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$230,286,705  •  424,000 acres
$413,400,000
An assemblage of 7 ranches making up 424,000± acres that include some of the most amazing land features found in the Southwest, located in Brewster County, TX. The vast landscape comes a diversity of habitats and a rich population of native wildlife. Desert big horn sheep permits are given each year by Texas Parks and Wildlife to hunt the sustainable population of the Desert Big Horn Sheep.
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$59,619,780  •  120,444 acres
$117,432,900
Dagger Flats Ranch has a variety of habitats and improvements. The headquarters is an elaborate assemblage of homes, barns, and building all looking north at the beautiful mountains on the ranch. The ranch has a live water section of San Francisco Creek that is cottonwood lined for over five miles. The ranch is a working cattle and hunting ranch with Elk, Mule deer Desert Big Horn Sheep habitats as well as the availability of permits by TPWD.
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$55,122,120  •  102,078 acres
$99,526,050
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.
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$20,170,800  •  34,480 acres
$33,618,000
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.
Contact for Price  •  24,633 acres
One of the largest ranch property offerings available in California, Elliott Land and Cattle ranchlands stretch contiguously from the north fork of the Kaweah River westward through stunning scenery and mountainous grazing land to the rolling country of it’s western border along highway 245.
$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.
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$14,761,430  •  19,814 acres
$19,318,650
Tesnus Ranch is a cattle and hunting recreation ranch with an amazing amount of seclusion framed between towering mountains all within diverse low, mid to high desert habitats. An excellent all-weather caliche road provides access into the ranch where near the entrance there is a very nice modern 3-bedroom 2-bath Headquarters home.
$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.
$14,000,000  •  13,796 acres
Spanning 13,796± deeded acres, Patmos Ranch occupies a dramatic swathe of land dedicated to ranching, hunting, and conservation in eastern Utah. Located about 140 miles southeast of Salt Lake City near Price, Utah, this ranch lies among the eastern Book Cliffs Mountain Range, with views of Bruin Point and the entire Castle Valley. The rugged terrain creates a thriving natural habitat for big game and upland birds, as well as multiple recreational opportunities. Elevations on the ranch range from 6,410 feet near the town of Sunnyside, Utah, to heights of over 10,000 feet at the summit of Bruin Point. The ranch features incredible variation in topography and vegetation, with lower-lying cottonwoods and oaks giving way to cedar, pine, and aspen as the elevation climbs upward. Castle Valley spreads out to the west and south to include San Rafael Swell, Goblin Valley State Park, Huntington, and Millsite State Parks. Boundless recreational opportunities include hiking, biking, four-wheeling, camping, fishing, and hunting. Numerous dinosaur sites, museums, ancient Native American rock art, railroad and mining history, and ghost towns provide a playground for historians. During the winter months, the property’s high elevation and surrounding areas are ideal for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Operated as a Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit with an additional 6,100± contiguous acres, the property is professionally managed for elk, mule deer, black bear, and mountain lion, providing owners with private tags and extended seasons. Patmos Ranch has the potential to pasture 100 to 300 cow-calf pairs in the summer months, which provides another draw when it comes to improving the big game habitat. There are vast opportunities for adding structural improvements on the land. The current ownership has identified 12 eligible lodging sites, six of which are large tracts near the road with spectacular views. County roads provide access to a portion of the ranch, while private dirt roads create access throughout the property. The seller is implementing a wildlife habitat and grazing resource improvement program through the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS). What’s more, there are options for carbon tax-generating programs, and the entire property lies in an Economic Opportunity Zone with enormous tax benefits and designations available for conservation easements. Patmos Ranch offers a rare chance to own an enormous expanse of land with extraordinary hunting opportunities that cater to a conservation-minded buyer.
$30,000,000  •  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
$35,000,000  •  12,035 acres
Framed by the majestic peaks of the Wind River Mountain range, the Bar Cross Ranch operates on over 30,000 acres. Located in Sublette County, just 13 miles north of Pinedale and 60 miles south of Jackson Hole, the ranch is comprised of 12,035± essentially contiguous deeded acres. The Bar Cross is one of Wyoming’s historic reputation ranches offering the highly sought-after balance of a robust and productive cattle operation, world-class fishing and hunting, and direct “out the gate” access to millions of acres in the adjacent Bridger Teton National Forest and Bridger Wilderness. Rich in water resources, there are two and a half miles of New Fork River frontage offering true blue ribbon quality trout fishing, around eight miles of Willow Creek, a quarter-mile of frontage on Willow Lake, and numerous ponds throughout, including a 40± acre lake. Historically run as a balanced cow/calf operation, the ranch has transitioned into a yearling operation in recent years. In 2021 which was one of the driest years ever recorded, the ranch ran 2,300 yearlings on the deeded acreage, the three contiguous U. S. Forest Service permits, one BLM lease, and two state leases. As part of the Upper Green River Watershed, abundant and senior water rights provide for the 2,000± acres of irrigated and sub-irrigated meadows. The turn-key ranch improvements, located at the ranch headquarters along the banks of the New Fork River, include the four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath owner’s home and bunkhouse, both of which were completely renovated in 2019 to a very high standard by architects that specialize in the renovation of historic buildings. Other improvements at this site and at the Willow Creek site include a ranch manager’s home and additional bunkhouse, foreman’s house, two barns, large and small shops, and numerous outbuildings. Virtually every building on the ranch, including most of the livestock infrastructure such as fences and corrals, has been renovated in the last five years to an exacting standard. In summary, this is a ranch that is completely ready for a new owner to move into with no fear of deferred maintenance and an outstanding management team in place. The Facts: ~ ACREAGE: Approximately 12,000 deeded acres. Property Taxes in 2021 were $25,369. ~ LEASES: There are three U.S. Forest Service grazing permits, a BLM lease, and two state leases that add approximately 20,000 acres to the grazing base. ~ OPERATION: Historically run as a year-round cow/calf operation, currently managed as a yearling operation running 2,300 head in 2021. ~ LOCATION: Cora, Wyoming - 13 miles north of Pinedale and 60 miles south of Jackson Hole ~ HISTORY: Homesteaded in the early 20th century, the Bar Cross brand has over 100 years of history and will stay with the ranch. ~ CONSERVATION EASEMENT: Approximately 5,000 acres of the ranch is under conservation easement with the Jackson Hole Land Trust. The easement allows for further subdivision of this parcel into five 1,000-acre ranch tracts. The balance of the ranch is completely unencumbered. ~ FISHERY: Approximately 2.5 miles of blue ribbon trout water on the New Fork River, one of the finest brown trout fisheries in the State of Wyoming. ~ ADDITIONAL WATER: Around eight miles of Willow Creek and a quarter-mile of frontage on Willow Lake. Numerous ponds including a 40± acre lake. ~ PUBLIC LANDS ACCESS: Substantial forest and public lands boundary with impressive views of the Wind River Mountain range, including Gannet Peak, the tallest peak in Wyoming. ~ HUNTING: Landowner tags for elk, mule deer, and antelope. ~ WILDLIFE: Abundant wildlife on the ranch including big game species such as elk, deer, and moose. Sandhill cranes, trumpeter swans, waterfowl, sage grouse, and numerous birds of prey species reside on the ranch at various times of the year. Black bears, grizzly bears, mountain lions, and wolves can also be seen on the ranch at times. ~ WATER RIGHTS: Excellent senior water rights on 2,000± irrigated acres, part of the Upper Green River Watershed. ~ RECENT IMPROVEMENTS: Significant investments have recently been made to the irrigation infrastructure via three new headgates, extensive ditch maintenance, and new control structures. Over 100 miles of fenced pasture with approximately 60 percent being converted into wildlife-friendly fencing over the last five years. New corrals and working pens were completed in 2019, allowing for centralized loading and shipping. ~ OWNER'S IMPROVEMENTS: Main residence is a historic ranch set along the banks of the New Fork River with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, completely renovated in 2019. Adjacent to the owner’s residence is a charming bunkhouse which was also restored in 2019. ~ OTHER IMPROVEMENTS: A manager’s home and bunkhouse, both renovated in 2018, two barns, large and small shops, numerous other outbuildings, and an outdoor riding arena with a round pen. ~ AIR SERVICE: Commercial air service in Jackson Hole, Ralph Wenz Field FBO and its 8,900 x 100 foot paved runway is just 15 miles from the ranch.
$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.
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$22,000,000  •  10,955 acres
The highly improved 4M Ranch is a world unto itself with an incredible suite of world class improvements including a 5,000 ft paved runway, crushed rock roads, headquarters complex, and set out miles away on a limestone perch sits a truly remarkable 10,000 sq/ft home with infinity pool peering down at the 4 miles of Lower Pecos River frontage below.
$6,750,000  •  10,282 acres
Kimball Mountain Ranch is a 10,282± deeded acre mountain property located in the mesa country of western Colorado. This distinct holding is a contiguous block of unimproved land running nearly seven and a half miles in length and controlling nearly the entirety of Kimball Mountain. The ranch features a diverse blend of topography including lower valley benches with massive canyon walls and secluded timber valleys that rise to a long mesa bisected by a series of open parks and rolling ridges. While views of the property itself are striking, the countless vistas from the top are dramatic – one can gaze down upon valley floors and across to surrounding canyons and mountaintops. Kimball Mountain sits between two of western Colorado’s most notable hunting ranches and is home to trophy mule deer and elk, as well as healthy populations of Merriam’s turkey, grouse, and black bear. The diverse habitat also insures healthy populations of raptors, songbirds, and a host of other wildlife. As a result of the unfortunate 2020 Pine Gulch Fire, portions of the acreage including the steep north slope were burned while others remained relatively untouched. Ownership took immediate action to protect the property through mitigation efforts including aerial seeding. This proactive approach resulted in diversified forage composition, good regrowth of forbs and grasses, curbed woody shrub encroachment, increased carbon sequestration, and improved hydrology. In short, Kimball Mountain and its wildlife have responded favorably to the burn and subsequent remediation. The pricing model incorporates the impacts of the fire and provides the opportunity to acquire a significant land holding at an attractive price point. Kimball Mountain Ranch is ideal for those seeking an investment opportunity with strong recreational benefits. Kimball Mountain Ranch is located in western Garfield County between the town of Rifle and the city of Grand Junction. Year-round access is provided by a paved and maintained county road just 13 miles north of Interstate Highway 70 and the historic ranching community of De Beque. Driving time to Grand Junction and the Grand Junction Regional Airport and FBO is an hour. The town of Rifle and the Rifle FBO is a 45-minute drive from the ranch. Vail, Beaver Creek, and Aspen are all within two hours of the ranch, with Denver about three and a half hours to the east.
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$2,995,650  •  9,510 acres
$3,185,850
Cooks Creek Ranch is scenic with tremendous views down into Indian Creek and Cook Creek with rolling hills and limestone cliff canyon banks. Water on the ranch is distributed in a variety of wells, pipelines, water storage, and water troughs. Recent use and management have been focused on improving and growing both mule deer and whitetail deer populations. The population is about 50/50 for these two deer types and some of the best Blue Quail hunting in Texas.
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$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 currently generate net payments of over one million dollars annually. The Facts: ~ Includes seller mineral rights that net approximately $100,000 in 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
$19,500,000  •  9,173.93 acres
Located mere minutes from Deer Lodge, MT, but a world away from the hustle of modern life sits Burnt Hollow Ranch, a legacy holding if there ever was one. Spanning nearly 9,200 acres, the ranch occupies two counties with rich topographical diversity rarely found on the market today. From the verdant irrigated bottom ground near the ranch headquarters to the forested ridges and knobs, to the wide-open grassland benches, it’s easy to lose oneself inside a property that, quite literally, spans for miles. Currently run as a cattle ranch with top-shelf residential amenities, the setting and operational components make Burnt Hollow Ranch ideal for both the experienced operator and ambitious hobbyist looking to dive headfirst into the western ranch lifestyle. Perched on a hillside above the operational hub is a masterpiece 8,774 square foot owner’s residence. The three-bedroom, five-bathroom home offers every modern amenity with expansive great room, bar, office, master suite, pool, attached garage, and detached four-bay shop with oversize 12-foot doors. In addition to the owner’s residence is a 4,186 square foot three-bedroom, four-bathroom guest home offering stunning views of the Deer Lodge Valley and Flint Mountain Range beyond. There are several additional residences for employees and guests, and two off-grid remote cabins, one newly completed. Operationally, the ranch offers 200± acres of irrigated hay ground with 60± acres under pivot and both wheel line and flood watering the remainder. There are thousands of acres of fenced pasture complete with cross-fencing and water dispersed throughout the ranch. The main headquarters is tidy, functional, and complete, offering shops, equipment sheds, calving barns, a ranch office, working corrals, and squeeze chutes. In addition to the deeded ground, there are several state and forest service grazing leases totaling 4,800± acres and nearly 500 AUMs. While the operational and residential improvements are notable, what sets Burnt Hollow Ranch apart is its vast and diverse topography and overall aesthetic. Flanking the east side of the Deer Lodge Valley in the shadows of the Continental Divide, Peterson Creek runs through a low rift providing a protected basin for ranch operations. The rift gives way to gently sloping hillsides to a vast bench that spans for miles bordering the US Forest Service for 7.75 miles. The open pastures to the north eventually give way to forested hillsides to the south and east covered in mixed coniferous forests and healthy aspen stands surrounding grassy meadows. Elk, deer, bear, and a variety of other game and non-game species are abundant on the ranch and in the vast stretches of adjacent public ground. Located in HD 215, over-the-counter tags are available and permits have a fairly high success rate. This is a unique holding offering an expansive, diverse, and private setting yet is exceptionally close to modern amenities and some of the best recreation Montana has to offer. Truly a western playground with unmatched comfort, operational efficiency, and western ambiance, Burnt Hollow Ranch is ready for new stewards to carry its legacy forward.
$8,150,000  •  9,068 acres
The Terry Ranch, a short distance west of the high bridge over Amistad Reservoir, is located in an area full of Texas History and the remnants of the indigenous people that once called this unique region home. The terrain offers everything from gently rolling desert hills to widespread bottoms along Evans Creek and dramatic draws leading to the Amistad Reservoir. The ranchs diverse topography and habitat provide many opportunities for both the recreational end user or working rancher alike. LOCATION The Terry Ranch is split by US Highway 90 just 15 miles northwest of Del Rio, Texas and 13 miles southeast of Comstock, Texas. The ranch has approximately 7.5 miles of US Highway 90 frontage and approximately 3.5 miles of Spur 406 frontage. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The landscape consists of a mixture of Edwards Plateau, Chihuahuan Desert and Tamaulipan brushland providing mixed habitat and rangeland for wildlife and livestock alike. This area of Texas has historically been home to extensive sheep operations. The Terry Ranch continues to support a proactive agricultural operation but also benefits from the healthy populations of wildlife. Evans Creek traverses the west side of ranch for about 6.5 miles providing riparian habitat with thermal cover, high nutritional native browse, seasonal watering holes all benefitting the wildlife. The east side of the ranch consist of tributaries of Evans Creek, a portion of California Creek and multiple other drainages providing browse and cover for the wildlife. The mixture of the three converging eco-regions provide the habitat with flora like sotol & ocotillo, hackberry & persimmon, black brush, white brush and juniper, as well as mesquite woodlands representing a melting pot of habitats. To the southwest, across the Rio Grande River, the view is a stunning panorama of the Sierra Madre Oriental Mountains in Mexico. These mountain views fill your view shed as you traverse the ranch. WILDLIFE The native browse, grasses, forbs and succulents provide excellent forage for the wildlife species as well as livestock. Native game species found on the ranch include white-tailed deer, blue quail, bobwhite quail, Rio Grande Turkey, and dove. As for really interesting non-game species seen in the area, there are species like golden eagles, Mexican black bear, mountain lion, Texas horned lizard, grey fox and many migratory songbirds. IMPROVEMENTS On the east side of the ranch, off of Spur 406, is the headquarters dating back to the early 1900s. There is a unique rock house with an adjacent quarters. The ranch is divided into 9 pastures ranging from small to very large in size with a main set of working pens on the west side of the ranch. Back when TxDot built Hwy. 90, the current owners family negotiated the placement of a stock underpass or tunnel to move livestock from one side of Hwy. 90 to the other. WATER The Terry Ranch has an extensive water distribution system from the 7 water wells located across the ranch. The additional incorporation of large storage pilas, poly pipe and numerous water troughs provides exceptional ranch wide distribution of water resources for wildlife, livestock and domestic use. The ranch is equipped with 3 electric submersible water wells, 1 solar well and 3 windmills (the condition of 1 windmill in unknown). In addition, there are three ponds and 6.5 miles of wet weather Evans Creek that collects seasonal watering holes during years with average rain fall. ELECTRICITY Both sides of the ranch have many miles of electric service lines. Please see map for approximate locations. MINERALS A portion of Sellers owned minerals, if any, are negotiable. In addition, portions of the ranch may have State Classified Minerals and any rights associated with those State Classified Minerals will convey to the Buyer. AREA HISTORY Research was conducted back in the 1930s, in the pre-Amistad days, to salvage prehistoric artifacts such as fiber sandals, baskets, twine nets, atlatls and even rabbit fur robes! The prehistoric people of the lower Pecos canyon lands were viewed as a static and primitive culture that lived here over 9,000 years ago. Now many of these shelters are submerged by the lake. However, you can still find artifacts and spectacular rock art on the walls of the rock shelters found in the region. AMISTAD RESERVIOR The southeastern portion of the ranch has access to the Amistad National Recreation Area. This particular portion of the ranch is located where Evans Creek spills into the lake. The Amistad dam, named for the Spanish word for friendship, was constructed back in the late 1960s for the use of flood control, conservation, irrigation, power and recreation. The lake surface covers approximately 66,465 acres when full at its conservation pool elevation of 1,117 feet above mean sea level.
Contact for Price  •  8,600 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.
$5,552,000  •  6,417 acres
The ZX Ranch is located 10 miles west of Buffalo, South Dakota and consists of 6,537± acres and features native range with wooded draws, ample water, wildlife, and world class fossils. The ranch has a 350 head cow year-round capability.
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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.
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$3,283,009  •  6,253.35 acres
$3,745,757
Maravillas Creek Ranch has recently had a major overhaul of roads, fences, wells, water troughs, dams, tanks, and a new private building site up in the hills with electricity. The ranch terrain varies from a nice combination of overflow flats next to igneous rolling hills. The ranch is embedded in a landscape of public lands creating unlimited recreational opportunities right next door and just down the road. Big Bend National Park, Black Gap WMA and Big Bend State Park.
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$19,750,000  •  5,950 acres
With 5,950± deeded acres, the Escalante Ranch represents a rare opportunity for ownership/stewardship of a true legacy livestock operation, big game hunting ranch, and recreational and wildlife preserve here in Western Colorado. A true historic jewel situated between Grand Junction and Delta in the spectacular canyon country of the Uncompahgre Plateau. Escalante Ranch borders the beautiful Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area comprised of 210,172± acres of protected public lands and includes the 66,280-acre Dominguez Canyon Wilderness. Known for its breathtaking scenery, Dominguez-Escalante NCA is a fine example of the spectacular canyon country of the Uncompahgre Plateau. Red-rock canyons and sandstone bluffs hold geological and paleontological resources spanning 600 million years, as well as many cultural and historic sites. The Ute Tribes today consider these pinyon-juniper–covered lands an important connection to their ancestral past. The ranch lies 25 miles south of Grand Junction and 12 miles northwest of Delta, Colorado. Stretching from the Gunnison River to the top of the Uncompahgre Plateau, it covers approximately 5,950± deeded acres and over 100,000± acres of BLM and National Forest grazing allotments. This contiguous block of land is approximately 6 miles wide and 30 miles long, with the elevation ranging from 4,600 feet along the Gunnison River in the lower elevations with beautiful mesa benches, red-rock canyons, and sandstone bluffs and then work their way up to the higher alpine elevations of over 9,200feet of the Uncompahgre Plateau with its gorgeous alpine setting of aspen, pine, oaks, and pristine mountain meadows. The change in elevation makes for unusually dry mild winters down in the lower elevations where the ranch headquarters are located and cooler moist summers in the higher alpine country. It is the ideal home and livestock setup for a 1,400 head cow-calf operation with both BLM and NF grazing allotments. With 100,000± acres of BLM and National Forest livestock grazing permits of which these permits are contiguous to the 5,950± deeded acres which gives this legacy ranch approximately 105,950± acres or 165± square miles of Deeded, BLM, and National Forest lands. The ranch (known as the Musser Ranch for the last 100 years) was amassed by the Musser brothers, Jack & Tom, and their father over the last 100 years. The Musser brothers were known for their promotion and sale of Beefmaster cattle. The ranch changed ownership in 1990 when purchased by Dick Miller, an east slope farmer whose family still actively manages the ranch and their farming operations today. The ranch (known as the Musser Ranch for the last 100 years) was amassed by the Musser brothers, Jack & Tom, and their father over the last 100 years. The Musser brothers were known for their promotion and sale of Beefmaster cattle. The ranch changed ownership in 1990 when purchased by Dick Miller, an east slope farmer whose family still actively manages the ranch and their farming operations today. HUNTING: The Escalante Ranch provides non-guided Big Game hunts in Unit 62 on the Uncompahgre Plateau with approximately 5,950± acres of private land owned by the ranch, along with 100,000± acres of adjoining BLM and NF lands. In addition to having complete access to private land holdings within the National Forest and BLM, the ranch will provide cabins or the main ranch house as accommodations for your hunting party. GMU 62 has in recent years become quite renowned for producing trophy bull elk in the 340” class and larger, with several 360” - 370” plus bulls having been harvested. Unit 62 has over the counter bull elk tags for archery and two rifle seasons, except for muzzleloader and 1st rifle seasons, which are typically easy to draw. Mule deer numbers for Unit 62 are somewhat down, but the genetics are there for big muley bucks, with exceptional bucks in the 170” to 200” plus class taken each year. Deer tags for Unit 62 are on a total draw system but fairly easy to draw. Escalante Ranch does receive several landowner buck tags each year through the Landowner Preference Program as well. Escalante Ranch is home to the largest herd of Desert Bighorn sheep in Colorado. Other hunting opportunities include: desert bighorn sheep, black bear, lion, turkey, small game, waterfowl, chukar, and quail. Don't forget the fishing, kayaking, rafting, and camping opportunities with 10± miles of Escalante Creek and 8± miles of the Gunnison River traversing through the deeded lands. WATER RIGHTS: There is an extensive list of deeded water rights for irrigation purposes, numerous springs, storage ponds, and reservoirs. The ranch currently irrigates approximately 900± acres for both hay production and pasture.