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$72,000,000  •  50,500 acres
The iconic N3 Cattle Company is on the market for the first time in 85 years. This beautiful and expansive California property spans 50,500 acres through four counties, making it the largest land offering in the State of California. Located just south of Livermore, and east of Oakland and San Jose, it is easily accessed from San Francisco, the Peninsula and the East Bay. The Ranch is completely private and uniquely preserved, healthy and wild as it has been for hundreds of years. It is a vital and rare haven of original California landscape and wildlife. The property encompasses 80 square miles of diverse terrains, flora, fauna, and important watersheds and creeks. N3 has been a working cattle ranch for 85 years and offers a rare look at a way of life quickly disappearing. Sprinkled with a dozen rustic cabins, the ranch also hosts one of the most famous, sustainable hunting operations in the state. Its owners are fourth-generation ranchers and are respected members of the ranching community. The ranch is enrolled in the Williamson Act and has no conservation easements.
$11,808,000  •  26,240 acres
Priced @ $450/deeded acre! Gran Quivira Ranch is located in the center of New Mexico and provides a unique opportunity to invest in Ranch Land. The 28,160 acres are located 31 miles south of Mountainair, 7 miles north of Claunch, 20 miles northwest of Corona, New Mexico. It is 120 miles southeast of Albuquerque and an equal distance to Santa Fe or Roswell. The ranch is nestled in the foothills of the Gallinas Mountains and has views of the Monzano Mountains to the northwest, with elevations ranging from 6,200 to 6,600 feet. The East Cibola forest borders the ranch to the north and Highway 55 borders a four mile section on the southwest. The headquarters is approximately 4 miles from Hwy 55. The ranch is contiguous within three counties, Torrance, Lincoln, and Socorro.
$9,000,000  •  5,727 acres
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
$8,250,000  •  5,107 acres
Under Contract
Spanning over 5107 acres in central Mendocino County, the Wheelbarrow Ranch is multidimensional in both its resources and beauty. Arriving at the Ranch via direct access off US Highway 101, one ascends up a well maintained gravel road through a protected forested canopy until a vast high mountain valley reveals itself in its full spender with towering Valley Oaks welcoming the visitor in their magnificence as they have done through the centuries. At its outset Wheelbarrow Valley is divided by a large mountainous outcropping that has been known as the “Island” from time memorable. As one travels further into the interior, the valley opens up and is met by its eastern finger creating an even more expansive flat crossed by Wheelbarrow Creek and its many tributaries. From the valley floor, one could look in all directions to the lush forests that nestles this magnificent valley. LIVESTOCK The Wheelbarrow Ranch strikes the right balance between a productive livestock operation and a long term sustainable timber production with the added benefit of its phenomenal recreational attributes. Currently the ranch runs between 50-70 cow/calf units. This number could be increased if resources were committed to water development for valley irrigation, dry farming where irrigation is unfeasible and perimeter and cross fencing, repaired and/or placed, to increase the quantity and quality of the grazing area. TIMBER There has not been an official timber cruise done to determine the actual volume of existing timber but it is safe to say there is a vast stand of Douglas Fir, literally millions upon millions of board feet, that is representative of significant working asset. Whether one wishes to bank this reserve and let it grow for future generations, harvest it at a sustainable level or sell the carbon credit, there is a real value here that should produce an exponential rate on its own accord. RECREATION Of course, the recreational merits of a natural treasure such as this are endless . With close proximity to the San Francisco Bay Area and Sonoma Airport, access to a sportsman is easily accessible. Teeming with Blacktail Deer, bear, Tule Elk, wild hog, turkey, mountain and valley quail, bangtail pigeon, migratory birds in season, mountain lion and bobcat one’s always guessing what the next corner will yield. The Ranch would seem to be a perfect candidate for California Fish & Wildlife Private Land Management Program (PLM). The depth, diversity of terrain and water attributes all contribute to making the Ranch a wildlife haven which was not lost on the original Pomo Indian inhabitants nor the later European settlers who were drawn to this rich region and whose respective settlements are evidenced in niches and corners throughout the Ranch. HISTORICAL Further to its historical significance, the Ranch played host to the legendary Coates - Frost Family Feud that left 8 dead in October of 1867. Legend has it that lawmen pursued the fleeing perpetrators through the Ranch’s backcountry resulting in scattered skirmishes in long forgotten and unmarked battlefields. As one journeys through the depth of the Ranch, there is an underlying sense of stepping back in time when the West was wild and filled with hope for the newcomers to leave their marks. IMPROVEMENTS Besides the wildlife and other natural attributes, there are miles upon miles of improved and unimproved ranch roads and trails for exploring by ATV, horseback or foot. In addition, there are numerous potential campsites, old homesteads and one picturesque functioning backcountry cabin. There is a modest but functional main ranch house, an updated caretaker’s cabin, backwood’s cabin, rental cabin, large workshop/barn with stable, hay barn, numerous outbuildings and some corrals and holding pens. There is electric to the houses, propane delivered and water supplied by a gravity fed spring. WATER Water resources include the Wheelbarrow Creek, Bean Creek, Bud Creek, Tomki Creek and numerous lesser creeks and tributaries. Abundance of water is evidenced by the numerous springs scattered throughout the Ranch. Situated in the valley’s southwest side is the Ranch’s main spring fed reservoir. With crystal clear water and an elevated pier, the reservoir invites the swimmer seeking reprieve from the mid-day heat and the angler seeking it’s abundant bass and bluegill. Property Highlights: • 5,107 acres in central Mendocino County • Direct Access of Highway 101 • 3 Bedroom / 2 Bath Main House • 2 Bedroom Caretakers House • 30' x 50' Hay Barn • 50' x 60' Red Barn • Runs 50-70 Cow/ Calf Pair • Numerous Creeks & Springs • Timber - Millions of Board Feet - Primarily Douglas Fir • Abundant Wildlife - Deer, Pigs, Elk, Bear & Upland Game Birds • Site of Historic Coates - Frost Family Feud (circa 1867) • Miles of Hiking & Riding Trails • Backwoods One Room Cabin • Multitude of Micro-climates • One Acre Pond - Great Swimming / Fishing
$6,000,000  •  3,527 acres
Cattle grazing on wide-open spaces; conjures up visions of the old west with cowboys on horseback, herding, roping, and branding cattle. This complete cattle operation, consisting of 3527 +/- acres, allow 500 to 600 cows year round. Situated in the northeastern corner of California, the York Ranch is ready for new owners to create their ranching legacy. Adjudicated water rights from Parker Creek, five pivots, wheel lines, five wells, hundreds of acres of hay production, 6 hay barns, irrigated pasture, two log cabins, two ranch hand homes, bunkhouse, state-of-the-art headquarters/barn, and fully functioning cattle handling facility make for a turnkey operation. Serious ranchers will appreciate this prime ranchland and successful cattle enterprise.
$6,900,000  •  1,502 acres
The Bull Creek Ranch captivates the western soul as it is perfectly situated in the coveted South Fork Valley near Cody, Wyoming. Every aspect of the ranch shows pride in ownership from impressive and functional modern buildings to the conveniently irrigated cropland. The homes are quintessential South Fork capturing incredible views of the Absaroka Range and Carter Mountain. The livestock facilities are laid out for grooming, showcasing, and working. The hay operation benefits from efficient center pivots, envious machine shops, and large hay barns. The outfit thrives on dependable irrigation water from high mountain reservoirs as well as irrigation district canal water. With close proximity to millions of acres of public wilderness the ranch is home to the same species of game found in Yellowstone. Well-conceived improvements are carefully placed along Bull Creek which is central to the property including two very nice homes, two large equipment shops, and an enviable equestrian/livestock facility. This working and diversified ranch efficiently distributes valuable surface water rights using convenient pivot irrigation. Historically, the cropland fields produce racehorse quality hay that is shipped to states as far away as Kentucky. The setting and the infrastructure on the Bull Creek Ranch leave nothing to be desired. The Bull Creek Ranch is ideal for a registered livestock or equestrian estate The ranch holds 1,551 +/- total acres consisting of 833+/ deeded acres, 629+/- State leased acres, and 40+/- BLM leased acres located at the base of Carter Mountain. Approximately 306 +/- acres are irrigated under center pivot with additional acreage under side roll and hand line. The irrigated ground is currently planted in an Alfalfa grass or Timothy. Historically the operation sold certified weed free hay for use on federal lands as well as race-horse quality timothy hay that was shipped to abroad. One field produced barley under contract to Coors Brewing Company. Newly installed cross fencing makes the ranch ideal for year around livestock with a carrying capacity depending upon rotational grazing practices on irrigated and dry pasture supplemented with hay production on remaining fields and use of the 170 AUM public leases. Every aspect of the ranch shows pride in ownership from the well-maintained fields to graveled and paved roads. This ranch presents a buyer with a great opportunity to step into a world-class operation with all the improvements and infrastructure already in place. The Bull Creek Ranch is well watered with diversified sources including private rights to storage reservoirs on Bull Creek, three points of diversion off the Lake View Canal, two wells, and multiple springs. The South Fork Valley is rich in farm and ranching history, but the quality of this land also makes it prime for development giving a new buyer exit strategies down the road.
$7,400,000  •  1,500 acres
Once in a ''Blue Moon'' does a ranch with this much diversity and quality become available for sale. This 1500+/- acre cattle, hay, wild rice and hunting ranch is truly an amazing property. The ranch features 1,050 irrigated acres; 521 in alfalfa, 201 acres in wild rice and 328 acres irrigated pasture. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: There are 4 ag wells, (one not in use) a ditch pump and a spring pump all tied together, producing well over 10,000 GPM. All tied together with underground mainline and return ditch system. No water leaves the ranch! The remaining property is used for grazing and feed lot with a mixture of pines, oaks and juniper. The south portion of the ranch is under a WRP conservation easement for enhanced habitat and is used for hunting and grazing. Around 30 acres are in the headquarters, barns, shop, corrals and two homes. 3400 sf metal shop, two hay barns plus animal/hay barn. The ranch keeps enough hay to feed over the winter, and sells the remaining crop. The ranch now runs 350 spring and fall calving pairs, plus 50 replacement heifers and 12 bulls, year round. This operation has run up to 500 head, depending on how you run the haying operation. The ranch is fully fenced and cross fenced. There are several year round and seasonal springs, year round ponds, as well as a seasonal creek which creates a spectacular waterfall over the lava rock bluff. There are two roads into the ranch, One coming in from the south,at the base of the bluff and one coming down off the bluff via Day Road. The ranch hand house is 1400 sf with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, plus a full basement. This house is located just north of the ranch headquarters. The owners home is at the south end of the ranch. It is 1500 sf with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths, plus a full basement. Both homes sit at the base of the bluff and have nice decks capturing the incredible views of Mt. Shasta, Mt. Lassen and valley. The waterfowl hunting is outstanding and the ranch qualifies for 2 landowner deer tags available through Fish and Wildlife. The Williamson Act is in place on the majority of the ranch. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a ranch that has excellent history, very well maintained with the benefit of privacy, beauty plus fantastic hunting and bass fishing. Good production records are available to qualified buyers. Some equipment and cattle are available for sale, but not included in asking price.
$2,750,000  •  1,235 acres
Flying W Ranch is a well-known ranch in a historic location where old time cattle drives passed and Indians hunted for centuries. This 1,235 acre ranch with its own Old Western Town has plenty to offer. The CMT television series Cowboy U used this ranch as their filming location for one of their seasons.
$7,000,000  •  1,154 acres
1154 Acres of improved cattle production, wildlife and recreation. 42 bodies of water with more than 12 miles of quality interior fencing, 20+ pastures, 3 barns, a private and secluded, high quality home nestled quietly away from the hustle and bustle of the city and so much more..... Ranches of this size and quality are a rare find in this area. Don't miss out on your opportunity to own this piece of Texas!
$6,900,000  •  1,120 acres
Under Contract
The cool mountain breeze and the crisp smell of pine trees, welcome you as you meander your way up to the beautifully landscaped entry of the Spring Valley Ranch. Situated in Plumas County, lies this 1,120 acre Sierra Nevada gem. Between the towering pine, sage, and juniper trees sits your 5,252 square foot home. With the views of mountain peaks, rolling hills, lush gardens, beautiful lawns, and multiple ponds, this two story home brings you the peaceful serenity of nature. A complete outdoor kitchen for the pool and spa, a two story guest cottage, & recreational hall with sleeping loft and kitchen all give the new owners plenty of entertaining opportunities. For the recreational enthusiast, enjoy spending your days out by the bass filled lake fishing for tonights dinner or practicing your target shot at the shooting range. The numerous springs and 3 year round ponds creates an optimum habitat for deer and bear. The ranch is also on a 7XA deer hunting location. In addition there is a 4,342 square foot barn with tack room, a 5 stall sheep barn complete with hay storage, an indoor/outdoor chicken coop with lights, ranch office and shops. The ranch is fenced and crossed fenced for cattle and horses. There is 846 acres of grazing pasture for cattle; 75 pair. The Spring Valley Ranch has left no detail out in creating the most pristine and well kept ranch there is, not to mention in a location like no other.
$17,000,000  •  1,008.88 acres
The fabulous Pick Bar Ranch, just east of Durango, Colorado, contains a healthy portion of everything a classic Western Ranch ought to have: well-watered meadowlands, a forest of tall pines, endless mountain views, abundant wildlife and a with a record of producing monster trout. Add in the solid infrastructure of a proven cattle operation, and the Pick Bar Ranch carries its weight as one of the finest recreation and working ranch properties in southern Colorado. The Pick Bar Ranch occupies 1008.9± acres in the scenic Pine River valley, a few miles north of Bayfield, on the main road to Vallecito Reservoir. Located at approximately 7000 feet, the ranch has a Ponderosa forest section and a meadow section. The eastern section is dominated by extensive forests of mature ponderosa pine, with abundant draws to shelter mule deer, elk, and black bear and private access to national forest. The western meadow section contains the ranch headquarters, irrigated meadowlands and the riparian corridor of the Pine River and Bear Creek, vegetated with a lovely mix of pines and native cottonwoods. Water makes or breaks ranches in southern Colorado, and the Pick Bar Ranch is blessed with over a mile of the coveted Pine River, and a mile of its tributary, Bear Creek. Senior water rights of a healthy 3.278 c.f.s. ensures that nearly 200 acres of hay is well-watered, including a 1/4-mile radius pivot. As a result, the ranch has been a solid cattle producer since 1883 and currently supports up to 70 AUs year-round, with winter pasture and summer grazing all available on-property. The Pine River is a closely guarded fishery among those who are fortunate enough to control access to it. Rich in insect life, and partially controlled by the outflow from Vallecito Reservoir, the Pine can produce some of the largest brown and rainbow trout in Colorado. Not far upstream from the Pick Bar Ranch, a 40-inch rainbow was recently caught, and trophy browns and rainbows in the multi-pound category live throughout the river, including on the mile of river on the Pick Bar Ranch. Careful riparian habitat management and engineered habitat improvements ensure that the Pine on the Pick Bar will continue to grow and retain trout of bragging proportions. The mountain portion of the ranch adjoins public land in the 2.5-million-acre San Juan National Forest, which makes for hunting opportunities for both mule deer and elk. Both species can often be seen on the ranch, especially when early snow pushes them to lower elevations. Other wildlife includes coyotes, foxes, bobcats, mountain lion, black bear and a great variety of birds attracted to the riparian area. There are currently two deer tags with the property, one is a property owners tag and one is an open unit tag. Improvements on the ranch equip it to be an ideal equestrian site, including a classic red barn, 75×175 indoor riding arena and a full-size outdoor arena. Wonderful riding opportunities are abundant in both the meadow and mountain sections of the ranch, and the climate is mild enough to keep horses year-round. Other recreational amenities on the ranch include dog kennel, private shooting range, and a small bass pond. An impressive gated entry leads to the Pick Bar Ranch headquarters, with its historic three-story home and wraparound porch. A second, newer home nearby allows ample room for ranch help or can serve as a guest house. And the underground sprinkler system keeps the lovely grounds well-watered. Pick Bar Ranch is uniquely situated between Colorado’s largest wilderness area, the Weminuche, just a few miles to the north, and the bustling small city of Durango, only 30 minutes to the west. Thus, multi-day horseback or hiking excursions to the wilderness are close at hand, but so are the amenities of the city. Durango offers a commercial airport, upscale restaurants, quality entertainment, Fort Lewis College, and the historic Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad. Downhill skiing is available at Purgatory Ski Resort, just north of Durango, Wolf Creek Ski area less than 90 minutes east, and world-famous Mesa Verde National Park is about 90 minutes to the west. Here at M4 Ranch Group, we think that the combination of ideal ranch features at Pick Bar Ranch make it an extremely attractive find. As a property with potential for cattle, horses, fishing and hunting, and close access to a rich variety of recreational opportunities it stands alone. The Pick Bar Ranch deserves consideration of anyone looking for the soul of the old West, yet just a few miles away from the best of the new West. The western property from CR 501 to the Pine River (Approximately 254.5± acres which includes the pastures, and all ranching and residential improvements) may be sold separately for $13,000,000.
$1,282,500  •  855 acres
Location: The Doole Ranch is approximately 34 miles Northwest of Brady, Texas just 4 miles West of what is known as Doole, Texas. That makes is approximately 170 miles from San Antonio, Texas and approximately 150 miles to Austin, Texas. Land: The Doole Ranch is relatively flat as far as topography goes. The soils are sandy to sandy loam and the area is known for dry land farming. There are 2 fenced areas that previous farming has taken place on in the Southwest (approx. 70ac) and Southeast corners (approx. 130ac). It isnt known when the fields were in production last. There is a good mix of brush (predominantly tasajillo and mesquite) and cleared areas. Water: There are 5 small ponds (less than 2 acres) on the ranch. It is believed that the ranch resides over the Hickory aquifer but there are no water wells on the property. There is a municipal tap from Millersview-Doole Water Corporation on the property. Improvements: The ranch has cross-fencing and there are 3 fenced pastures, excluding the two fields. There is a set of cattle pens (pipe and steel panels) along with a rock storage shed and hay/loafing shed. There is a storage shed (2-car/2-bay garage) with a concrete floor. Electricity is on the property as well and is provided by Concho Valley Electric Co-op. The information contained herein is deemed reliable, but is not warranted by Broker or Seller, and is subject to change, prior to sale, errors and/or omissions and withdrawal from market. Buyer(s) are responsible for their resolution to purchase subject property according to local, state, and federal law, and due diligence as necessary according to proposed use. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY DO NOT TRESPASS. Buyer(s) broker must be identified on first contact and must accompany buying prospect on first showing to be allowed full fee participation. Fee participation will ultimately be at the sole discretion of the listing broker.
$1,695,000  •  847.81 acres
The 847 acre Rice Canyon ranch is located just a few miles east of Susanville, California in Lassen County. The ranch lies within the Honey Lake valley with broad vistas of the Sierra Nevada mountains and the Great Basin. This ranch boasts over 250 acres of irrigated lands under two center pivots and wheel lines. There are 90 acres in alfalfa with the balance in grain. The grain can be planted back into alfalfa or any irrigated crop. There are 2 ag wells, 3 domestic wells, 3 large pole barns for hay storage, 3 homes, a feedlot and plenty of equipment storage buildings as well as a shop. The back of the ranch borders public lands managed by Bureau of Land Management. Antelope, deer and other wildlife frequent the property. The ranch runs approximately 150 pair but with proper management that number could increase.
$3,797,944  •  825.64 acres
"77 Ranch" is known as one of the best working ranches in Madison County. Well located on Highway 75, 8 miles south of Madisonville, just West of I-45, fronting upon State Highway 75. Property is fenced, and cross fenced into multiple pastures in a functional manner. Ranch currently carries 300 mature cows, 20 to 30 replacement heifers and 14 to 16 mature bulls. Approximately 150 acres is in improved coastal Bermuda hay and yields 600 to 900 rolls, depending upon conditions. Approximately 300+ acres of the ranch lie in the Bedias Creek bottom and subject to overflow. However, these pastures carry cattle well in spring and summer. Wildlife habitat is enhanced in this area of the ranch. West boundary of the ranch is Mills Road, a county maintained road that connects to SH 75, North of ranch entrance. The ranch home was built in the 1950's, and was updated in the 1980's. The home has appeal but needs updating to current trends. Other ranch improvements consist of 2 sets of working pens, several barns and employee house. Large, productive ready-to-go ranches are becoming hard to find in this area of Texas. Madison County is a very desirable and convenient area with old Texas customs and charm.
$8,900,000  •  780 acres
NW GA Resort Property on 780 acres just outside of Atlanta
$5,175,000  •  623.11 acres
Great property for cattle operation or investment for development opportunity
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$1,600,000  •  560 acres
$1,700,000
The Boswell Ranch is an improved grazing property that has a taste for recreation as well.  A quality ranch home along with other improvements provides this southern Oklahoma ranch with many opportunities.  The scenery, seclusion, grass production, plus the availability of water will attract many to the rural lifestyle of this ranch. Improvements:  The main house features 2,899 sqft of living space and was constructed in 2007 by the current owner.  The 3 bed 2.5 bath custom ranch home includes, vaulted ceilings, open concept kitchen, living, and dinning room, stone fireplace, breakfast bar, safe room, 2 car garage, and a second story office space.  The walls are ICF (Insulated Concrete Form) adding to the efficiency and safety of the home.  Out the back door and off of the covered porch is a pergola shaded sitting area with an adjacent outdoor kitchen and shower.  The ranch also includes a well maintained 1,568 sqft 3 bed 2 bath guest house and a 2,300 sqft 1.5 bath office building.  There are 2 barns on the property, the first is 70' x 100' and can be used for hay and equipment storage and the second is 50' x 50', fully enclosed and currently used for tools and equipment.  The property has 2 sets of livestock working facilities with the main set centrally located with the cross fencing.   Water:  There are 3 ponds and a few seasonal drainages with the largest pond at 2+ acres.  The ranch improvements are all serviced by a water well with an additional well not currently being used.  Well water has been ran to the central livestock pens.  Rural water is available in the northwest corner of the property.  This area of Oklahoma receives an average of 44.8" of rainfall annually. Wildlife:  Whitetail deer and turkey hunting have produced that most success in this area.  The ranch has a few blocks of timber, mostly Oak, connected with tree lined drainages known for wildlife travel routes.  Other species familiar to this area are quail, dove, hogs, coyotes, and bobcats.  The ponds offer good fishing and the largest is stocked with Channel catfish. Land:  Approximately 80% of this property is grazable acres which produces enough forage to handle just shy of 150 cow-calf pairs according to the OSU Ag Extension office.  A mix of Rye, Bermuda, Clover, Fescue and native grasses make up majority of the ranch.  The topography is primarily a hilltop setting with a desirable amount of elevation change for capturing run-off.  The soils consist of mostly sandy loam.  There are 3 main pastures, 200, 150, and 100 acres in size with a 55 acre hay field.  The hay field and others areas that can be cut for hay will produce 1.75 bales/acre which can be improved and possibly doubled with weed spraying and fertilizer.  The remainder of the acreage is used for small traps connected to the working facilities that provide low stress for handling and penning livestock.     Location:  The Boswell Ranch is located 10 miles south of Boswell Oklahoma in the southwest portion of Choctaw County.  The property is just over 2 hours from Dallas, 2.45 hours from Tulsa, and 3 hours from OKC.  The ranch can be accessed from N 4060 Rd and also N 4070 Rd. Minerals: Seller does not own any of the mineral estate.   Taxes: The taxes are approximately $2,800 annually.  Note: Ranch is shown by appointment only. 
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$2,250,000  •  546 acres
Located in Delta County Texas, 4 miles west of Cooper, TX. Comments: 200 acres of woods; excellent deer habitat. Approximately 350 acres of meadows, with 100 acres under center pivot irrigation. Excellent hay production and room for 130 cows as well.
$2,735,000  •  544 acres
Finger Lakes Dairy Farm with Home For Sale in Central NY A well established and improved Finger Lakes area dairy farm for sale with 438 free stalls. Main free stalls, built in 2009 and addition built in 2014. Has 310 sand bed stalls, is set up as a 6 row center drive-through with 14 foot ceilings for excellent ventilation. Barn is well maintained and in good condition. Manure is scraped to a pump house with a H.D. Houle piston pump which transfers it to a concrete floor lined large manure lagoon for long term storage. The cows are milked, three times daily, in a 16 cow flat parlor in the original cow barn. There is a 56x140 Cover-All barn, built in 1997 with drive by alley for feeding. There are 60 free stalls for lactating cows and 27 stalls for dry cows. A 45x180 heifer barn with metal roof & curtain sides holds 180 cows. There are 120 free-stalls in 3 rows for heifers 6+ months and a bedded pack for younger ones. There is a 4 ton hopper bottom feed bin. there is a large calf hut raising area supplied with 4 water hydrants. The dairy complex is well laid out. The main farm house is a two-story 3,220 SF home. Featuring 9 rooms including 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. It was built in approximately 1850. It has been extensively upgraded and renovated but sill maintains its original charm. The floors and doors have been stripped and varnished. The kitchen in modern and opens to a large den/family room with picture windows providing a Cayuga Lake view. There is a front porch and large open rear deck. The house is well maintained and in good condition. Further up Morgan road is a second 1,813 SF farm house. It is 2 story, wood-frame, and it is used for farm labor  housing. It has a kitchen, dining room, 4 bedrooms a bath and a full basement; oil fired hot air furnace. The house is in fair condition and is in need of upgrading. There is a 20x60, open one side, machine storage shed. Also a 27x90 wood frame barn with 80% concrete floor, partitioned as a farm shop & machine storage; fair utility - good condition. A third farm house is located west of Route 89 and is 2,229 SF. It has 8 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, kitchen, living room, den and laundry room. It is oil fired hot water heat. There was $30,000 worth of upgrades completed in 2006-2007. The 3rd farmhouse is in average condition. There is a 34x122 barn converted for horses with 10 horse stalls, tack room & office and run in area. This building is in fair condition. LAND: Of the 544 acres comprising this farm there is 449 acres of tillable land. 50% of the tillable land is rated as Class II soils and in primarily gently, sloping Honeoye-Lima-Cazenovia series which are highly productive cropland soils. 34% of the soils have steeper grades; 8-15% slopes. They tend to be less productive because of wetness, erosion & stones. Much of the Class III soils have been improved by tile drainage over the years. There is about 90 acres of mostly woodland and some pasture. About 5 acres make up the improved farmsteads. This property is located in a designated NYS Agricultural District. This farm has its primary setting overlooking Cayuga lake, the largest of the NYS Finger Lakes. It is also a prime vineyard grape growing area with many established vineyards nearby. The proximity to the lake and the air drainage & soil types make this farm a prime candidate to establish a new Finger Lakes area vineyard & winery. A block of vineyard quality land this large is seldom available. This dairy farm has a verified milk market through Agri-Mark. It's a large diary family's luck find sure to please the family seeking a farm large & productive enough to support two families. Listing ID: 31083-40067
$3,000,000  •  537 acres
537 ac working cattle & recreational ranch enjoys 1300 ft frontage of the spectacular Brazos. Beautiful custom ranch home w huge porches & amazing views of pastures and ponds. 2nd home & small hunting cabin,50x80 barn, loafing shed & equipment barn.Excellent fencing, hot wire, cross-fenced & an alley that runs entire length of property.Two sep cattle working areas.The enormous coastal fields are watered by two pivots that receive its water directly from Brazos w TCEQ senior water rights. Many water sources spread throughout the property including nine constant-level ponds and several coop taps.All grasses improved & treated regularly.
$6,900,000  •  528.85 acres
Historic ranch on edge of San Luis Obispo. Approximately 530 acres with three legal parcels.
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$1,200,000  •  515 acres
This ranch joins the Mark Twain National Forest. It runs 80-100 mother cows with potential for more. The land is ¾ pasture, ¼ woods. There is a live spring, a creek, and 14 ponds. The custom-built 3 BD, 2.5 Ba home is high quality and a variety of outbuildings are nearby.
$1,875,000  •  510 acres
Located in the picturesque community of Surprise Valley, nestled against the stunning Warner Mountain Range, lies this immaculate 510 acre ranch. Versatile use is a big factor towards the value of this ranch. Growing hay, grain, raising goats and wintering cattle. There are 2 animal barns, large hay barn and impressive feed lot. Other amenities include a 3 apartment, two story complex and large shop. The ranch is just a few miles North of Cedarville with amazing views. Property Highlights: • Immaculate 510 acre ranch. Impressive 300 acres of premium alfalfa, 150 acres in grain and 50 acres of meadow pasture. • Pivot corners are planted with triticale. • Irrigation provided by 4 pivots, 3 wheel lines, 3 ag wells and water rights out of New Pine Creek. • The ag wells produce a total of 2200 GPM, all distributed by underground mainline. • Total of 45 acre feet of decreed water right out of New Pine Creek during run off season. North Pine Creek has 15 and South Pine Creek has 30. Solar pump replaced this year. • An impressive feedlot set up for 400 cows, with covered squeeze for all weather operation, loading chute and inter changeable fencing panels along with heated water troughs. • 750 ton hay barn, two animal barns with stalls, one with hay storage and ½ bath. • Large 4 bay shop with oversized roll up doors, concrete floor, workshop and office area. Air plumbed throughout. • Living quarters include 3 apartments in a two story complex, one – 1 bedroom and two – 2 bedroom units with full kitchens and baths. Newly remodeled with new flooring, kitchens and baths. • Water from domestic well serving the apartments, shop and animal barns. Submersible pump replaced in 2016 • The ranch is set up to be highly functional, currently raising goats year round. Fully fenced, cross fenced and gated. • Stunning views of the Warner Mountains and valley, located just North of Cedarville. Great hunting and recreation in the area.
$1,400,000  •  415 acres
A turnkey cattle ranch with great fences, working facilities, shop, barns and three houses ready for cattle today.