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T E TH he CoAu O iFS c FeI r RgU B Tr Ac Le O G Nn Ei n R u A L E A L SE S FU oE r D yeR rS & eS lT lA eT rE S WEST & 速 www.farmandranch.com Vo l u m e 4 9 Lone Cone Ranch avery land San Miguel County, Colorado FINE HOMES MOUNTAIN CABINS FARM & RANCH Colorado Texas 970 453 7002 allen-guerra.com Quintessential Woody Creek page 47 Perkins Ranch: The Crown Jewel of the Verde River page 61 Blackstone Ranch page 68 Rocking R Ranch page 58 Bonsall Farm page 21 On the Cover … Linda Jaekel Avery 970 327-0162 phone 970 596-4791 mobile 866 313-1392 fax email@example.com www.avery-land.com Lone Cone Ranch on Wright’s Mesa See page 10 San Miguel County, Colorado contents ITEMS OF INTEREST 14 v Investing in Rural Real Estate No Experience Required Tips & Advice from Bill & Kim Boyce with Fay Ranches Blue Ribbon Trout Fishery page 63 18 v Blaze the Bold New Frontier...Montana By Philip Land with The Land Brokers REFERENCE 6 v Broker Index 8 v Property Index & Map CLASSIFIEDS 76 v Additional Properties in the Marketplace New Farm & Ranch Feature! 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Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 5 broker index Arnold Realty Inc.......................50 www.eranches.com California Outdoor Properties...................26 www.californiaoutdoorproperties.com Colorado Landmark Realtors. ... 62 www.coloradolandmark.com Aspen Associates Realty Group LLC...................... 74 www.AspenAssociatesRealtyGroup.com Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty...................68 www.desertvalleygroup.com Crater Lake Realty, Inc.. ............60 www.craterlakerealtyinc.com The duPerier Texas Land Man, LLC...............57 www.texas-landman.com Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty...................47 www.caroldopkin.com The Chickering Company. .......59 www.chickeringco.com Avery Land.................................. 10 www.avery-land.com Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC....................40 www.clarklandbrokers.com Far West R&C Sales/ Management Co......................... 51 www.FarWestRealEstate.com Bates Sanders Swan Land Company. ..........................32 www.bateslandco.com Clark Company Ranch Real Estate......................49 www.clarkcompany.com Fay Ranches Inc.........................34 www.fayranches.com Cabela’s Trophy Properties........................ 24, 26, 28 www.CabelasTrophyProperties.com Coast Real Estate. .......................70 www.coasthome.com Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty...................72 www.KerryEndsley.com Fuller One Mile of Ocean Frontage page 70 McKenzie Springs Ranch page 52 6 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West Fuller Western Real Estate .....53 www.fullerwestern.com ® The Land Brokers Real Estate ........................... 18, 46 www.thelandbrokers.net Ranch Marketing Associates Happy Broussard ......................23 www.rmabrokers.com Girten Land Company.............48 www.girten.com Lone Eagle Land Brokerage, Inc. ................42 www.eagleland.com Ranch Marketing Associates Billy Long.................................... 21 www.rmabrokers.com The Group Inc. Real Estate .....44 www.thegroupinc.com Mason & Morse Ranch Company........................38 www.ranchland.com Ranch Marketing Associates Ron Morris ..........................22–23 www.rmabrokers.com Harrigan Land Company LLC ...30 www.harriganland.com Mason Real Estate Inc. ..............56 www.masonrecolorado.com The Harvey Team ......................52 www.theharveyteam.net Mirr Ranch Group .....................36 www.MirrRanchGroup.com Hayden Outdoors .....................24 www.HaydenOutdoors.com Oregon Land and Wildlife ......28 www.landandwildlife.com RE/MAX Realty Affiliates ........ 74 REALTY AFFILIATES Realty Executives .....................75 www.trainorhomes.com Ron Byrne & Associates Real Estate ..................................69 www.ronbyrne.com Schrimsher Ranch Real Estate, LLC ..........64 www.nm-ranches.com Headquarters West, Ltd. ......... 61 www.headquarterswest.com Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates ..............63 www.injacksonwy.com Oregon Opportunities Real Estate ..................................54 www.orop.com TLC Ranch Realty, Inc. ............ 71 www.aplaceinmontana.com KL Realty.....................................58 www.klrealty.net Pearson Real Estate Co., Inc. .... 65 www.pearsonrealestate.com United Country Timberline Realty, Inc. .............66 www.EagleWildernessRanch.com King Land & Water ..................73 www.KingLandWater.com Raich Montana Properties LLC...........................67 www.tracyraich.com Western United Realty.............55 www.ranchbrokers.com - p u b l i s H e d b Y- Customer serviCe mAnAger Wimberly Lott senior CopY editor/ Contributing Writer Jamie Destouet produCtion mAnAger Karen J. 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The publisher will not be responsible for any omissions, errors, typographical mistakes or misinformation within this publication. Measurements and figures are approximate. Properties are subject to errors, omissions, price change or prior sale. Printed in the U.S.A. John 3:16 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 7 property index Acres± Colorado County Page Acres± 1,540 ...... Larimer .............55 1,577 ...... Delta ..................56 1,769 ...... La Plata .............22 1,810....... Adams ...............25 1,831 ...... Park....................48 1,855 ...... Delta ..................56 2,080 ...... Park....................36 2,175 ...... Montrose ..........43 2,260 ...... Garfield .............66 2,665 ...... Routt..................30 3,947 ...... Larimer .............30 6,400 ...... Elbert................. 41 7,311 ....... Moffat ................55 11,420 .... Montrose ..........42 County Page Oregon Acres± County Page 557 ......... Park....................35 1,177....... Albany ...............55 1,500 ...... Albany ...............35 1,740 ...... Washakie ..........53 1,848 ...... Teton .................22 2,517 ...... Johnson ............40 4,831 ...... Johnson ............ 41 5,063 ...... Crook ................ 41 5,392 ...... Crook ................50 6,773 ...... Fremont ............40 7,902 ...... Park....................25 8,916 ...... Weston ..............50 9,768 ...... Carbon ..............55 11,953 .... Platte..................40 27,320 .... Carbon ..............25 28,453 ... Johnson ............ 41 95,000 ... Laramie .............30 Acres± County Page 16 ............ Pitkin .................74 18 ............ Jefferson ............72 20 ............ Boulder .............62 35 ............ Boulder .............58 35 ............ Boulder .............62 35 ............ Douglas .............23 35 ............ San Miguel .......13 35 ............ Pitkin .................47 40 ............ Larimer .............39 48 ............ Jefferson ............72 50 ............ Douglas .............38 55 ............ Grand ................48 64 ............ Weld ..................44 69 ............ Delta ..................56 70 ............ Huerfano ..........53 70 ............ Jefferson ............72 79 ............ Jefferson ............72 97 ............ Huerfano ..........53 100.......... Boulder .............58 124 ......... Park....................48 142.......... Gunnison .........56 152 ......... Pitkin ................. 31 160.......... Park....................37 170.......... Eagle ..................69 200 ......... Elbert.................75 225 ......... Pueblo ...............39 235 ......... Boulder .............58 300 ......... Park....................48 325 ......... Huerfano ..........37 326 ......... Larimer .............44 375 ......... Park....................48 496 ......... San Miguel .......10 505 ......... Grand ................30 565 ......... La Plata .............23 592 ......... Larimer .............37 631.......... Montrose ..........43 708 ......... Delta ..................42 720 ......... Montrose ..........56 760.......... Pueblo ...............23 891.......... Park....................48 1,019 ...... Montrose ..........42 1,115....... Garfield .............36 1,280 ...... Huerfano ..........53 1,400 ...... Douglas ............. 31 10 ............ Jackson .............54 28 ............ Jackson .............54 45 ............ Douglas .............28 54 ............ Jackson .............54 105.......... Crook ................68 146.......... Jackson .............54 159 ......... Klamath ............28 182.......... Jackson .............54 212.......... Klamath ............60 234 ......... Jefferson............34 321 ......... Jackson .............29 363 ......... Jackson .............54 544 ......... Klamath ............60 560 ......... Deschutes .........68 561.......... Lincoln..............28 1,252 ...... Klamath ............60 4,395 ...... Jackson .............29 5,285 ...... Klamath ............60 Idaho 4,195 ...... Oneida ..............32 Montana 40 ............ Flathead ............71 48 ............ Park....................67 55 ............ Flathead ............71 275 ......... Sweet Grass......46 427 ......... Gallatin .............34 480 ......... Park....................35 554 ......... Beaverhead.......35 620 ......... Sweet Grass......46 661.......... Park....................67 948 ......... Sweet Grass......46 960 ......... Gallatin .............34 2,430 ...... Broadwater.......34 Outside the Region Arizona Acres± County Page Utah 76 ............ Wasatch ............33 2,066 ...... Washington .....37 3,410....... Summit .............33 9,235 ...... Rich....................32 253,100 . Garfield .............36 Kansas 3,055 ...... Chautauqua .....25 214 .......... Marengo ...........61 Nebraska 2,300 ...... Sioux .................40 4,080 ...... Sheridan ...........39 California 55 ............ Siskiyou ............26 123 ......... Mendocino .......70 140.......... San Diego .........21 175.......... San Luis Obispo.......49 185.......... Mendocino .......70 224 ......... Mendocino .......70 350 ......... Monterey ..........49 400 ......... Shasta ................21 600...............San Bernardino ....27 638 ......... Modoc ...............21 714 .......... Amador .............59 891.......... Monterey ..........49 1,015 ...... Yolo ....................27 1,321 ...... El Dorado .........26 1,346 ...... Shasta ................59 1,771 ...... Siskiyou ............27 3,342 ...... Modoc ...............27 4,400 ...... Napa ..................21 6,240 ...... Mendocino .......59 12,000.... Lassen ...............26 Wyoming 20 ............ Washakie ..........65 100.......... Platte..................23 101 .......... Park....................53 112 .......... Johnson ............65 161 .......... Crook ................50 186.......... Crook ................50 235 ......... Sheridan ...........36 260 ......... Lincoln..............63 383 ......... Big Horn ...........65 400 ......... Platte..................53 434 ......... Washakie ..........65 South Dakota 88 ............ Custer................50 8,184 ...... Meade................38 New Mexico 1,000 ...... Lincoln..............64 9,000 ...... Chaves...............64 13,283.... Luna ..................64 21,595 .... Grant .................64 21,661 .... Catron ............... 31 47,309 .... Catron ............... 31 Texas 23 ............ Jeff Davis...........73 25 ............ Kerr....................57 368 ......... Blanco ...............57 1,127 ...... Medina ..............57 1,169 ...... Bandera.............57 2,906 ...... Jeff Davis...........73 3,157 ...... Jeff Davis...........73 55,374 .... Jeff Davis...........73 Nevada 2 .............. Douglas .............74 13 ............ Douglas .............74 123 ......... Washoe .............51 160.......... Pershing ............51 240 ......... Douglas .............51 1,536 ...... Humboldt ........51 5,048 ...... 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Clark Columbia Cowlitz Douglas Ferry Franklin Garfield Grant Grays Harbor Island Washington 21 34 29 11 8 37 32 36 12 4 30 33 20 23 9 20 3 6 19 15 7 8 22 9 5 23 12 14 16 2 21 4 13 18 1 17 10 11 Cover Ranch Lone Cone Ranch on Wrightâ€™s Mesa The sight feels strikingly familiar: a classic combination of Colorado topography where a thick blanket of forest climbs the slopes of a majestic mountain framed by an expansive cloud-dotted skyline. While many attempt to replicate this stunning profile in architecture, the design at Lone Cone Ranch is especially impressive. Situated on 496 acres, the beautiful main residence features a custom home that perfectly emulates the strength and beauty of its neighboring landscape. This lovely stone and log home pays homage to the simple elegance of the surrounding nature and mimics both the mountain and sky with an impressive wall of windows that ascend towards the vaulted ceiling. This is a perfect frame for the magnificent views of Lone Cone Colorado v San Miguel County v Norwood Mountain, the San Juan Mountain Range and a sea of verdant forest. 10 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West Inside, approximately 6,500 square feet of living area extend over three levels of a spacious, open floor plan with 6 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, 3 separate living areas and a soundproof media room off the downstairs living area. Perfect for large-scale entertaining or a simple family dinner, the gourmet kitchen features a large island, granite countertops, double convection ovens, commercial gas cooktop and commercial Sub-Zero refrigerator. Open to the upstairs living area, the kitchen area and the wet bar entry area, the huge main living room features floor-to-ceiling windows, vaulted ceilings, exposed log beams and a large stone fireplace. The expansive wraparound deck allows for a comfortable outdoor spot to enjoy your morning coffee or evening cocktails. There is also an outdoor kitchen area with seating and a large stainless steel gas grill. Other ranch improvements include a 1-acre stocked pond, riding arena, horse corral, five-stall horse barn and a five-car enclosed garage with an overhead storage loft and workshop area. The ranch also includes 5 wells and several water rights, including absolute rights to Tracyâ€™s Spring and spring-fed Tracyâ€™s Pond. For the outdoor enthusiast, the opportunities afforded by Gurley Lake, the nearby Miramonte Lake and San Miguel River and the adjacent 15,000-acre Uncompahgre National Forest Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 11 are abundant. These include wildlife viewing, fishing, hunting, camping, hiking, whitewater rafting, kayaking, mountain biking, horseback riding, climbing, riding ATVs, Jeeping, cross-country skiing and downhill skiing at the nearby resort of Telluride. Wildlife who also call Lone Cone Ranch home include elk, mule deer, hummingbirds, eagle and hawks. Offering close proximity to groceries, gas, restaurants and supplies, the town of Norwood is just 10 miles down the road. A scenic 35-mile drive along the San Miguel River will put you in the heart of historic Telluride with its legendary skiing, golf and Mountain Village Resort, all of which are in full swing in both summer and winter. With its beauty, comfort and plethora of amenities, Lone Cone Ranch is the perfect Colorado showplace. v Offered for $3,950,000. For more information on Lone Cone Ranch, please contact Linda Avery with Avery Land at 970 327-0162 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit www.avery-land.com for more photos and details. Property ID: 41116 12 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West Lone Cone Restaurant O Colorado San Miguel County v Norwood Opening in 1940, the Lone Cone Restaurant and Saloon lies in the heart of Norwood (the hidden gem of southwest Colorado). This fine establishment is a favorite of locals, a premier location for travelers on the scenic byway and cited as “best eats” between Telluride and Moab by Outside magazine. This turn-key operation offers a great reputation with clean, well-maintained facilities. The exquisitely handcrafted cherry and mahogany back bar/ front bar/liquor cabinet were built in the late 1800s and brought from Iowa. The separate restaurant and saloon have a combined 20 tables for dining. $495,000 includes the business and real estate. Property ID: 41121 Gurley Ranch Parcels T Colorado v San Miguel County v Wright’s Mesa These properties embrace the Mountain West lifestyle in high mesa ranches. Spectacular mountain and valley views take in lush irrigated meadows, gently sloping terrain, trees, a lake, friendly neighbors and abundant wildlife. Ride the private Gurley Trail that stretches 27 miles through scenic country. Several lots are lakefront on Gurley Lake, offering world-class trout fishing. Explore the nearby Uncompahgre National Forest for unlimited riding, camping, hunting, biking, fishing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. These properties are only five to eight miles south of Norwood—the spirited center of Wright’s Mesa’s ranching community—offering excellent services, schools and restaurants. Telluride is a scenic 45-minute drive along the troutrich San Miguel River. Parcels are priced from $175,000. Property ID: 41926 Linda Jaekel Avery 970 327-0162 phone 970 596-4791 mobile 866 313-1392 fax email@example.com www.avery-land.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 13 Investing in Rural Real Estate – No Experience Required Tips and Advice from Bill and Kim Boyce with Fay Ranches Owning a ranch—the idea sounds inviting, garnering visions of a mountainside retreat in Colorado, fishing blue ribbon waters in Wyoming, waking up to oceanfront views in Oregon or running a cattle-breeding operation in Montana. Yes, cattle breeding. Beyond simple beauty, owning a large or small-acreage property can offer excellent income potential that turns a recreational retreat into a productive business investment. Many homebuyers shy from purchasing a property with agricultural or livestock potential due to lack of experience, but with the right information and knowing the options available, owning a previously established or developing a new cattle-breeding ranch, productive salmon fishery, hay/corn farm or even a winery is well within reach. “Your goals drive the entire equation: from what ranch to purchase right through to how it will be operated,” said Bill & Kim Boyce, licensed sales agents with Fay Ranches. Based in Lewistown, Montana, they have an extensive history in owning, buying, selling and managing rural real estate. “Everyone has a different motivation for buying property, whether it is recreation or investment oriented or most often a combination of several different factors. This all has to be taken into consideration when making the initial decisions about how to move forward.” Options of Ownership: Ranch Manager or Lease Agreement? Owning a production-oriented property comes with a question: does the owner want to be responsible for the daily operations or do they want to place those responsibilities in the hands of a leaseholder? For those with no or very limited experience in property management or for a new property without a significant income-producing history, choosing to work with a leaseholder is perhaps the best choice. “Entering a lease situation will allow the owner to place the responsibility of ranch operations in the hands of a leaseholder and still generate income,” explained Boyce. “There are several different lease structures that may be considered with varying levels of involvement on 14 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West the landowner’s part, such as crop share, net share or a fixed cash rent. “In a crop share lease, the landowner receives a certain share (%) of the crop and usually will also share some of the expenses with the leaseholder. In a net share situation, the landowner receives a smaller share of the revenue but the lessee pays for all of the expenses. The route of least involvement would be a fixed cash rent lease where the landowner receives a set amount of rent no matter what the income generated from the livestock/crop.” If, however, the existing farm/ranch operation has proven to be productive and an experienced ranch manager is in place, a landowner with even minimal experience can venture to become more included in the day-to-day financial and operational decisions. “This would mean working closely with a ranch manager who would be interested in staying on board; this can get tricky depending on who/what processes have been in place and whether or not they meet the criteria of the new owner, especially if the plan is to take the ranch in a different direction. Change can be a difficult thing for someone who has lived on the ranch and has a set idea of how things should be done, but there are obvious advantages to having someone on the team who is familiar with the ranch, community, weather and pretty much every other aspect of the business,” said Boyce. Above all, Boyce stresses that the animals, crops, workers and daily operations of a ranch/farm do not “stop and wait for the ink to dry.” A well-planned transition, especially for a previously established business that is changing hands, is essential to keeping a ranch/farm operation running smoothly. Tips for Selecting an Owner Representative Ideally, the perfect candidate for a lessee is someone who knows the area and has been active in your particular ranching community and perhaps even worked on the property for a number of years, but that ideal scenario is not always plausible. Once again, the position is defined not by who is most readily available, but more by your particular goals for development. In short, the owner representative should be knowledgeable in their field, provide a history of reliability and commitment and be willing to work with you toward your goals. “One of the most important aspects is to create a job description that most accurately reflects your goals. For example, do you want someone with a traditional set of farming/ranching tools who can work on equipment or possibly be an AI tech, or are you looking for someone who has more experience with wildlife/habitat management and can work with bird dogs and put in food plots?” noted Boyce. “Many times, no one is perfect, but at the end of the day there has to be something that this person is bringing to the table that really excites you. You want somebody that has their own thought process and can think on their feet, but who still understands your goals for your ranch—it’s important they’re open to your ideas and opinions. Attitude is everything; you can learn the rest.” Best Choices for an Absentee/Inexperienced Owner For an owner who plans on having little to no on-hand experience with the property, the size and scope of the development is less important than finding a competent and trustworthy lessee. On the other hand, for an owner who desires to be more involved, each situation is unique. “It’s about understanding your operation and deciding how many ‘moving parts’ you want to handle,” explained Boyce. “For example, an intense farming operation that includes major irrigation and a cow/calf operation is a going to be year-round responsibility with daily decisionmaking. There isn’t a lot of down time in an operation like this—just as soon as you are done calving, branding and turning out, someone needs to get into the field and start farming/haying, etc.—all of which are subject to change at a moment’s notice due to Mother Nature, markets and more. You can simplify things a lot by focusing on either farming or ranching or by downsizing the scope. Less diversity equals easier management.” Management and Communication There are many reasons to purchase land in today’s market: investment potential, weekend recreation, interest in the farm/ranching lifestyle and many others. There are also many reasons why an owner Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 15 cannot always be present on the property: business/recreational travel or perhaps you reside in another city/state. Either way, is it possible to effectively manage a property without an extended presence? The answer: With the right tools and personnel in place and effective communication, the owner does not have to be a full-time presence in order to create a successful operation. “The frequency of an owner’s visit is really up to the owner,” explained Boyce. “In fact, more than anything else, it’s communication that’s the key to any ranch, whether the owner is on site or not. It’s a good idea to have regular conference calls between owners and managers to discuss day-to-day aspects of the ranch operations; that way, when visits occur, they go smoothly and are less stressful for everyone involved. Obviously, different owners will desire different things, but this circles back to hiring the right people and making sure everyone understands your priorities. Personally, as managers, we try and give the owners as much room to breathe when they visit as possible, especially on short visits, by scheduling meetings to discuss ranch operations or to see different projects. It keeps everyone from feeling obligated to spend the entire time together working.” real estate purchase, especially one that extends beyond simple recreation into ranching/agriculture development, can seem ideal when prices are low and everyone else seems to be investing, but having a reliable plan is essential to success. From overestimating the amount of acreage to failing to understand the demands and markets of your particular area, here are a few pitfalls the new investor can encounter if not prepared. “We’ve seen many owners get excited about the romance of their big ranch out West, but it’s important for people to not get ahead of themselves. It’s important to avoid buying more ranch than you have capital to operate or jumping into operations/improvements before you really have a clear path of your goals. The ‘capital/cash burn’ on some of these ranches can really take a lot of the fun out of the process for new owners if they are not prepared for it. Buyers need to be extremely clear on what their financial commitments will be beyond that initial purchase. “At times you’ll see ranches for sale because they lacked sustainability under the existing management plan. It’s important to know not only what the current market will sustain but also the fluctuations of the financial environment,” said Boyce. “This is another benefit of a cash lease. Usually, the owners will be responsible for fixed costs like property taxes and capital improvements, but they don’t get caught trying to feed the metabolism of a hungry ranching operation.” v For more information on investing in rural real estate, please contact Fay Ranches at 800 238-8616 or visit www.fayranches.com. Bill and Kim Boyce trail cow pairs to their summer pasture at the Boyce Ranch in the Snowy Mountains, east of Lewistown, Montana. Key Mistakes to Avoid As with any investment, sometimes the “romance” overshadows the “reality.” Making a rural 16 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West Print & Online Resources for Discerning Buyers and Sellers & armand Find Fa us on o cebo k Connect on Li nkedIn www.f ranch.c o m Join us on Google+ w Follo t Twit n o us er Visit Our New Website www.farmandranch.com By Philip Land with The Land Brokers Montana has nearly 150,000 square miles of prairie, farms, specranches, streams, and mountains—all tacular scenery and adventure land—leading to an abundant opportunity to enjoy nature, be free of the “asphalt jungle”, and to be enterprising. Montana is extraordinary in so many ways with its ever changing terrain, the varied ecosystems and parks, and the assimilations of diverse people that populate the regions of the state. Even though Montana’s name is derived from the Spanish word for mountain, only one-third of the state is mountainous. The state may be described as being comprised of the western mountain ranges and the eastern prairies providing a diverse range of geography and uses of the land. The Rocky Mountains in Montana are comprised of several ranges that offer elevations of 3,500 to over 12,000 feet above sea level. These elevations create a variety of weather systems that can produce up to 10 feet of snow, yielding hunting and other recreational opportunities and providing water sources for the myriad of mountain streams and rivers that flow through the lands. The beautiful valleys that divide the mountain ranges throughout the state range from narrow crevices to wide, broad floors, most so memorable that the names are well known across the region. Much of the western region, 18 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West especially west of the Continental Divide, is heavily forested with more than two dozen species of trees. The eastern half of the state has a distinct character of its own and is comprised of lakes, rolling hills, badlands, and prairies. The prairies provide for a thriving livestock industry and bird hunting habitats. The diversity of nature is found in these productive areasâ€”sage, willows, cedars, berries, and the ubiquitous hardy cold season grasses. These regions provide the backdrop and legacy of the Western traditions associated with the great trail drives that brought cattle and cowboys from Texas to Montana after the Civil War. of nature that is as blended as the people who live in this land. The western region is home to the incredibly beautiful Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks. Glacier Park is known The contrast of the mountains and the plains is brought into focus on the Rocky Mountain front. This remarkable area is so dramatic with its walls of peaks and expansive valleys filled with endless plains of grass and wheat. The colors of the brilliant blue skies and golden and green grasses mix to produce a tapestry for its majestic chiseled peaks, whereas Yellowstone Park is comprised of fascinating thermal wonders from subterranean volcanic activity, such as the Grand Prismatic Spring. Economically, Montana generally proceeds on a more even keel than many parts of the nation, not experiencing turbulent swings between wild highs and lows. This is exemplified by the recent economic downturn in the U.S. economy that was preceded by booms in the financial and housing markets. Montana weathered these highs and lows better than most states, emerging with a balanced state budget. The tough economic time the nation has experienced over the past five years was slower to affect Montana, but when it did, the real estate market came to a virtual halt. As with most of the country, sales were almost non-existent. The situation in Montana was less harshly felt in the quality ranch/recreational market, but the prices for many properties that were not in this category decreased substantially. There were fewer sales, but the quality properties were held by strong hands that clearly were willing to weather the cyclical wave. Investors are again looking to place their assets in top-notch real estate to hedge against the possible impending inflation that may come after this recent cycle. Sales are beginning to rebound on premium properties. According to prominent south central Montana real estate firms, the segment of the market that lagged is getting refocused in the $1,000,000-$2,000,000 rangeâ€”focusing more on modest ranches and recreational parcels rather than trophy homes. This is the market where people feel there is a window of opportunity for purchasing power. Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 19 While agriculture cise medical instruments. Manufacturing growth will remain strong with the continued expansion of the petroleum sector while the western side of the state continues to be the new firearms manufacturing mecca. Additionally, strong manufacturing exists in archery products, lasers, semiconductor equipment, alternative energy, and recreational products. Montana is on the map of world-class manufacturing as it continues to draw entrepreneurs from all parts of the globe. The business climate is ripe for expansion while the lifestyle appeals to the next generation. Montana’s rich heritage of independence, remains king in Montana, business development beyond tourism is a high priority at both state and local levels. In some cases, people migrate and bring their own jobs, often made easier through advances in information technology and high-speed Internet. A case in point is the company Shenandoah Solutions, Inc. that develops high technology systems for the U.S. Navy and private sector. The company moved from Virginia to Montana 5 years ago, and the company president had this to say: “I was born and raised in Virginia, a beautiful state in its own right. But growth over the years turned the rural area in which I lived largely into subdivisions and the agricultural orientation of the county disappeared. Montana reminds me of how that county was when I was a kid growing up.” Another example of “grow where planted” is a small Montana company focused on manufacturing; specifically the metal fabrication industry. The Montana office of King Machine is bullish on the continued growth of Montana’s diverse and independent manufacturing sector, ranging from heavy equipment/mining components to extremely pre- abundance of natural resources with natural gas, coal, oil, and wind energy, and wideopen space lead to fertile ground for today’s entrepreneurs and investors. Few states offer the diversity of choices for lifestyles, business, friendly environments, and strategically valued land acquisitions. From the smaller agricultural-oriented communities to more populated cities (around 100,000 people or less), Montana beckons the creative, adventuresome, and investment-savvy entrepreneurs. Come join us to see what Montana has to offer to those who seek what the future holds! v Written by Philip Land, The Land Brokers in Big Timber, Montana; with contributions from David Viers in Livingston, Montana; and photography by Loretta Hurley in Big Timber, Montana. 20 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West I Bonsall Farm California v San Diego County v Bonsall In a highly sought-after equestrian area halfway between Carlsbad and Fallbrook—within easy driving distance of San Diego and reach of Los Angeles—this unique, sophisticated, 140-acre ranch offers country living without isolation. Citrus and avocado groves carpet the hillsides and surround a ranch office, large machinery barn/garage facilities, two charming, Spanish-style, three-bedroom homes (one with private pool) and several twobedroom apartment units. Replete with privacy, character and country beauty yet easily accessible by car or train to urban amenities, this exceptional property is in magnificent condition. $11,950,000. Billy Long, 970 927-3850. Property ID: 41817 T This is a truly unique opportunity to own a spectacular, undeveloped, 4,400-acre property on the east side of Lake Berryessa in the eastern portion of Napa County, an internationally renowned destination for world-class wineries, vineyards and amenities. The ranch stretches from a wildlife preserve on the lake’s east shore to ridges bordering state and federal wildlife lands on the property’s eastern boundaries. Magnificent, unobstructed vistas of the lake and surrounding peaks are available from nearly every vantage point. $4,500,000. Billy Long, 970 927-3850. Property ID: 41816 Lake Berryessa Ranch California v Napa County v St. Helena T Chaparral Lakes Ranch California v Shasta County v Redding This magnificent 400-acre ranch is within 10 minutes of Redding, which offers all amenities, including superb medical facilities, a commercial airport and nearby recreation. The ranch enjoys wildlife and privacy with no easements to others. Historically used as winter grazing and for hunting, it has been recently zoned 2-acre minimums. This trophy property offers a classic Western lifestyle plus development opportunity. $1,250,000. Billy Long, 970 927-3850. Property ID: 14642 W Well known in California ranching history, the 638-acre Double Diamond Ranch sits in the northern end of the Surprise Valley in a small ranching community set back in time. It summers as many as 1,300 yearling cattle or the equivalent cow/calf numbers and possesses some of the best water, finest soils and quality grasslands in the area. The ranch boasts one of several Victorian homes built in the area in the late 1800s, a 4,200-square-foot, nine-bedroom, two-bath, two-story magnificent home. Ranch improvements include livestock corrals, covered scale house and perimeter and cross fencing. $2,950,000. Billy Long, 970 927-3850. Property ID: 43270 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West Double Diamond Ranch California v Modoc County v Fort Bidwell 21 Walton Ranch S Wyoming v Teton County v Jackson Sited along the legendary Snake River and adjacent to the Grand Teton with views over the entire valley, the 1,848-acre legacy ranch has its own resident elk herd and fishing access along the Snake River. This naturally preserved setting is surrounded by the grandeur of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, yet is five miles to downtown Jackson and 15 minutes to world-class ski resorts and private air service. Walton Ranch offers a rare opportunity to own wide-open spaces in one of the most sought-after locations in the world. $100,000,000. Ron Morris, 970 535-0881 or Billy Long, 970 927-3850. Property ID: 72333 Indian Shadow Ranch O 22 Colorado v La Plata County v Durango One of the largest privately owned ranches near Durango, this exquisite 1,769-acre wildlife and recreation ranch has one and two-thirds miles of the La Plata River running through the property. The ranch is immensely private and contains several first-class improvements, including a newly remodeled, 6,780-square-foot, four-bedroom main home with an attached three-car garage, managerâ€™s home near the river, large horse barn with apartment and two large top-quality shops, one with a comfortable apartment. The ranch has several ponds and hay meadows as well as high-quality pasture. $22,000,000. Carl Luppens, 303 394-1400 or Ron Morris, 970 535-0881. Property ID: 43025 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West G a Granite Peaks Ranch is an exquisite, one-of a-kind, 565-acre, fly-fishing and equestrian estate and the last privately owned ranch before the vast Weminuche Wilderness. With three miles of the Pine River, the property offers exceptional fly-fishing a few steps from the main residence and cabins. There are several architectural masterpieces including 5,500-square-foot main home, private riverside guesthouse and three historic cabins. Granite Peaks Ranch Colorado v La Plata & Hinsdale Counties v Durango Beautifully scaled and landscaped to fit naturally into the surrounding environment, it is encircled by majestic granite peaks and provides direct access via hiking trail into the 500,000-acre Weminuche Wilderness. $24,000,000. Ron Morris, 970 535-0881. Property ID: 42368 Freedom’s Edge Ranch Wyoming v Platte County v Glendo B Between Douglas and Wheatland, seven miles south of the charming community of Glendo, the 100- acre Freedom’s Edge Ranch offers quiet, rural living with upscale, rustic improvements in a convenient and easily accessible year-round location along the I-25 corridor. The ranch has an exquisite, 4,478-square-foot, custom, twostory, hand-scribed, hand-hewn log home with magnificent views, abundant wildlife and endless summer and winter recreational opportunities. $850,000. Matt Johnston, 307 655-2273 or Ron Morris, 970 535-0881. Property ID: 43024 T This impressive 35-acre estate within 30 minutes of Denver or Colorado Springs offers gorgeous panoramic views and a European 7,783-square-foot. custom home with five bedrooms, eight baths, five gas fireplaces, a gourmet kitchen, butler’s pantry, bar, wine cellar, exercise room, media room, study, steam room, elevator, spectacular spiral staircase and more. A 4.5-car garage, guesthouse, RV building/shop and horse barn match the main house in design, workmanship and recreation and equestrian enthusiasts. Happy Broussard, 512 673-3362. Property ID: 41913 Arabian Run Colorado v Douglas County v Franktown materials. In a gated community with stringent building covenants and adjoining Castlewood Canyon State Park, this property will excite T Wales Canyon Ranch Colorado v Pueblo County v Beulah Twenty miles southwest of Pueblo and eight miles from Beulah, this 760-acre ranch has magnificent views of the Front Range, Pikes Peak, the Green Horn Mountains and Pueblo Reservoir. San Isabel National Forest, just one mile east, offers numerous recreational opportunities. The ranch is an excellent cattle and horse ranch due to its good soil, grasses and plentiful water. Wales Canyon Ranch is a beautiful and private ranch with good water, two landing strips and nearby recreation. $1,600,000. Happy Broussard, 512 673-3362. Property ID: 42395 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 23 T This 7,902-acre (4,962 deeded) Wyoming legacy ranch has it all: world-class hunting, a trophy trout stream, production ground, water rights and the perfect combination of privacy and convenience. The Flying River Ranch is 30 miles from Cody, Wyoming and just two miles from the small Western ranch town of Meeteetse. It offers two miles of outstanding Greybull River, making this one of the most diverse ranches in all of the United States. Trophy native Yellowstone cutthroat trout are an American jewel and call this stretch of the Flying River Ranch Wyoming v Park County v Meeteetse Greybull home. To add to the diversity of this ranch, trophy whitetail and mule deer, elk and antelope roam the property’s hill country, canyons, river bottom and irrigated hay ground. Along with being a sportsman’s dream, this classic Western cattle ranch has great water rights, artesian spring and potential production of up to $500,000 of agricultural income. This Certified Organic Cattle Ranch has run in upwards of 700 head seasonally. Included on the ranch is a main home, manager’s house, a large metal Quonset, barn, corrals and a loafing shed. In addition to its deeded acreage, the ranch includes a 2,940-acre BLM and state land grazing lease, plus an additional 28,000-acre U.S. Forest Service grazing permit can be purchased separately. Rarely does such a dynamic Western ranch become available. Please call Hayden Outdoors for your personal ranch tour. $7,900,000. Property ID: 42780 T This dryland cultivation lies east of Brighton and north of Bennett. Most of the properties are on good roads with great views of the mountains. There are many developments of 35-acre and smaller housing tracts on the west edge of this area. The land is composed of good soils and is level to gently rolling with tracts ranging from 160- to 633-acre sections. Two tracts have mineral rights and these Adams County Farm Ground Auction Live Auction! – 7 Tracts Colorado v Adams Co. v Brighton/Bennett rights will pass to the buyer. The land has wheat or summer fallow on each tract. Possession of the land is immediate upon closing and all 2013 farm payments and 2013 crops pass to the buyer. Buyer will assume seller’s multiple crop insurance and be responsible for payment. The seller will pay all 2012 and previous taxes; buyer will pay 2013 and future taxes. The live auction will take place December 19, 2012. Please contact Leo Hayden or Seth Hayden at Hayden Outdoors with any questions. Property ID: 43438 Cross Ridge Ranch T Kansas v Chautauqua Co. v Cedar Vale This 3,055-acre ranch is at the south end of the Flint Hills, 100 miles southeast of Wichita, Kansas. This property features high bluffs overlooking tree-lined creeks and a 23+ acre watershed pond. Improvements on the ranch include two homes, a bunkhouse and cattle working facilities. Live water is excellent with 14 ponds, two creeks and a beautiful watershed lake full of bass, crappie, bluegill and catfish. Waterfowl hunting on ponds and the lake is fantastic! With surrounding properties allowing little to no hunting, Cross Ridge Ranch is amazing for big Kansas whitetail bucks! For more info, contact Leo Hayden, Employing Two Rivers & Pine Draw Ranches Broker. $6,415,500. Property ID: 42463 T Wyoming v Carbon County v Medicine Bow These two ranches offer a rare purchase with 27,320± acres and are known for their water, grazing and wide-open Wyoming ranching. The properties are classic Western cattle ranches with all the operations needed to run efficiently. The ranches consist of 16,760 deeded acres plus another 10,560 BLM and state grazing leased acres. The ranches include homes, outbuildings and great water and wind energy rights, plus irrigated hay meadows with an average annual hay production of 525 tons. The backcountry hills and bluffs are home to plentiful antelope and mule deer. Contact Seth Hayden for a personal showing. $5,142,000. Property IDs: 42850 & 42876 1204 W. Ash St., Unit A Windsor, CO 80550 970 674-1990 Colorado office 866 741-8323 Kansas office www.HaydenOutdoors.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 25 Dixie Valley Ranch T California v Lassen County v Little Valley These 120,000 acres (17,075 deeded, 30,000 BLM lease and 73,000 USFS lease) in Lassen and Tehama Counties offer excellent water rights, a 3,000-square-foot main log cabin home, 2,400-square-foot ranch manager’s home, two cowboy homes, a historic old ranch home, barns and shops. There are 800 irrigated acres and the ranch cuts 3,500 tons of hay with an additional 3,000 acres of irrigated and sub-irrigated meadows. It runs over 1,500 AU year round. This is a trophy Western cattle ranch. Price reduced by $2,000,001 to $16,999,999. Property ID: 14576 Black Rock Creek Ranch T California v El Dorado County v Pilot Hill This is one of the last large Sierra Foothill ranches left in California. Ideally located in El Dorado County between San Francisco and Lake Tahoe, the 1,321± acres give you plenty of room to roam. Two large lakes, creeks, waterfalls, miles of trails and a newer 6,200-square-foot custom lodge-style home, caretaker’s residence and helipad make it the perfect getaway. $9,900,000. Property ID: 42762 Mt. Shasta Majestic Retreat DRE# 01838294 707 Merchant Street, Suite 100 • Vacaville, CA 95688 707 455-4444 • 707 455-0455 fax firstname.lastname@example.org • www.californiaoutdoorproperties.com Todd Renfrew Broker/Owner Accredited Land Consultant T California v Siskiyou County v Mt. Shasta These 55 acres in Siskiyou County offer a spectacular 7,600-squarefoot Pioneer log home overlooking Lake Siskiyou with breathtaking Mt. Shasta in the background. It features four bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a loft, open floor plan, custom detailing, 1,700-square-foot deck and a three-car garage with living space above, all with amazing views of Mt. Shasta and Lake Siskiyou. This is a recreational wonderland with incredible opportunities for fishing, hunting, biking, golfing, boating, running and horseback riding! $3,750,000. Property ID: 41678 26 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West California Almond Orchard Las Flores Ranch T California v San Bernardino County v Hesperia These 600 charming acres are nestled in Summit Valley, surrounded by the San Bernardino Mountains and the Silverwood Lake Reservoir. There is abundant water and substantial income from water leases. Formerly operated as a thoroughbred training and breeding facility, there are six ranch homes lining the cul-de-sac at the end of the gated and tree-lined driveway from Route 173. The large and historical barn provides 40 individual stalls, with an additional 40 outside stalls. Enjoy easy access to the greater Los Angeles area and LAX. First time on the market and special in every way! $6,500,000. Property ID: 14264 T California v Yolo County v Woodland This 1,015-acre almond orchard lies 10 minutes from UC Davis and air transportation. This is one of the few large producing orchards available in California. Also available is an adjacent 40-acre parcel with 200,000 square feet of large storage buildings and another parcel, 69 acres of open ground with a 5,000-square-foot log home and several outbuildings. This is a spectacular, immaculate property. Please inquire for price. Property ID: 13612 Sharps Gulch Ranch T West Valley Ranch California v Siskiyou Co. v Fort Jones These 1,771 acres in Siskiyou County have a long history as a working ranch. There are two homes, a wood-sided hay barn near the corrals, pole barn and a shop. There are two ag wells and additional irrigation water from the Scott Valley Irrigation District. There is a pivot and five wheel lines for irrigating. Recreational opportunities abound with river frontage, ponds, 1,100+ acres of range and timberlands and a variety of wildlife. $2,600,000. Property ID: 41712 T California v Modoc & Lassen Counties v Likely These 3,342 acres feature 970 acres of West Valley Reservoir surface water and seven miles of shoreline, as well as 3+ miles of private spring-fed streams. It has the capacity to run 225 pair of cows from May to November. There is a BLM grazing permit for 50 AUMs. There are several outbuildings, large pole barn, located in the X3b deer zone and great waterfowl and fishing. $2,900,000. Property ID: 42058 DRE# 01838294 707 Merchant Street, Suite 100 • Vacaville, CA 95688 707 455-4444 • 707 455-0455 fax email@example.com • www.californiaoutdoorproperties.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 27 P Paulson’s Alsea River Ranch Oregon v Lincoln County v Waldport Paulson’s Alsea River Ranch has been operated as a top-notch Hereford and Black Angus cattle operation, and now the sellers are ready for retirement. The two-story custom home sits at the last set of rapids before tidewater, which provides fishing opportunities right out to the bay or Pacific Ocean. The 561 acres sit on both sides of the river, providing 3.9 miles of frontage. The ranch has barns with fenced and crossed-fenced working facilities. The property is private with unbelievable views of the Pacific Northwest mountains and greenery. The 330 wooded acres will produce a good income stream to go along with the monthly income from the cell tower lease. Don’t let this opportunity slip by! Priced to sell at $5,495,000. Offered by Timothy O’Neil, 541 480-3682 and Garrett Zoller, 541 944-8821. Property ID: 43347 T The Crooked Creek Ranch is the hub of the Wood River Valley just outside Fort Klamath. The ranch is one of the finest 158.5-acre, fully irrigated horse and cattle ranches in Southern Oregon and is the home of the Rodear Arena. The crystal-clear waters of Crooked Creek run the length of the ranch with its spring fed headwaters only a few yards off the ranch on the bordering U.S. Forest Service land. The entire ranch is fenced and cross-fenced and boasts some of the finest grazing pastures on the West Coast. Three gin-clear ponds have trophy- Crooked Creek Ranch Oregon v Klamath County v Ft. Klamath class tedband trout for fly-fishing enthusiasts. Elk and deer are known to frequent the ranch. The ranch home is a beautiful two-bedroom, two-bath log home that graces the north end of the property. The facilities include a hay barn, tack shed, shop with office, six portable horse sheds and the list goes on. There are two cozy cabins for guests. Rodear Arena hosts Oregon’s largest steer roping event, “Rope City”, as well as cutter events and cow/dog trials. The owner trains some of the finest cow dogs in the world. Rodear Arena is a complete roping facility with announcing stand, concession and aluminum bleachers. It includes 59 stalls with three stalls for cutting. There is a 110x110 cutting pen made of bolted fir planking and has a covered observation booth. You will never find a ranch this size with so much to offer! Only $995,000! Offered by Wes Walton, 541 840-8685 and Garrett Zoller, 541 944-8821. Property ID: 42511 Umpqua River Front E Oregon v Douglas County v Elkton Enjoy the Southern Oregon climate and lifestyle. Bring your horses, fishing rods and rifles too, as this beauty has it all! The custom executive home sits on the 45-acre, tree-lined parcel on the Umpqua River. One of the main features is the chef’s kitchen opening out onto the wraparound deck where you will enjoy the beautiful mountain and river views. The 85x52 barn/shop includes four horse stalls, a tack room and hay storage. The unlimited sporting opportunities that cover all four seasons include fall king salmon, winter steelhead, spring chinook and a summer run of over 3 million chad and smallmouth bass! The bonus is the private access to over half of a mile Umpqua River frontage. The fall season brings deer, duck and geese hunting to the ranch with spring wild turkey hunting to follow! With mild winter and summer seasons along with excellent soil makes this an ideal climate for multiple crops. Priced to sell at $835,000. Offered by Brad Schaffer 541 733-9727. Property ID: 43344 28 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West T This outdoor paradise is tucked away in the dazzling mountains of Southern Oregon; presenting views of the entire Rouge Valley and Siskiyou Mountain range. The ranch consists of 4,395± contiguously deeded acres and is just eight miles southeast of Ashland, offering the infamous Shakespearean festival, Southern Oregon University, a private airport, multiple fine dining restaurants and endless entertainment to your desires. With four LOP tags available and multiple state-record blacktail deer in the record books, this ranch could potentially be the finest Dauenhauer Sampson Creek Ranch Oregon v Jackson County v Ashland black tail hunting ranch currently offered. Backed by BLM and private parcels, this ranch flourishes with other wildlife. The open and rolling hills allow for elk, bear, cougar, upland game birds, coyotes and golden eagles possible to be seen at any given viewing. The recreational opportunities are extremely diversified in this area. Offered at $4,395,000. Garrett Zoller, 541 944-8821. Property ID: 43348 L Twin Pines Ranch Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point REDUCED! $1,995,000. Offered by Terry Hanscom, 541 944-4738. Property ID: 41849 Located in beautiful Southern Oregon in a private valley, among the majestic mountains, sits this 321-acre working cattle ranch. Featuring two custom homes, a studio apartment, covered 130x250 fully lighted arena and abundant hunting ground, this property is worth a look. Boasting a pool, hot tub, two RV hookups, gardens and waterfall, this is an ideal atmosphere for entertaining. Complimenting the land, you have the two equestrian barns featuring eight stalls with room to grow, two hay barns, two machine sheds with cold meat cutting rooms and 68+ acres irrigated with free water. Twin Pines Ranch has it all with elk, blacktail deer, bear, cougar and turkey; you won’t go hungry! This is truly a turn-key operation and price JUST Juniper Ridge Ranch Oregon v Grant County v Mt. Vernon P Perched on a ridge overlooking the majestic Strawberry Mountain Range, this private retreat offers a quiet respite far away from the noise and haste of everyday life. Abundant wildlife graze within view of the deck overlooking this vast countryside. Here is your weekend getaway, hunting refuge or full-time living resort. The Inn at Juniper Ridge offers additional income with seasonal overnight lodging. Guests plan excursions for outdoor recreation with all the comforts of home and enjoy the adjacent cabin called the “Cowboy Suite” next to the main headquarters overlooking Mary’s Reservoir. The reservoir provides fire suppression and is a watering area for wildlife. It offers a birds eye view of big game from the main cabin as well, and is stocked with trout in a peaceful setting among the shade trees, where you can feed the fish or relax on the dock after a long days work. 10% of this property is under income-producing restoration projects to enhance bird and wildlife habitat. The game numbers have had a steady increase in population due to spring and pond developments, juniper thinning and replanting of species for the wildlife buffer underway. Native grasses, sage and a variety of tree plantings complete the terrain. Being a steward of the land is the owners intent to continue to bring it to its highest and best use. Bringing the outdoors inside, the interior is etched with eight varieties of Oregon wood. The spacious cedar deck with hot tub offers a sanctuary of wildlife to observe at sunset or sunrise, until the stargazing begins to captivate the evening. The property is perimeter fenced and cross fenced and borders private landowners. LOP tags are in North Side Hunting Unit. There are also two tax lots with no improvements that the owners would consider selling separately. Call for your private showing of this unique offering! $1,100,000. Offered by Julie Mansfield-Smith, 541 934-2946 or 541 519-6891. Property ID: 42558 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 29 E Expansive tracts of true wilderness located within an hour’s drive of Colorado’s largest metropolitan area are virtually nonexistent, yet that precisely describes the Daymaker Ranch, Colorado’s Front Range Elk and Deer Hunting Preserve. The Daymaker occupies over six square miles (about 3,947 deeded acres) of prime Rocky Mountain foothill country adjoining Roosevelt National Forest. Loveland is a drive of only about 30 minutes via County Road, and Denver International Airport is only a little more than an hour away. $12,950,000. Property ID: 72458 Daymaker Ranch Colorado v Larimer County v Loveland P Beaver Valley Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs PRICE REDUCED! Hidden in the heart of one of Colorado’s last unspoiled mountain valleys, Beaver Valley Ranch is tailor-made for hunting and fishing of exceptional quality. Beaver Valley Ranch, accessible year-round, lies less than an hour southwest of Steamboat Springs and nestles against Routt National Forest on the flanks of the Beaver Flat Tops. Elk and deer have room to roam on its 2,665 acres, and plentiful rainbow and cutthroat trout to over 20 inches populate 4.5 miles of river. Reduced to $10,500,000 from $14,000,000. Property ID: 72456 Thunder Basin Ranch Wyoming v Laramie County v Cheyenne N NEW LISTING! Income opportunities are as abundant as antelope on Wyoming’s Thunder Basin Ranch, located only minutes west of Cheyenne. Investors looking for a producing cattle ranch that also has “sky’s-the-limit” potential as a hunting, energy or development property need look no further than the rolling hills of Thunder Basin Ranch. Thunder Basin Ranch contains 9,500 deeded acres, has ample water rights to irrigate 400 acres, and has 8,500 acres of mineral rights in the midst of the Niobrara oil and gas field. $9,500,000. Southern Cross Ranch W Dave Harrigan Hunter Harrigan 1781 Macom Drive • Sedalia, CO 80135 New Mexico Catron County v Pie Town World-class is no exaggeration when describing the exceptional trophy elk hunting on the 29,142-acre (18,535 deeded) Southern Cross Ranch in west-central New Mexico. The Southern Cross has been superbly managed for years to maintain its status as one of America’s premier hunting destinations. A spectacular 6,000-square-foot log lodge is the centerpiece of the ranch. With excellent year-round ac- 303 683-9090 • 800 524-1818 toll free firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com www.harriganland.com Santa Fe. $13,250,000. Property ID: 72457 cess, the “land of giants” is located only 2.5 hours from Albuquerque and 3.5 hours from 30 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West N New listing! Only 40 minutes from Aspen lies the 152-acre White Tip Ranch, a true wilderness retreat adjoining national forest on the very doorstep of one of the nation’s premier cultural and recreational communities. Few indeed are properties in which you can enjoy the strains of the Aspen Chamber Symphony or a final run down Aspen Mountain, and less than an hour later be hidden away in your personal enclave populated only by quaking aspen and elk. The White Tip Ranch is graced by a contemporary, 2,353-square-foot home with impressive views of Mount Sopris and a 3,600-square-foot barn. $3,495,000. White Tip Ranch Colorado v Pitkin County v Aspen Sawtooth Shadows Ranch Zephyr Meadows Ranch R New Mexico v Catron County v Datil Rugged scenery combined with trophy elk and mule deer herds makes the 21,700-deeded-acre Sawtooth Shadows Ranch a New Mexico dream ranch for sportsmen with a special appreciation world-class accommodations. The ranch itself for Southwestern culture, history and landscape. $10,900,000. Property ID: 72454 consists of 505 acres of prime Rocky Mountain real estate filled with an expansive irrigated meadow flanked by mixed woods of aspen and pine. Two sides of the ranch are bordered by the Arapahoe National Forest, providing a sense of seclusion and affording access to 32,000 acres of public land. Improvements on the ranch are first class with an immaculate 6,235-square-foot lodge and 4,440-square-foot custom home. $3,000,000. Property ID: 72482 N Colorado v Grand Co. v Grand Lake NEW LISTING! Zephyr Meadows Ranch virtually defines a four-season recreational ranch with Lazy H Ranch Colorado N Colorado v Douglas County v Larkspur NEW LISTING! The Lazy H Ranch in Douglas County is one of the finest equestrian ranches in the Front Range of Colorado. Everything on the ranch, from its 1,400 acres of rolling mountain grasslands to its 39,000-square-foot indoor riding arena, points to a property custom made for horses and horse lovers. Residential improvements include a 14,000-square-foot custom home and two 3,000+-square-foot guesthouses. $7,950,000. Property ID: 72461 Dave Harrigan Hunter Harrigan 1781 Macom Drive • Sedalia, CO 80135 303 683-9090 • 800 524-1818 toll free firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com www.harriganland.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 31 Birch Creek Hunting Reserve Utah v Rich County v Woodruff T The Birch Creek Hunting Reserve encompasses over 14 square miles of prime elk and mule deer habitat only 50 miles east of Ogden and just 90 miles from Salt Lake City. Excellent, private, jet-capable facilities are about 30 minutes south at Evanston, Wyoming. This 9,235-acre block of northern Utah land is only nine miles from the internationally renowned Deseret Livestock Ranch, which positively influences the Reserve’s elk, mule deer and moose populations. Its big game hunting tag allocations are for seven bull elk plus three mule deer bucks and two pronghorn bucks. The Reserve’s current zoning allows about 200 parcels, which creates very strong potential for a conservation easement and attendant tax advantages. This Strategic Large Land Holding is Very Competitively Offered at $7,305,950 – $850.00 per Deeded Acre. Please Contact Sam Sanders at 801-694-2092. T The Buehler Ranch Idaho v Oneida County v Malad The Buehler Ranch includes about 4,195 acres of prime mule deer, elk and upland bird habitat. Hunters love this place; it is nicknamed “The Buck Pasture”. The Ranch is about 20 miles northwest of Malad, Idaho and is an easy 2.5-hour drive from Salt Lake City. About 896 acres are enrolled in CRP and about 1,400 acres are being dry farmed. There are minimal improvements so the next owner can build as desired. Offered at $4,200,000 – $1,000.00 per Acre – Motivated Seller. Please Call Sam Sanders at 801-694-2092. Bates • Sanders • Swan Land Company Salt Lake City, Utah 800 819-9920 www.bateslandco.com 32 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West Lake Creek Retreat Utah v Wasatch County v Heber City T This 76-acre parcel of attractive mountain land is one of the most reasonably priced offerings to come to the Northern Utah land market in the past 15 years. It is conveniently located nine miles east of Heber City with paved frontage on Lake Creek Road, just 26 miles from Park City and only 44 miles from Salt Lake City. The rolling terrain is wonderful and contains beautiful groves of quaking aspen trees complimented by spruce, mountain oak and red maple. Small springs grace several lush, grassy parks. This inviting habitat attracts mule deer, elk and moose and also harbors wild turkey. This remarkable holding was recently rezoned for three homesites and ample water rights will be conveyed for development of domestic wells. Offered at $650,000 – $8,553.00 per Acre – Here is a Rare Opportunity to Create a Legacy Family Enclave and Choose a Couple of Neighbors if Desired. Please Call David Packer at 801-419-9932. Huff Creek Reserve Utah v Summit County v Coalville H Here is one of the most strategically situated blocks of deeded land in the Rocky Mountain West. Less than 60 minutes from Salt Lake City, this beautiful 3,400-acre block of land is at the end of a paved, county-maintained road. The Reserve is in a Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit to maximize its big game hunting potential. Other than perimeter and cross fences, there are no improvements–a true blank canvas for the next owner. It borders one of Utah’s largest deeded and professionally managed elk and mule deer hunting ranches. A beautiful reservoir and fine trout stream are just 20 minutes west. Zoned for about 20 homesites, this holding is a viable candidate for a conservation easement with the attendant tax deductions. Currently about 100 head of cattle are summer-grazed to maintain favorable “green belt” property tax treatment – $745 in 2011. Originally Offered at $5,300,000 – Now Reduced 25% to $3,978,000 by Motivated Seller – Only $1,170.00 an Acre! Please Call Sam Sanders at 801-694-2092. Bates • Sanders • Swan Land Company Salt Lake City, Utah 800 819-9920 www.bateslandco.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 33 C Circle B Ranch is 427± acres, of which 277± are irrigated, minutes from the farming community of Manhattan. The property features outstanding recreational attributes, including 1.6± miles of excellent fishing on Baker and V Creeks, 1.5± miles of West Gallatin River frontage and .4± mile of private fishing on Monk Spring Creek, that are perfectly complemented by the beautifully renovated five-bedroom, four-bath home. A garage with an upstairs studio, barn with guest quarters and a machine shop complete the homestead. Waterfowl and whitetail hunting in Circle B Ranch Montana v Gallatin County v Manhattan the fall is excellent on this property, and implementing a small grain crop could bring the pheasant hunting up to first-rate status. The collaboration of quality, location and amenities provide perfect balance to make this a truly unique and special experience. $6,900,000. Circle P Ranch on Sixteen Mile Creek Greyson Creek Ranch C Montana v Gallatin County v Maudlow Circle P Ranch’s 960± acres rise approximately 1,500 feet in elevation from the banks of Sixteen Mile Creek, near the historic railroad stop of Maudlow. Exceptionally private, the ranch is reached by a gated drive that follows the creek for over a mile before revealing the ranch compound. Circle P accommodates up to 12 people in two very comfortable off the grid, hand-hewn log cabins. The setting is uniquely serene, the Montana of yesteryear even though the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport is only about 40 minutes away. $2,650,000. G Montana v Broadwater County v Townsend Greyson Creek is a unique opportunity to own 2,430± acres of Montana mountain habitat that allows for unlimited recreational pursuits and the ability to enjoy some of the finest hunting in Montana. Approximately 1.5 miles of Greyson Creek provide ample opportunities for small stream fishing of cutthroat, rainbow and brook trout. In addition to Greyson Creek, there are numerous mountain springs and ponds. Given its proximity to national forest and state ground, the property offers access to thousands of additional acreage for recreational enjoyment. The property has been well-managed and has quality neighbors, the combination of which gives the property everything it needs to be a top property. This all lies within an hour’s drive of Helena. $2,250,000. Hamilton Meadows Cattle Ranch H Oregon v Jefferson County v Madras Hamilton Meadows Cattle Ranch is more than a home, more than a profitable cattle and crop acquisition and more than an investment; it is a true gem of a property you will yearn to call home. The ranch offers exquisite views of the Cascades, a luxurious home, 234 ± acres of productive land, irrigation improvements, barn and corrals for your horse or livestock operation, and an ideal setting near Madras, a family-friendly place with a small town atmosphere. Enjoy www.fayranches.com 395 Gallatin Park Dr. Bozeman, MT 59715 a luxurious 5,508±-square-foot, lodge-style home with vaulted open ceilings with 8” thick walls and radiant floor heating, workout room/studio off master suite, single-level home with gourmet kitchen and great room, large master suite and covered decks around house, rock juniper and custom wrought-iron throughout home, trophy room with separate entrance (could be a private quarters) and an attached garage with RV garage. $1,555,000. 800-238-8616 Invest & Enjoy 34 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West T The Thorbardin Ranch is a complete, wellbalanced cattle operation in the high plains northwest of Laramie. With 24 pastures for rotational grazing, 1,500+ acres of irrigated fields and a 1,000 head feedlot, this is a very productive ranch. The ranch is well suited for commercial cattle, purebred breeding cattle or a yearling stocker operation. Currently, the owners rate the ranch as a 1,000+ head cow/calf operation. The ranch has a good distribution of water ensuring cattle do not Thorbardin Ranch Wyoming v Albany County v Laramie have to travel far for drinking water. Thorbardin Ranch is close to the amenities of Laramie and all the University of Wyoming hometown has to offer. Hunting, outdoor recreation and exceptional fishing can be enjoyed on the ranch and in the immediate area. $6,400,000. Mission Creek Ranch Timber Creek Ranch Wyoming v Park County v Cody T Timber Creek Ranch represents a 557Âą-acre purchase opportunity for an extremely well Crazy Mountains to the north. Timbered ridges, rounded property that features excellent recreational amenities, equestrian facilities and very aspen draws, and beautiful open parks provide functional, well-maintained improvements. Anchoring the resources of the ranch is 1Âą mile home to an abundance of wildlife. In addition of the South Fork of the Shoshone River, a freestone fishery that offers world-class brown, to the diverse terrain, the property also houses rainbow and cutthroat fishing. Wildlife is abundant, with deer found year round on the many springs, creeks and two ponds, one of ranch, elk migrating through the fall and the occasional moose and bear sighting. About 30 which is stocked with trout. In the valley below, minutes outside the historic town of Cody, the ranch benefits from the cultural and historical the Yellowstone River, known for its worldamenities the area offers. This is a unique property that combines valuable resources, beauty renowned trout fishing, is a mere five miles away. and privacy within close proximity to a wonderful resort destination. $3,750,000. This property features a beautiful 3,525-squarefoot, energy-efficient home and abundant populations of elk, deer and other wildlife. Enjoy endless recreational pursuits on the ranch or in close proximity. The grandeur of this Livingston, Montana property is not to be denied. Mission Creek Ranch is truly one of a kind. $1,750,000. O Montana v Park County v Livingston stunning views, this Livingston Offering property is surrounded by the towering peaks of the Absaroka Range to the south and the Salmon Fly Ranch on the Big Hole River T Montana v Beaverhead County v Glen The Salmon Fly Ranch on the Big Hole River is named for the legendary hatch of salmon flies that occurs each June. This famous hatch is just one of several great hatches that occur on the Big Hole. With .75 of a mile of river frontage featuring incredible water to wade fish, the owner of the Salmon Fly Ranch can enjoy hours of peaceful fishing amidst the towering cottonwoods. Consisting of approximately 513.9 deeded acres, the Salmon Fly Ranch provides privacy and room to roam in a location that is easily accessed by paved road. The property is only 20 minutes to the university town of Dillon, Montana and 45 minutes to a commercial airport, yet has few lights to dim the stars at night. $1,750,000. www.fayranches.com 395 Gallatin Park Dr. Bozeman, MT 59715 800-238-8616 Invest & Enjoy Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 35 S Sunlight Ranch is the largest recreational ranch available in the Roaring Fork Valley, providing easy access to Aspen and Vail and just six miles from the resort town of Glenwood Springs. The 1,115-acre property includes over one mile of creek frontage, water rights, irrigated hay fields, stocked ponds, tended gardens and manicured landscaping. In addition to varied terrain on the ranch, it also adjoins the White River National Forest, providing unlimited recreational opportunities. This scenic and historic ranch comes complete with a main residence, numerous guest homes, barns and cabins, all in a tranquil, private setting with a mixture of lush meadows, cottonwood-lined creeks and tree-covered hillsides. $11,000,000. Contact Ken Mirr. Property ID: 71980 Sunlight Ranch Colorado v Garfield County v Glenwood Springs Sandy Ranch Utah v Garfield County v Torrey I Red Hill Ranch In scenic southern Utah adjoining Capitol Reef National Park lies the remarkable Sandy Ranch, a historic cattle ranch with 253,100± acres set in one of the most picturesque regions of the West. This income-producing property offers historic water rights, two large alpine reservoirs, numerous springs and wells, 550 acres of irrigated land producing over 2,000 tons of alfalfa hay and a self-sustaining operation producing high-quality natural beef cattle. This turn-key opportunity includes current cattle herd and calves, equipment, hay and tree inventory, main home, numerous guest and employee homes, historic cabins and cattle handling facilities. $9,500,000. Contact Ken Mirr. Property ID: 42087 T Colorado v Park County v Fairplay The Red Hill Ranch is a stunning 2,080±-acre big game sporting and recreational alpine ranch situated at the base of the Mosquito Range and Mt. Silverheels that shares four miles of boundary with the Pike National Forest. Just 30 miles from Breckenridge and 75 miles from Denver, it has aspen groves, firs and bristlecone pines, red rock outcroppings, expansive views of the surrounding mountain ranges, frontage along Trout Creek, bountiful wildlife and unlimited year-round recreation. $3,500,000. Contact Ken Mirr. Property ID: 42086 Brewer Ranch T 877 623-4545 www.MirrRanchGroup.com Wyoming v Sheridan County v Banner The Brewer Ranch represents a rare opportunity to own a privately situated ranch among the beautiful foothills of the Big Horn Mountains. This hay-producing cattle ranch can be used for equestrian and recreational reasons as well. At approximately 694 deeded acres, the property includes 235± acres of lush irrigated meadows, rolling grasslands and wooded draws. The ranch is wildlife rich, providing excellent habitat for upland game birds, turkey, deer, pronghorn and occasionally elk. Bordering 800± acres of Wyoming State lands, the property provides access to additional recreational opportunities, such as hunting, horseback riding, hiking, and fishing on Piney Creek. The ranch has excellent water making it a true turn-key operation. $5,400,000. Contact Duffy Brown. Property ID: 42081 915 South Pearl Street • Denver, CO 80209 rights for irrigation, and many upgrades to the irrigation equipment, fencing, and ranch buildings, 36 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West Trees Ranch Utah v Washington Co. v Springdale T C E The iconic 2,066 acre Trees Ranch adjoining Zion National Park in Springdale, Utah offers scenic landscapes, valuable water rights, a 60-acre lake, miles of river, irrigated fields and orchards, inimitable architecture, and historical sites. It is one of the most unique properties available in the West offering multiple uses ranging from a private retreat with conservation values, to a world class resort destination, to an interesting development opportunity. $25,000,000. Contact Ken Mirr. Property ID: 72449 Conveniently located in the foothills west of Fort Collins, the 592±-acre Phantom Lake Ranch is a private recreational enclave with four lakes, dramatic granite rock outcroppings, hay meadows, flowering pastures, aspens, pines, abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery surrounded on three sides by the Roosevelt National Forest. The property has numerous improvements, including the recently remodeled main home and guesthouse, restored historic cabin, manager’s home and barn. Near the quaint mountain village of Red Feather Lakes, Phantom Lake Ranch affords fishing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, hunting and numerous recreational opportunities on the property and on the surrounding public lands. $3,900,000. Contact Ken Mirr or Ed Roberson. Property ID: 42857 Entirely surrounded by the Pike National Forest and McArthur Gulch State Trust Lands, the 160-acre Stitt Ranch offers end-of the-road privacy rarely found so close to a major metropolitan area. Less than 1 hour from downtown Denver and minutes from the town of Bailey, the property is tucked in the hills just south of Highway 285 between the South Platte River and the Kenosha Mountains. The ranch features a home and other agricultural buildings, 480 acres of leased State Trust Lands, valuable and transferable water rights, year-round access off of a county-maintained road and 360-degree views of the surrounding mountains. $1,710,000. Contact Mac McWhorter. Property ID: 43473 Phantom Lake Ranch Colorado Larimer County v Red Feather Lakes Stitt Ranch Colorado v Park County v Bailey O On the southwestern slope of Greenhorn Mountain, this 325-acre mountain retreat offers peace and quiet less than three hours from Denver and only two hours from Colorado Springs. Ideally situated on the edge of the Wet Mountain Valley, the ranch and recently constructed home offer sweeping views of the rugged Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the south and west and the Wet Mountains to the north and east. The San Isabel National Forest and Turkey Creek Ranch Colorado v Huerfano Co. v Gardner Greenhorn Wilderness are less than a mile north of the property. The towns of Walsenburg and Westcliffe are within 30 minutes of the ranch and both offer general services, including restaurants, grocery stores and medical care. $1,895,000. Contact Mac McWhorter. Property ID: 42976 877 623-4545 915 South Pearl Street • Denver, CO 80209 www.MirrRanchGroup.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 37 4 To The Royal Ranch T Colorado v Douglas County v Castle Rock This majestic 50-acre horse ranch is minutes from prestigious Castle Rock. The estate boasts an exquisite 10,000+-square-foot home with every amenity and 360-degree views including the Rocky Mountains and privacy at the end of the road. There is a six-stall horse barn, hay barn, large toy barn/storage building along with another barn for smaller livestock. There is also an upscale guest home or second home with 2,200 square feet on the main level. The property is entirely fenced, including four lush pastures, loafing shed and outdoor arena. Pine trees, rock outcroppings, a seasonal waterfall and abundant wildlife make this a perfect ranch for the discriminating buyer. $2,995,000. Website: www.ranchland.com/4toroyal Listed by Karen Mikkelson. Property ID: 43084 Meadow Way Ranch O 38 South Dakota v Meade County v Sturgis One of the richest ranch resource offerings in todayâ€™s marketplace consisting of 8,184 acres with 7,634 deeded acres. Meadow Way Ranch offers an excellent cattle ranching resource together with minerals included. The property has good improvements and infrastructure necessary for the operation. The farmland is irrigated from riparian rights on the Belle Fourche River. There is a gravel deposit containing significant reserves of fine gravel and sands. A paved state highway borders the lands providing excellent access. The property has been family owned for over 80 years. Without question, Meadow Way Ranch is one of the finest ranches offered in western www.ranchland.com South Dakota. $5,200,000. Website: www.ranchland.com/meadowway Listed by: John Stratman. Property ID: 41741 877 207-9700 toll free Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West T The Niobrara River Grass Ranch consists of 4,080 acres and combines the ranching elements of grassland pasture and irrigated cropland with the recreation amenities of 2 miles of the Niobrara River bisecting the property. The grasslands comprise the majority of the acreage with approximately 3,240 acres in four primary pastures. The irrigated unit consists of nearly 160 acres with 120 acres under a pivot sprinkler system. The river parcels consist of two tracts consisting of 680+ acres. $2,881,500. Website: www.ranchland.com/niobrara Listed by: John Stratman. Property ID: 71895 Niobrara River Grass Ranch Nebraska v Sheridan County v Gordon Fort Collins Equestrian Center Colorado v Larimer County v Fort Collins I In Larimer County, the 39.71 acres of the Ft Collins Equine Center consist of a perfectly maintained facility that includes a 90x200 heated indoor area, 56 stalls, numerous outdoor arenas, paddocks, turnouts and ponds. The gated acreage is irrigated and landscaped with mature trees. The main home is 3,660 square feet and was extensively remodeled in late 2011. The open floor plan includes four bedrooms and five baths, all on one level. Enjoy views of the Rocky Mountains and great access. This is a successful operation for an individual, perfect for a 1031 Exchange or a personal horse ranch. It is set up to accommodate any horse discipline. The pride of ownership shows. Priced to sell. $1,700,000. Website: www.ranchland.com/ftcollinsequine Listed by: Karen Mikkelson. Property ID: 43355 H Hatchet Hills Ranch consists of the historic headquarters of the original Hatchet Ranch, once the largest ranch in Colorado, rich with historical significance. This ranch consists of 225 acres of prime ranchland with water rights adjudicated from the Greenhorn Creek, a seasonal tributary of the Arkansas River. Views of the San Isabel National Forest including the 10,180-foot Round Top Mountain and the 12,347-foot Greenhorn Mountains can be seen from nearly every corner of the ranch. The ranch has excellent improvements with three remodeled homes, a horse barn/authentic cowboy saloon/dance hall/recreation center, workshop, garage, storage sheds, wash station, machine shed, corrals, horse sheds and outdoor roping arena. This ranch has convenient access to Coloradoâ€™s eastern slope and would make an excellent location for an equestrian operation, livestock ranch, sports facility or simply a great place to raise a family. $1,500,000. Website: www.ranchland.com/hatchethills Listed by: John Stratman. Property ID: 72354 Hatchet Hills Ranch Colorado v Pueblo County v Pueblo www.ranchland.com 877 207-9700 toll free Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 39 Sybille Creek Ranch Armstrong Ranch I Wyoming v Platte County v Wheatland In heart of elk country with year-round access is a great combination of This well-balanced ranch has 2,516.80± acres just eight miles east of Kaycee. productive ranch land and recreational splendor with 11,953+ total acres: There are 2,051+ deeded acres of which 80± acres are flood-irrigated. The 4,910 deeded, 5,875 BLM lease and 1,168 state lease acres. Three miles of balance of the deeded acres along with the 438.8± acres of State and 27± year-round live water from Sybille Creek along with 17 solar and spring tanks acres of BLM lease lands are in native pastures with some cottonwood-lined strategically spread throughout the ranch provide ample water for livestock river bottoms which provide exceptional protection. Live water is provided by and wildlife. Improvements include a small cabin along with cattle handling the Powder River on the south end of the property. In addition to reservoirs corrals in the center of the ranch. Wildlife found on the ranch includes elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, turkeys, waterfowl, coyotes, bobcats, and the Powder River, water is provided on the ranch by three water wells along with several miles of buried pipeline servicing multiple tanks. All the T Wyoming v Johnson County v Kaycee mountain lions, Hungarian partridge and sage grouse. $5,000,000. Cory pasture tanks are rubber tire tanks with concrete centers for year-round use and there are two buried storage tanks incorporated in the pipeline system Clark, 307 334-2025 or Scott Leach, 307 331-9095. Property ID: 43415 for additional water storage. The ranch includes a very nice 2,500-squarefoot, four-bedroom, three-bath, ranch-style home; newer 30x40 pole frame calving barn and a full set of pipe corrals. $1,500,000. Cory Clark, Denver Gilbert or Mark McNamee, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 43413 White River Ranch 2 Nebraska v Sioux County v Harrison 2,300± deeded acres of breath-taking, recreational amenities 7± miles east of Harrison with heavily sodded grass pastures and pine and cedar treecovered hillsides. Its many draws and cottonwood-lined creek bottom provide ample protection for livestock and wildlife. Reliable stock water J-King Ranch is provided by three windmills, a solar-powered well and 1.5± miles of Enjoy this high desert ranch with sweeping vistas of surrounding mountains the White River that flows year-round along the northern part of the on the county line between Fremont and Natrona Counties off U.S. Highway ranch. The ranch offers excellent habitat for several species of wildlife: 20-26, 37± miles east of Shoshoni, 57 miles east of Riverton and 77 miles elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, wild turkeys and antelope as well as fishing west of Casper. 6,773± deeded acres, 2,440± State of Wyoming lease acres, opportunities provided by the White River. There are no improvements 7,120± BLM lease acres combine for a total 16,333+ contiguous acres. Ample E Wyoming v Fremont County v Shoshoni on the ranch; however, electricity is available as are several homesites. water is provided throughout the ranch by eight electric submersible wells to tire tanks with float systems. A set of working corrals are located in the $1,715,000. Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 14536 center of the ranch just half mile west of the county road that traverses through the ranch. The J-King Ranch has been developed over the years to maximize the convenience and efficiency of the summer grazing operation. Four large pastures along with a couple of smaller pastures make the ranch quite functional and easy to rotate the cattle during the summer. Historically, the owner has run approximately 1,000 head of yearlings for Cory Clark, Broker Mark McNamee, Associate Broker • Denver Gilbert, Associate Broker five months. Abundant wildlife is found on the ranch, including mule deer, 307 334-2025 www.clarklandbrokers.com antelope, and numerous small game animals. $1,450,000. Cory Clark, 307 351-9556 or Mark McNamee, 307 760-9510. Property ID: 43417 40 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West Pine Ridge Ranch E Wyoming v Johnson County v Kaycee KJ Ranch Exceptional 28,453+-acre low-overhead grass ranch 11 miles from Kaycee: 25,973± deeded acres , 880± BLM acres and 1,600± state lease acres. It is easily-accessible year-round and owner rated at 700 cow/calf pairs yearround. An excellent water system supplies water to 39 tanks strategically located throughout the ranch along 30± miles of pipeline. Numerous reservoirs provide additional water for livestock and wildlife. Outstanding improvements include three custom-built log homes constructed in 1999, each with many outstanding features as well as indoor and outdoor cattle-working facilities, pipe corrals, barns, arena, certified scales, feedlot which includes a seven-bin feed storage and mixing system with covered unloading area, shop and much more. Beautiful views of the Big Horn Mountains and Pine Ridge to the west. Abundance of wildlife including trophy mule deer, upland game birds, turkeys, and antelope. Listing price includes half of all mineral rights owned by seller. $9,200,000. Cory Clark, Mark McNamee or Denver Gilbert, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 13276 O Colorado v Elbert County v Agate Only an hour east of Denver, Colorado, just west of the town of Agate, at the end of a well-maintained gravel road off I-70 lies the beautiful KJ Ranch. The topography of the contiguous 6,400±-acre ranch features well-sodded grass pastures, rolling hills, draws, canyons, bluffs, and scattered cedar trees. There are numerous springs and dams that provide plenty of places to water and protection for livestock and wildlife. The view of the early morning sun while sitting on the front porch of the 3,500-square-foot custom log home is amazing. Within an hour of DIA, the KJ Ranch is accessible while still offering quiet seclusion. $5,129,500. Logan Schliinz, 970 222-0584. Property ID: 43418 A Mill Iron Ranch Hutton Ranch P Wyoming v Johnson County v Kaycee Paved road access to an excellent well-balanced winter ranch with 4,831+ acres 10 miles east of Kaycee. There are 1,684+- deeded acres with 100± irrigated acres. The balance of deeded acres and the 3,147 BLM lease acres are in native pastures with some cottonwood-lined river and E creek bottoms that provide exceptional protection. Water is provided Extremely well-balanced, contiguous ranch consisting of 5,063+ deeded by several springs, the Powder River, Dead Indian Creek, five reservoirs acres, 640± State of Wyoming lease acres, 1,545.19± BLM acres, and 600 and two water wells, one of which is piped to multiple tanks and one of private lease acres for a total of 7,848.19± acres located just 22 miles the reservoirs. Improvements include a 1,200-square-foot, two-bedroom, northwest of Hulett, Wyoming. This 300 head ranch boasts 350 acres of two-bath home, 40x60 shop with concrete floor, new horse barn and hay ground. This exceptionally well-watered ranch has over two miles of very nice set of metal working corrals. $1,750,000. Cory Clark, Mark the Little Missouri River, over two miles of Mule Creek, more than four miles TL Creek, four solar wells, five artesian wells along with 14± runoff and spring-fed reservoirs throughout the ranch. Used in conjunction with other lease land in the immediate area, this ranch sustains one of Crook County’s premier hunting and outfitting businesses which provides some of the finest mule deer, whitetail, el, and antelope hunting in a threestate area. Very well maintained, clean and functional improvements include two residences, two hunting cabins, a shop, a barn, two openface loafing sheds and an exceptional set of working pens. $4,900,000. Mark McNamee, 307 760-9510. Property ID: 43416 McNamee or Denver Gilbert, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 43412 Wyoming v Crook County v Hulett Cory Clark, Broker Mark McNamee, Associate Broker • Denver Gilbert, Associate Broker 307 334-2025 www.clarklandbrokers.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 41 Shadow Mesa Ranch 708 Acres P Sanburg Cerro Ranch Colorado v Delta County v Cedaredge Private, exclusive, surreal, majestic: welcome to Shadow Mesa Ranch. Located 3.5 miles west of Cedaredge, this ranch encompasses the top of a private mesa. Bordered to the east by Ward Creek and the west by George Creek, the ranch has multiple sources of year-round flowing streams. Ranging in elevation from 5,800 feet up to 6,200 feet, the ranch is the ideal elevation for a year-round residence. The combination of 270± acres of irrigated fields along with 440± acres of grazing pasture provides the perfect habitat for livestock and wildlife. Vegetation is a mix of irrigated meadow, sage flats and pinion and juniper trees. Features include a newly remodeled 3,126-square-foot home, shop, caretaker’s home, working corrals, hay barn, engineered irrigation system, numerous outbuildings and tremendous mountain views spanning the horizon. $4,200,000. Property ID: 41740 1,420 Acres L Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose Located 11 miles northeast of Montrose is a productive mountain ranch. Used primarily as summer pasture for livestock, this is the perfect operation for the big game hunter with 100 head of cattle. The ranch ranges in elevation from 7,300 to 8,800 feet. Vegetation is a mix of sage and oak-covered hillsides, open meadows and pinion and juniper trees. Tremendous mountain views span the horizon in all directions. Priced to sell. $2,160,000. Property ID: 41542 Bostwick Park Ranch 1,019 Acres Joseph C. Burns Bryan W. Walchle 21263 Hwy 550 • Montrose, CO 81403 L Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose Located 11 miles northeast of Montrose, is a spectacular executive ranch. Positioned at the west end of Bostwick Park, this ranch perches atop an irrigated mesa overlooking vast meadows to the east, the town of Montrose to the west, huge San Juan Mountain views to the south and the Black Canyon National Monument to the north. The property ranges in elevation from 6,200 to 7,269 feet with 290± acres of flat mesa top with the balance in adobe hillsides. Features include 100 irrigated acres, over two miles of escarpment and world-class mule deer hunting. Price reduced to $1,650,000. Property ID: 41541 970 249-4300 phone • 970 249-1313 fax www.eagleland.com 42 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West M Shinn Park Ranch 631 Acres Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose Minutes from the bustling agricultural town of Montrose, this ranch is a quick drive from town, yet positioned to allow for supreme serenity. At an elevation of 7,000 to 7,400 feet, the ranch produces an abundance of grass and alfalfa mix hay on the 350 acres of irrigated meadow. Overlooking the valley to the south with the backdrop of the San Juan peaks is a custom 6,980-square-foot timberframe home. Featuring six bedrooms and five baths, this home is warm and inviting. Ranch includes extensive livestock working facilities, indoor arena, several barns, corrals, shop and a three-bedroom manager’s home. $5,200,000. Property ID: 41540 H Have you ever driven by a property and the setting was so riveting that it took your breath away? If so, you may have driven by the Triple 8 Alpine Ranch. It is even more amazing the closer you get to the facilities. The ranch is 39.5 miles from Montrose and 43.5 miles from Gunnison in an enchanted setting surrounded by a blanket of dark timber and aspen trees that back up to thousands of acres of public land. It ranges in elevation from 9,600 to 10,000 feet. This elevation is the ideal for lush forests, abundant wildlife and cool nights. The ranch features a hand-constructed log home with museum quality craftsmanship, numerous outbuildings, abundant wildlife, a large fishing pond and beautiful mountain views. $2,945,000. Property ID: 43481 Triple 8 Ranch Colorado v Gunnison County v Alpine Plateau X Quarter Circle Bar Ranch Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose 2,175 Acres T This ranch is 20± miles west of Montrose on the Uncompahgre Plateau. Offering a small hunting cabin, beautiful mountain views, great fishing in spring-fed streams, wooded draws, abundant wildlife and national forest access on two sides, this place has it all. The ranch is currently used for recreation, hunting and summer livestock grazing. $4,995,000. Property ID: 71774 Joseph C. Burns Bryan W. Walchle 21263 Hwy 550 • Montrose, CO 81403 970 249-4300 phone • 970 249-1313 fax www.eagleland.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 43 Colorado equestrian/farming estate has all the amenities necessary for agricultural development, the equestrian enthusiast and limitless outdoor recreation. Located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the Lazy J Bar S Ranch is an unrivaled horse haven located near Loveland, Colorado—one of the distinctive art communities of the western states and the recipient of numerous awards as one of the greatest places to live in the United States. From all sides, the Lazy J Bar S Ranch is surrounded by both natural landmarks and city amenities. The majestic Rocky Mountains frame the F Lazy J Bar S Ranch, LLC 326± Acres Colorado v Larimer County v Loveland Framed by majestic mountains, this stunning property to the west and in 40 minutes you are entering the 265,761-acre Rocky Mountain National Park, home to abundant wildlife and a plethora of recreational opportunities, including hiking along Trail Ridge Road (which rises over 12,000 feet), mountain biking and exceptional wildlife viewing. A 30-minute drive to the north takes you to the world-class Colorado State University Equine Veterinary Hospital and the fun and intriguing, historic Old Town Fort Collins with shopping, dining, theaters, art, parades, festivals and more! A short 55-minute drive to the south takes you to Denver and the Denver International Airport. This four-season equestrian facility boasts both rolling and flat terrain, which helps create wonderful riding trails and is the perfect environment for a wildlife sanctuary. There are huge open spaces with agricultural and recreational values. Irrigation water and a long history of good stewardship allow the two hay sheds to be filled with more than 13,000 bales of hay plus overflow! In addition, the property has many desirable facilities, including runs and/or stalls for 103 horses, as well as an indoor heated arena with tongue-and-groove varnished wood walls and overhead sprinkler system for dust control. For entertaining guests and business clients, the ranch also includes air-conditioned offices, a business center, comfortable lounge, multiple meeting rooms and restrooms. Designed by the notable Charles de Kunffy, an award-winning equestrian, popular clinician, sought-after dressage judge and prolific writer, the Lazy J Bar S Ranch dressage arena includes judging stands and bleachers for viewers. The nearby outdoor show arena features an announcer stand, bleachers and stadium lights for all-day shows and events. Enjoy over 10 kilometers of riding and driving trails. The property also includes a 5/8s mile regulation racetrack with a two-horse starting gate, a jumping arena, driving arena, three fishing ponds and two live streams for Please call for additional properties available, but not listed in this advertisement. excellent water and irrigation. There are even some ancient cottonwoods, which are home to a pair of eagles. The owner’s main ranch house offers the perfect venue and all the amenities for entertaining family and guests or simply finding a private retreat at the end of a long day. In addition to the main home, the ranch offers three additional homes for guests. There is also a rustic line shack in the vicinity of the historic Overland Trail, an old stagecoach/wagon trail famous for running mail and passengers to Salt Lake City in the early 1860s. From all Linda Sioux Stenson 970 215-9044 • 970 613-0700 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lindastensonrealestate.com four corners, the Lazy J Bar S Ranch is touched by the beauty and the history that defines the Colorado legacy. For the owner of this incredible ranch, one can spend the morning as an equestrian, an afternoon immersed in recreation and be home in the evening just in time to catch the sight of an unbelievable sunset over the Rocky Mountains. $2,750,000. 44 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West R recreation Remuda Ranch contains 64 phenomenal acres in Northern Colorado currently operating as a horse training facility and horse hotel. Enjoy multiple lush pastures for grazing rotation. Highly recognized High Craft Builders out of Fort Collins built a luxury apartment above the main barn. There is plenty of irrigation water, springs, sub-irrigated pastures plus large ponds stocked with trophy bass, crappie, catfish and carp (photo of Chad LaChance of the TV show Fishful Thinker with Equestrian/Recreation Ranch Colorado v Weld County v Fort Collins/Windsor one of his catches on this property). There is plenty of waterfowl/hunting, rolling terrain, privacy and spectacular mountain views. Minutes to Fort Collins or Windsor, the ranch is very close to Harmony Golf Club. All improvements are of the highest quality. The property does not border any county roads. Live water on this property is plentiful and year round. As there is not enough room here to fully describe this rare find, call, text or email Dave for a complete packet and your chance to view and own this spectacular once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. For a complete property description and additional photos, go to www.Equestrian-Recreation.com. $2,000,000. Please call for additional properties available, but not listed in this advertisement. Dave Trujillo, Partner 970 222-0340 email@example.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 45 T This spectacular, 620-acre, pristine ranch is five miles from Big Timber and has unparalleled views of the eastern slopes of the Crazy Mountains with two year-round creeks, wildlife and upland birds. The 7,200-square-foot trophy house boasts many custom features such as an exquisite new gourmet kitchen with Viking appliances, floor-to-ceiling field stone fireplaces and three-car garage. The fully restored, authentic homestead cabin overlooking a stocked trout pond, a 44x96 metal building and a four-stall horse barn with tack room/office complete the package. $2,500,000. Diamond â€˜Sâ€™ Ranch Montana v Sweet Grass County v Big Timber Slot-I Ranch W Montana v Sweet Grass County v Big Timber With 948 deeded acres (1.5 sections) and terrain that varies from rolling grasscovered hills to steep rimrock buttes and natural pastures, Slot-I Ranch provides an unparalleled working ranch with 360-degree mountain views. Livestock water has been thoughtfully developed, along with two large ponds and seasonal spring-fed creeks. A newly remodeled main residence, built in 2006, wonderful guesthouse, great equipment building, working corrals and a barn complete this panoramic parcel. $2,370,000. Mile High Valley Ranch Montana v Sweet Grass County v Big Timber Philip Land 127 McLeod P.O. Box 1025 Big Timber, MT 59011 406 932-6892 office 406 932-4997 fax firstname.lastname@example.org www.thelandbrokers.net O Only minutes from the fabulous Crazy Mountains and the spectacular Big Timber Canyon Falls, this 276-acre property has total privacy and tranquility. The newly remodeled, three-bedroom, threebath, ranch-style home with covered wraparound porch offers breathtaking views of the Crazy Mountains, Absaroka Beartooth Range and the Yellowstone River Valley. An oversized three-car garage with ample storage and the original barn and corrals add to the quiet setting. $895,000. 46 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West Quintessential Woody Creek Colorado v Pitkin County v Aspen T This 35-acre ranch with the Woody Creek meandering through the length of the property is ideal for fishing, picturesque walks and trail rides that connect to the entire Rio Grande trail system. It speaks to the heart on multiple levels, embracing your senses. Drive through a private gateway to the enchanting 12,356-square-foot Italian-style farmhouse—perfect for intimate gatherings to more formal events. A caretaker’s cottage/guesthouse adjoins a four-stall heated state-of-the-art barn with outside runs. There are three outdoor lighted paddocks with shelters for six horses and multiple large irrigated pastures with year-round live water. A charming historic barn, regulation-size roping arena (large enough for stick and ball practice or a jumping course), hay barn, equipment storage building and three picturesque ponds for irrigation complete your magnificent ranch. Your Colorado ranch lifestyle is just a beautiful 15-minute drive to Aspen! www.BraunRanch.info Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty Carol Dopkin 415 E. Hyman • Aspen, CO 81611 970 429-6046 • 970 618-0187 cell email@example.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 47 Hidden Springs Ranch: 55 Acres SW Ranch: 124 Acres O Colorado v Grand County v Granby Overlooking the Colorado River just below, this new equestrian center includes a terrific caretaker’s home, indoor riding arena and 18 stalls. The property backs directly to BLM land then national forest. Other improvements include an equipment barn, loafing shed, spring for livestock, round pens and an outdoor arena. This can be a commercial facility. No HOA. The property is in a high-visibility location, central to Summit City and Winter Park and 90 minutes northwest of Denver. $695,000. Property ID: 43485 T Colorado v Park County v Jefferson These 124 acres lie above the Tarryall River. The magnificence of the land is surpassed only by the improvements. There are two homes of finest quality (new main home), an indoor pool house and a big shop/barn. Enjoy complete privacy, yet one hour to Breckenridge or Denver. Walk to fish on the river below. Wildlife abounds year round. Immense rock outcroppings, thick forests give this a park-like setting. There are no covenants or restrictions on this astounding property. $2,950,000. Property ID: 72873 Sweetwater Ranch: 300 Acres Colorado v Park County v Fairplay T Winter Hawk Ranch: 375 Acres The South Platte River meanders through for one mile. There are several large fishing ponds, miles of fencing, well-watered pastures, two homes, more than a dozen barns, stables and an indoor riding arena. The ranch is 40 minutes to skiing at Breckenridge, two hours to Denver and backs National Forest. $1,599,000. Property ID: 72892 Running Elk Ranch: 1,831 Acres Colorado v Park County v Fairplay E Colorado v Park County v Guffey Trout Creek flows through the center of this alpine cattle ranch. Enjoy complete privacy, yet one mile off Highway 9. There are dozens of restored indeed the case. Enjoy several small springs/ponds and tree-covered hillsides. buildings of all sizes and uses. Adjacent State Elk Preserve allows for Two homes enjoy the commanding views of high mountains in all directions. hunting in season and year-round riding. The ranch is 40 minutes to The ranch backs to state land that backs to national forest. It is just 90 minutes Breckenridge and two hours to Denver. $1,500,000. Property ID: 72893 to Breckenridge or Colorado Springs. $949,999. Property ID: 70494 Elk and deer roam through as though there is no one else around, which is T Girten Land Company Art Girten, Broker/Owner Realtors Land Institute Box 9825 • Breckenridge, CO 80424 Blue Sky Ranch: 891 Acres 970 485-0572 www.girten.com • firstname.lastname@example.org M Colorado v Park County v Hartsel Many 14,000-foot snowcapped peaks are in clear view. This ranch has vistas to inspire for an entire lifetime. The five-bedroom home sits up high in the trees overlooking the protected pasture below. Additional homes can be built with the same stunning setting. State land next door allows you to ride to the big fishing lake seen below. Breckenridge is an hour away. There is nothing like this for the price! $999,999. Property ID: 6646 48 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West S Surrounded, as far as the eye can see, by mountains outstanding and valleys and to brimming purchase a with abundant wildlife, BMT Ranch offers opportunity working horse and alfalfa ranch in San Miguel’s countryside. Encompassing 891± acres, the ranch is complemented by a main home, two guest cottages, a foreman’s and multiple employee residences, numerous outbuildings, barns and equestrian facilities including a training track. Water is supplied by multiple wells. Prior to being developed into a BMT Ranch California v Monterey County v San Miguel thoroughbred ranch, the land, now known as BMT Ranch, was a dryland grain and cattle ranch. In the mid-1960s the ranch was purchased by JC Dellinger and developed into Deerwood Stock Farms, which at its peak ran a couple hundred horses. $6,000,000. Property ID: 10750 T Singletree Ranch California v Monterey County v Parkfield The remarkable, 350±-acre Singletree Ranch is in the quaint community of Parkfield, just 30± miles northeast of California’s Central Coast Wine Country. The gently rolling hills and oak-studded landscape provide beautiful valley and mountain views, lavish flora and bountiful wildlife. Singletree Ranch is improved with a ranch-style home, apartment/bunkhouse, shop, barns, outbuildings, rodeo arena, pipe pasture fence and dog kennels. Offering plentiful recreational activities and gorgeous countryside, Singletree Ranch presents abundant opportunity amid a pristine setting. $1,950,000. Property ID: 41872 E Encompassing 5,048± acres, Winnemucca Ranch, a large cattle ranch, is in a scenic setting 30± miles north of Reno and comprised of 67 deeded parcels. This offering includes a BLM grazing allotment, water rights and long-term approval for a 5,000-home master-planned community. The BLM allotment consists of 48,000± acres and authorizes 3,230± active AUMs. Most of the deeded property is in what is known as Upper Dry Valley and Lower Dry Valley, whose floors feature irrigated meadows and natural springs flowing from the mountainsides. $4,500,000. Property ID: 43498 Winnemucca Ranch Nevada v Washoe County v Reno/Sparks T Twist Ranch California San Luis Obispo County v Paso Robles This very usable 175±-acre ranchland with great homesites and two certificated parcels is in an area of wine grapes and horse ranches. The headquarters parcel includes three residences, several barns, numerous outbuildings and a 200± gpm well. 74± acres have been farmed to various crops. Fantastic building site within the building envelope, which has 360-degree views of the surrounding valleys and hills. $2,600,000. Property ID: 5147 Pete Clark 1031 Pine Street • Paso Robles, CA 93446 805 238-7110 office 805 238-1324 fax email@example.com www.clarkcompany.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 49 T Saddle Tree Ranch Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance This picturesque ranch on the west side of the Black Hills has over five miles of Inyan Kara Creek running through the valley. The ranch includes 5,392 deeded acres, 640 state lease acres and 480 BLM lease acres. Enjoy creek bottoms, valleys, deep draws, high plateaus and wooded hills with pine, cedar, oak, cottonwood and aspen. There are two creeks, wells, springs and reservoirs. Historically, some fields along Inyan Kara Creek have been irrigated. Enjoy miles of trails for horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, ATVs, snowmobiling or cross-country skiing. There are elk, deer, antelope and turkey in the area, as well as two sets of improvements. This exceptional ranch lies 20 miles from Sundance and less than five miles from I-90. $7,791,440. Property ID: 13031 Oak Creek Retreat T Lazy JS Ranch Wyoming v Crook County v Aladdin This impressive 186-acre Black Hills property has a one-of-a-kind home that combines maximum efficiency with detailed elegance. From the time you enter this one-level home, you will feel the grand sense of spoiled luxury you’ve always deserved. It has an inviting atmosphere and an open floor plan designed for entertaining guests. Many custom features include a deluxe kitchen, custom cabinetry, solid Caesar stone countertops, spacious master suite, spa tub, fireplace, hardwood flooring, French doors and a wraparound covered porch. There is a guesthouse, horse barn, shop and outdoor riding arena. This handsome country estate is an exceptional find that combines picturesque surroundings, a distinctive home for lavish living and a great set of outbuildings. $1,387,000. Property ID: 43086 T Wyoming v Weston Co. v Newcastle This low overhead yearling or cow/calf operation in northeastern Wyoming has 8,916 acres (5,195 deeded, an adjacent 3,641-acre National Grass- This incredibly scenic, 161-acre Black Hills lands grazing permit and 80 state lease acres). property, three miles west of Sundance and This hard-grass country lies between Newcastle adjacent to Highway 14, has year-round access and Wright and adjacent to Highway 450. Live- in a very private, beautiful setting. At the top stock water is strategically located throughout of Rupe Hill with dramatic views, the property the ranch with five wells on the deeded land, has many sites where a cabin or home could two wells on the leases and two seasonal creeks. be tucked in the woods and feature a gorgeous T The ranch borders the Thunder Basin National panorama. The landscape includes rolling Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance Grasslands. Big game includes mule deer and hills, steep country with pine and bur oaks antelope. Here is a combination of productive and hidden parks. Awesome vistas surround the property with the Black Hills, the Bear Lodge cattle country with good water resources, excel- Mountains and Sundance Mountain on the horizon. $500,000. Property ID: 14694 lent year-round access and recreational potential. $2,500,000. Property ID: 14543 Rupe Hill Property T Dead Horse Flats Retreat South Dakota v Custer County This secluded property in elk country has 88 acres bordering Black Hills National Forest on three sides. Set at 5,600 feet, the property has hay meadows and hills with pine and aspen, two log cabins, a schoolhouse and pole barn. In the Dead Horse Flats area close to Gillette Canyon and South Antelope Spring, this is a great out-of-the-way place for a hunting camp, summer retreat or a snowmobile destination. It Jim Pederson 505 W. Main Street • Newcastle, WY 82701 307 746-2083 www.eranches.com is so remote you’ll feel like you’ve gone back in time. $349,000. Property ID: 13411 50 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West Heritage Mansion & Ranch Estate Nevada v Douglas County v Gardnerville T The Heritage Mansion and 240-acre ranch estate is truly a rare offering in northern Nevada. Proximity to Lake Tahoe, the amount of acreage, privacy, water features, history, etc. make this a one-of-a-kind real estate offering! The brick mansion incorporates the best of the old and captures the rich Carson Valley ranch history. There are many highest and best uses for this unique ranch property including; private family compound, a second-home family retreat, foundation facility, winery (possibly), wellness center, corporate retreat, equestrian center, etc.Â $7,950,000. Motivated seller. Property ID: 43106 Woodward Ranch Nevada v Humboldt County v Denio W Woodward Ranch, with 1,536 deeded acres, is a classic Nevada cattle ranch that still retains the valuable water rights, private grazing rights, location, views and has a balance of pristine high elevation Pine Forest Mountain land and farm ground. The ranch would make a nice guest ranch, equestrian operation, hunting retreat, working livestock operation, shared ownership ranch getaway, private family ranch compound, dude ranch, etc. $3,750,000. Property ID:Â 42981 Reno Meadow Ranch Nevada v Washoe County v Reno Lovelock Ranch Estate Pete Nevin Kathy Courtney L Nevada v Pershing County v Lovelock Located 89 miles east of Reno, this spectacular home sits Located 10 minutes from the Reno/Tahoe International on 160 acres with the Humboldt River running through Airport along Highway 395 and just south of Reno lies this it. $649,000. Property ID: 43404 unique, 123-acre ranch. $1,850,000. Property ID: 43401 L 770 Trademark Dr. Reno, NV 89521 775 829-2122 office 775 201-2440 fax www.FarWestRealEstate.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 51 Lazy Dog Ranch Colorado v Telluride $2,650,000 www.LazyDogRanchWilsonMesa.com Property ID: 41578 McKenzie Springs Ranch Colorado v Telluride $1,190,000 www.McKenzieSpringsEquestrianRanch.com Property ID: 73044 THE 52 HARVEY TEAM George R. Harvey, Jr. Owner/Broker Colorado Realtors Land Institute Land Broker of the Year - 2007 P.O. Box 2283 • Telluride, CO 81435 • 970 729-0111 cell • 970 728-5058 e-fax www.TheHarveyTeam.net • George@TheHarveyTeam.net “Put Our Real Estate Networks to Work for You” Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West High Mesa Lodge Deep Lake Canyon Ranch N Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta Nothing short of amazing, this 97±-acre ranch features beautiful country and the most luxurious home imaginable. Includes seven fireplaces, over nearly a mile of Littlerock Creek, 35± miles northwest of Cody. Completely 2,000 square feet of covered decks, home theater, wine cellar, library, fenced, the property offers great hunting and fishing. $1,500,000. Listed detached 2,000-square-foot apartment and can house 18 vehicles under by FWRE of Wyoming, Jack Kavanaugh. Property ID: 41968 roof! The views of the nearby Spanish Peaks will take your breath away. $3,500,000. Broker: Bob Pierotti. Property ID: 41966 T Wyoming v Park County v Cody This is a rare opportunity to own 101± acres of gated privacy inside the 2.5-million-acre Shoshone National Forest. This forest inholding offers Old Ross Homestead Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta Wagner Ranch P Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta T This 70-acre ranch and luxury home are one of the finest properties in the Wahatoya Valley of southern Colorado. The totally renovated, historic structure rivals the highest-end homes of the area. Lush hay meadows and the live water along Wahatoya Creek provide for wildlife. Incredible views! $1,250,000. Broker: Paul Machmuller. Property ID: 43366 Perhaps one of the finest cattle ranches in southern Colorado, the 1,280±-acre Wagner Ranch combines the 320±-acre Homestead Ranch and the 960±-acre Cattle Range Ranch. Together, they make a top-notch cattle operation. Together with several wells, several catch ponds ensure abundant water for livestock and wildlife. $3,300,000. Broker: Paul Machmuller. Property ID: 41971 Bader Gulch Ranch Sybille Creek Wildlife Ranch L Wyoming v Washakie County v Ten Sleep Located between Ten Sleep and Buffalo, the 1,740±-acre Bader Gulch Ranch is a true slice of paradise. The live water of Bader Gulch provides a prime wildlife habitat. It is currently used for summer grazing and several fine build sites exist. $1,295,000. Listed by FWRE of Wyoming. Susan Pokorny and Timmery Hellyer. Property ID: 42728 ® L Wyoming v Platte County v Wheatland Located on Sybille Creek, 25 miles southwest of Wheatland, there is .75± mile of Sybille Creek flowing through the 400±-acre property. Wild turkey and deer are abundant with the occasional elk. Irrigation rights with early priorities go with the property and there are modest improvements. $910,000. Listed by FWRE of Wyoming. Lee Shoop. Property ID: 41970 7901 Southpark Plaza #216 • Littleton, CO 80120 800 754-0544 • 303 534-4822 www.fullerwestern.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 53 Fantastic Equestrian Facilities Oregon v Jackson Co. v Eagle Point T There are multiple dwellings with a potential for two spectacular, additional homesites on 362.7 acres and 220 acres of irrigated ground. A wine grape study shows 180 potential vineyard acres. This ranch is offered at well below replacement cost. From an engineered drainage system to a well-designed 240x120 covered arena with attached viewing area, multiple wash rack, tack rooms and fitting facility to a 40x40 vet barn with two stalls and all the amenities, as well as 26 shed row stalls all with runs, there is little that could be added for the horse enthusiast. $4,900,000. Property ID: 10753 T These 28.44 acres feature prime Rogue River frontage, a Western-style home and views of Horseshoe and Rattlesnake rapids and Table Rock. The home offers a kitchen, prep room, insulated wine storage for entertainment and a master with fireplace and sitting area overlooking the river. Enjoy an additional building with a workout room and large entertainment room with a full bath. The home sits on a bluff overlooking the river, but you have the best of both worlds with the perfect recreational park like area down by the riverâ€™s edge. The adjacent 28.92 acres are available (suitable for pasture or grapes). There is an installed mainline system and a bass pond. $3,300,000. Property ID: 14448 Rogue River Frontage Oregon v Jackson County v White City Historic Rogue River Property Oregon v Jackson County v Trail T This property includes the famous 1904 round house with rock construction. All improvements were modernized and remodeled. In addition to outstanding river frontage, it includes multiple rentals, shops and a 9-acre pond. Operated as a dude ranch, including daily rentals, this 146.18acre property would make a terrific family compound, retreat property or fishing and hunting based lodge. $2,900,000. Property ID: 14697 Prime Rural Acreage T Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point This fantastic remodeled home includes new plumbing, wiring/lighting with ceiling fans, floors (hardwood and tile), solar tube skylight, vault and new vented gas fireplace in living These 182 tranquil acres, 42 miles north of room, plus a brand-new kitchen! There are Medford and 16 miles from the world-famous four bedrooms, three baths, office, wonderful Rogue River feature an existing home and sunroom off the dining and kitchen area and second approved homesite at an elevation of 9.78 level, usable and irrigated acres. Fenced 2,850 feet. There are 1.1 million net board feet of and cross-fenced, the property has herb and marketable timber, including a year-round creek flower gardens, berries, fruit trees plus a garden with raised beds. The greenhouse has water and electricity, insulated, above-ground and large pond with water rights. There are water rights for 50+ acres of irrigated hayfield and pasture. A gravity-flow spring produces T Mountain Shadows Ranch Oregon v Jackson County v Trail root cellar and office. There is a nice barn abundant domestic water. A hydroelectric license approval is pending and an 8-inch hydro penstock with workshop, livestock pens with feeders is in place. Fruit and nut trees and an organic garden with partially complete masonry greenhouse/ and a chicken coop with fenced run. Enjoy root cellars create the potential for self-sufficient off-grid living. $1,984,000. Property ID: 8471 a saltwater pool with deck overlooking the mountains and a seasonal, year-round creek. $450,000. Property ID: 41663 54 Acres of Agricultural Investment Property Tom Harrison, Broker 548 Business Park Drive Medford, OR 97504 I Oregon v Jackson County v Gold Hill In a beautifully scenic setting, this is prime farmland for a vineyard, row crops or livestock and hay. Enjoy Class 1 soils with irrigation out of the Rogue River for 41.54 acres. Three existing dwellings, currently occupied, provide flexibility for future replacement building. Older dairy structures could be rehabilitated for other uses. This place is ready for your own farm program and includes irrigation equipment. $695,000. 2916342 Tom Harrison, 541 944-3131. Property ID: 43116 800 772-7284 â€˘ 541 772-0000 www.orop.com 54 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West N NEW LISTING! Bakers Peak Ranch is a truly one to see. One is literally on top of the world with views extending miles in every direction. The ranch itself is very pretty; driving the roads goes from lower open lands with service berry and oak then through groves of aspen and pine to the lodge, which overlooks the western part of the ranch. The ranch is truly private; one can spend years exploring its many nooks and crannies. The present owner, a hunter, has enjoyed the ranch this way for many years, but now is the time to move on. 7,310.64± deeded acres for $8,850,000. Baker’s Peak Ranch Colorado v Moffat County v Craig Diamond Peak Ranch Colorado v Larimer Co. v Fort Collins Flying Triangle N A Wyoming v Carbon County v Saratoga NEW LISTING! The ranch has 9,768 deeded acres (1,585 acres with water rights) and a 480-acre- is 1,540 acres in Colorado, about five miles foot, spring-fed irrigation reservoir; intermingled with the deeded lands are BLM lands and Wyoming southwest of Tie Siding, Wyoming. The State lease used in the ranch operations. The ranch is in two portions divided by Interstate 80. The Colorado ranch borders Roosevelt National ranch headquarters is in the southern portion with the main ranch being a block of 2,100 deeded Forest, as well as Colorado State University acres on Pass Creek with 1,275 acres of water rights. The ranch pastures south of the interstate are property. This Colorado ranch is mostly checkerboard lands with the BLM allotments. The north portion consists of 3,520 acres of mostly timbered and is being managed in light of the deeded pasture with the 480-acre-foot reservoir used for irrigated pasture. $4,950,000. About six miles to the southwest of Laramie lies a scenic 1,177±-acre property with mostly grassland pasture, some irrigated land and farmsteads. The property is accessed by Highway 230 along the northern boundary and Ryff Road on the eastern side. About 65 acres are in the Laramie River Valley, which runs through the southern part of the property for a little less than a mile. A residential subdivision lies across the highway to the north, with some other adjoining properties and sparsely located residential sites. This property has gorgeous views of the Laramie River Valley to the south and Red Mountain to the southwest. The Centennial Valley, Sheep Mountain and the Snowy Range are very prominent to the northwest. $1,750,000. pine beetle issues; it has stands of young timber that have survived well, along with a density that make these timber stands survive well. This Colorado ranch offers good topography to hold big game and good water resources. The property has an above-average water resource for irrigation and future development of fishing reservoirs. $3,300,000. P PRICE REDUCED! The Diamond Peak Ranch Mears Morgan Ranch Wyoming v Albany County v Laramie Baggs WY, Laramie WY Ranch Brokers™-Wyoming/Colorado Box 1130 • Laramie, WY 82073 307 745-6024 www.ranchbrokers.com • firstname.lastname@example.org Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 55 Gorgeous Mountain Ranch T T Colorado v Delta County v Cedaredge This beautiful 1,577-acre alpine mountain ranch offers year-round access, three year-round creeks, alpine forests with aspen and spruce, mountain meadows and oaks in the lower elevations, electricity and borders the Grand Mesa National Forest. The ranch is in Hunt Units 411 and 52. Enjoy awesome elk, deer, bear and turkey hunting, gorgeous mountain and valley views, snowmobiling and your own trout fishing paradise with over three miles of trout-filled creeks. $6,950,000. Property ID: 42053 Fabulous Property Plus Outfitting Business! Colorado v Delta County v Eckert This is where it’s at! Enjoy two homes, bunkhouse with kitchen, apartment plus another bunkhouse, horse stalls, hay barn, corrals and so much more on 69 gorgeous, private and irrigated acres! 65 acres are in hay production with an average of 4 tons/acre. There is a special use permit by USFS and BLM. Live in paradise and run your own business. The setup is complete, so step right in! Everything here is turn-key and top notch. All mineral rights are included! Separate purchasing options are available. Entire package: $1,750,000. Property ID: 42696 Anthracite Creek Retreat Harts Basin Ranch E Colorado v Gunnison Co. v Somerset Enjoy the beautiful West Elk Wilderness, Raggeds Wilderness and the awesome setting of being in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. There is year-round access and utilities. These 142 beautiful, pristine mountain acres border Gunnison National Forest. Enjoy Anthracite and Coal Creeks, nine trout ponds, three spawning areas and a gorgeous mix of alpine spruce, mountain meadows and abundant wildlife with turkeys, deer, elk, bear and more! It includes a nice, custom, remodeled, three-bedroom, three-bath home plus a studio apartment above the garage. $5,950,000 Property ID: 42051 P Colorado v Delta County v Eckert Paradise and privacy is how you’ll come to view this incredible ranch! 1,855 acres are currently a working cow/calf operation as well as an excellent hunting property. You’ll enjoy seeing the wildlife right out your back door. The ranch includes a forest service livestock permit for 394 AUMs. There are 220 irrigated acres and live water year round. It is complete with a ranch manager’s home, working pens, calving barn and shop! Enjoy this excellent livestock operation with end-of-the-road privacy. $2,700,000. Property ID: 71999 Hunter’s Delight T Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose These 720 very private and secluded acres border several thousand acres of BLM land. Enjoy excellent elk, deer and bear hunting in Unit 62. There are numerous recreational opportunities. A gorgeous year-round creek borders on the east on BLM land. The property Brian Mason 263 Main Street • Delta, CO 81416 has two springs and ponds, some suitable for fish and a small hunting cabin. The property is only 20 minutes from Montrose, just off old Highway 90. $1,400,000. Property ID: 71995 970 234-3167 cell • 970 874-9968 office www.masonrecolorado.com 56 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West Schumacher Crossing T Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Hunt These 25 acres offer both sides of the beautiful Guadalupe River. Improvements consist of two two-bedroom, two-bath lodges with expansive family rooms for entertaining plus a charming guest cottage and small barn. An amazing stretch of river includes the Falls at Schumacher Crossing. This is truly a piece of Hunt, Texas history! Medina River Ranch T Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Medina This 1,169Âą-acre ranch has two sides lined by water! The main home, originally built in the 1940s, has timeless appeal and updated amenities that combine into an extraordinary estate. The compound includes the 9,200-square-foot main home, cabin, horse barn, game room and more. This ranch paradise has not been hunted in many years and has large herds of whitetail, axis and blackbuck. Clear Springs Ranch T Texas Hill Country v Medina Co. v Bandera This highly improved 1,127-acre game ranch is truly a one-of-a-kind property. The entrance offers a beautiful drive through majestic trees along the banks of Verde Creek. A nice dam on the creek backs up water that is about 12 feet deep and perfect for swimming and fishing. The main ranch compound is set along the banks and bluffs of the creek. This is a great place for entertaining. The wildlife has a vast range of animals from native to super exotics and they have been managed to optimum levels. Blanco 368 T Texas Hill Country v Blanco County v Wimberley These 368 beautiful acres are a true Hill Country paradise. Just minutes from historic downtown Trip duPerier www.texas-landman.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West Wimberley, this property has both open pastures and native Hill Country vistas. The picturesque 28615 Interstate 10 W â€˘ Boerne, TX 78006 Blanco River passes through the property with beautiful blue-green water. Enjoy good neighbors, 830 755-5205 wonderful vistas and plenty of trees. 57 Rocking R Ranch O Colorado v Boulder County v Lyons One of the finest equestrian properties available today, the Rocking R Ranch is a 235-acre spread in the heart of Colorado horse country, just 16 miles north of Boulder. Crisscrossed by four large irrigation canals, the ranch has secure water rights and abundant flowing water. It is a self-sufficient equestrian property with irrigated hay fields and premium facilities, including a 36,400-square-foot indoor arena, horse barn with a stainless-steel vet room, an equipment shop, hay barn, outdoor arenas and multiple ancillary buildings. There are four residences, including two large, well-appointed homes, both suitable for an owner, and two staff houses. The Rocking R is bordered by several hundred acres of protected open space, may be subdivided into 35-acre parcels and is most suitable for organic or specialty farming. It is on Highway 66 between Longmont and Lyons, at the gateway to the Rocky Mountains. N Nestled beneath a beautiful hogback, this private place with its own 16-acre lake is the perfect setting to create a lifetime of memories for you and your family. Created in November of 1886 for John Davis of Denver, the Davis Reservoir has been a sight of beauty and source of irrigation for over 125 years. The 6,000-square-foot homestead is built on nearly 100 acres and offers endless opportunities for agriculture and recreation. Water rights are extensive and come from multiple sources, some of which are year-round. The agricultural buildings—a large hay barn, a steel-framed workshop and a loafing shed—are all you will need to farm the land efficiently. Galatia Estate Colorado v Boulder County v Boulder St. Vrain Equestrian The KL Team 4535 Broadway Boulder, CO 80304 303 444-3177 email@example.com www.klrealty.net P Colorado v Boulder County v Hygiene Privately positioned beneath and looking on to the Front Range, this 35-acre irrigated parcel has been improved with an attractive 10,590-squarefoot stucco-clad barn and indoor arena. The property—set far off the road and invisible from it—is entirely enclosed by Montana fencing. Two valuable water taps are offered with the Get the free mobile app for your phone property and electricity has been connected. There currently exists an open building permit for a 10,000-square-foot residence which will alleviate the bureaucracy for a buyer. http:/ / gettag.mobi 58 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West A A true legacy ranch, the historic Hop and Barley Ranch consists of 6,240± acres with 1.5± miles of frontage on the Middle Fork of the Eel River. A rare combination of productive valley floor lands with nearly 300 acres set up for irrigation and 600 acres dry farmed, to lush beautiful forests and meadows in the mountains and bucolic grassy hills along the river. Teaming with wildlife, the ranch is home to trophy blacktail deer, Tule elk, pigs, bear, quail, turkey, dove and soaring eagles. Carrying capacity is around 500 cows year-round or 1,000 yearlings for the season. The well-rounded improvements World-Class Hunting and Ranching California v Mendocino County v Covelo complement the ranch well and are built of redwood siding and corrugated metal roofing for that classic rustic ranch headquarters. A ranch of this size and diversity is a rare find and only a four-hour drive from the greater San Francisco Bay area. $14,000,000. Property ID: 14616 Trophy Trout Ranch O California v Shasta Co. v Fall River Valley One of America’s finest trophy trout ranches, the 1,346±-acre Spring Creek Ranch is one of the best fly-fishing ranches with private water on the headwaters of the most prolific wild rainbow trout fishery in the Country. With the average catch in the 3-6 pound range, the ranch also fronts a second spring creek, Lava Creek, as well frontage on the worldrenowned Fall River. The ranch is home to abundant migratory waterfowl: ducks, geese, pelicans, egrets, herons and swans. Other bird species include osprey, bald eagle, great horned owl, Peregrine falcons, quail, dove, pheasant, turkey and grouse. Hunting has not been allowed in years, so the ranch is a true wildlife refuge in a beautiful mountain valley with stunning views to Mt. Shasta to the north. A jet-capable county airport and the small ranching community of Fall River Mills are just 10 to 15 minutes from the ranch. Reduced to $9,500,000. Property ID: 13843 Sierra Foothill Ranch T California v Amador County v Fiddletown This classic 714±-acre foothill ranch with rolling hills, wildflower-filled meadows and specimen oak and pine forests is nestled in the Sierra Nevada Foothills between San Francisco and Lake Tahoe, and only one hour from Sacramento, the state capital. Near the quaint Gold Country town of Sutter Creek and only an hour to Kirkwood ski resort. Water is plentiful with a 24-acre foot reservoir, a few seasonal stock ponds, numerous ground water springs and a babbling creek. Within the Fiddletown Viticulture Area and near Shenandoah Valley, this area is well known for its vineyards and wineries. This wonderful, private retreat is perfect for hiking, biking, gardening and horseback riding. $3,300,000. Property ID: 14042 Terry Hundemer Ranches, Lakes, Rivers/Broker 530 265-5774 530 913-8095 firstname.lastname@example.org www.chickeringco.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 59 Willow Valley Ranch E Oregon v Klamath County v Bonanza Enjoy free, gravity-flow water on this 5,285-acre cattle ranch with 2,562 irrigated acres with minimal pumping, producing 1,600+ tons of hay and spring and fall grazing. Included is a 35,000±-acre out-the-gate BLM permit that intermingles with fenced deeded meadows allowing grazing into early winter. An 800-head operation offers maximum production with minimal operating cost. Lovely owner’s home plus four others, huge shop, livestock barn with scale and covered working chute, hay barns, corrals. Cattle, hay and equipment included. There are abundant mule deer, antelope, waterfowl, quail and dove as well as bass and trout in the 20,000±-acre-feet reservoirs. $9,999,000. MLS# 80968 Hog Creek Oregon v Klamath County v Chiloquin Hackler Road T Oregon v Klamath County v Fort Klamath This 544-acre ranch should handle 750 yearlings on strong native grasses that are propane utilities. The ranch has two sets of corrals, a 20,000-pound scale and three creeks feed noted for top gains. The ranch is fenced into a huge meadow with an irrigation permit for 750 acres. This ranch is private and secluded, and cross-fenced and is flood irrigated with yet easily accessible. $2,225,000. MLS# 81292. adjudicated water rights. There is a classic, twostory ranch house with garage, all surrounded by awe-inspiring views of the valley and the Cascade Mountains. National forest, Sky Lakes Wilderness, the Wood River and Crater Lake Park are all nearby for unlimited recreational opportunities! $2,750,000. MLS# 81339. T These 1,252 deeded acres also include a USFS permit for 235 pair June 1 through October 15 for approximately 500 pairs of summer cattle grazing. There is a cabin with two bedrooms, a loft and Historic Wood River Valley Ranch Linda Long 541 891-5562 cell 3550 Hwy 97 North Chiloquin, OR 97625 Linda@craterlakerealtyinc.com www.craterlakerealtyinc.com T Oregon v Klamath County v Fort Klamath This 212-acre ranch is an ideal retreat for anglers, waterfowl hunting and horseback riding on adjacent state forestlands. The Wood River meanders for nearly a mile through the ranch, providing cover for brown and redband trout and duck ponds crafted for training retrievers and irrigation for grazing 160± head of summer yearlings from Anna Creek. Enjoy a two-story home, oversized garage, outbuildings and breathtaking Cascade Mountain views and Crater Lake Park nearby. This ranch is priceless, but available at $2,225,000. MLS# 79146 60 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West Perkins Ranch: The Crown Jewel of the Verde River Arizona v Yavapai County v Perkinsville T The Perkins Ranch is one of the premier riparian properties in the Southwest. The approximately 3,400Âą feet of Verde River bisecting the headquarters has beautiful large stands of cottonwood and willow trees. In addition to the 214.39 deeded acres, the substantial historic water rights (over 20,000 acre feet) truly make this a one-of-a-kind property. The deeded land adjoins Prescott National Forest land to the north, west and south. Included in the sale are the historic Perkinsville depot and recently renovated 1926 ranch house. These buildings at Perkinsville played the role of Gold City in the 1964 film How the West Was Won. Also, there are Indian ruins on the deeded land showing that history goes back even further than the Perkins ownership. Complementing the deeded land, the sale also includes a grazing allotment on the Prescott National Forest for 266 animal units for seven months (variable numbers not to exceed 3,192 cow calf animal months between October 15 - June 15). The irrigated pasture on the deeded land, together with the forest allotment, makes this a very attractive offering and an easy ranch to manage. The ranch is located in one of the most scenic and picturesque areas in Arizona, having views of Sycamore Canyon, Sedona and the Red Rock Country and the San Francisco Peaks. Rarely does a ranch with such steeped Western history, outstanding riparian characteristics and water rights come available on the market. This ranch truly is a crown jewel, not only of the Verde River, but in the entire southwestern United States. A lot has changed over the 110 years that the Perkins have owned this ranch, except for the ownership. For the first time in over a century, the historic Perkins Ranch can be yours. Call today for your first step in acquiring one of the few legacy ranches left. $8,575,000 cash, submit all offers. Andy Groseta P.O. Box 1840 â€˘ Cottonwood, AZ 86326 928 634-8110 email@example.com www.headquarterswest.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 61 Gillespie Ranch T Colorado v Boulder County v Longmont This luxury home, with its gated entry with brick columns, is on East County Line Road in Boulder County. It boasts spectacular views of Long’s Peak and the snowcapped Rocky Mountains. Set on 20 acres, this ranch features a spring-fed pond and a seven-stall heated barn and is loaded with water rights for irrigation. The home offers an over-the-top kitchen with two sets of Fisher Paykel dishwasher drawers, warming ovens, an eight-burner Viking range and a 12-seat entertainment bar. The beautiful, open floor plan is warm and inviting, with plenty of room for entertaining guests and family. A refrigerated wine room next to the formal dining room would please any wine enthusiast. The completely self-contained mother-in-law suite has a private entrance. With all the care and attention to detail, this home is both comfortable and luxurious, with expansive open views to the valley and mountains beyond. Visit the video tour and website at www.EastCountyLine.com. $2,299,000. North County Line Ranch Candace Loving 2350 Broadway • Boulder, CO 80304 T Colorado v Boulder County v Longmont This large, fabulous family estate is set on 35 acres with a pond, three-stall heated barn, fenced pastures and outdoor arena. Enjoy stunning mountain views from almost all of the rooms in this lovely Colorado home. With a gourmet kitchen and six bedroom suites, this home also features a media room, two home offices, a great room, wraparound decks and a gorgeous master suite. The ranch also includes a caretaker’s bunkhouse and plenty of acreage suitable for farming. The ranch is well located on a country lane with other equestrian farms nearby. Water rights and mineral rights are included. Visit the video tour and website at www.NorthCountyLine.com. $1,695,000. 303 332-4530 firstname.lastname@example.org www.coloradolandmark.com 62 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West J Blue Ribbon Trout Fishery Wyoming v Lincoln County v Etna Jackknife Creek Ranch is a recreational paradise. An exclusive, rare offering featuring the Salt River, it is a private wildlife refuge to call your own. Build a dream home on one of many secluded homesites offering generous river, pastoral and mountain vistas. Enjoy excellent fishing for trophy brown and cutthroat trout, as well as a prime waterfowl habitat. Comprised of 260 acres, 1.5 miles of Salt River onsite, a 1,900-foot spring creek fishery and expansive open space, this property will appeal to a recreational buyer interested in a fishing, hunting or equestrian-oriented family ranch just 45 minutes from Jackson Hole. A conservation easement currently protects its natural resources, assuring no further development on 180 acres of open space. The property has been fully platted for a nine-unit cluster subdivision, plus an adjacent 40-acre parcel, which would support one residence. Two homes exist on the ranch: a beautifully remodeled 2,460-square-foot home and a smaller caretaker’s cabin. The ranch lies alongside the Idaho border beneath the picturesque Caribou Mountain Range, just 45 minutes south of Jackson Hole and only 15 minutes from the Palisades Reservoir, headwaters of the famous South Fork of the Snake River. Jet-capable general aviation airports are available in Afton (20 minutes to the south) as well as the Alpine airport (10 minutes to the north). A grass landing strip is adjacent, accessible with neighbor’s permission. The ranch is within easy driving distance to a multitude of world-famous fly-fishing waters: the South Fork, North Fork and Henry’s Fork of the Snake River, the Warm River, the Fall River, the Teton River, the Green River, the Hoback River and the nearby Greys River, perhaps the most scenic and favorite fishery amongst those who live in the area. Property ID: 43411 $3,200,000. Jerry Hodson Associate Broker Teton Board MLS Director 307 690-4010 • 307 732-7569 fax www.instarvalley.com • www.injacksonwy.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 63 T This ranch investment is a class asset and extremely rare for southeastern New Mexico. Rio Penasco runs through the property for nearly three miles, providing tremendous wildlife habitat and exceptional trout water. Walnut Grove fishing camp has five RV hookups, water, electric, lighting and a pretty riverside setting. There are 9,000 total acres with 5,000 deeded and range for 200 cattle, mule deer, aoudad and turkey. $4,300,000. Rio Penasco Ranch New Mexico v Chaves County v Cloudcroft Flying Y Ranch N T This fabulous recreational retreat lies within the Capitan Mountains nearby Ruidoso. The property features 1,000 acres of piñon, juniper and ponderosa forest contiguous to national forest. This ultra-scenic ranch has impeccably maintained improvements, including paved access, a fully furnished lodge, guesthouse, manager’s residence, spring pond, miles of trail roads, rustic miner’s log cabin, Indian teepee village and your very own silver mine! This is a wildlife sanctuary and hunter’s haven. The turn-key ranch has a private, exclusive, extended deer hunting season (September to December) and four landowner elk tags. $3,500,000. Seller financing is available. New Mexico v Luna County v Deming Nestled beneath Cook’s Peak is a classic, very scenic, high desert, 5,000 to 6,800-foot mountain ranch. These 13,283 deeded acres and 6,500 assured state slease acres have room for 400+ animal units. Enjoy oak, juniper, cottonwood and willow-cloaked canyon land and mountains with numerous springs and water wells. There are elk tags, mule deer, javelina, lion and quail. It is only a two-hour drive from El Paso. $300 per deeded acre. Arabela Ranch New Mexico v Lincoln County v Ruidoso Capulin Ranch New Mexico v Grant Co. v Silver City T This 350-head working cattle ranch has 21,595 acres expanding across the Franklin Mountains, providing a diverse and healthy climate with plentiful sunshine and a wide range of beautiful landscape. Mule deer, antelope, javelina and quail are abundant. There are 7,800 deeded acres balanced with Keith L. Schrimsher P.O. Box 802 • Roswell, NM 88202 state and BLM lease lands. Headquarters improvements are architecturally similar and include an executive residence, guesthouse, in-ground pool and manager’s residence. Reasonably priced at $3,200,000 and good proximity to El Paso and Tuscon. 575 622-2343 email@example.com • www.nm-ranches.com 64 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West S Situated in the Upper Nowood Valley south of Ten Sleep, Wyoming, and highlighted by the spectacular red and gray formations of the region, this special property consists of 434.18 deeded acres with 222± acres irrigated through excellent early water rights. Showcasing this unique ranch property is a large, energy-efficient, custom home with an open stone patio, fire pit and terraced walkway leading to a stocked 4-acre fishing pond. Also included is a two-story barn/ Big Horn Valley Ranch Wyoming v Washakie County v Ten Sleep office/vet building, separate foreman’s home, miscellaneous ranch outbuildings and a full set of working corrals. Another unique amenity included is a lighted, regulation, ATA-certified trap range, trap house and finished clubhouse. Big Horn Valley Ranch borders thousands of acres of BLM and state lands and, with the abundance and variety of wildlife in the area, offers limitless recreational opportunities for sportsmen. $3,299,000. Osborn Ranch Red Rock Showplace T Wyoming v Washakie County v Ten Sleep T Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo These 112± acres 23 miles south of Buffalo feature a modern 3,380-square-foot residence with attached two-car garage, 48x60 Morton building used as shop/equipment storage and This 19.8±-deeded-acre property with a spectacular 4,400±-square-foot log home is situated at the .5+ mile of the Middle Fork of Crazy Woman base of a massive red rock formation and is surrounded by beautifully landscaped grounds, three Creek flows through property. Enjoy excellent freshwater ponds and a natural waterfall. An artesian well supplies water. The four-bedroom two very large log garages/shops. Reduced from $1,985,000 to $1,175,000. Seller says sell! trout fishing. A beautifully landscaped yard with valley surround the residence. $1,225,000. home has a wood fireplace, two gas fireplaces, new fiber optics and new wood floors. There are spectacular views of the mountains and scenic Delaney Farm T Wyoming v Big Horn County v Greybull This very productive 383±-acre farm off Highway 14, between Greybull and Shell, has been well managed for years and shows pride of ownership. There are 1899 water rights from the Shell Canal to irrigate 278± acres. Irrigation systems include three large center pivots, two smaller pivots, one side-roll sprinkler and gated pipe. Improvements include a 3,000±-squarefoot home with a beautifully landscaped yard, a 32x40 post and pole steel building with heated mechanics bay and five open machinery bays, set of corrals with load-out facilities and a barn. Crops include barley, sugar beets, beans and corn. Enjoy the very low operating costs. Seller is retiring. $1,900,000. 58 E. Benteen St. • Buffalo, WY 82834 307 684-9556 888 684-9557 toll free firstname.lastname@example.org www.pearsonrealestate.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 65 H Eagle Wilderness Ranches Colorado v Garfield County Have you ever dreamed of the opportunity to own expansive property between Aspen and Vail in the heart of Colorado outdoor recreation? After thoughtful consideration, the owners of the 2,300-acre Eagle Wilderness Ranch have decided to offer the property in smaller estate-size ranches to provide ownership opportunities for more potential buyers. These new ranches will be called Eagle Wilderness Ranches and are available immediately. This ranch is the last and largest inholding adjacent to national forest and BLM lands in the area and is just one hour from Vail, Colorado! Eagle Wilderness Ranches represent a rare opportunity to acquire your own large-acreage ranch at the gateway to the Flat Tops Wilderness area. Summer and fall offer opportunities to hike, bike or ride horses and ATVs within the ranch or in the adjacent White River National Forest, or the nearby 235,000-acre wilderness area with over 160 miles of trails. The Flat Tops contain approximately 110 troutladen lakes, ponds and streams for all of your angling needs. There is also a private four-wheel-drive trail to the banks of famous Deep Creek just a short 200 feet from the northern boundary of the ranch. This 10-mile-long creek offers superb fishing for native rainbow and brown trout, and its scenic canyon with vertical walls rising over 1,500 feet from the valley below, provides some of the most awe-inspiring views anywhere. In addition, there are several ponds on the ranch, which could be enhanced to provide a fishery. Significant water rights will be available to purchasers who desire them. These rights could be used to fill ponds or irrigate meadows. All mineral rights owned by the seller will be transferred to each ranch owner for those ranches where minerals are owned. These unique properties have been carefully laid out into eight estate-size ranches, providing the utmost in privacy with minimal shared roads and trails. Views from all ranches will feature some of the most comprehensive scenery in the area, including Aspen, Snowmass, Vail and Beaver Creek Ski Areas along with views of the Elk Mountains, Maroon Bells, Sawatch Range, Gore Range, Mount Sopris, Castle Mountain and more. All ranches will have direct boundaries with either BLM or US Forest Service land. One parcel even has a private ski run. The ranches boast an attractive mix of dark spruce/fir timber along with spectacular aspen stands, meadows and oak/sagebrush cover. This will assist in maintaining the quality of hunting Eagle Wilderness Ranch is famous for. The ranches will range from 130 to 440 acres with prices starting at $775,000. Property ID: 73552 Timberline Realty, Inc Steve King 11511 US Highway 24 â€˘ Divide, CO 80814 719 687-3678 email@example.com www.EagleWildernessRanch.com 66 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West Montana Retreat With Hay Pasture Montana v Park County v Livingston T The Indian Hill Montana Retreat offers a premium Paradise Valley location with 48 acres, excellent water rights and productive hay field. The main house has three bedrooms and 2.5 baths. The property also includes a 1-bedroom, 1-bath guesthouse with kitchen located above the horse barn. The beautiful 2,455-square-foot, two-story shop offers a multitude of uses. This is a low-density area with privacy and spectacular views. Furnishings are included. An excellent value at $1,850,000. Property ID: 42831 McAlister Ranch Montana v Park County v Livingston O Once owned by American novelist and screenwriter Thomas McGuane, III, McAlister Ranch encompasses 661± deeded acres and is a recreational haven for the hunter or general outdoor enthusiast. Bordered by U.S. Forest Service land and thousands of acres of wilderness and surrounded by three mountain ranges, the ranch is submerged within meadows, rolling hills, mature aspen stands, creek frontage and extensive grasslands. Diverse topography welcomes the hunter with dense coniferous forests filled with wildlife and the outdoorsman with exclusive public lands for hiking, skiing and horseback riding. Accessed off Barney Creek Road, just 20 minutes south of Livingston, the ranch has fencing on three sides, as well as numerous pastures and grazing land that could handle up to 120 head of cattle. The ranch features 1,000 feet of Barney Creek frontage, and Pine Creek is used for flood-irrigation to 40± acres of pasture and 40± acres of hay ground. Remodeled in 1985, the 2,916-square-foot, four-bedroom, twobath main home offers a spacious floor plan with vaulted ceilings, large windows, new flooring and an updated kitchen and baths, a western-facing deck and a three-stall, 782-square-foot garage with electricity. The ranch also features a 192-square-foot guest cabin and mountaintop hunter’s cabin. The circa 1920 barn has two closed stalls with exterior paddocks and potential for expansion on the other side of the breezeway, a newer tack room, an upper-level hay loft and two turnout sheds. Directly adjacent to the barn lie a 276-square-foot granary, a 1,860-square-foot mechanics shed and a 324-square-foot, two-room tool shed. Additional improvements include an 80x100 indoor riding arena with a tack room and a 165x78 outdoor arena. Though one could ride for miles and never see a soul, the ranch has convenient access to big-city amenities in Livingston and Bozeman (45 minutes). At McAlister Ranch, the Western spirit survives and awaits a new generation to preserve its legacy. Some equipment and home furnishings will convey at closing. Market Adjustment $5,995,000. Property ID: 12084 r a i c h Montana ProPe rties Livingston, MT 59047 llc Tracy Raich, Broker/Owner 406 223-8418 www.tracyraich.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 67 Tailwind Farms—On the River Oregon v Deschutes County v Bend E Enjoy the lifestyle of this spectacular Tumalo horse ranch on the Deschutes River. Fish, float or kayak from your bank and enjoy the wildlife associated with the river. Enjoy your horses running on beautiful irrigated pastures and six miles of galloping paths/ trails or working in the 80x300 indoor arena. The high-quality home offers a gourmet kitchen, two master suites and stunning views of the river. There is also a resident manager’s home and eight-stall barn. $4,000,000. Property ID: 43474 Blackstone Ranch Oregon v Crook County v Terrebonne River features a stunning 4,773-square-foot, lodge-style home with inspiring views up and down the river. From nearly every room, you see green pastures, snowcapped mountains, Smith Rock and the river with all its wildlife. There is a high-quality manager’s home, covered arena, horse barn and huge shop/RV barn, all designed for efficiency and minimal labor. The setting offers unique privacy and a special serenity. $3,900,000. See virtual tour at www.oregonranchandhorse.com and more photos at www.blackstoneranchcentraloregon.com. Property ID: 73025 T This special 105-acre horse/cattle ranch on the Crooked Historic River Ranch Oregon v Deschutes County v Redmond O Once home to Governor Tom McCall, this ranch is one of the most prestigious horse ranches in the Northwest, featuring top-of-the-line facilities, including a heated 100x300 arena, 30 stalls, mare barn and round pens all under one roof. 560 acres with 475 acres of pasture, hay fields and crop ground irrigated from the Crooked River. The stately 6,168-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bath home offers elegant living and easy entertaining. There are two additional homes. $5,500,000. Visit www.historiccentraloregonranch.com. Property ID: 73017 650 SW Bond St., Suite 100 • Bend, OR 97702 541 923-1376 office • 541 383-7600 www.desertvalleygroup.com Information from sources deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. Pam Mayo-Phillips, Principal Broker • 541 480-1513 cell Ron Davis, Principal Broker • 541 480-3096 cell Brook Havens, Principal Broker • 541 604-0788 cell Bruce Boyle, Broker • 541 408-0595 cell Chamese Christianson, Broker • 541 279-9879 cell All Agents licensed in the State of Oregon 68 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West Paradise Lake Estate Colorado v Eagle County v Vail J Just 30 minutes from the Vail Valley Jet Center, this fabulous retreat lies on 170 pristine acres within an hour of Vail and Beaver Creek Resorts. Overlooking a private lake and surrounded by creeks, sweeping meadows and BLM and U.S. Forest Service land, it is the perfect setting for a secluded estate. The main residence boasts over 6,000 square feet, and the property also includes a renovated guest cabin and reservoir. Allow yourself to be transported to the tranquil lifestyle of this magnificent estate. Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 69 Realtime Ranch California v Mendocino County v Comptche A Architectural designer Claire Pollack conceived and built Realtime Ranch for herself and husband, Sydney Pollack, as a secluded family retreat in the redwoods of Northern California. It is just outside the seaside town of Mendocino. The 123±-acre property sits miles up a private road on Docker Hill. This gated, fenced property consists of three main houses, two guesthouses, a free-standing studio (currently a gym), barn, pool with solar heating, pool house with bath and outdoor shower, paddle tennis court, large pond with dock, a garage/workshop and two free-floating decks with barbeque/entertaining areas amidst the trees. Multiple generators and wells are available to support the property, and a large meadow area can be developed for wine and other interests. The back area has two open and available graded pads ready for building or other recreational interests. This area is also complete with separate gated access from the main road, if so desired. Furnishings and ATVs/equipment available upon request and negotiation. $3,600,000. Property ID: 42874 S Sugarloaf Ranch offers 224± acres with over one mile of frontage on the Pacific. Most of the land is level to gently sloped prime agricultural soils. A portion of Elk Creek is on the northern boundary and there are two ponds, one on each side of Highway One. Stunning ocean views from just about every inch of these two legal parcels. $3,750,000. Property ID: 43049 One Mile of Ocean Frontage California v Mendocino County v Elk Oceanfront Farmland and Pastures Jim McCummings 45010 Ukiah Street Mendocino, CA 95460 T California v Mendocino Co. v Elk These 185± acres perched above the Pacific on the coast of Mendocino County is rowcrop quality oceanfront farmland with a large pond and irrigation system. On the market for the first time, the property is in Ag Preserve or Timber zoning, so taxes are relatively low. Do not miss this unique opportunity to own a large tract of frontage on the Pacific just south of Elk. $2,000,000. Property ID: 43480 800 454-1565 firstname.lastname@example.org www.coasthome.com 70 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West Montana Equestrian Elegance at Its Finest Montana v Flathead County v Kalispell T This beautiful, well-appointed, five-bedroom, six-bath, luxurious Montana-style home features 4,750+ square feet plus a 500+-square-foot bonus gym/recreational room above an attached three-car garage. These 55 acres offer 3,700 feet of frontage on the magnificent Whitefish River. This is a state-of-the-art equestrian facility with all of the defining amenities: spacious indoor and outdoor riding arenas, training round pen, stall barns, paddocks, pastures, shelters, tack rooms, wash racks, office, equipment, hay and trailer storage building and a 1,100-square-foot caretaker’s apartment with two-car garage. This immaculate ranch has no detail missed. The owners are motivated to sell. Online tour/info: www.theRiversEdgeRanch.com. Offered at $3,295,000. Property ID: 73509 P Exceptional Montana Ranch & Horseman’s Paradise Montana v Flathead County v Columbia Falls Prepare to be astounded by this exceptional Montana ranch and horseman’s paradise with 39.5 acres situated on a bluff overlooking 1,800 feet of magnificent Flathead River frontage. A luxurious, exquisite, 6,300+-squarefoot, custom home fea- tures three bedrooms, five baths, top-of-the-line gourmet kitchen, massive great room with native rock fireplace family room and fitness center. Your guests will never want to leave “the last best place” with separate and deluxe two-bedroom accommodations. An impressive, state-of-the-art, 50,000-square-foot heated indoor equestrian center has all the defining amenities for private or commercial use. Enjoy a spectacular, end-of-the-road, private setting with year-round, captivating mountain and river views. Owners are motivated to sell. Virtual tour: www.flatheadriverranch.net. Reduced to $2,900,000. Property ID: 42561 TLC Ranch Realty, Inc Todd Wirthlin, Broker/Owner 800 775-1766 • 406 756-1500 406 471-5579 cell email@example.com www.aplaceinmontana.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 71 Silvervale Ranch E Colorado v Jefferson Co. v Evergreen Embrace the spaciousness and unbridled beauty of the Colorado West with a homestead at Silvervale Ranch. With its paved roads and builder-ready utilities, including natural gas, this 48-acre ranch thrills with its rolling terrain, sunny southern exposure, privacy and protection from the ranch’s natural landscape. The ranch is legally subdivided into three generous building lots. Silvervale Ranch is property tax exempt due to being under a 10year forestry management plan. $1,648,000. Twin Creeks Ranch T Colorado v Jefferson County v Evergreen This Colorado equestrian dream property on 18 acres boasts two streams and gentle sloping grass meadows, access to miles of trails, a 4,800-square-foot, four-stall barn with massive hay loft, wash rack and an outdoor riding arena. A craftsman, custom, timber-framed, five-bedroom, five-bath home also graces the ranch, with elevator, vault, gourmet island kitchen, main-floor executive offices and high ceilings. $3,998,000. Sky Bear Ranch T Colorado v Jefferson County v Evergreen This new gated community along Colorado’s Front Range can be a single 79-acre ranch with all the natural amenities and privacy within a single exclusive property or split into two parcels of 35 and 44 acres. Modern conveniences, mountain vistas and rural surroundings are ready for you to build your dream home within this breathtaking landscape. Only minutes to schools, shopping and services plus quick access to I-70. Starting at $800,000. Stagecoach Stop Ranch Fuller Kerry Endsley 303 570-0267 Kerry@KCHPProperties.net www.KerryEndsley.com Y Colorado v Jefferson County v Evergreen You will never have a better reason to stop and plant your roots. These 70 pristine acres lie in the heart of north Evergreen. This private, paved and gated parcel is a rare find with easy access on year-round paved roads and only minutes to I-70, local schools, shopping and services. The land offers four ponds, three streams and water rights for up to seven horses and landscape irrigation. The ranch includes a luxurious two-bedroom timber frame home in perfect condition over a five-car garage. $3,895,000. 72 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West T The Rockpile Ranch 55,704.49 Acres West Texas v Jeff Davis County v Fort Davis This is only the third time in its 115-year titled history that this ranch has been offered for sale. All seller-owned mineral classified and fee minerals will be included. For additional information and pictures on The Rockpile Ranch, visit www.therockpileranch.com. The ranch is offered for $985 per acre for a total of $54,868,922.65 cash. Property ID: 41904 T This ranch lies off Highway 17 between Balmorhea and Ft. Davis with its incredible palisade mountains along Frazier Canyon near its junction with Limpia Creek. The most amazing aspect of the ranch, besides the setting, is the historic headquarters that has been carefully restored with designer-quality finishes, unique architecture and landscaping touches that highlight the old but embrace the new. The rock main house, adobe outbuildings and an exquisitely designed Frazier Ranch 3,157 Acres West Texas v Jeff Davis County v Fort Davis bunkhouse or guesthouse make up the compound, which is surrounded with native landscaping. The ranch has several miles of Frazier Creek and Cave Creek, which provide amazing water during summer and fall. In addition, there are three known full-time springs providing excellent water for wildlife year round and several scattered dirt tanks scattered to supplement water in the high mountains. $6,077,282. Property ID: 43155 O Dry Canyon Ranch 2,906 Acres West Texas v Jeff Davis County v Fort Davis Off Highway 118, a historic scenic loop below McDonald Observatory in the Davis Mountains of West Texas, this ranch has two major canyons that bisect high-forested rangeland, creating some of the most scenic bluffs, rocky outcrops, canyons, meadows and mountains in the region. This is ponderosa and pinion pine country, huge red oaks, big tooth maples, madrone and lush grasslands. The central geologic features on the ranch are Dry Canyon and Horse Spring Canyon, creating magnificent vistas rivaling any national park in the country. Over seven springs and 10 tanks naturally supply the wildlife and its habitat with ample water. The most amazing aspect of the ranch is the well-designed road network that allows excellent access throughout the ranch, which can be used by vehicles or horseback for scenic tours. These roads were designed by the Sproul family some 100 years ago for working cattle, building earth tanks and accessing the amazing wildlife that this family has nurtured over the years. $3,632,500. Property ID: 42907 C Crowe’s Castle is set at the end of Sproul Road, a maintained county road near the Historic Prude and Sproul Ranches. Surrounded by native gramma grasses and set atop the foothills of Davis Mountains, the custom four-bedroom, three-bath home’s focal point is a large great room accented by cathedral ceilings, a stone fireplace and custom built-in shelving. There is a wet bar and cabinetry. Windows frame unsurpassed views of the surrounding mountains. A wraparound deck affords space for outdoor entertaining and Crowe’s Castle 22.9 Acres West Texas v Jeff Davis Co. v Fort Davis James King, Agent Tammy King, Broker P.O. Box 109 • 600 State Street Fort Davis, TX 79734 breathtaking views. This home was originally listed for over $1 million in 2006 and is a bargain based on its location, square footage and quality of construction. $575,000. Property ID: 43237 432 426-2024 • 432 224-1110 fax James@KingLandWater.com www.KingLandWater.com Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 73 S Roaring Fork Horse Ranch Colorado v Pitkin County v Old Snowmass Sitting on over 16 acres of pristine ranchland, this 7,053-square-foot main residence incorporates nature and luxury from the warm, contemporary interiors to the dramatic views of the Roaring Fork Valley. The five-bedroom home features open flowing living areas, an immaculate chef’s kitchen and a temperature-controlled, 1,200-bottle wine cellar— perfect for entertaining large gatherings or hosting intimate dinner parties. Bordering thousands of acres of designated public land, this property is perfectly located, close to both the Aspen and Snowmass winter ski areas and summer hiking and riding trails. The horse ranch is complete with enclosed irrigated pastures, an extensive outdoor riding arena, immaculate 4-stall horse barn, tack room, office and caretaker’s unit. This property has a total of 9,628 square feet, in- Colter Smith 510 E. Hyman Ave., #21 Aspen, CO 81611 cluding the barn and caretaker’s quarters, plus a 1,200-squarefoot, three-car garage and storage area. $5,995,000. 970 309-2000 firstname.lastname@example.org www.AspenAssociatesRealtyGroup.com Privacy, Water, Trees A Nevada v Douglas County v Gardnerville A private lane leads to this spectacular home with a 20x50 RV garage, 24x13 shop, 15x23 garage and a 1,100-square-foot guesthouse. Inside the 4,612-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath house is a complete office, quiet living room, great room, full wet bar, gourmet island kitchen, double ovens, side-by-side refrigerator, two refrigerator drawers and a warming drawer. The game room off the kitchen leads to an 18x23 screened-in porch. The master has a jetted tub, double sinks, walk-in closet, sitting area and deck overlooking the pond and mountains. $1,399,900. REALTY AFFILIATES Scott Smith Kelly Nalder 1320 Hwy 395 North Gardnerville, NV 89410 775 782-8777 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Views, Open Space, Craftsmanship T Nevada v Douglas County v Minden This immaculate property has incredible views and is located close to BLM land for your endless riding pleasure. Attention to detail throughout this 2,632-square-foot home includes, four bedrooms, 2.5 baths, custom cabinets, granite counters, double ovens and a gas range to name a few. There is a three-car garage with a bonus room above. The entire house is wired for sound and there is a security system in place. There is a three-stall, 36x48 barn with an office and bath, two hot-wired pastures, arena and a round pen on 2.24 acres. $529,000. 74 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 200 Acres With Dream Home T Colorado v Elbert County v Matheson These 200 acres feature a dream home with plentiful amenities. The high-end kitchen features cherry floors and cabinets, Pro Series dual stove, two convection ovens, pot filler and a prep sink. The heat pump provides high efficiency in heating and cooling. The property boasts three wells, lawn with built-in sprinkler system, huge detached garage and barn/shop plus fenced area ready for livestock. Enjoy an extensive covered porch area, patio and stamped and colored concrete. All windows are rated low “e”. There are too many features to mention. This is a must see! Property ID: 43334 Brian Trainor 208 S. College Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80524 email@example.com 970 219-0281 Subscribe! 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Elk, deer, turkeys & upland game birds. $1,250,000 HARDING COUNTY RANCH—Harding County SD: 2,861± deeded, 40± BLM lease & 344± private lease for 3,244± acres. Reservoirs, wells & pipeline provide water throughout ranch. $1,500,000 RED HILL RANCH—Fergus County MT: 1278± acres in foothills of Big Snowy Mountains. Excellent wildlife habitat. $3,250,000 CAVE SPRINGS RANCH–Weston County WY: Beautiful & scenic 2,720± contiguous acres 3 miles north of Newcastle, WY. $2,846,400 TABLE MOUNTAIN RANCH–Larimer County CO: Beautiful, scenic 800± acres 25 miles north of Fort Collins. Freshwater spring. $4,000,000 LUCKY GATE RANCH—Goshen County, WY: 806± deeded acres with 210 irrigated acres. Additional income from permitted gravel pit. Two sets of improvements. $1,850,000 GR RANCH –Goshen County WY: 2 miles north of Lingle. 644± contiguous deeded acres: 528± deeded and 1,168± BLM lease acres. 1/2 mile US Hwy 85 frontage. $237,000 BEAR MOUNTAIN TRACTS—Goshen County WY: Located on east-facing slopes of Bear Mountain. 432± acres: 312± deeded and 120± state lease acres. Excellent access. Several homesites available. $490,000 76 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West classifieds California Outdoor Properties www.CaliforniaOutdoorProperties.com 707 455-4444 120,000 Acres – 1500 Animal Units year round, 17,075 deeded acres, 30,000 BLM lease, 73,000 USFS lease, water rights, 3,000 sf home, 2,400 sf manager home – Lassen County. $16,999,999 5,445 Acres – 400 acres alfalfa, 3 homes, 3 ag wells (1,500 gpm, 600 gpm, 1,800 gpm), 3 barns – Modoc County. $2,999,000 5,141 Acres – hunting, home, rock pit, 1,800 gpm ag well, pivot, wheeline, hand line, 155 acres irrigated in alfalfa – Modoc County. $1,600,000 3,930 Acres – 5,000 sq/ft log cabin, 8 other homes, 83 stall barn, runs 200 pair, Lake Elizabeth Mutual Water Company access, arena, shooting range – Los Angeles County. $13,500,000 3,747 Acres – Great cattle ranch, cool springs, meadows, 2 homes, shop, corrals, & pole barn. – Lassen County. $2,495,000 3,342 Acres – 970 acres of surface water, 7 miles of shoreline, creeks, meadow lands, irrigated, run 225 pair of cows, old ranch home, large barn, & outbuildings. – Modoc County. $2,900,000 2,808 Acres – 370 irrigated acres, 3 pumps (1,200 gpm, two 600 gpm), ponds, home, runs 250 head, 500 ton of hay, alfalfa, hunting – Modoc County. $1,675,000 2,489 Acres –McDermott Creek runs through, 400 cow operation, great irrigation well, great hunting, & 2 homes – Lassen County. $3,990,000 2,477 Acres – organic alfalfa & barley farm, 4 homes, 2 barns, shops, 8 wells over 15,000 gpm, scales & grain silos - Siskiyou County. $7,950,000 1,630 Acres – hunting, cattle grazing, 115 pair, headwaters of Feather River run through ranch, 2 seasonal lakes – Plumas County. $2,200,000 1,514 Acres – 9,000 sf log home, 7 other homes, hunting cabin, shop, & barns. 11 ponds, 4 creeks and fishing & hunting. Plumas County. $15,950,000 Reduced by $4,000,000. 1,435 Acres – Alfalfa farm, 3000 gpm well, 2 pivots & 1 wheeline on 320 acres, add another 480 acres irrigated, run 300 pair - Lassen County. $1,625,000 1,413 Acres – 640 acres of pasture land, 2375sf home, private canyons, bordered by US National Forest. – Plumas County. $4,099,000 1,321 Acres – 2 large lakes, creeks, waterfalls, miles of trails, newer 6200sf lodge home, caretaker residence & helipad. – El Dorado County. $9,900,000 1,020 Acres – 4,450 sq/ft Queen Anne Victorian home, barns, 140 acs irrigated of hay, 30 acs sub irrigated pasture, 90 acs dry farmable, 760 acs dry range land – Siskiyou County. $1,295,000 1,011 Acres – almond orchard, 8 agricultural wells, 2 domestic wells, district water, slough water – Yolo County. $20,950,000 864 Acres – Adjacent to Tomales Bay, 3 man-made reservoirs, 16 natural occurring artesian springs, abundant water & wildlife, several structures. - Marin County. $6,699,000 800 Acres – With an old well & cabin, this property offers great views & big game, upland game & waterfowl hunting. – Siskiyou County. $1,600,000 720 Acres – 2 season lakes within the property (Dillon Lake & Silve Flat Reservoir), 1,850 sf home, covered deck, barn w/guest quarters. – Lassen County. $995,000 657 Acres – 2,650 sf home, drilled well (30gpm) solar powered w/ 5,000 gallon storage tank. – San Bernardino County. $1,590,000 654 Acres – 2,375sf home, several outbuildings, orchard, pond, large pastures & private canyons. – Plumas County. $2,249,000 652 Acres – productive alfalfa ranch, mule deer hunting, 2 wells at 3,000 gpm, 2 domestic wells – Lassen Co. $1,500,000 623 Acres – 2 homes, 3 barns, 6250sf metal shop, hunter’s paradise, several springs sub irrigate 40 acres, .65 cfs producing 30-60 ton of grass in one cutting. – Shasta County. $1,100,000 600 Acres – 6 ranch homes, 40 stall barn with 40 outside stalls, 500 simple fee & 100 leased acres for grazing and/or alfalfa. – San Bernardino County. $6,500,000 511 Acres – 2400sf home, 150ft deep well, & 3 ag wells (one currently irrigates 50 acres). – Lassen County. $1,180,000 480 Acres – 7 springs, 5000sf structure (includes horse stables, caretakers quarters, & garage), great wildlife (upland game birds, trophy mule deer & black bear). – Lassen County. $1,800,000 475 Acres – pasture land ready to go for wells, center pivots & alfalfa seed. Ag well that produces 600 gpm. Short distance to variety of lakes & rivers. – Plumas County. $999,000 468 Acres – 9 duck blinds, one acre equipment pad with pole barn, 3 wells (1400, 1200, 900 gpm), reservoir for water storage. – Butte County. $980,000 360 Acres – home, mixed conifer timber, deer, bear, and upland bird hunting – Sierra County. $889,000 320 Acres – surrounded by USFS in the X2 hunting area, 200 acres of prime meadow wetlands & 160 acres of mature pine forest. – Modoc County. $295,000 320 Acres – 120 acres open pasture, ranch house, shop, barn, 5 acres of river front, & currently runs 40 head of cattle. - El Dorado. $1,590,000 312 Acres – Amazing habitat for waterfowl, pheasant, turkey & deer. 13 laser leveled ponds, 4 blinds, food plots, 1500 sf house, large shop, gardens & more. – Butte County. $795,000 310 Acres – Hunt for buck, bear, turkey, & quail. Close to American River for great fishing. Placer County. $395,000 305 Acres – 2 homes, 1,500 & 600 gpm ag wells, alfalfa & grass hay, can irrigate 267 acs, 2 barns, shop – Modoc County. $1,399,000 300 Acres – build your dream home, includes 3 ponds, springs, pasture land, abundant wildlife. El Dorado County. $2,750,000 300 Acres – 4000 ft of Stony Creek frontage, 2 year round creeks with 113 acre/feet per year of adjudicated water rights. Horseback ride, hunt & privacy! Home, barn, shop, outbuildings & arena.– Glenn County. $1,250,000 300 Acres – 3 ponds (16 acres total), springs, abundant wildlife, 10 acres level land & gentle rolling terrain of pasture land. – El Dorado County. $2,750,000 282 Acres – 80 acres of pasture land ready to go, run cattle, & a variety of game (deer, bear, upland birds). – Plumas County. $899,000 280 Acres – 160 acres irrigated, 3572sf home, fully fenced & cross fenced, barns, corrals, chute, squeeze & electronic scale. – Modoc County. $930,000 238 Acres – 3000sf home, outbuildings, tennis court, & corrals. Fletcher Creek & Spring Channel flow through property, variety of game, & short distance to multiple lakes & rivers. – Sierra County. $1,290,000 238 Acres – Good waterfowl & pheasant hunting, fishing & boating. 4 bedroom clubhouse with pool. – Solano County. $475,000 208 Acres – Hunt, ride horses, raise cows, & build your dream home! Fish in the nearby lakes, rivers & streams. – Lassen County. $190,000 207 Acres – 120 acre palm nursery with over 30,000 trees, 87 acre open parcel with deep well & pump, & 1350 sf condo 3 miles from palm grove. – San Diego County. $4,500,000 200 Acres – Abundant waterfowl, wildlife & fishing opportunities. Ranch home, large barn, & several other barns & outbuildings. Fenced & cross fenced. – Solano County. $895,000 181 Acres – Willow Creek flows through, 150 acres irrigated pasture, 2 irrigation wells, pole barn, & 3 bedroom home. – Siskiyou County. $650,000 167 Acres – unlimited potential with beautiful views, utilities include Piped Potable El Dorado Irrigation District water to the property & electric power – El Dorado County. $895,000 167 Acres – Seasonal creek & springs, old cabin site, lots of wildlife. Close to Silva Flat Reservoir & Gibson Lake. – Lassen County. $167,000 162 Acres – family farm with 4 bedroom home, pole barn with enclosed workshop, 2 wells, 32 acres tillable, balance dry pasture, rangeland – Siskiyou County. $375,000 162 Acres – Makes for a great homesite or private hunting/recreational ground, seasonal stream & springs, secluded & quiet. – Siskiyou County. $135,000 160 Acres – ag building, well, wild boar, deer, turkey & quail hunting, oak trees, grassland – Tehama County. $199,000 160 Acres – Cabin with solar & wind for power, well, mule deer bucks, upland birds – Sierra County. $684,000 160 Acres – Yea-round Fletcher Creek runs through, many cabin sites, good hunting, & is surrounded by USFS. – Modoc County. $275,000 160 Acres – Currently growing alfalfa, orchard grass, grain hays & sheep. 80 acres planted to permanent hay crops. 1500sf home, 3 irrigation wells, 350+ ton pole barn, shop, & other barns. – Modoc County. $497,500 157 Acres – Large luxurious high mountain meadows with panoramic views and spring-fed year round creek adjacent to USFS, lakes, & fishing – Sierra County. $975,000 148 Acres – Almost 1.5 miles of Spanish Creek w/ property on both sides with great fishing. Healthy stand of Douglas Fir timber & Ponderosa Pines. – Plumas County. $296,000 130 Acres – Views are endless and deer and wild turkey roam & graze the property - Napa County. $249,000 124 Acres – 6 residences, large hay barns, covered & lighted arena, pastures, tack room & equipment workshops. Great equestrian center. – Solano County. $1,900,000 123 Acres – Irrigated pasture, ponds, & trees. Building pad & new well. Barn, water rights, & 2 wells. – Siskiyou County. $598,000 120 Acres – Very private, fenced on 2 sides, great pasture ground with potential for farming. Lassen County. $229,000 120 Acres –2 creeks, mixed conifer forest, several locations to build home, adjacent to National Forest & close to S. Fork of the American River. El Dorado County. $495,000 120 Acres – 2750sf home, 1056sf guest home, 70 acres of irrigated pastures, barns, riding arena, orchard, & corrals. – Siskiyou County. $799,000 99 Acres – Great access to Lotus Road & the recreation areas of Coloma, several potential building sites, overlooking the S. Fork of the American River. El Dorado County. $395,000 93 Acres – timber, springs, old gold mine, black bear, mule deer & quail, - Plumas County. $479,000 93 Acres – private & secluded with Lake Berryessa views, sits above Markley’s cove – Napa County. $390,000 93 Acres – Spectacular views, wide open spaces, close to Fall River Lake, hunting, fishing, golf & more. Shasta County. $325,000 92 Acres – 1800 sf country home, adjacent to San Bernardino National Forest, 2500 sf barn, stables w/21 stalls, big game hunting nearby – Riverside County. $3,490,000 87 Acres – Great Mule Deer & Elk hunting and surrounded by USFS land for miles. Numerous meadows, huge springs, year round creek w/ trout. Modoc County. $295,000 85 Acres – Log cabin overlooking pond. Has orchard, corrals, & huge barn. – Lassen County. $449,000 80 Acres – 2 homes, large ag storage shop, pool, solar system, & plenty of land for animals & quads. – Yolo County. $1,325,000 80 Acres – great soil for crops, 2,000 gpm ag well, 50 gpm domestic well, metal shop, close to fishing, hunting, & golfing – Shasta County. $660,000 80 Acres – Abundant wildlife on & around property, garage/shop, barn, very private, fenced & gated – Lassen County. $275,000 80 Acres – Build your dream home! Private & secluded, gorgeous views, great year round weather, & lots of room to roam. – Los Angeles County. $288,000 76 Acres – Abundant wildlife & private world class fishing on secluded Battle Creek Canyon. Cabin with deck overlooking freestone stream. – Tehama County. $425,000 74 Acres – 65 irrigated acres in alfalfa, irrigation water from 2 wells, fenced area for horse, arena, round pen, barn, shop, 2112 sf home. – Siskiyou County. $537,500 74 Acres – turkey & deer hunting, 2 parcels, gorgeous Lake Berryessa views – Napa County. $279,000 65 Acres – 3000sf home, wrap around deck w/views, & 5 acres of fenced pastures. – Napa County. $1,399,000 55 Acres – Beautiful 7600sf Pioneer Log Home, 1700 sf deck, & 3 car garage with living space above. Incredible fishing, hunting & recreational opportunities nearby. – Siskiyou County. $3,750,000 51 Acres – 4600 sf home, workshop/barn w/ electricity, greenhouse, family orchard, pond, hunting. Solano County. $1,495,000 51 Acres – private & secluded w/ Hwy 128 access, beautiful Lake Berryessa views - Napa County. $279,000 48 Acres – RV/Trailer Park w/campsites, boat ramp & docks, 3 rental houses along river, home on top of ridge – Mendocino County. $1,950,000 43 Acres – Home, 3 acre pond, fenced on 3 sides, steel paddocks, tack room, hay storage, & abundant wildlife. – Glenn County. $365,000 42 Acres – Several potential building sites with deer, bear, quail & dove roaming the ranch – Siskiyou County. $149,000 41 Acres – 3/2 home, garage, bonus storage, spring fed water source, additional building sites, & 8 acres or irrigated pasture. – Napa County. $995,000 41 Acres – 1600 sf home, 600 sf guest quarters, 40’x40 2 story shop. Lassen County. $699,000 40 Acres – high crop production, old home site w/ septic, power & 50 gpm well, in heart of fertile Fall River Valley – Shasta County. $270,000 40 Acres – white fir and red fir timber, springs & year round creek, mule deer bucks – Lassen County. $59,000 40 Acres – mule deer bucks, bitter brush, nearby Paiute Creek – Lassen County. $79,000 40 Acres – Spectacular views, plenty of room to build, very private, close to hunting, fishing & many rivers, lakes & streams. – Shasta County. $74,500 40 Acres – Irrigated pasture, ponds (great fishing), roping arena, barns, & home. – Yuba County. $1,100,000 40 Acres – Paved road accress to several building sites w/well & power. Seasonal pond & mature oak trees. – Napa County. $499,000 39 Acres – 3460sf home, nice barn, & is completely fenced & cross fenced with 30 farmable acres. – Lassen County. $629,500 38 Acres – private & secluded with Hwy 128 access, sits above Markley’s Cove – Napa County. $342,000 37 Acres – Year round equestrian training & boarding facility. Completely fenced with 2150 sf home, 4 arenas, 2 corrals, show barn, track, workshop, hay barn & dressage court. – Kern County. $695,000 36 Acres – Great farm ground, 2 wheel lines, ag well w/pump, & plenty of water. Several building sites & close to Ash Creek Wildlife Refuge for great waterfowl hunting. – Lassen County. $89,500 31 Acres – Several building sites with terrific views, seasonal creeks, & great recreational opportunities at your fingertips. – Napa County. $269,000 30 Acres – Hunting & fishing lodge with 4 blinds, deluxe clubhouse, home, & 5 acre bass lake. Also is fully fenced with horse facilities. – Riverside County. $1,995,000 27 Acres – 3-bdrm home, landscaping and pasture with sprinklers, 2 car garage & workshop – Siskiyou County. $387,000 22 Acres – 2 nice homes, large shop, level land, & fenced ready for animals & quads. – Solano County. $749,000 21 Acres – Frontage along the Middle Fork of the Feather River, tremendous outdoor recreation activities within a 15 mile radius –Plumas County. $349,500 21 Acres – 800 ft of Spanish Creek running through, modern 3800sf home, 3 car garage, & new green house, all served by a gravity flow water system from spring on property. – Plumas County. $774,999 20 Acres – bear & blacktail deer hunting, timber, springs – Butte County. $59,000 20 Acres – mature cedars, oaks and pines, access to miles of BLM & Forest Service land – Lassen County. $173,500 20 Acres – open meadow, close to river access, golf course, Fall River Lake – Shasta County. $104,500 20 Acres – 1675 ft of Sacramento River frontage, build your dream home & enjoy hunting, fishing, & horseback riding. – Tehama County. $299,000 20 Acres – 2561sf home, pebble tech pool, professionally landscaped yard & large covered patios. Income producing almond orchard, workshop building & small detached studio room. – Yolo County. $1,295,000 Schrimsher Ranch Real Estate, LLC. Ranch Sales and Appraisals Keith L. Schrimsher • firstname.lastname@example.org 575.622.2343 (o) • 575.520.1989 (c) Listings & U Tub videos at nm-ranches.com NEW MEXICO RANCHES FOR SALE Pecos Valley Metro Complex: Roswell-Artesia, New Mexico - Located in the heart of the Pecos Valley along Highway 2 is a 28 acre Industrial Complex. 16 lots, 5-acre truck yard with night-lights and security fence. 10,800 sq. ft. covered all metal buildings and sheds, mechanical 2 bay shop, welding shop, RV parking. Extensive 3 phase 480KV power, water depo, Will divide $900,000 OBO. Gila River Farm: Gila, New Mexico - 100 acres with 84 acres of water rights, located at the end of the road flanked by the Gila River, Bear Creek, and the Gila Ditch. A wildlife sanctuary for deer, water fowl, cranes, and fly catcher habitat. Irrigated stock farm complete with pens, equipment shed and cross fence. $1,000,000. Fire Ranch: Hondo, New Mexico - In the Alamo Canyon is 400 acres comprised of big valleys and limestone hills, and excellent mule deer habitat. Fire sale price of $300,000. Seller Financing available. Hide Out Ranch: Picacho, New Mexico - 243 deeded acres of limestone hill country grassland surrounded by large private ranches. Mule deer and Barbary sheep rangeland. Primitive but priced right only $120,000. Mimbres Mountain Ranch: Silver City, New Mexico - Liquidation Sale! Offering the very best acreage and bargain prices anywhere in the southwest. Very private, very scenic with generous amount of trees, and open spaces within this ranch development. Buried utilities, excellent access, wonderful wildlife, and healthy mild climate. Located in the peaceful Mimbres Valley near Silver City. $1,500.00 per acre on tracts - 42 acres up to 1,367 acres. Financing available, owner broker. Bison Springs Ranch: Roswell, New Mexico - 9,400 acres east of Roswell adjacent to Bottomless Lakes State Park. 4,630 deeded, 3,485 federal, and 1,284 state lease acres. Private access. Big spring with marsh area habitat for waterfowl and deer. Large custom rock ranch house, apartment, barns, horse barn, stock pens, extensive water infrastructure, and good summer rains. $1,650,000 Stetson Seep: Carlsbad, New Mexico - $3,500/animal unit. 14 sections, 198 AU. Southwest of Carlsbad in the foothills of the Guadalupe Mts. Good water system, big private spring, running water .25 mile, and solid ranch infrastructure. Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 77 Ranch Marketing Associates www.RMABrokers.com 970 535-0881 • Ron Morris 970 927-3850 • Billy Long Amsterdam Camp Creek Farm Amsterdam/Churchill, MT Rolling pastures and hay ground, plenty of wildlife consisting of two parcels totaling 222 acres just 20 minutes west of Bozeman. $1,395,000 Arabian Run – Franktown, CO 35-acre estate with panoramic Rocky Mountain views, 7,783 sq. ft home with an elevator, 4.5 car garage, guest home, drive-through heated RV building and shop, 2,600 sq. ft horse barn and pipe fencing. $1,900,000 Bear Creek Ranch – Shingletown, CA One of the richest, most productive ranches in northern, CA with 673 acres of irrigated pasture (67 acres) range land and timber bisected by 1.5 miles of creek, private 260 ft. waterfall, three captured pure mountain springs and so much more. $3,800,000 Beaver Creek Ranch – Fairplay, CO Thirty-five acres with fishing stream, domestic well, 2,400sq ft. furnished home with Thomas Michael original log furniture, large deck with mountain views, heated workshop close to Pike National Forest. $749,000 Big Creek Ranch - Steamboat Springs, CO Rare 5,034 deeded acres in its own valley with 85% perimeter bordering National Forest. 11,000 sq. ft. lodge, five miles of Big Creek and development potential just outside Steamboat Springs. $59,900,000 Big Game Hunting Camp – Fairplay, CO A successful and established big game outfitting business in operation for over twenty years, is now on the market. The sale includes 35 acres, several cabins, a year-round stream, permits, easement, name, client list, website and booked hunts. $550,000 Bonsall Farm - Bonsall, CA 140+ acre Hacienda estate & working ranch, avocado and citrus groves, horse facilities, manager’s homes, pools, ranch office, gardens, barn. $11,950,000 Cartal Ranch – Del Rio, TX 2,690 acres with over 2 miles of Sycamore Creek running through the property along with artesian springs and two water wells. Improvements include barns, residence, hunting lodge with swimming pool and two ranch entrances with superior road system providing easy year-round access of Hwy 90. Seller will convey 50% of mineral rights. $3,940,850 Chaparral Lakes Ranch – Redding, CA 400 private acres near national parks, retail, airport with wildlife and development potential. $1,250,000 Colorado River Ranch – Dotsero, CO One of a kind recreation ranch on 1,017 acres with two miles of fishing waters along private stretch of Colorado River with private ponds, irrigated hay meadows, internal roads, ranch home, steel sheds, tack building, water rights, full mineral rights, approximately one hour from Vail and Aspen. $14,900,000 Compton Ranch – Larkspur, CO 146± acres comprised of four separate yet adjoining parcels with potential division by future land owner. An ideal equestrian estate or small cattle ranch with custom home, onebedroom/bath manager’s home, six-stall horse barn, round pen, roping arena, corrals, wells and more. $1,300,000 Cross Bar Ranch – Oakalla, TX 343 acre Hill Country ranch with fantastic 5,886 sq ft Douglas fir lodge overlooking a 25-acre stocked lake with high game fence and stocked with elk, oryx, axis, black buck antelope, red stag, and white-tail deer. $6,750,000 Double Diamond Ranch – Fort Bidwell, CA The 638-acre Double Diamond Ranch is located in the northern end of the Surprise Valley. It summers as many as 1,300 yearling cattle or the equivalent cow/calf numbers and possesses some of the best water, finest soils and quality grasslands in the area. $2,950,000 East Cherry Creek Ranch – Castle Rock, CO 105-acres midway between Denver and Colorado Springs close enough to conveniences of city life yet far enough to have all of the advantages of country living with outstanding Front Range views in a low-tax county. DIA is only one hour away. $420,000 East Gallatin Preserve – Belgrade, MT 40± acres situated along the banks of the East Gallatin River, less than 10 minutes outside of Bozeman with beautiful views of five surrounding mountain ranges, world class trout fishing and a spacious 5,640 sq ft home. $2,750,000 El Capitan Ranch – Ruidosa, NM Over 11,700 deeded acres bordering 35,000 acres of the El Capitan Wilderness with 1,700 acres in high fence for hunting. This includes a lodge, manager’s home, hunting cabin and equipment storage. $19,200,000 Elk River Meadow – Steamboat Springs, CO New home on 42 acres with 1,000 feet of private Elk River frontage less than 10 miles north of Steamboat Springs. The home overlooks the native grass hay meadows, river corridor and the conservation land. $649,000 Falls Ranch – Waco, TX An ideal recreation or equestrian property conveniently located 12 miles southwest of Waco and an easy commute to Baylor University consisting of 117 acres. $495,000 Fazenda das Pedras – Westcliffe, CO Impeccable custom equestrian property on 140 acres nestled in the Wet Mountain Valley with spectacular views, 7,000 sq. ft. log home, large log guest lodge, log horse barn, second horse barn, equestrian training equipment, outdoor arena, storage and equipment buildings, adjacent to public lands for endless trails. $2,200,000 Fiddleback Ranch – Converse/Weston Cos., WY 4,267 deeded acres together with state, federal and private leases of approximately 50,000 acres, the Fiddleback Ranch is set along 9 miles of the Cheyenne River in the Thunder Basin National Grasslands. An 890 AU operating ranch plus bulls and horses with two houses, cabin, large heated shop and storage building, barn, working corrals and sheds. A superb grass ranch with extensive wildlife. $3,800,000 Five Star Ranch – Westcliffe, CO Named Timber Frame “Home of the Year” the residence on the 561-acre Five Star Ranch features a well-designed floor plan with exquisite use of rare and unique building products and design elements that make the home a true masterpiece inside and out. Surrounded by natural beauty in a private, wildlife rich setting bordering large private ranches and national forest with adjacent guest home, cozy cabin, storage buildings with impeccable landscaping and comfortable outdoor living spaces. $4,900,000 Flat Tops Wildlife Ranch – Toponas, CO 954 acres between Vail and Steamboat Springs. Big game hunting, outdoor recreation, development potential. $2,950,000 Freedom’s Edge Ranch – Glendo, WY Located between Douglas and Wheatland, seven miles south of Glendo, the one hundred acre Freedom’s Edge Ranch offers quiet, rural living with upscale, rustic improvements in a convenient and easily accessible year-round location along the I-25 corridor. $850,000 Fremont Ranch – Jefferson, CO A hunter’s and cattleman’s paradise with majestic mountain views in every direction, the 485-acre Fremont Ranch is ideally located 70 miles south west of Denver and 24 miles south east of the resort town Breckenridge in Hunting Area 500. Gatlin Homestead – Story, WY Perfect 40-acre gentleman’s retreat ranch ideal for horse lovers at base of Big Horn Mtns., end of road privacy, bordering the 1.5 million acre Big Horn National Forest with gorgeous, custom 3,300 sq. ft. log home with open concept, 1,200 sq. ft log mother-in-law/guest/rental cabin, barns, garage, equipment storage, trout pond, springs and more. $1,750,000 Goose Ridge Ranch – Franktown, CO 35-acre horse ranch with great views of Pikes Peak and the mountain range from Walsenburg to Ft. Collins and a 6,278 sq ft home with many upgrades. $1,150,000 Granite Peaks Ranch – Durango, CO One of a kind, 565-acre fly fishing and equestrian estate with 3 miles of the Pine River running through it, several architectural masterpiece improvements including a magnificent and impeccable 5,500 sq. ft. main home and a matching guest cabin just steps from the river surrounded by spectacular granite peaks providing privacy & spectacular scenery. $24,000,000 Half Moon Bar Lodge – Medford, OR An 80-acre secluded lodge with vacation cabins on the scenic Rogue River with hundreds of feet of river frontage, spectacular fishing set amongst the lush, private and pristine landscape in Oregon. $2,500,000 Hanna Creek Ranch - Big Horn, WY 17-acre turn-key equestrian ranch surrounded by spectacular mountain views on eastern slope of Big Horn Mtns. with 3,000+ sq. ft. ranch home, horse facilities with outdoor arena, barn with office, loafing sheds. $895,000 Indian Shadow Ranch – Durango, CO An exquisite 1,769-acre wildlife and recreation ranch with one and two-thirds miles of the La Plata River running through it only 12 miles from downtown Durango. Includes newly remodeled 6,780 sq. ft home, manager’s home near the river, 2,400 sq. ft horse barn, several ponds, high quality pasture and more. $22,000,000 J C Mesa Ranch – Telluride, CO 2,379 of the only remaining undeveloped and unencumbered ranches in the Telluride area with breathtaking, unobstructed 360-degree mountain and downtown Telluride views and surrounded by large land holdings to the south and west and BLM land to the east and west. Private with year-round access. $29,000,000 Kiowa Ranch – Kiowa, CO 855-acre scenic cattle and hunting ranch offering excellent grazing ground, privacy, front range views and proximity to metropolitan amenities. $1,539,000 Lake Cisco Ranch – Cisco, TX 320 acres on Lake Cisco located 2 miles from town and an easy drive to Fort Worth. This Texas development property has 1 1/2 +/- miles of Lake Cisco shoreline the only privately owned footage of shoreline on the lake. $2,350,000 Lake Berryessa Ranch – St. Helena, CA A unique, undeveloped 4,400-acre property resting in the easting portion of Napa County with unobstructed vistas of Lake Berryessa and the surrounding mountains. $4,500,000 Lower Elk River Ranch – Steamboat Springs, CO Offering a rare combination of 116 acres with over 1 mile of Elk River frontage and ski area views just outside Steamboat Springs and close to regional airport. $2,499,000 Lower Trout Creek Camp – Fairplay, CO Unique 140-acre ranch comprised of four 35-acre parcels with year-round stream, domestic well, stocked fishing pond, several small cabins that sleep over 20 people. Previously used as a base camp for big game outfitters and summer pasture for cattle. Situated at 9,400 ft above sea level with ability to build a home and drill a well on each parcel with no covenants or homeowner’s associations. $675,000. Marabou Ranch – Steamboat Springs, CO Steamboat Springs homesites starting at $1,300,000 in this Luxury Shared-Ranch Community encompassing over 1,700 acres with 2 miles of outstanding fishing on the Elk River and 10 acres of stream-fed ponds, timberframe lodge and owner’s cabins and more. Marshall Ranch – Del Rio, TX 2,551 acres game ranch located 20 minutes southeast of Del Rio with property line adjoining Laughlin Air Force base on one side. High game fenced and stocked with white-tail deer and turkey, manager’s home, hunting cabin, barns, storage, cattle pens and horse stalls and 50% of the mineral rights. $3,380,075 Mission Creek Preserve – Livingston, MT An exquisite 480-acre ranch surrounded by towering peaks of the Absaroka Range to the south and the Crazy Mountains to the north with home built in hillside consisting of 3,525 sq ft, solar powered cabin next to Fitzpatrick Lake, organic garden, with excellent outdoor recreation. $1,900,000 78 Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West Moonshadow Ranch – Steamboat Springs, CO Impressive equestrian ranch near Steamboat Springs ski area and Lake Catamount on 39 acres with masterpiece British Columbian timber frame home with exquisite, top of the line details throughout. $5,900,000 Mountain View Ranch – Colorado Springs, CO 60-acre turnkey horse property located in El Paso County with a 5,900 sq ft ranch-style stucco and stone home, seven-stall horse barn and heated indoor arena. A horse lover’s dream with outstanding facilities and Front Range views. $1,750,000 Naruna Ranch – Lampasas, TX 1,315 acre Hill Country cattle, hunting and recreation ranch with two creeks flowing through it located 90 minutes northwest of Austin. $4,602,500 Navajo River Ranch – Chromo, CO 35-acre estate with 2,700 sq ft home which is part of a 3,000 area gated ranch just 35 minutes south of Pagosa Springs and 35 minutes from Chama, NM. $649,000 Noble Meadows - Gallatin Gateway, MT 40 acres located approximately one mile from Gallatin Gateway and 15 minutes from Bozeman currently used in an agricultural capacity with excellent opportunities for ground water resources. Perimeter fenced, within walking distance to the Gallatin River, views of the Spanish Peaks and permitted for two residences. $395,000 North Platte River Ranch – Casper, WY 69,556 total acres twenty-three miles west of Casper with excellent year-round access and outstanding production along with twelve incredible miles of the North Platte River. $28,000,000 Patton Ranch – Canon City, CO Classic cattle and hunting property consisting of 100,000 total acres with carrying capacity of 200 head with ranch home in serene valley. Ideal for horse lover’s too. $1,600,000 Plentyl Estate – Austin, TX 109±-acre cattle ranch with the highest point in Williamson County at 1,150 ft with outstanding build sites with long distance, private views, surrounded by beautiful live oaks. $874,825 Powderhorn Wilderness Hideout - Powderhorn, CO Private 4.77 acres, direct access to NF with 360 degree views, two-level log home, barn, corrals, round pen. $500,000 Red Hawk Ranch – Hayden, CO 493 acres of prime hunting land NW of Steamboat Springs with the Dry Fork of Elkhead Creek flowing along the northern boundary. Immediately surrounding the ranch are large acreage, productive high-mountain ranches. $599,000 Rincon Ranch – Marathon, TX 3,870 acre historic cattle ranch near the entrance of Big Bend National Park and just 30 miles south of Marathon. Great mule deer hunting property with frontage on State Hwy 385 and surrounded by other large ranches. $1,489,950 Ruby Lake Ranch – Alder, MT 8,871 total contiguous acres rich in natural resources with over three miles of shoreline along Ruby Reservoir. $7,800,000 Saguache Creek Ranch – Moffat, CO A quality commercial cow-calf operation on Saguache Creek w/combined acreage of leased and fee land totaling over 350,000 acres. Improvements include residence, barns, and adequate cattle facilities. $4,000,000 Sam Bass Springs Ranch – Kingsland, TX Beautiful 263-acre Hill Country ranch one mile from the Legends Golf Course characterized by rolling woodlands interspersed with spring creeks, granite outcroppings, natural pools with waterfall with excellent wildlife. $1,971,825 Sanguine Creek Ranch – Fairplay, CO 1,640 total acres located five minutes from Fairplay and an hour’s drive from Denver, close to world-class snow skiing in Breckenridge. Has been operated as a yearround Dude Ranch. $2,550,000 Shadow Creek Ranch – Kremmling, CO 6,000-acre shared-amenity ranch and working cattle operation with 22-70 acre home sites located one hour from ski resorts with main guest lodge, rustic cabins, world-class equestrian facilities adjoining 4,000 acres of wilderness. $1,500,000 Shepardsbend on the Colorado River - Kremmling, CO 172 acres with some of the best fly-fishing water available. Over one and one half miles of the both sides of the Colorado River providing large numbers of trout only two hours NW of Denver in a sportsman’s paradise. $1,850,000 Silver Spring Farm – Ashland, OR World-class equestrian facility on 60 acres with state-ofthe-art barn, Olympic full court, indoor dressage arena, 3,500 sq. ft. clubhouse, spectacular home site, south-facing vineyard, canals, creek, trails and more. $4,995,000 Slash LD Ranch – Villa Grove, CO 1,615 deeded acres and 640 state leased acres set in the historical San Luis Valley along the Sangre De Cristo Range and permitted to operate 1,100 A.U. with custom log home, manager’s house, bunkhouse, barns and over 26 CFS worth of water rights. $4,400,000 Steamboat Lake Ranch – Steamboat Springs, CO 125-acre property with Routh National Forest boundary, ideal scenario for recreation access straight from the property. Close to historic village of Hahn’s Peak with two restaurants, convenience store, marina and great sense of community. $995,000 Step Rock Ranch – Oak Creek, CO 809 acres with home located 30 miles south of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, along the banks of Trout Creek with a National Forest boundary and surrounded by large area ranches. Traditionally used for hunting and grazing, Step Rock Ranch is also ideally set up for horses. $4,395,000 Sycamore Creek Ranch – Del Rio, TX 9,100 acres located across two counties with active oil and gas leasing and exploration. The property will convey 50% of the minerals and encompasses three adjoining ranches that can be sold separately or in any combination. Improvements consist of 4 homes, lodge, swimming pool, grain silos and easy access of Stage Hwy 277. $12,057,000 Texas Cowhouse Creek Ranch – Hamilton, TX 412-acre Texas Hill Country Ranch with 4,800 sq ft. twostory lodge, 10-acre lake and over one mile of beautiful Cowhouse Creek running through it. $2,595,000 The Homestead At Big Red Park – Steamboat Springs, CO Completely surrounded by the Routt/Medicine Bow National Forest, the Homestead at Big Red Park is 160 acres with high mountain streams and direct trail access for year-round recreational opportunities. Includes a main cabin and two additional cabins. The 1241 Ranch – Waco, TX 276-acres with wide open views with great water resources, a comfortable home and is ideal for cattle, horses, hunting and fishing. $1,050,000 The Old Ranch – Hamilton, TX A sportsman’s lodge and residential retreat consisting of 356 acres often used for hunting get-away and entertainment lodge. Includes a fully furnished 2,852 sq ft ranch-style lodge capable of sleeping 16 guests with excellent hunting close to Austin, Waco and Dallas/Ft. Worth. $1,499,999 Two Rivers Cow Camp – Steamboat Springs, CO 23 acres bordering NF with spring-fed trout pond, carriage house/residence, five-bay garage, guest cabin, full equine facilities, security/privacy gate. $1,950,000 Valley View Ranch – Pagosa Springs, CO 1,353 acre cattle ranch and recreation property two miles from Pagosa Springs with sweeping, unobstructed views of the Continental Divide, and bordering the 2.5-million acre San Juan National Forest. Runs 900 yearlings and includes 11+ CFS of senior water rights, three separate ditch rights, one artesian well, seven ponds and springs, half of the mineral rights and more. $11,700,000 Wales Canyon Ranch – Beulah, CO Excellent 760-acre horse and cattle ranch due to good soil, grasses and water availability with two private landing stripes for small plane accessibility and Wales Canyon running through it. Easy year round access with run-off water captured in six tanks and five water troughs connected by pipeline to a 15+_gpm electric powered water well which supports livestock and wildlife populations. $1,780,000 Walton Ranch – Jackson, WY Sited along the Snake River and adjacent to the Grand Teton Mountain Range, this ionic 1,848 working ranch is less than 5 minutes from downtown Jackson Hole and offers fishing, wildlife, and spectacular views in one of the most sought out locations in the world. $100,000,000 X Lazy V Ranch – Raton, NM 1,880 acre working cattle ranch one hour from CO border surrounded on three sides by legendary T O Ranch with adobe/timber home, cattle handling facilities, perimeter fenced capable of running 180 yearlings or 75 cow/calf pair. $940,000 Y Cross Ranch – Horse Creek, WY A legendary ranch in one continuous block consisting of over 60,000 acres (92 square miles). Supports 800850 cow/calf pairs and 750-800 yearlings cattle and 40 bulls. The property has 10 creeks, 4 ditches, several reservoirs irrigating over 2,000 acres, four residences, numerous barns, sheds, shops, corrals and livestock handling facilities and more. Is offered through a Sealed Bid Process. Sealed Bids will be opened November 13, 2012. Yoas Ranch – Del Rio, TX 3,862 acres game ranch located a few minutes from Del Rio with frontage along Stage Hwy 277, three creeks which run through the property, eight species of exotics within 3,112 acres of high game fence-line, artesian springs and a 30-acre lake. $5,387,490 Y-6 Ranch – Meriden, WY 24,750 acres, 5th generation cattle ranch with 6,500head feedlot & mill, irrigation, runs 1,500 pair. $15,950,000 Zimmerman Ranch – Steamboat Springs, CO 391 open and unrestricted acres near the northern edge of the city limits with native hay meadows, grazing pastures & possible ownership at Marabou. $3,900,000 Headquarters West, Ltd. 928 634-8110 Camp Verde, AZ: 15.65 acres on the banks of Beaver Creek in an idyllic and scenic setting is the Lockett Ranch. The improved property has a custom 3,061-square-foot, 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath home with rammed earth construction on three sides, high viga pole ceilings throughout, a gourmet kitchen, radiant floor heating and air conditioning. There is also a tack room with living quarters, a round pen, hay/equipment shade, several outbuildings for storage with several pipe with mesh and cable corrals and pastures. 72 acre feet of water rights irrigates 12± acres which are planted in Bermuda grass. Views of Montezuma Castle and the Sedona Red Rocks from the east end of the property are magnificent. $450,000, the sale is contingent upon court approval, Andy or Paul Groseta 928 634-8110. Property ID#: 42063 Camp Verde, AZ: I-17 & SR 260 130.83 acres in the most strategic location for commercial development in north central Arizona on the I-17 corridor between Phoenix and Flagstaff. Motivated sellers, submit all offers. REDUCED to $4,260,000. Andy or Paul Groseta 928 634-8110. Chino Valley, AZ: Prescott Livestock Auction is the primary cattle auction barn in northern and central Arizona and one of the leading livestock markets in Arizona. The facility is relatively new, built in 2005. PLA averages over 30,400 head of cattle over the last 20 years. The site on 40.43 acres is available at $2,000,000. Andy Groseta 928 634-8110. Chino Valley, AZ: 79.63 acres with a general plan designation as commercial land use. Chino Valley is part of the Prescott Quad-City area that has some of the strongest growth rates in the country over the last decade. $1,990,750. Andy Groseta 928 634-8110. Volume 49 Farm&Ranch West 79 Fuller Western Real Estate www.fullerwestern.com 800 754-0544 Bader Gulch Ranch – Washakie County, WY: 1,760±acre recreational & grazing ranch between Ten Sleep & Buffalo. $1,295,000. Canyongate Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: Scenic 2,520±-acre ranch near Gardner in the Wet Mountains. Owner will sell lesser amounts. $875,000. Central Canyongate Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: Scenic 200-acre ranch adjacent to BLM with rights to spring. $240,000. Deep Lake Canyon Ranch – Park County, WY: Spectacular 101-acre forest inholding with nearly mile of fishing on Littlerock Creek. $1,500,000. East Canyongate Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: 160 acres adjoining BLM & wilderness & rights to spring. $199,000. Eight Feathers Ranch – Fremont County, WY: 240±-acre ranch with 3/4 mile of the Little Wind River. $1,100,000. H & H Ranch – Fremont County, CO: 4,000±-acre guest operation w/improvements and priority water. $1,100,000. High Mesa Lodge – Huerfano County, CO: Nothing short of amazing 6,242 SF home on beautiful 97-acre ranch. $3,500,000. Lazy L & B Ranch, Fremont County, WY: Quintessential Western guest facility on 128 acres bordering a river. $1,995,000. Lazy Y Ranch, Las Animas County, CO: Great equestrian center on 80 acres in southern Colorado. $735,000. San Luis Valley Cattle Ranch – Saguache County, CO: 2,911-acre cattle ranch is the fertile San Luis Valley of S. Colorado. Great water! $1,350,000. Sybille Creek Wildlife Ranch – Platte County, WY: 3/4± mile of beautiful Sybille Creek also offers hunting for Whitetail, Mule, turkey and elk. $910,000. Three Creek Ranch – Grant County, CO: This 50±-acre parcel has trout rich Willow Creek run the entire property. $695,000. Wagner Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: First-class 1,280acre cattle operation with good grass & water. $3,300,000. West Canyongate Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: 760-deeded-acre ranch with BLM lease option. Phone & electric on corner. $380,000. Wiant Ranch – Carbon County, WY: 1,990±-acre ranch with great hay and water of Cedar Creek near Saratoga. $2,700,000. Caves 54 Ranch - 54+Acre River property with immaculate custom home! Southern Oregon at its finest-JUST REDUCED $799,900 Winlock Range Ranch - 1992 Acres in Eastern Oregonlooking to build a home, graze cattle, or take in some hunting opportunities. You found it! Riverton Ranch - Private working timber and cattle ranch in Coos County Oregon. 261 Acres with a custom home! $756,000 17+Acres in Southern Oregon - Horse Ranch has it all! Gorgeous Custom home set in the mountains. JUST REDUCED $699,000 13 Acres - $99,500! Eastern Oregon opportunity to build your dream home with river frontage! Additional acreage available. Must see! Keating Section, 641 Acres - Secluded end of the road offering grounds to hunt, hike, or ride. Seasonal grass pasture and springs for livestock and game. Grant County, Oregon $300,000 175± Acres - Kimberly, Oregon – Borders Umatilla National Forest. LOP tags. $135,000 JUST LISTED! 370 Acres – 1st time on the market! Beautiful building sites on this raw land on the middle fork of the John Day River. $499,950. Terms! Yank Gulch – 40.24 acres in the beautiful mountains of So. Oregon. The views are spectacular! $109,000 Homesite in the Woods – 49± acres ready to go with house plans included in the sale and an RV to live in while you build! $225,000 Grande Ronde Ranchette – 4.82 acres with home on the river! NE Oregon mountains. ONLY $295,000 Historic Lake Creek Cabin – 80 ares in Jackson County. Truly a special place! $450,000 2-Family Setup! – Williamson River property with 2 homes. 5.79 Acres, Klamath County $549,000 Jerome Prairie 17 – Horse Ranch with Gorgeous Custom Home! 17.75 Acres, Josephine County $699,000 480 Acres – Sellers prefer to finance! Worthington Ranch – unlimited access to public lands. $750,000 Avery Land www.avery-land.com 970 327-0162 Lawrence Ranch: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO This rustic log cabin, with all the modern conveniences, sits on 105 very private acres. Fabulous mountain and plateau views peek out from the lush trees on the property, and the water flowing in the draw enhances the peaceful seclusion this ranch offers. The 1,600+ sf, 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom log house has a barn with a heated shop, a carport for 3 vehicles, a paddock for the horses and a chicken coop. $515,000. LaSal Vista Ranch This sun drenched, furnished custom log home with fabulous mountain views sits on 20 acres with 7 water shares. 3,548 sf house with 3 bedrooms, office, 2.5 bathrooms, great living areas, heated 2 car garage, and an oversized 2-tier deck. Includes a detached garage/ barn with studio apartment, 2 tack buildings, pond, corral, and cross fencing. Many toys convey. Located on Wright’s Mesa - a year round, less discovered, resort/ recreational area in the heart of the old west Colorado ranching community. $522,650. Circle G Ranch: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO Exquisite high-end log home on 75 acres bordering BLM, with views of Gurley Lake, Lone Cone Mountain, and the San Juan Mountains. The 6,000+ sf home has 4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 bathrooms, a media room, great room, family room and is sold fully furnished. 3 car detached garage and a 2,000+ sf 4-stall horse barn included. Complete equestrian set up and fencing. Close to the vibrant western ranching town of Norwood and the world class ski resort of Telluride. $2,900,000. Delserro Ranch: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO This special ranch, located in one of the most beautiful locales on the planet, is being offered at the incredibly attractive price of just $699,000. These 240 acres mol also include some great water rights on several ponds and springs. This open mesa property offers fabulous mountain views, borders the Uncompahgre National Forest and is in an area with 3 lakes and the San Miguel River. Ridge View Ranch: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO 40-acre ridge-view parcel with great canyon, mountain and valley views. Borders BLM lands, includes 100% mineral rights, water well, natural gas tap and road/ driveway. Peaceful, secluded, yet close to both Norwood and Telluride. $169,900 The View on Wright’s Mesa: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO. Trees, views, pastures and spacious lots on gently sloping terrain. These high mesa ranch lots offer all day sun, spectacular views, 50 acre lots and use of the 27 mile Gurley Riding Trail. This is a year-round outdoor paradise with outdoor activities at your doorstep. From $175,000. Gurley Canyon: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO. Spectacular panoramic open mesa views, abundant wildlife, sunshine, and use of the 27 mile private Gurley Riding Trail. Tremendous national forest and BLM lands in the surrounding region. From $162,000. Gurley Lake Ranch Lots: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO. Awake to fabulous sunrises over the snowcapped San Juan Mountains above Telluride. These private parcels, nestled in Ponderosa Pines, overlook Gurley Lake, Lone Cone Mountain and the San Juan Mountain range. Includes 655 acres of common open space and 27 miles of private trails. From $225,000. 80-Acre Private Estate: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO. 80 acres with gorgeous views to the LaSal Mountains (Utah) and San Juan Mountains (Colorado). Over 1,000 feet of Gurley Creek running through the property. 2 ponds, 5 shares of water, 2 wells. Mineral rights, access to the private 27 mile Gurley Riding Trail. $570,000 Miramonte Ranch: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO. 41-acre ranch with driveway and well, fabulous panoramic 360 mountain views, 300+ days of sunshine a year. Build your dream house here - private, yet close to town. Steps to the national forest. $145,000. Corner Lot : Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO 40 acre lot just minutes to town, level terrain, all day sun and mountain views. On a paved county road, close to 2 lakes and river. Spectacular open mesa views and easy year-round access. $168,800. Country Cottage on Wright’s Mesa: Southwestern CO. 3BR house on 4+ acres with exquisite mountain and valley views. Peaceful country living, yet just minutes from the spirited ranching town of Norwood. $260,000 Oregon Land and Wildlife.com Participating with Cabela’s Trophy Properties 866 559-3478 Coon Point – 485 acres on Klamath Lake, OR - One of a kind! 5BR home, cabins, RV hookups and loads of hunting at your fingertips! Priced to sell $2,975,000 9+-Acre Horse Property – Beautiful views of Mt. Mcloughlin in the infamous Rogue Valley. MOTIVATED SELLERS! $149,900 Lake Shore Land - 1.98 Acres in NE Oregon-Views of Wallowa Lake and the towering trees of the Northwest at its best! $139,900 Elk Creek Ranch - PRICE REDUCTION-MUST SELL! Lush grazing ground with outstanding Big Game Hunting. Grant County, Oregon. Rice Valley Farm - Excellent pasture for hay-80+ Acres with a home. Fenced and Xfenced for your animals. ONLY $352,000 Norwood Garden Estates: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO. Elegant, well built 4 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom house on 5+ acres. Ten foot ceilings, natural oak flooring, tile applications, and great mountain/ valley views. Minutes from the spirited ranching town of Norwood & close to the Telluride resort. $365,000 5 Bolinger Drive: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO. Cozy 2/3-bedroom, 2-bath home- private while minutes from town. 5 acres with vast open space, great mountain views. Energy conscious, low maintenance, oak floor & woodwork, sunroom, finished studio. $260,000. In-Town Lot: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO. 7,900sf parcel, just 1 block off the main thoroughfare, in the center of Norwood. Peaceful, yet accessible. $39,000 Lone Cone Restaurant: Norwood, Southwestern CO. In the heart of Norwood, a favorite of locals and visitors, this turnkey operation offers a great reputation, great food and well maintained facilities. The separate restaurant and saloon have a combined 20 tables for dining. 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