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$9,850,000  •  98,424 acres
The Continental Divide Ranch is an outstanding large working ranch located in south-central Wyoming, near the town of Rawlins, Wyoming, and situated along the North Platte River and Haystack Mountain Range. The ranch totals approximately 98,424 total acres and offers diversity.
$16,500,000  •  43,278 acres
The 53,238-acre Antelope Springs Ranch is a historically profitable cattle ranch located in the heart of eastern Montanas grazing country. Using holistic ranch management techniques, the ranch currently supports more than 1,000 year-round cow units, as well as 700+ sheep during the summer months.
$250,000,000  •  33,777 acres
Texas history and its landscapes are often defined best by the union of unlikely partners and one can find such a thriving partnership at one of Texas' most unique properties: Sandow Lakes. These 33,777± acres feature the same dichotomous elements that work in perfect harmony: a modern business development juxtaposed against a vast array of protected marsh and wetland. Home to a diverse group of wildlife and waterfowl, most of which call Sandow Lakes home year round, the natural beauty is protected and thrives with native flora and fauna, offering ample opportunities for the outdoor and recreational enthusiast. The property sale includes abundant surface and groundwater rights, equipment assets and other infrastructure on the development side and offers easy access to the city amenities in the small, historic town of Rockdale. 100% of owned minerals will be conveyed. Contact Us for a brochure.www.icon.globalhttp://www.sandowlakes.com/
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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
Lone Pine RanchFOR 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.
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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.
$24,950,000  •  23,629 acres
The Grizzly Ranch in Jackson County offers a large scale working livestock operation with significant improvements, water, mineral and recreational attributes. The joining of 3 contiguous large ranch holdings along State Highway 14 offers approximately 8686+/- deeded acres and 14,943 BLM & State of Colorado leased acres. The Grizzly’s central ranch headquarters features 3 residences: 3,200 sq/ft Managers House, and two 3100 sq/ft Guest Houses. Central to this state of the art livestock facility is a two-story 19,000 sq/ft Show Barn with auction center including stadium seating, full scale commercial kitchen, private offices, apartments, conference rooms, entertainment hall and indoor sorting pens. In addition, the headquarters includes 9,000 sq/ft Machine Shop with office, 11,250 sq/ft Calving Barn with apartment, 6,400 sq/ft Livestock Barn, 2,800 sq/ft Equipment Shed, 33 livestock sheds, steel welded corrals for over 1000 head and outdoor stadium lighting for the majority of operations. The north end of the ranch includes 3 additional residences (3800 sq/ft, 2140 sq/ft & 1976 sq/ft), barns, corrals and ranch improvements. The high quality and relatively new improvements far exceeds the norm for ranch properties. The substantial water rights portfolio includes over 232 cfs that produce an average of 5000 tons of hay annually and continue to carry 1500 cow/calf pairs or 5000 yearlings. The ranch utilizes over 70 miles of irrigation ditches and 14 livestock wells are strategically placed throughout. The fishing and recreational attributes are endless with over 16 miles of creeks and streams including Grizzly and Little Grizzly Creek that form the headwaters of the North Platte River and a reservoirs and ponds. Sellers’ mineral rights are included and contact listing agent for productive oil/gas lease information. The deeded acres are unencumbered and the opportunity for a conservation easement exists. Grizzly Ranch is located 12 miles southwest of Walden and a 45 minute drive from Steamboat Springs.
$15,731,547  •  22,635 acres
 The Live Oak Ranch is located 30 miles West of Ozona, Texas on Interstate-10. The Ranch has approximately 4.5 miles of I-10 frontage and Crockett County Road 304 (Live Oak Rd.) passes through the property for 5 miles. The ranch also has a small amount of US Hwy. 290 Frontage.The Live Oak Ranch is located at the junction of Live Oak Creek and the Pecos River. The terrain is very diverse and consists of a variety of land variations from flat meadow lands along the Pecos River to high ridge top hills and deep canyons on the north side of the property. These large canyons and high hills are typical of the transition area between the Edwards Plateau and Stockton Plateau regions of Texas. Traversing through the middle of the ranch is Live Oak Creek, a wet weather creek that has an immense history dating back to the operational days of Ft. Lancaster. Located at the South end of Live Oak Creek, close to the Pecos River and Ft. Lancaster, is the mile long live oak mot that has been written about on many occasions by the early explorers and settlers of Texas. There is a combination of large mature live oak, shin oak, mesquite and juniper trees located throughout the property. The deep canyons and valleys on the ranch are an amazing source of topographical change, offering extensive elevation variation.The Live Oak Ranch is a working ranch that is watered by an extensive system of water wells, water storage tanks, and water troughs. Located on the Northwest and Southeast sides of the ranch is the Pecos River, with approximately 5 miles of frontage. Live Oak Creek is located on the eastern portion of the ranch and offers crystal clear spring fed water during wet weather. The original part of the Live Oak Ranch has been in the same family ownership for over 100 years and this is the first time that it is being offered for sale in that time. There is immense history adjoining the Live Oak Ranch, as the ranch surrounds Ft. Lancaster which was established in 1856 as an infantry post to help protect the westward expansion of the United States. The location of the Fort was established due to the close proximity of Live Oak Creek, which provided a great source of clear water and was close to the San Antonio–El Paso Pecos River crossing. Also located on the Live Oak Ranch is the famous “state of Texas” rock, which sits close to four mile crossing on the Pecos River. Four Mile crossing was an additional river crossing that was used extensively in the passage of the Pecos River in the westward expansion movement.Wildlife on the Live Oak Ranch consist of whitetail deer, rio grande turkey, quail, dove and an occasional mule deer. This is a great property offering good hunting and the ability to fish for multiple species of fish in the Pecos River.The Sellers are conveying a ¼ interest in the mineral estate that is owned by the Sellers. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a large ranch in Crockett County, Texas that has been under the same family ownership for many years.Please contact us for additional information or if you have any questions about the property.CONTACT: G.L. Bunger, Broker/Owner at (325) 226-2107 for more information.ALL INFORMATION WHILE DEEMED TO BE RELIABLE AND ACCURATE AND BASED ON RELIABLE SOURCES IS NOT GUARANTEED BY BUNGER REAL ESTATE COMPANY, LLC. EXCLUSIVELY LISTED BY BUNGER REAL ESTATE COMPANY, LLC.
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$12,500,000  •  22,200 acres
$15,500,000
Located in southeastern Oregon, the Indian Creek Ranch is comprised of approximately 125,200 acres with 22,200 acres of deeded lands capable of running up to 2,800 mature animals year-round. This ranch has excellent water characteristics with a number of deep-water fishing lakes, numerous creeks and springs as well as plentiful irrigation water. Recreation is a highlight with world-class mule deer and upland game bird hunting. Indian Creek Ranch offers a large resource with agricultural and recreational elements present.
$19,950,000  •  17,000 acres
- 17,000 acres (12,040 deeded) - - World-class fishing in four miles of the Green River & 20+ miles of tributaries - - Over 3,000 irrigated acres - - Three homes, outbuildings, & cattle facilities - - Excellent production/recreational ranch - - Less than one hour from Jackson -
$15,400,000  •  13,671.75 acres
Parrot Creek Ranch Parrot Creek Ranch, just 35 miles north of Billings, includes nearly 14,000 acres in a contiguous almost entirely deeded block of top quality timbered grazing land that offers exceptional habitat for trophy quality elk, deer and other wildlife. It hosts around 1,000 yearlings seasonally. They are carefully rotated through the ranch’s 14 fenced and well-watered pastures. Boasting 11 wells, 12 miles of pipeline and 12 live springs, it offers excellent water resources. Improvements include a 5-bedroom log lodge, a manager’s home and a full complement of outbuildings. The 220± acres of dryland and irrigated cropland offers a potential winter feed base for a year-round operation. Terrain is rolling to mountainous occupying some of the highest elevations in the Bull Mountains.The Fact:Location – 35 miles north of Billings Montana’s largest city. Acreage – Just shy of 14,000 acres including 640 State and 480 BLMImprovements – 5 Bedroom log lodge, nice manager’s home and complete operating improvements.Wildlife – Outstanding habitat for trophy quality elk and deer plus bear and turkey.Operation – Summers 1,000 yearlings plus 220± acres of irrigated and dryland crop. Description – Timbered rangeland with open valleys, deep draws and sandstone formations.Summary – Terrific elk hunting ranch with great operating component. 
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$15,500,000  •  13,570 acres
$17,250,000
Las Piletas RanchFOR ALL PHOTOS, INTERACTIVE MAPS AND THE MOST COMPLETE INFORMATION AVAILABLE VISIT WWW.HALLANDHALL.COM  Available for sale for the first time in over 30 years is this 13,570± acre working cattle ranch comprised of two deeded units connected by a large BLM lease. It is a diverse landscape with flatlands, curious rock formations, oak woodlands, canyons, rangelands and even a waterfall. Historically, the ranch has run 350 cows on a year-round basis and wildlife populations are strong including deer, bear, turkey, quail, wild boar and antelope. Located in San Luis Obispo County, the property is one hour east of the 101 on the west side of the Carrizo Plain.
$9,500,000  •  13,028.65 acres
Little Willow Creek RanchSpanning 12,900± deeded, contiguous acres in the foothills of western Idaho, Little Willow Creek Ranch is the headquarters and winter base for a longstanding and locally owned year-round ranching operation. In addition to its deeded acreage, the ranch controls a 640± acre state grazing lease, which the property surrounds, and an adjoining 2,000± acre Bureau of Land Management (BLM) grazing allotment. Little Willow Creek, a year-round tributary to the Payette River, flows for over three miles through the heart of the ranch and supports a vibrant riparian zone loaded with pheasant, quail, waterfowl, and mule deer. The ranch raises hay on approximately 500 acres using decreed water rights and water shares in the Little Willow Irrigation District. Soils on the ranch are deep, sandy and well-drained, and suited to most of the cash crops grown in the area. Irrigation water is delivered by a 100-acre center pivot, wheel lines, hand lines, gated pipe, and concrete ditches with siphon tubes. Large blocks of rangeland flank the ranch’s irrigated land and are used for spring and fall grazing. Developed springs and stock tanks are scattered throughout these portions of the ranch and provide water for cattle and wildlife, including a growing elk herd that makes the property home. Wet Gulch is one of the property’s main features originating in the hills on the north end of the ranch and descending south toward Little Willow Creek. This lengthy draw features spring-fed irrigation ponds and riparian areas which provide terrific pheasant hunting. Large coveys of chukar partridge are found on the nearby hillsides flanking Wet Gulch. The ranch is practically improved with employee housing, equipment and hay storage, shop buildings, well-placed sets of corrals and cattle-handling facilities, and several backgrounding lots. The property is located 15 miles east of the county seat of Payette and 65 miles northwest of the capital city of Boise and its commercial airport. Ontario, Oregon, which is the main service center for the area, is 20 miles west of the ranch and offers a jet-capable general aviation airport.The Facts:Headquarters ranch traditionally wintering 700± cows 12,900± deeded, contiguous acres plus a 640± acre state lease and a 2,000± acre BLM allotmentProducing hay and winter feed crops on 500± acres under sprinkler and surface irrigationSpring and fall grazing on extensive rangeland pasturesThree miles of Little Willow Creek plus other year-round creeks and springsPractical, functional livestock and ranch facilitiesOutstanding upland hunting for pheasant, quail and chukar with excellent elk and mule deer populationsLocated in an established farming and ranching community with year-round access on maintained county roadsAnnual property taxes are approximately $7,600All mineral rights owned by seller will be conveyed at closingPersonal property including cattle, hay, and machinery are not included in the offering price but are available for purchaseNumerous options exist for operating the ranch based on a combination of size, grazing resources, irrigation water, and wildlife habitat
$39,000,000  •  12,740 acres
Stretching eleven miles along the ridge of Utah’s Wasatch Mountains lies 20 square miles of the most spectacularly pristine recreational property in the West. Consisting of approximately 12,740 acres, the Grand Wasatch Ranch is unmatched in location, just 35 minutes from Salt Lake City and its international airport. Offering private skiing, this well-preserved alpine environment includes 400 inches of annual snowfall and one of the longest heli-ski runs in the U.S. (4,600 vertical). The ranch controls a continuous ridgeline comprising 24 peaks and 15 bowls on the property and adjoining National Forest lands. Recreational options abound with fly-fishing along 1.75 miles of the Weber River, big game trophy hunting, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and other recreational pursuits on over 50 miles of trails and unlimited access to the bordering forest. Rising from 4,820 feet to 9,570 feet at the ridgeline, the property has numerous ponds, creeks, meadows, hillsides and draws. Enjoy your own private sanctuary, exclusive mountain club, or consider the incredible development potential. Just 15 minutes to downtown Ogden, 10 minutes to Snowbasin Resort, and 45 minutes to Park City, the Grand Wasatch Ranch offers an unrivaled investment opportunity in an ideal location. Contact Ken Mirr.
$8,900,000  •  12,400 acres
This spectacular ranch or “Estancia” presents the opportunity of a lifetime in owning a truly picturesque ranch getaway in Patagonia, Argentina. Estancia El Palenque feels like a step back in time to a simpler life, surrounded by natural beauty and unique culture. On the northern end of the famous Corcovado River valley and at the foot of the snow-capped Andes Mountains, the ranch is distinctly situated and very scenic. The property encompasses more than 12,000 acres, is very exclusive and private, yet located in proximity to larger towns, amenities, and a commercial jet airport. El Palenque lies 18 miles from the Chilean border, and the continental divide runs right through the ranch. Recreational opportunities are immense on the ranch and throughout the region. Fly-fishing on the Corcovado is world renowned, and having a six-kilometer private stretch provides unbeatable float and wade fishing in a very remarkable setting. Well-appointed improvements are constructed in the traditional Patagonian style by old-school artisans using materials derived right on the ranch. Two cabins, a main lodge, historic manager and employee’s cottages, as well as barns, corrals and other operational facilities make for a rustic and very attractive headquarters. Estancia El Palenque offers an owner considerable value in the agricultural component of the ranch with its traditional cattle operation being run by local managers and gauchos with decades of experience ranching in the valley. Considerable timber harvesting also contributes to the overall agricultural value of the ranch. Contact Ken Mirr.
$22,000,000  •  12,248 acres
Private, exclusive, majestic! Welcome to House Brand Ranch, located in Morgan and Summit Counties near Croydon, Utah. This 12,248 acre hunting, fishing, and agricultural property extends from Lost Creek Basin at an elevation of 5,300 feet to mountain tops at 8,000 feet. Irrigated fields produce beautiful alfalfa crops along Lost Creek. Dry land alfalfa is raised on higher elevation benches. The balance of the ranch includes sage brush covered slopes with groves of Aspen, Oak, and Pine trees. The property has many outstanding red rock outcroppings, especially in the Cedar Canyon area, some with arches, bowls, and coves. The ranch has a high degree of privacy and very few people have seen the true beauty of Cedar Canyon. Distance from the Salt Lake International Airport to ranch headquarters is 60 miles. Distance from Ogden, Utah to the ranch is 40 miles. Distance from the ranch to skiing and recreation in Park City, Utah is 45 miles. House Brand Ranch has been under the careful stewardship of the Peterson family since 1960. Great care has been taken to preserve and enhance water shares for irrigation and to identify and develop mountain seeps and springs for game and livestock usage. Four hundred and eighty cow/calf pairs and bulls range across the ranch during the summer months. Four hundred acres of irrigated alfalfa fields yield up to 3 tons of alfalfa per acre. Four hundred acres of dry land alfalfa yield as much as 2 tons of alfalfa per acre. The owner employs 1 ½ workers to help him each day on a year round basis to keep the ranch running efficiently. House Brand Ranch is home to abundant game. The Seller has enjoyed a consistent harvest of “trophy” class deer, elk, and moose for decades and most of their hunters are repeat customers. Additional game that can be observed on the ranch are mountain lion, coyote, turkey, sage grouse, and chukar. One of the jewels of the ranch is the 3 mile stretch of Lost Creek which flows through the property. Fishing on streams in the state of Utah, located on private property, is by permission only. Therefore the existing brown and rainbow trout are able to grow to the 18+ inch range without a lot of pressure, and side canyon streams hold smaller native and brook trout. The offering price of House Brand Ranch is $22,000,000. Any offer must be accompanied by an earnest money deposit in the amount of $500,000. Each offer must also be accompanied by the name and telephone number of the Buyer’s private banker to assist the Seller in determining the Buyer’s financial ability to accomplish the purchase.
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Contact for Price  •  11,889 acres
The 11,889 acre Dos Angeles Ranch is located just 12 miles Southwest of Bracketville, Texas in Kinney County. The life blood of the ranch is provided by 3 miles of beautiful Pinto Creek which meanders through the property in a southwesterly direction. Over time, the water of Pinto Creek has shaped the landscape creating a unique flavor of diversity, both reminiscent of South Texas and the Hill Country, and provides breathtaking views and towering rock bluffs. Three concrete dams strategically placed along the creek provide excellent spots for aquatic recreation and there are numerous opportunities for additional water impoundments. Improvements include a spectacular 6,500 sqft Stucco Lodge overlooking Pinto Creek. The lodge’s rustic architecture embraces the appeal and quaintness of the southwest. It also includes a swimming pool and plenty of room for outdoor entertainment. A second guest lodge is centrally located within the ranch. This hacienda style lodge contains a commercial kitchen, dining area, and game room. The pleasant outdoor courtyard is flanked by three guest houses. Each guest house has two bedrooms with private baths. Other improvements include an 8 station 5 stand shotgun coarse, top notch dog kennels, Other amenities include use of a 5,300 ft paved and lighted runway, 380 acres under two pivots and 23 irrigation wells, numerous barns, and all weather roads. The ranch has been high fenced since 1984and level 3 MLDP. Wildlife abounds on the Dos Angeles Ranch. Indigenous game species include White-tailed Deer, turkey, quail, and dove. The ranch also manages several exotic ungulate species which include Aoudad, Axis Deer, Red Deer, Black Buck Antelope, and Mouflan Sheep.
$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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$19,556,800  •  11,504 acres
$21,000,000
Fisher RanchThe Fisher Ranch, one of Oklahoma’s larger reputation ranches, consisting of 11,504± acres, is located 60 miles south of Tulsa in McIntosh County. This good working ranch is being operated as a year-round home for 1,500 cows and approximately 70 ranch horses. Lying along on both sides of State Highway 9, just east of the Indian Nation Turnpike, the ranch is easily accessible and centrally located in the heart of cattle country. Put together by longtime rancher Roy Fisher, and recognized and awarded for its stewardship practices over many years, this ranch has a rich history of raising strong cattle and excellent ranch horses. The Fisher Ranch is nestled in the surrounding hills and is interspersed by live creeks, and numerous lakes and ponds. There are trophy whitetail deer, turkey, quail, and outstanding fishing on the property, all of which add to the income stream of this outfit. As the crow flies, it is less than a half-mile to the largest lake in Oklahoma, Lake Eufala.The Facts:11,504± deeded acres1,400± leased acres adjoining the ranch to the westApproximately 50 percent of the property is native grass, approximately 40 percent is bermudagrass, and approximately 10 percent is brush coveredHistorically running 1,500± cow/calf pairs annually (includes the leased acres)Typically run around 70 horses on the ranch annuallyThere is a 280± acre grass hay meadowThe ranch is estimated to have over 100 ponds/lakesThe improvements are older and modest, with three sets of working pens and two homes used as rentalsReal estate taxes are approximately $10,230Priced at $1,825 per acre (includes 50 percent of minerals owned by the sellers)
$5,500,000  •  10,700 acres
Permitted for 8,000 AUMs Over 10,700 total acres of Mono County Land 2 Appropriated Irrigation Rights Permits 79 Appropriated Stockwater Rights Permits $5,500,000 Historical and scenic high mountain summer grazing range in the Bodie Hills combined with high desert winter grazing range near Mono Lake in Eastern Mono County, California. Property consists of 10,000 non-contiguous deeded acres interspersed in The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) grazing permits. The Bodie Hills grazing permit surrounds the ghost town of Bodie and extends north through meadows and aspen groves surrounding the Halfway, Meadow Canyon, Big Flat and other deeded parcels. Throughout the deeded parcels are 79 stock water righted springs and creeks dating back to the 1860's. The properties range in elevation from around 7,000 ft to 9,500 ft. The Bodie Hills grazing permit allows for 5,647 AUM's (animal unit months) or a maximum of 1,791 head of cattle grazing from June 1 through October 15 annually. The Mono Sand Flat permit allows for 2,360 AUM's or a maximum of 505 head of cattle to graze from Dec. 1 through May 31 annually. Near Mono Lake, the Burkham Unit consists of an off-grid two story rock house, a rock well house and corrals. Combined with the nearby Kirkwood parcel there are close to 1,000 deeded acres partially fenced surrounded by the Mono Sand Flat grazing permit. Kirkwood Springs is water-righted for 10 acres of pasture irrigation as well as stock water. Nearby, the 160 acre Waford Spring parcel has stock water rights and a permit to irrigate 10 acres from Cottonwood Creek. Northeast of Bodie lies the 520 acre Seven Trough and Gregory properties that are connected by a fenced corridor. Water rights on Gregory Creek include irrigation of 10 acres along with stock water rights. These properties are partially fenced. On the 160 acre Halfway property, 10 acres of meadow are partially fenced, and there is an o -grid cabin with a newer tin roof in a pretty setting below Aspen groves. This has been used as a summer cowboy camp for over 70 years. Most of the larger deeded parcels in the Bodie Hills are used as holding fields when cattle are being gathered off of federal allotments. Access to the mountain properties is easiest from the Bridgeport Valley side via the Bodie Road off of Hwy 395. From Nevada, routes are through minimum maintained roads in Del Monte Canyon or the China Camp area.