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$9,950,000  •  21,322 acres
$10,500,000
Just north of Rock River, 45 miles north of Laramie, Wyoming this well-balanced working ranch has 17,182 +/- deeded acres plus 4,140 State and BLM and has supported 800 - 1,000 cows year round. With 2,200+ acres of adjudicated water rights, hay yields vary from 1,200 to 1,800 tons.
$3,600,000  •  16,115 acres
Open Lock Ranch is owner rated at approximately 265 cow calf pairs and priced at only $3,600,000. Totaling 16,175+/- acres the ranch consists of 4,690+/- deeded acres, 9,187+/- acres of BLM, and 2,238 acres of State grazing lease.
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$7,841,656  •  13,468 acres
$8,341,656
Alpine High Ranch represents a diverse landscape of deep bottom soils along the draw that carries the ranch name; broad gravelly flats, up into limestone hills with commanding views of many of the area mountain ranges, including the Del Norte, Glass, and Davis mountains. This cow country hunting ranch is very accessible, yet you can hide away in the many interesting secret draws and cover where you will find abundant populations of desert Mule Deer, Elk, dove, and the wily Blue Quail. The ranch has a tremendous road infrastructure and, with just a corner of the ranch located along Highway 67, it is very private but extremely accessible. The topography of the ranch is a broad open valley with several limestone hills, cut by broad wooded draws and elevations ranging from 3,500 feet to 3,100 feet, which makes for a wide variety of soils and a very interesting mix of habitats. The ranch to the south has several center pivot irrigation fields right up to the fence-line, accessing the same aquifer under this ranch, the Hovey Channel. There are several areas where this could be replicated along Coyanosa Draw as there is a huge amount of relatively shallow fresh water, with deep soils. The ranch has a number of windmills and solar wells. Electricity is located at the southwest corner and an excellent submersible water pump produces from only 220 feet. There are several dirt tanks on the ranch with room for many more. Monsoon rains come in the summers, providing for an excellent growing season of a wide variety of Chihuahuan Desert plants, shrubs, and grasses. There is an extensive road network on the ranch and the exterior fences range from new to functional. Several caliche gravel pits will provide significant materials for future needs. The owners have built extensive all-weather caliche roads. There is a great metal barn, as well as a set of pens and a historic rock ruin, and many places to build a new lodge or headquarters. The landscape consists of one-half foothills to the Glass Mountains and the other half deep-soil bottom land. This ranch lies at an elevation that supports a mix of vegetation from the mid-Chihuahuan Desert such as century plants, Spanish dagger, yucca, agarita, sotol and cholla, with a dominant gramma grass mix and scattered bush/trees, including creosote, mesquite, hackberry, and soap berry. Native grasslands provide excellent forage for livestock as well as habitat for Mule Deer and native birds and mammals. The ranch also has several ridges and hills rich in a diversity of rocks and minerals, including many types of agates. The ranch lies over a tremendous freshwater aquifer, both shallow and deep. There are three windmills, one solar pump, two generator pumps, and one electric submersible. Water is distributed to several storage tanks and water troughs for wildlife and livestock. Development of irrigated alfalfa and other wildlife forage could greatly enhance the Deer and Elk populations. The water and soils are there, and with gas wells on the ranch, natural gas pumps could provide the energy needed to develop the irrigated cropland component.
$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.
$1,725,000  •  5,452 acres
Apache Mesa has lots of soul. Tales, history, folklore, and struggle were the truth of this land. Comanche met Apache, old stage coaches stopped at Apache Springs to refill their water supplies, and Billy the Kid ran wild. Its calmer now, ideal for getting on your horse and venturing out on your 5452 acres of varied terrain from rolling hills to a high ridge along natural trails. Used as a family compound for years, it would make an amazing Dude Ranch. Experiencing this land brings out the kid in you. It is fenced for cattle and horses with barns, hay storage, corrals, bunkhouse, and storage buildings. There are 3 wells and 2 homes. The 1200 SF main house is rustic and fun with a wraparound veranda and a main room that has hosted a lot of big dinners and family stories around the fireplace. The caretakers house is 1350 SF. Both have electric, propane, and septic. Not far from Las Vegas, NM and the Longmire set, you can enjoy the old Plaza Hotel, the college, shopping, and a friendly local community spirit.
$11,720,000  •  3,860 acres
The Rolling Fork River Ranch is one of the largest contiguous and fully-functional cattle operations in Arkansas with premier sorting facilities. The property is known for its productivity and beautiful rolling terrain. The 3,860± acre ranch boasts a custom-built main home, banquet house, and chapel, as well as additional smaller homes and outbuildings – the perfect property for an exclusive hunting lodge or corporate retreat. This property also has the potential to be used as a destination wedding venue. Property Features: 3,860± contiguous acres Fully-functional cattle operation w/ premier sorting facilities Excellent US Hwy 70 frontage w/ multiple gated access points 5+ miles of hwy frontage All pastures are fenced with excellent water sources 20± acre stocked lake 10± acre stocked lake Exceptional wildlife habitat Turkey, deer, duck, wild hog & small game hunting opportunities 3± miles Rolling Fork River frontage 5± miles Rock Creek frontage Beautiful rolling hills 7,000± ft pipe fence w/ pipe posts, top rail w/ sucker rod strands Barbed wire perimeter Substantial cross-fencing Utilities include electricity, telephone, rural water & 4 private septic systems J. Lynn Helms Sevier County Airport located on adjacent property capable of jet landings & take-offs Improvements Include: Main Home: 5,768± sq ft, custom-built, 2-story, 4 BR, 4.5 BA, in-ground pool Banquet House: 6,610± sq ft, 2-story, 4 BR, 2.5 BA Garage/Office: 1,800± sq ft, 1 BA Chapel: 3,692± sq ft, 2 meeting rooms, 3.5 BA Office/Home: 1,337± sq ft, 1-story, 3 BR, 1 BA Shop: 3,060± sq ft, 34’x90’, (3) 10’ roll-up doors, ½ BA Barn: 6,004± sq ft, 45’x84’ Boat Dock: 800± sq ft, 20’x40’, covered Cattle Barn/Sorting Facility: 32,260± sq ft Shed: 1,400± sq ft, 35’x40’ Rental Home: 1,915± sq ft, 2-story, 4 BR, 2 BA 5 Loafing Sheds: 20’x32’ each Cattle Operation: The Rolling Fork River Ranch, known for its productivity and beauty, is one of the largest contiguous fully-functional cattle operations in Arkansas and boasts one of the best sorting facilities in the region. It’s located in SW Arkansas on the Oklahoma border approximately 5 miles west of De Queen, AR on US Highway 70 (over 3.5 miles of frontage) with multiple gated access points on the highway.  All pastures are well fenced and have excellent water sources, including 3± miles of Rolling Fork River frontage and 2.5± miles of Rock Creek frontage. The property features a balanced percentage of upland wintering ground to highly productive grazing/hay or meadow pasture. Recreational Opportunities: The Rolling Fork River Ranch features an abundance of hunting and recreational opportunities. The rolling terrain with diverse creek bottoms creates an excellent wildlife habitat. Trophy deer and turkey are abundant along with wild hogs and small game. The Rolling Fork River provides fishing opportunities and several of the stocked lakes boast trophy bass over 8 pounds!  Location: 18 ± miles east of Broken Bow, OK and 5± miles west of De Queen, AR on US Hwy 70. The western boundary is Oklahoma state line. Listing ID: 03101-00002
$16,075,000  •  3,547 acres
This is a rare opportunity that hasn't been available since the 1950's. Full cattle operation with perfect locations and excellent water rights.
$5,500,000  •  2,100 acres
The legendary Eagle Rock Ranch is located in the California’s Coastal Mountain Range west of Ukiah on historic Low Gap Road, the former stage route to the town of Mendocino on the coast. Eagle Rock Ranch is among the last original large ranches in Mendocino County. Its central area opens to a grassed plateau surrounded by mature fir and oak trees, a sheltered & secluded oasis. This setting exudes privacy and remoteness yet is only 15 minutes to town. The 2,100-acre ranch has three houses (including the original, dating to 1858), a handsome weathered redwood barn, multiple year-round springs, three good wells, 440 volt electrical service, and extensive frontage on County roads. The Ranch takes its name from bald eagles nesting on its most important feature, an awe inspiring rock outcropping on the mountain west of the ranch’s headquarters. This one of Mendocino’s most significant natural landmarks and has been noted as such throughout the region’s recorded history. The property includes an operating craft distillery, where the famous Germain-Robin alambic brandy was originally crafted. The beauty of this ranch cannot be overstated. It is a wonderful place to live, relax, raise children and animals, entertain friends and family, picnic, hunt, hike, take walks and runs, ride horses and the like. The extraordinary wildlife is one of the greatest pleasures of living on the ranch. There are rabbits, raccoons, skunks, opossum, flocks of wild turkeys, wild pigs, weasels, coyotes howling by night, deer with their fawns, bobcats, an occasional fox, bear, or mountain lion, a chorus of peeping frogs in the spring and deep-voiced bull frogs on summer nights. The current owners have twice spotted the rare ring-tail cat. Because of the variation in terrain, vegetation, and altitude, there is an unusual variety of birds, including owls, migratory ducks, and blue herons. The myriad wildflowers in the spring have to be seen to be believed. Location: the property’s main entrance is five miles from downtown Ukiah on Low Gap Road, a well-maintained County road. This road and its spur, Pine Ridge Road, running parallel to Orr Creek, form the southern boundary of the ranch, some 3 ½ miles. Eagle Rock Ranch is thus 12 minutes from Ukiah, population 15,000, the county seat, with a good hospital, legal services, and consumer outlets (including a Costco); there is a good municipal airport capable of serving commercial jets. San Francisco in good traffic is two hours south; Santa Rosa's commercial airport is an hour south. Mendocino County, mountainous, rural, and sparsely populated, is part of the fabled North Coast Wine Country. The County possesses great natural beauty: its spectacular rocky coastline draws visitors from all over the world. Topography. The ranch is essentially the southern and eastern slope of a long ridge forming the north watershed of Orr Creek, rising from 700 feet elevation to 3000 feet at the west end and including the 2800-foot mountain which peaks in Eagle Rock. There are many seasonal creeks. The generally sloping terrain varies from open pasture to oak woodlands to fir forest; there is a small stand of old-growth redwood deep in a canyon below Eagle Rock and another on the north slope of the ridge behind the main house. There are several areas aggregating an estimated 120 acres that could be planted to grapes. Structures a. The original main ranch house, with original lovely and wide-planked clear-heart redwood walls, dates from ca.1858 and has been extensively renovated. A modern addition brings it to 2900 sq ft, including 2½ baths and an imposing fireplace built from local field sandstone; there are three outbuildings, including a modest guest cottage. b. A second house, built on a decorative fieldstone foundation in 1946, has been extensively rebuilt and renovated; of its 2400 sq ft,. One of the bedrooms/baths is detached, across a small enclosed garden area from the main structure; there is also a Mediterranean-style walled garden leading to a separate office/studio. This house has an adjacent garage and workshed/storage building. c. There is a handsome two-storey 2000 sq ft weathered barn used for storage and for cattle plus hayloft d. The third house (approximately 1500 sq. ft.) is a serviceable 3-bedroom modern residence for the ranch manager along with a shop and two detached guest quarters, one of which, located by the barn, replaced the old sheep-shearing shed. e. The original Germain-Robin brandy distillery was constructed in 1982-84. It is a show-piece, containing a beautiful antique copper still brought from an abandoned distillery in Cognac. There is also a large redwood-sided aging cellar, whose interior and roof are modern concrete/steel construction; this building is in excellent condition and could serve many purposes. Other relevant information. The ranch, zoned to 160-acre minimums, consists of eleven parcels which have completed Certificates of Compliance. All parcels save two either have county road frontage or are served by the excellent main-ranch entry road. Water. The Coales have drilled three good wells, and there are several more potential sites identified by professional hydrologists. There are numerous productive year-round springs. The many scenic creeks are seasonal. Fire protection. A productive well above the main buildings serves 12,500 gallons of water storage tanks, which feed a 4” underground main connected to fire stanchions at the barn, at the distillery, and at all three houses. A dozen head of cattle keep the ranch grazed down to reduce fire hazard. 440-volt electricity (sufficient for industrial use if needed) is carried on a dedicated line that serves all the ranch structures. The houses and the distillery are served with individual propane tanks. Ranch History. Low Gap Road was the original trail used by the Pomo Indians to journey to the coast to trade for seaweed and abalone. Eagle Rock itself was regarded as sacred. Many arrowheads, throwing stones, and mortars and pestles have been found around the ranch. The Coales have not allowed these objects to leave the ranch. The earliest recorded holdings date from before the Civil War. The crumbling remains of an 1850s homesteader’s cabin, barn, corral, orchard, and vineyard are still visible at the eastern end of the ranch. To subsist, many homesteaders stripped tanoak bark to be sold for commercial leather-curing. They also cut firewood for Ukiah (the courthouse once had 40 fireplaces), split railroad ties from large redwood trees, planted grapes and pear and apple trees, and ran sheep. There remain two single-room cabins for solitary shepherds, which predate the original main house. The main house, built in 1858, reflects the vertical architectural style brought in from the New England-settled whaling village of Mendocino. The house contains large wall planks on the interior walls and foundation timbers rough-sawn from virgin redwood. Later in the 1920’s and 1930’s, various homestead and vacant parcels were assembled by the Bradford family into a cattle/sheep ranch; Bradford family ashes were scattered from Eagle Rock. The Bradfords also had a commercial peach orchard in front of their main house; there is an aerial photograph of the orchard from ca 1948. Oats were cultivated on a sloping fenced field behind the 1946 house, and the gang-plow, mower, and hay rake are still on the property, along with the original Fordson tractor. In the early 1950s, George Chalfant, an ATT long-lines engineer, began looking for a ranch to purchase for his retirement. Chalfant had run the Bell Telephone long-distance lines across the Cascades and was also the senior engineer for wiring the founding United Nations conference (the first use of simultaneous translation in five languages), held in San Francisco in 1945. Chalfant flew all over northern California in search of land he liked. He believed that the Ranch was the most beautiful land to be found in California. Chalfant purchased the Ranch from the Bradfords’ successors in 1954 and retired to it in 1957; he added some adjacent parcels to round out a natural and sheltered geographic unit. He leased the rangeland and the second house (built in 1946) to Meredith Clark, who ran sheep on the property for 35 years. An avid amateur historian, Chalfant had a deep interest in the Hudson Bay Company and was instrumental in placing several Historical Monument plaques, one of them on busy Montgomery Street in the financial district of San Francisco. In his eighties, confined to a wheelchair by crippling arthritis, Chalfant held back from selling the property, hoping to find buyers who would love the ranch as he did. When he encountered the Coales in 1973, he lowered the price and offered advantageous terms so that they could afford the purchase. The Coales have made the ranch their home ever since. They have carried out extensive renovations and additions to both of the main houses. Germain-Robin brandy distillery. Near the barn is the original Germain-Robin brandy distillery and aging cellar, still in occasional use. In 1981, Coale picked up a hitch-hiking refugee from the industrialization of cognac. Hubert Germain-Robin came from the Jules Robin family, cognac producers since 1782. Hubert told a sad tale: ancient hand-methods of distillation were disappearing as huge firms applied “improved” high-volume industrial methods. Hubert wanted to turn the clock back and distill using craft methods handed down for centuries from master to apprentice. Hubert dismantled an antique still in an abandoned cognac distillery and shipped it to the ranch in Mendocino County. Coale built a modest redwood building for it, thus starting the country's first craft distillery since 1919, and the two began to experiment with premium wine grapes. The very first time that brandy distilled from pinot noir flowed from the still, Hubert took a long sniff from the sampling glass, turned to Coale, and said: “this is the finest I have ever experienced.” The first Germain-Robin brandies were released in 1987. By the mid-1990s, once the aging brandies had matured, Germain-Robin was frequently reviewed among the world's finest distilled spirits: in 1996, Robb Report's expert panel named the Select Barrel XO the best spirit in the world, ahead of Macallan 18-year-old and the $1500 Richard Hennessy cognac. From his ranch office, Coale also developed and marketed Hangar One vodka, the first significant national craft brand, which was sold to Cuervo in 2010. Germain-Robin was sold to Gallo in 2017.
$1,929,000  •  2,076 acres
Steeped in Southwestern history and lore, the approx. 1,276 deeded, 640 state, and 160 BLM acres of Toms Rock Ranch is situated in an area believed to contain the Adams diggings and Anasazi ruins.  The property boasts a beautiful 2,800 sq. ft. custom log home with stone and woodwork.
$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!
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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.
$15,731,600  •  1,166 acres
These 1,166 acres are within 30 minutes of downtown Orlando. Rolling hills, manicured pastures, lakes and easy access to Highway 27, Highway 19, and the FL turnpike make this property a perfect setting for a master planned community. City of Leesburg water, sewer, and natural gas are nearby. A 7 lot
$4,000,000  •  940 acres
Acres:  940 +/- acres Price:  $ 3,995 per acre Animal Units:  200 cows Terms:  Cash or possible owner financing Location:  Fannin County, TX, south of Honey Grove. Comments:   Excellent farm and pasture land. 540 acres of ranch is pasture land. 400 acres is farm ground. Lots of Highway frontage on Highway 34. County Roads 3445 and 3450, shown within boundaries of property, are no longer county roads. Excellent fences, beautiful rock creek, approximately 100 acres of huge scattered hardwoods, mostly pecans. Ranch will be within a few miles of Ralph Hall Reservoir when the lake is completed. Improvements:2 sets of metal working pens80x100 metal shop with concrete floorsSecond metal storage building Water:   Several ponds, municipal water. Terrain:   Gently rolling, nice rock creeks, big hardwoods. Fences:  Excellent fences, barbed wire, metal posts. Most are new. Grasses:  Pastures are usually drilled with wheat and are used to graze yearlings. Pastures have Bermuda, Dalis grass, Bahia and Johnson grass. Game:  Whitetail deer. Minerals:  Some minerals may be available. Leases:  Currently leased for farming. 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. 
$2,515,000  •  839.91 acres
Prime South Texas grazing and recreational Ranch!
$17,900,000  •  768 acres
As one approaches this prized Equestrian Farm, known as Padua Stables, you are greeted by meticulously kept grounds. Padua is known its rolling, gracious countryside it covers as well as for being rich in sunlight, spring-fed lakes and ponds, granddaddy oaks and limestone. The 8,000 square foot main residence is designed for entertaining. Consequently the pool and lanai area overlooks the largest lake of the property. Exceptionally nice private housing for guests, managers and staff. There are a total of 13 residences on the grounds plus a 7000 square foot dormitory with 22 rooms to accommodate a large-scale operation. Equestrian Facilities: Training complex consists of 116 stalls, 3/4 mile dirt track, 1 Mile turf track, 4 covered hot walkers, round pens, and lush paddocks. Facilities are in place for a stallion-breeding center or sporting/eventing center plus broodmare/foaling complex. Corporate executive office has a conference room, commercial kitchen, perfect for entertaining your clients. Additionally there are three green houses for growing all your own vegetables or annuals. Underground utilities, plus extensive site improvements. Numerous Graded Stakes winners and four Breeder’s Cup champions have received their early training on this three-quarter mile dirt course with aluminum safety rails, excellent cushion and superior drainage system.
$1,596,000  •  494 acres
Unique 494 acre recreation & production ranch includes approx. 2 miles of the Nowood River with end of the road privacy and has a BLM permit. 245.2 acres of adjudicated water rights. A restored 1,995 sf historic log home completed in 2017. Working pens & holding facilities, arena, stalls and more.
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$2,995,000  •  485 acres
485-acre Utah farm for sale w/ irrigated land, 2 homes The Gunnison Butte Ranch is a Utah farm for sale with an excellent set of improvements and a central location near I-70. Located at the mouth of Gray Canyon on the Green River, the ranch offers the ultimate end-of-the-road privacy while still being close to services. The ranch has an excellent set of cattle improvements, two newer homes, great water rights, 5 sideroll sprinklers, and two center pivot sprinklers, with a total of 485 acres and approximately 330 acres with incredible water rights.  Excellent hemp farm candidate--hemp is legal to grow in Utah For the grower interested in growing hemp, this farm is an EXCELLENT candidate, with its outstanding water rights, long growing season, good soils, and excellent irrigation systems. Utah has legalized hemp production.  Excellent water rights and irrigated acreage The Gunnison Butte Farm is comprised of approximately 485 total acres, with 210 irrigated acres on the east parcel and 600 acre feet of adjudicated water rights pumped directly out of the Green River. The west parcel, irrigated by a 2006 Valley center pivot, has 155 acres and over 600 acre feet of adjudicated water rights. Green River is known for its mild climate and long growing season—over 150 days a year—which is why Green River is famous for its melons. This farm is known for being highly productive, with fields planted in grass-alfalfa hay, alfalfa, and also a 5-acre fruit orchard planted in peaches, apples, plums, pears, Asian pears, cherries, and apricots. It’s possible to obtain yields of 6 tons to the acre of alfalfa. Historically the ranch has produced sugar beets, corn, melons, alfalfa, and high-quality grass-alfalfa mix hay. The east part of the ranch is irrigated by a 2006 Model 8000 Valley center pivot, 5 sideroll sprinklers, and 15 acres are flood irrigated. Quality improvements on Utah ranch for sale There are 2 newer homes on the ranch, both 2006 Nashua modular homes on full concrete basements. Both are built on custom floor plans, with pergo flooring in kitchen and dining, solid wood cabinets, vinyl siding, jetted garden tubs, central cooling and heating and are very energy efficient. The blue house has a 2,160 sq. ft. main floor with a full unfinished basement underneath that is plumbed for a full bathroom. The main floor consists of 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, office, front room, dining room, kitchen with island and bar, morning room, family room, and a utility room all on a large, open floor plan. The brown house has a 1,560 sq. ft. main floor with a full, finished walk-out basement. The main floor consists of 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, family room, kitchen with bar, dining room, and front room all on an open floor plan. The basement has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, office, utility room, storage room, entry/mud room and garage for 1 car and 1 ATV. Cattle improvements on Utah ranch for sale The Gunnison Butte Farm has a feedlot that is permitted for 1500 head of cattle with its own water right for the same number of animals. Power is at the corrals. There is a 25’ x 40’ Quonset shop with 14’ x 25’ cement apron. The shop is wired for 220 volts. There is also a tack shed that is in good condition. The large corral and feed lot are of pole and tie construction and contain 1,000’ of concrete feed bunk with a 12’ concrete apron. The feed bunk is constructed of drill pipe and metal feeder panels. There is also new steel pipe corrals and 30 x 50 steel barn with concrete floor and working alley inside. Outstanding recreation property—hunting, fishing, boating, ATVing The Gunnison Butte Ranch is bounded on the north by the Bookcliffs and on the east by the Green river for 3⁄4 mile of river frontage with its own sand beach along the river. It is one of the last private properties and controls access to the north side of the Green River at the mouth of Gray Canyon. It has excellent access to thousands of acres of BLM lands, ATV trails, and backcountry wilderness. Due to its location, this ranch is home to many species of animals including mule deer, Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, wild turkey, quail, chukar, pheasants, ducks, geese, and many other birds as it is on a migration route. The possibilities for this ranch are endless with its incredible views of the surrounding buttes, river frontage, Fremont Indian petroglyphs, and wildlife. Green River is a small town with schools, grocery store, banks, churches The town of Green River offers a full line of services including a modern Western Family Grocery and Bakery, Ace Hardware and Lumber yard, Napa Auto Parts and several auto and truck repair shops. The schools offer K-12 with 20-30 kids per class. There are 3 churches in town, the Bible Church, the Catholic Church and the LDS Church. There are also several restaurants, truck stops and motels along with 5 fast food restaurants. Listing ID: 05022-10219
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$2,250,000  •  365 acres
$2,500,000
PRICE REDUCED! This Madison County Farm of 365+/- acres offers grazing land, crop land, a feedlot, equipment buildings, two homes & frontage on the Rapidan River. The established pastures have cross-fencing & automatic waterers. Recreational opportunities abound---fishing, hunting, fox hunting & canoeing. This property offers great privacy and nice distant Blue Ridge Mountain views. Less than 2 hours from D.C. & 35 minutes from Charlottesville. Just minutes from wineries, great restaurants & Montpelier. The land is not under a conservation easement.
$1,650,000  •  303 acres
North of Santa Fe, 7 miles South of "Little" Las Vegas, NM on 303 acres at the intersection of history and history in the making, you will find time preserved on Red Cloud Ranch. Centuries and millennia have left their mark on this land from the ruts of wagon wheels on the Santa Fe Trail, to arrowheads and ancient Indian camps, to the topographical serenity and mystical magic of buffs, cliffs, and thousands of acres that will remain a natural gift for the future. Red Cloud embraces a world within our busy world. Nature is your neighbor. The land is comprised of 3 parcels (223 acres, 40 acres, 40 acres). Each parcel has a well and each is protected by a conservation easement, but each parcel has an unburdened area for building, etc. The 223 acres has a 30 acre building envelope, each of the 40 acres has 3 acre building envelopes. There are 3 entry points to the ranch. All power and phone lines are underground. The main parcel has a metal barn workshop (120' x 60') with 6" concrete floor, lights, phone, alarm water heater, bathroom, electric 120/240, and 40' of flooring with heat coils, compressed air throughout. The single story residence is simply perfect, 2300 SF+/- of delightful Northern New Mexico style, saltillo floors, radiant heat, 3 bedrooms, split floor plan, and 2.5 baths. Ceiling soar and sunshine pours through double pane windows and French doors. The living room enjoys a beautiful kiva fireplace, high ceilings, impressive beams, and French doors leading out to the Western portal. Heated solar/gas swimming pool, and forever views of Tecolote Mesa, the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Hermits' Peak, and the neighboring Tecolote Ranch with its protected 10,000 acres. Sunsets will always be yours. The living, dining rooms, and kitchen are in the center of the home having sunny personalities. The master suite is quite unique and private with antique wooden doors, two office or hobby rooms, private portal, spacious bath with soaking tub, large shower, and walk-in closet. The kitchen has charming tiles, granite island, huge pantry, laundry room, and a signature door leading to the attached oversize 2 car garage. Red Cloud Ranch mixes practicality, wonder, history, nature, wildlife, design, lifestyle, and serenity into a real life story that can be yours to author.
$693,000  •  267 acres
Property Details Name of Property: River View Ranch 267-jc Status: New Price Per Acre: $2,595.51 Price: $693,000.00 Acreage: 267 Acres Location: 80 mi. E. of Tulsa, 60 mi. W. of Fayetteville Closest Town: Tahlequah, Oklahoma Access: State Highway 10 Taxes: $732.44 Topography: Sloping mountainside to level valley floor. Improvements: 3 Barns, shed, shop, corrals, mobile home. Home Sqft: 960 Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 2 Forage: Bermuda, Fescue, Native Grass Mix. Capacity: 40 to 50 Cow-calf Pairs. Water: 2 Ponds, 2 Creeks, 4 Live Springs. Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, Squirrel, Waterfowl. Utilities: Rural Electricity, Domestic Well. Development Potential: Excellent. Comments Beautiful 267 acre Combination Ranch located in the Illinois River Valley. This once in a lifetime offering includes approximately 229 acres of pasture and wildlife habitat on the mountainside West of Hwy 10 and 38 acres of hay meadow in the fertile, loamy bottomland on the East side of the highway. The ranch is well watered with 2 ponds, 2 creeks, and 4 live springs. Improvements include a relatively new mobile home, shop, shed and 3 large barns, one of which houses the working facilities. The upper elevation of the mountain is primarily wildlife habitat with a mix of Walnut, Pecan and Oak providing plenty of cover and winter feed for the plentiful Deer and Turkey. I should be using more adjectives to describe this place but suffice it to say that everything is here and it is gorgeous! Give Joel a call and come have a look for yourself!
$731,500  •  194.98 acres
Excellent all around hunting and grazing ranch located near the Texas Gulf Coast and Corpus Christi! Great access and large neighbors- come take a look.
Contact for Price  •  192 acres
Home to world-renowned polo player, Mike Azzaro and his family, this 192+/- acre equestrian estate is a world-class retreat just 35 miles from downtown San Antonio. This ranch offers everything from 60 acres of hay production, a 4-acre recreational lake, fabulous main house, guest house, large metal barn, workshop, and approx. 70 acres of native pasture for hunting deer, turkey, hogs, doves and more.
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$1,085,095  •  181 acres
$1,177,150
Well located Ranch only minutes (5 miles +/-) from Huntsville. This property has improved pastures, cattle pens, two barns, one being a 40'x40' hay barn on a concrete floor. The perimeter is completely fenced with cross fencing into 6 pastures. One pasture has been devoted to hay production and has no water source. The other pastures are either watered by the three stock tanks or Tanyard Branch. This is a flowing creek with a sandy to rock bottom and clear water; it appears to be spring fed. The creek meanders in and out of the western boundary of the property. Large trees line the creek. Oaks and pine trees are scattered in the pastures. Ten acres +/-, in the southwestern corner of tract is heavily wooded. The Sam Houston National Forest is nearby and wildlife is abundant in the area. Several ponds are in the pastures, cattle and wildlife also water out of the creek. Property offers many pretty hilltop home sites. Access is provided by Ravenwood Road off FM 2821 (aka Fish Hatchery Road). The property is at the dead end of Ravenwood. Additional access is on the northeastern end of the property by Highland Drive. This is a county road off of Acorn Hill which connects to Highway 19. An electrical highline and a pipeline run side by side and somewhat diagonally cross the property.