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Farm & Ranch Selects 14 v A Uniquely American Cattle and Equestrian Ranch Listed by Summit Sotheby’s International Realty

16 v The Riverfront Ranch Listed by Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty

22 v Santa Angelina Ranch Co-Listed by Coldwell Banker Brokers of the Valley Pacific Union International

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44 v Greg Norman’s Seven Lakes Ranch

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broker index AGPROfessionals................................................ 65.

Colorado Ranch Company............................... 67.

Alain Pinel Realtors............................................ 66.

Coldwell Banker. Brokers of the Valley.......................................... 22.

Allison James Estates & Homes...................... 68. Arnold Realty Inc................................................ 56. Avery Land............................................................71. Bill Bahny & Associates..................................... 64.

Coldwell Banker. Mountain Properties.......................................... 24. Coldwell Banker Previews. Northern California............................................21. Kevin Trenberth.

Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty. Barbara Allen.........................................................16. James Land Company........................................ 78. KRS Realty............................................................ 42. Keller Williams - Linda Kemp.......................... 79. LIV Sotheby’s International Realty................. 20.

Boulder Mountain Realty Inc........................... 72.

Coldwell Banker Previews. Northern California............................................21. Earl Leibich.

California Agricultural Properties....................74.

Compass............................................................... 44.

California Outdoor Properties......................... 36.

Four Star Realty................................................... 69.

Mason Real Estate Inc........................................ 39.

Capture Colorado............................................... 32.

The Group Inc..................................................... 77.

Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty.........18.

Harrigan Land Company.................................. 28.

Nancy Wright Brokerage................................... 80. Craig Gandy, REALTOR®.

The Chickering Company................................. 70.

Headquarters West............................................. 73.

Clark & Associates Land Brokers LLC.......... 50.

Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates...............76.

Lone Eagle Land Brokerage, Inc...................... 54. Macht-Liles Real Estate Group........................ 52.

Pacific Union International.............................. 22. Premier Ranch Properties................................. 75. Ranch Marketing Associates............................ 60. Ranchline.............................................................. 48. RE/MAX 4000..................................................... 58. RE/MAX Alliance. of Loveland...............................................Cover, 10.

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Summit Sotheby’s International Realty. Kathy Mears..........................................................14. Van Cleve Associates.......................................... 46. Volume 64 Farm&Ranch West


property index Acres± County



Acres± County

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Page Acres± County

15,880...... Mesa........................39

205........... Stanislaus...............38

134........... Routt....................... 61

26,365..... Rio Blanco.............. 31

210............ Nevada....................70

144............ Garfield...................39

255........... Mendocino.............36

145............ Delta........................59

324........... Mendocino.............37

154........... Jackson...................67

336........... Siskiyou..................38

155........... Gunnison...............52

900........... Mariposa................70

160............ Huerfano................34

1,322........ Yolo..........................66

160............ Garfield...................39

1,500........ Shasta......................36

160............ Mesa........................40

1,543........ Mendocino.............37

176............ Grand......................30

1,921........ Solano..................... 74

184........... Delta........................ 41

2,240........ San Luis Obispo...36

218............ Montrose................52

2,551........ Lassen.....................38

262........... Las Animas............32

2,576........ Colusa..................... 74

286........... Montrose................54

2,655........ Plumas....................70

320........... San Miguel.............40

4,129........ Mendocino.............69

367........... Larimer................... 10

5,696........ Siskiyou..................69

400........... San Miguel.............55

5,918........ Tehama...................37

414............ Douglas...................60

7,855........ Sonoma...................22

496........... San Miguel.............60

16,000...... Tehama...................46

500........... Gunnison...............40


522........... Grand......................67

5,000........ Santa Fe..................48

532........... Gunnison...............53

6,070........ Catron.....................75

8................ Mesa........................58

590........... Grand......................67

6,879........ Catron.....................30

9................ Delta........................52

918............ San Miguel.............30

16,309...... Rio Arriba...............28

11.............. Larimer...................77

923........... Gunnison...............28

27,000...... Lincoln...................28

19.............. Arapahoe................20

1,079........ Montrose................55

39,473..... Catron.....................75

69,550..... Natrona...................50


Outside the Region

10.............. White Pine.............79


19.............. Jefferson..................60

1,100........ Montrose................54

32.............. Larimer...................77

1,445........ Delta........................ 41

37.............. San Miguel............. 71

1,720........ Mesa........................29

50.............. Huerfano................33

1,855........ Delta........................ 41

50.............. Routt....................... 61

1,856........ La Plata...................60

1,173........ Apache....................73

50.............. Routt....................... 61

2,980........ Ouray......................54

1,280........ Apache....................73

52.............. Huerfano................34

3,000........ San Miguel.............54

52.............. Grand......................24

3,320........ Yuma.......................65


53.............. Grand......................24

3,880........ Routt....................... 61

70.............. Delta........................ 41

4,224........ Pueblo..................... 31

134........... San Joaquin........... 21

80.............. Montrose................55

5,025........ Las Animas............49

80.............. San Miguel.............55

6,945........ Grand......................25

80.............. Garfield...................40

154........... Siskiyou..................42



134........... Huerfano................35

85.............. Apache....................73

1,330........ Apache....................73

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200........... Sonoma...................70

2................ Lincoln................... 76


7................ Lincoln................... 76

97.............. Gallatin...................64

72.............. Teton....................... 16

9,650........ Yellowstone............50

186........... Crook......................57

New Mexico

263........... Crook......................57

21.............. Catron.....................75 375........... Lincoln...................48 518............ Rio Arriba............... 31 596........... Catron.....................75 878........... Mora........................ 31 1,040........ San Miguel.............48 2,880........ Catron.....................75 3,082........ Colfax......................29 3,200........ Catron.....................75 3,600........ Rio Arriba...............29 4,878........ Mora........................29


320........... Carbon....................60 880........... Crook......................57 1,008........ Crook......................56 1,057........ Carbon.................... 61 1,074........ Weston....................56 2,019........ Crook......................57 2,560........ Albany..................... 51 3,669........ Weston....................56 4,161......... Platte.......................50 4,198........ Carbon....................78 4,751........ Albany..................... 51 5,131........ Goshen...................50 8,414......... Goshen...................60 10,384...... Weston.................... 51 11,460...... Converse................50 13,164...... Niobrara................. 51 15,226...... Weston....................56

1,548........ Scotts Bluff.............50

38.............. Deschutes............... 19

5,774........ Box Butte................78

106............ Crook...................... 19 345........... Deschutes............... 19

South Dakota

507........... Deschutes............... 18

6,287........ Butte........................ 51

579........... Deschutes............... 19

7,924........ Butte........................ 51

7,100......... Rio Blanco..............30


Texas 40.............. Henderson.............80 973........... Palo Pinto...............48

160............ Humboldt..............69

98.............. Montrose................39

11,600...... Rio Blanco..............44

20.............. Wayne.....................72

172............ Riverside.................68

120........... San Miguel............. 71

12,000...... Park.........................28

570........... Garfield................... 14

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Apache Cochise Coconino Gila Graham Greenlee La Paz Maricopa Mohave Navajo Pima Pinal Santa Cruz Yavapai Yuma

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CA Contra Costa 28 Del Norte 1 El Dorado 24 Fresno 44 Glenn 11 Humboldt 4 Imperial 57 Inyo 47 Kern 49 Kings 45 Lake 14 Lassen 7 Los Angeles 53 Madera 45 Marin 25 Mariposa 41 Mendocino 10 Merced 40 Modoc 3 Mono 37 Monterey 42 Napa 21 Nevada 18 Orange 54 Placer 19 Plumas 9 Riverside 55 Sacramento 23 San Benito 43 San Bernardino 50 San Diego 56 San Francisco 27 San Joaquin 29 San Luis Obispo 48 San Mateo 32 Santa Barbara 51 Santa Clara 39 Santa Cruz 38 Shasta 6 Sierra 13 Siskiyou 2 Solano 26 Solano 26 Sonoma 20 Stanislaus 34 Sutter 16 Tehama 8 Trinity 5 Tulare 46 Tuolumne 36 Ventura 52 Yolo 22 Yuba 17

Colorado Adams Alamosa Arapahoe Archuleta Baca Bent Boulder Chaffee

22 52 23 59 63 55 11 34

AZ NM Cheyenne Clear Creek Conejos Costilla Crowley Custer Delta Denver Dolores Douglas Eagle Elbert El Paso Fremont Garfield Gilpin Grand Gunnison Hinsdale Huerfano Jackson Jefferson Kiowa Kit Carson Lake La Plata Larimer Las Animas Lincoln Logan Mesa Mineral Moffat Montezuma Montrose Morgan Otero Ouray Park Phillips Pitkin Prowers Pueblo Rio Blanco Rio Grande Routt Saguache San Juan San Miguel Sedgwick Summit Teller Washington Weld Yuma

Hawaii Hawaii Honolulu

37 18 60 61 45 43 32 21 47 28 16 29 36 39 15 19 10 33 49 53 3 20 46 31 26 58 4 62 30 6 24 50 1 57 38 12 54 41 27 8 25 56 44 9 51 2 42 48 40 7 17 35 13 5 14

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Ada Adams Bannock Bear Lake Benewah Bingham Blaine Boise Bonner Bonneville Boundary Butte Camas Canyon Caribou Cassia Clark Clearwater Custer Elmore Franklin Fremont Gem Gooding Idaho Jefferson Jerome Kootenai Latah Lemhi Lewis Lincoln Madison Minidoka Nez Perce Oneida Owyhee Payette Power Shoshone Teton Twin Falls

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23 11 40 44 4 34 26 17 2 35 1 19 25 22 41 38 20 7 18 24 43 21 16 31 10 27 37 3 6 14 9 32 28 33 8 42 30 15 39 5 29 36


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Beaverhead 46 Big Horn 54 Blaine 8 Broadwater 35 Carbon 52 Carter 56 Cascade 22 Choteau 17 Custer 42 Daniels 11 Dawson 28 Deer Lodge 32 Fallon 45 Fergus 24 Flathead 2 Gallatin 48 Garfield 26 Glacier 3 Golden Valley 28 Granite 31 Hill 7 Jefferson 34 Judith Basin 23 Lake 15 Lewis and Clark 21 Liberty 6 Lincoln 1 Madison 47 Mc Cone 27 Meagher 36 Mineral 18 Missoula 19 Musselshell 39 Park 49 Petroleum 25 Phillips 9 Pondera 4 Powder River 55 Powell 20 Prairie 43 Ravalli 30 Richland 29 Roosevelt 12 Rosebud 40 Sanders 14 Sheridan 13

Silver Bow Stillwater Sweet Grass Teton Toole Treasure Valley Wheatland Wibaux Yellowstone


Carson City Churchill Clark Douglas Elko Esmeralda Eureka Humboldt Lander Lincoln Lyon Mineral Nye Pershing Storey Washoe White Pine

33 51 50 16 5 41 10 37 44 53

8 11 17 12 3 15 6 2 5 16 10 13 14 4 9 1 7

New Mexico Bernalillo Catron Chaves Cibola Colfax Curry De Baca Dona Ana Eddy Grant Guadalupe Harding Hidalgo Lea Lincoln Los Alamos Luna McKinley Mora

14 19 27 13 4 23 22 31 32 24 17 12 29 33 21 8 30 6 10

Otero Quay Rio Arriba Roosevelt Sandoval San Juan San Miguel Santa Fe Sierra Socorro Taos Torrance Union Valencia


Baker Benton Clackamas Clatsop Columbia Coos Crook Curry Deschutes Douglas Gilliam Grant Harney Hood River Jackson Jefferson Josephine Klamath Lake Lane Lincoln Linn Malheur Marion Morrow Multnomah Polk Sherman Tillamook Umatilla Union Wallowa Wasco Washington

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24 19 18 1 2 28 27 30 26 29 9 23 35 6 32 21 31 33 34 25 15 20 36 17 10 5 16 8 3 11 12 13 7 4

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Beaver Box Elder Cache Carbon Daggett Davis Duchesne Emery Garfield Grand Iron Juab Kane Millard Morgan Piute Rich Salt Lake San Juan Sanpete Sevier Summit Tooele Uintah Utah Wasatch Washington Wayne Weber

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Adams Asotin Benton Chelan Clallam Clark Columbia Cowlitz Douglas Ferry Franklin Garfield Grant Grays Harbor Island

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Jefferson King Kitsap Kittitas Klickitat Lewis Lincoln Mason Okanogan Pacific Pend Oreille Pierce San Juan Skagit Skamania Snohomish Spokane Stevens Thurston Wahkiakum Walla Walla Whatcom Whitman Yakima

Wyoming Albany Big Horn Campbell Carbon Converse Crook Fremont Goshen Hot Springs Johnson Laramie Lincoln Natrona Niobrara Park Platte Sheridan Sublette Sweetwater Teton Uinta Washakie Weston

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Luxury Craftsmanship Saddle Notch Ranch

Larimer County, Colorado

Colorado v Larimer County v Loveland


Luxury craftsmanship and privacy describe this magnificent estate. Approximately 367 acres includes the custom-built main log home – 10,929 square feet distributed on three levels and the 2,000-square-foot popup tower, masterfully planned in a spot with the best views and protection from mountain winds, a cozy guest cabin and expansive barn. The artistic mastery is highlighted by two treesize pillars with flared root bottoms flanking the entry, carvings and one-of-a-kind fixtures. From there, you’re invited into the entry where stairs spiral around a 53-foot tall log post.


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The owners wanted to be able to comfortably entertain 20 to 30 people, so the main cabin encompasses unmatched space to entertain large parties. Other amenities include an office, fitness room, outdoor fireplace and theatre.

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The main home is surrounded with rocks and water, designing a rugged landscape that even further emphasizes the drama of the logs. Water abounds on this property including two ponds, springs and meadows surrounded by forest. Multiple patios and decks offer areas to relax by the warmth of the wood-burning fireplace while the recirculating stream, ponds and wildlife fascinate. Cattle and horses wander in pastures surrounded by unmatched privacy. v Offered for $7,200,000. For more information on this Saddle Notch Ranch, please contact Kim Tomlinson with REMAX Alliance of Loveland at 970-397-2077, or email Kim at


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COLORADO LIV Sotheby’s International Realty 8000 E Belleview Avenue, Suite 200 Greenwood Village, CO 80111

Jeff Hendley 303-877-6767

Susie Dews 303-521-9009

OREGON Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty - Farm & Ranch Division 650 SW Bond St, Suite 100 Bend, OR 97702

Pam Mayo-Phillips 541-480-1513

Brook Havens 541-604-0788



Summit Sotheby’s Realty 1750 Park Ave Park City, UT 84060

Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty 185 W. Broadway Avenue Jackson, WY 83001

Kathy Mears 435-901-9964

Barbara Allen 307-413-3510

BEST WEST of the

A Uniquely American Cattle and Equestrian Ranch


he Robison Ranch is located in an area of Utah known for its wild and scenic landscapes. It is a rare private land holding adjacent to the public lands of the

1.8 million-acre Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. The Robison Ranch is comprised of 570 acres with live water, significant water rights, hay fields for the herd and an intensely private setting. The Robison Ranch raises registered Black Angus Cattle. The herd is expected to be 300 in 2016. Grazing permits allow the cattle to summer in the nearby mountains. All hay is produced on the ranch and the cattle are grass fed onsite.

Utah v Garfield County v Boulder


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An indoor 70,000-square-foot, heated, regulation-size equestrian arena, horse barn, pastures and large outdoor arena comprise the equestrian element of the ranch. Both working and show horses make up the equestrian aspect of the Robison Ranch. With meticulous attention to detail, the Robison Ranch has impressive infrastructures that has been developed from the raw land to create an efficient ranch operation. Structures include a shop building, hay storages, garages and wood shop, gas and diesel fuel storage tanks, pump house, horse barn, cattle barn, livestock and machine sheds and of course, the indoor arena. A turn-key operation!

Water is an essential element for the everyday life and longevity of the Robison Ranch, and is also aesthetically pleasing. There are well permits, water rights and plentiful irrigation shares. Boulder Creek flows along the southwest boundary year round. The main ranch home is a classic-style, 6,000-square-foot and features six bedrooms, six baths and a separate entrance ranch office. There are an additional six living quarters for guests and employees including homes, a bunkhouse and an apartment. The Robison Ranch is offered at $10,000,000. v

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BEST WEST of the

The Riverfront Ranch Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Wyoming v Teton County v Jackson


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Located in one of the most pristine and wildlife-

rich areas in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, this exclusive property fronts the Snake River and has two streams running through it. Just 10 minutes from town, restaurants, world-class recreation and medical facilities, yet totally private and remote. The ranch offers dramatic views of the Teton Range across water with towering cottonwood stands, lush meadows and beautiful aspen groves throughout. Elk, moose and swans are frequent visitors. There is excellent fishing on Price Creek and the Snake River as well as the ability to keep horses on the property. This property allows for a larger compound of residential dwellings than most in Teton County. Please call for more information. $17,900,000.

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R&B Ranch

Oregon v Deschutes County v Sisters

R&B Ranch is 507 acres with stunning Cascade Mountain views. Main home is a custom northwest-style single level with 14,666 square feet, eight bedrooms, 8.5 baths, grand entry, living room, stone fireplace, wet bar, formal dining, gourmet kitchen, butlers kitchen, wine room, theater, and guest wing with four guest casitas. This legacy ranch includes barn with saloon, indoor arena, rec barn, 9-bay shop, racetrack, livestock barn, 193 acres of water rights, 6,263-square-foot guest home, 3,727-square-foot manager’s home, stocked pond and additional building sites. $24,000,000.


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Patterson Ranch Oregon v Deschutes County v Sisters


With a rich history in livestock production the property is 345 acres with 339 acres of water rights – one of the strongest water rights in Central Oregon. Home: 3,704 square feet, three bedroom, 3.5 baths with unobstructed Cascade Mountain views. Property: four ponds, two additional homes, two barns – 53 stalls, shop, grass paddocks, adjoins public forest land. $7,600,000.


Six Bit Ranch is 38 acres with 36 acres of water rights with automatic system, pond, water feature, landscaped and barn. Stunning contemporary home designed with warmth, wood finishes, natural light oriented to capture the Cascade Mountain views. Home features: 4,036 square passive solar design and open floorplan.

Six Bit Ranch


Oregon v Deschutes County v Bend

feet, three bedrooms, 3.5 baths, single level,

McKay Road Ranch Oregon v Crook County v Prineville


Spectacular Cascade Mountain and valley views from private hilltop estate. Features: 4,456 square feet, three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, country kitchen, quality finishes. Outdoor swimming pool, beautiful landscaped yard and gardens. 106 acres, 43 acres of irrigation water rights, shop, barn, outdoor arena, greenhouse, gated entry and additional building site. $1,900,000.

River Ranch Oregon v Deschutes County v Redmond


One of the most historical and productive ranches in Central Oregon with 579 acres and 461 acres water rights. Huge Cascade Mountain and Smith Rock views. Three homes, huge 100x300 indoor arena with apartment, 16-stall show barn, 14-stall mare barn, covered work area, two shops, equipment sheds, feed lot, corrals and scales. $5,500,000.

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Greenwood Village’s Most Admired Horse Property Colorado v Arapahoe County v Greenwood Village


Highline Farm, located at 5550 S. Steele Street in Greenwood Village, is one of only two undeveloped parcels of its size left in Greenwood Village. To locals familiar with the property, it’s also one of the most admired horse properties in the Denver Metro area. The property is 19 acres of beautifullytreed, gently-sloping land with panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains. It is conveniently located in the heart of Greenwood Village, just east of University Boulevard and south of Belleview Avenue, just minutes to Denver Tech Center and Interstate 25. The property is approximately 20 minutes to downtown Denver, 40 minutes to Denver International Airport and quick access to the highly-acclaimed ski resorts. Considered the most valued land in the area due to its beauty, size and location, the property is owned by the prominent Duke family. It borders the Highline Canal and Trail and offers uninterrupted views of Pikes Peak and the Rocky Mountains. For nearly 70 years, the family has enjoyed the rural qualities of living on such a large parcel of land, including raising livestock, intermingling with wildlife and admiring the expansive views of the mountains.

Jeff Hendley 303-877-6767

Susie Dews 303-521-9009


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Trinity Ranch South – Equestrian Estate in Wine Country California v San Joaquin County v Lodi


Gentle delta breezes fan the environs of the 134-acre, turn-key equestrian facility 8 miles east of Lodi, California, in the Clements Hills sub appellation of the Lodi AVA. This gated property boasts just about everything a horse ranch owner dreams; barns, irrigated pastures, arenas and more. The main house is ideal for entertaining with an open floor plan, encompassing the kitchen, dining and living room with access to beautiful pool/spa area. The 134 acres includes 54-acre parcel with four-section pivot irrigation, ideal for grazing cattle. Two solar systems provide reduced energy costs, house/pool on one and ranch operations on the other. Offered at $4,995,000.

Kevin Trenberth, CalBRE#01459652 • Cell 831-801-4381 • Earl Liebich, CalBRE#01401290 • Cell 408-406-7137 •

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BEST WEST of the

California v Sonoma County v Calistoga A World-Class Lifestyle Offering

extraordinary amenities that this area provides; accessible. From the front gate, it is approximately

The Santa Angelina Ranch is one of the world-class food and wine experiences including preeminent land holdings in the Sonoma and

a 20-minute drive to either Calistoga (Napa

two Michelin 3-star restaurants, luxury spas and

Valley) or Healdsburg (Sonoma County), a

Napa County area. Located in the Knights Valley resorts, acclaimed film festivals, venues hosting

45-minute drive to the Sonoma County airport

appellation and equidistant from Calistoga

renowned performing artists, the Mayacama

with commercial airline service, and about one

and Healdsburg, this magnificent property on

Jack Nicklaus-designed golf club, and even Indy

hour and forty minutes to San Francisco

nearly 8,000 acres, is remarkable not only for

and NASCAR car racing. Seldom would one

its pristine natural resources, historic value

find such seclusion and unmarred beauty with

The Santa Angelina Ranch is a rare treasure of

and absolute privacy, but for its location within convenient proximity to such an exceptional and

agricultural, natural and scenic land, supporting

America’s premier wine making region and the


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A Rare Natural Treasure

exciting lifestyle offering. The property is easily native plant communities and wildlife habitat

representative of the California Coastal Range

There are multiple springs and three surface

and the Pacific Coastal Wildlife Region. It ponds on the ranch used for watering cattle includes riparian corridors along Briggs and

and game as well as fishing and swimming.

Maacama Creeks, and significant biotic resource Two blue line creeks flow through the property. areas scattered throughout, supporting a rich

On the westerly boundary of the property,

diversity of plant communities and wildlife McDonnell Creek flows year long. Bisecting the habitats. Large portions of the ranch provide an

ranch flowing from east to west is Briggs Creek

important open space vista to travelers on Route which is also year round. Both creeks feed into 128, designated a scenic corridor in the Sonoma

Maacama Creek which ultimately feeds the

County General Plan.

Russian River system and both also have native

Owned by the same family since the early 1960s, the property has been primarily used

trout and support runs of steelhead. In early 1996 the owners of the Santa Angelina

for residential and recreational purposes. This Ranch entered into an agreement conveying a unique property provides opportunities for conservation easement to the Sonoma County horseback riding, hiking, swimming, hunting,

Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District

as well as year-round cattle ranching with a (SCAPOSD) with the goal of preserving these herd that has historically ranged from 100 natural resources and the property’s historical to 200 pairs. There is significant potential for values. Within the conservation easement, vineyard development, with almost 1,600 acres additional development rights are provided, less than 30 percent slope. Improvements including among other things, residences, a include multiple residential buildings, one of winery, vineyard and equestrian facilities. The which dates back to the late 1800s, agricultural Santa Angelina Ranch is immediately adjacent to buildings totaling over 11,000 square feet, significant other open space properties, providing a helicopter hangar, two rustic deer cabins, thousands of acres of additional protected land, fences and 30± miles of ranch roads. The including the McCord Ranch to the west and cattle operation contributes toward operating the Modini Ranch to the northwest, which are expenses and provides for “old west-styled

protected through conservation easements held

roundups” each winter and spring. The ranch

by the Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation

also raises 15 to 30 replacement heifers annually. and Open Space District (SCAPOSD), and the This herd level provides ample feed for healthy US Bureau of Land Management properties cattle while leaving plenty of natural feed for

to the north and east. Land stewardship on

the teaming black-tailed deer population that is

such an impressive scale is rare and absolutely

at home on the Santa Angelina.

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Tonahutu Creek Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Grand Lake


Tonahutu Creek Ranch is nestled in a valley bordering Rocky Mountain National Park making it the last opportunity to own a ranch and home site with direct access to one of the nation’s greatest national treasures. The legendary Colorado River is born from snow melt on the Continental Divide in Rocky Mountain National park. Two of the creeks that help form the Colorado River are Tonahutu Creek and North Inlet Creek which merge on Tonahutu Creek Ranch. Native brook trout, rainbows and browns call Tonahutu Creek Ranch home and provide a pristine setting for your mountain home. $3,990,000.

Sunset Canyon Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Parshall


Sunset Canyon Ranch, located on the upper Colorado River in a pristine canyon just below the Williams Fork, is one of the last opportunities to own private, bank-to-bank fly fishing on the legendary Colorado River. Over 1.3 miles of private fly fishing with cut banks, clear riffles, deep pools – all lined by tall cottonwoods creating a nearly perfect riparian ecosystem. Natural populations of browns and rainbows, that average over 16 inches but are known to reach 24 inches, give a skilled angler the chance to attract that trophy trout at any moment. $2,995,000.


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High Plains Ranch


Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

The High Plains Ranch in Kremmling, Colorado, is being offered for sale for the first time for $39,800,000. The 6,945-acre ranch – arguably the most action-packed luxury recreational ranch in the west, with its own private ski slopes – has been an idyllic, private retreat for one local family since 1999. The hope is that the Colorado paradise can provide another family with an exclusive getaway, filled with their own fond memories. Nestled in the high country, High Plains Ranch boasts amenities as grand as the Rocky Mountains that surround it. The ranch features a main lodge that would be the envy of any five-star resort, a well-appointed saloon and party barn suited for memorable gatherings, a hunting and ski lodge that acts as the perfect all-season basecamp for outdoor pursuits, and a giant workshop filled with toys to outfit any sportsperson’s appetite for outdoor adventure. High Plains Ranch is a year-round paradise, offering a four-season lifestyle – and it is all less than a two-hour drive from Denver, or minutes from the private jet accessible airport in Kremmling. There are wranglers to guide horseback rides, private pond and river fly fishing for trophy rainbows, miles of hiking and mountain biking trails, rafting on the Colorado River, ATV adventures for all skill levels, a paint-ball competition course, a sporting clays and shooting sports center. More outdoor activities than you can imagine to create a book of memories. Then in the fall, when the mornings are crisp and the aspens turn yellow, hundreds of elk begin to gather for their annual event making High Plains Ranch one of Colorado’s most exclusive private hunting reserves. Once snowfall hits the high country, the ranch becomes a winter wonderland with as many outdoor adventure activities as during the summer months. Start by hosting your family and friends to skiing the private slopes at High Plains, take a Snowcat tour, cross-country ski over 10 miles of carefully-manicured trails or just snowshoe through the wilderness. Then warm up at the mountain top ski lodge. There are two Snowcats that keep the property’s slopes and trails in perfect condition at all times during the winter. For the ultimate winter challenge experience, enjoy world-class tubing at its finest on a 20-acre winter adventure park. A warming hut provides a cozy place to enjoy a hot cup of cocoa. For a high-speed adventure, jump on one of a fleet of snowmobiles right onto trails that wind through the Colorado High Country. And if you still have the energy, the property also has a private hockey and ice skating rink that comes equipped with a Zamboni to ensure the ice surface is in perfect condition. “This ranch is in a class of its own among trophy properties, and it must be seen to be fully appreciated,” said the owner. “I purchased and developed the ranch as a place for my family – including 27 children and grandchildren – to enjoy, and they had incredible times here. Now that the grandchildren are grown or off to college, the time has come for another family to make memories of their own in this Colorado paradise. There truly isn’t another property as exclusive and special as High Plains Ranch, and we’re looking forward to introducing all that it has to offer to its next owner.”

Dennis R. Saffell, ALC Coldwell Banker Mountain Properties

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Broken Butt Ranch New Mexico v Rio Arriba County v Chama


Never before offered on the market, the 16,309-acre Broken Butt Ranch in Northern New Mexico easily qualifies as one of the largest remaining elk-rich mountain ranches in the state. Named for a rifle with a broken stock found on the ranch in the early 1900s, Broken Butt Ranch has a long history of careful management as a joint cattle and hunting property. $32,000,000. Property ID: 52690

Alligator Springs Ranch New Mexico Lincoln County v Ruidoso


With a vertical relief of 6,000 feet, the Capitan Mountains create





ecologically diverse habitat in the West, from the Chihuahuan Desert lowlands to subalpine forest highlands. The 27,000-

Red Hawk Ranch

acre (11,563 deeded) Alligator

Colorado Gunnison County v Crested Butte

Springs Ranch, just 45 minutes from Ruidoso, captures the best of this diversity as one of

At Red Hawk Ranch, high in the West Elk

parcels, contact Harrigan Land Company for details. $14,245,000. Property ID: 51482


the best cattle and big game ranches in Southern New Mexico. Available as a whole or in five

Mountains near Crested Butte, Colorado, you’ll not only be away from it all, but also above it all. This 923-acre wilderness ranch for sale boasts sweeping views of the magnificent Ohio Creek Valley that will be shared only by you and the eagles. $3,950,000. Property ID: 44160

Dave Harrigan Hunter Harrigan

Elk Highland Ranch

1781 Macom Drive • Sedalia, CO 80135

303-683-9090 800-524-1818 toll free


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Colorado v Park County v Guffey

Containing over 2,145 deeded acres and nearly 12,000 additional permitted acres, Elk Highland Ranch is a large operation capable of being a profitable cattle producer in its own right, yet offers so much more. While cattle can be a mainstay here, hunting, fishing and development opportunities sweeten the pot of possibilities. $5,750,000. Property ID: 50204

Canada del Oso Ranch


New Mexico v Mora County v Mora

Privacy that is second to none, mountain canyons that teem with big game, several live streams and a spectacular new home/ lodge make the 4,878-acre Canada del Oso (Canyon of the Bear) Ranch between Angel Fire and Taos, one of the premier mountain hunting properties in Northern New Mexico. $9,950,000. Property ID: 49972

American Creek Ranch New Mexico v Colfax County v Angel Fire


Located in the shadow of New Mexico’s highest peak and only minutes from Angel Fire, Taos and Red River ski resorts, American Creek Ranch may be the best situated recreational ranch in the state. Over 3,082 deeded acres of mountain forest and rolling grassland provide ample room for solitude, stunning alpine views and large herds of mule deer and elk. $7,600,000. Property ID: 49352

7 Mares Ranch New Mexico v Rio Arriba County v Chama


With over 3,600 acres (3,463 deeded) at an average elevation of 7,200 feet, the ranch is high enough to escape hot summers, but low enough to produce strong hay crops and healthy herds of cattle. Most significantly, over four miles of a year-round stream with substantial water rights, Nutrias Creek, keep 7 Mares Ranch appealing to an abundance of wildlife, including trophy elk and mule deer. $5,950,000. Property ID: 50329

Big Iron Ranch


Colorado v Mesa County v Collbran

Located at the end of the road, this remarkably private 1,720-acre refuge adjoins Grand Mesa National Forest for 2.5 miles, giving it a rare “edge-of-the-wilderness” feel, yet is readily accessible year round to Interstate 70 and the Western Slope metropolis of Grand Junction. $7,500,000. Property ID: 51921

Dave Harrigan Hunter Harrigan 1781 Macom Drive • Sedalia, CO 80135

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Quality at every turn marks the 176-acre Old World Ranch, nestled in the heart of the exclusive 19,000-acre Grand River Ranch near Kremmling, Colorado.




beveled log home and Old World-style barn are simply spectacular in their own right, but add in the amazing shared amenities of two fishing camps (including 1.5 miles of tail water), an equestrian center, a sporting clays course and a fabulous guest lodge and dining room,

Old World Ranch

and the Old World Ranch becomes one of the Rockies’ most desirable recreational properties.

Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

LK Mountain Ranch Colorado v Rio Blanco County v Meeker


Overlooking the famed White River Valley, the

$5,200,000. Property ID: 52525

Cone Lake Ranch Colorado v San Miguel County v Norwood


Less than an hour drive from the world-class ski resort of Telluride, the 918-acre Cone Lake 7,100-acre ranch sits in the heart of territory Ranch is a veritable treasure chest of hunting and fishing opportunities, all set at the foot of one known since the days of Teddy Roosevelt of Colorado’s most photogenic peaks. Whether it’s a 6×6 bull elk in your sights or a chromefor exceptional trout and exceptional big sided rainbow trout at the end of your line, something among the amazing array of attractions game hunting. Any hunter with an eye of Cone Lake Ranch is sure to please at any season of the year. $1,950,000. Property ID: 51483 towards quality will find it as abundant as the trophy mule deer on LK Mountain Ranch. $10,000,000. Property ID: 52410

Alamocita Creek Ranch New Mexico v Catron County v Datil

Dave Harrigan Hunter Harrigan 1781 Macom Drive • Sedalia, CO 80135

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Rugged scenery combined with trophy elk and mule deer herds makes the 6,879 deeded-acre Alamocita Creek Ranch a New Mexico dream ranch for sportsmen with a special appreciation for Southwestern culture, history and landscape. $3,450,000. Property ID: 50163

Wakara Ranch


Colorado v Rio Blanco County v Meeker

As rare as white buffalo are Western ranches that combine solid cattle production with trophy hunting and world-class fly fishing, but all three converge on the Wakara Ranch, just ten miles upstream of Meeker, Colorado. Easily qualifying as one of the finest all-round large ranches in Northwest Colorado, the 26,365-acre (2,364 deeded) Wakara Ranch will capture your Western imagination and not let it go for years to come. $10,000,000. Property ID: 51919

Muddy Creek Ranch Colorado v Pueblo County v Rye


Private hunting preserves may be imagined to be features of nineteenth-century England, but an excellent one exists today in the foothills of the Wet Mountains, only 25 minutes southwest of Pueblo, Colorado. Almost unbelievably, in the midst of one of the fastest-growing sections of the Rockies, the Muddy Creek Ranch remains a 4,224 acre undisturbed refuge of pines, streams and wildlife. $6,700,000. Property ID: 48835

Coyote Creek Ranch New Mexico v Mora County v Angel Fire


A very private retreat for wild trout and big game, Coyote Creek Ranch near Angel Fire is nonetheless located adjacent to a paved highway and within an hour’s drive of three major ski resorts. Situated at an elevation of about 8,500 feet, Coyote Creek Ranch holds 878 acres of ponderosa pine forest and meadows in the uplands and healthy riparian habitat along Coyote Creek. $4,200,000. Property ID: 50162

Cañones Creek Ranch New Mexico v Rio Arriba County v Chama


Don’t tell a soul, but one of New Mexico’s best trout fishing secrets lies in the heart of the Chama Valley between Santa Fe and Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Cañones Creek Ranch is 518 acres brimming with trout fishing possibilities in five lunker-filled ponds and 1.25 miles of the productive Chama River. $5,995,000. Property ID: 52919

Dave Harrigan Hunter Harrigan 1781 Macom Drive • Sedalia, CO 80135

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Sangre Vista Ranch Colorado v Las Animas County v Stonewall


Sangre Vista Ranch consists of 262+ acres and sits high above the Purgatoire River Valley and the quaint village of Stonewall. The 4,996-square-foot custom log home is made from enormous hand-hewn logs and the massive stone fireplace is warm and inviting. The great room expanse of windows accentuates the feeling of transparency in the elegant interior spaces. The jaw-dropping views include the Great Stone Wall, for which the town is named, that runs for miles through the valley, the majestic Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range and the Spanish Peaks. This beautiful home has three bedrooms and three and one half baths, with room for more in the partially finished walk-out. Other features include in-floor radiant heat, gourmet kitchen, granite counter tops, wraparound Trex decking, Blue-Stain, tongue and groove, pine interior walls, porcelain tile master bath with a walk-in shower, three Jacuzzi tubs and hickory wood floors. There is also a 1,392-square-foot barn/workshop with a 720-square-foot guest quarters. The barn is ready to add two horse stalls if desired. There is abundant wildlife that frequent the ranch including elk, deer, bear, wild turkey, and many others, creating a hunter’s paradise. $1,400,000. Contact Karen Boynton, 806-535-5239.


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Spanish Peaks Bella Vista


Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta

Spanish Peaks Bella Vista is just that, a beautiful view of the Spanish Peaks with the peaceful symphony of Middle Creek running in the background. Lose yourself in the serenity of this property while having the convenience of a quick three-mile drive to the quaint mountain town of La Veta. This property provides 360-degree views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains with opportunities for hiking, camping, golfing on a Tom Weiskofdesigned course, mountain biking, hunting, fishing, cross-country skiing or just enjoying the





50+-acre property offers a meticulously custom-designed stucco and stone home with finishes galore such as radiant in-floor heat, a gourmet commercial kitchen, fitness room and a custom stone fireplace just to name a few. An architect-designed 3,284-squarefoot home includes a four bedroom, four bath, three-car attached garage and three-car detached garage/barn. $1,100,000.

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This spectacular Cuchara River property is lo-

Bright and Early Ranch

cated just north of the quaint village of Cuchara. The ranch includes 52.67 acres with a por-

Colorado v Huerfano County v Cuchara

tion of Chaparral Canyon and Chaparral Creek running through this one-of-a-kind property. The main house, originally built in 1915, has been remodeled recently adding a master suite, master bath and deck overlooking pond and river. The home is fed by an adjudicated spring and includes an additional three bedrooms, two baths, and country kitchen where artist Shawn Bridges has put her touch. The four historic barns grace this ranch with the main barn being the “Bright and Early” barn, known by tourist and locals alike as a landmark. The ranch also has an RV barn and has all hookups necessary for guests. Rarely do we find properties with such an incredible history for sale on Highway 12. This one is a must see and priced to sell! $990,000.

Indian Creek Meadow Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta


160± acres bordered on seven sides by San Isabel National Forest. There is a spectacular meadow with Indian Creek and Price Canyon Creek running year round through the property on the west side of the meadow. Remains of two homesteads stand as a reminder of days gone by. This is a one-of-a-kind property just 5.5 miles from The Highway of Legends (State Highway 12) and the Grandote Peaks Golf Course in La Veta Colorado. Springs on the property are not yet adjudicated and minerals are included. Property can be divided. This ranch is the perfect wildlife habitat for elk, deer, black bear, turkey and mountain lions. Reduced to $795,000. Jacky Christian, Listing Broker, 719-469-4545.


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Pinon Valley Lodge and Cabins Colorado v Las Animas County v Weston


This beautiful ranch located in Southern Colorado is just north of Highway 12, the Scenic Highway of Legends, between Stonewall and Weston. Consisting of 134 acres of high alpine mountainous terrain with open grass meadows. The ranch includes the Pinon Valley Lodge (3,800Âą square feet) with a full-service restaurant and bar. Nineteen additional cabins grace this property with the majority remodeled or refurbished within the past year. A seasonal stream meanders through the ranch and a zip line, RV hookups, Razor rentals and camp sites are just a few of the numerous amenities. Perfect for corporate retreats and reunions. Pinon Valley Lodge has everything you need for a fun and relaxing getaway with five mountain lakes, hunting, hiking and backpacking all within minutes. $1,900,000. Please contact Jacky Christian, 719 469-4545.

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White Oak Ranch & Vineyard


California v Mendocino County v Hopland

California’s premiere wine country estate where Mediterranean refinement blends with Western tradition. The 255 acres comprises over 130 acres of productive vineyards that are sold to some of California’s finest wineries. The 10,000-square-foot villa is an architectural masterpiece featuring a pool, a spa and full work-out facility. The impressive infrastructure is made up of office and distribution facilities, workers’ housing, pumps and water distribution network, professional equestrian arena with stables and corrals, and perfected water rights on three ponds with two diversion rights on Russian River for recharge. Excellent trout, steelhead, and fly-fishing. $21,000,000. Jim Martin, 707-272-5507.

Morro Bay California v San Luis Obispo County v Morro Bay


A rare find! 2,240 acres of land in Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo County only 3.5 miles from the ocean, with views of Morro Rock and the blue water bay. 60+ acres Class 2 soil; mild climate due to coastal proximity. The ranch has run up to 200 pair year round. Beautiful rolling grass-covered hills with oaks, sycamores, bay and pepperwood. Several highly-productive, developed springs, creeks and small reservoirs. The property offers caretaker’s quarters and a good domestic well. $10,000,000. Todd Renfrew, 707-455-4444.

Winter Falls Ranch California v Shasta County v McArthur


This 1,500±-acre cattle, hay, wild rice and hunting ranch is truly an amazing property. Over 1,050 acres under flood irrigation; 521 in alfalfa, grass hay, alfalfa/grass mix, 201 acres in wild rice and 328 acres irrigated pasture. There are four Ag wells, a ditch pump and a spring pump all tied together, producing well over 10,000 GPM. Two homes, 3,400-square-foot metal shop, two hay barns, plus an animal/hay barn. The ranch runs 350 spring and fall calving pairs, plus 50 replacement heifers and 12 bulls, year round. $9,450,000 Donna and Rich, 530-336-6869.

California Outdoor Properties Todd Renfrew, Broker/Owner • 707-455-4444 Over 180 Listings at • CalBRE #01838294 • YouTube/user/CAOutdoorProperties


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Biaggi Ranch


California v Mendocino County v Manchester

1,542.5 acres situated on Mendocino’s pristine coast between the coastal hamlets of Manchester and Elk. Comprising 11 legal parcels of gently-rolling pasture, heavy forest, spring-fed draws, open mountain meadows and unbelievable Pacific view building sites. An estimated 20,000,000+ board-foot of timber split roughly 50/50 between Redwood and Douglas – NTMP. 80 to 100 head carrying capacity for a cattle operation and substantially more for a sheep operation. Creeks and springs throughout, teeming in native wildlife including blacktail deer, wild turkey, quail, bear, wild hog. $7,800,000. Jim Martin, 707-272-5507.

Elder Creek Ranch California v Tehama County v Rancho Tehama Preserve


Exceptionally beautiful ranch consisting of 5,918± acres. Very private, with views of Mt. Lassen and Mt. Shasta at an elevation of approximately 1,000 feet. Lots of year-round live water on the property and abundant wildlife. Over 3 miles of year-round Elder Creek and 3.5 miles of seasonal Digger Creek plus 12 reservoirs. This ranch would make a great all-natural cattle operation, or hunting retreat; runs 400 to 500 pair for the season. $6,990,000. Todd Renfrew, 707-455-4444.


Galletti Ocean Ranch California v Mendocino County v Elk


The 324-acre historic ranch was founded in 1917, and was operated as a dairy for 69 years. Today, the ranch is used for cattle grazing and most recently the cultivation of organic quinoa, a high-protein grain. With 200± acres of class 2 and 3 soil, great water and a large year-round pond, the productive capacity is significant. Four older homes and numerous shops and barns. The property includes .50 mile of private California coastline for incredible abalone diving and rock fishing. $2,890,000. Todd Renfrew, 707-455-4444.

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MJ Pivot Ranch California v Lassen County v Bieber


This ranch consists of 2,551+ acres in the Williamson Act with 725 acres under production irrigated with six pivots and one linear, with an additional 125 acres in dry land pivot corners and 15 acres in irrigated pasture. Three, 2,000-ton pole barns, hay barn, shop and corrals. Would make an excellent cattle operation; should be able to carry 300 pair year round if you used the ranch strictly for grazing. Two-bedroom, two-bath ranch house plus bunkhouse. The ranch qualifies for two landowner tags in the X2A deer zone. $4,595,000. Donna and Rich, 530-336-6869.


Triple Creek Ranch California v Siskiyou County v Montague


336± acres; irrigated by riparian water rights. Bogus Creek runs through the ranch, plus there are four ponds, some stocked with bass, largest (approximately 8.5 acres) features 40hp pump that supplies water to two wheel-lines and a few hand-lines to irrigate part of the pasture. The spacious historic ranch home has metal roof, cedar siding and a nice deck. Between the irrigated pasture and the hill ground, the ranch runs 70± pair for the season. There is a hay barn, corrals, alleyway with squeeze chute and calf table. Outdoor opportunities include deer hunting, waterfowl hunting, bass fishing and horseback riding, to name a few. JUST REDUCED! $1,250,000. Kathy, Glen and Amy, 530-643-1336.

White Diamond Ranch California v Stanislaus County v Knights Ferry


Premier equestrian center on 205± acres with incredible views, ample pasture and a 3,800-square-foot home with in-ground pool. 21 over-sized stalls, and 10,000+ covered hay storage; a 11,000+ square-foot mare barn and breeding facility with 21 extra-large foaling stalls, mounting dummy, wash rack, automatic fly control, refrigerated storage and attached apartment; a quarantine barn with eight stalls; a 2,800+ square-foot shop with four 15x15-foot roll-up doors; and two manufactured homes/offices. $4,350,000. Sandy Ballou, 916-216-8192.

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A stunning, picturesque, 15,880± deeded acres situated on Pinon Mesa and adjacent to the McInnis Canyons Natural Conservation Area (123,430 acres) with its beautiful sandstone canyons, natural arches, spires and alcoves. A year-round livestock operation running 350 to 400 AUMs and includes 49,000± acres of both BLM and National

Gore Ranch

Forest Livestock Grazing Permits. Glade Park is renowned for its trophy-class elk and deer

Colorado v Mesa County v Glade Park

hunting via GMU 40, and the Gore Ranch is

well known for huge bulls and bucks. Elevations range from 6,500 to 9,000 feet. With 65,000± contiguous acres (deeded and permit lands) you truly are in your own wilderness! Only 30 minutes to Grand Junction. Other purchasing options available. $30,000,000.


Stunning picturesque 144±-acre ranch with approximately 60± acres irrigated with sideroll sprinklers and in both hay/pasture. Enjoy this newer gorgeous custom-built rancher 4,100± square-foot, four bedrooms, three baths with a full walkout basement, wraparound porch, lovely custom kitchen with hickory cabinets, living room with 17-foot

Nocks Ranch Colorado v Garfield County v Parachute

high vaulted ceilings, huge family/recreation room in the basement. Beautiful mountain and valley views in all directions and truly a wildlife paradise. Excellent livestock/horse

setup with pastures, barns, corrals, heated shop, hay barn and much more. Borders BLM and is located in GMU 42 for excellent big game hunting or elk, deer, turkeys, etc., with over-the-counter tags for some seasons. Convenient to both Parachute and DeBeque, with Grand Junction Regional Airport less than an hour away. $1,495,000.


Very private country setting on the 98± acres with gorgeous views of the West Elk Mountains. Beautiful, newer log home with 4,250± square feet, five bedrooms, three baths, views from every window, living room with vaulted ceilings, walkout basement with family/rec room, covered deck, two-car garage, beautiful landscaped yard, RV hookup and more. A recreational paradise surrounds this ranch with the Gunnison National Forest,

Gentlemen’s Ranch Colorado v Montrose County v Crawford

West Elk Wilderness, Black Canyon National Park, Crawford State Park and Blue Mesa Reservoir. Located in GMU 63 for big-game hunting and only minutes south of Crawford. $1,275,000.

Bookcliffs Hunting Retreat Colorado v Garfield County v Parachute


Beautiful and private 160± acres in the Bookcliffs! Bordered on three sides by BLM with a good access road to the property. Excellent mule deer hunting and good elk hunting. North-facing property, nice meadows, oaks and pinyons. Excellent hunting on adjoining BLM lands. Beautiful mountain views and within an hour drive to Loma or Fruita. Seller is licensed Realtor in state of Colorado. $240,000.

Brian Mason – Broker/Owner Licensed in Colorado & New Mexico

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Very private, pristine and beautiful 320± mountain acres situated between Placerville and Norwood in San Miguel County. A true wilderness feeling/setting is what this gorgeous 320± acres offers. Adjoins and controls access into a huge portion of Beaver Canyon and is just southwest of Beaver Mesa. Very pretty alpine setting with a nice mix of spruce, ponderosa pine, aspen, oaks, mountain meadows, and

Beaver Canyon Ranch

exceptional views of both Little Cone and Lone Cone Mountains. Goat and Beaver Creeks

Colorado v San Miguel County v Placerville

traverse the ranch and are excellent trout

fisheries. Vehicle/foot access to both Beaver Creek and Beaver Canyon is controlled by owner via a locked gate on the ranch and gives the owner private access to hundreds of acres of gorgeous BLM lands. Located in GMU 70 with excellent big-game hunting and over-the-counter tags in some seasons. Convenient to both Placerville and Norwood, and approximately 45 minutes to Telluride and world-class skiing. $3,200,000.

Glade Park Mountain Retreat Colorado v Mesa County v Glade Park


Beautiful and pristine 160± alpine mountain acres with mountain meadows, gorgeous stands of ponderosa pines and aspens. Varying topography with elevations from 9,300 to 9,600 feet, superb big game/wildlife habitat with excellent elk, deer, bear and turkey hunting in GMU 40 – renowned for trophy elk and deer. Property has two springs, nice pond and several wallows. End-of-the-road location in an exceptionally private and secluded

Gorgeous Mountain Retreat Colorado v Gunnison County v Paonia


Gorgeous, pristine and very private 500± mountain acres located 12 miles southeast of Paonia in the West Elk Mountains. Breathtaking views of Mt. Gunnison and the West Elks from your front porch. Enjoy this wildlife paradise with excellent big game hunting for elk, deer, bear and turkey in GMU 53 with over-the-counter tags for bull elk. Plus your very own trout pond and creek located near the main cabin. Beautiful, well-maintained three-bedroom, one-bath log cabin (off grid), plus a smaller

setting with gorgeous views and yet less than log bunkhouse in a beautiful alpine setting with a nice mix of aspen, spruce and oaks throughout an hour drive from Grand Junction. Property the ranch at an elevation of 9,000 feet. Seasonal access via a forest service road and the property does borders the national forest which adds to this border the Gunnison National Forest. Come and take a peek at this pristine Rocky Mountain setting recreational haven. Seasonal Access. $895,000. and all the recreational opportunities that it offers, you won’t be disappointed! $1,500,000.

Hunter’s Paradise Brian Mason – Broker/Owner

in the Bookcliffs about an hour drive north of Loma and bordered on two sides by BLM. Property has a 576± square-foot rustic cabin

Licensed in Colorado & New Mexico

with breathtaking views! Property has all

970-234-3167 cell

you need as a big game hunter. Lying within

HB Mason – Broker Associate 970-314-3326 cell

opportunities to harvest elk, deer, bears, lions

263 Main Street • Delta, CO 81416


Colorado v Garfield County v Parachute


Secluded mountain getaway! 80± acres located

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GMU 30, this property provides excellent and much more, all from the comfort of your own mountain cabin. Four wheelers in the summer and snowmobiles in winter, this property is one of a kind. Contact us today for more information. Adjoining 160± acres available as well. $197,900.


Sweetly nestled in Harts Basin, a beautiful and very secluded area known for trophy mule deer, pheasant, quail, chukar, water fowl, plus mild winters and cooler summers at an elevation of 5,600 feet. This 1,855± deeded acres is currently a working livestock ranch, averaging 350 AUMs, with 237± irrigated acres in both hay/pasture,

Harts Basin Ranch

manager’s home, working pens, scale and a USFS livestock permit for 394 AUMs. Located

Colorado v Delta County v Eckert

in GMU 52 for exceptional mule deer, pheasant

and quail hunting. Could be the perfect setting for an equestrian setup as well. End-of-the-road privacy, your very own wildlife sanctuary, excellent water rights and yet only minutes to both Cedaredge and Delta. Harts Basin Ranch is contiguous to the Scriffiny Ranch. $3,100,000.


With 1,445± deeded acres, the Scriffiny Ranch represents a unique opportunity for ownership of an existing livestock/cattle ranching operation here on the western slope of Colorado. Situated in the beautiful Harts Basin area of Eckert, one of

Scriffiny Ranch Colorado v Delta County v Eckert

two large ranches that encompass approximately 90 percent of this very private and pristine basin setting, surrounded and protected by natural mesa benches to the north, west and east with

Fruit Growers Reservoir to the south. With approximately 1,000± acres irrigated, of which 400± acres are irrigated by side-roll sprinklers, with 600± acres irrigated via gated pipe and open ditches. The ranch has excellent water rights and is currently in both hay and pasture with hay production averaging 3.0 to 3.25 tons per acre. Improvements are numerous and include four homes, horse barn with an office and apartment, grain elevator, several outbuildings, feedlot setup, livestock chute, 50,000-pound scale, riding and roping arenas and more. Excellent potential as an equestrian setup. Enjoy the wildlife with waterfowl, upland birds, small game, mule deer and more. Located in GMU 52 for big-game hunting. Seclusion and convenience being only minutes to both Delta and Cedaredge and only 45 minutes to the Montrose Regional Airport. $5,100,000.






with 46± acres irrigated in hay and pasture. Custom-built




foot, walkout basement and overlooks the Gunnison River and the valley floor. Main horse barn is 144x96 feet, insulated and includes an indoor arena, apartment, wash/ vet rack area, tack room, stalls and more. Outdoor arena is 150x375 feet, plus a smaller 24 x 60-foot barn with hay storage, stalls, etc. Enjoy the mountain and valley views, wildlife with deer, waterfowl, small game and

Avaritte Ranch Colorado v Delta County v Austin

excellent trout fishing via the Gunnison River. A turn-key setup! $1,490,000.

Crawford Ranch Colorado v Delta County v Crawford


Wildlife, privacy and views are right here on this beautiful 134± acres of which 50± acres are in hay/pasture. Two homes, garages, shop, horse barn and equipment/hay barn. Enjoy the deer, elk, small game, birds and trout pond. Gorgeous mountain and valley views from this pristine setting. $1,399,500.

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California v Siskiyou County v Montague


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Discover a natural environment in Northern California’s Mt. Shasta Region at this innovative hideaway ranch with expansive views of Mt. Shasta, Sheep Rock and the Eddies!


A wonderful and custom contemporary designed one-of-a-kind industrial loft-style home featuring 153.5 acres of privacy and pristine living! A remarkable 7,200-square-foot home with an open

plan living design, an 1,800-square-foot outside deck, vast Low E windows, tall ceilings ranging from 10 feet on bottom level and 12 to 14 feet on upstairs level, custom concrete flooring with radiant heat throughout with exposed aggregate downstairs and three-fourths inch thick Brazilian Cherry certified hardwood flooring in the master bedroom and living room. The airy, sophisticated kitchen boasts a Viking cook top, custom cabinetry, top-of-the-line appliances and polished concrete counter tops and flooring! The lower level has a large family/game room, a generous second master suite, a massage room, two more guest rooms with an adjoining bath, main laundry room, pet area with outdoor access and a 2,400 square-foot garage/workshop with radiant heat under a 6-inch thick finished and acid washed concrete slab. Privacy, views and seclusion yet within a short driving distance to skiing, hiking, boating, shopping and so much more! Call today! $1,696,000. MLS #109088 v

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Greg Norman’s Seven Lakes Ranch 11,600 Acres eize your chance to own a piece of the American frontier. A sportsman’s paradise boasting 8,000 acres of arguably the best elk hunting in North


America, Gold Medal fly-fishing, skeet shooting, Nordic skiing, and miles of horseback riding and hiking trails, Greg Norman’s spectacular Seven

Lakes Ranch has it all. Set amidst national forest, it encompasses a main lodge with nine bedrooms, seven guest cabins, staff housing, a historic dance hall, a fitness center and spa, and pristine equestrian facilities. Seven Lakes Ranch boasts expansive views, varied terrain, and miles of White River frontage a mere 20 minutes from the Meeker, Colorado private airport and is convenient to Colorado’s major ski areas, including Vail and Aspen. $55,000,000. v

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California v Tehama County v Red Bluff he 16,000-acre Pettyjohn Ranch is located in Tehama County, 20 miles west of Red Bluff, California. This ranch has been privately held by one family for over fifty years. It is surrounded by privately-owned land and is accessible year round by paved and gravel county roads. Pettyjohn Ranch is a distinctive ranching and hunting property because of its many unique features. The amazing location of the original Bayless Family Homestead in the beautiful canyon of Cottonwood Creek is now a private and scenic hideaway waiting for the right cabin or family compound. Cottonwood Creek, a major tributary to the Sacramento River, runs year round for 5 miles through the ranch. You can kayak this creek in the spring. Cold Fork Creek is also year round. One can hike or ride 24 square miles of beautiful oak studded rolling


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foothills. The abundance of water for livestock and game is apparent with the many creeks, springs and reservoirs. Almost every large and small game animal and bird in California can be found on the ranch with bass in the reservoirs and trout in the creeks. There are numerous black bears, trophy-size black tail deer, wild hogs and two seasonal wild turkey hunts. Cattle grazing and hunting privileges can help to accrue annual income. There aren’t many ranches in the West like the Pettyjohn Ranch. Asking price is $16,000,000. v

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Gold Springs Ranch New Mexico v Santa Fe County v Santa Fe


This ranch consists of 5,000± acres minutes from the historic Santa Fe Plaza and Madrid with 40+ shops and galleries, restaurants, spa and museum. A couple of miles north, Cerrillos includes a state park with hiking paths and horseback riding. The owner will consider trading for a Northern New Mexico or Southern Colorado ranch. Will pay cash difference, if necessary. Will sell all or part. Financing is available. $10,000,000.

Gordon Lake Ranch Texas Metroplex v Palo Pinto Co. v Gordon


As the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex expands, fewer large tracts are available. Approximately 40 minutes west of Ft. Worth, adjacent to Interstate 20, the 973-acre property is home to a herd of cattle and quite a few deer. The ranch is perfect for those wanting to get away, but still need to be close to the Metroplex. Whether it’s for your next home, ranch or recreational pursuits, the choice is yours. If you want an exit strategy, it is built in. $3,850,000.

Hot Springs Ranch New Mexico v San Miguel Co. v Las Vegas


Minutes from Las Vegas, New Mexico with paved road access via State Highway 65, this heavily forested ranch overlooks the United World College. The Hot Springs are within walking distance of the ranch as well as the Montezuma Castle. With a network of newly created roadways throughout the ranch, it is easy to traverse. The 1,040± acres have all the conveniences, even city water service, and vistas that allow you to see for miles. $2,600,000.

Chosas Ranch


New Mexico v Lincoln County v Ruidoso

In the Hondo Valley, Chosas Ranch offers access to the best New Mexico offers, including horse racing, skiing, golfing, some of the best hunting in the Southwest and more. This 375-acre ranch has hill country, terrace, river bottom and live water. There is a steel building with two-story apartment (six rooms and two baths); barn and storage building; and domestic wells. Offered in a single tract or multi-parcel combinations. Will finance! $1,900,000.


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San Francisco Creek Ranch Colorado v Las Animas County v Trinidad

Minutes from Trinidad, this ranch offers 5,025 beautiful acres. The San Francisco Creek flows through the property and provides water to the agricultural enterprises below. The majestic mountains and rock face outcroppings tower over the wide-open vistas to the north. San Miguel Creek also flows through the property, providing an ample supply of spring-fed water to the wildlife. A system of access roads and trails allow access to the meadows and ponds hidden away in the dense vegetation rarely visited in years. Don’t be surprised if you see a bear getting a quick drink or elk meandering through the tall pines. Wildlife is abundant as some of the most soughtafter mule deer and elk can be found on the ranch. If you are looking for a legacy property that a family can enjoy for generations to come, look no further! $9,450,000

Paul Taylor III 866-323-3111 720 E College Blvd Roswell, NM 88201

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Muleshoe Land & Cattle

Marton Ranch Wyoming v Natrona & Carbon Counties v Alcova

Wyoming v Goshen County v Torrington


5,131± deeded acres with eight low-pressure center pivots irrigating 69,550± total acres: 35,700± deeded, 8,000± State lease and 25,850± 1,113± acres. 4,108± acres of pasture. Two homes, numerous BLM lease acres. Located 20 miles south of Casper. $28,000,000. Clark outbuildings. $7,750,000. Cory Clark, 307-334-2025 or Logan Schliinz,


& Associates Land Brokers, 307-334-2025. Property ID: 45279

970-222-0584. Property ID: 51661

Big Sky Farm

Muleshoe Ranch

Nebraska v Scott’s Bluff County v Lyman

Wyoming v Platte County v Wheatland


4,161± total acres: 839± deeded, 3,322± BLM acres. 225± irrigated acres with excellent water rights. Elegant 9,776-square-foot home and more! $6,500,000. Scott Leach, 307-331-9095 or Cory Clark, 307-334-2025. Property ID: 50208

Montana v Yellowstone County v Billings

9,650± contiguous acres located 20± miles north of Billings. Great access via U.S. Highway 87. $6,000,000. Denver Gilbert, 406-697-3961 or Cory Clark, 307-334-2025. Property ID: 51469


625± flood irrigated. Located 1 mile north of Lyman. Three sets of improvements. Price reduced to $6,150,000. Cory Clark, 307-351-9556 or Ryan Rochlitz, 307-286-3307, Property ID: 51438

Walker Creek Ranch

Double Diamond Ranch



Excellent water rights on 1,548± deeded acres with 611± pivot and


Wyoming v Converse County v Douglas

11,060± deeded and 400± State lease for 11,460± total acres. Ownerrated at 400 pairs year-round. Very functional set of improvements. Price reduced to $5,600,000. Cory Clark, 307-334-2025 or Denver Gilbert, 406-697-3961. Property ID: 51628

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Horse Creek Ranch Cheyenne River Ranch


Wyoming v Niobrara & Weston Counties v Newcastle

10,384± total acres: 9,944 deeded and 440 BLM lease acres. One mile

South Dakota v Butte County v Newell


7,924± total acres: 7,043± deeded, 400± BLM lease, and 480± “homestead quarters”. $4,475,000. Ron Ensz, 605-210-0337. Property ID: 52143

of Cheyenne River. Excellent access. New and well-designed set of steel cattle working improvements. Price reduced to $4,800,000. Cory Clark, 307-334-2025 or Scott Leach, 307-331-9095. Property ID: 52300

Sybille Canyon Ranch


Wyoming v Albany County v Wheatland

4,751± deeded acres. Several live water creeks, springs and well. Excellent wildlife habitat for elk, deer and antelope. $2,995,000. Jon Keil, 307-331-2833. Property ID: 52308

Three Creek Ranch Wyoming v Niobrara County v Lance Creek


8,284± deeded and 4,880± BLM lease acres for 13,164± total acres. Nice improvements. $4,700,000. Cory Clark, 307-334-2025 or Scott Leach, 307-331-9095. Property ID: 52307

Wiley Mountain Ranch Wyoming v Albany County v Wheatland


2,560± contiguous deeded acres with improvements. 80 acres hay ground. Live water. Excellent wildlife habitat. $2,500,000. Scott Leach, 307-331-9095. Property ID: 52302

BR Ranch South Dakota v Butte County v Newell


6,287± total acres: 5,287± deeded and 1,000± BLM lease. Excellent set of steel corrals. $3,050,000. Ron Ensz, 605-210-0337. Property ID: 52072

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This 155± acre Cimarron Valley Ranch has about 125± irrigated acres with very high priority, free irrigation water and gated pipe.

Lush Pasture/Hay Ground

Live water running through nice set of corrals. There is a barn, equipment sheds, loafing

Colorado v Gunnison County v Cimarron

sheds, Quonset shed, mostly new fence and

360-degree views. Home is a three-bedroom, three-bath home with in-floor radiant heat, tile floors, gas log fireplace, all appliances, jetted tub, patio, deck, two-car attached garage. The Cimarron Valley is a postcard beautiful location. Seller will look at all reasonable offers. $999,950. Listing agent is Snub Liles, 970-210-0551 or Property ID: 50489

Colorado Mountain Property

218 Acres

Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose


What a perfect place to build your dream home! The views are spectacular on this 218± acres that sits just below the entrance to the Black Canyon National Monument and borders BLM land on the west side. There is a cabin that can be fixed up and lots of camping sites with electricity to all of the sites for your family or friends. The pole barn has been used for family gatherings. Water is a spring that fills three cisterns. The land is split into two parcels, one parcel is 98± acres and the other is 120± acres. Great property for hunting and is currently leased out (on a yearto-year lease) for cattle grazing in the spring and a few hunters in the fall/winter. You have to see this property to appreciate the beauty! $849,000. Listing agent is Dave Macht, 970-216-5452


Property ID: 50507

Hay Pasture with Home - 9 Acres Colorado v Delta County v Eckert

Macht-Liles Real Estate Group 645 S. Grand Mesa Drive Cedaredge, CO 81413



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This 1,904 square foot, four bedrooms, three bath home on 9 acres of land with equipment/hay sheds and garage/shops for everything. Natural gas forced air furnace and a wood burning insert to keep you warm on those winter nights. Fenced property with 6± irrigated acres, makes a great small hay crop for a few horses, cows, sheep or whatever you desire. Great highway frontage for any business with shops that include: three phase power, gang saw and compressor. Your imagination can go wild with all the possibilities. Come in and see what I’m talking about. $349,000.

Listing agent is Dave Macht, 970-216-5452 or Property ID: 52860


Unique & Beautiful - Mountain Recreation Colorado v Gunnison County v Cimarron


Located between Montrose and Gunnison, Colorado, near Blue Mesa Reservoir, this unique and beautiful ranch consists of 532¹ acres of pristine, alpine real estate, with a beautiful log home, barn, shop, shooting house and a pond. You can see literally miles and miles from the middle of the ranch. The property has year-round access to the front gate at over 9,000-foot elevation. Deer and elk (Hunting Unit 66) are abundant as well as bears, mountain lions, grouse and turkeys. The entire east boundary joins BLM. Fishing in Blue Mesa Reservoir is great but you can fish the beaver dams on the creek that runs nearly the length of the property. The home is a gorgeous 2,300+ square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bath log home with front and back decks, fire pit, and lovely views and was built from timber and materials harvested on the ranch. The home is heated with a 7-zone, energy efficient, Munchen system, in-floor heat so that almost every room can be individually controlled. There is a shop with five overhead doors, drive through access, a heated office and wired for 220. The nice barn has concrete floors and lots of storage. Also note the shooting house with targets marked to 700 yards. This is definitely a one-of-a-kind ranch. Don’t miss this opportunity. $3,999,000. Listing agent is Snub Liles, 970-210-0551 or Property ID: 52859

Macht-Liles Real Estate Group 645 S. Grand Mesa Drive Cedaredge, CO 81413

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This 2,980-acre ranch is a combination of beauty, accessibility and history, making it one of the finest and well-located mountain properties you will find in the Western United States. Once used by the soldiers from Fort Crawford as a water source, this abundant spring still supplies

Government Springs Ranch

good clean water. Located between Montrose and Telluride, Colorado, the ranch features year

Colorado v Ouray County v Montrose

round paved access, 6 miles of national forest

boundary, underground utilities, 60 to 70 percent ponderosa pine, aspen and spruce with huge views of the San Juan Mountains and the lush valley below. It is a true trophy-hunting ranch in a great location, only minutes from a commercial airport. 2,980 acres offered for $10,950,000.


Historically known as the Desert Claim and the Butterfly Ranch (due to its shape) the Dry Creek Basin Ranch consists of 3,000± contiguous, deeded, very private acres. There are also approximately 1,900 acres of BLM grazing permit that go with the ranch. The terrain on the ranch ranges from large irrigated

Dry Creek Basin Ranch

meadows rolling into sage and pinion pine knobs on up to lush oak brush with pine and

Colorado v San Miguel County v Naturita

aspen-forested alpine ridges. The ranch boasts

excellent hunting and its access controls a large area of the Dry Creek Basin, bordering both BLM and a Colorado state wildlife area. The ranch has significant water resources and includes some basic improvements. Currently the ranch is used for grazing cattle, growing hay and in the fall the ranch is leased to an experienced outfitter who runs the big game hunting operation. 3,000 acres offered for $4,750,000.


Located 10 miles from the bustling town of Montrose, this 1,100-acre ranch peers over the valley floor atop Bostwick Park. Bordering Highway 50 to the south and Bostwick Park Road to the east, the ranch has great access, underground utilities offering tremendous classified irrigated acres, the ranch offers

San Juan Mountain Ranch

productive irrigated hay land with over 1.5

Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose

future upside potential. Consisting of 324

miles of an elevated building site. Irrigation water includes 15 shares of Cimarron Ditch and

Red Rock Canyon Ranch

Canal Company and 313 acre feet of Bostwick Park Conservancy District water. Situated with

Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose

the backdrop of the Black Canyon National Monument to the north and huge panoramic San Juan Mountain views to the south and west. 1,100 acres offered for $3,495,000.

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Located on Bostwick Park, 10 miles east of Montrose, this 286-acre ranch features 270 highlyproductive irrigated acres with a 4-stall horse barn, two domestic wells, and spectacular mountain views. A 3,226-square-foot farmhouse was recently built to capture the beauty and tranquility of the San Juan Mountains, Uncompahgre Plateau and West Elk Mountains surrounding the ranch. If you’re looking for a highly productive, turnkey, hay ranch, you will not find a finer property in the area. 286 acres offered for $2,295,000.


Located 11 miles northeast of Montrose, is a spectacular executive ranch. Positioned at the extreme 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

Bostwick Park Ranch

Mountain views to the south, and the Black Canyon National Park to the north. The

Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose

property ranges in elevation from 6,200 feet

up to 7,300 feet with approximately 290 acres of flat mesa top with the balance aggressively rolling through the adobe hillsides. The property features include 100 irrigated acres. Irrigation water includes 300 acre feet of Bostwick Park Conservancy district water. It also includes over 2 miles of escarpment, world-class mule deer hunting and an abundance of wildlife. A must see property. 1,079 acres offered for $1,079,000.


At the foot of Lone Cone peak lays the Nelson Springs Ranch. The sub-irrigated lush meadows, quiet stands of Colorado aspen and willow, to the rolling pinion, juniper, sage and gamble oak hillside comprise this diverse ranch. Year-round access off County Road 44Z, access to power, a well in place, only 3 miles

Nelson Springs Ranch

away from trophy trout fishing in Miramonte Reservoir, and bordering the Uncompahgre

Colorado v San Miguel County v Telluride

National Forest make this property the

ultimate Colorado getaway. Historically used for summer grazing of cattle, as well as being home to abundant herds of elk and mule deer. Wild turkey, black bear, grouse, mountain lion, hawk and Bald Eagle also inhabit the property. 400 acres offered for $720,000.

Franklin Mesa Farm Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose


Located 9 miles west of Montrose, sits the pristine, 80-acre, Franklin Mesa Farm. Encompassing the northern end of Franklin Mesa this beautiful hilltop farm is made up of 22 irrigated acres of hay ground, grass meadows and rolling, tree-covered hillsides and valleys. Commanding 360-degree views of the San Juan and West Elk Mountains, Grand Mesa, and Uncompahgre Plateau make this a prime location to build a dream home.

Castle Horse Ranch Colorado v San Miguel County v Naturita

Running through the property is the C P Lateral canal, which provides the farm its irrigation shares of UVWUA water. Improvements include installed power, domestic water, small hay barn, corrals and cross fencing for grazing cattle or other livestock. Abundant mule deer, migratory ducks and geese, and small game inhabit the property. 80 acres offered for $496,000.


The Castle Horse Ranch consists of 80 very private deeded acres that are surrounded on three

pine and sandstone bluffs. The ranch boasts excellent hunting and is surrounded on all sides by

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more than 20,000 acres of BLM land which includes a Colorado state wildlife area. The ranch has

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sides by the Spring Creek Basin Wild Horse Herd Management Area. The terrain on the ranch ranges from large meadows rolling into sage and pinion pine knobs on up to lush oak brush with

several water sources and includes a small cabin. Currently the ranch is used for horses, grazing cattle and in the fall big game hunting. 80 acres offered for $225,000.

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A wild and scenic Wyoming Black Hills ranch with live water, highway frontage, picturesque vistas, excellent wildlife habitat, privacy, and incredible





encompasses 3,669 deeded acres in one contiguous block. It ranges from the creek banks where Salt Creek and Sweetwater Creek converge to the valleys of the Fresh Water Creek drainage and to the high country on Mount Pisgah. In the late 1880s the Historic Cambria Salt Mine was

Fresh Water Ranch Wyoming v Weston County v Newcastle

on the ranch. Many new water developments and over 14 miles of new fences. The habitat for elk, deer and turkey is tremendous. This is one of the top quality recreational holdings and one of the largest parcels of deeded land available in the Black Hills. A truly exceptional offering. $8,500,000.


Premier Black Hills setting just south of Devils Tower with an unobstructed view of the Tower and the Missouri Buttes. This 1,008-acre ranch is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own one of the best views of Devils Tower and have excellent highway access in a naturally

Tower View Ranch Wyoming v Crook County v Devils Tower

picturesque landscape. Remarkable scenery with wide plateaus, incredible vistas, rolling fields, rugged canyons and wooded hills. Many choice building sites are offered and it has

frontage on Highway 24 for over two miles. Tremendous potential for development, private or corporate retreat, commercial venture or to preserve as an investment for future generations. One of the most unique land holdings available in Crook County. $4,679,000. Parcels offered.


The ranch has been carefully managed with strategically placed water resources, beneficial cross fencing and grazing practices to maintain good rangeland conditions. 15,226± total acres

Reverse CX Ranch Wyoming v Weston County v Newcastle

which includes 8,781± deeded acres, 5,325± acre national grasslands permit and 1,120± acres state lease. The property is cross fenced into approximately 15 pastures for efficient grazing rotation. Water sources are dispersed throughout the ranch including 19 wells, a spring development, a creek and several reservoirs. The headquarters includes a three-bedroom home, bunkhouse, calving barn, pipe corrals and working alleys. Also has a hunting cabin and machine shed north of the headquarters. This working ranch is in productive cattle country with live water. $4,500,000.


Distinctive Wyoming ranch with 1,074 acres in a picturesque Black Hills setting with extensive improvements. The custom-crafted log home is masterfully placed at the end of the road in a private valley surrounded by timbered hills. The well-kept set of support buildings include a horse barn with guest apartment,

ElBarBee Ranch Wyoming v Weston County v Newcastle

shop, equipment shed and machine shed. Varied topography extending from the rolling hay meadows along Stockade Beaver Creek to steep mountainous terrain. Great wildlife

habitat with elk, deer and turkey in the area. This property is ideal for year-round living or a recreational hideaway. An extraordinary ranch where you will experience the welcoming ambiance of an attractive log lodge in an incredible western scene. $3,800,000.


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along Inyan Kara Creek. 2,019 deeded acres and 80 acres of adjoining BLM Lease. The striking combination of topographical features provide for spectacular scenery and an excellent environment for wildlife. The creek bottoms, expansive valleys, and hidden meadows combined with wooded hills, deep draws with rimrock ledges, open grasslands and






Kara Creek Divide Ranch Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance

views, make this a truly stunning landscape. Miles of trails throughout the property for horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, ATVs, snowmobiling or cross-country skiing. Premier setting with live water. $3,750,000.

Piney Meadows Ranch Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance


Private Black Hills setting with 263 acres between Sundance and Devils Tower with awesome views and a great set of buildings. Custom brick home built with comfort and low-maintenance living in mind. A three-level home with an open design offering three bedrooms and four bathrooms. Dream kitchen with cherry cabinets, sunny breakfast area, spacious living room with a cozy wood

Bear Lodge Ranch

stove, formal dining room, four season sun room, TV room and huge recreation room. Many extras Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance including hardwood floors, jetted tub, tile showers, French doors, lots of storage, backup generator. An iconic Black Hills ranch with 880 acres in Insulated workshop with attached 48x96-foot equipment shop. Exceptional quality throughout


a scenic and remote setting on the west side

the property in a pristine setting with end-of-the-road privacy and picturesque scenery. $2,385,000. of the Bear Lodge Mountains. A high-country property with landowner elk tags and an

Oak Creek Retreat Wyoming v Crook County v Aladdin

incredible mountain landscape. The ranch is a well-known landmark which has been in the same family for many years. Diverse terrain ranging from higher plateaus and hay meadows to rough timbered canyons. Panoramic views in all directions including Devils Tower on the northwestern horizon. The ranch borders a section of State Land and three parcels of national forest. A secluded mountain getaway of historical significance with pristine Black Hills scenery. $2,464,000.


Impressive 186-acre Black Hills property with 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 a grand sense of spoiled luxury. It has an inviting atmosphere and an open floor plan designed for entertaining guests. Many custom features including a deluxe kitchen, custom cabinetry, solid Caesar stone counter tops, spacious master suite, spa tub, fireplace, hard-wood flooring, French doors, wrap-

Jim Pederson

a-round covered porch. Includes a guest house, horse barn, shop and outdoor riding arena. This

505 W. Main Street • Newcastle, WY 82701

handsome country estate is an exceptional find in picturesque surroundings. $1,387,000.

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Affordable Horse Property


Colorado v Mesa County v Grand Junction

Located in the beautiful Orchard Mesa area of Grand Junction with magnificent views of the Grand Mesa, this is an amazing horse property with an insulated and heated 14-stall barn complete with an office, half bath, tack room, feed room and shop large enough for indoor trailer parking. Indoor arena is insulated and large enough for hot walker. Property is fenced and cross-fenced with white pipe fencing. Two irrigated pastures, 12 dry paddocks and outdoor arena used for team roping practices. Gorgeous country home with wrap-around porch. Recent updates to the home including new kitchen and bathrooms with solid surface counter tops, hickory cabinets and tile floors. Come see this charming property nestled in the wine country of Western Colorado. 3106 C Road, Grand Junction. Tremendous value at $599,990.

4000 inc. 120 W Park Drive #200 Grand Junction, CO 81505

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Equestrian Venue


Colorado v Delta County v Delta

Top-of-the-line equestrian facility with Gunnison River frontage and direct access off Highway 50, which offers a multitude of possibilities for this magnificent 145-acre property with fabulous views of the Grand Mesa. Private 5-acre pond and equestrian trails wind through the trees between the fields. Priority water rights with gated pipe irrigation system off four private head-gates for grass hay fields. Six dry paddocks with automatic horse waters’, 12-stall barn with kitchenette, 3/4 bath and tack room. Large great room for entertaining plus one bedroom apartment with full kitchen complete with granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. The shop is 40x20 with workshop, office and storage room. Caretaker’s home on property with privacy fenced yard. Too many amenities to mention, so come see this amazing property in person! 1386 Highway 50, Delta. Offered at $1,200,000.

4000 inc. 120 W Park Drive #200 Grand Junction, CO 81505

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Cotterel Farms

Vista Ridge Estate

Colorado v Douglas County v Sedalia/Castle Rock

Colorado v Jefferson County v Evergreen


These 414.28 acres have 497 acre feet of water rights with four wells;


Privacy 19.25 acres, two sides bordering national forest. Impeccable

18-stall barn with two caretaker’s houses. Used for horse boarding and architecture and craftsmanship in mountain-rustic style. 6,455 square polo training. Several building sites and conservation easement candidate. $10,000,000. Ron Morris, 970-535-0881,

feet with attached garage, shop/RV garage and gym/studio. $6,800,000. Ron Morris, 970-535-0881,

Cherry Creek Valley Ranch Colorado v La Plata County v Hesperus/Durango

North Platte River Valley Ranch Wyoming v Goshen County v Fort Laramie



Running 600 yearlings, these 7,254 deeded acres (1,160 BLM and state This 1,856-acre ranch has 1.5 miles of Cherry Creek; diverse terrain; leased) have 1.5 miles river frontage; 140-acre sprinkler; water from

borders private state, BLM and reservation land; excellent wildlife; year-

five wells, four springs and underground pipeline; abundant wildlife. round access; and no conservation easement. Home, arena and barn. $5,200,000. Ron Morris, 970-535-0881,

$4,350,000. Ron Morris, 970-535-0881,

Lone Cone Ranch Colorado v San Miguel County v Norwood

Sierra Madre Ranch


Bordering national forest, this 496-acre ranch has a home, equestrian


Wyoming v Carbon County v Encampment

In the Medicine Bow National Forest, 320 acres with 160 acres irrigated,

facilities, nice improvements, year-round access, paved and county- streams and ponds, abundant wildlife, fishing in Encampment River, maintained road, abundant wildlife and 1-acre stock pond. $3,950,000. one-room cabin, water rights that include 4.47 cfs, priority date of 1918. Ron Morris, 970-535-0881,


$3,500,000. Ron Morris, 970-535-0881,

970-535-0881 • • Volume 64 Farm&Ranch West


This 3,880-acre ranch in the Elk River Valley is ideally suited for a productive livestock operation with professional cattle handling facilities, excellent fences, multiple ponds, springs and water rights. Exceptional deer, elk and bear hunting opportunities exist. Deep Creek Ranch has several modest homes and outbuildings and is less than fifteen

Deep Creek Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

minutes north of Steamboat Springs. A very well-priced ranch for the location, production and diversity. $16,500,000. Christy Belton, 970-734-7885,

Murphy Larsen Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Clark


C Lazy J Ranch

Eight 50-acre homesites remain on this spectacular 1,500-acre, shared-amenity ranch bordering national forest. Owners enjoy central water, trails, ski hut and a new meeting and recreation facility.

Wyoming v Carbon County v Savery


On the banks of Savery Creek in Southern Wyoming, this 1,057-deeded-acre hunting and fishing

An opportunity to join in the activities and use ranch offers irrigated hay meadows, nearby spring pasture with year-round water, grazing permits, a the amenities at The Home Ranch, a renowned 4,100-square-foot log home, various outbuildings and good livestock facilities. $2,850,000. Christy Relais & Chateaux guest ranch, is available to the

Belton, 970-734-7885, and Ron Morris, 970-535-0881,

homeowners. From $900,000. Christy Belton, 970-734-7885,

Taylor Canyon Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

Sidney Peak Ranch Colorado v Routt Co. v Steamboat Springs


This gated 1,500-acre, shared-amenity ranch in the valley floor is just south of Steamboat Springs. The site of a historic homestead, lot 30


Just north of Steamboat Springs, this private and attractive property sits on 134 scenic acres

in the coveted Elk River Valley. The ranch features two nice ponds, a seasonal creek, a modest is 50 acres in a protected valley with panoramic home and barn, and a restored cabin in a park-like setting. Bordering national forest, the ranch is views across the irrigated hay meadows to the very private but easily accessible via paved roads, and convenient to both Steamboat and Clark. Steamboat Ski area. Central water, groomed

$1,975,000. Christy Belton, 970-734-7885,

equestrian/hiking/biking trails and a 2-bedroom bunkhouse are part of the shared amenities. Own a large, well-managed ranch in a world-class resort for a great price. $649,000. Christy Belton, 970-734-7885, Volume 64 Farm&Ranch West


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Camp Creek Equestrian Estate Montana v Gallatin County v Manhattan

Just West of Bozeman, Montana, is the sleepy, quaint town of Amsterdam. The “Back Yard of Bozeman” and south of Amsterdam is Camp Creek, which flows through the 96 acres of peaceful serenity. 40 acres of irrigated hay, a fully-insulated 100 x 200-foot steel building indoor arena used for horse all equine disciplines with adjacent 120 x 300-foot outside riding area. Estate has a generator for servicing all buildings in case of an emergency. A very elegant five-bedroom, five-bath home, ready to entertain guests or just for the owner’s comfort and enjoyment. Custom rustic cherry cabinetry, granite counters, large pantry and birch flooring are a few of the extras. Stone gas fireplace in living room and the master suite is on the main level with access door to outside patio and hot tub from master suite and mudroom. Security systems in place. Many other useful buildings like the 1920s dairy barn, fully-refurbished, 100 x 200-foot steel barn with foaling stall, other stalls, wash room and hay storage, grooming barn and others. A one-of-a-kind property, priced to sell at $2,750,000. Brochure and video, or call Bill, 800-237-7844 or Kathy, 406-459-8018.

2687 Airport Road • Helena, MT 59601



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Tuelland Inc

Colorado v Yuma County v Eckley


The Tuelland property is being offered in its entirety for the first time. Included in this offering are 3,320Âą contiguous acres, consisting of 378Âą acres pivot irrigated and the balance of 2,942Âą acres lies in pasture, improvements and the feedlot site. The grass in this country is excellent for putting gains on cattle. The entire property is fenced and cross fenced, and wellwatered with many wells, tanks and pipelines. Yuma County irrigated farmland is some of the most productive farmland in Colorado and is rarely offered for sale. There are four homes on the property, two of which are newer high-end custom homes. The 4,500 head feedlot is pipe and cable with concrete bunks with a CAFO permit. $8,595,000. Property ID: 52844

Ryan Hostetler 3050 67th Ave, Suite 200 Greeley, CO 80634

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The Rumsey River Ranch


California v Yolo County v Rumsey

One-of-a-kind recreational ranch, with yearround Cache Creek water frontage. A quick one hour from Sacramento and less than two hours from San Francisco. The ranch is like a walk down memory lane with antique farm equipment and cars, a herd of collectables from the Ponderosa Ranch. The ranch is located at the north end of the Capay Valley near the town of Rumsey in the hills of western Yolo County. This recreational paradise has numerous swimming holes, miles of private roads for ATV and horseback riding. Soil is suitable for growing of grapes, olive trees and other types of orchards. The ranch has many uses from a corporate retreat, dude ranch, a pig, deer and turkey hunting ranch, cattle ranch and more. Home to organic farmers and orchards, there is an abundance of agriculture all through the valley. Adjacent to main home is a workshop and great room, the great for entertaining. Enjoy the solid wood bar for a frosty beverage, while enjoying the pool table, poker table, and spectacular stone fireplace, the great room for large or small gatherings alike. A must see ranch for the entire family. Check out:

Alain Pinel Realtors 601 Sycamore Valley Rd. West Danville, CA 94526

Jerry R. Vaughn 925-791-2545 • 925-200-3030 cell • BRE# 00908970

Amanda Thompson 925-260-7405 BRE# 01911093


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Aspen Ridge Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling


The Aspen Ridge Ranch is a beautiful and secluded sportsman’s retreat close to three of Colorado’s premier resort towns. The ranch consists of 522± acres bordered by Routt National Forest, 30 minutes from Kremmling Colorado. The property has excellent habitat for Rocky Mountain elk, mule deer, black bear, moose and mountain lion. The ranch also has live water in the east fork of Blacktail Creek, which has a handful of beaver ponds and contains native brook trout. Aspen Ridge Ranch has extensive water rights and approximately 150± acres of irrigated and sub-irrigated meadows. The ranch improvements include a beautiful home, luxury cabin, large shop and a yurt with large deck and views of the Gore Range. $2,785,000.

Chedsey Creek Ranch


Colorado v Jackson County v Coalmont

Chedsey Creek Ranch in Coalmont, Colorado, offers 154± secluded acres of beautiful Colorado high country land, over 5,000 feet of Chedsey Creek, over 3,800 feet of Newcomb Creek, two ponds with rainbow trout and a beautiful 3,600-square-foot custom-built log home with views of the snowcapped mountains of the Medicine Bow Mountain range. Additional hunting, snowmobiling, fishing, camping, mountain biking and hiking in the Routt National Forest/Buffalo Pass only 10 minutes away via County Road 24. $2,650,000.

Badger Creek Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling


Badger Creek Ranch is a beautiful 590±-acre recreational ranch just 20 minutes from Kremmling, Colorado, 35 miles to Steamboat Springs and just over 2 hours to Denver. The ranch attributes include good hunting, seven ponds (fishing in three of them), year-round access, adjacent public lands, a custom-built two-bedroom, two and one half-bath log home and a small log guest/hunting cabin. $1,995,000.

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Pauba Ranch

California v Riverside County v Temecula


The 172-acre Pauba Ranch is




California’s Temecula Wine Country. The property is a blend of cattle ranching days gone by and the vineyards of Temecula’s booming economy today.




southeastern most portion of the original 86,000-acre Vail Ranch, the Pauba is blessed with four active springs which continue to produce a steady flow of pure drinking water to this day. The 3,200-square-foot custom home is nestled among massive sycamores, cottonwoods and 300-year-old oaks which are just a few of the features of this very private wine country jewel. $6,500,000.

Allison James Estates & Homes Beth Good 951-251-5263


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6 Point Ranch in Mendocino County California v Mendocino County v Potter Valley 4,129 Acres; Abundant Water; Lush Pastures; Tule Elk Herd; Large Main Home; Hunters Lodge; Barns; Shops


The spectacular beauty of Northern California awaits you here. The four-bedroom, four-bath home enjoys stunning panoramic views, has a main floor master, gourmet kitchen and many extras, including an in-ground swimming pool. The abundance of wildlife is magnificent. The ranch is part of a Private Lands Management program for the Tule elk herd, with record-book bulls taken on an annual basis. There are also blacktail deer, black bear and much more. Hunters enjoy a three-bedroom, two-bath lodge with full kitchen, dining room and large living area, augmented by a walk-in cooler and more. This is also a working ranch and has run up to 150 cows. There are horse barns, hay barns, a pole barn, pastures, arenas, a huge four-bay shop and more. Water is plentiful, with multiple large ponds and natural springs, plus a 10,000-gallon water storage tank. Located only about 2 hours from the San Francisco Bay Area. $6,990,000.

Mole-Richardson Ranch in Siskiyou County California v Siskiyou County v Weed 5,696± Acres; Cattle Ranch; Alfalfa Farm; Shasta River Frontage


This iconic ranch flourishes under the benevolent gaze of Mt. Shasta, in the heart of Shasta Valley. While parts of it date back to the 1850s, it has combined four ranches to form its current abundance, which includes multiple houses. Even at the height of the drought, it has run 600 pair year around, but has historically run up to 800 pair year around. The ranch benefits from 1,800 acres of irrigated pasture and abundant gravity-flow water. It produces 900± ton of alfalfa, has 6± miles with Parks Creek running through it, and also enjoys Shasta River frontage. The ranch includes commercial acreage with easy highway Interstate 5 access for business opportunities. It is very close to the Weed airport, which can accommodate private jets. Call or e-mail to schedule an appointment or request a brochure. $9,975,000.


SOILS RATED PRIME AG; 160± Acres; Stunning Panoramic Views

Headquarters Property: zoned AG with a very nice main home. Secondary Rental Home:

Angel Ranch in Humboldt County California v Humboldt Co. v Korbel

barns, fencing, abundant water and large areas of slightly sloped grasslands. Views: Pacific Ocean, rolling hills, Blue Lake Valley with twinkling night lights and gorgeous sunsets. Abundant water here, three large barns, corrals and fencing. This could be your piece of heaven on earth. $2,200,000.

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West Yosemite Ranch - 900± Acres California v Mariposa County Access through Yosemite, cabin, springs, conifer forest. $2,000,000.

Sierra Lake & Lodge - 210± Acres California v Nevada County v Near Truckee Completely private lake, 5+ bedroom lodge. Sealed bid. Suggested $5,200,000.

Premier California Ranches California is home to some of the most spectacular ranch and recreational properties in the West and we know the landscape well. From the Sierra Nevada to the Pacific Coast, The Chickering Company has spent over 35 years brokering California ranches, mountain hideaways, coastal retreats, fishing and hunting lodges, and more. In addition, we locate and evaluate properties throughout the West. Our clients count on our specialized knowledge, experience

Bay View Ranch – 199.5 Acres California v Sonoma County v Sonoma Wine Country Spectacular views, vineyard potential, farmhouse, barns and springs. $5,500,000.

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California v Plumas County v Sierra Nevada Trout creeks, recreation and ranching. $2,900,000.


One of the most beautiful properties on Wright’s Mesa, this lakefront log and stone home on 37 acres offers spectacular mountain and lake views. This 3,000-square-foot custom designed home (with barn) offers the best of mountain living. Abundant windows give picture postcard views in every direction. Ride the private Gurley Trail, fish your own property, and play in the endless miles of nearby national forest trails. (35 additional acres available.) Private – yet

Lakefront Mountain Ranch

close to both Norwood and Telluride.

Colorado v San Miguel County v Wright’s Mesa

a licensed broker in the State of Colorado.)

(Seller is


Property ID: 47846


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 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



services, schools and restaurants. Telluride is a scenic 45-minute drive along the troutrich San Miguel River. Parcels are priced from $129,000. Property ID: 41926

Gurley Ranch Parcels Colorado v San Miguel County v Wright’s Mesa

Marciante Equestrian Ranch


Colorado v San Miguel County v Wright’s Mesa

The perfect setup for your horses! Enjoy the spectacular mountain and valley views in every direction from this 3,000+-square-foot Lindal Cedar house and 5-stall barn. Indulge in the endless riding opportunities on your own ranch, on a private riding trail and in the nearby public lands. Abundant water (irrigation system, well, water shares and ponds) and energy efficient (solar and wind power, a propane generator, and tied to the grid). This 120-acre property is located in a gorgeous, less discovered resort/ recreational area just outside Telluride in Southwest Colorado. $1,300,000. Property ID: 48451

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Waterpocket Fold Getaway


Utah v Wayne County v Notom

Experience complete tranquility and privacy in this distinctive hidden treasure at the remote tip of the Notom Bench. Less than a mile from the Capitol Reef National Park boundary, this upscale home has amazing views of the massive stone structure of the Waterpocket Fold. Next to miles and miles of public lands extending all the way to Boulder Mountain, the 20-acre property has the canyons, deserts and mountains of Southern Utah for its backyard. This custom designed home features floor-to-ceiling windows to capture the views, and has polished concrete floors with steel expansion joints. Exterior is steel, glass and wood. $595,000.

Cathy Bagley 245 E. Main St. Torrey, UT 84775

435-425-3200 435-691-5424 cell


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One of the finest properties in Alpine because of its beauty and location near town, while offering complete privacy. The property lies at 8,000 feet elevation and includes 85 deeded acres. With tremendous views overlooking the Bush Valley, San Francisco River and surrounding mountain tops the property backs up to national forest and includes paved access from US Highway 180/191. Public water and sewer access is available to the property boundary. Alpine is an authentic small western mountain town, a

Alpine 85 Property

quiet getaway with spectacular scenery with

Arizona v Apache County v Alpine

and streams. The area is also located on the

easy driving distance to many fishing lakes boundary between the famous hunting Units 1 and 27 known for large herds of elk and worldclass 400+ point bulls. With the large ponderosa pine and beautiful oak trees scattering the property there is great potential for a private, secluded home-site in the pines or possibly development into smaller tracts. $1,200,000. Offers for a partial purchase will be considered.

Hunt Valley Ranch Arizona v Apache County v St. Johns

Old Greer Place Arizona v Apache County v St. Johns


The ranch is located directly west of the town of St. Johns. US Highway 180 runs through the center of the ranch. Deeded land includes numerous live water springs and sub-irrigated meadow lands adjacent to the Big Hollow Wash. There is a total of 1,330 deeded acres with an additional 1,300 acres Arizona State Lease and the ranch will run approximately 35 animal units yearlong. $735,000.


12 miles northwest of St. Johns in Apache County, Arizona, includes 1,173 deeded acres with 320 additional acres of private lease for 23 animal units yearlong. The property includes an older cowboy house and paved frontage along US Highway 180. There is an irrigation well which provides water to a small orchard and a two acre improved pasture. This ranch is a nice rural home site with close proximity to the county seat in St. Johns. $595,000.

River Ranch Arizona v Apache County v St. Johns


Located in central Apache County, Arizona, northwest of St. Johns, the property includes 1,280 deeded acres with 320 acres BLM grazing lease for 20 animal units yearlong. The Little Colorado River (locally ephemeral) is located along one mile of the deeded land. There is one livestock well on the property with a small set of corrals. This is a nice, private and secluded gentleman’s ranch with good winter browse and spring season grasses. $675,000.


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The Bowlsbey Ranch California v Solano County v Dixon


WATER, WATER, WATER! This ranch has all the water you could want for a 1,921-acre irrigated pasture ranch. Located southeast of the cities of Davis and Dixon in Solano County. The ranch has 1,600 acres of irrigated pastures, with water being provided by District 2068 irrigation water, and Riparian Water from Duck and Haas Sloughs. This is a low cost operating ranch and is all in one contiguous block. There is an office, shop and corrals in the middle of the ranch. This one will not last long! $15,000,000. Co-listed with John Brennan, of Brennan, Jewett, & Associates, 530-870-6625.

Turkey Track Ranch


California v Colusa County v Williams

Located 18 miles west of the city of Williams on Highway 16 in Colusa County. This ranch consists of 2,575.50 acres, and is a working cattle ranch. There are two large reservoirs on the ranch with a nice hunting lodge and sleeping cabin. Excellent pig, deer and elk hunting, and bass fishing in the ponds. A very secluded weekend getaway with easy access. $3,090,600.

Specializing in Farm & Ranch Properties in Northern California

Scott Stone, Broker 530-662-4094 office • 530-681-1410 cell


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Blue Hills Elk Ranch New Mexico v Catron County v Pie Town

Heavenly Acres


New Mexico v Catron County v Luna

state leased acres, with scenic views in all directions, terrain that ranges


hunting area and has the capacity to run a minimum of 70 to 80 cows year

erty, or cattle ranch, the lush green meadows and leased acres of Heavenly

Over 6,000 acres of magnificent country, 5,430 deeded acres and 640

The 2,880 acres of the Heavenly Acres Ranch, 1,760 deeded acres and 1,120

leased acres, sits within the majestic beauty of the Apache National Forest, from grassy meadows to rocky bluffs and rolling pinon juniper covered a picturesque setting of lush green meadows surrounded by mountaintops mountains, Blue Hills Elk Ranch receives five rifle elk tags in an excellent of ponderosa pine, and skies that reach to eternity. An ideal horse propround, a fantastic ranch with a multitude of surrounding beauty and rec- Acres Ranch currently support approximately 140 to 160 yearlings. Located reational opportunity. $4,300,000. Price is negotiable, seller will finance. in some of New Mexico’s finest country for big game hunting, Heavenly Acres Ranch is a fantastic location for an outfitting business and/or summer dude ranch with improvements in place, and it is only 30 minutes from the quaint mountain town of Alpine, Arizona and Luna Lake. $3,800,000.

Gallo Mountain Ranch New Mexico v Catron County v Reserve


Nestled beneath the summits of Fox Mountain and Gallo Peak, in the

Elk Camp Ranch

Apache National Forest, lies the Gallo Mountain Ranch. Consisting of 840 deeded acres, along with 38,633 forest leased acres, Gallo Mountain Ranch is encompassed by a unique recreational dreamland that em-


New Mexico v Catron County v Pie Town

braces trophy big-game hunting, abundant fishing and endless riding A private hunting retreat with elk grazing in its meadows, a good well already and hiking trails. Gallo Mountain Ranch is situated at a cool summer in place, electricity close by, and several pristine building sites makes the 596 7,500 feet within an expanse of forested timber, open meadows and a acres of Elk Camp Ranch a dream hunting or recreational property. $750,000. myriad of springs and creeks. Gallo Mountain Ranch, and the forest surrounding it, offers some of the nation’s finest trophy elk, mule deer, black bear and turkey hunting. Gallo Mountain Ranch is a seasonal yearling ranch and runs up to 700 plus head from mid-May through mid-October. Gallo Mountain Ranch is a breathtaking and productive working cattle ranch as well as an outdoorsman’s paradise. $3,250,000.

Tres Caballeros


New Mexico v Catron County v Datil

A 21-acre mountain property surrounded by the Cibola National Forest, just outside of Datil, New Mexico, with a 2,800-square-foot master home

Trotter Ranch New Mexico v Catron County v Quemado


Distant views of the Sawtooth Mountains to the east and Mariano Mesa to the west, along with a blend of rolling hills and mesas, flowing into meadows of gramma grass and wildflowers, capture the essence of the 3,200-acre Trotter Ranch, consisting of 2,640 deeded acres and 560 BLM leased acres. Quality elk and mule deer hunting, and a close proximity to the White Mountains of Arizona, where numerous lakes, streams and ski resort provide year-round recreational activity, combine to enhance the numerous attributes of the Trotter Ranch. $2,100,000.

and spectacular views of Datil Canyon. Retire to the peace and quite of this small ranching community, known for trophy elk hunting, with income generated from its three rentals and/or bed and breakfast units. $575,000.

Susan Johnson & Jay Platt PO Box 330 Datil, NM 87821

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Secluded Custom Log Home


Wyoming v Lincoln County v Thayne

This beautiful custom log home nestled in a very secluded canyon west of Thayne boasts wonderful views and abundant wild life. This 2-acre parcel is adjacent to a Wyoming school section consisting of 640 acres of public land. The school section abuts the Caribou National forest. Miles and miles of protected land is there for your enjoyment. Come live the Wyoming dream. The home features a wonderful country kitchen open to the dining room, a formal living room, five bedrooms, 2.5 baths and an office. A detached three-car garage, a large two door tack or storage building. Two year-round springs flow through the pasture. There is a large rock fireplace in the living room. Anderson thermapane windows throughout. $549,000.

A Little Piece of Heaven


Wyoming v Lincoln County v Thayn

Property is located in a little piece of heaven. Take a stroll to the Salt River right out your front door. No one between you and the river. Horse pastures are often photo ops for their beauty. Nestled in the trees you will find a beautifully-built log home, covered front and back porches for kicking up your feet and watching all kinds of wild life. Plus 30x40 garage/shop which has covered parking on both sides for RVs or whatever you might park. Home has two wells, one for the home and one for the shop and yard. Private drive and fully fenced. Property offers a stream running through the pasture area. No CC&Rs to worry about. Buck rail fence adds to the perfect touch for this property. Two wood-burning stoves to keep you warm all winter but home has electric heat too. Come take a walk. $699,000.

Jerry Hodson • 307-690-4010 Carol Hainey • 307-880-3014 PO Box 4897 Jackson, WY 83001


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Luxury in the Country Colorado v Larimer County v Fort Collins


Truly the most unique private estate available for purchase in Northern Colorado, this gated 32-acre property consists of a 9,575-squarefoot, ranch-style home with a light and bright walk-out lower level that was built with only the highest level of materials and craftsmanship available. This private residence is set up for the discriminating buyer who wants resort-style living that includes an in-ground pool, basketball court, large playground area, volleyball court, horseshoe pit area, fire pit, covered and uncovered outdoor living spaces, water feature, multiple security cameras and more just to describe a bit of the exterior. The interior is just as spectacular with seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, two laundry rooms, five fireplaces, large home gym, theater room, library, huge fun/game room, gourmet kitchen, butler pantry and so much more to describe. A personal viewing is the only way to truly appreciate this one-of-a-kind, Colorado-style home that is close to towns, schools and easy highway access for visiting all of the Front Range cities and Denver International Airport. $2,195,000.

Opportunity Awaits Colorado v Larimer County v Loveland


Please call for additional properties available, but not listed in this advertisement.

Here is your opportunity to own one of the few small acreage properties available in this area. The 11 acres consists of a clean and well cared for home with updated kitchen and baths, new furnace and dual hot water heaters, lighting and recently finished rec room in basement. The property consists of a large 1,539-square-foot outbuilding, large lean to, fenced in runs and a pasture that yielded 864 bales of hay this year. The location has easy access to Interstate 25, on all paved roads and surrounded by farm land. $635,000.

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Gardner Farms, Inc. Nebraska v Box Butte County v Alliance


Gardner Farms, Inc. was established in 1972 with three bank loans, and was put together one piece at a time like a puzzle. This one border fenced block of prime Box Butte County center-pivot irrigated farm and ranch land is located in the Snake Creek Valley, 11 miles west of Alliance, Nebraska. Spanning 5,774± deeded acres, the subject property is comprised of 1,523.9± irrigated acres and 4,250± acres of dry land farm ground, sub-irrigated meadows and pasture. The soils are sandy silt loam which produces excellent crops and grazing. All eleven center-pivot irrigated circles have excellent shallow irrigation wells in the prolific Arikaree Aquifer, with levels that have stayed nearly static over the past 40 years. The ranch portion of the property has excellent grass and sub-irrigated meadows, with shallow stock water wells equipped with windmills and electric submersible pumps on the same well with large watering tanks. Properly managed, the ranch is owner rated for 350 pairs. Contact Curt James.

The Jensen Ranch Wyoming v Carbon County v Encampment


Situated at the base of the Sierra Madre Mountain






Encampment and only 30 minutes south of historic Saratoga, Wyoming, is the Jensen Ranch. Almost completely surrounded by the BLM, this scenic 4,198-acre mountain ranch is comprised of 440 deeded acres, 3,170 acres BLM lease and 588 acres state lease.

James Land Company

The diverse habitat on the ranch has made it a popular refuge for mule deer, elk, antelope and black bear. The Jensen Ranch spans over a mile of the West Fork of Cherokee Creek,

Curtis James

a year-round tributary providing ample water for livestock and wildlife. Nestled against an

203 S 1st Street • Saratoga, WY 82331

aspen grove on the north end of the property is a well-appointed 3,518-square-foot home with


incredible views of the Snowy Range and Medicine Bow Peak making this ranch an exclusive


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private retreat for the outdoorsman. Contact Creed James.

Duck Creek Basin Nevada Ranchette

10 Acres - Fully Fenced


Nevada v White Pine County v Ely

Over 5,500 square feet living space comprised of 3,254-square-foot main home, 1,820-square-foot guest house, 500-square-foot recreation room. Also, 3,518-square-foot garage/workshop and 1,850-square-foot pole barn. Main house features redwood kitchen island, antique mirrored bar back, granite counters, top-of-the-line Dacor appliances. Large windows throughout for 360-degree mountain views. Open living room and master bedroom with native stone wood-burning fireplaces, cathedral ceilings. Master quarters has en-suite office, steam shower, vintage claw-foot tub and adjoining walk-in dressing room/closet. Property surrounded by BLM, Forest Service, and wilderness areas abundant with wildlife including trophy bull elk and mule deer. Excellent horse property with pastures, all with access to water year round from two spring-fed creeks. Additional amenities include private pond stocked with mature trout, greenhouse, garden, manicured yard, RV parking, four-car garage. Magnificent property located just 14 miles north of McGill, Nevada and 25 miles northeast of Ely, Nevada - with shopping, medical facilities and restaurants. Also 4 hours north of Las Vegas, Nevada; 3 hours west of Salt Lake City, Utah; 3 hours south of Elko, Nevada. Peaceful paradise ready to move in! Perfect for the outdoor and horse enthusiast. Enjoy favorable Nevada tax advantages. Potential for B & B or outfitting services. $998,000. Connecting 10 acres with spring-fed creek available for $250,000. Virtual tour:

Linda Kemp 5379 North Duck Creek Hwy Ely, NV 89301

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Luxurious Ranch Home


Northeast Texas v Henderson County v New York

Twisted G Ranch offers a secluded 40-acre ranch estate, perfect for any outdoor enthusiasts, offering all the amenities to make life fun and relaxing. This custom rustic resort was built two years ago designed for entertaining, having fun and living the country dream. This fourbedroom home, with four full baths, has a resort-style floorplan to please all of your guests. Cook up your favorite meal in the gourmet kitchen overlooking the family room and secluded backyard. After dinner, enjoy a game of pool in the private game room, complete with slot machines, media area, and half bath overlooking the amazing pool and backyard. Relax on the oversized back porch after you take a dip in the 845-square-foot pool equipped with a diving board and built-in slide. Cold outside? Soak in the attached hot tub and heat the pool to enjoy the outdoors all year around. Hungry? Throw some ribeyes on the egg and enjoy the shade from the palapa while entertaining at the outdoor kitchen area. For those athletic types, put on your hiking boots and hit the trails behind the house. Enjoy the sound of the trees swaying in the wind while the kids catch tadpoles in the creek that runs all year long. Bored yet? Take a paddle boat ride or cast a line on the half acre pond. Head back to the ranch to enjoy a game of washers or ping pong at the 52x75 insulated shop. Complete with restroom, feed and tack room as well as a large man cave complete with cabinets and TV. Invite your friends to stay at the on-site two-bedroom, one-bath, fully-furnished 750-square-foot cabin, complete with two queen beds and full kitchen. Park your pride and joy in one of the three large detached garage bays located next to the resort. Enjoy a horseback ride, or evening stroll along the quite country roads or a trail ride through the majestic woods. Without a doubt the full moon at night and the numerous fireflies will certainly take you to a place you never want to leave.

Craig Gandy, Agent/Owner 3100 New Copeland Rd Tyler, TX 75711



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970-327-0162 Lone Cone Ranch: Wright’s Mesa, SW Colorado This stunning ranch/retreat, situated on 656 acres, offers a spacious home, 5 stall horse barn, 5 car garage, an outdoor riding arena and horse corral. Water - 5 strong wells, a spring and pond, and the Lone Cone Creek meandering though the property. Borders the National Forest in a very private setting nestled within Ponderosas. Mountain views abound from every window, and close to the historic ranching community of Norwood and to the resort of Telluride. $3,950,000. Thunder Road Mule Ranch: Wright’s Mesa, SW Colorado This spectacular 160 acre ranch feels like your own special secluded part of the world – yet is just minutes to the historic ranching town of Norwood. Great mountain views, a creek running along the property, and bordering the national forest. Power, phone and a year round road. $382,000. Lone Cone Restaurant: Norwood, SW Colorado In the heart of Norwood, a favorite of locals and visitors, this turnkey operation offers a great reputation and great food. The separate restaurant and saloon have a combined 20 tables for dining. Offered at $387,000 includes the business and real estate. Dolores-Norwood Ranch: SW Colorado Lovely 83 acre mountain property with nearly a mile of Disappointment Creek (& ¾ c.f.s rights). Great views, privacy & borders the Lone Cone State Wildlife Area. Offered at $229,000. Corner Lot: Wright’s Mesa, SW Colorado 40 acre lot just minutes to town, well, power, level terrain, all day sun and mountain views. Close to 2 lakes and river. Spectacular open mesa views and easy year-round access. $159,000. The Meadows at Lone Cone: Wright’s Mesa, SW Colorado Lovely acreage featuring Ponderosa and Aspen trees, with base of the mountain views.

Mineral rights and a large open space set aside. Adjacent to the National Forest and close to lakes and a river for spectacular fishing. Priced from $159,000.

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Humboldt County 600 Acres near Ferndale with soils rated PRIME AG: Behind locked gates with abundant water. Includes the existing greenhouses & the owners are willing to carry. $3,900,000 152 Acres in Korbel: Zoned Ag exclusive and TPZ, with open sunny spaces, water sources & a quarry to rock your roads. $800,000 Trinity Riverfront Bliss: Huge main home with river view windows, vaulted open beam ceiling, indoor and outdoor kitchens, huge terrace & decks, in-ground swimming pool, Full-size Guest home, Huge shop, orchards & gardens. Built for a lifetime of shared memories. Owner will carry! $1,626,000

Trinity County Dogwood Estate Upscale Home & Boutique Winery: Two gorgeous Masters, Incredible living room with barrel ceilings, Gourmet kitchen, Deluxe Man Cave & Wine cellar, swimming pool, upscale outdoor kitchen. Guest home, Vineyard, Old-worlde style winery & all the modern equip, plus the Dogwood Estate wine label. Access to the Trinity River, too. Owner will carry! $2,199,000 Trinity Riverfront, Serenity Manor Estate: Stunning & spacious main home with incredible custom work and windows. Spectacular river views, amazing Master suite, in-ground pool, outdoor kitchen and decks. Guest home, huge koi pond, tennis court, hobby studio, full gym, lush gardens & more. Sellers will consider a trade. $2,700,000 94 Acres with Two Homes: Large flat meadows, substantial timber and plentiful water, with spring water & 2,500 gallon holding tank, a large pond & irrigation rights from Hawkins Creek. Large fenced orchard. Close to Hawkins Bar but a private paradise. $1,490,000 Siskiyou County Moffett Creek Tract: 5,180 Acres located off Moffett Creek offering an estimated 1,700 acres of mixed timber, with Cottonwood Creek running directly through the property. There are many hunting opportunities here, including the famous Moffett Creek Blacktail Deer, black bears and quail. Owner will carry. $1,400,000

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Farm & Ranch West 64  

Farm & Ranch - The Source For Discerning Buyers & Sellers