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$223,822,592  •  335,952 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.
$31,700,000  •  25,756 acres
Notably, one of the best grass ranches to hit the market in South Dakota. Formally known as the 777 Bison Ranch, it is a well-blocked, mostly all-deeded offering. Expanding across over 26,000 acres just south of Rapid City and near the Black Hills. The Dakota Partnership Ranch lacks nothing from an operational standpoint and has high-quality yet practical improvements. A first-class owner's residence overlooks the long valley that makes up the heart of the ranch. Additionally, two manager/employee compounds are strategically located at both ends of the ranch, on the west and east. The ranch has been carefully handled and managed holistically, being a recipient of numerous conservation awards. The ranch is a cross-section of well-sodded plains and just enough “Badlands” to give the property a wild feel and be aesthetically pleasing. Currently stocked with 1,800 bison, the ranch is well-fenced, adequately watered, and operated efficiently. Designed and built to handle bison, the ranch should be an easy and smooth transition to a cattle operation if one is inclined. In the center of the ranch is a large, 160-plus acre top reservoir that provides recreation and a potential supply of irrigation water. The ranch is fenced into approximately 20 pastures, with water supplied in the form of natural springs, reservoirs, and developed water tanks supplied by two municipal water lines that run through the ranch. The huge expansion of land and diverse topography hosts a variety of wildlife, including deer, antelope, and plenty of upland birds. The Facts: ~ Approximately 26,276 total acres, with 26,756± deeded acres and 520± state lease acres. ~ 540± acres under appropriated water rights with potential for hay production. ~ Over ten miles of Dry Creek run through the heart of the ranch. An intermittent stream provides natural springs and ponds for the length of the ranch. ~ Large 160-plus acre top reservoir in the center of the ranch. Provides an ample water source for fishing, boating, and water for irrigation. ~ Recipient of lifetime conservation awards from the Audubon Society and Natural Resources Defense Council(NRDC). ~ Long sweeping views of Mount Rushmore and the Black Hills. ~ 20 plus improved livestock water tanks and over a dozen quality spring-fed reservoirs. ~ Good population of mule deer, whitetail, antelope, turkey, waterfowl, and upland birds. ~ Exceptional, state-of-the-art pens and corral system with hydraulic chute. ~ The ranch is currently stocked with 1,800 bison. ~ Three separate homes, strategically placed on both ends of the ranch. ~ Beautiful log constructed, owner's residence, privately but centrally located on the ranch, five bedrooms, five baths. Bunk room with four single beds, attached garage, and separate, three-door, six-car garage/heated shop. ~ A newer employee home built in 2015 on the west end of the ranch. Equipped with three bedrooms, three baths, and a heated, attached garage. ~ Another employee compound, newly remodeled in 2014, with three beds, three baths, a heated garage, shops, barns, and dry storage. ~ State-of-the-art pens and corral, with well-functioning tub and hydraulic chute, scales, and loading ramp. Large assortment of pens for holding and feeding livestock.
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$21,000,000  •  24,108 acres
$25,000,000
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.
$32,500,000  •  16,910.37 acres
An Unparalleled Investment Opportunity Priced at $32,500,000, the DLX Ranch represents a rare opportunity to own a substantial and ongoing concern in the agricultural heartland of Oregon. The sale also includes options for acquiring livestock and rolling stock by separate treaty, providing a complete solution for immediate operational takeover. This first-time offering of the DLX Ranch invites discerning buyers to establish their presence in a locale renowned for its agricultural heritage and scenic beauty. We invite you to explore how the DLX Ranch can become the cornerstone of your agricultural investment portfolio and a home to generations.
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$1,550,000  •  15,000 acres
$1,650,000
Elk Creek Ranch is a shared ownership property where each member owns an individual lot within the ranch in addition to common ownership of the entire ranch. Listings are for individual lots which carry an appurtenant membership to the ranch.
$13,414,350  •  14,502 acres
Comprised of some of the most well cared for acreage in Far West Texas.  Sweeping vistas, plateaus, mountains and canyons, abundant grass and water. This is Chihuahuan Desert hunting land at its best and a nature lover’s dream. This ranch has it all. 60 miles south of Marfa.
$19,599,000  •  12,061 acres
The MV2 Ranch is arguably one of the finest quail and wildlife ranches in the country. This is the place where range conditions, mother nature, and true land stewardship have come into remarkable alignment creating an ideal ranch and recreational mecca for the true sportsman – an offering on the market that represents a very rare opportunity. The property was once part of the famed 67,000-acre Mesa Vista Ranch, and is home to some of the greatest native bobwhite quail in Texas. This northeastern Panhandle ranch has more than sufficient water to continue to support a healthy bird and wildlife population, with one main feature being a 7-mile water line that runs 24/7 with sprinkler heads every 1,000 feet. Quail are the focus, yet the ranch also boasts a very healthy herd of mule and whitetail deer as well! LOCATION The ranch is located in west central Roberts County, about 25 miles north of Pampa, about 50 miles north of I-40, and it is west of Canadian. Access to the property is via county-maintained Reynolds Ranch Road, which stretches roughly 3.5 miles north from Highway 70 and leads into the south entry of the ranch. This road also serves as access for the Mesa Vista Ranch Club, and it is highly improved. A second access route from Highway 70 is further north to enter the ranch on its east side. Pampa hotels and the 5,800’ airstrip are 15 minutes from the ranch. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The MV2 Ranch is a native grass ranch with the predominant species being buffalo grass, bluestem, gramagrass and Indiangrass. It also has significant areas of rabbitbrush, chickasaw plum, ragweed, and other grasses that have been infused into the ecosystem over the years. Soil types are primarily fine sandy loams. Two-track roads meander all throughout the ranch to access the entire property and have been maintained and shredded for ease of travel. Cattle have not been on the vast majority of this ranch for at least 18 years. WILDLIFE Approximately 30 years ago Boone Pickens started a vision of creating the worlds greatest quail hunting, and this ranch is a key segment of that storied land holding. Because of the historical, expansive care and management of the quail and range conditions this remains one of the best wild quail habitats. A fall 2023 game survey by one of Texas top wildlife biologists, resulted in an impressive flushing of over 130 coveys! The very diverse landscape of natural habitat is also home to whitetail deer, mule deer, antelope, blue quail, and doves. 200+/- quail feeders and 5 600lb protein/corn feeders also supplement the wildlife. IMPROVEMENTS There are about 30 miles of good fences, about 1/3 of which has been built within the last 3 years. This allows for smart pasture rotation should the next owner decide to bring cattle back into the ranch, which has not been done in 18 years. A two-bedroom house is currently being remodeled at the headquarters area overlooking a beautiful lake and quiet setting. Ask broker for more details. WATER The focal point of the ranch water system on top of the Ogallala aquifer is the 4-inch waterline that runs approximately 7 miles along the Dry Creek area of the ranch. This is an incredible and diverse topographical area for the ranch that runs north to south from one end of the ranch to the other. A sprinkler head every 1,000 feet provides moisture and water for quail and wildlife all year long and this runs off of a water well on the south end of the ranch. Roberts County receives 23 inches of rain, on average, per year, and 13 inches of snow per year. Approximately 10 water wells. The ranch is allowed for up to 50 additional water wells throughout the ranch to provide additional water for wildlife and livestock (up to 17gpm). Natural stock ponds, potholes, and pools. 12 fallow pivot fields. Full details on all water can be provided by Broker. MINERALS There is production on the ranch with about 6 well site locations. Minerals are not being offered with this sale, but a small portion of the mineral estate may be available with an acceptable contract. Ask broker for more details. This ranch is being co-marketed with Mark McMillan.
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$60,000,000  •  11,300 acres
The Double Heart Ranch offers an unparalleled blend of natural beauty, recreational activities and operational excellence on 11,300 +/- deeded acres in the Gunnison Valley. Unlike many mountain retreats in Colorado, the Double Heart Ranch is a fully functional livestock operation supporting an estimated 1,000 animal units and a hay base producing 2,500 tons of hay annually. The improvements on the ranch are truly remarkable and include a lodge designed to sleep over 20 guests, three additional guest houses in private locations, and five manager’s houses across the ranch. The Double Heart Ranch boasts thriving wildlife populations and outstanding fishing in over five miles of Tomichi Creek. The landscape of the ranch is truly diverse with expansive meadows and riparian corridors in the lower elevations, sagebrush rangeland for grazing and timbered and aspen-covered mountain pastures. The varied topography supports a diverse habitat ideal for both agricultural production and recreation. The property adjoins national forest and connects to thousands of acres of state and BLM for endless recreational opportunities. The ranch is located near the vibrant mountain towns of Gunnison and Crested Butte, which offer convenient commercial air service, local dining, shopping, and community services, as well as access to a renowned ski area. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a multifaceted ranch with impressive improvements, hay production, incredible live water and fishing, excellent wildlife habitat, and a productive agricultural operation.
$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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$28,500,000  •  9,286 acres
$29,000,000
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
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$10,495,000  •  7,986 acres
$11,500,000
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***
$4,250,000  •  7,557 acres
Two Forks Ranch is an expansive, undeveloped grazing and wildlife property located in the foothills of the Pioneer Mountains, 45 miles east of the airport in Hailey. Spanning 7,557± contiguous, deeded acres, the ranch features diverse foothills and canyons, several creeks, numerous springs, sub-irrigated meadows, aspen and chokecherry stands, and plentiful wildlife, including elk, mule deer, antelope, moose, upland game birds, and a multitude of non-game species. Given its size, the ranch qualifies for two landowner appreciation tags for controlled big game hunts in coveted unit 49. The mainstem of Fish Creek flows through the property for a half-mile amidst a vibrant riparian corridor and is the source for two water rights to irrigate up to 45 acres. The ranch offers excellent grazing resources and, together with an associated Bureau of Land Management (BLM) grazing permit and state of Idaho grazing lease, is managed for spring and summer livestock use. Adjoining federal and state lands and other private ranch holdings, Two Forks Ranch is part of a large, undeveloped landscape that features exceptional public lands and over 95,000 acres of conserved private lands. Just north of the ranch is BLM’s Friedman Creek Wilderness Study Area with access to thousands of acres of lightly used, wilderness-quality backcountry. Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve (jointly managed by the National Park Service and BLM) lies a short distance southeast of the property and encompasses ancient lava flows and over 400 square miles of protected sagebrush steppe grasslands. A series of conservation easements cover the ranch and allow for a broad set of agricultural, recreational, and residential uses. The Facts: ~7,557± deeded, undeveloped acres ~45 miles from the airport in Hailey and 15 miles from Carey ~Surrounded by high quality federal and state lands and other undeveloped private ranches ~Managed for spring and summer grazing in conjunction with a BLM grazing permit and state grazing lease ~Accessible year-round from Fish Creek Road, with power to the property ~Wildlife includes elk, mule deer, antelope, moose, sage grouse, chukar, and gray partridge ~Qualifies for up to two landowner appreciation permits for controlled hunts in Idaho hunt unit 49 ~Conservation easements in place to preserve the property’s open space features, grazing resources, and wildlife values ~Elevation ranges from approximately 5,400 feet to 7,200 feet ~Annual property taxes are approximately $3,325
$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
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31 miles south of Marfa on paved Casa Piedra Road past the Alamito Creek bridge onto a private deeded easement road to the front gate of El Cañón Ranch. Comprised of 7,076± acres of vistas, plateaus, mountains, canyons, igneous outcrops, and sweeping grasslands making for excellent hunting opportunities. The seller will convey 50% of minerals owned. Seller’s cousin owns the Pascasio Ranch to the west which is also being marketed by King Land & Water.
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$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.
$4,625,000  •  5,700 acres
The Two Furrow Ranch has not changed hands in over a half-century. That ownership continuum reflects well in the fine condition of the ranch and the improvements. The developed stock water, which consists of five wells, five miles of pipeline, and 15 tanks, should be considered well-located, well-built, and well-cared for. The ranch sits astride the boundary between the Langs Fork of Big Dry Creek and Duck Creek, which feeds into Little Dry Creek. Most of the ranch is considered a gently rolling country with sandier soils on the south end and more clay to the north. Much of the farmland has been seeded to permanent pasture, but there is farmland on the south end that is currently in a crop/fallow rotation and utilized for producing winter forage. There are flood-irrigated meadows in the northwest part of the ranch that have been seeded to annual forage crops and put up for hay. Consider average yields in the one-and-a-half to two tons per acre on these meadows, depending on water availability. Historically, dryland winter wheat yields an average of about 40 bushels per acre. The ranch is estimated to carry 2,400± AUMs of grazing plus what winter forage can be put up on the dryland and irrigated fields. If one were to feed for four months and graze for eight months, the ranch would come close to balancing at nearly 300 Animal Units. The Two Furrow Ranch is one of those ranches that may come on the market every couple of generations, a buy-and-hold ranch if there ever was one. The Facts: ~5,700± deeded acres ~2,460± acres of BLM lease ~640± acres of state lease ~Water features include nearly five miles of pipelines that service 15 stock ponds, over 25 reservoirs, and five producing wells piped into tanks ~Langs Fork of Big Dry Creek runs through almost the entire ranch ~Carrying capacity of 250 to 300 cow/calf pairs ~Very well-kept 1,200± square foot home built in 1990 with a detached garage ~Full complement of agricultural buildings, including grain storage, multiple shops, and sheds ~Hunting on the ranch includes mule deer, pronghorn antelope, sharp-tails, and Hungarian partridge
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$8,268,000  •  5,512 acres
$14,000,000
The Spaeth Ranch is comprised of 6,472± total acres not only overlooking the city of Gillette but also connected to the city limits of Gillette with approximately 480 acres interior to the city Limits. Being inside the city limits gives access to city utilities, including but not limited to gas, electric, water, and sewer. Gillette is the third largest city in Wyoming by population. It offers all major conveniences and a large variety of name brand restaurants and services, as well as commercial air service. The well-blocked ranch includes 5,512± deeded acres, 820 acres of State of Wyoming grazing lease and 140 acres of BLM lease. The majority of the ranch consists of a rolling and broken topography ideal for cattle grazing, along with 80± acres of sub-irrigated hayfields. The north end of the property connects to Highway 51 as one of three of the ranch's main access points. The southern portions of the ranch are accessed by well-maintained graveled Union Chapel County Road. Lastly, the farthest west side of the ranch is accessed from paved Southern Drive, also a well-maintained county road. The majority of the ranch encompasses rolling grass hills in all directions, with livestock water wells throughout and Donkey Creek, a live water source that runs year-round along the northern boundary. Donkey Creek provides a water source for livestock and is a draw for wildlife which, of course, enhances the big game and upland bird hunting. The ranch boasts healthy populations of big game, including mule deer, whitetail deer, and antelope. The hilltops offer distant views of the Bighorn Mountain range just 50 minutes to the west towering over the town of Buffalo, Wyoming. Anchoring the ranch and contributing to its long term value is its connection to the thriving economy of Gillette. Having some acreage within the city limits assures that any long term development potential will be realized. One unique feature of Gillette is that the primary water source providing its residents their water is a large well into the prolific water-producing Madison formation to the northeast of town that is piped to the city. The ranch’s improvements are modest and include multiple older outbuildings and a main home appropriate for year-round living and ranch management. The corrals are a mixture of wood and pipe construction and are in good working condition equipped with livestock water. Overall, the ranch is well-watered with livestock tanks offering multiple access points to fresh water for all wildlife and livestock. The Facts: ~ Adjacent to Gillette with 480± acres inside the city limits ~ Commercial air service to Denver three times daily ~ Excellent long term development potential ~ Excellent grazing for livestock ~ Multiple fresh water sources ~ Excellent big game and bird hunting ~ Multiple outbuildings (managers home, barns, and corrals) ~ Easy access from multiple county roads and state highway ~ Excellent operating grass ranch in the city limits of Gillette
$4,500,000  •  5,308 acres
Rarely does a mountain property with the scale, beauty, and diversity of Iron Mine Ranch become available for purchase this close to Sun Valley. Lying along the southern flank of the Pioneer Mountains 50 miles from the airport in Hailey, the property is a virtually untouched wildlife and recreational paradise, with verdant meadows, forested hillsides, and several stunning wild canyons where five creeks join to form Fish Creek. The ranch encompasses 5,308± deeded acres and includes three parcels surrounded by the Salmon-Challis National Forest totaling 160± acres. Collectively referred to as Sandy’s Meadows, these parcels lie just north of the main ranch at the headwaters of Trail Creek and represent the splendor of the Pioneer Mountains high country. An additional 160± acre tract adjoining Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land lies south of the main ranch within the East Fork Fish Creek drainage. The ranch is undeveloped but offers numerous secluded, off-grid building sites with expansive views of the surrounding Pioneers landscape. Encompassing the ranch are miles of largely roadless, wilderness-quality public lands offering solitude, endless recreation, and plentiful wildlife, including elk, mule deer, antelope, moose, upland game birds, and a host of non-game species. Given its size, the ranch qualifies for two landowner appreciation permits for controlled big game hunts in highly coveted unit 49. In addition, the ranch offers excellent summer grazing resources for cattle and sheep and includes two adjoining BLM sheep grazing permits and two state of Idaho sheep grazing leases. Iron Mine Ranch is part of a large, undeveloped landscape with exceptional public lands and over 95,000 acres of conserved private lands. A series of conservation easements cover the ranch and allow for a broad set of agricultural, recreational, and residential uses. The Facts: ~ 5,308± deeded acres ~ 50 miles from the airport in Hailey and 20 miles from Carey ~ Diverse terrain with elevations ranging from approximately 5,960 feet to 8,000 feet ~ Features a mosaic of creeks, meadows, springs, beaver marshes, and stands of aspen and Douglas fir ~ Undeveloped with excellent off-grid building sites and panoramic mountain views ~ Unlimited recreation, including hiking, hunting, horseback riding, and backcountry skiing ~ Bordered by high-quality federal and state lands and private ranches covered by conservation easements ~ Wildlife includes elk, mule deer, antelope, moose, chukar, gray partridge, forest grouse, and sage grouse ~ Utilized for summer grazing in conjunction with two associated BLM sheep allotments ~ Qualifies for up to two landowner appreciation permits for controlled hunts in Idaho unit 49 ~ Conservation easements are in place to preserve the property’s open space features, grazing resources, and wildlife values. ~ Seasonally accessible via Fish Creek Road ~ Annual property taxes are approximately $2,430
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$2,960,640  •  5,165.5 acres
$3,089,364
Welcome to the Desert Oasis Hunting and Cattle Ranch in west Texas which is located just west of the Pandale crossing near the Pecos River in Val Verde County, Texas. This large west Texas ranch has been in one family for generations.  It has been well managed and ranched for the duration of the family's ownership.  This ranch's best and highest use is hunting and recreation and has everything you need.  It is well watered, has great access, can be purchased in smaller pieces, and is well electrified.  The ranch even has a resident couple that lives near the ranch who has cared for everything and are available to work for the new owners if so desired. They take care of everything from repairs to filling feeders to cleaning house and guiding hunts.  They know the ranch like the back of their hand and are very handy to have at the ranch.   This ranch has been surveyed and consists of 2 pastures and 2 traps with a water well and 3 drinkers in the north pasture and a water well and two drinkers in the south pasture. The traps are watered from the north pasture well. The wells are around 500' deep and the groundwater is accessible, prolific, and is high quality, being part of the Edwards-Trinity or Plateau Aquifer. There are several dirt tanks that hold water, as well, providing plentiful water for livestock and wildlife.  Electricity can be scarce in this part of the country but not on this ranch.  There is electricity provided to many locations of the ranch bringing power to the wells and the residences which consist of the main headquarters home, water wells and a hunting cabin. The ranch foreman lives on his own piece of ground right off of the county road.   The ranch has great access from Fielder Draw road, which is a well-maintained county road.  The road system across the entire ranch is good.  You can access just about any part of the ranch in a pickup. Fielder Draw road runs through the middle of the ranch and out the west side. There is a landing strip at the headquarters and another just east of the ranch on the county road for the convenience of flying in. The north pasture and traps or the south pasture could be purchased separately if so desired.  Please call for additional maps and pricing for smaller parcel options.   The topography of this ranch is diverse, attracting many species of wildlife. The elevation change is not too drastic and has a gentle slope from oak-filled draws that run when it rains to outcroppings of rock and caves up in the canyons.  There is about a 60' difference between the draws and the hilltops.  In the draws, the elevation is approximately 1980' and on the mesa elevations are around 2040'.  So far this year, there have been 6 mountain lions killed on the ranch.  Other wildlife includes black bears, bobcats, coyotes, javelina hogs, bobwhite and blue quail, whitetail deer, mule deer, and plenty of varmints. The Pecos River crossing is just a few miles down Fielder Draw road in Pandale.  The Pandale Resort offers lodging, fishing, and kayaking on the Pecos River, and Lake Amistad, Texas' most beautiful trophy fishing lake, is nearby.  Other nearby attractions include Seminole Canyon state park and the Devil's River.    Val Verde County, TX Hunting & Recreational Land For Sale The ranch capacity is greater than expected with the amount of browse and grasses produced.  Historically it has supported one animal unit per 35 acres.  There are two sets of pens and the water lots have traps around them to make gathering livestock easy. The fences are also good as they keep sheep and cows inside. Many varieties of browse and grasses grow here.  In the draws, there are many mature live oaks mots and thick, strong grasses such as side oats grama, hairy grama, blue grama, and more.  There are also very good weeds such as tallow weed among other healthy weeds.  In the flats is a good variety of browse such as Sage, Elbow bush, Acacia, Algerita, Mesquite, Persimmon, Sumac, and more.  Desert ornamentals include Ocotillo, Sotol, Yucca, Spanish Dagger, Guajillo, and Barrel cactus. There are several dirt tanks on this ranch that hold water.    The headquarters is located on the north side of the ranch.  At the headquarters, there are working pens, traps, a hunting cabin, barns, sheds, and a swimming tank.  The above-ground swimming tank has a deck with shade and is located north of the main house in a separate trap. The swimming and fishing tank is stocked with perch for catching bait for Pecos river trot lining.   Several outbuildings and a workshop accompany the main headquarters along with a large set of working pens and a landing strip.  The main house is spacious and comfortable.  It has beautiful saltillo tile, a fenced yard with shade trees, and large rooms.  The main ranch house sleeps 15 plus people and the hunter's cabin will sleep, 10 people.  Most furniture and appliances will stay with the homes.  The roofs were recently replaced on the barn and headquarters home.     Broad tops with big valleys create a combination of easily accessible gentle land with deeper soil and the limestone bluffs, rim country, steep hills, and canyon heads creating a diversity of habitats. This is a working ranch with exceptional hunting. It's also loaded with canyons, mountains, caves, and excellent vegetation cover making this an explorer's dream. It has been well managed for decades and is known for its combination of native grass, shrubs, and trees.  This is the Western Edwards Plateau transitioning into the Chihuahuan Desert, a convergence of two biologically distinct eco-regions in Texas. The ranch is the perfect combination of topography, vegetation, accessibility, scenery, history, and beauty. From Yucca and Sotol to Hackberry and Mesquite woodlands, to Persimmon and Juniper, the ranch represents a crossroads of diversity. The property's browse and grasslands are in great condition, a result of responsible grazing methods. Native grasses, forbs, browse, brush, cacti and trees not only provide excellent habitat for game species such as deer, turkey, quail, and dove, but also for non-game species such as Texas horned lizard, songbirds, fox, ringtail, lions, bears, and many other animals. Mule deer and Whitetail deer populations on the ranch are good. There are also many exotics that roam this area including elk, blackbuck, red deer, and axis.  Wing shooting opportunities for blue quail, Bob White and Morning dove are also good. The ranch is divided into upper mesa land and lower valley/canyon land. This is a fun recreational ranch that offers something for everyone.  Explore the rock cliffs and caves for Indian artifacts, visit Pandale crossing and kayak the Pecos which is just minutes away, go mountain lion hunting, deer hunting, or night calling, go boating and trophy fishing on Lake Amistad and study the cave paintings and dinosaur tracks at Seminole Canyon.  Most of all, enjoy the peace, beauty, and quiet of the west Texas desert.  Call Mike Dolan for more information at 325-450-2550 or Michelle Rushing, Broker at 325-234-3077.   DISCLAIMER: All property information contained herein is furnished by the owner, or from sources deemed reliable to the best of their knowledge. 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$4,800,000  •  5,078 acres
- Dependable irrigation water from Unity Reservoir - Quality, practical, improvements - Contiguous ranch that allows ‘out the gate’ turnout to spring and summer pastures - Self-sustaining, puts up enough hay to feed cattle throughout the winter - Alfalfa fields attract deer and elk resulting in quality hunting opportunities - Borders national forest land allowing for limitless recreational opportunities
$23,750,000  •  4,850 acres
The ranch has stunning improvements and nearly 3.5 miles of shared boundary with Routt National Forest, allowing for direct access to hundreds of thousands of acres of public lands and endless recreational opportunities.
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