 9/30/2019. A well maintained trail system allows undetected entry and exit throughout the farm, and also provides several perfect ambush sites during the rut. The timbered draws serve as connecting points to the surrounding farms making this property on of the best in the area during November! Approximately four acres of hinge cutting and several areas seeded down to native grasses add additional holding power. The bedding habitat on this farm is as good as it gets! Several hidden clover plots and two larger row crop plots established in strategic locations attract the local deer herd. There are multiple hunting options depending on the wind direction for this farm. The current tree-stand and box blind setups make this property ready for any hunter during all of Iowa's seasons. The well fenced 60+/- acres of pasture currently generates $5,000 annual income and could be converted to row-crop, native grasses, or alfalfa. In addition, 20+/- acres of open ground on the southern border could be converted from hay production to the new owners choice. Fishing with the family on one of the stocked ponds would be a great way to spend hot summer days. This turn-key farm has the travel routes and holding power to produce giant Iowa bucks on a yearly basis. Properties of this caliber and location are getting extremely difficult to find! Listing ID: 14010-72629
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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.
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$25,000,000  •  26,600 acres
$31,000,000
Lone Pine Ranch FOR ALL PHOTOS, INTERACTIVE MAPS AND THE MOST COMPLETE INFORMATION AVAILABLE VISIT HALL AND HALL PROPERTY WEBSITEThere is nothing the least bit contrived about this place. Lone Pine Ranch is the land legacy of stock market titan, Dean Witter. Authentic is the most fitting single word description of this historic landholding spanning across Trinity and Mendocino counties in Northern California. Comprised of three large ranches purchased by Mr. Witter starting in 1942, this ranch is gargantuan in size and nonpareil in natural beauty. With over 26,600 deeded acres all in one contiguous block, it is supported by viable cattle and timber operations. The ranch is conservatively estimated to have a carrying capacity of over 800 cows and approximately 30% of the ranch is a tenderly managed timber resource. There are over 16.5 miles of frontage on Northern California's Eel River, which covets National Wild and Scenic designation. Salmon and steelhead still migrate into these waters from the Pacific Ocean, and resident wildlife includes plentiful populations of elk, blacktail deer, pig, bear and quail. The old-time improvements convey the sense of a living museum. The main home, built in the mid-1940s, overlooks the Eel River canyon from a vantage point that still looks today much like it did when Mr. Witter made the decision to build here. The creak of the screen doors is an auditory time machine that journeys back to the innocent joys of childhood.
$4,900,000  •  11,000 acres
Engdahl RanchThe Engdahl Ranch has been owned and operated by the Engdahl family for over 80 years. This productive and well-managed grass ranch includes 15,797± acres of which approximately 11,257 are deeded; the balance consists of 3,900± acres of BLM lease and 640± acres of state lease. The ranch is predominantly native range with approximately 1,300 acres of productive dryland farm ground. There are significant stands of pine in the most northern reaches of the ranch as well as several seasonal drainages. Good water, strong forage and thick cover are the key ingredients that make this both a great livestock ranch and an outstanding hunting property for deer and elk. The headquarters is located approximately 20 miles northwest of Jordan and has two well-cared-for homes, and ancillary support buildings for machinery and livestock.The Facts:15,790± total acres11,250± deeded acres4,500± BLM and State leases 1,300 acres of dryland farm ground20 miles northwest of Jordan, MontanaGood-quality improvements Strong year-round reservoirs Deer and elk hunting
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$19,000,000  •  10,598 acres
$22,000,000
Miller Lake RanchMiller Lake Ranch represents a unique opportunity to effectively own your own national park. This 10,000± acre alpine ranch includes the tops of two 10,000-foot-tall granite peaks and miles of the Continental Divide. Rock ridges loom 1,500 feet above the timber, lakes and creek of this dead-end mountain valley. Privacy is here in the extreme. Wolves, bears, elk, deer, sheep and moose all summer here. Cutthroat trout fill the lake. Winter is deep in snow and pristine. Yet, for all its seclusion, the Miller Lake Ranch is located surprisingly close to airports, interstate, towns, hospitals and supplies. The Facts • 10,598± deeded acres • City of Anaconda -- 14 miles • Commercial air service -- 26 miles • Mill Creek -- 6.7 miles of creek on the ranch • Three lakes: 12± acre Miller Lake 7± acre Lost Lake 14± acre Tenmile Lake • Continental Divide ownership -- 5 miles • Pubic lands boundary -- 7 miles • Timbered creek-lined valley framed by two 10,000-foot-tall granite mountain ridges • Jet-capable airport with instrument approach -- 9 miles • Trout fishing (in addition to the ranch’s creek and lake) on fabled Blue Ribbon Big Hole River -- 12 miles • State Scenic Highway entrance • 6,500’ to 10,500’ elevations • America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses (Golf Digest rated) Nicklaus Signature golf course – 14 miles • Top 100 rated Critical Access Hospital in America – 14 miles • Fairmont Hot Springs Resort – 16 miles; includes spa, dining, water slide • Downhill skiing – 32 miles to Discovery Basin • Water skiing – 26 miles to Georgetown Lake
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$12,900,000  •  6,943 acres
$13,500,000
North Fork LodgeHighlighted by historic stone buildings overlooking a lake in the heart of this expansive 6,943± acre property, North Fork Lodge is known for its diverse landscape, quality hunting and extensive timber resources. Manicured grounds surrounding the beautiful lodge buildings complement the wild nature of its timbered hillsides, ridgelines, creek bottoms and hollows. The property has served as a gathering place for generations, offering a multitude of activities including a ski and sledding hill, fishing and boating, hiking, hunting, trap and skeet shooting. An extensive network of internal roads provides access throughout the property for recreation and to the timber reserves. The property is conveniently located near the town of St. Marys and within easy reach of a number of eastern US metropolitan areas.The Facts:Encompassing 6,943± acres, this is one of Pennsylvania’s largest properties owned by a private individualBorders Elk State Forest and State Game Lands on three sidesExcellent deer, bear and turkey hunting as a result of quality habitat and careful wildlife managementSignificant marketable timber resource of varying age classes provides sustainable income streamWater resources include North Fork and West Creek streams with brook trout, the main lake, and a stocked bass pondHistoric buildings include the authentic stone lodge built in 1921, adjacent kitchen and dining facility with additional lodging, ski chalet, and accessory buildings.The facilities can comfortably accommodate 30-38 guestsExcellent internal road system with approximately 150 miles of roads and several new bridgesAdditional amenities include ski/sledding slope, skeet and trap shootingLocated 8 miles northeast of St. Marys in Elk County, PA, in the heart of Pennsylvania deer and elk countrySt. Marys is home to over 13,000 people and is located between 120 - 300 miles of New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Pittsburgh and Cleveland
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$19,950,000  •  6,573 acres
$29,950,000
Just 14 miles south of Montrose, Colorado, the Buckhorn Mountain Ranch spreads across 6,573± deeded acres and 6,003± leased BLM acres of stunningly beautiful land at the base of Storm King Peak. Located in Montrose and Ouray Counties, the ranch has magnificent views of the San Juan Mountains.
$23,000,000  •  5,955 acres
5,955± acre parcel has a blend of scattered forest and alpine slopes and meadows. This ranch offers panoramic vistas of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The whole ranch (east + west sides) accrues a total of 111 landowner elk permits. 356.895 acre feet of water rights. Several buildings on site.
$9,990,000  •  5,748 acres
Warren Peak RanchFOR ALL PHOTOS, INTERACTIVE MAPS AND THE MOST COMPLETE INFORMATION AVAILABLE VISIT WWW.HALLANDHALL.COM Warren Peak, at 10,463 feet above sea level, dominates the view on this ranch. The property is located in an area overlooked by many despite the fact that it has everything a western ranch buyer could want, from easy access off the pavement to a large wilderness area just beyond the doorstep. This property is sizeable for the area with 5,748 deeded acres as well as a full section of State lease for a total of 6,388 acres. With plentiful range, stock water, and 890 acres under irrigation (5 pivots) with solid water rights, this has the potential to be a balanced operation with an estimated carrying capacity of 360 animal units (AUs).Trout Creek flows through the property offering on-site small stream fishing and the views from this place will stop you on a dime. Snow skiing is 30 minutes away at Discovery Basin and it is equidistant to the main stem of Rock Creek, a blue-ribbon trout fishery. The 158,000-acre Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness is your backyard while quaint Philipsburg serves up all the town youll need just 15 minutes away.
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$3,480,000  •  4,050 acres
$3,795,000
Hooks RanchThe Hooks Ranch compound and its distinctive red barn bearing the Hooks Ranch name is located south of Interstate 90 just 29 miles east of the town of Big Timber. The ranch’s 4,050± acres (3,410± deeded and 640± state lease) lie in the Schoolhouse Creek drainage and are predominantly productive rangeland, which benefits from the area’s higher than average precipitation. The ranch has a full array of working facilities which complement the two-story, four-bedroom ranch home, and support a 160-head cattle operation. The ranch also has 214± acres classified as forest according to Montana tax records, and these pockets of evergreens located in the draws and north facing slopes provide diversity to the landscape as well as habitat for elk and other game animals. The distant views of the Beartooth Front to the southwest and the Crazy Mountain Range to the northwest provide a dramatic, often snowcapped, backdrop to the rolling landscape. Hooks Ranch offers a viable livestock operation and strong wildlife amenities, with convenient access to Billings, Bozeman, and the smaller communities of Big Timber and Columbus along the Yellowstone River Valley.The Facts:4,050± total acres (3,410± deeded and 640± state lease)Located along the Yellowstone River corridor 29 miles east of Big Timber, 56 miles west of BillingsOwner rated at 160 animal unit year-round capacity, or 200 animal units if hay is purchasedTwo-story, four-bedroom ranch home, distinctive 1940 wood barn, 42x80 metal shop, 36x36 metal horse barn, hay barn, additional outbuildingsFull set of corrals and livestock facilitiesExcellent water distribution with seasonal Schoolhouse Creek, spring-fed pond, wells and pipelinesConvenient access off Interstate 90Trophy elk, deer, antelope, upland birds and wild turkeysLess than a mile from the Yellowstone River, and convenient access to skiing in Red LodgeExpansive views of the Beartooth and Crazy Mountain ranges
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$11,950,000  •  3,798 acres
$13,500,000
Graystones PreserveIn the heart of the eastern seaboard’s finest fly fishing rivers sits Graystones Preserve. A true eastern legacy property, Graystones’ 3,798± acres and three miles of cold clear trout water surrounded by state parks on three sides provide unsurpassed beauty and privacy just two hours from New York City’s financial and business centers and 90 minutes from Philadelphia. Mountain laurel and rhododendron spill from the mountainsides and 100-year old oak, maple, ash and cherry tower overhead, providing a refuge for deer, bear, turkey and people. With seven residential structures and approximately 28 bedrooms, there is ample accommodation for the largest families, a corporate retreat center or a first-rate commercial venture. Mature timber and potential mineral rights provide solid underlying assets that further bolster the value proposition for this once in a lifetime purchasing opportunity.The Facts:• Located outside Albrightsville, Pennsylvania• Two hours from NYC• 90 minutes from Philadelphia• Three miles of both sides of premium fly fishing water• Large tiger, brown, rainbow and eastern brook trout• 3,798± acres with mature timber and excellent wildlife• Borders Hickory Run and Lehigh Gorge State parks• Public lands boundaries on three sides• Seven residential structures with 31 bedrooms• Unparalleled privacy and wilderness setting  
$2,600,000  •  3,767 acres
3,767 Total Acres2,767 Deeded Acres48 Miles North of Lewistown, Montana1,770 Tillable AcresExcellent Set of BuildingsOpportunity for Upland Bird Project
$4,900,000  •  3,700 acres
One of the few remaining historic northern California cattle and hay ranches, in one of the best locations: at the foot of the Sierra! The Historic Constantia Ranch is a classic historical northern California cattle and hay ranch. This unique Ranch’s history dates back to the late 1800’s when Albert Elijah Smith discovered the land and built a $14,000 mansion with 17 rooms. It was nicknamed the “White House.” The Ranch is located in Doyle Ca. just 40 minutes north of Reno NV, with acreage on both sides of U.S. Hwy 395. The majority of the ranch land is nearly all level, with approximately 600 acres of steeper land reaching into the Sierra and bordering National Forest. The Ranch has various water sources. There is a productive spring that consistently provides about 300 GPM to the ranch headquarter buildings and provides significant flood irrigation on a portion of the ranch. The Ranch has excellent water rights from Long Valley Creek; a dam on the property is able to divert enough water to run a full pivot. Additionally there is a brand new well on the property that pumps 1,300 GPM. There is an older well on the property that pumps approximately 450 GPM that is run by diesel power. The aquifer in the area is stable. It is possible to drill additional productive wells closer to power. There are currently two pivots on the ranch, new in 2008, with additional older wheel lines. The ranch currently produces approximately 400-500 ton of hay and alfalfa per year. The production could be significantly increased with better overall management. The Historic Constantia Ranch has plenty of usable contiguous deeded acres, with the resources and potential of running as many as 300-350 head of cattle year round, inside the deeded land, with an efficient grazing program. Improvements on the ranch include an approximately 3,000 sq. ft.ranch headquarters home with a 3 car garage. A second smaller home provides for comfortable living for a caretaker or ranch employees. There is a large approximately 9,000 sq. ft. metal barn that was newly built in 2010. Also included is a classic 100 year old wooden barn, a smaller wooden barn, and two older homes that at one time were the old ranch headquarters. These homes could possibly be restored or reconstructed. There are about 6 mostly historic “Constantia” buildings, including the old Constantia store, all in need of restoration, repair or reconstruction. Less than an hour from Reno Tahoe International Airport. This is all quality land with resources intact. There is tremendous upside and unlimited potential for the Historic Constantia Ranch with quality ownership and good management.
$2,500,000  •  3,550 acres
- 3,550 acres (630 deeded) - Two creeks, large springs, ponds, & irrigated land - Trophy elk, mule deer, bear, & turkey hunting - Well-kept owner's home, historic ranch house, barn, corals, & outbuildings - Year-round access, end-of-the-road privacy, & direct access to remote public land
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$2,977,475  •  3,305 acres
$4,330,000
The Spring Canyon Ranch is a beautiful 3,300 acre property located 3 miles west of Helper, Utah and 6 miles east of Scofield Reservoir offering hunting, recreational, and historical opportunities to any of its visitors. More than 6,000 people once worked and lived close to this area in what is now its ghost towns and coal mine ruins. Visitors love to snowmobile, cross country ski, hike, horseback ride, observe wildlife, camp, 4-wheel, and barbeque on the property. There is a 6,000 square foot garage with a 1,500 loft that is approx. 25% finished that will be helpful in storing ranch and recreational gear. A cattle herd spends its summer on the ranch preserving the agricultural tax status. There is marketable timber and springs found throughout the property to water the livestock and game. Game trail cameras have photographed mule deer bucks scoring in the high 100's and a bull elk which scored 395 has been harvested. Additional game found on the ranch includes cougar, bear, turkey and ruffed grouse. The ranch seems larger when it is viewed on a map because it controls access to more than 10,000 acres of state, BLM, and Forest Service land. The owner negotiated a Conservation Easement with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources when the ground was purchased in 2002. A right of first refusal within the conservation agreement has been waived off by the DWR and will not affect the Buyer. Buck and bull tags are available through the annual draw in this limited entry unit (elk) or they may be drawn by those with Utah lifetime hunting licenses (deer). Cougar, bear, and turkey tags may be drawn. Cow elk hunting with depredation elk tags made available by the DWR has become a successful hunting activity. The ranch is a popular place for shed horn hunters. There is no fishing on the property but the famous Scofield reservoir is just minutes away.
$6,835,500  •  3,255 acres
Cow camp with 3255 deeded acres with 341.6 adjudicated water rights. Lost Creek, Deep Creek, Cherry Creek.
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$13,900,000  •  3,247 acres
$16,900,000
Canyon Creek RanchLocated in an area of Colorado that is highly sought after, Canyon Creek Ranch is easily accessible, only 25 miles from Telluride via a year-round county maintained road. Offering 3,247± deeded acres, considered a large holding for the area, this amount of land within proximity to a world-class destination is a rare find. Within an hour’s drive of the property, Montrose offers a regional airport and one of the best private FBO’s in the state, Black Canyon Jet Center. The cornerstone of this mountain ranch is the absolutely stunning views of the rugged and exceptionally beautiful Sneffel’s Mountain Range. Situated atop East Iron Springs Mesa, the land is gentle and rolling while approximately two-thirds of the property is meadows, open pasture and several spring-fed ponds. The remaining one-third is a mixture of oak brush, aspens, ponderosa pines, and heavily timbered areas. Sharing three miles of boundary with the Uncompahgre National Forest, there is a wide array of year-round recreational activities and access to and abundance and variety of Colorado wildlife.The Facts3,247± deeded acres25± miles to TellurideLess than an hour from Montrose Regional Airport and Black Canyon Jet CenterAdjacent to Uncompahgre National ForestSpectacular views of the Sneffel’s Mountain RangeMild terrain and gentle topography situated on top of East Iron Springs MesaMixture of meadows, open pasture land and heavily timbered areasYear-round county road accessModest improvements include two homes and outbuildingsLocated in GMU 61
$2,336,000  •  2,920 acres
Summary: - 2,920 Deeded Acres - 15 miles Northeast of Winnett - 2,664.65 Acres Cropland - All Cropland Seeded to Winter Wheat - 120 acres BLM - Crop Included in the Sale
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$4,399,000  •  2,690 acres
$7,500,000
18 parcels total of 2690 acres backs to Six Rivers National Forest. 2011 Timber Cruise shows over 21 million board feet of timber with an annual increase estimated at 900,000 board feet. Very private at the end of Burr Valley Rd with the Upper Van Duzen River running through the property. Abundant wildlife and natural beauty. Good roads with additional skid roads that can be improved to increase accessibility. Property Highlights: 18 parcels total of 2690 acres Borders Six Rivers National Forest & several large ranches Over 21 million board feet of timber Annual increase estimated at 900,000 board feet Bifurcated by Upper Van Duzen River Good access roads Definitely off-the-grid! Very private and scenic Abundant wildlife and natural beauty See Interactive 3D Map
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$8,479,217  •  2,608 acres
This 2,608 +/- acre tract consists of areas of mature stands of mixed pine and hardwood species in bottom lands and stream side management zones on 400 +/- acres of the property. The vast majority of the property, 2,180 +/- acres, is composed of pine plantations varying in age from 3 years to 32 years. The balance of the acreage is located in roadways, natural openings and other right of way features. Historically, the tract was under intensive forest management by Temple Eastex, a large, local timber management company. The property was formerly a portion of the "Malibu Hunting Club," a recreational and hunting area used by Temple Inland Management. This area is know for abundant whitetail deer with large antler mass. Property has a current MLD application in place with TPW. The tract adjoins the Davy Crockett National Forest on its western boundary.This area of East Texas is in the heart of timber production, with active mills close by in Corrigan and the new Angelina Forest Products facility in Lufkin is scheduled to open in August of 2019. Taxes shown below represent a timber exemption.
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$10,600,000  •  2,495 acres
$12,525,000
This beautiful ranch was originally known as the American Sheep Ranch, owned by W.A. Lingham who moved to Colorado from Massachusetts in 1897. Today the ranch is still owned by his heirs and is operated as a stunning, high-country livestock grazing and wildlife ranch.