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$225,744,120  •  330,530 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.
$23,963,600  •  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.
$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.
Contact for Price  •  12,445 acres
Hedgpeth Ranch is a beautiful 12,445 acre property: a private hilltop estate with 50 acres of vineyard, a private lake with 22 acres of surface area and a storage capacity of 602.7 acre-feet of water, 87 miles of road and some of the largest Redwoods in Sonoma County. The property includes a grove of over 100 Old Growth Coast Redwood trees, the largest of which is nearly 13 feet in diameter. A road system of approximately 87 miles throughout the property offers convenient access. What makes Hedgpeth special, in addition to the privacy it affords, is the natural and beautiful scenery throughout the ranch. The Hedgpeth Lake is a private freshwater reservoir that may be enjoyed for swimming, boating, fishing, and other aquatic activities. The lake also has 22 acres of usable surface area for fishing and recreation. There is a series of creeks that flow throughout the property which include House Creek, Allen Creek, Pepperwood Creek, Danfield Creek, and Cow Creek. Nearby attractions include Harold Richardson Redwoods Reserve and Salt Point State Park. Hedgpeth Ranch is 8 miles from Timber Cove, 11 miles from Cazadero, 32 miles from Healdsburg and 52 miles from Downtown Santa Rosa and 70 miles from San Francisco. Investment Highlights + 12,445 acres located on the Sonoma Coast + Approximately 30 miles from Santa Rosa and 70 Miles from San Francisco + 7,500 acres of commercial forest, including old growth Redwood trees and high quality timber, provide for great investment potential + Wildlife species make Hedgpeth an excellent hunting ground + The diverse terrain and beautiful scenery allow for a variety of activities such as horseback riding, ATV riding and hiking + In the Southwest section of the property lies Hedgpeth Lake that can be used for agricultural purposes, swimming and fishing + Hedgpeth Ranch is a pristine location for vineyard winery and orchard creation because of the great coastal weather of the Sonoma Coast; current 50-acre lease in place with Jackson Family Wines (lease expiration date: 12/1/2027 with an option to extend for five (5) years) + Hedgpeth can be an excellent location to raise cattle and livestock as there are already improvements onsite that are available for use, such as a feeder barn, horse stable and a rancher residence + Other potential uses include: commercial equestrian facility, dairy, slaughterhouse, wine tasting room, and farm stand + Hedgpeth receives favorable property tax treatment via the Williamson Act (also known as the California Land Conservation Act of 1965) + The Hedgpeth Ranch has 97 underlying land patents or partial patents. With the merger of parcels too small for the Ag zoning designation, there are 87 potential Certificates of Compliance available for the ownership + Outstanding grove of over 100 Old Growth Coast Redwood trees with a beautiful walking path + Solar power generation potential + Wind power generation potential
$63,587,650  •  10,687 acres
Located in South Texas' famed Golden Triangle, the North Ranch encompasses 10,687± acres of top-notch wildlife habitat and includes almost 6 miles of the Nueces River. The turnkey property, situated 5 miles north of La Pryor and 15 miles south of Uvalde in Zavala County, is one of the finest hunting ranches available today. Over the past seven years, the current owner acquired six properties and formed the North Ranch. The ranch, which fronts on FM 1436, has been designed to be best in class. The North Ranch is home to exceptional white-tailed deer and some of the best bird hunting—Bobwhite quail, dove and Rio Grande turkeys—in the state. Since 2017, deer have been managed under an MLDP-3, but the hunting has been limited. In the past three years, mature whitetails measuring 160" — 190" have been harvested. In addition, the ranch boasts oryx, axis deer, feral hogs and a host of non-game species. The Land and the Water Towering pecans, Mexican sycamore and oaks stand sentry along the river, while guajillo, black brush, white brush, mesquite, guayacan and other protein-rich brush species inhabit the uplands. The land has been strategically cleared and roller chopped to increase edge and plant diversity. Native grasses have been replanted where suitable. The Nueces is pocked with deep, blue holes that hold water for swimming and fishing even in drought. The North Ranch possesses water rights from the Nueces. In addition to the river, the North Ranch has approximately 1.5 miles of surface water, measuring about one-quarter mile wide. More than 7.5 miles of 2-inch poly water line and an additional 7.5 miles of 4-inch poly water line have been laid and buried. The water distribution system also includes eight (8-feet in diameter) cement water troughs and two (20-feet in diameter) cement water troughs; all are encircled by 8-foot cement skirts. There are four irrigation wells (one = 120 gal./min.; one = 300 gal./min.; two = 110 gal./min.) The irrigation wells are used, in part, to supply a 40-acre Reinke pivot and a 36-acre Reinke pivot. The ranch has two domestic solar wells, six domestic electric submersible wells and another domestic well (60 gal./min.) connected to a 60,000-gallon storage tank that supplies the headquarters. The Living Thanks to the attention to detail, living is comfortable and easy. The style, as befitting a Brush Country ranch, is rustically elegant and resplendent with adobe, stone, hammered metal and wood. Strategically placed courtyards and gathering areas ensure that family and guests can soak up the textured beauty of South Texas. The two-bedroom/two-bath Farm House encompasses 1,600± square feet of updated, beautifully appointed living space. The open floor plan residence features a kitchen with an eating area and living room. With four bedrooms and four baths, the 2,500± square-foot Dog Trot, situated across the courtyard from the Farm House, serves as a guest house. The two-story Chef House features two bedrooms, one full bath and one-half bath. Set away from the main compound, the six bedroom/six bath Cowboy Cabins measure about 1,000 square feet. The River House sits near the Nueces. Currently used as storage, it could be upgraded to living quarters. The ranch's focal point is the 11,600± square foot Barndominium. The front one-third is living space, while the remaining two-thirds provides storage. The living space includes a commercial kitchen with an attached utility area, a dining area, living room and bathroom. In addition, the Barndominium has four bedrooms each with a private bath. In addition, there is a 700± square-foot laundry and a 500± square-foot secure gun room. The Infrastructure The North Ranch has a shooting range with a two-story, covered shooting deck and a five-station skeet range with an elevated shooting pavilion. The North Ranch's perimeter is high-fenced and there is also a 3,000± acre high-fenced "enclosure". Approximately 7 miles of five-wire cedar post fences have been installed as cross fences. The ranch has a functional set of cattle pens and two (2,000 square feet and 4,000 square feet) equipment barns. The ranch roads provide easy access to the entire ranch. All furnishings and the 29± Atascosa deer blinds, 31± Atascosa 500-pound corn feeders and 32± 2,000-lb. protein feeders convey with the sale. The Opportunity For anyone looking for the ultimate recreation destination, the North Ranch has it all. Seize this rare opportunity before it disappears as quickly as a wily muy grande into the brush. . . Call Howard W. Hood at (830) 739-3815 with Hood Real Estate, Inc. Listed for $5,950/acre.
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$17,036,250  •  10,325 acres
The MV2 Ranch is arguably one of the finest quail and wildlife ranches in the country. This is the place where range conditions, mother nature, and true land stewardship have come into remarkable alignment creating an ideal ranch and recreational mecca for the true sportsman – an offering on the market that represents a very rare opportunity. The property was once part of the famed 67,000-acre Mesa Vista Ranch, and is home to some of the greatest native bobwhite quail in Texas. This northeastern Panhandle ranch has more than sufficient water to continue to support a healthy bird and wildlife population, with one main feature being a 7-mile water line that runs 24/7 with sprinkler heads every 1,000 feet. Quail are the focus, yet the ranch also boasts a very healthy herd of mule and whitetail deer as well! This ranch is also being offered as 4,951-acre and 4,206-acre properties. LOCATION The ranch is located in west central Roberts County, about 25 miles north of Pampa, about 50 miles north of I-40, and it is west of Canadian. Access to the property is via county-maintained Reynolds Ranch Road, which stretches roughly 3.5 miles north from Highway 70 and leads into the south entry of the ranch. This road also serves as access for the Mesa Vista Ranch Club, and it is highly improved. A second access route from Highway 70 is further north to enter the ranch on its east side. Pampa hotels and the 5,800’ airstrip are 15 minutes from the ranch. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The MV2 Ranch is a native grass ranch with the predominant species being buffalo grass, bluestem, gramagrass and Indiangrass. It also has significant areas of rabbitbrush, chickasaw plum, ragweed, and other grasses that have been infused into the ecosystem over the years. Soil types are primarily fine sandy loams. Two-track roads meander all throughout the ranch to access the entire property and have been maintained and shredded for ease of travel. Cattle have not been on the vast majority of this ranch for at least 18 years. WILDLIFE Approximately 30 years ago Boone Pickens started a vision of creating the worlds greatest quail hunting, and this ranch is a key segment of that storied land holding. Because of the historical, expansive care and management of the quail and range conditions this remains one of the best wild quail habitats. A fall 2023 game survey by one of Texas top wildlife biologists, resulted in an impressive flushing of over 130 coveys! The very diverse landscape of natural habitat is also home to whitetail deer, mule deer, antelope, blue quail, and doves. 200+/- quail feeders and 5 600lb protein/corn feeders also supplement the wildlife. IMPROVEMENTS There are about 30 miles of good fences, about 1/3 of which has been built within the last 3 years. This allows for smart pasture rotation should the next owner decide to bring cattle back into the ranch, which has not been done in 20+/- years. A two-bedroom house that is currently being remodeled on an adjacent 1,736+- acres of land might also be available. Ask broker for more details. WATER The focal point of the ranch water system on top of the Ogallala aquifer is the 4-inch waterline that runs approximately 7 miles along the Dry Creek area of the ranch. This is an incredible and diverse topographical area for the ranch that runs north to south from one end of the ranch to the other. A sprinkler head every 1,000 feet provides moisture and water for quail and wildlife all year long and this runs off of a water well on the south end of the ranch. Roberts County receives 23 inches of rain, on average, per year, and 13 inches of snow per year. Approximately 10 water wells. The ranch is allowed for up to 50 additional water wells throughout the ranch to provide additional water for wildlife and livestock (up to 17gpm). Natural stock ponds, potholes, and pools. 12 fallow pivot fields. Full details on all water can be provided by Broker. MINERALS There is production on the ranch with about 6 well site locations. Minerals are not being offered with this sale, but a small portion of the mineral estate may be available with an acceptable contract. Ask broker for more details. This ranch is being co-marketed with Mark McMillan.
$11,500,000  •  7,986 acres
Spanning approximately 7,986 acres in the Rolling Plains of West Texas, the Sugarloaf Ranch boasts a private oasis with grand views, surface water, flowing creeks, and a massive lodge built for entertainment. The ranch is about a 3-hour drive from DFW, located a short distance from Crowell, Texas and with direct access to Highway 70. Being in the heart of big ranch country in northwest Texas, Sugarloaf Ranch neighbors the historic 120,000-acre Triangle Ranch to the north, the vast 550,000-acre Waggoner Ranch, and the expansive 180,000-acre Pitchfork Ranch. LOCATION The Sugarloaf Ranch is approximately 80 miles from Wichita Falls, 160 miles from Amarillo, 155 miles from Lubbock, 195 miles from Oklahoma City, 200 miles from Fort Worth, and 220 miles from Dallas. Regional runways in Crowell (3,200') and Vernon (5,100') offer convenient access for those who prefer to fly. WILDLIFE The Sugarloaf is bordered to the east by the high-fenced, 1,500-acre Six Mile Hill Ranch and to the north by the 11,500-acre US Army Corps of Engineers land, resulting in extremely low hunting pressure that has allowed the ranch to be inhabited by a considerable population of mule and white-tailed deer. Recent dove and quail hunts have yielded impressive results, while other wildlife species such as turkey, ducks, hogs, and coyotes also call the ranch home. The diverse native vegetation sustains this rich wildlife ecosystem, fostering a harmonious balance. AGRICULTURE Discover the richness of the ranchs varied terrain, from hilly expanses to captivating canyons like the Bowley and Sloans Springs systems that run through the north sections of the ranch. Venture into the southern sections to find flat pastures adorned with juniper cedars, mesquites and hackberry trees. IMPROVEMENTS Accessed via a private road off US Highway 70, a 10,000-square-foot lodge with 9 bedrooms and 10 1/2 baths underwent an extensive renovation in 2023, offering ample accommodations for a large number of guests. Renovations included the installation of wood flooring throughout the upstairs bedrooms and second story, new granite countertops in all bathrooms, and an expanded and revamped kitchen. Four of the bedrooms feature fireplaces for added allure. The upper floor hosts a bar area complete with two pool tables, four poker tables, a spacious bar, and a central stone fireplace. In August 2023, a new roof was installed, and nearly all exterior logs of the lodge were replaced and freshly painted within the past year. WATER Water is an abundant resource on the ranch, with four primary drainages and approximately 20 water tanks that can be fished for bass year-round. The four creeks traversing the north end of the ranch tyoucaally hold water year-round. The headquarters benefit from a community water supply, while additional water sources cater to the needs of your cattle. MINERALS The sale encompasses all subsurface mineral interests owned by the seller, who possesses a fractional interest (ranging from 1/16th to 1/32nd) in the mineral estate under most sections of the ranch. The Raspberry (Caddo 6100) Field hosts five producing wells that yield an average annual income of around $7,500 for the seller, contingent upon market conditions. Lease conditions stipulate that the operator is responsible for the roads. ***Interior Lodge Pictures Coming Soon***
$2,246,400  •  7,520 acres
McMillan Ranch has been in the same family since the 1940’s and is due west of the Eagle Mountains which tower over the ranch creating breathtaking views. This ranch offers easily accessible headquarters, 3 water wells, and several large surface tanks. Excellent hunting and recreational ranch and a mere 1.5 hours from El Paso International Airport and 1 hour from Van Horn Airport.
$5,413,140  •  7,076 acres
Under Contract
31 miles south of Marfa on paved Casa Piedra Road past the Alamito Creek bridge onto a private deeded easement road to the front gate of El Cañón Ranch. Comprised of 7,076± acres of vistas, plateaus, mountains, canyons, igneous outcrops, and sweeping grasslands making for excellent hunting opportunities. The seller will convey 50% of minerals owned. Seller’s cousin owns the Pascasio Ranch to the west which is also being marketed by King Land & Water.
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$8,664,250  •  4,951 acres
The MV2 Ranch is arguably one of the finest quail and wildlife ranches in the country. This is the place where range conditions, mother nature, and true land stewardship have come into remarkable alignment creating an ideal ranch and recreational mecca for the true sportsman – an offering on the market that represents a very rare opportunity. The property was once part of the famed 67,000-acre Mesa Vista Ranch, and is home to some of the greatest native bobwhite quail in Texas. This northeastern Panhandle ranch has more than sufficient water to continue to support a healthy bird and wildlife population, with one main feature being an approximate 3.5 mile water line that runs 24/7 with sprinkler heads every 1,000 feet. Quail are the focus, yet the ranch also boasts a very healthy herd of mule and whitetail deer as well! This division is being offered as part of a 10,325-acre ranch on the market. LOCATION The ranch is located in west central Roberts County, about 25 miles north of Pampa, about 50 miles north of I-40, and it is west of Canadian. Access to the property is via county-maintained Reynolds Ranch Road, which stretches roughly 5 miles north from Highway 70 and leads into the south entry of the ranch. This road also serves as access for the Mesa Vista Ranch Club, and it is highly improved. A second access route from Highway 70 is further north to enter the ranch on its east side. Pampa hotels and the 5,800’ airstrip are 15 minutes from the ranch. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The MV2 Ranch is a native grass ranch with the predominant species being buffalo grass, bluestem, gramagrass and Indiangrass. It also has significant areas of rabbitbrush, chickasaw plum, ragweed, and other grasses that have been infused into the ecosystem over the years. Soil types are primarily fine sandy loams. Two-track roads meander all throughout the ranch to access the entire property and have been maintained and shredded for ease of travel. Cattle have not been on this ranch for at least 18 years. WILDLIFE Approximately 30 years ago Boone Pickens started a vision of creating the worlds greatest quail hunting, and this ranch is a key segment of that storied land holding. Because of the historical, expansive care and management of the quail and range conditions this remains one of the best wild quail habitats. A fall 2023 game survey by one of Texas top wildlife biologists, resulted in an impressive flushing of over about 65 coveys! The very diverse landscape of natural habitat is also home to whitetail deer, mule deer, antelope, blue quail, and doves. 100+/- quail feeders and a 600lb protein/corn feeders also supplement the wildlife. IMPROVEMENTS There are miles of good fences, about 1/3 of which has been built within the last 3 years. This allows for smart pasture rotation should the next owner decide to bring cattle back into the ranch, which has not been done in 18± years. A two-bedroom house that is currently being remodeled on an adjacent 1,736± acres of land might also be available. Ask broker for more details. WATER The focal point of the ranch’s water system on top of the Ogallala aquifer is the 4” waterline that runs approximately 3.5 miles along the Dry Creek area of the ranch. This is an incredible and diverse topographical area for the ranch that runs north to south from one end of the ranch to the other. A sprinkler head every 1,000 feet provides moisture and water for quail and wildlife all year long and this runs off of a water well on the south end of the ranch. Roberts County receives 23 inches of rain, on average, per year, and 13 inches of snow per year. Additional water features include the following assets which are either currently in place or in the process of being finished: Approximately 5 water wells. The ranch is allowed for up to 25± additional water wells throughout the ranch to provide additional water for wildlife and livestock (up to 17gpm). Natural stock ponds, potholes and pools 6 fallow pivot fields Full details on all water can be provided by Broker. MINERALS There is production on the ranch with about 3 well site locations. Minerals are not being offered with this sale, but a small portion of the mineral estate may be available with an acceptable contract. Ask broker for more details. This ranch is being co-marketed with Mark McMillan. Photos shown here are from the entire 10,325 acres being offered.
$7,500,000  •  4,892 acres
Encompassing 4,892± acres along the Kansas/Oklahoma border, the Wallahachie Ranch hosts Kansas genetics of impressive whitetail and mule deer and a variety of high-protein native browse, fostering an optimal habitat while ensuring balanced water distribution across the ranch. Home to some of the nation’s largest native whitetail deer, the ranch has been showcased on prominent deer hunting shows like Buck Ventures Outdoors and Major League Bowhunter. Wallahachie Ranch exemplifies the quintessential elements for exceptional deer hunting. It boasts time-tested sizeable whitetail genetics, nourishing high-protein native browse alongside supplementary feeding, consistent water distribution, expansive and lightly hunted neighboring ranches, and a harmonious cover that enhances the likelihood of a significantly mature buck population. The tower blind locations, tree stands, and enormous grain bin feeders all help to maximize the hunting opportunities. More trophy free-range whitetails have been regularly taken on the Wallahachie than most hunters see in a lifetime of hunting. THE FACTS: ~ 4,892± acres, all contiguous, straddling the Oklahoma/Kansas border ~ 2,100± acres in Kansas ~ 2,792± acres in Oklahoma ~ Approximately three hours and fifteen minutes northwest of Oklahoma City ~ Approximately three hours southwest of Wichita, Kansas ~ Approximately 110 total acres in cultivation, including 70± acres under pivot, balance in native grasses ~ One and a half miles of frontage on Crooked creek, a half mile north of the Cimarron River ~ Some of the nation’s largest scoring native whitetail deer ~ Kansas genetics for large whitetail and access to Oklahoma tags ~ Robust population of turkey, mule deer, dove, and bobwhite quail ~ Average 170” B&C whitetail ~ Three 4,000-pound crush feeders ~ Seven 1,000-pound ASF broadcast feeders ~ One 24,000-pound bulk feeder ~ One 60,000-pound corn storage bin ~ Fourteen box blinds for hunting ~ Seven solar powered water troughs throughout the ranch for wildlife or livestock ~ Road frontage and access on both Oklahoma and Kansas sides ~ Electricity and water on site ~ 65’ x 100’ metal building with rudimentary living quarters ~ 60’ x 50’ equipment barn ~ Minimal oil and gas activity ~ Large acreage ranching neighbors Please note: John Wildin is licensed in Kansas and Brett Grier is licensed in Oklahoma
$7,500,000  •  4,892 acres
Encompassing 4,892± acres along the Kansas/Oklahoma border, the Wallahachie Ranch hosts Kansas genetics of impressive whitetail and mule deer and a variety of high-protein native browse, fostering an optimal habitat while ensuring balanced water distribution across the ranch. Home to some of the nation’s largest native whitetail deer, the ranch has been showcased on prominent deer hunting shows like Buck Ventures Outdoors and Major League Bowhunter. Wallahachie Ranch exemplifies the quintessential elements for exceptional deer hunting. It boasts time-tested sizeable whitetail genetics, nourishing high-protein native browse alongside supplementary feeding, consistent water distribution, expansive and lightly hunted neighboring ranches, and a harmonious cover that enhances the likelihood of a significantly mature buck population. The tower blind locations, tree stands, and enormous grain bin feeders all help to maximize the hunting opportunities. More trophy free-range whitetails have been regularly taken on the Wallahachie than most hunters see in a lifetime of hunting. THE FACTS: ~ 4,892± acres, all contiguous, straddling the Oklahoma/Kansas border ~ 2,100± acres in Kansas ~ 2,792± acres in Oklahoma ~ Approximately three hours and fifteen minutes northwest of Oklahoma City ~ Approximately three hours southwest of Wichita, Kansas ~ Approximately 110 total acres in cultivation, including 70± acres under pivot, balance in native grasses ~ One and a half miles of frontage on Crooked creek, a half mile north of the Cimarron River ~ Some of the nation’s largest scoring native whitetail deer ~ Kansas genetics for large whitetail and access to Oklahoma tags ~ Robust population of turkey, mule deer, dove, and bobwhite quail ~ Average 170” B&C whitetail ~ Three 4,000-pound crush feeders ~ Seven 1,000-pound ASF broadcast feeders ~ One 24,000-pound bulk feeder ~ One 60,000-pound corn storage bin ~ Fourteen box blinds for hunting ~ Seven solar powered water troughs throughout the ranch for wildlife or livestock ~ Road frontage and access on both Oklahoma and Kansas sides ~ Electricity and water on site ~ 65’ x 100’ metal building with rudimentary living quarters ~ 60’ x 50’ equipment barn ~ Minimal oil and gas activity ~ Large acreage ranching neighbors Please note: John Wildin is licensed in Kansas and Brett Grier is licensed in Oklahoma
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$6,990,000  •  4,553 acres
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.
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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$7,360,500  •  4,206 acres
The MV2 Ranch is arguably one of the finest quail and wildlife ranches in the country. This is the place where range conditions, mother nature, and true land stewardship have come into remarkable alignment creating an ideal ranch and recreational mecca for the true sportsman – an offering on the market that represents a very rare opportunity. The property was once part of the famed 67,000-acre Mesa Vista Ranch, and is home to some of the greatest native bobwhite quail in Texas. This northeastern Panhandle ranch has more than sufficient water to continue to support a healthy bird and wildlife population, with one main feature being an approximate 3.5-mile water line that runs 24/7 with sprinkler heads every 1,000 feet. Quail are the focus, yet the ranch also boasts a very healthy herd of mule and whitetail deer as well! This division is being offered as part of an entire 10,325-acre ranch. LOCATION The ranch is located in west central Roberts County, about 25 miles north of Pampa, about 50 miles north of I-40, and it is west of Canadian. Access to the property is via county-maintained Reynolds Ranch Road, which stretches roughly 3.5 miles north from Highway 70 and leads into the south entry of the ranch. This road also serves as access for the Mesa Vista Ranch Club, and it is highly improved. Pampa hotels and the 5,800’ airstrip are 15 minutes from the ranch. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The MV2 Ranch is a native grass ranch with the predominant species being buffalo grass, bluestem, gramagrass and Indiangrass. It also has significant areas of rabbitbrush, chickasaw plum, ragweed, and other grasses that have been infused into the ecosystem over the years. Soil types are primarily fine sandy loams. Two-track roads meander all throughout the ranch to access the entire property and have been maintained and shredded for ease of travel. Cattle have not been on the vast majority of this ranch for at least 18 years. WILDLIFE Approximately 30 years ago Boone Pickens started a vision of creating the worlds greatest quail hunting, and this ranch is a key segment of that storied land holding. Because of the historical, expansive care and management of the quail and range conditions this remains one of the best wild quail habitats. A fall 2023 game survey by one of Texas top wildlife biologists, resulted in an impressive flushing of over about 65 coveys! The very diverse landscape of natural habitat is also home to whitetail deer, mule deer, antelope, blue quail, and doves. 100+/- quail feeders and two 600lb protein/corn feeders also supplement the wildlife. IMPROVEMENTS There are miles of good fences, about 1/3 of which has been built within the last 3 years. This allows for smart pasture rotation should the next owner decide to bring cattle back into the ranch, which has not been done in 18± years. WATER The focal point of the ranch water system on top of the Ogallala aquifer is the 4-inch waterline that runs approximately 3.5 miles along the Dry Creek area of the ranch. This is an incredible and diverse topographical area for the ranch that runs north to south from one end of the ranch to the other. A sprinkler head every 1,000 feet provides moisture and water for quail and wildlife all year long and this runs off of a water well on the south end of the ranch. Roberts County receives 23 inches of rain, on average, per year, and 13 inches of snow per year. Approximately 5 water wells. The ranch is allowed for up to 25 additional water wells throughout the ranch to provide additional water for wildlife and livestock (up to 17gpm). Natural stock ponds, potholes, and pools 6 fallow pivot fields Full details on all water can be provided by Broker. MINERALS There is minimal or no production on the ranch. Minerals are not being offered with this sale, but a small portion of the mineral estate may be available with an acceptable contract. Ask broker for more details. This ranch is being co-marketed with Mark McMillan. Photos shown are from the entire 10,325-acre ranch offering.
$22,800,000  •  4,007 acres
Montell Summit is a very unique ranch that encompasses a tremendous amount of character. From the 500' of elevation change to the artifact filled pecan bottoms, to the 15 acre lake and numerous springs. If the drought earlier this year did anything for us here in Texas, it has highlighted the importance of water, and we were fortunate to have many springs that continued to flow and a healthy 15 acre lake. A chip sealed road is going in over the ridge line and will run from the front of the ranch to the back, allowing quick and easy access throughout. This is scheduled to be completed by the middle of April.
$1,800,000  •  3,349.1 acres
This property uniquely sits between two high bluffs, with Bradford Mesa on the north and a gravel ridge extension of Walsen Craig on the south. The Sand Arroyo is a long drainage entering the property from the west, that collects a lot of run-offs from the foothills. There are excellent views of the mountains, from Fishers Peak at Raton Pass northward to Pikes Peak west of Colorado Springs. Literally half of the front range of Colorado can be seen from the high points on this property. Part of the west boundary is the railroad and part of the east boundary is County Road 120, with no other roads or interruptions in the ownership. There are remnants of several 1800’s vintage adobe dwellings and a settler’s graveyard located on the property. The privacy and solitude, along with antelope and other wildlife, are part of the character of this unique property. The property is utilized exclusively for grazing and has areas of Chico brush, Chamisa, Tamarisk and Willows in the lower regions and solid grass turf in the elevated areas. Sand Arroyo traverses the property from west to east with areas that water pools surface and underflow is evident. There is evidence of Alkali on land surfaces near the arroyo and fresh water is important in warm weather to avoid the salty surface water if present. Best management practices for the property are targeted on cooler seasons and after plants have cured out. Year around grazing could be accommodated with repairing the cross fencing. From Walsenburg, drive 5 miles east on Colorado Highway 10 to CR 20, go north on CR 120 for 1 mile, drive across the cattle guard, and you will be on the south-east corner of the property.
$39,912,600  •  2,858 acres
Located on the Parker & Hood County line, and approx. 20 minutes southwest of Weatherford. This is a beautiful ranch; very special as it rolls gently and heavily with scenic views and abundant game. End of the road privacy, yet close to town. Many varieties of scattered to thick trees include live oak, post oak, elm, red oak, mesquite, and cedar. Abundant water featuring 25+ stock ponds, over 1.38 miles of Brazos River frontage, several creeks, five water wells, two springs, and a Parker County Water Co-op tap. Numerous sites for building large reservoirs, a beautiful lodge, or a residential development. Great deer and turkey hunting. 1/2 minerals conveyed. 2 large coastal bermuda pastures. $13,975.00 per acre.
$4,825,000  •  2,739 acres
Diversified farm/ranch in two tracts north of Ft. Morgan, CO. Irrigated cropland, live water along Wildcat Creek, two homes and feedlot. Diverse topography w/ several miles of new fence.
Contact for Price  •  2,500 acres
Southeast Texas Hunting and Cattle Ranch The WR Nash Ranch has been under the same ownership for over 100 years and has never been available for purchase until now! The raw natural beauty of the WR Nash Ranch is in its rolling prairie of lush grass and the hardwood bottoms of the Brazos River. This property offers unlimited opportunities to create the ranch of your dreams while serving as an attractive investment.
$1,874,250  •  2,450 acres
Under Contract
Located only 31 miles south of downtown Marfa. Pascasio Ranch is comprised of 2,450± acres of vistas, plateaus, mountains, canyons, igneous outcrops, and sweeping grasslands. This is Chihuahuan Desert hunting land at its best and a nature lover’s dream. Seller will convey 50% of minerals owned. Seller’s cousin owns the El Cañón Ranch to the east which is also being marketed by King Land and Water
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