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$15,157,886  •  19,814 acres
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.
$38,000,000  •  14,753 acres
La Panza Ranch is a 14,750±- acre ranch in San Luis Obispo County, California. La Panza represents a unique opportunity to acquire a turn-key, multifaceted holding, that includes an active cattle and agricultural operation, an expansive family compound of the highest quality, 280-acres of high density olive plantings, pastures, plantings of alfalfa and hay with abundant grazing. The acquisition includes all farm improvements, a state-of-the art olive oil mill, farm implements, inventory, all furnishings and personal property as well as the highly regarded La Panza Olive Oil brand. In an uncertain world, La Panza represents a private retreat and a step back into its rich history as part of Old California. The property and operation is private, secure and essentially self-contained in a bucolic setting with abundant wildlife, dramatic landscape and views in every direction, yet with all modern amenities. So important in California, having over 50 wells, natural springs and 3 reservoirs, water is abundant at La Panza. All of this, yet well located along State Highway 58 with a less than one-hour drive to San Luis Obisbo and Morro Bay and less than two-hours to Bakersfields, both having municipal airports. La Panza also has its own helipad and area for a private air strip. *Co-Listed with CBRE*
$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.
$7,000,000  •  12,073 acres
Beautiful Cattle Ranch located in the Lush Wolf Mountains. Rich soils and abundant water provide for highly productive dryland grass for healthy livestock.
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$6,300,000  •  12,000 acres
$7,500,000
The Farmer Ranch is one of the original farming operations developed in the Van Horn area is now a working cattle and hunting ranch set within the vast scenic landscape of far-west Texas. The majority of the ranch consists of gently rolling high-desert grasslands, draws and flats with spectacular views of the towering area mountains, providing for excellent hunting opportunities.
$10,000,000  •  10,005.4 acres
The 10,005- acre Hoff Ranch features oak grasslands and plentiful country for cattle grazing and recreational activities. The ranch sits at approximately 250-1500 foot elevation. It has varied terrain from the rolling hills covered in oak trees to the flat pasture lands. Hoff Ranch is located about 37 miles west of Red Bluff, CA, and approximately 154 miles from Sacramento, CA. The ranch is nicely water by ponds and a seasonal and blue line creek. Cattle are brought in early December and taken out on the first of June, running 550-700 cows for the season. This is high-value grazing land that could also serve as an outdoor getaway for hunting, fishing, horseback riding, and hiking activities. There is an off-grid manufactured home with a metal roof, barns, corrals, & solar. This is an excellent opportunity for a classic winter grazing ranch or a sportsman's retreat. In the Williamson Act. Hoff Ranch is contiguous with 4,194 +/- acre Hunter Ranch.
$9,950,000  •  8,200 acres
The Suckla Ranch is a true cowboy cattle operation ranch. Located in Disappointment Valley in Southwest Colorado, about 65 miles from Telluride, Colorado. The ranch is strategically placed throughout its 8,200± deeded acres and its 81,133± leased acres of forest service and BLM land, making for a highly successful operation. The ranch holds the sole permits on the forest service and BLM acreage, which is a rarity and asset to the ranch operations. The ranch’s vast acreage is made up of various topographies giving way to good winter and summer operating climates. It is approximately 15 miles from the winter camp in Disappointment Valley to the summer camp on the Glades, San Juan National Forest. The cattle are trailed to summer and winter range but never leave the ranch property, so no trucking is ever needed. The operations of the ranch have been skillfully thought out, leading to 60 years of good ranching. The calves are processed on the winter range when they come off the summer permit then weighed on the ranch scales and shipped out or weaned. If you choose to wean the calves there is a weaning fence between the fields, creating less stress on the calves. The ranch can be run by two good hands and occasional day help, making the cost per head much lower than most ranching operations. The corral work is done at a central location from branding in the spring to weighing and shipping calves in the fall. The acreage includes some irrigated land. The irrigated land surrounding the corrals is critical in this operation. The water comes from Disappointment Creek and is good until early July, giving the ranch one cutting of hay, approximately 300 round bales, and good pasture for the fall. The ranch is comprised of enough acreage that you never have to feed cows as there is enough pasture to graze. Improvements are spread throughout the ranch and leased acreage. The headquarters is in the valley, consisting of a 2,808± square foot ranch house, full RV hookup, 30 x 40 Quonset Shop, 40 x 50 workshop, 84 x 90 combination hay shed – equipment shed – calving stall – tack room, a full set of working corrals, and a pond filled with a good working well. At the working facilities for cattle and the hay fields, improvements in place are a 12 x 20 workers cabin/cook shack, certified set of scales, hydraulic chute, and calf table. In the mountain section of the ranch is a line camp with a 12 x 20 cabin. On the forest permit section of the ranch, where summer operations take place is a 1,326± square foot cabin, and the cabin is privately owned. Additionally, there is a bunkhouse, tack shed, and corrals. Other than the incredible cattle operation of the ranch that is already in place, the ranch offers other opportunities for growth and development. Located in Game Management Units 70 & 711, the ranch has a multitude of wildlife including mule deer, elk, bears, mountain lions, antelope, mountain sheep, and turkey. It also has bald eagles and wild horses for great viewing experiences. Giving way to other income operations such as hunting and recreational ventures. Recreational opportunities around the ranch are plentiful. The Dolores River is nearby, Telluride is 65 miles away with festivals in the summer and world-class skiing in the winter, Canyonlands National Park is not far for hours of hiking and ATVing. The sweet spot of the ranch is the very private setting, a cowboy way of life. Call M4 Ranch Group today for your private showing.
$5,877,900  •  7,837 acres
The Lazy H Ranch is a very rare offering of size, adventure, and an incredible & genuine West Texas cattle operation. This sanctuary from the outside world is approximately 30 miles from Midland, TX which provides friends and family the seclusion and tranquility beneath the beautiful West Texas skies while providing convenience and accessibility to the Tall City as well as the smaller local communities; such as, Andrews, TX. The amazing 12-section ranch is in the Heart of the Grasslands of West Texas. There has been no grazing of any kind for the last few years. The Lazy H Ranch is in excellent condition, being fenced and cross-fenced. All fences are in good condition at about 70%. Pastures are watered by windmills and concrete storage tank for ground troughs. Contact Broker, Caleb Matott at 432-349-3330 for your private showing. • No Cattle for the last several years • Big Grasses *Side-Oates Grama, Buffalo-grass, & Kleingrass • 4 windmills, 2 of them being submersibles • 8 water wells • Ranch House is gutted & ready for renovation • Old style cinder block horse barn and pipe corrals • This area is worldwide known for its Mule deer *Blue Quail, Dove, & Predators  • Easy access off HWY 181 (Oil field ranch roads throughout the ranch) • Above average fencing over most of the ranch. Barbwire fenced & cross fenced.   
$5,750,000  •  7,317 acres
The Beaver Creek Ranch is situated 8 miles South of Baker City in Northeast Oregon. This is the first time offering of this ranch and it is priced to sell. The Ranch is balanced with over 260 acres of irrigated hay and pasture featuring good full season water and approximately 1.5 miles of the Powder River running through the ranch. The ranch runs South with native range pasture into a small amount of scattered timber on the upper end of the ranch. The owner has spent considerable effort establishing good stock water in the various pastures. Interior cross fencing and perimeter fencing is in great condition. Improvements include a nice home, barns, outbuildings, good corrals and livestock handling facilities; all of which are in great shape. If you are looking for a ranch that offers good production with ease of management, this is it. Whether it is a cow/calf, yearling or a combination, the ranch offers that kind of flexibility. It has hunting and fishing, all of which could be further developed should one desire. We are very pleased to present this ranch. At a time when nearly all properties are obscenely over priced, this one is not. Please give us a call for further information. $6,000,000. Price Reduced to $5,750,000. **There is an additional 1,992+/- acre pasture that is nearby, offering good spring, summer or fall grazing; you can drive the cattle to and from the main ranch priced separately at $1,095,842. Properties priced together at $6,750,000.
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$7,500,000  •  5,727 acres
$9,000,000
Originally established as a Cattle Ranch in 1884, Piceance Creek Ranch is a productive cattle operation as well as a premier hunting ranch consisting of 5727 +/- deeded acres along with a BLM grazing allotment and private grazing/hunting lease. The ranch encompasses over 20,000 contiguous acres. Owner rated at 350-400 cows year round while maintaining good wildlife wildlife habitat. Deeded water rights irrigate approximately 224 acres of hay meadows. Piceance creek runs through the ranch for over 4 miles along with numerous ponds, springs and wells. Elevation varies from 6600 ft 8500 ft making this ranch a Sportsman's Paradise as well as a high quality cattle ranch. Improvement's include a 3131 sq/ft log Main house, newly added on to tenant house, guest cabin, two shop's, corrals, and numerous outbuildings typical of a working ranch. There is a cow camp/hunting lodge on the south end of the ranch aprox 10 miles from the headquarters. Carrying capacity of the ranch is owner rated at 350-400 cows year round while still maintaining quality wildlife habitat. The location of the ranch is 30 miles NW of Rifle, Co. and 35 miles SW of Meeker, Co. Located in both Rio Blanco and Garfield counties. GMU 22
$16,800,000  •  5,498 acres
Consisting of 35 Highly productive quarters spread over 23 miles. There are 5498 acres of deep fertile soils that provide the foundation for excellent level dryland crops. The entire operation is managed from an impressive headquarters in western Nebraska.
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$9,175,000  •  5,200 acres
The historic Wildcat Mountain Ranch provides some of the most scenic views in West Texas. It is high fenced for game management purposes, and is an extremely balanced combination hunting, cattle, family or corporate recreational property. There is an abundance of wildlife, including a highly managed trophy whitetail deer and quail program, Turkey, Dove, Hogs and Javelina. The ranch is also home to 3 Exotic species, Including Axis deer, Blackbuck, and Fallow deer. Formally part of the historic 200,000 Acre L.B. Harris ranch, it was the route of the Butterfield Stagecoach which carried mail from St. Louis to California. There are several Calvary lookout points on the ranch which were used to protect the stage from the Comanches, who used the area for their hunting grounds. The ranch has many improvements including a 6,800 SF hunting lodge, equipment barns, processing facility, and storage barns. In addition, there are 3.5 miles of all-weather caliche roads, 26 miles of high fence, 2 lakes as well as stock tanks, 16 +/- miles of interior fence, and multiple food plots, game feeders, and hunting blinds. The current owners retained a wildlife biologist in 1995 and began a strict game management plan designed by Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Rolling Plains Quail Research Institute. The ranch has been awarded the State of Texas Game Management Certificate and is under the MLD program, which allows for an extended deer hunting season. Wildcat Mountain Ranch has received additional awards from Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Rolling Plains Quail Research Institute for its outstanding management practices and habitat management. Currently, the ranch has 5-6 Windmill units on the back portion of the ranch that produce a substantial income.
$3,073,496  •  5,165.5 acres
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. It is not guaranteed, and United Country M&M Ranch Land Investments, LLC makes no representation, guarantee, or warranty, expressed or implied; nor do we assume any legal liability for its accuracy. All offerings are subject to changes in price, errors, omissions, prior sales, and/or withdrawal without notice. Purchaser is solely responsible for verification and all necessary due diligence that may be necessary or required for the purchaser's intended use of the subject property. In accordance with the law, all properties are offered without regard to race, color, gender, creed, national origin, familial status, or handicap. NOTE: The square footage of home and buildings, lot sizes, acreage size, and all property dimensions are approximate; subject to verification by the purchaser, and/or new survey. Notice to buyers representatives: When buying farm & ranch land or investment property the buyer's agent, if applicable, must be identified on the first contact and must be present at the initial showing of the property listing to the prospective real estate investor in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of United Country Real estate.  
$11,400,000  •  3,781.14 acres
Under Contract
North Mountain Ranch is 3,778.49± deeded acres located in San Miguel County, 31± miles west of Telluride and 12± miles southwest of Norwood, Colorado, and sits near the north boundary of the Mckenna Peak Wilderness Area. Located in GMU 70, North Mountain Ranch may be one of the strongest elk hunting ranches M4 Ranch Group has had the opportunity to market. The unit is comprised of 871,086 acres of which are 30% private, 70% public, 16% USFS, 49% BLM, and 5% state lands. The ranch qualifies and is in the landowner participation program. The ranch’s large tract of deeded acres is fronted by Dry Creek State Wildlife Area, totaling over 2,220± acres. The ranch is not under conservation easement, though it is fronted by lands that are protected from future development being under conservation easements. North Mountain Ranch is home to 9 distinct drainages, numerous ponds, and lakes. There is a spectacular variety of terrain and fauna, from the cool wetland bottoms to the lush aspen forest, and protein-rich oak brush all make this ranch the perfect home to very large numbers of elk. There are substantial elk populations that reside on the ranch throughout the summer and fall months. Offering year-round access with size, terrain, and habitat as well as an exceptional hunting lodge with 4-bedrooms 3-bathrooms, built-in 2016 coupled with a 36’X45’ equipment accessories barn, equipped with a walk-in cooler. While the ranch has direct electricity, it is greatly enhanced with a new substantial solar system and a 1,500-gallon spring-fed cistern with direct gravity feed water pressurizing the home to 40 psi with no pumps. Recreational access to Southwest Colorado out of North Mountain Ranch is exceptional. There are miles of 4wd trails into the San Juan National Forest, and outstanding fishing for Rainbow, Cutbows, Browns, and Snake River Cutthroat trout, as well as an exceptional Colorado Crawfish population, can be found in the neighboring 405± acres of Miramonte Reservoir. Just a short drive from the ranch is Telluride, Colorado. Telluride Ski Resort has been a top-ranking ski destination in North America for many years. Along with its outstanding skiing is the quaint town itself with great restaurants and shops. Telluride is a year-round destination with festivals and events throughout the year.
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$7,900,000  •  3,775 acres
$8,900,000
Spectacular views of the Sierras, combined with a private and tranquil valley that literally runs for miles, Eshom Valley Ranch is a unique 3775 +/- acre property situated between the approaches to both Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Ranch base elevation is roughly 3,500 feet above sea level. Located in Tulare county, once you cross over the cattle guards, pass by the irrigated pastures and horse barn, and cross the year-round creek, the inviting white fencing leads you to the Homestead compound. Situated close to the entrance and two-story red barn, is the ranch manager’s home and garden. Just beyond the barn, which dates back to the 1800’s, are the quaint one-bed, one-bath guest cottages. Further up and at the end of the driveway is the two-bed, two bath main home featuring a beautiful wrap-around porch, vintage kitchen appliances, an indoor/outdoor fireplace, and large living room. All of the homestead structures have all been impeccably maintained and embody the essence of true midcentury ranch-style. For over fifty years, the property has been used by the family as premier seasonal cattle grazing land, a private family retreat and recreational property. The ranch features almost 7 linear miles of valley floor for rotational pasture grazing with well-maintained fencing and cross-fencing throughout. The miles of established roads and trails makes checking on cattle easy. The recently refurbished working cattle corrals include multiple sorting pens, a loading chute, and squeeze that are conveniently located just off Eshom Valley Drive for easy loading and unloading. It is the only set of corrals in the vicinity. Eshom Valley Ranch provides excellent recreational opportunities, and offers many pursuits for hunting and fishing enthusiasts. There are turkey, deer, boar, quail, coyotes and brown bear. The gently-sloped landscape is covered in ancient valley oaks set among flat to rolling pastures. There are several lakes fed by year-round running Eshom Creek. Blue gill and bass can be fished from the lakes. Property Highlights: • 22 total parcels, nearly 7 linear miles of valley floor and pasture • 8 parcels are enrolled in the Williamson Act • 1 domestic well on electricity and 3 Ag wells on solar • 3 lakes: Cemetery Lake, Big Lake and Carpenter Lake • Year-round Eshom Creek • Working cattle corrals complete with squeeze and loading chute • Cattle lease in place - run approx. 400 pregnant cows from May - August • Miles of fencing and established ranch roads • One main home with garage, guest house and caretaker unit • Historic barns throughout including two-story red horse barn built in the 1800’s
$17,000,000  •  3,600 acres
New Ranch to the market! 5th generation family ranch now being offered by Eagle Land! Just 16 miles outside of Glenwood Springs and 6 miles from the charming town of New Castle is this 3,600-acres lush, irrigated ranch. This ranch includes a large private irrigation lake with 1,175-acre feet of water feeding 880 irrigated acres with a pressurized sprinkler system. Rolling hills with drainages filled with deer, herds of elk, turkeys and bears. Up to 360 class bulls are harvested yearly on this spectacular ranch. This is a must see ranch in Western Colorado!
$4,300,000  •  3,249.11 acres
Rock House Ranch is in the southwest corner of Colorado close to the rural community of Cahone, Colorado. Cortez is 25 miles to the south, providing amenities of shopping, restaurants, a hospital, and a regional airport. This part of Colorado is known for its vast Native American history. Many of the surrounding lands contain remnants of past Native American cultures living throughout the land centuries ago. Rock House Ranch is no exception to this, the 3,249.11± acres holds beauty from the past and opportunities for the future. Still standing on the ranch today is a historic stone house used as a stagecoach stop. The ranch is vacant land except for a hay storage barn, has a seasonal spring (not currently filed on), mostly fenced with 3 strand barbwire, and roads throughout the ranch. The ranch has grazing and hunting opportunities. Elevations on the ranch range from 6,400 feet to 6,600 feet, and the southwest corner of the ranch borders public land. Topographies vary from flat dry land to canyons of pinons, sagebrush, natural grass meadows, and beautiful rock formations. Rock House Ranch is Game Management Unit 72. On the higher end of successful mule deer hunts in Colorado, Unit 72 boasts a certain exclusivity since the percentage of public land available for hunting is less than 30 percent. Mule deer tags are reserved for buck hunting only and are valid for Units 72 and 73. Nestled in the southwestern corner of Colorado, bounded on the west by the Utah border and on the south by the New Mexico border, Unit 72 is a hunting destination that can be taken on by any hunter. Being that the physical demands of this unit are not the most extreme, Unit 72 provides an enjoyable hunting experience for those that may not be able to maneuver the rugged areas. However, the unit does have its more challenging areas for those that are seeking out that kind of hunt. Public land hunting is limited to the Canyon of the Ancients National Monument, which is in the northern half of the unit. The Southern Ute Indian Reservation comprises the majority of the southern portion of the unit and prohibits hunting. The ranch is surrounded by many different types of activities and agriculture. To the north is Dove Creek, Colorado known as “one of the pinto bean capitals of the world”. Further to the west is Utah, with Canyonlands National Park. To the south of the ranch are many archaeological sites to explore, with the most famous being Mesa Verde National Park. With the central location to many activities and hunting, put this ranch on your must-see list.
$3,995,000  •  3,174.78 acres
Central Colorado Hunting and Recreational Ranch at its finest with nearly 7 miles of trout stream, abounding buffalo herds, and snow-capped peaks. As the buffalo roll across the tundra for miles, everywhere you turn is a million-dollar view. It does not matter if you are an avid sportsman, or rancher, this ranch has opportunities for all. The 3,174.78± deeded acres and additional 486± land-locked state lease acres are an outdoorsman's paradise with over 7 miles of live water making this one of the best fishing havens in Central Colorado. The South Fork South Platte River is a tributary of the South Platte River, approximately 45 miles long. It is located near the headwaters of the South Platte in Park County, Colorado, and drains part of the intermontane grassland basin of South Park. It forms the South Platte by its confluence with the Middle Fork of the South Platte River in southern South Park. The ranch has excellent perimeter fencing with cross fencing. The ranch has roads built throughout the borders of the property, making access throughout the ranch easy and assessable. The mixture between the buffalo herds, the significant elk migration, breathtaking views, and miles of trout stream provide the name Little Yellowstone Ranch. Located in game management unit 50, this unit is well known for producing quality elk with the genetics and phenomenal feed that property and area offers and the solitude to grow mature bulls. The ranch qualifies for several landowner tags. Do not underestimate the trophy potential of the Mule deer and pronghorn antelope either, this ranch has it all! Other species found on the ranch include elk, mule deer, bobcats, mountain lion and waterfowl from various types of ducks and geese. Fishing on Little Yellowstone Ranch encompasses over 4 miles of the South Fork South Platte and roughly 3 miles of 4 Mile Creek running through the ranch. There will be no running out of fishing spots on the ranch and filling your soul with that much-needed TUG therapy; fish species include Brook, Rainbow, and Brown Trout. Improvements on the ranch include a 2,064± square foot newly remodeled farmhouse with large, covered porches, 740± square foot detached garage, 622± square foot guest cabin, 540± square foot guest cabin, several historical barns, and state of the art working facility for Buffalo. Located 17 miles from downtown Fairplay, Colorado, this 3,174.78± acre ranch is in the heart of everything recreation from ATVing, snowmobiling, bike riding, and "Monarch Ski Area” close by. The ranch is just under a two-hour drive to Colorado Springs or Denver. Fairplay offers a wide array of amenities, including restaurants, retail shopping, hardware stores, hotels, event center, museums, and libraries. Little Yellowstone Ranch provides an untouched combination of recreational opportunities, ranching legacy, and quality improvements that are unmatched anywhere. Call M4 Ranch Group for a tour of this magnificent property.
$14,950,000  •  2,937 acres
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Far from the displeasing crowds and noise, safely situated at the base of southwest Montana’s majestic Beaverhead Mountain Range and the famed Continental Divide, JY Bagby Ranch encompasses 2,937± acres of deeded land adjoining the Beaverhead National Forest in the historic Big Hole Valley of Montana. Surrounded by dramatic vistas of the Beaverhead, Pintlar and Pioneer Mountain Ranges, the Ranch is located near the small ranching town of Jackson and the historic ghost town of Bannock – both notable sites in Montana’s early history.
$5,400,000  •  2,701 acres
Under Contract
It’s all about land and cattle. Imagine 2,701 deeded acres consisting of six non-contiguous parcels starting at the south east corner of the fertile Fall River Valley, where the 1,073 acre Ranch Headquarters is located. This section of the ranch has 588 acres under production plus 80 acres of irrigated pasture. 7 barns, 4 feed lots, shop, 4 homes and additional buildings. Beaver Creek runs through the ranch providing water to fill 2 reservoirs for irrigation purposes as well as recreational use. One ag well tied together with creek water via an underground mainline system. In works. In addition to the cows, the owners have around 200 sheep. The ranch runs about 400-500 cows year-round with a BLM/USFS grazing permit. The Round Barn Ranch section includes 1,028 acres, beautiful sub-irrigated meadow and spring fed pond take in about 80 acres. This section ties in nicely with the permit area. The remaining 600+ acres are also within the permit area, and, are a crucial part to how the leased land The Ranch is in the Williamson Act PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: Cattle Operation: The owners have released 320 mother cows and 164 calves onto the lease for the 2020 season, the remaining 156 cows will calve in the next month. The approximate 60,000 acre BLM/Forest Service lease is a huge part of the operation. The combined lease is for 500 cow calf outfit, from April to November and the entire area is fenced. The permit ground dates are BLM beginning 4/15 to 6/01, then onto the Forest Service from 6/01 to 10/15, then back onto the BLM lease from 10/16 to 11/15. There are several sub irrigated meadows through the lease as well as springs and ponds for stock water. The simplicity of releasing the cows onto the lease is a major factor to the working dynamics of the ranch. A gate! Simply open the gate to the bordering BLM lands. The cows come home the same way. In addition, there is a small fenced lease area to the west of the ranch, which can handle 50 cows for a few months. About 25 head remain on the ranch in the pasture area, and, are moved around as needed. The ranch has had up to 500 sheep. The sheep operation takes in about 27 acres. Large sheep barn has 8064 sf. under roof, a lambing barn, several sheep sheds and a wool shed. Headquarters: The main ranch house sits on the banks of the pond, surrounded by mature trees and green lawns. Offering 2754 sf of living space with 4 bedrooms and 3 baths. Country kitchen opens to family room. Formal dining room, living room, small office and sunroom. Alongside the home is a rec-room with storage area, plus a meat processing room with cold storage. Grandma’s House also enjoys a view of the pond with 2,064 sf. including 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Attached 1 car garage and fenced in yard. Rental home is 1020 sf. with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath and the caretakers single wide MFH has 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. In addition, there is a large metal shop with several bays, the main area has concrete floor and is well equipped for mechanical use. The large working corrals have a covered squeeze chute, a loading chute and certified scales. The 11,200 sf. pole barn has feed racks on both sides and can hold up to 500 ton. There is a charming old barn which holds up to 200 ton of sale hay. The 4 feed-lot barns are identical with feed racks on two sides and can hold 250 ton. Several other outbuildings as you would typically find on a working ranch. The owners have been replacing some of the fencing with steel posts and H braces, as well as new wire. The 588 acres of farm ground consists of 460 acres irrigated with wheel-lines and flood. 54 acres sub irrigated hay, and 74 acres dry land grain. Producing enough hay to feed the cows through the winter months, with extra premium hay to sell. The remaining ground is creek, ponds, grazing and infrastructure. Water: The ranch has both surface and ground water. The ranch has established 1886 water rights for 1,440 miner’s inches of water from Beaver Creek and appropriative water right to store water for 200 acre feet a year in the 2 reservoirs. There is a pump in each reservoir to distribute water back into the underground mainline. The Beaver Creek diversion dam allows the ranch to divert water by gravity flow through mainline to the ponds and irrigation system. The ag well produces about 1,000 GPM and is also typed into the underground mainline system. Round Barn Ranch section is named for the historical Round Barn that was built in the early 1800, the barn has been removed and donated to the local museum. The ranch is located about 6 miles from the Headquarters. It’s partially fenced, has a panel corral and several springs. There is a gravel pit on the hillside with road access. This is one of the first places the cows go when released on the lease and usually gather here in the fall. The remaining 4 parcels are Compton Springs, 120 acres just south of the Headquarters, has a spring the feeds Beaver Creek and is fully fenced but lays outside the grazing permit. The 160 acre Dam Site is on Beaver Creek and was the proposed site of a dam which never came to fruition. Wilson Springs, 160 acres about 9 miles southeast of the Headquarters with some spring development for livestock water. The Homestead parcel is also 160 acres bordering the state game refuge and near the Beaver Creek wetlands. The sub irrigated meadow is fenced. This parcel is about 12 miles for the Ranch Headquarters. The recreational and hunting opportunities are endless. The abundant wildlife include deer, antelope, bear, quail, waterfowl and more. Bass fish in the ponds as well as canoeing, swimming and floating. The ranch qualifies for 2 land owner deer tags and is located in the X4 deer zone. The views from Ranch Headquarters are amazing including Mt. Shasta and valley. This is a unique opportunity to own a full working ranch, a recreational ranch and stunning landscape.
Contact for Price  •  2,596 acres
2596 ± Acres 6,500± sq/ft lodge 2,600± sq/ft owner’s home High-fenced & cross-fenced 2 Barns, horse stables, workshop 14 Acres of deer pens Game cleaning area with walk-in cooler 3 Wells & 10 fishing ponds Intensely managed Whitetail herd & exotics
$11,250,000  •  2,554 acres
7 D Ranch Hidden away in the heart of the Texas Hill Country with dramatic views of San Saba County is found the 1277 +/- acre 7D ranch where hunting, entertaining and ranching are the preferred way of life. This is an exceptional opportunity for a trophy Hill Country ranch with four large-fenced pastures that are watered via the 18+ surface water stock tanks, and county water throughout. For the avid hunter and outdoor sportsman, it is home to trophy deer, turkey, quail, hogs, and varmints. The ranch is TPWD Level III MLD and has a game fenced perimeter of 80% of the ranch. The deer have been managed for over 20 years, which makes for some impressive bucks. For the cattleman there is also an interior trap connected by a fenced lane all the way to the welded pipe working pens. Fencing is in good to excellent condition throughout the ranch. All of this combined with the stunning lodge makes the 7D a very special opportunity. Improvements: Built to the owner’s specifications in 2014, the 5,475 square foot ranch house is sited upon the highest point on the ranch with big views that are typically hard to find. Being of custom timber frame construction, the two-story ranch house has 3 bedrooms and 3 baths with a downstairs master, as well two half baths. It can sleep a dozen or more comfortably. No expense was spared in constructing this impressive home with white oak floors and trim all finished by hand. Everything from the cabinets to the fixtures are custom, and the rooms, closets and bathrooms are all large enough for a corporate style Lodge. Exterior of the home, porches, pool deck and the main ranch entry are all built with native stone from the ranch. Outdoor living at the ranch was carefully thought out and designed perfectly for entertaining large groups. There are several thousand feet of wrap around porches, perfect for enjoying the scenery and wildlife, a flagstone patio with an in-ground pool that overlooks the entire ranch. Ancillary structures include an oversized 2 car detached carport and a smoke house with BBQ pits that rival Coopers BBQ in Llano. Included in the offering is a large 4,000 square foot pole barn for equipment storage, ten custom-built 2 person insulated deer stands that are 66’ tall on steel stands along with 18-1,000 lb. feeders, a walk-in deer cooler, covered cleaning area and a 3,000 square foot insulated shop on a slab. Habitat & Topography: Exceptionally scenic Hill Country, the topography consists of plateaus combined with rolling post oak draws and drainages, mesquite-treed pastures, and native grasses beneficial to both cattle and wildlife. The elevation ranges from 1,330 feet to 1,484 feet above sea level. The 7D Ranch has 5 plateaus that create drainages and multiple large rock bottom creeks and hardwood draws throughout. The plateaus also provide stunning panoramic views overlooking the land. The property grasses are bluestem, windmill grass, switchgrass and side oats gramma. There are some areas of improved grasses and food plots for the game. Wildlife, Hunting: Teeming with wildlife; deer, turkey and quail appear to be in great condition with no active hunting leases in place. Drainages off the plateaus and 18+ stocked surface water tanks keep the game animals well-watered and challenge the angler. The MLD Level III managed native deer herd is only hunted by owners and friends. 20 years of managing the native herd with the ranch producing bucks in the high 150s and 160s B&C and a few 180s have been taken. Location: Situated on CR 117 northwest of San Saba and only a few minutes to groceries and shopping, a little over two and half hours from Fort Worth, four hours from Houston, 90 minutes from Austin and 45 minutes from Llano or Lampasas. Additional Information: The ranch can be purchased in two combinations, both with separate entrances off county roads. It can be purchased as the entire ranch and lodge, or just the East Division, which is 1,277 acres with no improvements other than fencing and a nice deer herd. Taxes: Ag exempt $21,208.45 Property rights: Owner has 100% of wind rights which will convey All owned mineral rights will convey with sale of ranch.
Contact for Price  •  2,500 acres
2500 ± Acres 3± Miles of Trinity River 4,920± sq/ft Main lodge 2,000± sq/ft Foreman’s quarters Numerous additional improvements Low fenced & cross fenced Natural Oxbow Lakes 3 Wells & electricity Incredible hunting & fishing possibilities