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$17,500,000  •  58,154 acres
Located in Northern California’s San Benito & Fresno Counties, Ashurst is just 60 miles from Hollister and a 100 miles from San Jose California. Encompassing a massive 27,944 deeded acres with a BLM allotment of 30,210 acres, this property is immense. The ranch supports 4,500 head and most recently, 5,100 head of mix cows and feeders. Headquarters include multiple homes, shops, barns, and livestock support equipment. Water throughout Ashurst comes from several ponds, some seasonal and spring fed. An extensive water system with storage tanks, troughs, springs and small wells, provide livestock and domestic water for the ranch. There are nine oil wells on the property providing oil well income. In addition to the cattle operation, the ranch has outstanding hunting with elk, pigs and deer. * Co-listed with Cushman & Wakefield*
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$19,000,000  •  34,665 acres
$21,000,000
This Ranch contains 34,665 +/- acres all in one block in one of the more reputed areas of Montana for cattle ranches. The ranch has unlimited natural protection with brushy coulees skirted with Chokecherry, Hawthorne, Pines, Cottonwoods, and Buffaloberry. McDonald Creek runs through the ranch for over 13 miles providing some of the finest bird hunting in Montana. The natural resources already in place provide the habitat for excellent bird hunting. A little fine tuning and the bird populations would be off the charts. Also not to be understated is the Big Game Hunting for Elk, Muleys, Whitetails, and Antelope. This is a well balanced and efficient cattle ranch with good water resources, well cared for pastures in good to excellent range condition, functional improvements, and good protection. The Ranch has over 10 miles of convenient highway with a beautiful back drop of McDonald Creek meadows and timbered ridges. This would make a superb Registered Cattle Ranch and is truly a rare opportunity to ac-quire one of the finer cattle ranches in Montana with over a hundred years of history.
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$25,000,000  •  26,600 acres
$31,000,000
Dean Witter's legacy ranch with 26,600 +/- acres and over 16 miles of Eel River frontage. Headquarters home with phenomenal river and panoramic views, a horse ranch, cow facilities handling 800 mother cows year around, many other homes and outbuildings and abundant wildlife.
$1,500,000  •  19,683 acres
This East Pines cattle and hunting ranch boasts 19,683 acres. 18,921 acres of BLM permitts. There are two Allotments. A summer allotment and a winter allotment. A turn of the century cabin nestled in a beautiful surrounding of pine trees, makes this the perfect cow camp or hunting camp sitting on 179 acres that is surrounded by BLM with corrals for all of your horses and cattle. Lower deeded ground has 423 acres. The big canyon deeded has 160 acres. Included in the sale are 154 head of cows and 8 bulls. This is a turn key operation. Perfect operation and location to run your cattle business and hunting. Has a small cow camp cabin.
$36,500,000  •  11,300 acres
White Pine Double Heart Ranch combines virtually every quality that one looks for in a mountain ranch. On the recreational side, it has outstanding wildlife viewing and big game hunting as well as nearly five miles of near blue ribbon quality fishing on Tomichi Creek. It also adjoins the national forest and ties together thousands of acres of leased public land. From the point of view of location, it is 26 miles east of Gunnison which offers a dynamic small Colorado mountain town plus commercial air service. The ranch is also an hours’ drive to Crested Butte which is a world-class destination ski resort and only ten miles from the Monarch ski area. Contrary to many mountain retreats in Colorado, it has a viable livestock operation estimated at 800 animal units which operates on 11,300± deeded acres and approximately 45,000 acres of state, BLM and USFS grazing leases and permits. Its land base offers an appealing mix of lush irrigated meadows with early water rights in excess of 100 CFS that produce around 2,500± tons of hay per year on 2,500± irrigated acres. Sagebrush uplands transition to timbered mountain pastures and heavily timbered areas at the upper elevations of the ranch. Improvements include a large lodge complex that sleeps up to 26 and offers the potential for a viable commercial guest/hunting operation or corporate retreat. It can also simply function as a base for a family. In addition, White Pine Double Heart has three “owner quality” homes, five manager and staff houses and good quality ranch operating facilities. The ranch controls 250 square miles with associated outfitting and guiding permits. The ranch also participates in Colorado’s Parks and Wildlife Landowner Preference Program (LLP) and is currently allocated 19 deer and 19 antelope tags. White Pine Double Heart Ranch is a scenic ranch with broad meadows and both open and timbered pastures. The towering Tomichi Dome rises right out of the middle of the property. In summary, this is a fully improved operating mountain ranch in a great location with a full complement of scenic and recreational amenities. The Facts: ~ 11,300± deeded acres ~ 45,000+ acres of state, BLM and national forest leased land ~ 26 miles east of Gunnison, CO and Gunnison–Crested Butte Regional Airport ~ Less than an hour to Crested Butte and 10 miles west of Monarch ski area ~ Direct access off Highway 50 ~ Exceptional 10,000+ square foot primary lodge can accommodate 26 guests comfortably ~ Eight additional homes, equipment shop, barn, and working facilities for livestock ~ Just over five miles of both banks of Tomichi Creek ~ Brown and rainbow trout fishery ~ Adjacent to the Gunnison National Forest, BLM and state land ~ Ranch surrounds iconic landmark of Tomichi Dome and is close to Fossil Ridge Wilderness Area ~ 2,500± Irrigated meadows ~ 2,500± tons of hay ~ 100 CFS of water rights ~ Currently running 800 cow/calf pairs ~ Abundant grazing land ~ Outstanding wildlife habitat ~ The ranch controls 250 square miles of rangeland and associated outfitting and guiding permits ~ Located in GMU 551 ~ Park and Wildlife Landowner Preference Program (LLP) allocates 19 deer and 19 antelope tags ~ Elk tag process changes annually ~ Elk, deer, bear, moose, antelope, mountain lion and a variety of small game animals and birds
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$4,500,000  •  11,000 acres
$4,900,000
Engdahl RanchThe Engdahl Ranch has been owned and operated by the Engdahl family for over 80 years. This productive and well-managed grass ranch includes 15,797± acres of which approximately 11,257 are deeded; the balance consists of 3,900± acres of BLM lease and 640± acres of state lease. The ranch is predominantly native range with approximately 1,300 acres of productive dryland farm ground. There are significant stands of pine in the most northern reaches of the ranch as well as several seasonal drainages. Good water, strong forage and thick cover are the key ingredients that make this both a great livestock ranch and an outstanding hunting property for deer and elk. The headquarters is located approximately 20 miles northwest of Jordan and has two well-cared-for homes, and ancillary support buildings for machinery and livestock.The Facts:15,790± total acres11,250± deeded acres4,500± BLM and State leases 1,300 acres of dryland farm ground20 miles northwest of Jordan, MontanaGood-quality improvements Strong year-round reservoirs Deer and elk hunting
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$19,000,000  •  10,598 acres
$22,000,000
Miller Lake RanchMiller Lake Ranch represents a unique opportunity to effectively own your own national park. This 10,000± acre alpine ranch includes the tops of two 10,000-foot-tall granite peaks and miles of the Continental Divide. Rock ridges loom 1,500 feet above the timber, lakes and creek of this dead-end mountain valley. Privacy is here in the extreme. Wolves, bears, elk, deer, sheep and moose all summer here. Cutthroat trout fill the lake. Winter is deep in snow and pristine. Yet, for all its seclusion, the Miller Lake Ranch is located surprisingly close to airports, interstate, towns, hospitals and supplies. The Facts • 10,598± deeded acres • City of Anaconda -- 14 miles • Commercial air service -- 26 miles • Mill Creek -- 6.7 miles of creek on the ranch • Three lakes: 12± acre Miller Lake 7± acre Lost Lake 14± acre Tenmile Lake • Continental Divide ownership -- 5 miles • Pubic lands boundary -- 7 miles • Timbered creek-lined valley framed by two 10,000-foot-tall granite mountain ridges • Jet-capable airport with instrument approach -- 9 miles • Trout fishing (in addition to the ranch’s creek and lake) on fabled Blue Ribbon Big Hole River -- 12 miles • State Scenic Highway entrance • 6,500’ to 10,500’ elevations • America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses (Golf Digest rated) Nicklaus Signature golf course – 14 miles • Top 100 rated Critical Access Hospital in America – 14 miles • Fairmont Hot Springs Resort – 16 miles; includes spa, dining, water slide • Downhill skiing – 32 miles to Discovery Basin • Water skiing – 26 miles to Georgetown Lake
$8,250,000  •  5,107 acres
Spanning over 5107 acres in central Mendocino County, the Wheelbarrow Ranch is multidimensional in both its resources and beauty. Arriving at the Ranch via direct access off US Highway 101, one ascends up a well maintained gravel road through a protected forested canopy until a vast high mountain valley reveals itself in its full spender with towering Valley Oaks welcoming the visitor in their magnificence as they have done through the centuries. At its outset Wheelbarrow Valley is divided by a large mountainous outcropping that has been known as the “Island” from time memorable. As one travels further into the interior, the valley opens up and is met by its eastern finger creating an even more expansive flat crossed by Wheelbarrow Creek and its many tributaries. From the valley floor, one could look in all directions to the lush forests that nestles this magnificent valley. LIVESTOCK The Wheelbarrow Ranch strikes the right balance between a productive livestock operation and a long term sustainable timber production with the added benefit of its phenomenal recreational attributes. Currently the ranch runs between 50-70 cow/calf units. This number could be increased if resources were committed to water development for valley irrigation, dry farming where irrigation is unfeasible and perimeter and cross fencing, repaired and/or placed, to increase the quantity and quality of the grazing area. TIMBER There has not been an official timber cruise done to determine the actual volume of existing timber but it is safe to say there is a vast stand of Douglas Fir, literally millions upon millions of board feet, that is representative of significant working asset. Whether one wishes to bank this reserve and let it grow for future generations, harvest it at a sustainable level or sell the carbon credit, there is a real value here that should produce an exponential rate on its own accord. RECREATION Of course, the recreational merits of a natural treasure such as this are endless . With close proximity to the San Francisco Bay Area and Sonoma Airport, access to a sportsman is easily accessible. Teeming with Blacktail Deer, bear, Tule Elk, wild hog, turkey, mountain and valley quail, bangtail pigeon, migratory birds in season, mountain lion and bobcat one’s always guessing what the next corner will yield. The Ranch would seem to be a perfect candidate for California Fish & Wildlife Private Land Management Program (PLM). The depth, diversity of terrain and water attributes all contribute to making the Ranch a wildlife haven which was not lost on the original Pomo Indian inhabitants nor the later European settlers who were drawn to this rich region and whose respective settlements are evidenced in niches and corners throughout the Ranch. HISTORICAL Further to its historical significance, the Ranch played host to the legendary Coates - Frost Family Feud that left 8 dead in October of 1867. Legend has it that lawmen pursued the fleeing perpetrators through the Ranch’s backcountry resulting in scattered skirmishes in long forgotten and unmarked battlefields. As one journeys through the depth of the Ranch, there is an underlying sense of stepping back in time when the West was wild and filled with hope for the newcomers to leave their marks. IMPROVEMENTS Besides the wildlife and other natural attributes, there are miles upon miles of improved and unimproved ranch roads and trails for exploring by ATV, horseback or foot. In addition, there are numerous potential campsites, old homesteads and one picturesque functioning backcountry cabin. There is a modest but functional main ranch house, an updated caretaker’s cabin, backwood’s cabin, rental cabin, large workshop/barn with stable, hay barn, numerous outbuildings and some corrals and holding pens. There is electric to the houses, propane delivered and water supplied by a gravity fed spring. WATER Water resources include the Wheelbarrow Creek, Bean Creek, Bud Creek, Tomki Creek and numerous lesser creeks and tributaries. Abundance of water is evidenced by the numerous springs scattered throughout the Ranch. Situated in the valley’s southwest side is the Ranch’s main spring fed reservoir. With crystal clear water and an elevated pier, the reservoir invites the swimmer seeking reprieve from the mid-day heat and the angler seeking it’s abundant bass and bluegill. Property Highlights: • 5,107 acres in central Mendocino County • Direct Access of Highway 101 • 3 Bedroom / 2 Bath Main House • 2 Bedroom Caretakers House • 30' x 50' Hay Barn • 50' x 60' Red Barn • Runs 50-70 Cow/ Calf Pair • Numerous Creeks & Springs • Timber - Millions of Board Feet - Primarily Douglas Fir • Abundant Wildlife - Deer, Pigs, Elk, Bear & Upland Game Birds • Site of Historic Coates - Frost Family Feud (circa 1867) • Miles of Hiking & Riding Trails • Backwoods One Room Cabin • Multitude of Micro-climates • One Acre Pond - Great Swimming / Fishing
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$10,750,000  •  3,798 acres
$13,500,000
Graystones PreserveIn the heart of the eastern seaboard’s finest fly fishing rivers sits Graystones Preserve. A true eastern legacy property, Graystones’ 3,798± acres and three miles of cold clear trout water surrounded by state parks on three sides provide unsurpassed beauty and privacy just two hours from New York City’s financial and business centers and 90 minutes from Philadelphia. Mountain laurel and rhododendron spill from the mountainsides and 100-year old oak, maple, ash and cherry tower overhead, providing a refuge for deer, bear, turkey and people. With seven residential structures and approximately 28 bedrooms, there is ample accommodation for the largest families, a corporate retreat center or a first-rate commercial venture. Mature timber and potential mineral rights provide solid underlying assets that further bolster the value proposition for this once in a lifetime purchasing opportunity.The Facts:• Located outside Albrightsville, Pennsylvania• Two hours from NYC• 90 minutes from Philadelphia• Three miles of both sides of premium fly fishing water• Large tiger, brown, rainbow and eastern brook trout• 3,798± acres with mature timber and excellent wildlife• Borders Hickory Run and Lehigh Gorge State parks• Public lands boundaries on three sides• Seven residential structures with 31 bedrooms• Unparalleled privacy and wilderness setting  
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$2,350,000  •  3,767 acres
$2,600,000
3,767 Total Acres2,767 Deeded Acres48 Miles North of Lewistown, Montana1,770 Tillable AcresExcellent Set of BuildingsOpportunity for Upland Bird Project
$1,900,000  •  3,550 acres
- 3,550 acres (630 deeded) - Two creeks, large springs, ponds, & irrigated land - Trophy elk, mule deer, bear, & turkey hunting - Well-kept owner's home, historic ranch house, barn, corals, & outbuildings - Year-round access, end-of-the-road privacy, & direct access to remote public land
$5,900,000  •  3,255 acres
Cow camp with 3255 deeded acres with 341.6 adjudicated water rights. Lost Creek, Deep Creek, Cherry Creek.
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$9,900,000  •  3,247 acres
$16,900,000
Canyon Creek RanchLocated in an area of Colorado that is highly sought after, Canyon Creek Ranch is easily accessible, only 25 miles from Telluride via a year-round county maintained road. Offering 3,247± deeded acres, considered a large holding for the area, this amount of land within proximity to a world-class destination is a rare find. Within an hour’s drive of the property, Montrose offers a regional airport and one of the best private FBO’s in the state, Black Canyon Jet Center. The cornerstone of this mountain ranch is the absolutely stunning views of the rugged and exceptionally beautiful Sneffel’s Mountain Range. Situated atop East Iron Springs Mesa, the land is gentle and rolling while approximately two-thirds of the property is meadows, open pasture and several spring-fed ponds. The remaining one-third is a mixture of oak brush, aspens, ponderosa pines, and heavily timbered areas. Sharing three miles of boundary with the Uncompahgre National Forest, there is a wide array of year-round recreational activities and access to and abundance and variety of Colorado wildlife.The Facts3,247± deeded acres25± miles to TellurideLess than an hour from Montrose Regional Airport and Black Canyon Jet CenterAdjacent to Uncompahgre National ForestSpectacular views of the Sneffel’s Mountain RangeMild terrain and gentle topography situated on top of East Iron Springs MesaMixture of meadows, open pasture land and heavily timbered areasYear-round county road accessModest improvements include two homes and outbuildingsLocated in GMU 61
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$3,375,000  •  2,690 acres
$7,500,000
18 parcels total of 2690 acres backs to Six Rivers National Forest. 2011 Timber Cruise shows over 21 million board feet of timber with an annual increase estimated at 900,000 board feet. Very private at the end of Burr Valley Rd with the Upper Van Duzen River running through the property. Abundant wildlife and natural beauty. Good roads with additional skid roads that can be improved to increase accessibility. Property Highlights: 18 parcels total of 2690 acres Borders Six Rivers National Forest & several large ranches Over 21 million board feet of timber Annual increase estimated at 900,000 board feet Bifurcated by Upper Van Duzen River Good access roads Definitely off-the-grid! Very private and scenic Abundant wildlife and natural beauty See Interactive 3D Map
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$8,084,800  •  2,608 acres
$8,479,217
This 2,608 +/- acre tract consists of areas of mature stands of mixed pine and hardwood species in bottom lands and stream side management zones on 400 +/- acres of the property. The vast majority of the property, 2,180 +/- acres, is composed of pine plantations varying in age from 3 years to 32 years. The balance of the acreage is located in roadways, natural openings and other right of way features. Historically, the tract was under intensive forest management by Temple Eastex, a large, local timber management company. The property was formerly a portion of the "Malibu Hunting Club," a recreational and hunting area used by Temple Inland Management. This area is know for abundant whitetail deer with large antler mass. Property has a current MLD application in place with TPW. The tract adjoins the Davy Crockett National Forest on its western boundary.This area of East Texas is in the heart of timber production, with active mills close by in Corrigan and the new Angelina Forest Products facility in Lufkin is scheduled to open in August of 2019. Taxes shown below represent a timber exemption.
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$10,600,000  •  2,495 acres
$12,525,000
This beautiful ranch was originally known as the American Sheep Ranch, owned by W.A. Lingham who moved to Colorado from Massachusetts in 1897. Today the ranch is still owned by his heirs and is operated as a stunning, high-country livestock grazing and wildlife ranch.
$4,200,000  •  2,200 acres
Timmerman Land and Cattle CompanyOnce part of the famous Kittredge Ranch in southern Oregon, Timmerman Land and Cattle Company (TLCC) is an impressive operating and recreation property that features 2,200± contiguous, deeded acres and over two-and-a-half miles of the spring-fed upper Williamson River.  Surface and groundwater rights covering approximately 1,500 acres, along with extensive stream frontage, make this among the best-watered ranches available in the region.  The property encompasses a series of large irrigated and sub-irrigated pastures flanked by pine-forested uplands and shares a lengthy boundary with the Winema National Forest and Klamath Marsh National Wildlife Refuge.  A full set of residential and agricultural improvements reside on a timbered hillside overlooking the ranch and include a remodeled brick owner’s residence, a remodeled guest house, manager’s home, bunkhouse, storage sheds, shop building, and steel pipe working corrals with cattle scale. As with many ranches in this area, TLCC is run primarily as a yearling operation and has typically accommodated up to 1,500 calves from May until the beginning of September depending on moisture and market conditions.  The majority of the ranch is covered by gravity-fed, surface irrigation from the river.  Approximately 200 acres are irrigated by a well and center pivot. The upper Williamson is famous for its native redband trout, and fishing on the ranch can produce large trout in the 20-inch class. Brook and brown trout also call the river home.  Dry fly fishing is best in spring and early summer during the annual “black drake” mayfly hatch when trout feed aggressively on the surface. Waterfowl hunting on the ranch and the adjoining national wildlife refuge can be excellent depending on water levels in the fall.  Elk, mule deer, and antelope are also found on the ranch. The town of Chiloquin, 40 miles southwest of the property, provides the nearest commercial services, while the popular city of Bend and its commercial airport are located 100 miles to the north.  Chiloquin is also home to a Chiloquin State Airport with a 3,749-foot runway.The Facts:2,200± contiguous, deeded acres Highly productive summer pasture ranch with outstanding recreational values and water resourcesLocated in a secluded setting with gentle topography and excellent sceneryOver 2.5 miles of the upper Williamson River supporting a vibrant wild trout fisheryAccommodates 1,500± yearlings during summer months based on moisture and market conditionsSurface and center pivot irrigation for approximately 1,500 acresComplete set of residential and ranch improvements, including a comfortable, remodeled owner’s home with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathroomsYear-round access on paved roads Within easy driving distance to Bend and its commercial airport and less than an hour to Crater Lake National ParkHome to elk, mule deer, antelope, and waterfowlAbundant opportunities for habitat development and enhancementNo conservation easementElevation approximately 4,500 ft.Annual property taxes approximately $5,870    
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$3,250,000  •  2,004 acres
$3,650,000
EBR - Benton Creek Unit This mountain ranch is a diversified landholding offering hunting, fishing, a livestock operation, and modern, quality housing. It includes over two thousand acres of owned lands plus virtually exclusive access to adjoining national forest lands. The wildlife is one of its outstanding assets. Year-round, there are good numbers of elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, black bear, wild turkey, and mountain lion. The rainbow and brook trout fishing is notably good, and could be even better, in miles of year-round streams and ponds. The cattle operation is currently leased to a neighbor. The views are of the ranch’s timbered mountains and the adjoining Big Belt Mountain range. Access is year-round on a good, paved highway, 100 miles from Montana’s largest airport and 30 minutes from a local town offering basic services including restaurants, banks, motels, and shopping.The Facts:2,004± deeded acres including 889± acres of timber and 85± acres of irrigated creekside hay meadows3.5 miles of year-round trout fishing stream plus 2.5 miles of Thomas CreekOne-half acre Thomas Creek Pond24 miles northwest of White Sulphur Springs100 miles northwest of Bozeman and its international airport5 miles Helena National Forest boundaryLarge resident elk herdHuntable populations of mule deer, whitetail deer, black bear, and mountain lion80 cow/cattle operationTwo comfortable homes 
$2,590,000  •  2,000 acres
Acres: 2000 Acres. Owner will divide and sell 500 acre or 1000 acre tract.Price: $ 1,295 per acre Terms: CashLocation: Adair & Cherokee Counties, Oklahoma. 12 miles N.E. of Tahlequah, OK, 72 miles from Tulsa.This 2000 acres is located in Adair County, Oklahoma approximately 12 miles from the Arkansas State line in Eastern Oklahoma and approximately 12 miles South of Kansas, Oklahoma on Highway 412. It is accessible at two locations on the Chewey-Procter Road between Chewey and Proctor, Oklahoma, and from the Pumpkin Hollow Road just across from the Headquarters of the 17,000 acre J.T. Nickel Nature and Wildlife Preserve which is the largest privately protected conservation area in the Ozarks, operated by the Nature Conservancy of Oklahoma. The Property runs for 4 Miles North and South and 2 and 1/2 Miles East and West at its widest point. The Illinois River at Chewey Bridge is approximately 4 Miles from the North end of the Property. The Illinois River Ranch RV Park is located on the Illinois River at Chewey Bridge. Comments: This beautiful Ozark Plateau Recreation Ranch is tree covered in hardwoods and planted pines.  Numerous food plots are planted in the many hollows. Deer and turkey hunting is excellent. The ranch is currently leased out at $8.00 per acre per year for hunting, but lease can be cancelled at any time if necessary. It is accessible by a black top county road. The ranch is accessed from 4 different entrances and ranch is well located close to Tahlequah and close to the Illinois River and Arkansas River. There are miles of excellent ranch roads.As an investment, this property should increase in value and the timber tonnage should increase also. Good place to invest and very little upkeep expense. Priced to sell!! Water: Water is not currently on the property but is available nearby. Terrain: Wooded hills with hollows.Fences: Partially fenced.Game: Wildlife abounds on the Property. The deer herd on the Property has been managed for years by taking only 8 point or more deer and harvesting doe to control the ratio. The Property has been leased to approximately 12 hunters the last few years and last season they took 6 quality bucks in one day with bow and arrow during the rut.The Nature Conservancy has a large Elk Herd and Oklahoma Law allows private land owners to harvest an Elk during Oklahoma Elk Season if it is found on private land. Numerous citing of Elk on the Property have occurred.Turkey are plentiful on the Property. Bears have been seen on the Property and the occasional Mountain Lion, although no Mountains Lions have been seen recently. Oklahoma does not have a season on bear in the area of the Property at this time, but it is anticipated that one will open in the not too distant future. Feral Swine provide year round hunting to control the population.Eagles are seen often in the winter being attracted to the nearby Illinois River. Of course numerous small game, water fowl and fur bearing animals are common on the Property such as squirrel, rabbit, quail, dove, coyote, wood ducks, opossum, and bobcat. Minerals: Negotiable.Leases: Currently leased for deer hunting at $8.00 per acre but will be cancelled at closing.When buying property, offered by Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales, the buyer’s agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation, if any, will be at sole discretion of Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales.
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$8,900,000  •  1,913 acres
$9,950,000
Twin Oaks PlantationTwin Oaks Plantation is a 1,913± acre historic plantation located just five minutes from downtown Thomasville in the Red Hills plantation belt with this being the first time this land has been available for purchase since the late 1800’s. It is surrounded by many exceptional plantations including Melrose, Longpine, Pebble Hill, Sinkola, and Beverly. These are some of the original plantation lands purchased by the Chapin-Hannas in 1891. Over 150,000 acres of plantations in the Red Hills can be traced back to the Hanna family’s influence on their friends, family, and business associates who shared a passion for the recreation these southern properties offered. The landscape is rolling with two-thirds in upland pines, along with the “Big Hammock”, a gorgeous bottomland forest. Water resources include nearly two miles of Lee’s Creek and a 12±acre lake. The main house is situated on a hill with views of mature pines and pastoral fields. The allure of the history of these productive lands is possibly only rivaled by their proximity to downtown Thomasville. This property, along with much of the surrounding acreage, is protected from development by a conservation easement.The Facts:Twin Oaks Plantation - One of the best-located and longest-owned Red Hills plantations of this size and provenance to ever become available.1,913± acre historic Red Hills plantation just four miles from downtown Thomasville on Highway 319 in Thomas and Grady CountiesSurrounded by some of the most respected names of historic Red Hills quail plantations, including Pebble Hill, Melrose, Longpine, Sinkola, and BeverlyPart of plantation lands owned by the same family since 1891 when Charles M. Chapin first purchased it, then sold to his uncle Howard Melville Hanna and still owned by their descendantsExceptionally beautiful stands of old-growth longleaf pineDiverse and rolling landscape with a beautiful and rare ecotone of mature upland pine-hardwood bay forests 1.5± miles of Lee’s Creek 12± acre lake with picnic shelter and fireplaceApproximately a third of a mile of frontage on US Highway 319, the scenic road between Tallahassee and Thomasville, and one and a half miles on Lower Cairo Road5,735± square foot main house with three bedrooms, four full and two half baths, four fireplaces, an indoor pool, lanai, and generator back up power built in 1981Other improvements include three staff houses, plantation office, kennels, equipment barn, two-stall horse barn, fenced pastures, and additional barns and sheltersVery good system of roads throughout with numerous well-constructed concrete and steel bridgesVery well-maintained grounds with a strong diversity of recreational hunting opportunitiesTwin Oaks, along with much of the neighboring acreage, is protected from development by a conservation easement 
$5,500,000  •  1,759 acres
Located an easy 30-minute drive on good gravel roads from Big Timber, the Morris Place Ranch is a quintessential private retreat located just below the southeast corner of the Crazy Mountains. Views near and far are incredible as the mountain vistas rise above treeline to over 10,000 feet. The property is encapsulated by two large operating ranches that have been in the same family ownership for generations. There are three drainages that pass through the ranch. The middle one is seasonal with a large perennial spring and the other two are live year around streams. These transitional mountain valleys are impressive, containing large patches of timber and a rich riparian corridor. The lands that tie these valleys together are open rolling grasslands. The building compound includes the three-bedroom owner’s home overlooking a beautiful trout pond, a two-bedroom guest cabin, a three-bedroom guest cabin, a caretaker’s apartment and a “bunkhouse” that contains 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, a tack room, and storage. These are all attractive reclaimed log, wood and stone buildings in a vernacular that makes them look like they have been there since homestead days, although all have been built since 1995. The headquarters setting is magnificent tucked into a protected valley but with big views overlooking a large trout pond. The ranch contains 1759 deeded acres and provides seasonal grazing for livestock, although the owners prefer to leave a lot of forage for wildlife. Hunting for trophy quality elk and mule deer is exceptional as the ranch lies in a protected area that has been a haven for wildlife for many years. This is primarily because the habitat is ideal for these species with good water and large blocks of timber interspersed with high quality forage. In summary, the Morris Place is an appropriately and comfortably improved, good sized private retreat within easy range of one of Montana’s great small towns. The Facts ~ This is the text for the website that shall appear under the heading titled "The Facts". This will stream to the website when published. ~ Location: 30 minutes’ drive northwest of Big Timber ~ Acreage: 1759+/- all deeded ~ Terrain: Two dramatic, partially timbered valleys tied by foothill rangeland ~ Improvements: Attractive building compound including a three-bedroom owner’s home, two guest cabins, and staff quarters ~ Views: Big views out over Yellowstone Valley and Crazy Mountains immediately above ~ Hunting: Outstanding private elk hunting in protected area for potential 380 class bulls - also mule deer, antelope and upland birds ~ Wildlife: Extensive with elk, mule deer, bear, antelope, ruffed grouse, Hungarian partridge, mountain lion and Sharp Tail grouse ~ Summary: A classic well-located Montana retreat with a near perfect set of buildings and great big game hunting
$6,750,000  •  1,720 acres
Grove Creek RanchSituated on the north slope of the Grand Mesa in western Colorado, this scenic 1,720± acre mountain ranch is highlighted by excellent big game hunting combined with abundant water resources and agricultural production.  The diverse landscape rises from lower-elevation irrigated meadows and oaks up through expansive aspen and conifer forests that reach to the national forest boundary along two sides.  Several creeks course through separate drainages on the ranch providing water for fishing, wildlife, livestock, and irrigation of hay meadows and pastures.  The resulting wildlife habitat is ideal for a variety of species including elk, mule deer, moose, black bear, cougar, and turkey.  In addition to wild brown and brook trout in Grove Creek, there are a number of ponds well suited for stocking.  Improvements include several modest homes and cabins for owner and guest usage, along with multiple barns and agricultural accessory buildings supporting ag operations.  Bordering a county road for easy access, the ranch is also served by electric power and has an extensive interior network of roads and trails.  Grove Creek Ranch has an end-of-the-road setting, yet is only 10 minutes from the local ranching town of Collbran, 40 minutes from Powderhorn Mountain Resort ski area, and less than an hour from the city of Grand Junction and the commercial airport.  There has been no mineral development on the ranch, however it is located in a well-known natural gas basin, and seller-owned minerals amounting to 50% of 1,120± acres are included.  This means it would be unlikely that the minerals are developed without the mutual agreement of the ranch owner, and for a buyer desiring mineral royalty income, could result in a significant future revenue stream.The Facts:•    1,720± acres of diverse mountain terrain encompassing multiple creek drainages•    Elevations range from 6,980 feet along the county road to 9,560 feet at the national forest•    Location, topography and habitat result in excellent elk and deer hunting•    Over-the-counter unit for elk tags, landowner preference applications for mule deer•    Well-watered with 1.5 miles of stream with trout, ponds, springs, wallows, irrigation•    Backyard is the amazing Grand Mesa, with wildlife, fishing, snowmobiling, OHV trails•    CE on upper 400 acres, leaving 77% of the ranch (1,320± acres) unencumbered •    Current income from ag and hunting leases and future mineral royalty income ***FOR HIGH RESOLUTION PHOTO GALLERY, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND A VARIETY OF PROPERTY MAPS VISIT HALL AND HALL PROPERTY WEBSITE ***
$1,597,900  •  1,682.3 acres
The Crews Creek Tract (#03019-03344) is a ±1,682.3 acre tract of timberland (per tax assessor records) located in northern Nevada County, Arkansas, about 5 miles southwest of Prescott, AR (North 33.75891°, West 93.306934°). The tract contains a diverse range of timber types covering several age brackets. Most of the remaining merchantable hardwood remains along streams/creeks forming buffer areas to protect water quality. The bulk of the tract has been allowed to regenerate naturally in hardwood since 2011. Some of the more well-drained areas were planted with pine and should be ready for a first-thinning operation in another 5-6 years. According the USDA NRCS web soil survey, the property is based upon an assortment of sandy/silt/clay -loams that give the property a weighted average site index rating for Loblolly Pine of 90.9 feet (base age 50). The land is mostly flat within the "Terre Rouge" creek bottom, but a slight rise in the northwest corner allows for home site potential. The paved Nevada County Road #23 aka "Cale Road" bisects the property allowing for quick access back out to Prescott. With a utility line running along Cale Road, the northwestern portion of the property can serve as a residence within the Prescott School District or as a camp site attached to fine deer hunting land. With a broad amount of timber type edge providing for plenty of water, food and cover necessary to attract wildlife, the recreational value of this tract can be a blast for anyone looking for a large block to manage quality southern Arkansas hunting land! Listing ID: 03019-03444