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$324,360,000  •  424,000 acres
An assemblage of 7 ranches making up 424,000± acres that include some of the most amazing land features found in the Southwest, located in Brewster County, TX. The vast landscape comes a diversity of habitats and a rich population of native wildlife. Desert big horn sheep permits are given each year by Texas Parks and Wildlife to hunt the sustainable population of the Desert Big Horn Sheep.
$92,139,660  •  120,444 acres
Dagger Flats Ranch has a variety of habitats and improvements. The headquarters is an elaborate assemblage of homes, barns, and building all looking north at the beautiful mountains on the ranch. The ranch has a live water section of San Francisco Creek that is cottonwood lined for over five miles. The ranch is a working cattle and hunting ranch with Elk, Mule deer Desert Big Horn Sheep habitats as well as the availability of permits by TPWD.
$80,131,230  •  102,078 acres
Dove Mountain Ranch is a massive contiguous cattle and hunting ranch is at the gateway to Big Bend National Park to the south and is home to a wide array of natural features. If there is one thing that makes this ranch stand out is the availability of Desert Big Horn Sheep habitats as well as the availability of permits by TPWD.
$25,860,000  •  34,480 acres
YE Mesa is an elevated high mountain volcanic structure sitting high over Big Bend National Park's north entrance along and includes 10 miles of the Santiago Mountains that form Persimmon Gap to the south. Rugged, wild, secluded, amazing are just a few words to describe this true mountain ranch.
$28,833,935  •  34,123 acres
Horse Mountain Ranch is located just a 30-minute drive from the Gage Hotel in Marathon, which serves as the gateway to Big Bend Nation Park to the south. Horse Mountain Ranch is divided into two contiguous historical ownerships with the north portion being a wide valley between the Pena Blanca Mountains, Horse Mountain and Twin Peaks creating an expanse called Lightning Flat where the headwaters of Horse Draw and Pena Blanca Draw are located. The Headquarters is located on the north unit adjacent to the Historic Reed Spring which makes a beautiful cottonwood tree lined lake.
$15,157,886  •  19,814 acres
Tesnus Ranch is a cattle and hunting recreation ranch with an amazing amount of seclusion framed between towering mountains all within diverse low, mid to high desert habitats. An excellent all-weather caliche road provides access into the ranch where near the entrance there is a very nice modern 3-bedroom 2-bath Headquarters home.
$38,000,000  •  14,753 acres
La Panza Ranch is a 14,750±- acre ranch in San Luis Obispo County, California. La Panza represents a unique opportunity to acquire a turn-key, multifaceted holding, that includes an active cattle and agricultural operation, an expansive family compound of the highest quality, 280-acres of high density olive plantings, pastures, plantings of alfalfa and hay with abundant grazing. The acquisition includes all farm improvements, a state-of-the art olive oil mill, farm implements, inventory, all furnishings and personal property as well as the highly regarded La Panza Olive Oil brand. In an uncertain world, La Panza represents a private retreat and a step back into its rich history as part of Old California. The property and operation is private, secure and essentially self-contained in a bucolic setting with abundant wildlife, dramatic landscape and views in every direction, yet with all modern amenities. So important in California, having over 50 wells, natural springs and 3 reservoirs, water is abundant at La Panza. All of this, yet well located along State Highway 58 with a less than one-hour drive to San Luis Obisbo and Morro Bay and less than two-hours to Bakersfields, both having municipal airports. La Panza also has its own helipad and area for a private air strip. *Co-Listed with CBRE*
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$29,000,000  •  11,300 acres
$36,500,000
Double Heart Ranch combines virtually every quality that one looks for in a mountain ranch. On the recreational side, it has outstanding wildlife viewing and big game hunting as well as nearly five miles of near blue ribbon quality fishing on Tomichi Creek. It also adjoins the national forest and ties together thousands of acres of leased public land. From the point of view of location, it is 26 miles east of Gunnison which offers a dynamic small Colorado mountain town plus commercial air service. The ranch is also an hours’ drive to Crested Butte which is a world-class destination ski resort and only ten miles from the Monarch ski area. Contrary to many mountain retreats in Colorado, it has a viable livestock operation estimated at 800 animal units which operates on 11,300± deeded acres and approximately 45,000 acres of state, BLM and USFS grazing leases and permits. Its land base offers an appealing mix of lush irrigated meadows with early water rights in excess of 100 CFS that produce around 2,500± tons of hay per year on 2,500± irrigated acres. Sagebrush uplands transition to timbered mountain pastures and heavily timbered areas at the upper elevations of the ranch. Improvements include a large lodge complex that sleeps up to 26 and offers the potential for a viable commercial guest/hunting operation or corporate retreat. It can also simply function as a base for a family. In addition, Double Heart has three “owner quality” homes, five manager and staff houses and good quality ranch operating facilities. The ranch controls 250 square miles with associated outfitting and guiding permits. The ranch also participates in Colorado’s Parks and Wildlife Landowner Preference Program (LLP) and is currently allocated 19 deer and 19 antelope tags. Double Heart Ranch is a scenic ranch with broad meadows and both open and timbered pastures. The towering Tomichi Dome rises right out of the middle of the property. In summary, this is a fully improved operating mountain ranch in a great location with a full complement of scenic and recreational amenities. The Facts: ~ 11,300± deeded acres ~ 45,000+ acres of state, BLM and national forest leased land ~ 26 miles east of Gunnison, CO and Gunnison–Crested Butte Regional Airport ~ Less than an hour to Crested Butte and 10 miles west of Monarch ski area ~ Direct access off Highway 50 ~ Exceptional 10,000+ square foot primary lodge can accommodate 26 guests comfortably ~ Eight additional homes, equipment shop, barn, and working facilities for livestock ~ Just over five miles of both banks of Tomichi Creek ~ Brown and rainbow trout fishery ~ Adjacent to the Gunnison National Forest, BLM and state land ~ Ranch surrounds iconic landmark of Tomichi Dome and is close to Fossil Ridge Wilderness Area ~ 2,500± Irrigated meadows ~ 2,500± tons of hay ~ 100 CFS of water rights ~ Currently running 800 cow/calf pairs ~ Abundant grazing land ~ Outstanding wildlife habitat ~ The ranch controls 250 square miles of rangeland and associated outfitting and guiding permits ~ Located in GMU 551 ~ Park and Wildlife Landowner Preference Program (LLP) allocates 19 deer and 19 antelope tags ~ Elk tag process changes annually ~ Elk, deer, bear, moose, antelope, mountain lion and a variety of small game animals and birds
$26,770,000  •  11,044 acres
The Hughes Mountain Ranch consists of 11,044 deeded acres against the Little Belt Mountains. The ranch is 97% deeded, beautiful and private yet accessible. The ranch is a functional cattle operation with 400 +/- acres of hay, well maintained pastures, and four sets of working corrals. A great variety of recreational opportunities parallel agriculture on the ranch neighboring the Lewis and Clark National Forest and Judith River Wildlife Management Area. Landmarks located on or adjacent such as Carr Coulee, Reed Hill, Woodhurst Mountain, and Mary’s Knoll reminds one of the rich history imprinted for generations. The all-encompassing views can be had while biking, trail running, hiking, hunting, and ranching, what a great way to work, live, and play. The Ranch is bountiful with premier habitat for big game with a strong elk presence the ranch harbors two residence elk herds growing through the winter. The combination of Hunting District’s, quality and quantity insures a successful Bull Hunt. Hunting elk in Montana has never been so accessible.
$22,000,000  •  10,955 acres
The highly improved 4M Ranch is a world unto itself with an incredible suite of world class improvements including a 5,000 ft paved runway, crushed rock roads, headquarters complex, and set out miles away on a limestone perch sits a truly remarkable 10,000 sq/ft home with infinity pool peering down at the 4 miles of Lower Pecos River frontage below.
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$3,185,850  •  9,510 acres
Cooks Creek Ranch is scenic with tremendous views down into Indian Creek and Cook Creek with rolling hills and limestone cliff canyon banks. Water on the ranch is distributed in a variety of wells, pipelines, water storage, and water troughs. Recent use and management have been focused on improving and growing both mule deer and whitetail deer populations. The population is about 50/50 for these two deer types and some of the best Blue Quail hunting in Texas.
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$7,383,000  •  7,383.81 acres
DRY CREEK RANCH The Dry Creek Ranch is a 7,383.81 deeded acre plus a 40-acre New Mexico State Lease Ranch. 5,134.76 acres are in Colorado and 2,249.05 acres in New Mexico. The terrain varies from mountainous to hilly in New Mexico to more of an undulating to rolling hills and ravines on the Colorado side. This varying terrain not only supports a well-balanced livestock operation, but also offers excellent recreational and hunting opportunities. Elevation ranges from approximately 7,600 feet at the south side where the property boundary is nestled against the Johnson Mesa Campground to 6,000 feet at the northern property line in Colorado. The mountainous New Mexico area is dotted with small natural and man-made ponds for livestock and wildlife use. A spring at the southern end is plumbed to a pipeline that supplies water to the Headquarters and 12 livestock tanks. The Ranch manager, Frank Sylva, has been managing the Dry Creek Ranch for 14 years and has proven himself to be truly knowledgeable in range production and livestock management as well as a game manager. Access to the Ranch is via a single road in and out. This helps keep traffic to a minimum. Location: The Dry Creek Ranch is located in the mid southern part of Las Animas County, Colorado, and the mid northern part of Colfax County, New Mexico. The Ranch is approximately 35 minutes east of Trinidad, Colorado. Travel from Trinidad, Colorado is via US Highway 160. Departing Highway 160, you travel on well-maintained county roads offering year-round access. The county road ends at the headquarters. Terrain: Dry Creek Ranch offers a variety of terrain from the south boundary setting at the caprock edge to mountainous terrain with lush meadows, ponds, and trees to rolling hills, arroyos, and plains. Traversing the New Mexico portion of the Ranch is best done either by horseback or an ATV. ATV roads and trails make it possible to access the majority of the Ranch. Several intermittent water drainage ways or rivulets are scattered throughout. Water: The main water supply is from a spring located at 7,400’ and delivers water via a pipeline to the headquarters and 12 drinking tanks, the lowest at 6,400 feet. As with all springs and wells, the production will vary, however this spring historically produces about 8 gpm. There are numerous water ponds dotted throughout the Ranch. Dry Creek meanders through the ranch and diverts water to the Mestas Ditch, a water right used for the irrigation of pasture lands on wetter years. Blue Creek also meanders through the New Mexico side and leaves the ranch prior to the Colorado line. It is a productive stream and seems to flow longer into the season than Dry Creek. Vegetation: (from terrain) The main grasses on Dry Creek Ranch are Vegetation, June Crested Wheat and Blue Grama. In addition, there are abundant varieties of Nutritional Forbs. The Ranch has a population of Pinon, Ponderosa, Blue Spruce, Jack Pine, Juniper, White and Red Cedar Trees along with Oak Brush. There is an ongoing effort to mechanically control any locust trees. Hunting and Recreation: The Dry Creek Ranch, being in both Colorado and New Mexico, offers a unique hunting scenario. The New Mexico segment offers a different elk hunting than Colorado in allowing the landowner a greater opportunity to allow elk hunting on their property. Wildlife on the Ranch consists of Elk, Deer, Antelope, Bear, Mountain Lion, Turkey, and Predatory Animals. In Colorado, Dry Creek Ranch is in Game Management Unit 140 and in New Mexico Game Management Unit 57. The Owner and Ranch Manager have been enthusiastic in promoting wildlife environment and habitat as well as being guarded in allowing minimal guided outside hunts on Dry Creek Ranch. Through management the wildlife concentration and quality on Dry Creek Ranch is considered to be very strong in comparison to the surrounding area. All wildlife photos are taken on Dry Creek. Recreation: Dry Creek Ranch offers several recreational adventures for the family. These can be horseback riding for hours through the thick treed area or wandering through the oak brush. While ATVing through the rougher New Mexico side, one can go for days and find new adventures each day or hiking through the same terrain and taking pictures. While on horseback or hiking, one can look for old artifacts abandoned by homestead settlers and homesteads. In the early days, most of this Ranch was homesteaded and what now are grass meadows were once farm fields growing beans and wheat. One can occasionally find old farm tools and wagon parts. Improvements: House: Main level: 1872 sq ft 3 Bedrooms 1 Bath Living Room Dining Room Entry Room Office Kitchen Basement: One large room (semi-finished) consisting of 1040 sq ft plus an 832 sq ft garage at the end. Shop: Metal Morton Building – 30’ X 60’ – Heated with an older coal pot belly stove (wood Burning). Floor: Concrete Electricity: 220 Volt Cattle: As you crisscross Dry Creek Ranch, it becomes evident that the Ranch has been responsibly managed with no evidence of over grazing or abuse. Currently there is approximately 138 pair plus bulls and horses on the Ranch. It is estimated that this Ranch should carry 175-200 pair, 20 replacement heifers, 8-10 bulls, plus horses. The carrying capacity of course depends on cow size, bull ratio, management practices, and weather. DRY CREEK RANCH SUMMARY Southern Colorado plus Northern New Mexico Location Great Fencing Productive Grass plus Forks Spring Water Water Pipeline System Seasonal plus Year-Round Creeks Good Access Yet Secluded – End of the Road 7,283 Acres – 2 States Balanced Winter/Summer cow/calf unit Numerous Ponds Treed and Brush 45 Minutes to Airport Wildlife – elk, deer, antelope, bear, mountain lion, turkey, and predators Game Management Units – 140 in Colorado – 57 in New Mexico Elk Deer Antelope Bear Mountain Lion Merriam Turkey Variety of terrain from mountain to plains, treed plus brush, to open meadows and open grasslands. Taxes: $2,741.12 Price: $7,383,000
$6,000,000  •  7,317 acres
The Beaver Creek Ranch is situated 8 miles South of Baker City in Northeast Oregon. This is the first time offering of this ranch and it is priced to sell. The Ranch is balanced with over 260 acres of irrigated hay and pasture featuring good full season water and approximately 1.5 miles of the Powder River running through the ranch. The ranch runs South with native range pasture into a small amount of scattered timber on the upper end of the ranch. The owner has spent considerable effort establishing good stock water in the various pastures. Interior cross fencing and perimeter fencing is in great condition. Improvements include a nice home, barns, outbuildings, good corrals and livestock handling facilities; all of which are in great shape. If you are looking for a ranch that offers good production with ease of management, this is it. Whether it is a cow/calf, yearling or a combination, the ranch offers that kind of flexibility. It has hunting and fishing, all of which could be further developed should one desire. We are very pleased to present this ranch. At a time when nearly all properties are obscenely over priced, this one is not. Please give us a call for further information. $6,000,000. **There is an additional 1,992+/- acre pasture that is nearby, offering good spring, summer or fall grazing; you can drive the cattle to and from the main ranch priced separately at $1,095,842
$4,689,998  •  6,253.35 acres
Maravillas Creek Ranch has recently had a major overhaul of roads, fences, wells, water troughs, dams, tanks, and a new private building site up in the hills with electricity. The ranch terrain varies from a nice combination of overflow flats next to igneous rolling hills. The ranch is embedded in a landscape of public lands creating unlimited recreational opportunities right next door and just down the road. Big Bend National Park, Black Gap WMA and Big Bend State Park.
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$7,500,000  •  5,727 acres
$9,000,000
Originally established as a Cattle Ranch in 1884, Piceance Creek Ranch is a productive cattle operation as well as a premier hunting ranch consisting of 5727 +/- deeded acres along with a BLM grazing allotment and private grazing/hunting lease. The ranch encompasses over 20,000 contiguous acres. Owner rated at 350-400 cows year round while maintaining good wildlife wildlife habitat. Deeded water rights irrigate approximately 224 acres of hay meadows. Piceance creek runs through the ranch for over 4 miles along with numerous ponds, springs and wells. Elevation varies from 6600 ft 8500 ft making this ranch a Sportsman's Paradise as well as a high quality cattle ranch. Improvement's include a 3131 sq/ft log Main house, newly added on to tenant house, guest cabin, two shop's, corrals, and numerous outbuildings typical of a working ranch. There is a cow camp/hunting lodge on the south end of the ranch aprox 10 miles from the headquarters. Carrying capacity of the ranch is owner rated at 350-400 cows year round while still maintaining quality wildlife habitat. The location of the ranch is 30 miles NW of Rifle, Co. and 35 miles SW of Meeker, Co. Located in both Rio Blanco and Garfield counties. GMU 22
$14,950,000  •  2,937 acres
Far from the displeasing crowds and noise, safely situated at the base of southwest Montana’s majestic Beaverhead Mountain Range and the famed Continental Divide, JY Bagby Ranch encompasses 2,937± acres of deeded land adjoining the Beaverhead National Forest in the historic Big Hole Valley of Montana. Surrounded by dramatic vistas of the Beaverhead, Pintlar and Pioneer Mountain Ranges, the Ranch is located near the small ranching town of Jackson and the historic ghost town of Bannock – both notable sites in Montana’s early history.
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$2,229,380  •  2,822 acres
$2,610,350
Here is an opportunity to take advantage of approximately 2,800 acres of pristine California landscape for cattle grazing, hunting, or just getting away from it all. Situated roughly 21 miles north and west of Red Bluff off of Highway 36, the fully-fenced Heritage Ranch has been in the same extended family for multiple generations. Currently leased out for winter grazing, in a typical year the ranch can carry approximately 160-175 winter calving cows from December to May. Seasonal creeks and ponds, along with a year-around reservoir, provide water for stock. Hunters can look forward to deer, wild pigs, bear, turkey, dove and quail, among other native game. Under Williamson Act protection for lower taxes. Property Highlights: • 2822 Acres • Located about 21 miles northwest of Red Bluff • Primary uses are winter grazing land and hunting property • Carries about 160-175 winter calving cows • Winter pasture between December and May • Seasonal creeks and ponds • Year-around reservoir • Hunting: deer, wild pig, bear, turkey, dove and quail • Williamson Act
$5,400,000  •  2,701 acres
It’s all about land and cattle. Imagine 2,701 deeded acres consisting of six non-contiguous parcels starting at the south east corner of the fertile Fall River Valley, where the 1,073 acre Ranch Headquarters is located. This section of the ranch has 588 acres under production plus 80 acres of irrigated pasture. 7 barns, 4 feed lots, shop, 4 homes and additional buildings. Beaver Creek runs through the ranch providing water to fill 2 reservoirs for irrigation purposes as well as recreational use. One ag well tied together with creek water via an underground mainline system. In works. In addition to the cows, the owners have around 200 sheep. The ranch runs about 400-500 cows year-round with a BLM/USFS grazing permit. The Round Barn Ranch section includes 1,028 acres, beautiful sub-irrigated meadow and spring fed pond take in about 80 acres. This section ties in nicely with the permit area. The remaining 600+ acres are also within the permit area, and, are a crucial part to how the leased land The Ranch is in the Williamson Act PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: Cattle Operation: The owners have released 320 mother cows and 164 calves onto the lease for the 2020 season, the remaining 156 cows will calve in the next month. The approximate 60,000 acre BLM/Forest Service lease is a huge part of the operation. The combined lease is for 500 cow calf outfit, from April to November and the entire area is fenced. The permit ground dates are BLM beginning 4/15 to 6/01, then onto the Forest Service from 6/01 to 10/15, then back onto the BLM lease from 10/16 to 11/15. There are several sub irrigated meadows through the lease as well as springs and ponds for stock water. The simplicity of releasing the cows onto the lease is a major factor to the working dynamics of the ranch. A gate! Simply open the gate to the bordering BLM lands. The cows come home the same way. In addition, there is a small fenced lease area to the west of the ranch, which can handle 50 cows for a few months. About 25 head remain on the ranch in the pasture area, and, are moved around as needed. The ranch has had up to 500 sheep. The sheep operation takes in about 27 acres. Large sheep barn has 8064 sf. under roof, a lambing barn, several sheep sheds and a wool shed. Headquarters: The main ranch house sits on the banks of the pond, surrounded by mature trees and green lawns. Offering 2754 sf of living space with 4 bedrooms and 3 baths. Country kitchen opens to family room. Formal dining room, living room, small office and sunroom. Alongside the home is a rec-room with storage area, plus a meat processing room with cold storage. Grandma’s House also enjoys a view of the pond with 2,064 sf. including 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Attached 1 car garage and fenced in yard. Rental home is 1020 sf. with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath and the caretakers single wide MFH has 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. In addition, there is a large metal shop with several bays, the main area has concrete floor and is well equipped for mechanical use. The large working corrals have a covered squeeze chute, a loading chute and certified scales. The 11,200 sf. pole barn has feed racks on both sides and can hold up to 500 ton. There is a charming old barn which holds up to 200 ton of sale hay. The 4 feed-lot barns are identical with feed racks on two sides and can hold 250 ton. Several other outbuildings as you would typically find on a working ranch. The owners have been replacing some of the fencing with steel posts and H braces, as well as new wire. The 588 acres of farm ground consists of 460 acres irrigated with wheel-lines and flood. 54 acres sub irrigated hay, and 74 acres dry land grain. Producing enough hay to feed the cows through the winter months, with extra premium hay to sell. The remaining ground is creek, ponds, grazing and infrastructure. Water: The ranch has both surface and ground water. The ranch has established 1886 water rights for 1,440 miner’s inches of water from Beaver Creek and appropriative water right to store water for 200 acre feet a year in the 2 reservoirs. There is a pump in each reservoir to distribute water back into the underground mainline. The Beaver Creek diversion dam allows the ranch to divert water by gravity flow through mainline to the ponds and irrigation system. The ag well produces about 1,000 GPM and is also typed into the underground mainline system. Round Barn Ranch section is named for the historical Round Barn that was built in the early 1800, the barn has been removed and donated to the local museum. The ranch is located about 6 miles from the Headquarters. It’s partially fenced, has a panel corral and several springs. There is a gravel pit on the hillside with road access. This is one of the first places the cows go when released on the lease and usually gather here in the fall. The remaining 4 parcels are Compton Springs, 120 acres just south of the Headquarters, has a spring the feeds Beaver Creek and is fully fenced but lays outside the grazing permit. The 160 acre Dam Site is on Beaver Creek and was the proposed site of a dam which never came to fruition. Wilson Springs, 160 acres about 9 miles southeast of the Headquarters with some spring development for livestock water. The Homestead parcel is also 160 acres bordering the state game refuge and near the Beaver Creek wetlands. The sub irrigated meadow is fenced. This parcel is about 12 miles for the Ranch Headquarters. The recreational and hunting opportunities are endless. The abundant wildlife include deer, antelope, bear, quail, waterfowl and more. Bass fish in the ponds as well as canoeing, swimming and floating. The ranch qualifies for 2 land owner deer tags and is located in the X4 deer zone. The views from Ranch Headquarters are amazing including Mt. Shasta and valley. This is a unique opportunity to own a full working ranch, a recreational ranch and stunning landscape.
$16,000,000  •  2,214.58 acres
Introducing 2,214.58± meticulous kept acreage, bordering 6,200± acres of USFS lands, 600± acres of habitat enhancement, 9± miles of crowned and enhanced main roads, 31± miles of secondary roads, erosion mitigation, no conservation easement, seasonal senior water rights, stunning wildlife, and an exceptional luxury estate creates a ranch offering rarely seen in the ranching world, this is “Taylor Canyon Ranch”. Pagosa Springs, Colorado, located in Archuleta County is steeped in western history, starting with its name Pagosa (a Ute word meaning “healing or boiling water”). In the 1970’s Pagosa Springs and Archuleta County became a haven for land developers. The county offered what hungry land seekers wanted, panoramas of mountains, forest, streams, and large open acreage. Taylor Canyon Ranch encompasses 2,215± deeded acres of exceptional well-maintained land. The ranch has 600± acres under habitat enhancement with exceptional restoration work, totaling over 30 years of aggressive efforts. An estimated 10,000 stumps have been removed from turn of the century clear cuts. Washout and erosion points have been mitigated on a huge portion of the ranch. These efforts have paid off creating a national park-like setting, attracting an abundance of different wildlife making the ranch their home. Hundreds of resident elk, mule deer, and turkey can be found throughout the ranch. Also, some black bear, mountain lion, and eagles. The ranch’s topography is made up of varying elevations from 6,800 ft. to almost 8,000 ft. This sprawling ranch gives you an accumulation of meadows, forests, ponds, and springs. There are 11.5 cfs of senior seasonal water rights, 9± miles of crowned and enhanced main roads, and 31± miles of secondary roads. Picnic tables and fire pits have been strategically placed throughout the ranch to enjoy picnics and barbeques while capturing stunning mountain sunsets and sunrise views. Ten different mountain peaks can be seen from within the ranch borders with elevations ranging from 11,289 to 12,769 feet, which is spectacular. The ranch borders 6,200± acres of USFS lands, is in GMU 771, has no conservation easement, is fenced on three sides, and is under Ag status with the forestry program: all attributes of an outstanding Colorado ranch property. Improvements on Taylor Canyon Ranch include a unique luxury 10,308± square foot main home. The home offers 6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, an apartment with its own entrance, several living areas, an office, a theater room, and a large second-floor balcony. The home is serviced by underground utilities, including a 6-inch waterline, which is a rarity on a mountain property. With too many upgrades on this home to list, a home tour is a must. The ranch offers two additional homes and a large workshop. Taylor Canyon Ranch is a short 15 minutes from Pagosa Springs. Pagosa Springs offers shopping, restaurants, an airport, a hospital, and its famous hot springs. Wolf Creek Ski Area is located 31± miles from Pagosa Springs, offering some of the largest snow totals in the state. South of the ranch is the New Mexico border and Navajo State Park, providing a lake experience for great fishing and water sports. The whole area is filled with outdoor activities to enjoy. Call M4 Ranch Group today and let them help you with your dream of owning a Colorado ranch. Start your legacy today.
$2,899,000  •  2,042 acres
Mesa Verde Ranch encompasses 7,217± acres; 2,042± deeded acres, 4,700± BLM leased acres, and 475± state leased acres. For the size and price point, Mesa Verde Ranch offers the avid outdoors enthusiast hunting opportunities like no other ranch on the market today. The ranch is ideally located in Southwest Colorado. The ranch has several sources of water, such as seasonal ponds. The property boasts prime deer, elk, and bear habitat. With minimal public ground, relatively mild winters, excellent genetics, good feed, and water sources, it is no wonder why there are so many trophy caliber animals in the immediate area. The Southwest Colorado elk hunting ranch offers potential income in areas of grazing leases, hunting leases, and conservation. Mesa Verde Ranch offers excellent hunting opportunities for deer, elk, turkey, and bear from the beginning of archery season through the last rifle season. There is an excellent mix of cover, meadows, topography, and water sources, which makes this property the perfect sanctuary for wildlife. Located in Game Management Unit 73, which is renowned for big elk and mule deer, the ranch qualifies for the LPP (landowner preference program) for mule deer vouchers, it has several OTC (over-the-counter) options for elk licenses too. Mesa Verde Ranch is one of the best mule deer hunting properties in the state, every year as fall and winter sets in it pushes these giant monarchs out of the national park right through the property. The ranch consists of mountainous land that spans from the valley floor and climbs up to nearly bordering Mesa Verde National Park. The massive landscape blocks public access to 4,700± more acres of public hunting, where only two other ranches can access it. Mesa Verde National Park grows giants with over 53,000 acres of no hunting pressure, which has the perfect habitat to grow those monster muleys. Unit 73 is a mecca for giant elk and Mule Deer, with the agriculture and high-country ground being the hub for growing those giant antlers. With easy access to Cortez for all its amenities, Mesa Verde Ranch checks all the boxes. Contact M4 Ranch Group today to learn more about this Southwest Colorado elk hunting ranch.
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$9,950,000  •  1,778 acres
With 1778+/- deeded acres, the Hawkins Ranch represents a rare opportunity for ownership/stewardship of a well-established livestock operation(400 AUM), coupled with excellent big game hunting. Comprised of two ranch parcels as follows: The upper George Creek parcel with 1041+/- acres, of which 190+/- acres are irrigated in both hay and pasture. Hay production on approximately 100+/- acres averages 3 tons per acre. Includes a beautiful 2618+/- sq.ft. ranch style home (new in 2003) with a walkout basement, views, and end of the road privacy. Nice mix of cedar, pinon pine with irrigated mountain meadows, plus one year round trout creek (Dirty George Creek) and one seasonal creek (Sand Creek) traverse the ranch. A true gem situated at the base of the beautiful Grand Mesa and just a short drive northwest of Cedaredge. The lower Peach Valley parcel with 737+/- acres, of which 156+/- acres are irrigated and in both hay and pasture. Includes working pens, corrals, small feed lot, and one pivot, production averages 4 ton per acres for alfalfa and 3 ton per acre for grass based on 3 cuttings per year. It’s a short 30-minute drive between the two ranch parcels.
$3,000,000  •  1,609 acres
Antelope Mountain Property: This property contains over 1,600 deeded acres at the base of the Elkhorn Range in the Blue Mountains of Northeast Oregon. Antelope Mountain is timbered, rugged, yet readily accessible year-round and only minutes from Anthony Lakes Ski Resort. The Mountain is host to resident populations of big game, has numerous springs, is ideal for riding and would make the ultimate private retreat. First time offering at $3,950,000 including timber. Price REDUCED to $3,000,000!!
$11,970,000  •  1,582.98 acres
The mighty Rio Grande River is the heart and soul of the Flying W Ranch. This Colorado “River Mountain Ranch” is an exclusive one-of-a-kind property located in Rio Grande County, Colorado. The ranch sits on the western edge of the San Luis Valley, the largest alpine valley in the world. A rarity for river ranches, this ranch includes acreage along both sides of the Rio Grande River. Internal access to both the north and south banks of the river is achieved by way of a unique single-lane steel truss bridge that was formerly a Rio Grande County bridge. Including more than two and one-half (2.5) river miles of the Rio Grande River and more than one and one-half (1.5) creek miles of Pinos Creek, this ranch is a recreational water paradise. The entire 2.5 miles of the Rio Grande River are classified as Colorado Gold Medal Waters by the Colorado Division of Wildlife, a designation for trophy trout waters. Less than 4% of all rivers and streams in Colorado have achieved this lofty Gold Medal status. One of the most unique attributes of the river throughout the ranch is the lake effect section, consisting of over one-half (1/2) mile of the river located along the lower section of the river corridor. This lake effect on the flowing Rio Grande River is caused by the Rio Grande Canal dam/diversion, located just below the lower river corridor property boundary, which holds back the entire width of the river. This provides the opportunity to paddle and row both upstream and downstream due to the slower moving water. Big water! The mighty Rio Grande River flowing through the Flying W Ranch contains the highest river flows of any section of the Rio Grande River in Colorado. The Rio Grande River is the 3rd longest river with headwaters in the United States and is the 20th longest river in the world. This “Grande River” has its headwaters above the Flying W Ranch along the continental divide and flows all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. The extensive riparian ecosystem along the river corridor provides the abundant habitat biodiversity needed for aquatic, wildlife, fish and woodland habitats. An abundance of trophy trout along with a multitude of wildlife species are found throughout the ranch. Mule deer and pronghorn antelope can often be found grazing or bedded on the ranch. Both bald eagles and golden eagles soar year-round on the ranch along with red-tailed hawks. Other raptors can be viewed seasonally. In the spring, after the snow and ice melt, waterfowl return to nest and hatch their young along the river, creek, slough, and pond waterways. The ranch experiences an annual return of the great blue heron to its rookery located on the lower ranch with over 50 returning blue herons nesting in the cottonwoods along the river. Ducks and geese return to the ranch in significant numbers along with a myriad of small bird species. Spring and fall migrations also provide for the occasional glimpse of both sandhill cranes and great white pelicans. Occasional moose, elk, mountain lion, bobcat, lynx and other species of both big and small game pass through the ranch as well. Abundant surface water rights provide for irrigation of more than 600± acres and provide more than 500± acre-feet of consumptive use water rights. The ranch has more than 15 CFS of surface water rights, of which more than 6 CFS are senior water rights. These priority water rights assure that irrigation water will be available during the entire growing season.
$5,750,000  •  1,480 acres
Under Contract
Camel Point Ranch lies just southwest of Glade Park on the southwest rim of Pinon Mesa. Pinon Mesa is a large uplift that runs north of State Highway 141 just east of the Utah state line. The deep canyon of the North Fork of West Creek runs lengthwise through the property.