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$31,700,000  •  25,756 acres
Notably, one of the best grass ranches to hit the market in South Dakota. Formally known as the 777 Bison Ranch, it is a well-blocked, mostly all-deeded offering. Expanding across over 26,000 acres just south of Rapid City and near the Black Hills. The Dakota Partnership Ranch lacks nothing from an operational standpoint and has high-quality yet practical improvements. A first-class owner's residence overlooks the long valley that makes up the heart of the ranch. Additionally, two manager/employee compounds are strategically located at both ends of the ranch, on the west and east. The ranch has been carefully handled and managed holistically, being a recipient of numerous conservation awards. The ranch is a cross-section of well-sodded plains and just enough “Badlands” to give the property a wild feel and be aesthetically pleasing. Currently stocked with 1,800 bison, the ranch is well-fenced, adequately watered, and operated efficiently. Designed and built to handle bison, the ranch should be an easy and smooth transition to a cattle operation if one is inclined. In the center of the ranch is a large, 160-plus acre top reservoir that provides recreation and a potential supply of irrigation water. The ranch is fenced into approximately 20 pastures, with water supplied in the form of natural springs, reservoirs, and developed water tanks supplied by two municipal water lines that run through the ranch. The huge expansion of land and diverse topography hosts a variety of wildlife, including deer, antelope, and plenty of upland birds. The Facts: ~ Approximately 26,276 total acres, with 26,756± deeded acres and 520± state lease acres. ~ 540± acres under appropriated water rights with potential for hay production. ~ Over ten miles of Dry Creek run through the heart of the ranch. An intermittent stream provides natural springs and ponds for the length of the ranch. ~ Large 160-plus acre top reservoir in the center of the ranch. Provides an ample water source for fishing, boating, and water for irrigation. ~ Recipient of lifetime conservation awards from the Audubon Society and Natural Resources Defense Council(NRDC). ~ Long sweeping views of Mount Rushmore and the Black Hills. ~ 20 plus improved livestock water tanks and over a dozen quality spring-fed reservoirs. ~ Good population of mule deer, whitetail, antelope, turkey, waterfowl, and upland birds. ~ Exceptional, state-of-the-art pens and corral system with hydraulic chute. ~ The ranch is currently stocked with 1,800 bison. ~ Three separate homes, strategically placed on both ends of the ranch. ~ Beautiful log constructed, owner's residence, privately but centrally located on the ranch, five bedrooms, five baths. Bunk room with four single beds, attached garage, and separate, three-door, six-car garage/heated shop. ~ A newer employee home built in 2015 on the west end of the ranch. Equipped with three bedrooms, three baths, and a heated, attached garage. ~ Another employee compound, newly remodeled in 2014, with three beds, three baths, a heated garage, shops, barns, and dry storage. ~ State-of-the-art pens and corral, with well-functioning tub and hydraulic chute, scales, and loading ramp. Large assortment of pens for holding and feeding livestock.
$17,400,000  •  18,205 acres
Offering significant BLM and State grazing permits, wildlife habitat, and recreation along the Yampa River in northwest Colorado.
$13,414,350  •  14,502 acres
Comprised of some of the most well cared for acreage in Far West Texas.  Sweeping vistas, plateaus, mountains and canyons, abundant grass and water. This is Chihuahuan Desert hunting land at its best and a nature lover’s dream. This ranch has it all. 60 miles south of Marfa.
$11,750,000  •  13,424 acres
Rare find in the western NE Panhandle. This stewardship-award winning ranch was thoughtfully developed with ease of management in mind. Located in a picturesque setting with native range-land, irrigation, impeccably-maintained facilities, and two homes. Turn-key operation, equipment included. Excellent access just off I-80. Approximately 8-20 miles west of the city of Sidney, NE.
$60,000,000  •  11,300 acres
The Double Heart Ranch offers an unparalleled blend of natural beauty, recreational activities and operational excellence on 11,300 +/- deeded acres in the Gunnison Valley. Unlike many mountain retreats in Colorado, the Double Heart Ranch is a fully functional livestock operation supporting an estimated 1,000 animal units and a hay base producing 2,500 tons of hay annually. The improvements on the ranch are truly remarkable and include a lodge designed to sleep over 20 guests, three additional guest houses in private locations, and five manager’s houses across the ranch. The Double Heart Ranch boasts thriving wildlife populations and outstanding fishing in over five miles of Tomichi Creek. The landscape of the ranch is truly diverse with expansive meadows and riparian corridors in the lower elevations, sagebrush rangeland for grazing and timbered and aspen-covered mountain pastures. The varied topography supports a diverse habitat ideal for both agricultural production and recreation. The property adjoins national forest and connects to thousands of acres of state and BLM for endless recreational opportunities. The ranch is located near the vibrant mountain towns of Gunnison and Crested Butte, which offer convenient commercial air service, local dining, shopping, and community services, as well as access to a renowned ski area. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a multifaceted ranch with impressive improvements, hay production, incredible live water and fishing, excellent wildlife habitat, and a productive agricultural operation.
$14,950,000  •  9,493 acres
The 9,493-acre Buckeye Creek Ranch is a world-class recreational facility! Located only twenty minutes from Cache Creek Casino Resort, one hour from Sacramento, and two hours from San Francisco, the ranch is in a prime location.
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$36,000,000  •  9,400 acres
$39,150,000
To schedule a showing or for more information please contact Layne Walker, Partner|Broker, Hall and Hall Partners, LLP at 214-244-6484. Crooked Tree Ranch is 9,400± acres of prime ranching country in north central Texas. Owned by the same family for the last 25-plus years, the attention to land, vegetation, and improvements is evident. Native pastures have been carefully managed with minimal grazing, controlled burns, and attention to quail habitat. The ranch has a level to rolling terrain as you enter the property and transitions to tree-covered draws toward the back of the ranch. With over ten miles of improved roads, traveling through the property is easy in all weather conditions. The headquarters are the first set of improvements you will encounter. Structures include the manager’s home, guest home, barns, working pens, round pen, an arena, dog kennels, and a small office building. A water collection system is also found at the headquarters where city water is collected. The owner’s home is located toward the back of the ranch. The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home is accompanied by a rock storage building and barn. The area is known for great hunting with the Crooked Tree having many options. Native whitetail deer are very plentiful, with an additional 200-acre high fence hunting area available. While quail numbers throughout north Texas have been down the past several years, quail hunting on the ranch has been excellent with continued quality habitat and management. Dove hunting is also great in season. Other income sources are a cattle lease, wind energy lease, and a possible mineral lease. The Facts: ~9,400± deeded acres ~Ten-plus miles of improved ranch roads ~Automated gate and illuminated entrance ~Headquarters: Three-bedroom, two-bath manager’s home Five-bedroom, three-bath guest home Cattle pens, arena, and round pen Small barn with horse stalls Small equipment barn Dog kennels Refrigerated meat processing room (fully equipped) and large walk-in cooler Small office building ~Owner’s Compound: Three suites, each with its own full bath and private entrance, one half-bath Stone veneer accents a storage building and separate barn currently used to house a large travel trailer
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$28,500,000  •  9,286 acres
$29,000,000
Unquestionably one of the most well-known legacy ranches in northern Colorado, Grizzly Ranch combines exceptional ranching and recreational attributes on 9,286± deeded acres plus 13,400± BLM leased acres. The ranch is located approximately 10 minutes from the quaint mountain town of Walden and 45± minutes from the popular resort town of Steamboat Springs. Named after Grizzly Creek which meanders for five-plus miles through the ranch, the Grizzly Ranch is a well-watered, contiguous ranch that offers great working ranch production values and outstanding recreation. The ranch also contains seven miles of Little Grizzly Creek, and the confluence of Little Grizzly and Grizzly Creeks is the beginning of the famous North Platte River, which flows for another four-plus miles on the ranch. With over 16 miles of creeks and the river, the ranch offers tremendous brown and rainbow trout fishing and the opportunity to make additional stream improvements. The ranch runs a well-balanced hay and grazing operation. Productive hay meadows are irrigated with senior water rights and an extensive ditch system that provides irrigation water for over 4,700 acres. The current owner rates the ranch at 1,000 pairs annually plus 400-500 yearlings and they are producing more than 4,500 tons of quality mountain hay annually. There is an excellent set of first-class operating improvements and outbuildings consisting of multiple sets of working facilities and numerous Morton structures. This is the first time that the ranch is being offered with the seller’s valuable mineral rights, which have generated significant royalty payments from oil and gas production. The Facts: ~ Includes seller mineral rights that have resulted in significant monthly royalty payments ~ 9,286± deeded acres and 13,400± BLM leased acres ~ Scenic North Park Mountain views in every direction ~ More than 4,700 irrigated acres with senior water rights and extensive hay production ~ Very nice sale barn, offices, and outbuildings ~ Six modest homes, 33 livestock sheds, machine shops, and equipment sheds ~ 11,250± square foot calving barn ~ 19,000± square foot sale barn or event center ~ Tremendous set of working facilities, including truck and livestock scales ~ Miles of pipeline, extensive stock tanks, and numerous stock dams ~ Multiple sets of working facilities ~ Tremendous fly fishing for brown and rainbow trout on over 16 miles of creeks and the river ~ Four ponds ~ Pronghorn antelope, mule deer, moose, and elk are found on the ranch ~ Income can also be generated from gravel, water sales, and event hosting on the ranch ~ Livestock and equipment are not included in the sale of the ranch
$21,700,000  •  7,230 acres
For over seven decades, this large western Montana ranch has been under the careful stewardship of a multi-generational ranching family. With over 11 square miles of diverse terrain, it is home to a productive cattle operation that is situated on an exceptionally beautiful piece of the earth, including riparian meadows, irrigated fields, rolling rangelands and conifer forest. There are over two and one-half miles (measured “on the meander”) of both banks of Flint Creek, a trout fishery with excellent populations of brown trout. Elk, deer and other wildlife are commonplace on the uplands of the ranch. You’ll need to lift your jaw from your lap while taking in the views that grace this ranch. Philipsburg, literally across the road from the main entrance, has an impressive array of services for holding a population of less than a thousand people. You will find a grocery, restaurants, a brewery and even a nostalgic candy shop. The well-preserved historic buildings along Broadway Street feel like an old western town because it is an old western town. You’ll need to go to Missoula for an international airport, but that is only an hour away with no mountain passes to grapple with. Philipsburg also has its own paved and lighted airstrip where private aircraft can land on a 3,600-foot runway. Downhill skiing is less than thirty minutes from the front door at Discovery Basin Ski Area, located just above Georgetown Lake. The lake is a popular place for water skiing and other summer water sports, as well as snowmobiling and ice fishing in the winter. The legendary Rock Creek, home of The Ranch at Rock Creek, along with multiple trailheads into the Anaconda Pintler Wilderness, are also located less than thirty minutes from the property. There are no trade-offs to be made in buying this ranch because it has quite literally everything that is on almost everyone’s wish list for a ranch in the Rocky Mountains. The Facts: ~7,230± acre mix of irrigated bottom ground, improved pasture and expansive native range ~471± irrigated via two center pivots and flood with priority dates as far back as 1869 ~Balanced 350 AU black angus cattle operation ~Stock water is provided directly from the source and via a network of springs and tanks ~900± ton average annual yield of grass hay and alfalfa ~Full suite of operational improvements, including corrals, calving facilities, scales, equipment storage, and shops ~Historic five-bedroom, three-and-one-half-bathroom ranch home situated near the ranch headquarters ~Approximately two-and-a-half linear miles of both sides of Flint Creek, an extraordinary, semi-private trout fishery offering riffles, undercut banks and drop-offs ~Over-the-counter Hunting District 210 has a significant population of resident elk, whitetail, and mule deer ~Conservation easement on the lower ranch with the native range unencumbered ~Philipsburg locale provides some of the best four-season recreation in the state, including Beaverhead-Deer Lodge National Forest, additional fishing in renowned Rock Creek, skiing at Discovery Basin, and recreating in nearby Georgetown Lake and East Fork Reservoir ~Adjacent to the historic town of Philipsburg ~One hour, fifteen minutes to Missoula; two hours, fifteen minutes to Bozeman
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$40,000,000  •  6,490 acres
The Waunita Park Ranch, consisting of 6,500 +/- deeded acres, is an exceptional property offered in central Colorado only 26 miles east of Gunnison with a diverse array of features and opportunities. The traditional ranching operations including cow-calf and hay production supported by extensive USFS leases and BLM and State Leases, the Waunita Park Ranch is highly versatile. Spanning from alpine forests and high mountain grass range meadows to sagebrush steppes and highly productive mountain meadow hay land with abundant adjudicated water rights and reservoir storage rights, the property is a haven for diverse activities. This fully staffed ranch includes comprehensive services for operations, housekeeping, groundskeeping, landscaping, and snow removal, ensuring seamless management for new owners. The ranch management plan simplifies the transition process, while the tax and appreciation benefits of large agricultural land holdings add financial incentives. Conservation easement opportunities provide potential cash benefits, and development possibilities range from co-ownership arrangements to traditional development. The ranch boasts outfitting for elk and mule deer hunting, complete with landowner preference licenses, as well as Airbnb potential and facilities suitable for weddings and other events. It also has the potential to serve as a membership community amenity ranch, featuring a rod and gun club. The nearby Wanita Hot Springs offers additional guest ranch services, including geothermal hot springs, horseback riding, four-wheeling, and snowmobiling. Such ranches are increasingly rare, making this an exceptional buy-and-hold investment for families or corporate entities, with its appreciation alone justifying the initial investment. The Waunita Park Ranch is situated in the Gunnison Valley, just 26 miles east of Gunnison, Colorado, near the notable Tomichi Dome. The property is surrounded by over 1.6 million acres of Gunnison National Forest, BLM, and state land. Accessible year-round via Highway 50 and County Road 887, a maintained gravel road, the ranch offers convenient access. Gunnison (GUC) provides private and commercial air service with regular flights to Denver, and seasonal flights to Houston and Dallas. The runway is 9,400 by 150. Denver International Airport (DIA), a regional hub for domestic and international flights, is just four hours (215 miles) from the ranch. The expansive 10,000 square foot main lodge was constructed in 1992, and later completely remodeled, and was designed to accommodate over 20 guests. The commercial kitchen and expansive dining room connecting with the main living room allow for catering to large groups of guests and family. There are several gathering spaces including a spacious living room, a pool table room, a secondary living room off of the primary suite, a smaller dining room attached to the kitchen, and a large mudroom off of the garage with storage and seating. There is an attached 3-car garage along with a separate heated shop with processing facilities and a commercial refrigerator and freezer for game. In addition to the lodge, there are three exceptional guest houses with over 12,000 square feet between them. There are manager's residences, shops and working improvements in several locations on the ranch.
$49,985,000  •  5,888 acres
“W-W Ranch”, Brad, Western Palo Pinto County, Texas: This vast property spanning approximately 5,888 acres located in western Palo Pinto County, Texas is accessible via US Hwy 180 and Upper Brad Road (South of Possum Kingdom). The property features diverse terrain including flat agricultural fields, grassy pastures, undulating grasslands, elevated plateaus, and a picturesque valley with productive soils, pecan trees and 3 miles of clear Ioni Creek running through it. Rich vegetation including various tree species (live oak) and high-protein plants, making it ideal for game ranching, including 350 feet of elevation change. Improvements include a cattle handling facility, residential compound, storage buildings, workshops, and steel cattle working pens. The owner’s compound offers comfortable living quarters and recreational amenities. Water sources include Ioni Creek, a natural spring for potable water, wet weather streams, and numerous stock ponds. The property includes all owned minerals and royalty conveyed, and multiple gas and oil locations. The sale includes 350 head of cattle, farm, and ranch equipment. The property is offered at $49,985,000, no owner financing or division. A rare opportunity for discerning buyers to acquire such beauty and tranquility within 1 hour and 30 minutes of Fort Worth.
$15,000,000  •  5,176.13 acres
An exceptional opportunity to acquire an expansive 5,176.13-acre ranch featuring over one mile of Kaweah River frontage, complete with deeded water rights, and over half a mile of Kaweah Lake shoreline, all conveniently located just a 5-minute drive from the charming Three Rivers town. The D-K Ranch spans from an initial elevation of 800 feet, gradually ascending to a peak of 3,200 feet, revealing stunning mountain vistas and offering absolute seclusion. Currently, the ranch is used for cattle and can comfortably support over 300 cow/calf pairs year-round. The expansive 5,000+ acre property is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. It features prime Kaweah River and lake frontage, perfect for fishing and swimming, along with stocked ponds for anglers. Wildlife abounds, teeming with deer, dove, quail, pigs, and turkey, making it a paradise for hunting. Whether you prefer horseback riding in the large arena or trails, ATV adventures, hunting expeditions, fishing, or hiking along scenic trails, you’ll find it all within the ranch’s boundaries. The ranch boasts a range of impressive improvements, including a newer four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom ranch home with an attached guest quarter and a den, along with a pool and spa. Additionally, there is an original ranch home, which has recently been updated. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom ranch home offers versatile options for guest accommodations, vacation rental potential (VRBO), or ranch staff housing. For added entertainment value, the western-themed barn provides a spacious setting with a well-equipped chef’s kitchen, a redwood bar, a game room, an office, a comfortable bedroom, and more, making it an ideal space for hosting guests and creating lasting memories. Encompassed by breathtaking mountain vistas and offering complete seclusion, the D-K Ranch provides a serene and picturesque retreat. Despite its peaceful setting, it’s remarkably convenient, situated only 5 minutes from town, a mere 15-minute drive to the iconic Sequoia National Park, and only 35 minutes from the jet-capable airport in Visalia, CA. Its central location further positions it as an ideal hub, being just 3.5 hours from Los Angeles and a four-hour drive from vibrant San Francisco. Discover the extraordinary allure of this ranch and make it your own! PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: • Over one mile of main Kaweah River frontage • Trout and small-mouth bass fishing in the main river • Over half a mile of Kaweah Lake frontage • Deeded main Kaweah River and North Fork ditch water rights • Less than 5 minutes to the town of Three Rivers, just across the river • Multiple parcels in the Williamson Act; lower property taxes • Parcels available for prospective construction • Permanent irrigated pasture with pipe fence • New ranch home - 3,681 SF, 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms with attached guest quarters, pool/spa, office, and den • Original ranch home -3 bedroom, 2 bath, garage with A/C • Recently updated with a Western theme • Above ground jacuzzi • Completely enclosed pet enclosure • 70’ X 70’ two-story barn • Incredible views, A/C, chef kitchen, 20 ft. redwood bar, game room, and bathroom upstairs • First floor: office, bedroom, bathroom, exercise or family room, and excellent vehicle parking with 12 ft and 8 ft high electric doors on each end. RV parking with hookups. • Two prime building sites on the river with utilities ready • 4 pipe-fenced corrals throughout ranch for working cattle • Two fishing ponds stocked with bass, crappie and catfish • Large horse/ roping arena with covered horse stable and tack shed • Can support 300 plus cow /calf pairs year-round • New perimeter fencing and cross fencing • The main corral has electricity, scales, and electric squeeze • Large equipment shed with 2 roll-up doors • Large hay shed • Storage container • Well in excellent condition • Ponds and springs throughout the ranch • Dramatic views of the Sierra mountains • Mature, large oak trees throughout the ranch • Great accessibility with roads all over the ranch • Deer, dove, quail, pigs, turkeys for hunting • 35 minutes to Visalia airport with jet capability • 3.5 hours from Los Angeles & 4 hours from San Francisco
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$2,960,640  •  5,165.5 acres
$3,089,364
Welcome to the Desert Oasis Hunting and Cattle Ranch in west Texas which is located just west of the Pandale crossing near the Pecos River in Val Verde County, Texas. This large west Texas ranch has been in one family for generations.  It has been well managed and ranched for the duration of the family's ownership.  This ranch's best and highest use is hunting and recreation and has everything you need.  It is well watered, has great access, can be purchased in smaller pieces, and is well electrified.  The ranch even has a resident couple that lives near the ranch who has cared for everything and are available to work for the new owners if so desired. They take care of everything from repairs to filling feeders to cleaning house and guiding hunts.  They know the ranch like the back of their hand and are very handy to have at the ranch.   This ranch has been surveyed and consists of 2 pastures and 2 traps with a water well and 3 drinkers in the north pasture and a water well and two drinkers in the south pasture. The traps are watered from the north pasture well. The wells are around 500' deep and the groundwater is accessible, prolific, and is high quality, being part of the Edwards-Trinity or Plateau Aquifer. There are several dirt tanks that hold water, as well, providing plentiful water for livestock and wildlife.  Electricity can be scarce in this part of the country but not on this ranch.  There is electricity provided to many locations of the ranch bringing power to the wells and the residences which consist of the main headquarters home, water wells and a hunting cabin. The ranch foreman lives on his own piece of ground right off of the county road.   The ranch has great access from Fielder Draw road, which is a well-maintained county road.  The road system across the entire ranch is good.  You can access just about any part of the ranch in a pickup. Fielder Draw road runs through the middle of the ranch and out the west side. There is a landing strip at the headquarters and another just east of the ranch on the county road for the convenience of flying in. The north pasture and traps or the south pasture could be purchased separately if so desired.  Please call for additional maps and pricing for smaller parcel options.   The topography of this ranch is diverse, attracting many species of wildlife. The elevation change is not too drastic and has a gentle slope from oak-filled draws that run when it rains to outcroppings of rock and caves up in the canyons.  There is about a 60' difference between the draws and the hilltops.  In the draws, the elevation is approximately 1980' and on the mesa elevations are around 2040'.  So far this year, there have been 6 mountain lions killed on the ranch.  Other wildlife includes black bears, bobcats, coyotes, javelina hogs, bobwhite and blue quail, whitetail deer, mule deer, and plenty of varmints. The Pecos River crossing is just a few miles down Fielder Draw road in Pandale.  The Pandale Resort offers lodging, fishing, and kayaking on the Pecos River, and Lake Amistad, Texas' most beautiful trophy fishing lake, is nearby.  Other nearby attractions include Seminole Canyon state park and the Devil's River.    Val Verde County, TX Hunting & Recreational Land For Sale The ranch capacity is greater than expected with the amount of browse and grasses produced.  Historically it has supported one animal unit per 35 acres.  There are two sets of pens and the water lots have traps around them to make gathering livestock easy. The fences are also good as they keep sheep and cows inside. Many varieties of browse and grasses grow here.  In the draws, there are many mature live oaks mots and thick, strong grasses such as side oats grama, hairy grama, blue grama, and more.  There are also very good weeds such as tallow weed among other healthy weeds.  In the flats is a good variety of browse such as Sage, Elbow bush, Acacia, Algerita, Mesquite, Persimmon, Sumac, and more.  Desert ornamentals include Ocotillo, Sotol, Yucca, Spanish Dagger, Guajillo, and Barrel cactus. There are several dirt tanks on this ranch that hold water.    The headquarters is located on the north side of the ranch.  At the headquarters, there are working pens, traps, a hunting cabin, barns, sheds, and a swimming tank.  The above-ground swimming tank has a deck with shade and is located north of the main house in a separate trap. The swimming and fishing tank is stocked with perch for catching bait for Pecos river trot lining.   Several outbuildings and a workshop accompany the main headquarters along with a large set of working pens and a landing strip.  The main house is spacious and comfortable.  It has beautiful saltillo tile, a fenced yard with shade trees, and large rooms.  The main ranch house sleeps 15 plus people and the hunter's cabin will sleep, 10 people.  Most furniture and appliances will stay with the homes.  The roofs were recently replaced on the barn and headquarters home.     Broad tops with big valleys create a combination of easily accessible gentle land with deeper soil and the limestone bluffs, rim country, steep hills, and canyon heads creating a diversity of habitats. This is a working ranch with exceptional hunting. It's also loaded with canyons, mountains, caves, and excellent vegetation cover making this an explorer's dream. It has been well managed for decades and is known for its combination of native grass, shrubs, and trees.  This is the Western Edwards Plateau transitioning into the Chihuahuan Desert, a convergence of two biologically distinct eco-regions in Texas. The ranch is the perfect combination of topography, vegetation, accessibility, scenery, history, and beauty. From Yucca and Sotol to Hackberry and Mesquite woodlands, to Persimmon and Juniper, the ranch represents a crossroads of diversity. The property's browse and grasslands are in great condition, a result of responsible grazing methods. Native grasses, forbs, browse, brush, cacti and trees not only provide excellent habitat for game species such as deer, turkey, quail, and dove, but also for non-game species such as Texas horned lizard, songbirds, fox, ringtail, lions, bears, and many other animals. Mule deer and Whitetail deer populations on the ranch are good. There are also many exotics that roam this area including elk, blackbuck, red deer, and axis.  Wing shooting opportunities for blue quail, Bob White and Morning dove are also good. The ranch is divided into upper mesa land and lower valley/canyon land. This is a fun recreational ranch that offers something for everyone.  Explore the rock cliffs and caves for Indian artifacts, visit Pandale crossing and kayak the Pecos which is just minutes away, go mountain lion hunting, deer hunting, or night calling, go boating and trophy fishing on Lake Amistad and study the cave paintings and dinosaur tracks at Seminole Canyon.  Most of all, enjoy the peace, beauty, and quiet of the west Texas desert.  Call Mike Dolan for more information at 325-450-2550 or Michelle Rushing, Broker at 325-234-3077.   DISCLAIMER: All property information contained herein is furnished by the owner, or from sources deemed reliable to the best of their knowledge. It is not guaranteed, and United Country M&M Ranch Land Investments, LLC makes no representation, guarantee, or warranty, expressed or implied; nor do we assume any legal liability for its accuracy. All offerings are subject to changes in price, errors, omissions, prior sales, and/or withdrawal without notice. Purchaser is solely responsible for verification and all necessary due diligence that may be necessary or required for the purchaser's intended use of the subject property. In accordance with the law, all properties are offered without regard to race, color, gender, creed, national origin, familial status, or handicap. NOTE: The square footage of home and buildings, lot sizes, acreage size, and all property dimensions are approximate; subject to verification by the purchaser, and/or new survey. 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$4,800,000  •  5,078 acres
- Dependable irrigation water from Unity Reservoir - Quality, practical, improvements - Contiguous ranch that allows ‘out the gate’ turnout to spring and summer pastures - Self-sustaining, puts up enough hay to feed cattle throughout the winter - Alfalfa fields attract deer and elk resulting in quality hunting opportunities - Borders national forest land allowing for limitless recreational opportunities
$23,750,000  •  4,850 acres
The ranch has stunning improvements and nearly 3.5 miles of shared boundary with Routt National Forest, allowing for direct access to hundreds of thousands of acres of public lands and endless recreational opportunities.
$8,000,000  •  4,840 acres
Occupying its own secluded valley 45 miles east of the airport in Hailey, the 4,840± acre Lava Lake Home Ranch has been the operating headquarters for Lava Lake Ranch for over two decades and is one of the iconic landholdings in the Sun Valley area. The namesake of the ranch is Lava Lake, a unique 50± acre natural lake that cushions the southern end of the Home Ranch along ancient lava flows and was a well-known landmark for westward-bound pioneers using Goodale’s Cutoff of the Oregon Trail. Ansel Adams photographed Lava Lake in the 1940s and included it in his historic images of Craters of the Moon. Lava Lake Home Ranch is bordered almost entirely by Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands and includes over four miles of boundary with Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve jointly managed by the National Park Service and BLM. The Home Ranch also encompasses approximately 1,000 acres of BLM lands that are part of the associated Lava Lake grazing allotment. Home to herds of elk and mule deer, these BLM lands expand the property’s physical footprint and are inaccessible to the public. In addition to Lava Lake, the ranch features three spring-fed wildlife ponds, a five-acre irrigation reservoir, numerous springs, and several miles of Copper Creek flowing through a vibrant riparian corridor. Wildlife on the Home Ranch is abundant, and during the spring and fall, the Home Ranch becomes a birder’s paradise as thousands of waterfowl, shorebirds, cranes, and songbirds take refuge on the property during their biannual migrations. The owners established Lava Lake Ranch in 1999 and have managed it to sustainably produce the highest quality grass-fed lamb and beef. They are now looking toward retirement and are currently operating the ranch with minimum inputs and significantly reduced livestock numbers. The Home Ranch continues to serve as the winter unit for the owners’ remaining sheep and is being leased to two separate cattle operators for summer grazing. The Home Ranch holds multiple surface and groundwater rights to raise hay and irrigate pasture during summer months. Irrigation infrastructure includes two center pivots, wheel line sprinklers, and hand line sprinklers. In addition, the Home Ranch features a modest but practical set of building improvements that serve current ranch operations. These improvements include a ranch manager’s home, a barn, an equipment shed, a ram shed, lambing sheds, and stack yards. The Home Ranch lies at the heart of the Pioneer Mountains-Craters of the Moon landscape, one of the jewels of natural heritage in the northern Rockies. Supporting an array of wide-ranging and migratory wildlife, this remarkable region covers roughly 2.4 million acres and encompasses diverse land types, from sagebrush steppe, grasslands, and lava flows to river, foothill, and mountain ecosystems. At the core of the area is an intricate patchwork of land ownership that includes over 150,000 acres of private lands managed primarily as operating farms and ranches. These working lands, which include Lava Lake Ranch, connect large swaths of federal and state lands to the north and south that feature extensive inventoried roadless areas, wilderness study areas, and primitive areas managed by the Sawtooth and Salmon-Challis National Forests, BLM, and Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve. A conservation easement held by The Nature Conservancy covers the majority of the Home Ranch and allows for a broad set of agricultural, recreational, and residential uses. A 120± acre section of the property located near the ranch entrance and encompassing the main buildings is located outside of the easement area and therefore is not subject to the terms of the agreement. The Facts ~ Headquarters unit for Lava Lake Ranch ~ 4,840± deeded acres, plus 1,000± acres of BLM land fully encompassed by the ranch and inaccessible to the public ~ Occupies its own valley 60 miles from the amenities of Ketchum/Sun Valley and 45 miles from the airport in Hailey ~ Bordered by high-quality federal and state lands and private ranches covered by conservation easements ~ Excellent year-round access from US Highway 20/26 ~ Highlighted by diverse water resources, including Lava Lake, over three miles of Copper Creek, year-round springs, and multiple wildlife and irrigation ponds ~ Excellent grazing resources including an associated BLM cattle allotment ~ Surface and groundwater rights to raise hay and pasture ~ Modest but practical set of building improvements ~ Elevations range from approximately 5,200 feet to 7,200 feet ~ Unlimited year-round recreation, including big game hunting, wingshooting, hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding, and cross-country skiing ~ Abundant wildlife includes elk, mule deer, antelope, moose, chukar, gray partridge, and waterfowl ~ Qualifies for a landowner appreciation permit for controlled big game hunts in unit 49 ~ With the exception of 120± acres, a conservation easement covers the property ~ Annual property taxes are approximately $7,310
$28,500,000  •  4,654 acres
Owned by the same stewardship-minded family for over four decades, Wood River Ranch is a longstanding, year-round cattle operation that represents one of the landmark properties in the Sun Valley area. Set against the foothills of the Smokey Mountains, the ranch is conveniently located 25 miles south of Ketchum and the resort amenities of Sun Valley and ten miles from the commercial airport in Hailey. The ranch encompasses two operating units with a combined total of 4,654± deeded acres, along with two associated Bureau of Land Management grazing permits. The primary grazing allotment lies approximately 95 miles south of the ranch and accommodates up to 600 head of cattle on a year-round basis. The Big Wood River is the centerpiece of the ranch flowing for over two miles through a robust, wildlife-rich riparian corridor with cottonwood forests, sloughs, and willow-lined wetland areas. The ranch features multiple surface and ground water rights used to irrigate up to 1,472± acres with an integrated irrigation system that includes nine center pivots. Ranch and residential improvements are located in a private setting in the northeast corner of the ranch with easy access to State Highway 75 and include a comfortable six-bedroom owner’s home, employee housing units, a horse barn with an upstairs apartment, equipment storage, livestock pens and feed bunks, and cattle-handling facilities. Elk, deer, antelope, moose, and upland game birds call the ranch home, while fishing for rainbow and brown trout is available in the river. The ranch is located in hunt unit 48 and the Smokey-Bennett elk zone and qualifies for landowner appreciation permits for controlled hunts. Sun Valley, with its world-class skiing, fine dining and shopping, and excellent golf courses, is located a half-hour north of the ranch. The ranch is not covered by a conservation easement at the present time. However, because of the property’s scale, location, open space, and extensive river frontage, it is a prime candidate for one. The Facts: ~ Landmark Sun Valley ranch owned by the same family for over four decades ~ 4,654± total deeded acres in two separate operating units ~ Approximately 30 minutes south of Ketchum and the Sun Valley Resort and 15 minutes from the airport in Hailey ~ Main ranch features 4,074± deeded acres, plus a 120± acre BLM summer grazing permit ~ Castleford Unit includes 580± deeded acres and a 600-head year-round BLM grazing permit encompassing over 39,000 acres of BLM land ~ Multiple surface and groundwater irrigation rights covering 1,472± acres, including approximately 1,000 acres under nine center pivots ~ Over two miles of both sides of the Big Wood River with fishing for rainbow and brown trout ~ Excellent, well-maintained residential and ranch improvements ~ Extremely private with limited impacts from the public ~ Wildlife includes elk, mule deer, antelope, moose, chukar, gray partridge, sage grouse, waterfowl, and an array of non-game species ~ Ranch qualifies for landowner appreciation program tags for controlled hunts in unit 48 ~ No conservation easement although an excellent candidate for one ~ Property taxes are approximately $29,000, including annual groundwater assessments
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$6,360,900  •  4,553 acres
$6,990,000
Just outside of Alpine, Texas, the Anchor Land & Cattle Ranch, historically part of the Kokernot family holdings, is a spectacular example of rolling desert grasslands suitable for grazing and wildlife management. The vistas from the home’s porch are spectacular with commanding views of the area mountain ranges, including the Glass and Del Norte Mountains to the east and south. Arguably one of the best locations for a sunrise cup of coffee to be found! To the north and Northwest are views of Henderson Mesa, the Barilla Mountains and the Davis Mountains, beyond the landmark view of Mitre Peak. LOCATION The Anchor Land & Cattle Ranch is located a short 3.8 miles east of the center of Alpine, Texas along the north side of Hwy. 90. In addition to the access and frontage along Hwy. 90 (3,841 feet of frontage), there is also frontage on Country Club Estates Dr. On the west (785 feet of frontage) and access via Kimball Lane on the north. Kimball Lane traverses the northern end of ranch for about a mile. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The ranch is predominantly level and rolling grasslands accented by multiple hills and several drainages. The ranch’s elevations range from about 4200’ to 4520’ above sea level with the higher elevations mainly on the western portions of the ranch. Native grasses found on the ranch include various grama grasses, tobosa and Arizona Cottontop. Brush and tree species include mesquite, catclaw, acacias, hackberry, and succulents. WILDLIFE The ranch is home to a small herd of pronghorn antelope and mule deer use the ranch as part of their range. The ranch typically harvests 1-2 mule deer bucks per year and historically has taken 1-2 Pronghorn annually but no antelope have been taken in last 3 years due to drought related population concerns. In addition, the ranch has javelina, dove, blue quail, migratory waterfowl and predators (plus feral hogs and occasionally aoudad); all providing additional hunting opportunities. IMPROVEMENTS The ranch is improved with an approximate 3,400 SF (including porches) two-story barndominium with about 1/3 garage/shop/barn and 2/3 being a two-story residence with a bunkroom/office, etc. downstairs and a 2 bedroom/2 bath with kitchen and dining/living area upstairs. Both downstairs and upstairs have nice easterly-facing porches. Ranching improvements include perimeter fencing (much of it new), one cross fence separating a 600+/- acre pasture on north end from main pasture, working pens, horse pens, a well-distributed water system with a dozen or more troughs, and ranch roads. Note, inholdings (see below) and a neighbor are not fenced out at this time. There is a 1,000-yard shooting range. There is a nice entrance off Hwy 90 and the main entry road is paved for about 1.4 miles through the development piece described below. WATER Portions of Alpine Creek, Moss Creek and some of their tributaries traverse the ranch. While most are seasonal, one of those stretches is a live water creek that benefits from treated and tested water leaving the City of Alpine water treatment facility located on the neighbor to the west. The water entering the ranch averages about 200,000 gallons per day, more during periods of rainfall and less if the city is using the water for other purposes (e.g. watering golf course). The live water creek courses through the ranch for about 3.5 miles providing a valuable water resource for livestock, wildlife and birdlife. There are four water wells on the ranch at present; two of which are equipped with submersibles and operational. The other two are ready to be equipped and tied into the system. Of the two operating wells, one services the residence area and the second services the livestock watering distribution and delivery system. The ranch also benefits from shared water from the neighbor (ask broker for further details). The residence also has a rainwater catchment system and related storage and delivery system. There are numerous dirt stock tanks catching and holding runoff water following adequate rainfall. ELECTRICITY Electricity is available in several areas on the ranch. MINERALS Negotiable DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL The previous owner laid out and platted some 552 acres out of the southernmost portion of the ranch and fronting along a portion of the Hwy 90 frontage (aka Kokernot Ranch Estates). The development plan included 20 tracts ranging in size from 16.04 acres to 49.23 acres with most being about 20 acres. They are situated on the east and west sides of the paved entry road mentioned above. The previous owner also buried electrical power and telephone lines to service the various tracts. Of the twenty tracts, four of the tracts (tracts #20, #17, #14 and #16) are owned by others. All of those conveyed tracts are on the west side of the road. Those four tracts have legal access on the improved main road and are effectively or physically inholdings in the case of #20. At this time there are no improvements on any of the 4 tracts nor are they fenced out from the ranch. At least a couple of the tract owners are willing sellers per conversations with manager. There are certain obligations the owner has with respect to owning 16 of the 20 tracts. EASEMENTS, ETC. The ranch has two smaller 69KV electric transmission lines crossing the ranch. One along Highway 90 and another centrally located and crossing east-west. The Energy Transfer Trans Pecos Pipeline (natural gas 42”) crosses the ranch east-west near the northern border. Kimball Lane also traverses the ranch near the northern border. There is a 30’ access easement to an unfenced 100-acre neighbor (Reinhardt) from Kimball Lane adjacent to property line. The 100 acres are subject to various restrictions limiting its uses and potentially further development; however, those same restrictions apply to Anchor’s three bordering sections except for grazing and wildlife management at this time (ask broker for details). A 35± acre portion of the ranch is located north of the railroad right of way that traverses the ranch near the northern border and is currently fenced into a neighbor’s pasture and used by the neighbor. OTHER Livestock, any rolling stock, equipment, furnishings or other personal property owned by the seller or any other person are not included in the offering but may be separately negotiable.
$12,000,000  •  4,356 acres
Powderhorn Ranch is a sprawling 4,356±-acre cattle ranch located near Greenfield, California, with all the improvements and water you need to pick up and keep this operation moo-ving!
Contact for Price  •  4,290 acres
PROPERTY SPECS Total Acres: 4,290± Water: Lake, 25 Tanks, Creek, Water Wells, Irrigation Wells County: Zavala & Maverick Nearest City: Uvalde Distance: Minutes Features: Giant Lake 25 Stock Tanks Both Sides Chacon Creek 4 Irrigation Wells 3 Pivot Systems 3 Domestic Water Wells 5 BR/5 BA Main House 3BR / 3BA “Hotel” 9 BR/ 5.5 BA Hunting Lodge Commercial Kitchen Some Minerals/No Production Huge Barn/Workshop Rifle/Pistol Range Level III MLD 22 Executive Deer Stands Game Managed Giant Whitetails 1 Hour To Airport Electric Gated Paved Access
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$8,150,000  •  4,193 acres
$8,500,000
The Eagle Rock Ranch just outside Capitan, NM is a prime location cattle ranch with numerous spots perfect for building your mountain home and ranch headquarters. The property is blessed with tremendous views of the Capitan Mountains bordering the north side of the ranch and the Sacramento Mountains to the south of Capitan. Sierra Blanca Mountain (with Ski Apache) offers beautiful views to the southwest. The Village of Capitan is on the southwest corner, US Highway 380 on the south, and the Lincoln National Forest, with all its recreational opportunities, is on the northeast boundary. Seclusion, privacy, quiet, yet proximity to the attractions of the Ruidoso area make this ranch a great candidate for a person seeking a mountain ranch, a high-end developer, or someone simply desiring an exclusive property to build their ranch home and headquarters near Ruidoso. LOCATION Eagle Rock Ranch is located about 25 minutes from Ruidoso and about 35 minutes from Ruidoso Downs. This area embodies all that New Mexico rural mountain ranch life can be. Lots of peace and quiet but close to skiing, restaurants, shopping, amenities, and the culture of the Ruidoso area. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The acreage consists of 4,193 total acres with 2,412 deeded acres and 1,781 NM state lease acres. The terrain varies with open meadows, forested hills and ridges, canyons, and arroyos. The altitude ranges from about 6,400 feet near the southwest corner to about 6,750 feet on the highest ridge near the center of the ranch. Flora consists of pinion pine, scattered ponderosa pine, juniper, and mountain mahogany. Range plants include blue, black, and side oats grama, buffalo grass, and various other forbs and grasses. WILDLIFE The deeded acreage of the ranch has not been hunted in recent years and big game present or transiting the ranch includes elk, deer, antelope, black bear, and mountain lion. Smaller predators and small game are present as well. The ranch is located within Game Management Unit 37. The ranch currently receives unlimited over-the-counter landowner elk, deer, and antelope tags. IMPROVEMENTS The ranch has good perimeter and cross fencing with several large pastures and traps as well as a set of pens near the southwest corner bordering Capitan. A new 3060 foot shop building and an older 6-stall horse barn is at the same location. WATER Water is widely distributed on the ranch via pipelines and supplied from two storage tanks. The large tank is estimated at 35000 gallons and the smaller tank is 2500 gallons. Water is sourced from one generator-powered well near the center of the ranch. Numerous earthen dams are located throughout the ranch to conserve runoff from rain and snow. There is a live water spring-fed creek at the extreme southern end of the ranch near US 380 and several wet weather creeks scattered throughout. Capitan Village water and sewer utilities are located at the southwest corner. A 444-acre portion of the property on the west side is subdivided and is listed for a potential separate sale (listing # 17933855). A plat is available. The potential for an exclusive private ranch development is inherent.
$13,500,000  •  3,676 acres
- 3,676 +/- deeded acres with adjoining 9,570 acre +/- BLM lease and 640 acres State lease - 3,150 acres of hay meadows and pastures irrigated by historic water rights consisting of 166 cfs and 936-acre feet of storage in Butte Reservoir - Excellent fly-fishing along 4.4 miles of the North Platte River and adjoins Gold Medal waters on three separate lakes within the Delaney Butte Lakes State Wildlife Area - Conservation easement with The Nature Conservancy - Estimated carrying capacity of 925 cow/calf pairs, currently very focused on hay production - Numerous functional improvements with primary residence, new shop, two-story owner/manager’s home, manufactured homes, historic barn, two new hay barns, outbuildings, and corrals - Situated just 7 miles from Walden along county-maintained roads and easy access to world-class skiing, including one hour from Steamboat Springs, 1.5 hours from Winter Park, and just under 3 hours from Denver, Colorado - Level topography along the North Park valley floor situated at an average of 8,000′ above sea level
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