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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.
$25,000,000  •  24,108 acres
Located in the Pioneer Mountains 45 miles east of the airport in Hailey, Lava Lake Ranch is an expansive agricultural, conservation, and wildlife property that is easily accessible to the amenities of Sun Valley and communities of southern Idaho yet instills a sense of being a world away. The ranch encompasses a footprint of approximately 825,000 acres and features 24,108± deeded acres in seven separate units and over 800,000 acres of associated US Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) grazing permits, State of Idaho grazing leases, and private land grazing leases. From the Snake River Plain north to the crest of the Pioneers, Lava Lake Ranch spans 125 miles of diverse ecosystems within the Pioneer Mountains-Craters of the Moon landscape that consist of mountain peaks, foothills, canyons, sage steppe grasslands, forests of fir and aspen, and free-flowing rivers and streams. This vast, undeveloped landscape includes over 95,000 acres of conserved private lands and the 750,000-acre Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve. Wildlife here is prolific and includes wide-ranging species such as mule deer, elk, pronghorn, and sage grouse; carnivores such as gray wolves, mountain lions, and bobcats; and iconic species such as mountain goats and wolverines. Year-round recreational opportunities on the ranch are almost endless, and include big game hunting, wingshooting, trout fishing, birdwatching, trail riding, cycling, hiking, ATV touring, and cross country and backcountry skiing. Established in 1999, Lava Lake Ranch is highlighted by exceptional grazing resources, and its owners have focused on producing the highest quality grass-fed lamb and beef while restoring and preserving the lands used by the ranch. Building improvements on the ranch are modest but practical and sufficient to serve current operations. A series of conservation easements cover the majority of the ranch and allow for a broad set of agricultural, residential, and recreational uses.
$17,400,000  •  18,205 acres
Offering significant BLM and State grazing permits, wildlife habitat, and recreation along the Yampa River in northwest Colorado.
$2,400,000  •  15,000 acres
Tucked away in northwestern Colorado lies Elk Creek Ranch, a one-of-a-kind private sporting community situated along the banks of the esteemed White River. This exclusive private membership community can be described as the most premier fly-fishing and hunting retreat in the West. With over 30 miles of private fly-fishing along the White River and Elk Creek, world-class big game hunting in an expansive and unspoiled natural habitat, along with luxurious amenities, Elk Creek Ranch offers a truly unparalleled membership experience and unique ownership opportunity. See our Elk Creek Ranch presentation for more information.
$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.
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
$9,700,850  •  11,307 acres
The Huerfano Assemblage consists of the Orphan, Potts, Big Tree, and Vucetich Ranches located just north of Walsenburg along the I-25 corridor. These properties flank both sides of I-25, are adjacent to the Walsenburg city limits and are ideal for future housing or other development. This region of Huerfano County is known for having exceedingly high wind and solar energy potential. All wind and solar energy rights will convey, and with current trends, presumably, there could be significant unrealized solar and wind value here. These offerings are available individually or in their entirety. In addition to wind / solar development potential, these ranches offer good mid-size grazing opportunities along with good populations of wildlife for hunting or viewing.
$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.
$28,000,000  •  10,669.44 acres
The North Bridger Mountain Ranch represents the culmination of generations of excellent asset management. The grazing, timber, recreation, and hunting have been expertly managed for decades and it shows! The ranch which lies at the north end of the Bridger Mountain Range, is the headwaters of no less than four drainages. Truly an end-of-the-road mountain ranch situated on Elkhorn Ridge between the Shields River and Sixteen Mile Creek drainages, the 10,669± deeded acre ranch offers a significant landholding an hour from Bozeman, Montana. The Facts: ~End-of-the-road privacy within 60 miles of Bozeman, Montana ~Near perfect mosaic of range, timber, topography, and coulees with water ~Views of nine mountain ranges ~Multiple miles of live water via Bearskull, Timber, Coal, and Cottonwood Creeks ~See millions of stars with no light pollution ~See or hunt elk and never see another human ~Raise beef by the pound ~4.7 million board feet of merchantable timber
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$39,150,000  •  9,400 acres
To schedule a showing or for more information please contact Layne Walker, Partner|Broker, Hall and Hall Partners, LLP at 214-244-6484. Crooked Tree Ranch is 9,400± acres of prime ranching country in north central Texas. Owned by the same family for the last 25-plus years, the attention to land, vegetation, and improvements is evident. Native pastures have been carefully managed with minimal grazing, controlled burns, and attention to quail habitat. The ranch has a level to rolling terrain as you enter the property and transitions to tree-covered draws toward the back of the ranch. With over ten miles of improved roads, traveling through the property is easy in all weather conditions. The headquarters are the first set of improvements you will encounter. Structures include the manager’s home, guest home, barns, working pens, round pen, an arena, dog kennels, and a small office building. A water collection system is also found at the headquarters where city water is collected. The owner’s home is located toward the back of the ranch. The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home is accompanied by a rock storage building and barn. The area is known for great hunting with the Crooked Tree having many options. Native whitetail deer are very plentiful, with an additional 200-acre high fence hunting area available. While quail numbers throughout north Texas have been down the past several years, quail hunting on the ranch has been excellent with continued quality habitat and management. Dove hunting is also great in season. Other income sources are a cattle lease, wind energy lease, and a possible mineral lease. The Facts 9,400± deeded acres Ten-plus miles of improved ranch roads Automated gate and illuminated entrance Headquarters: Three-bedroom, two-bath manager’s home Five-bedroom, three-bath guest home Cattle pens, arena, and round pen Small barn with horse stalls Small equipment barn Dog kennels Refrigerated meat processing room (fully equipped) and large walk-in cooler Small office building Owner’s Compound: Three suites, each with its own full bath and private entrance, one half-bath Stone veneer accents a storage building and separate barn currently used to house a large travel trailer
$29,000,000  •  9,286 acres
Unquestionably one of the most well-known legacy ranches in northern Colorado, Grizzly Ranch combines exceptional ranching and recreational attributes on 9,286± deeded acres plus 13,400± BLM leased acres. The ranch is located approximately 10 minutes from the quaint mountain town of Walden and 45± minutes from the popular resort town of Steamboat Springs. Named after Grizzly Creek which meanders for five-plus miles through the ranch, the Grizzly Ranch is a well-watered, contiguous ranch that offers great working ranch production values and outstanding recreation. The ranch also contains seven miles of Little Grizzly Creek, and the confluence of Little Grizzly and Grizzly Creeks is the beginning of the famous North Platte River, which flows for another four-plus miles on the ranch. With over 16 miles of creeks and the river, the ranch offers tremendous brown and rainbow trout fishing and the opportunity to make additional stream improvements. The ranch runs a well-balanced hay and grazing operation. Productive hay meadows are irrigated with senior water rights and an extensive ditch system that provides irrigation water for over 4,700 acres. The current owner rates the ranch at 1,000 pairs annually plus 400-500 yearlings and they are producing more than 4,500 tons of quality mountain hay annually. There is an excellent set of first-class operating improvements and outbuildings consisting of multiple sets of working facilities and numerous Morton structures. This is the first time that the ranch is being offered with the seller’s valuable mineral rights, which have generated significant royalty payments from oil and gas production. The Facts: ~ Includes seller mineral rights that have resulted in significant monthly royalty payments ~ 9,286± deeded acres and 13,400± BLM leased acres ~ Scenic North Park Mountain views in every direction ~ More than 4,700 irrigated acres with senior water rights and extensive hay production ~ Very nice sale barn, offices, and outbuildings ~ Six modest homes, 33 livestock sheds, machine shops, and equipment sheds ~ 11,250± square foot calving barn ~ 19,000± square foot sale barn or event center ~ Tremendous set of working facilities, including truck and livestock scales ~ Miles of pipeline, extensive stock tanks, and numerous stock dams ~ Multiple sets of working facilities ~ Tremendous fly fishing for brown and rainbow trout on over 16 miles of creeks and the river ~ Four ponds ~ Pronghorn antelope, mule deer, moose, and elk are found on the ranch ~ Income can also be generated from gravel, water sales, and event hosting on the ranch ~ Livestock and equipment are not included in the sale of the ranch
$21,500,000  •  8,880.14 acres
Located at the upstream end of the Stillwater River Canyon, the Flying C Ranch operates on just over 10,700± acres, of which 8,880± is deeded, and the balance is encompassed in two BLM permits and a state lease. The ranch benefits from a 100-head grazing permit on the adjacent national forest. The ranch headquarters and the owner’s compound are situated along one-and-a-half miles of the Stillwater River. This “river unit” consists of around 300 acres, including 59± acres of flood-irrigated hay meadows, the aforementioned owner’s home, the manager’s home, a classic horse barn, guest houses, and other outbuildings. The ranch rises steeply from there to include dramatic foothills that open into rolling grasslands running to the national forest boundary. Tucked away amongst these scenic foothills are significant portions of two other lush valleys through which flow Bad Canyon Creek and Trout Creek. The latter offers an appealing small trout fishery that complements the ranch’s frontage on the Stillwater River, the area's dominant, highly regarded big stream fishery. As one would expect, wildlife is prolific as there is a desirable and very private habitat for everything from species of deer to elk, antelope, black bear, and mountain lion. Also, the canyons and grassy hillsides are ideal for upland birds and raptors. The lower valley offers an intimate experience with views of dramatic cliffs, and as one gains altitude, the entire Beartooth Front comes into view and is truly awe-inspiring from these vantage points. The ranch supports 225 cows and carries over the calves with supplemental hay purchases. From imposing cliffs, rivers, and streams to dramatic canyons, secret coulees and private valleys, and timbered and aspen-covered slopes, the Flying C Ranch operates in an amazingly diverse and wildlife-rich landscape. Many have said it is like owning a national park. The Facts: ~Location: 20 miles west of Absarokee and six miles north of Nye ~Acreage: 10,717± (8,880± deeded plus BLM and State leases) with a 100-head USFS permit ~Terrain: Riparian, cliffs, canyons, rock formations, open foothill grasslands, meadows ~Improvements: Modest owner’s home, guest cabins, managers house, and outbuildings ~Water: About one-and-a-half miles of Stillwater River, small trout stream, irrigated meadows, 17 filed spring rights, and stock water pipelines ~Operation: 225 mother cows year-round and carry calf crop over to fall of 2nd year with some hay purchased depending on winter conditions ~Access: Just off the paved highway on a good, graveled county road ~Views: Dramatic! Of the Beartooth Front – Montana’s highest mountains ~Wildlife: Deer, elk, antelope, black bear, and mountain lion with canyons and grassy hillsides ideal for upland birds and all manner of raptors ~Summary: The complete package – scenic, excellent trout fishing, incredibly diverse country adjoining the national forest, a fantastic cross-section of most wildlife species, and a viable cattle operation
$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.
$18,838,215  •  6,848.26 acres
To schedule a showing or for more information contact John Wildin, Broker|Partner, Hall and Hall, at 620-474-0533. The Drummond South Ranch, with over 8,418.01 acres in total under fence with a mix of 6,848.26± deeded acres and the balance of land leased from various neighbors, is now offered for sale after being owned by the same family for nearly 100 years. Frederick Drummond operated the ranch for nearly 50 years, eventually passing it along to his children. This scenic working cattle ranch is located nearly 20 miles northwest of Tulsa on a direct line, sits right above Keystone Lake, and is around three miles southwest of Skiatook Lake. One can see downtown Tulsa from several of the high points on the ranch. This ranch is made up of the rolling hills covered with the typical species of native tall grasses, in addition to the abundant stands of trees that dominate this sector of the Cross Timbers ecoregion. Numerous draws run throughout the ranch. Several of those draws at times can have water backed up in them from Keystone Lake during periods of high flows from the Arkansas River that feeds Keystone Lake. The ranch has been operated over the last 100 years by the same family as a working cattle ranch, and was typically running around 600 head of mother cows and calves annually. However, the general location of this Drummond South Ranch, with its proximity to Keystone and Skiatook Lakes, and the short drive to the Tulsa Metroplex, it’s become obvious that this land is moving in a transitional path that looks to be headed way beyond cattle ranching. This large landholding is nearly impossible to duplicate because of its unmatched location. The incredible proximity to Tulsa, Keystone Lake, and Skiatook Lake are just a few of the high points. The rolling hills of tall grass, the timbered areas full of blackjack and post oak trees, and the deep draws are home to an assorted wildlife population. The views from various high points on the ranch are stunning. The Facts: ~ 8,418± acres in total ~ 6,848± acres deeded land ~ 1,569± acres leased (multiple landowners) ~ 355± acres in joint ownership ~ 30-minute drive northwest of Tulsa, Oklahoma ~ Owned and operated by the same family over 100 years ~ Stunning scenery with rolling hills and deep draws with ponds fed by flowing creeks ~ Native tallgrass species interspersed with numerous hardwood tree stands ~ Excellent whitetail deer hunting, along with turkey, wild hogs, quail, and waterfowl ~ Very good fishing with over 45 ponds on the deeded land ~ Overlooks Keystone Lake and is just three miles southwest of Skiatook Lake ~ Located in Osage County, Oklahoma, the largest by area county in Oklahoma ~ Nearby communities of Hominy, six miles to the north and Cleveland three miles to the west ~ Osage County is home to the Osage Indian Tribe ~ Typically operated with around 600 cow/calf pairs annually ~ Average annual precipitation is 44 inches ~ Average number of days of sunshine is 234 ~ Elevations run from around 730 feet up to 1,010 feet ~ Average growing season will last up to 210 days
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$16,000,000  •  6,332 acres
$21,000,000
Bill E. Newman Real Estate LLC and Cruikshank Realty, Inc. are excited to be marketing the 6332 Acre Fry Irrigated Farm in Cimarron County, OK.
$9,000,000  •  6,274 acres
The Hickert Ranch offers an outstanding opportunity for a person looking for a good cow-calf ranch or feeder cattle ranch that is ready to go. The 6,274± acres of the 9,656± acre property are under a grazing CRP contract that provides a dual entity property owner $100,000 of yearly income while at the same time allowing for grazing. The balance of the property consists of 3,382± acres of state land. A new scale has been installed allowing the new owner to weigh cattle coming and going right on the property. Corrals and the feeding facility are first-rate pipe built and include 1,200± feet of bunk space. The shop buildings are all fully insulated with numerous extras right where you need them. There is also a well-thought-out horse facility with all the extras. There are two recently remodeled homes at the headquarters that can be used for ranch labor or guest quarters. The main house is new construction carefully planned for infinite possibilities. This is truly a unique Colorado ranch that will provide income and pride of ownership. - 9,656± acres (6,274± deeded; 3,382± state land) - CRP grazing income - Great hunting possibilities - New executive home with four car garage - New bunk house - Insulated shop with meeting quarters, kitchen, and many extras - Horse vet facility with pipe fence and Ritchie waterers - 1,200-foot bunk space feeding facility with pipe corrals, loading chute, and working corrals
$6,495,000  •  5,970 acres
Boasting prime hunting for elk and deer, three homes, dependable in-place irrigation improvements, and endless possibilities for ranching and recreational pursuits. Four S Land and Cattle offers 5,970 contiguous acres featuring a mix of terrain including irrigated pastures and alfalfa fields and timbered hills that lead into the Blue Mountains. The diverse terrain and ample water on the ranch provide an ideal habitat not only for a year-round cattle operation but also for quality big game animals such as elk and deer that are found throughout the ranch.
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$3,950,000  •  5,956.06 acres
$4,750,000
The 5,956-acre Baccala Ranch is on the market for the first time in 130 years. Having been owned by the same family since 1893, the ranch has been a working cattle ranch for over a century. The terrain varies in elevation between 1,000 feet to 2,800 feet and is characterized by timberland, flat ground, rolling hills, steep cliffs, and rocky areas. From various lookout points, Mt. Shasta and the surrounding areas are visible in beautiful detail. Currently, the ranch is leased out to run about 150 pair for the season. There are three hunting cabins, a bunkhouse, and outbuildings; some are in need of TLC. Water comes from several springs, wells, and three creeks. In addition to running cattle, the ranch is an excellent recreational property, teeming with wildlife. The area is known for trophy deer hunting and the ranch is leased out for hunting. The Lassen National Forest borders the northern part of the ranch for even more recreational activities. Most of the ranch is in the Williamson Act, which lowers property taxes.
$5,300,000  •  5,733.29 acres
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: The secluded and private 5,733 ± acre Adobe Valley Ranch is located within the Mount Diablo Range on the south side of Del Puerto Canyon Road. It is 31 miles to Modesto, 49 miles to Stockton, 52 miles to Livermore, 56 miles to Merced, and 83 miles to San Jose. The ranch has been in the same family for 5 generations, running cattle for over 120 years. Currently, the Adobe Valley Ranch is used for cattle grazing and recreational purposes. It is fenced and crossed-fenced, running 100 pair year-round. Water on the ranch includes a year-round pond, Adobe and Lotta Creeks, and springs. The springs provide water to each of the buildings on the property as well as to the water troughs throughout the property. There is great hunting on the property with wildlife such as deer, wild boar, coyotes, foxes, mountain lions, and predators. Improvements include a main home & cabin, currently being rented, a workshop, a barn, and additional outbuildings. This a great opportunity for a cattle ranch or recreational property! In the Williamson Act. Legend has it Joaquin Murrieta, the Robin Hood of the West / Robin Hood of El Dorado, would hold his horses in the Adobe Valley... PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: • Secluded and private 5,733-acre ranch • Has been in the same family for 5 generations • Cattle Ranch for over 120 years • Currently used for cattle & recreation • Runs 100 pair year-round • Fenced and cross fenced • Corrals & loading chute • Water: Year-round Pond, two creeks, & springs • Spring-fed troughs & spring fed water to dwellings • Main home, cabin, large barn, workshop, & outbuildings • Recreation: Hunt, Horseback, ATV, Hike • Wildlife includes deer, wild boar, coyotes, foxes, mountain lions, and predators. • Borders BLM land • 31 miles to Modesto, 49 miles to Stockton, 52 miles to Livermore • 56 miles to Merced, 83 miles to San Jose, 93 miles to San Francisco • In the Williamson Act
$2,804,500  •  5,601 acres
Under Contract
We are privileged to collaborate with Cal Farley's Boys Ranch in presenting the Howard Melvin Ranch for sale. Mr. Melvin demonstrated great care in the acquisition and enhancement of the ranch. The ranch's management has implemented prudent grazing practices to preserve the fertile soil. Its convenient access to the interstate highway is a significant advantage for ranch operations and the transportation of livestock to market. With its excellent location situated next to the rocky mountain foothills, and I-25, this Ranch has excellent possibilities limited only by one's imagination and ingenuity. The Ranch features an impressive sod cover, creating good grazing for livestock. The predominant grass species on the ranch is blue grama, with Western wheat and Alkali sacaton also being significant varieties. Additionally, there are minor grasses like Sideoats grama, Indian saltgrass, Winterfat, Little blue stem, Prairie sandreed, and Purple prairie clover. As for forbs, the major species is Four-wing salt brush. The Ranch is dotted with scattered water sources carved in the landscape to retain runoff water for livestock and wildlife. There are four wells that are presently inactive. A water finder has identified five potential well sites that hold promise. Additionally, there are three underground pipeline systems connected to 12 metal livestock tanks. In addition, the Ranch terrain has created a natural intermittent creek that drains the property.
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