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The CaTalogue of fine RuRal Real esTaTe



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A genuine outdoorsman’s paradise surrounded by pristine wilderness, Palisades Bench beckons you to savor the endless vistas, recreational splendor and peaceful tranquility of luxurious mountain living.

UNLIMITED OUTDOOR RECREATION Exceptional Hunting, Horseback Riding, Hiking, Mountain Biking & World-Class Fly-Fishing BREATHTAKING VIEWS On the Southern Tip of the Teton Mountain Range Diverse Terrain of Rolling Hills & Expansive Mountain Valleys

2.5+-Acre Homesites Starting at $ 79,000

Jeff Sanders, 303-656-3307

COMMUNITY FEATURES 28 Private Homesites, County-Maintained Roads Snow Removal, High-Speed Internet & Phone Service CLOSE PROXIMITY TO RECREATIONAL DESTINATIONS Targhee National Forest (5 minutes), Snake River (5 minutes), Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (60 minutes)

Quality Developments by Mountain View Capital, LLC

...In Swan Valley, Idaho Spokane

Seattle Billings


Swan Valley

Jackson Hole

Salt Lake City


Spanning nearly three square miles, Birch Creek Ranch offers wide-open spaces in a place where towering aspens meet expansive valleys and wildlife thrive amidst a landscape overlooked by the grandeur of snow-covered peaks.

DIVERSE RANCH SITES 35 Secluded Ranches Ranging from 30 to 140 Acres 1,722 Total Acres

UNIQUE YEAR-ROUND LIVING Quiet Hideaways Amidst Trees & Hilltop Perches With Breathtaking Views SHARE THE LAND WITH NATIVE WILDLIFE Moose, Mule Deer, Whitetail Deer, Elk, Bald Eagles & Trumpeter Swans WELCOMING LANDSCAPE WITH WESTERN FLAIR Mountain Valleys, Rolling Hills & Whistling Aspen Groves

OUTDOOR WONDERLAND Equestrian Trails, World-Class Fly-Fishing, Whitewater Rafting, Hunting, Hiking, Skiing & More COMMUNITY AMENITIES County-Maintained Roads, Snow Removal, Underground Utilities, Telephone & Fire Suppression

30+-Acre Ranches Starting at $149,000

NEARBY ATTRACTIONS Palisades Reservoir, Snake River, Kelly Canyon Ski Resort, Teton National Park & More

Jeff Sanders, 303-656-3307

Owner Financing as Low as 0% Interest

On the Cover …

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970 375-3211 office 970 769-8989 cell


Cover Photography by Karen Engwis


BEST OF THE WEST 30 v Bear Mountain Ranch Listed by Fuller Western Real Estate

38 v The Bell Ranch Listed by Bates Sanders Swan Land Company

56 v Clark’s Canyon Ranch Listed by Phillips & Company

94 v 4 Aces Ranch Listed by Hood Real Estate Company

96 v The Texan Double B Ranch Listed by Cornerstone Properties

98 v Bison Ranch at Frio Canyon Listed by Texas Land & Ranch Co.

REFERENCE 5 v Broker Index 6 v Property Index & Map

CLASSIFIEDS 125 v Additional Properties in the Marketplace

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Wilder on the Taylor page 119

Phillips & Company .....................56

Bates Sanders Swan

Prudential Steamboat Realty .....111

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Prudential Triple S Realty

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Arnold Realty Inc. ..........................86 Land Company ............................38

Bottari Realty, Inc. ........................120 Cabela’s Trophy Properties..........75

California Outdoor Properties .... 74

The Chickering Company ..........115 Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC ...................... 41

Linda Crowther............................84 Prudential Triple S Realty Legacy Properties West, LLC ... 8, 52 Ranch Marketing Associates........ 18 Ronald H. Mayer Real Estate The Ranch Finder......................112 Schrimsher Ranch

Clark Company ..............................78

Real Estate, LLC........................... 76

Coldwell Banker Danville .......... 117

Sierra Foothill Properties, Inc. ..122

Cornerstone Properties ................96

Slifer Smith & Frampton

Fay Ranches ....................................58 Four Star Realty ............................107 Fratzke Commercial Real Estate ...................................116

Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty ....................82

Fuller Western Real Estate ..........30

Galles Properties ............................54 Garton & Associates

Real Estate .....................................68 Sotheby’s International Realty Tom Evans...................................106 Jackson Hole Brokerage .............90 Stockmen’s Realty ........................121 Summit Sotheby’s International Realty ..................110 Telluride Properties .....................105 Telluride Real Estate Corporation ..................................60

Girten Land Company..................62

Texas Land & Ranch Co. .............98

The Group Inc. Real Estate ..........64

United Country Real Estate.........72

Hall and Hall ...................................12

Van Cleve Associates .....................92

Harrigan Land Company LLC ....50

Western United Realty, LLC........47

Headquarters West, Ltd. ............102

Wilder on the Taylor ...................119

Hood Real Estate Company ........94

Windermere Real Estate, East ...113

The Ranch Group ........................44 Kerry Mormann & Associates ....66

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Kevin Sullivan Realty, Inc...........107 The Land Brokers Real Estate ...104 Live Water Properties..................108 Lone Eagle Land Brokerage .......100 Mason & Morse Ranch Company ................... 24, 61 Mason Real Estate..........................70 Mirr Ranch Group .........................34 New Mexico Mountain Properties .................118 Newman Realty ..............................88 Oregon Opportunities Real Estate ...................................109 Osprey Landing LLC ..................123 Pacific Range Properties .............103 Pacific Resources & Consulting ... 114 Volume 38 Farm&Ranch West


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18.................Yavapai...................102 60.................Coconino...............102 72.................Gila..........................121 254..............Cochise...................121 20,650........Greenlee.................121

California 2...................Contra Costa......... 117 20.................Contra Costa......... 117 40.................Amador..................115 40.................El Dorado..............122 44.................Shasta.......................75 61.................Butte..........................72 120..............El Dorado..............122 127..............Mendocino..............92 143...............Santa Barbara..........66 190..............San Diego.................20 200..............Santa Barbara..........66 468..............Mendocino.............. 74 600..............Colusa....................103 637..............San Luis Obispo.....79 714...............Amador..................115 798..............Santa Barbara..........66 798..............Siskiyou..................107 891...............Monterey..................79 944..............San Joaquin............. 74 1,082...........Modoc......................73 1,109...........Amador..................103 1,141............Tehama...................115 1,630...........Plumas......................75 1,915...........San Luis Obispo.....78 2,200...........Santa Barbara..........67 2,485...........San Luis Obispo.....66 2,500...........Glenn........................93 2,995...........Tehama...................115 3,200...........Mendocino............107 3,243...........Tehama..................... 74





4,044...........Humboldt..............107 4,770...........Siskiyou.................. 117 5,480...........Colusa...................... 74 5,844...........Tehama.....................75 6,375...........Monterey.................. 16 6,378...........Monterey..................79 6,530...........Humboldt..............107 9,500...........Tehama.....................92 10,000.........Solano.......................75 10,884.........Monterey..................78

Colorado 7...................Delta.........................45 10.................Chaffee.....................45 12.................Larimer.....................64 20.................Park........................... 51 25.................La Plata.....................53 25.................La Plata.....................84 30.................Hinsdale...................28 35.................Garfield....................68 35.................Park...........................63 38.................Archuleta..................54 38.................La Plata.....................84 38.................Montezuma.............52 39.................Archuleta..................54 42.................Garfield....................68 52.................Douglas....................22 55.................Archuleta..................55 70.................Archuleta..................55 70.................Pitkin........................44 70.................Summit.....................82 80.................Archuleta..................54 88.................Rio Grande..............73 95.................Boulder.....................83 100...............Archuleta..................52 100...............Huerfano..................32 100...............La Plata.....................53 100...............La Plata.....................84 102...............Garfield....................27 106...............Routt.......................111 120..............Pitkin........................45 123..............Delta.........................36 124..............Archuleta..................30 125..............Routt.......................111 126..............Montrose................100 128..............Mineral.....................32 132..............Chaffee.....................29 140...............Eagle.........................22 140...............Larimer.....................28 142...............Grand.......................62 142...............Gunnison.................71 145...............Montrose................100 160...............Archuleta..................55 160...............Larimer.....................65 170...............Park...........................62 171...............Montezuma............. 61 172...............Grand.......................20 182..............Hinsdale.................100 185..............Grand.......................63 194..............Gunnison.................25 196..............Routt.........................19 200..............Chaffee.....................73 203..............Custer.......................24 220..............El Paso......................29 224..............Eagle.........................68 236..............Mesa..........................70 245..............Pueblo......................26 259..............Ouray........................46 262..............Routt.......................111 273..............Park...........................62 315...............Gunnison.................28 317...............San Miguel.............105 320..............Gunnison...............101 320..............Saguache..................33

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350..............Pitkin........................45 360..............Garfield....................68 375..............Park...........................63 388..............Grand....................... 18 391...............Gunnison................. 51 394..............Garfield....................44 411...............Garfield....................69 423..............Moffat.......................36 429..............Rio Blanco...............32 430..............Montezuma.............52 456..............Jefferson...................29 463..............Archuleta..................54 518...............Huerfano..................36 518...............Montezuma.............52 525..............Moffat.......................34 527..............San Miguel.............105 540..............La Plata.....................85 560..............San Miguel...............60 592..............Delta.........................70 610...............Archuleta..................46 640..............Park...........................63 653..............Montezuma.............53 680..............Grand....................... 18 720..............Montrose..................71 723..............Garfield....................44 747...............Routt.......................111 800..............Delta.........................20 813...............Pitkin........................44 853..............Garfield....................46 891...............Park...........................62 911...............Huerfano..................28 954..............Routt.........................21 996..............Jefferson...................25 1,000...........Park...........................37 1,132...........Routt......................... 17 1,135...........Garfield....................20 1,469...........Mesa..........................70 1,577...........Delta.........................71 1,650...........Larimer.....................23 1,677...........Mesa..........................70 1,720...........Mesa..........................46 1,720...........San Miguel...............60 1,800...........La Plata..................... 61 1,871...........Delta.........................71 1,962...........Larimer.....................47 2,000...........Gunnison...............119 2,300...........Garfield....................27 2,665...........Routt.........................50 2,680...........Jackson.....................32 3,100...........Jackson..................... 51 3,500...........Arapahoe..................24 3,500...........Grand.......................35 4,014...........Arapahoe..................49 4,717...........Huerfano..................35 4,853...........San Miguel.............101 5,034...........Routt.........................22 5,500...........Sweet Grass............... 8 8,818...........Routt.......................108 28,700........San Miguel.............101

160...............Lewis and Clark...108 380..............Missoula................... 14 387..............Lewis and Clark.....59 405..............Fergus.......................58 583..............Madison...................58 720..............Carbon..................... 14 867..............Ravalli....................... 17 922..............Cascade....................73 1,201...........Rosebud...................43 1,360...........Stillwater................104 1,584...........Deer Lodge..............15 1,605...........Jefferson...................58 1,605...........Madison...................58 4,190...........Pondera....................40 8,281...........Beaverhead.............. 17 9,587...........Powell....................... 16 9,993...........Fergus.......................58 10,866.........Carter........................43 17,386.........Powder River...........26 30,000........Wheatland............... 16

32.................Summit...................110 524..............Weber.....................110 3,150...........Piute........................110 5,340...........Summit.....................40 5,902...........Carbon.....................37 36,200........Uintah......................34

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20.................Valley......................123 80.................Custer....................... 16 90.................Shoshone...............114 100...............Valley......................123 1,160...........Custer....................... 14 2,908...........Franklin...................59 5,915...........Bannock...................40



Montana 10.................Park.........................104 72.................Sweet Grass...........104 116...............Sweet Grass...........104 129..............Madison...................72 160...............Granite.....................15

Nevada 3,435...........Elko.........................120

New Mexico 25.................Rio Arriba................72 162...............Debaca...................... 76 660..............Mora........................118 1,700...........Grant.........................77 1,789...........Luna..........................77 1,792...........Colfax.....................118 1,889...........Rio Arriba................53 2,640...........Catron.......................50 3,250...........Catron.......................23 12,760.........Catron....................... 76 17,000.........Lincoln...................112 290,100......San Miguel...............38

Oregon 10.................Umatilla................... 81 15.................Umatilla................... 81 20.................Wallowa.................116 46.................Wheeler....................80 61.................Umatilla...................80 100...............Morrow....................80 160...............Grant......................... 81 182..............Jackson...................109 314...............Jackson...................109 1,039...........Jackson...................109 1,935...........Jackson...................109 3,485...........Umatilla................... 81 7,810............Klamath................... 17


Wyoming 2...................Albany......................27 15.................Teton.........................90 100...............Park........................... 14 103...............Park...........................15 119...............Teton.......................108 132..............Park...........................15 160...............Carbon.....................33 240..............Albany......................48 240..............Goshen.....................88 250..............Laramie....................49 269..............Platte.........................42


280..............Crook........................86 320..............Sheridan...................19 345..............Platte.........................89 360..............Laramie....................89 500..............Crook........................23 550..............Albany...................... 41 634..............Sweetwater..............49 640..............Carbon.....................48 640..............Carbon.....................50 910...............Laramie....................89 1,008...........Crook........................87 1,060...........Johnson....................43 1,060...........Sheridan...................43 1,200...........Johnson....................86 1,300...........Johnson....................37 1,550...........Albany......................48 1,600...........Laramie....................29 1,720...........Laramie....................26 1,835...........Crook........................86 2,200...........Niobrara...................88 2,486...........Crook........................87 2,530...........Fremont...................33 2,662...........Albany......................48 2,748...........Niobrara...................42 2,777...........Carbon.....................47 3,016...........Sublette.................... 91 3,039...........Weston.....................87 3,210...........Park...........................56 3,500...........Platte.........................37 3,664...........Johnson....................36 4,812...........Platte......................... 51 5,007...........Sublette..................108 5,525...........Goshen.....................19 6,700...........Albany......................47 7,078...........Niobrara...................88 7,127............Converse..................42 7,525...........Albany......................49 8,000...........Teton.......................106 10,000.........Sublette....................47 10,696.........Goshen.....................43 24,750........Laramie....................21 41,519.........Converse..................87 41,519.........Natrona....................87 92,200........Natrona....................21 120,519.......Natrona....................21 200,000......Carbon.....................22 200,000......Fremont...................22 200,000......Natrona....................22

83.................Dickinson................72 9,540...........Sherman...................27

81.................Scotts Bluff..............89 1,420...........Dawes.......................23 2,806...........Sheridan...................26 7,360...........Sioux.........................42

South Dakota 520..............Custer.......................19 7,100............Fall River..................86

Texas 480..............Kendall.....................96 2,470...........Real...........................98 17,847.........Kerr...........................94






Aleutians East 1 Aleutians West 2 Anchorage 3 Bethel 4 Bristol Bay 5 Denali 6 Dillingham 7 Fairbanks NorthStar 8 Haines 9 Juneau 10 KenaiPeninsula 11 Ketchikan Gateway 12 Kodiak Island 13 MatanskaSusitna 14 Lake and Peninsula 27 Nome 15 North Slope 16 Northwest Arctic 17 Prince of WalesOuter Ketchikan 18 Sitka 19 Skagway-HoonahAngoon 20 Southeast Fairbanks 21 ValdezCordova 22 WadeHampton 23 WrangellPetersburg 24 Yakutat 25 YukonKoyukuk 26

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

California Alameda Alpine Amador Butte Calaveras Colusa

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CA Contra Costa Del Norte El Dorado Fresno Glenn Humboldt Imperial Inyo Kern Kings Lake Lassen Los Angeles Madera Marin Mariposa Mendocino Merced Modoc Mono Monterey Napa Nevada Orange Placer Plumas Riverside Sacramento San Benito San Bernardino San Diego San Francisco San Joaquin San Luis Obispo San Mateo Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Shasta Sierra Siskiyou Solano Solano Sonoma Stanislaus Sutter Tehama Trinity Tulare Tuolumne Ventura Yolo Yuba

Colorado Adams Alamosa Arapahoe Archuleta Baca Bent Boulder Chaffee

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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

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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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Beaverhead Big Horn Blaine Broadwater Carbon Carter Cascade Choteau Custer Daniels Dawson Deer Lodge Fallon Fergus Flathead Gallatin Garfield Glacier Golden Valley Granite Hill Jefferson Judith Basin Lake Lewis and Clark Liberty Lincoln Madison Mc Cone Meagher Mineral Missoula Musselshell Park Petroleum Phillips Pondera Powder River Powell Prairie Ravalli Richland Roosevelt Rosebud Sanders Sheridan

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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

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

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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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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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Engwis Ranch Montana v Sweet Grass County v Big Timber

Many know of Montana for its rich history, diverse landscape with unencumbered vistas and breathtaking beauty. Those who live in Montana are truly privileged.

Vast wide-open spaces still echo the hoof beats of wild buffalo that once roamed this expansive terrain. Captain William Clark traversed this very ranch on his return trip in July of 1806, as documented by the Lewis & Clark Heritage Foundation—an element difficult to record in words, but felt by those who touch ancient rock outcroppings, venture into verdant meadows and follow the everpresent heartbeat of the roaring Yellowstone to a place where nature still reigns.


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Evolving over two decades of meticulous effort, Engwis Ranch comprises 5,500 carefully stewarded acres. Restored by the current and previous owner, its natural beauty and diverse history have been preserved. Once four separate properties, this now contiguous parcel offers a stunning masterpiece of approximately three and a half miles of the famous Yellowstone River, rustic-style residences, modern livestock operations and lush riparian areas all surrounded by the Absaroka/Beartooth Mountain Range and the Crazy Mountains.

ceilings. Wraparound windows frame the ever-changing landscape of Engwis’ yearround beauty, or enjoy unobstructed views from the north- and south-facing decks. At day’s end, guests can retire to the wellappointed guesthouse with luxury comforts. Wired for high-speed Internet and satellite television, the newly built home offers three levels with spacious living areas, towering ceilings and stunning details, including “In Montana, there are ranches and farms, and then there’s the Engwis Ranch,” said Tom Morse, founder of Legacy Properties West, LLC, who represents the seller of Engwis Ranch. “Its historical significance, as well as the productivity, recreation and conservation opportunities are unmatched. The diversity—the ranching, farming, wildlife, the outdoor activities, the facilities and homes—is incredible. The possibilities here are why people come to Montana.” Inspired by Montana’s rustic beauty, the three-story main residence offers a place to work and entertain amidst Western architecture with modern influences. The stained redwood exterior and a heavy cedar shake-shingle roof are partnered with a solar system that assists hot water. A popup sprinkler system is pond-fed for yard irrigation. Built for storing everything from farm equipment to classic cars, the fully equipped, first-floor, 6,000-square-foot workshop features six overhead bay doors, in-floor radiant heat, a storage loft, kitchen, full bath and access to the second-floor office and bedroom area. When work concludes, the upper-level living area offers three bedrooms, two full baths, kitchen, dining/living room, office and family room. Gleaming woodplank flooring reflects tongue-and-grooved

space, leads into the one-of-a-kind arena. Beautifully rendered in artistic flair, the Crazy Mountains are reflected upon the walls of this unique indoor arena, perfect for riding, storage and a plethora of uses that make it as functional as it is versatile. This fully finished and insulated, 82 by 150-square-foot area features over 30 windows for plentiful natural light during the day; in the evening, overhead lights illuminate the entire arena so activities can continue uninterrupted. Across the property, the ranch manager’s compound is the center of livestock operations, offering a complete set of cattle working facilities: a calving barn with new warming house, pastures and corrals, garages, grain bins, a Quonset, an old bunkhouse and two houses (one is currently livable). All this lies within flycasting distance of the Yellowstone River and overlooks the pastures and river bottom.

reclaimed wide-plank oak floors. The first level offers a gourmet island kitchen with breakfast bar, master suite with a private patio and travertine-tiled spa, office, laundry room, second full bath and tack room. Midlevel, guests can enjoy a sitting area with a wet bar, powder room and two expansive picture windows viewing into the attached indoor arena. On the third level, a catwalk connects two multi-use rooms. A tack room, which includes an additional washer/dryer hookup, utility sink and plenty of storage Volume 38 Farm&Ranch West


A preserved habitat for a variety of migratory waterfowl and native wildlife, the river bottom is a true sanctuary—a spring refuge where eagle guard their eggs in the trees and deer watch fawns take their first steps in the riverside meadows. This tranquil area offers an array of natural formations such as ponds, sandstone cliffs and waterfalls—a lush riparian area where duck, songbirds, hawk, blue heron, owl, wild turkey, pelican, whitetail and mule deer, black bear, beaver and the occasional moose thrive in a river-made paradise. Fueled by the majestic Yellowstone and prequalified for a valuable conservation easement, the Engwis Ranch features approximately three and a half miles of blue ribbon fishery, home to large cutthroat, brown and rainbow trout and a perfect venue for wading, drift boating and enjoying the scenery. From the river, the diverse landscape rises over 600 feet to the north and extends into the foothills of the Crazy Mountains—a simple scene that deceives the eye. The diverse beauty unfolds through the lush oases of spring water, aspen groves and pockets of cottonwood, juniper and pine. Among the many coulees, trophy antelope wander among the grazing cattle along the coulees and six spring-fed pastures.

“Riding across the upper rangeland makes me burst into songs from the Sound of Music, but only if I’m alone,” said Karen Engwis, coowner of Engwis Ranch. For those desiring an agricultural venture, Engwis Ranch comes complete with all the necessary well-maintained equipment used on the ranch. Water rights (priority dates from the late-1800s and early 1900s) include 22.83 shares of Hunters Hot Springs Canal Company (over a third of 62.95 total shares) and 7.6 shares of Duck Creek water. Six pivots, wheel-lines, popup sprinklers and flooding provide water to 600 tillable acres with a wealth of crop potential, including grass, alfalfa hay, grain crops and potatoes, all produced with limited use of nitrate fertilizers—a choice that respects the river and wildlife that depend on it for survival. Described as “absolutely irreplaceable” by prominent real estate professionals, Engwis Ranch is more than just a property; it is a prom-

ise to the environment and future generations to uphold the superior level of stewardship that has made this an exquisite ranch. Much of what makes this ranch so remarkable is rapidly disappearing in a world quick to develop first and conserve later. Those who share in the conservation philosophy and appreciate the exceptional maintenance rare in a recreational/ranch property will see Engwis Ranch for what it is: a last stand in “the last best place.” v

Engwis Ranch is offered at $17,500,000 to a qualified buyer. For more information on Engwis Ranch or to schedule a private tour, please contact Tom Morse, seller representative, with Legacy Properties West, LLC at 970 375-3211 (office), 970 769-8989 (cell) or tom@ranchandrecreational. com. Visit for additional photos and information.


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Rafter 11 Ranch


Idaho v Custer County v Mackay

This old-line family ranch in the upper Lost River Valley, just 30 miles from Sun Valley, is comprised of 1,160± acres with Big Lost River and Thousand Springs/Chilly Slough Spring Creek frontage. In addition to trout, waterfowl and big game habitat, the ranch features 360-degree views of Idaho’s highest peaks and an extensive boundary with state and federal lands. The Rafter 11 is the largest riverfront ranch currently available in the Lost River Valley. $3,995,000.

Dry Creek Ranch Montana v Carbon County v Red Lodge


Dry Creek Ranch features 720± deeded acres just minutes from the resort town of Red Lodge. Its pleasant landscape offers rolling hills that create a private spring-fed valley tributary of Volney Creek, which courses through the ranch for a mile. Irrigated lands adjoin the densely willowed riparian corridor, providing a hay base that enables the ranch to support a small livestock/ equestrian operation with ideal topography for riding. This unimproved ranch offers several choice building sites that take advantage of the dramatic views of the massive Beartooth Front while maintaining great privacy. Its close proximity to a vibrant resort community in one of the most sought-after regions of the state make this an excellent choice and an open slate for a buyer looking to create a small ranch out of well-kept land. $1,450,000.


Little Rapid Creek Ranch is the most important property on the face of the Bighorns to become available in many years. It offers complete privacy in a beautiful mountain setting, yet is only 20 minutes from Sheridan. Properties like this rarely come on the market. Truly unique and rare, this 100±-acre, one-of-a-kind property

Little Rapid Creek Ranch Wyoming v Park County v Sheridan


Twenty minutes from downtown Missoula, this irrigated hay ranch in the Potomac Valley includes 380± acres, most irrigated with good water rights, 120± timbered acres, excellent access and three creeks that flow through the property. A compound of modest improvements is in place for a caretaker/owner, but there is plenty of room to build. All but 20± acres are under conservation easement. $1,250,000. 406 656-7500 Investment Quality Rural Real Estate Throughout the U.S. & Internationally. Since 1946.


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Camas Creek Ranch Montana v Missoula County v Missoula

is bordered by larger conservation easementprotected ranches and should move quickly. Reduced to $1,350,000.

Ishawooa Trails Ranch Wyoming v Park County v Cody


An easy hour’s drive southwest of Cody along three-quarters of a mile of the South Fork of the Shoshone River, this 132±-acre mountain valley ranch borders national forest and has been in the same family for three generations. It offers mountain peak views, excellent fishing, a classic mountain home and support buildings, which overlook lovely irrigated meadows along the river. $6,950,000.

Flint Creek Range Retreat Fishtrap Ranch

Montana v Granite Co. v Philipsburg

Montana v Deer Lodge County v Wise River


This 160±-acre retreat has an exquisite collection of improvements atop a broad rolling ridgeline in


In the heart of Big Hole Valley, 18 miles west of Wise River, Fishtrap Ranch encompasses 1,584±

the Flint Creek Range of western Montana and

deeded acres of beautiful mountain terrain. Fishtrap Creek courses through its western boundary for is almost completely surrounded by national nearly a mile and, in addition to being a fine freestone fishery for a variety of trout, plays a critical role to

forest. Expansive views in every direction can

spawning grayling. Additionally, the ranch’s substantial hay base helps support the big game animals be enjoyed from the main home, guesthouse, and cattle that inhabit the property. Because of its position straddling a major elk migration route, it bunkhouse and anywhere else on the property. boasts outstanding elk hunting. The views look out across neighboring large-scale ranches and up

All structures are of top-notch log construction.

towards the spectacular, jagged snowcapped peaks to the north. Fishtrap Ranch presents a productive

Fishing and hunting in the area is excellent, and

small mountain cattle ranch with outstanding recreational amenities. Reduced to $3,250,000.

Missoula is only one hour away. $3,400,000.

Little River Ranch Wyoming v Park County v Cody


Sitting on the east slope of the Beartooth Mountains between Red Lodge, Montana and Cody, Wyoming, this 103±-acre homestead is surrounded by Shoshone National Forest. In the same family for 58 years, Little River Ranch features a beautiful trout stream running the length of the property, abundant wildlife and great homesites. $2,950,000. 406 656-7500 Investment Quality Rural Real Estate Throughout the U.S. & Internationally. Since 1946. Volume 38 Farm&Ranch West



Just 27 miles east of Pebble Beach, this 6,375±-acre cattle ranch offers a true ranching environment a short distance from the charming communities of Carmel Valley Village and Carmel-by-the-Sea. Improvements include a main residence, guest home, caretaker’s house and barn. An extensive road system makes all areas of the ranch accessible by vehicle. There is good water with 12 developed springs and 21 stock ponds, as well as excellent wildlife populations: deer, turkey, quail, bobcat and

Oak Ridge Ranch

Russian wild boar. A 30-minute drive to the Monterey Peninsula airport, this property has the potential to grow grapes. $33,000,000.

California v Monterey County v Upper Carmel Valley


Thirteen miles west of Harlowton, this modestly improved, 30,000±-acre ranch lies north of the Crazy Mountains on the south slopes of the Little Belts. This clean, wellblocked, virtually all-deeded grass ranch is reminiscent of the Serengeti plains, but with dramatic views of four mountain ranges. The

Haymaker Ranch Montana v Wheatland County v Two Dot

ranch includes some high-quality elk habitat. Do not miss a rare opportunity to control nearly 50 square miles. $9,000,000.

Hoover Creek Ranch


Montana v Powell County v Missoula

Featuring established populations of elk and mule deer on 9,587± acres of contiguous foothill and mountain terrain, Hoover Creek Ranch offers privacy and seclusion an hour from Missoula. An extensive network of private roads ensures good access to a variety of locations. Choose from a variety of scenic homesites. $7,670,000.

Twin Bridges Ranch Idaho v Custer County v Sun Valley


These 80± secluded acres feature a beautiful home 22 miles from Sun Valley, off Trail Creek Road. The property is part of a 1,300±-acre private, gated ranch community completely surrounded by public lands and divided into 12 parcels under conservation easements 406 656-7500 Investment Quality Rural Real Estate Throughout the U.S. & Internationally. Since 1946.


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with five homes built and terrific neighbors. Twin Bridges Creek flows through the ranch to the Big Lost River a half-mile away. The 1,500-square-foot, hand-hewn, flat log home on an elevated site has all the amenities, including a fabulous kitchen, radiant heat and covered, wraparound porch. Fenced for horses, the property is ideal as a writer/artist’s retreat, family hideaway or mountain adventure base camp. $875,000.

Horse Prairie Ranch


Montana v Beaverhead County v Grant

Over 30,000± acres of deeded (8,281± acres) and leased (22,439± acres) lands lie in one private block in a mountain valley. Within 45 minutes of Dillon, this unique setting has headquarters in the center of the ranch and the private owner and guest cabins next to USFS lands. Privacy is assured. $14,900,000.

Gearhart Valley Ranch Oregon v Klamath County v Bly

Round Mountain Ranch


Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

In the renowned Elk River Valley, Round Mountain Ranch is an outdoorsman’s paradise with excellent cattle and horse facilities. This 1,132±-acre operating ranch boasts excellent fishing on 1.32± miles of the Elk River, a meandering meadow stream and a spring-fed lake. Adjacent to Routt National Forest, the property provides direct access to abundant big game and recreational opportunities. Comfortably accommodating up to 17 people, the ranch offers extensive and well-thought-out improvements built to the highest standards. These include a 5,126±-squarefoot owner’s residence, beautifully restored river cabin, separate accommodations for guests and management, very impressive barns, a shop and a state-of-the-art indoor arena. This magnificent private ranch is within minutes of Steamboat Springs, one of Colorado’s premier resort communities, providing something for everyone: skiing, hiking, golf and snowmobiling, as well as fine dining, cultural attractions and shopping. Daily commercial jet service is a mere 40-minute drive, and Vail offers specialty shops 90 minutes away. $16,900,000 reduced to $15,500,000.







With 7,810± deeded acres and over 10 miles of the North Fork Sprague River and Merrill Creek, this is one of the finest operating and recreational properties on the market. Gearhart Mountain Wilderness Area serves as the backdrop for this impressive ranch, which offers extensive national forest boundary, private Forest Service grazing permits and a balance of irrigated meadows, timberlands and native rangeland. In addition to miles of stream frontage with fishing for rainbow and brown trout, extensive surface and ground water rights make this among the best-watered ranches available in the West today. The property offers a full set of residential and agricultural improvements and is only an hour


from the Klamath Falls airport. $10,950,000.

Stevensville, south of Missoula, is adjacent to national forest and Kootenai Springs Ranch. An attractive hay meadow nestled below a gorgeous mix of conifers and deciduous trees offers many 406 656-7500

very private building sites with amazing views. Contiguous to other large holdings, this easily accessible large property is a rare find in the sought-after Bitterroot Valley. There is excellent potential for an equestrian facility. $7,500,000.

Kootenai Rocks Ranch Montana v Ravalli Co. v Stevensville

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Flat Tops Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling


At 9,500 feet and adjacent to BLM lands with easy access to national forest, the ranch’s terrain is ideal for hiking and cross-country skiing. The 680-acre ranch is just a few miles from Kremmling and between the popular resorts of Vail, Winter Park and Steamboat Springs. Flat Tops Ranch is part of the Grand River Ranches, offering an equestrian center with outdoor arena, stream and lake fishing with cabins, sporting clays shooting range and a lodge providing overnight accommodations, fine dining and entertaining area. $3,450,000.

Tailwaters Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling


Tucked away in a high country wonderland between world-renowned resorts of Vail, Winter Park and Steamboat Springs, the 388-acre ranch sits at the south end of a mountain reservoir, overlooking the Gore Range and an alpine stream. It is adjacent to over a mile of some of the best trout fishing in the Rocky Mountains. This ranch is part of the Grand River Ranches, which offer an equestrian center with outdoor arena, stream and lake fishing with cabins, sporting clays shooting range and a lodge providing overnight accommodations, fine dining and an entertaining area. $1,950,000.


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Argyle Ranch South Dakota v Custer County v Pringle


Surrounded by the 1.2 million-acre Black Hills National Forest, this 520-acre property

High Meadows Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


is mostly forested with pine-covered hills and draws. One hour from Rapid City, the ranch has ideal wildlife habitat, two groundwater

This 196-acre ranch retreat has privacy, alpine beauty and over a mile of Morrison Creek running dams, three wells and perimeter fencing. through it. Surrounded by and bordering the Routt National Forest with direct access to Sarvis Creek

This is a great ranch for the sportsman, a

Wilderness, this is the perfect family ranch or retreat close to Steamboat Springs. Enjoy fishing, wildlife,

private retreat or weekend getaway with

a 2,400-square-foot owner’s home, two cabins and a classic two-level barn with apartment. This four- conservation season recreation ranch is perfect for all the family to enjoy. $4,100,000. Contact Ron Morris.




potential. $1,500,000. Contact Ron Morris.

Sheridan West Pasture Wyoming v Sheridan County v Sheridan


These 320 acres, five miles west of Sheridan and eight miles from the Big Horn Mountains, include two seasonal reservoirs, a spring, outstanding mountain views and good access. Perimeter fenced for horses or cattle, this ranch would be perfect for development or as a small ranch property with several building sites. $1,520,000. Contact Matt Johnston or Ron Morris.

Little Deer Creek Ranch Wyoming v Goshen County v Fort Laramie


Just south of historic Fort Laramie, these 5,525 acres have three and a half miles of spring-fed Deer Creek and Little Deer Creek traversing the property. Historically running 260 pair year-round, the ranch has excellent livestock water and a 125-acre pivot sprinkler. This ranch is priced to sell as an operating ranch with outstanding potential for mineral or wind development. $2,400,000. Contact Richard Peterson or Ron Morris. Co-listed with Properties Unlimited, Inc. Volume 38 Farm&Ranch West



Six miles from Glenwood Springs and an hour from Aspen and Vail, this ultimate lifestyle ranch is nestled in a pristine valley surrounded by over 2 million acres of White River National Forest and overlooks Sunlight Ski Area. The 1,135-acre ranch offers more of what you’ve been dreaming of: room to explore, ride, play, entertain and relax in the heart of the Colorado Rockies. This wonderland

Four Mile Creek Ranch

is adorned with magnificent views and teems with wildlife in an unspoiled natural habitat.

Colorado v Garfield County v Glenwood Springs

$19,500,000. Contact Billy Long or Ron Morris.


This unique and sophisticated ranch offers country living without isolation. The remarkable 190+-acre property in a highly sought-after equestrian area is within easy driving distance of San Diego and easy reach of Los Angeles. Citrus and avocado groves carpet the hillsides above the main house and surround very large machinery shed/garage facilities, a separate ranch office and two manager’s residences. Secure and replete with privacy, character and country beauty, yet easily

Bonsall Farm

accessible by car or train to urban amenities, this exceptional property is in magnificent condition.

California v San Diego County v Bonsall

$18,000,000. Contact Billy Long.


This is a rare opportunity to own an undivided 50% interest in one of western Colorado’s finest ranch properties, the historic Bell Ranch. Between Redstone and Paonia, with commanding





towering Ragged Mountains and Elk Mountain Range, the 800-acre ranch is surrounded on three sides by the Gunnison National Forest. Enjoy the ultimate ranching lifestyle without the normal challenges of ranch ownership. $4,000,000. Contact Billy Long or Ron Morris.

Bell Ranch Colorado v Delta County v Paonia

Shepardsbend on the Colorado River Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling








“Shepardsbend” was the prime fishing spot for the lodge operation and has some of the best flyfishing water available with over one and a half miles of the Colorado River providing countless numbers of large brown, cutthroat and rainbow trout. Two miles upstream from Kremmling and two hours northwest of Denver in the heart of sportsman country, Shepardsbend consists of 172 acres on both sides of the Colorado River. $2,280,000. Contact Ron Morris or Billy Long.


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Y-6 Ranch


Wyoming v Laramie County v Meriden

All in one contiguous block, this 24,750Âą-acre ranch/feedlot and farming operation has more than six miles of Horse Creek, 10 homes, a bunkhouse, cookhouse, classic old barn, lodge, recreation area with several garages, accessory buildings and an award-winning 6,000-head feedlot and mill operation. The ranch runs 1,000+ cow/calf pair or 3,500 yearling cattle. Offering 50% of valuable mineral and wind rights. $15,950,000. Contact Ron Morris.

Sunnyside Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Yampa

Big West Ranch Wyoming v Natrona County v Powder River


Between the towns of Casper and Kaycee, this outstanding grass ranch will carry over 1,000 animal units on 92,200 total acres. Several year-round and seasonal streams and creeks and


Between Vail and Steamboat Springs, this 954acre private ranch with spectacular scenic vistas and abundant wildlife is comprised of a large, very private basin and large open meadows surrounded by evergreen-covered ridges and aspen stands.

numerous springs and natural-flowing wells provide excellent stock water. This authentic working The ranch has been operated as a big game ranch has three houses, a cookhouse/bunkhouse, modern shop, large barn, several outbuildings hunting preserve, horseback recreation area and and three sets of working corrals. The diverse landscape of mountain foothills, grassy meadows,

winter recreation area for cross-country skiing

canyons, buttes and breaks provides ideal livestock protection and excellent wildlife habitat. and snowmobiling, all in conjunction with cattle grazing. $4,960,000. Contact Carl Luppens. $9,800,000. Contact Ron Morris or Casey Kemp.

Dumbell Ranch


Wyoming v Natrona County v Alcova

Between Casper and Rawlins, surrounding Independence Rock and next to Devils Gate, this ranch has 120,519 total acres and 10+ miles of Sweetwater River. Twenty-five miles long and five miles wide, this great working ranch along the historic Oregon/Morman Trail operates at 1,200 cow/calf pair. Territorial water rights provide enough water to irrigate 2,000+ acres. The ranch has five reservoirs and Beulah Lake. For the sportsman, there is trout fishing in the river, as well as hunting for elk, deer or antelope. $10,000,000. Contact Ron Morris or Matt Johnston. Volume 38 Farm&Ranch West


Royal Elk at Diamond Star Ranch Colorado v Eagle County v Vail


A part of the 10,400-acre Diamond Star Ranch, this 140-acre ranch retreat includes a

Big Creek Ranch

custom, 9,000-square-foot, six-bedroom home, guesthouse, caretaker’s apartment, two garages, outdoor pool, hot tub and private patio area.


Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

With fabulous views in every direction of the With privacy that is virtually impossible to duplicate and only 15 minutes from the popular Sawatch Mountain Range, it’s like having a ranch winter/summer resort of Steamboat Springs, the 5,034-deeded-acre ranch is nestled in a private without the work, just the fun. Amenities include valley with 85% of the perimeter boundary on national forest. Big Creek flows through the a




ranch for five miles, providing excellent fishing and abundant wildlife. The terrain ranges from

foot equestrian center, three and a half miles of mixed forest to open grass-covered parks with multiple elevation changes. A modern, Westernfishing on the Eagle River and unlimited outdoor style, 11,000-square-foot lodge, five additional houses, four utility buildings and a historic activities on the ranch or Vail Valley area. Contact 100-year-old barn complete this fabulous ranch with development potential. $59,500,000. Carl Luppens or Ron Morris for price and terms.

Contact Ron Morris or Billy Long.


In the upscale community of Castle Pines between Denver and Colorado Springs, this 52-acre equestrian estate is close to larger city amenities and minutes from the Country Club at Castle Pines, featuring a championship golf course and lodge. The gated entry leads to a 10,000-square-foot, French Country mansion with a double staircase, parlor, billiards room, library, study/office, four bedrooms and five fireplaces. Equestrian facilities include a

Castle Cliff Farm Colorado v Douglas County v Castle Pines

31-stall horse barn, outdoor arena, caretaker’s home, six turn-out pastures, hay storage, a tool shed and more. $10,700,000. Contact Billy Long or Ron Morris.

Split Rock Ranch Wyoming v Carbon, Fremont & Natrona Cos. Muddy Gap


In south central Wyoming between Casper and





production ranch has 12 miles of the Sweetwater River, diverse terrain, wildlife, wild horses and currently runs 2,400 cow/calf pair plus 600 yearlings. Includes three sets of improvements, four pivot sprinklers and six sets of working corrals. Livestock, equipment and helicopter also available. $14,000,000 or $7,000,000 for 50% interest. Contact Ron Morris or Matt Johnston.


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El Caso Ranch New Mexico v Catron County v Quemado


Surrounded by the Gila National Forest in western New Mexico, the 70,000-acre (3,250 deeded) property is a working cattle ranch with polo and roping arenas and outstanding hunting and fishing. This lifestyle ranch with development and investment potential features a well-designed main residence and guesthouse, nine pastures, three sets of working pens, store with gas station, boat marina, restaurant and bar and five private, spring-fed trout lakes. $9,825,000. Contact Ron Morris or Billy Long.


With over two miles of national forest boundary and situated between Estes Park, Longmont and Loveland, this 1,650-acre Front Range hunting ranch offers incredible privacy, wildlife and scenery. The ranch has views in every direction along with one spring, the north fork of the Little Thompson

Elk Haven Ranch Colorado v Larimer County v Loveland

River and Hell Canyon Creek. This could be purchased with Blue Mountain Park Ranch. $8,950,000. Contact Ron Morris.


Just north of Devils Tower National Monument and only two miles from Hulett, the 500-acre ranch has a variety of terrain: rim-rocked high flats, forested hills, open grass meadows and river bottom along the Belle Fourche River. Offering several springs and small seasonal creeks for excellent stock water, the ranch has several outstanding building sites with

Smith Ranch on the Belle Fourche River

views of Devils Tower, a ranch house and several outbuildings. $1,250,000. Contact Matt

Wyoming v Crook County v Hulett

Johnston or Ron Morris.

Trophy Mule Deer Hunting Ranch Nebraska v Dawes County v Crawford


In the beautiful Pine Ridge area of northwest Nebraska, these 1,420 timbered acres offer some of the finest high-fence hunting in North America. Operated as a full-service hunting ranch specializing in large mule deer, the ranch offers first-class accommodations in a modern, Westernstyle hunting lodge and abundant wildlife: elk, Rocky Mountain big horn sheep, Merriam turkey, spring pheasant and trout fishing. The fully furnished lodge with game animals is included. $1,625,000. Contact Ron Morris or Carl Luppens.

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Bear Ridge Ranch Colorado v Custer County v Westcliffe


Consisting of 202.82 acres of incredibly diverse and beautiful landscape, including evergreen forests, aspen groves and open meadows, this ranch offers end-of-the-road privacy and shares a boundary with San Isabel National Forest. The 6,900-square-foot custom home was designed and constructed with superior craftsmanship. Perfect for living and entertaining, especially in the cool mountain summer nights or crisp fall mornings, the ranch offers incredible views of the Sangre de Cristos and Wet Mountain Range from one of the many decks. Fenced pastures allow for horses and/or cattle. This very unique property has the comforts of a custom home, a diverse landscape, privacy, views and overall character. $3,200,000 Tom Roberts,

Sunny Valley Angus Ranch Colorado v Arapahoe County v Byers


Bisected by West Bijou Creek, this diversified farm and ranch operation of 5,260Âą acres (2,240 state lease) features 218Âą irrigated acres and 198 acres of dryland farm ground with the balance in dryland pasture and grassland. The ranch has long-term investment

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potential, lies just east of Denver and features

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improvements. $5,000,000. Contact John


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three homes and extensive farm and ranch Stratman.

B Bar K Ranch Colorado v Jefferson County v Evergreen


The B Bar K Ranch is near the historic town of Evergreen, west of Denver, in the majestic Rocky Mountains. The B Bar K encompasses 984 acres, of which half is hay meadows and pasture, and the balance is a mixture of pine, fir and aspen trees. The ranch is protected by a conservation easement that allows for additional primary residences and various supporting structures. A magnificent stone residence of just over 14,742 square feet includes nine bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a 23-seat theater, a 16-person hot tub, an exercise room, library and many other features. The world-class barn consists of 45,890 square feet under one roof, including heated arena with viewing room, 19 stalls with every imaginable equine amenity and a caretaker’s apartment. A nearby attraction is the world-famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Denver International Airport is just over an hour from the ranch, and two other jet-capable airports are 30 to 45 minutes away. Price available upon request. Contact Ted Schaal.

Pomotawh Ranch Colorado v Gunnison County v Carbondale/Crested Butte








Carbondale and Crested Butte, these 194 acres of irrigated meadow, pasture and wooded hillsides offer trout fishing along the one and a half miles of Anthracite Creek that flows through the ranch. Close proximity to the Gunnison National Forest and the West Elk Wilderness offers spectacular views of the Ragged Mountain Range and excellent hunting for large game, such as elk and deer. The well-improved ranch has a custom main home and three cabins. Previously operated as a horse operation, the ranch has many improvements, including a 15-stall barn, vet room, office building, shop (50' by 60'), hay barn, covered round corral and various shelters with attached outside pens. $4,400,000. Robb Van Pelt or Rue Balcomb.

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Crow Creek Ranch consists of 17,386 total acres (8,749 deeded). Set on Powder River, the ranch combines three historic ranches. Three sets of buildings exist: the main two modern sets lie within a mile of each other. Offering 880± acres of irrigated hay ground and owner-rated to run 650 pairs or more, Crow Creek Ranch is a large traditional ranching operation with tremendous water rights and availability in eastern Montana. The opportunity to acquire 27 sections over half of which is deeded bottom-ground producing abundant winter feed is a rare opportunity in this part of Montana. $8,500,000. Contact Dale Dumaw.

Crow Creek Ranch Montana v Powder River v Powderville


This contiguous farm operation totals 2,806 deeded acres plus 640 state lease acres (2,482 irrigated with 19 pivots). Crops include sugar beets, potatoes, beans, corn and wheat. The ranch features a recently remodeled home, shop, grain storage and excellent hunting. The seller is willing to consider a lease-

Nebraska Irrigated Farm

back of the farm operation $6,500,000. Contact John Stratman or Linda Niebur.

Nebraska v Sheridan County v Gordon







Cheyenne, these 1,720± acres include 1,480 deeded acres, 280 state leased acres and 80 BLM acres. Three-mile Creek, which winds its way through portions of the ranch, along with several springs, creates some lush, subirrigated meadows that provide abundant grazing and drinking water for wildlife and cattle. In addition to hunting and fishing, there

Three-Mile Creek Ranch Wyoming v Laramie County v Cheyenne

is plenty of land to horseback ride, hike, crosscountry ski, four-wheel and snowmobile in the winter. In the upper reaches of a secluded valley, a classic D-log cabin of about 650 square feet has a wood-burning stove, metal roof and beautiful views from the covered front porch. A horse barn and corral lie near the stream and meadow. $1,050,000. Contact Ted Schaal.

Mountain View Ranch


Colorado v Pueblo County v Pueblo

Offering gently rolling native grasses, cactus and cedar and pinion trees., this well-maintained, 245±acre ranch is named for the beautiful views of Pike’s Peak to the north, the Wet Mountains to the west and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the south. The eastern horizon encompasses Pueblo Reservoir,

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the night lights of Pueblo and Pueblo West and the Eastern Plains of Colorado. This location provides spectacular sunrises and sunsets. Antelope, mule deer and migrating elk are resident wildlife crossing the ranch. Improvements include a comfortable, Western, 1,820-square-foot home and a two-story barn (36' by 48'). $629,000. Contact Dale Dumaw.


Bordering the Flat Tops Wilderness Area, Wilderness Ranch is 2,300 pristine acres with expansive, top-of-the-world views surrounded by national forest and BLM lands. Bordered to the north by spectacular Deep Creek Canyon, the ranch controls the trail access to Deep Creek and its magnificent 1,500' to 2,000' canyon walls that harbor abundant wildlife and excellent fishing. Whether you desire a private

Wilderness Ranch

trophy hunting ranch, a large land development opportunity or a high-end resort development,

Colorado v Garfield County v Dotsero

this ranch has all-encompassing potential and

is worlds away in terms of privacy, yet convenient to I-70, the Eagle/Vail airport, Glenwood Springs and world-class skiing at Vail, Beaver Creek and Aspen. $12,000,000. Contact Rue Balcomb or Robb Van Pelt.


This stunning and luxurious mountain retreat in the heart of the Roaring Fork Valley is not far from Aspen. This elegant mountain home, guest home, caretaker’s home and horse facility sit on 102 acres, just minutes from Carbondale. The fastidiously detailed, 9,000-square-foot custom home has been sited to take full advantage of the spectacular Mt. Sopris view. Only the finest components and craftsmanship have been employed in the construction, from extensive stonework and old barn-wood beams, to programmable light-touch electrical and geo-thermal heating

Cedar Ridge Ranch Colorado v Garfield County v Carbondale

and cooling systems. Other special touches include a private courtyard and heated spa/pool. Ranch improvements include a 20-stall barn with indoor arena, paddocks, two outdoor arenas and water rights. $8,950,000. Contact Rue Balcomb or Robb Van Pelt.


Kansas Dryland Farm Tracts


Kansas v Sherman County v Goodland

In northwestern Kansas, not far from I-70 and in an area known as the “Pheasant Capital of the World,” this prime farmland consists of 9,540 acres of dry cropland in multiple parcels. The land is leased to progressive area farmers, making

Albany Lodge

this a simple, straight-forward investment of

Wyoming v Albany County v Albany

Broker/Owner. Contact John Stratman.


quality farmland. From $900 to $1,350 per acre.

Albany Lodge offers a tremendous ongoing mountain recreation business with quality improvements and excellent location in the Snowy Range Mountains. The business caters to motor sports enthusiasts office/shop, rental storage, bunkhouse, three homes, cabins and a storage barn. If you desire a

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lifestyle change and want to work in the mountains or simply own a good business investment,

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and has an excellent and very profitable track record. The property includes a lodge, motel, rental

consider Albany Lodge. $2,700,000. Contact John Stratman. Volume 38 Farm&Ranch West



Deer Valley Guest Ranch, one of the longest

Deer Valley Ranch

running and most successful “dude and guest” ranches in the western United States, consists

Colorado v Chaffee County v Nathrop

of four parcels totaling 132± acres. Chalk Creek, which runs through a portion of the ranch, and a 7-acre pond provide excellent fishing. Extensive improvements include the lodge with 10 guest rooms, a large dining room and lounge, 15 guest cabins, spacious meeting hall, office, gift shop, two hot spring-fed swimming pools, a bathhouse, two hot tubs and a dry sauna. In addition, there

is employee housing, a horse barn with tack room and hay storage. In the Rocky Mountains, in an area of pristine and stunning beauty, the ranch offers varied and spectacular views. $8,750,000. Contact Ted Schaal.


Blue Mesa Ranch consists of 315 acres with three 5-acre improved tracts and nine 35-acre unimproved tracts on the north side of Blue Mesa Reservoir. The ranch, which fronts U.S. Highway 50 and is partially surrounded by BLM lands with unlimited access to national forest and wilderness area, offers a variety of opportunities unavailable anywhere else in the area. Water rights owned by the ranch are significant and, together with storage rights,

Blue Mesa Ranch

provide considerable value for development, potential transfer for other uses or mitigation

Colorado v Gunnison County v Gunnison

purposes. Blue Mesa Ranch is well improved

with three modern custom homes and a caretaker’s quarters, barns, sheds, outdoor riding arenas, a pump and storage houses. The well-fenced property has significant wildlife and hunting characteristics. $6,000,000. Contact John Stratman.

Jewel of the San Juans Colorado v Hinsdale County v Lake City


Rarely do we say that a property is so spectacular, that upon seeing it, it will take your breath away. This is the case with “The Jewel.” This majestic, private location lies at the end of the road, almost completely surrounded by the Gunnison National Forest. The towering 13,000' and 14,000' peaks make these 30 acres seem like 30,000. Two private fly-fishing streams settle into the dance of one mountain stream as it carries its sounds past the magnificent 5,500-squarefoot home. Merely walk out your front door for unrivaled recreational opportunities, or relax on one of the patios overlooking the creek and enjoy the sight of wildlife grazing the meadows. $5,500,000. Contact John Stratman.


A rare find along the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, these 140± acres are composed of several ridges and valleys and untouched, distinctive native land. It can be developed as an exclusive rural sanctuary restricted to a limited number of homesites or a spectacular trophy residence and private ranch. In the past, a small number of cattle or bison were run on the acreage. Fenced and cross-fenced, a property like the Sanctuary Ridge Ranch rarely exists within this proximity to the Front Range Colorado

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communities. It offers a very pristine, yet private retreat for one or a few exclusive individuals. $1,692,000.




Sanctuary Ridge Ranch Colorado v Larimer Co. v Berthoud


One of the last remaining large, multigenerational, family-owned ranches in Jefferson County, Centaur Ranch consists of 455.76 contiguous acres nestled in the foothills west of Denver, at an elevation of 7,200 feet, just off of Highway 73 in Evergreen. Ponderosa pine forests and aspen-laden hillsides interspersed with grass hay meadows are excellent elk and deer habitat. In cooperation with Jefferson

Centaur Mountain Ranch

County and the Mountain Area Land Trust, a rural cluster plan was created to preserve the natural beauty of the ranch while providing 26

Colorado v Jefferson County v Evergreen

5-acre lots with established building envelopes. Enjoy views of Longs Peak and Mount Evans. This is a special opportunity to own a large mountain acreage with an upside in future development. $15,000,000. Contact Rue Balcomb, Robb Van Pelt or Ted Schaal.

Diamond K Ranch Wyoming v Laramie County v Pine Bluffs


A productive cattle and hay ranch 35 miles east of Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Diamond K Ranch consists of 1,600 acres including 400 acres of irrigated grass and hay land and 780 acres of CRP cropland. The ranch has an excellent, complete set of improvements with two homes, a hunting cabin, metal shop, barn and more. The ranch lies in a scenic area of the tree-covered Pine Bluff area and includes pine trees and wildlife opportunities. Offering wind generation potential, the ranch has excellent location and is served by a paved county road seven miles from Interstate 80. $2,250,000. Contact John Stratman.

Sunset Ridge Ranch Colorado v El Paso County v Elbert


A private tree-covered property with spectacular mountain views, sunsets and an ecologically diverse environment, this ranch has 220 acres of robust, healthy pine trees, rock outcroppings and lush meadows. Improvements include a spectacular 4,900-square-foot, custom, stonesided, frame home with three bedrooms and three and a half baths, plus a full complement of outbuildings. The eastern portion contains a 40Âą-acre hay field with top-quality grass hay. Fenced and cross-fenced for rotational grazing, developed and approved by the Natural Resources Conservation Service, the

Higby-Mosca Ranch

ranch is easily accessible to Colorado Springs

Colorado v Huerfano County v Gardner

an exceptional equestrian facility or private


or Denver. Sunset Ridge Ranch would make

The Higby-Mosca Ranch is comprised of three very diverse parcels. The 911-acre Higby Parcel retreat. John Stratman or Linda Niebur. includes 450 irrigated acres. The Huerfano River runs for about one mile and provides some very good fly-fishing. Improvements include a three-bedroom, two-bath adobe home with a state-of-theart commercial kitchen; all cattle working facilities; metal workshop/storage (100' by 50'), 12-car garage and a three-bedroom employee home. The mountainous Mosca Parcel has 5,040Âą0 deeded and conifer and excellent elk hunting. The Cottonsack Parcel has 320 deeded acres, 1,520 BLM acres

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and excellent deer hunting. Higby Parcel: $3,850,000; Mosca Parcel: $7,350,000; Cottonsack Parcel:

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acres and 1,360 state and BLM acres. Mosca is a combination of open rangeland with areas of aspen

$450,000. Total package: $9,950,000. Contact Ted Schaal. Volume 38 Farm&Ranch West


BEST WEST of the

Bear Mountain Ranch

Colorado v Archuleta Co. v Pagosa Springs


rom the earliest days of the Ute Indians, Pagosa Springs was known as a place to

relax and unwind. Over the years, the area became famous as the world’s largest mineral outflow, with the natural springs attracting a worldwide audience. In a beautiful mountain valley, sportsmen and tourists have also known the secret of this magical place. So popular is this area with tourists that over half the local properties are owned by seasonal owners. Here you’ll find the spectacular Bear Mountain Ranch. Sitting at the end of the road behind locked gates, the 124±-acre ranch is highlighted by the magnificent 9,808±-square-foot owner’s lodge. The home features every possible luxury such as indoor koi ponds, a media room, elevator, wine cellar, art galleries, full-sized bar, hobby rooms and 3,600± square feet of covered decks. The views of the surrounding San Juan National Forest are truly spectacular. Constructed of the finest materials, the cavernous entry and


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adjoining living area must be seen with its massive log supports. The nearby guest lodge/business center was constructed as an Old West town, complete with an old-fashioned saloon with stage, full-sized bar, tin ceilings and period piano. This section offers three bedrooms and a two-car garage. One end of this complex has an executive suite of offices and an industrial machine shop with roll-up doors and heavy-duty power and a full wood working shop. The other end of the complex offers a massive indoor storage area. $8,250,000. Showings are available to qualified buyers. Call Ed Kirkland or Karen McAnally. v

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D Bar T Ranch Colorado v Rio Blanco County v Meeker


With deeded access from the nearby highway, this remarkable 429±-acre ranch sits along the banks of the beautiful White River. Combined with all the comforts of the newer-built and impressive owner’s lodge, the ranch was designed for both cattle and recreation and currently produces a good tonnage of hay with 8.25 cfs of water. They also run a number of cattle, and the property adjoins 2,000± BLM lease acres maintained by the owner as grazing pasture and hunting grounds. The owners built a cute, newer-built hunting cabin. Whether a fishing/hunting paradise or a cattle/hay operation, this property delivers. $2,500,000. Sam Faris and Chia Valdez, 800 754-0544.

Spring Canyon Ranch

Rio Grande Fishing Retreat

Colorado v Huerfano County v Aguilar


West of the small town of Aguilar in southern Colorado,





Colorado v Mineral County v Creede


In southwest Colorado near Creede, this spectacular 3,500±-square-foot home and four-stall barn and sit on 128± acres in a lush valley. The property offers the finest quality and has been meticulously unbeatable recreational opportunities. A trophy maintained. Offering about half a mile of both sides of the Rio Grande River, a finer property offers




3,900±-square-foot, post-and-beam main house cannot be found. National magazines have declared Creede one of the best places to live in has all the finest amenities and is exceedingly America and the Rio Grande perhaps the best fly-fishing river! $3,980,000. Additionally, we have sharp. There is also a new barn, foreman’s cabin a nearby, one-of-a-kind 160±-acre Weminuche Wilderness inholding. It features historic beauty and the historic Spring Canyon School, which and is surrounded by property that will be protected forever. $2,400,000. Gary Pearson and was renovated and is now used as a bunkhouse. Nancy Duetsch, 970 641-0544. Hunting is a prime function of the ranch, and the


Two and a half hours from Denver and about

owner’s operate a commercial operation for elk,

an hour from skiing at Steamboat Springs, these

mountain lion, deer and turkey. $1,390,000. Ed

2,680± acres offer prime grazing land with the

Kirkland and Karen McAnally, 719 742-3605.

Canadian River flowing through it and spectacular surrounding




homestead-era water rights go with the ranch, providing the opportunity for pond development.

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Five Miles of River Colorado v Jackson County v Walden

The property has year-round highway access and lies only five miles from town where all services, including





$950,000. Jack Kavanaugh, 303 909-1706.


This one-of-a-kind 320±-acre ranch offers an authentic reproduction of an 1880s Old West town. Nestled in a beautiful horseshoeshaped rim-rock valley in the mountains of south central Colorado that adjoins the Rio Grande National Forest, the ranch is wellsuited to run as a guest/dude ranch, cattle operation, church or kids camp, corporate retreat or trophy recreational property. It includes a spectacular owner’s home with 15 Old West buildings, including a saloon, boarding house, general store, church and museum. $7,500,000. Gary Pearson, 970 6410544 or Jean Cavanaugh, 719 395-5360.

Old Cow Town Ranch Colorado v Saguache County v Saguache

Rito Oso Ranch


Colorado v Huerfano County v Red Wing

Arguably one of the most beautiful ranches in Colorado, the Rito Oso Ranch sits in a lush valley with nearly one and a half miles of the Huerfano River flowing through. The property could be

J Bar J Ranch

used as a cattle operation or recreational ranch. The cattle facilities are second-to-none and feature Wyoming v Carbon County v Saratoga equipment and calving sheds, paddocks, corrals and sorting chutes. This turn-key operation just This recreational retreat is pure Wyoming at


needs the cattle. For recreational uses, there is an impressive cedar Lindal home with a great view its best! At the end of the road behind a locked deck. There is also a manager’s residence. With good water rights, the ranch produces a good gate, the property offers privacy, yet convenient tonnage of grass hay. $2,450,000. Paul Machmuller and Bob Pierotti, 719 742-3605.

access to one of Wyoming’s most popular tourist destinations. Fully fenced, the 160±-acre ranch features a lush mid-section where a year-round creek flows through the property and empties into a 1±-acre private trout pond. Improvements include a fully restored log cookhouse, restored bunkhouse and a newer-built owner’s cabin. The cabins overlook a peaceful picnic area in a mature aspen stand next to a beaver pond. Wildlife includes deer, elk, moose, antelope and bear. $1,500,000. Chia Valdez, 307 220-8660.

Bryant Farm

Co-listed with Century 21 Cornerstone.

Wyoming v Fremont County v Riverton


North of Riverton, in an excellent farming community, Bryant Farm is comprised of 2,530± deeded acres; 980± acres are irrigated and the balance is rangeland. Improvements include five center pivots that irrigate 660 acres; a 600-head feedlot with extensive natural cover and facilities for processing cattle, two homes and a shop for equipment. Much of the farm is currently in alfalfa

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production. Price reduced to $1,900,000. Offered by Fuller Western Real Estate of Wyoming,

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Thunder Ranch Utah v Uintah County v Jensen


Along the Utah/Colorado border, adjoining Dinosaur National Monument and five miles of the Green River, lies an unrivaled trophy hunting property and major hay producing ranch at the base of Split Mountain. This 36,200±-acre ranch has an incredible diversity of wildlife: elk, mule deer, antelope, wild turkey, waterfowl and sandhill crane. The headquarters unit in Jensen, with 2,000+ acres of lush irrigated hay fields, serves as an oasis and private reserve, attracting game from miles around. With historic water rights (40+ cfs), the area is also steeped in ancient history with numerous caves, petroglyphs and fossils found nearby. This ranch is truly a remarkable and rare combination of world-class hunting, recreation, significant farm income, cattle operation, history and scenic landscapes, all within 15 minutes of a commercial jet airport and the other amenities of Vernal, Utah. $16,200,000. Contact Ken Mirr or Jeff Hubbard.

Mantle Ranch Colorado v Moffat County v Dinosaur


In northwestern Colorado, Mantle Ranch is a private, pristine ranch surrounded by the 225,000acre Dinosaur National Monument. A treasured and rare inholding, Mantle Ranch is an ecological, cultural and geological jewel in an astonishingly beautiful and serene river corridor with thousand-foot-high yellow and red sandstone canyon walls carved by the wild and free-flowing Yampa River. The land is replete with recreational and cultural resources, including petroglyphs and other ancient Native American art, fossils, trophy elk and mule deer hunting and white water

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adventures. The 525 deeded acres include a restored log home, bunkhouse, barn and corrals within the Yampa River Canyon beneath Castle Rock. The ranch offers a 30,000±-acre federal “grazing right” that runs some 17 miles east-west and six to seven miles north-south along the Yampa River and the surrounding Yampa Bench. $7,500,000. Contact Ken Mirr.

Gould Ranch & Sheep Creek Ranch


Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

Bordered by national forest and BLM lands, this property comes complete with a luxurious log home, authentic Western town and wonderful views of the Gore Range and Continental Divide. Sheep Creek meanders through the ranch, while irrigated hay meadows, aspen groves, a spectacular waterfall and several ponds sprawl throughout the valley. Water rights are included. Perfect for the hunter, fisherman and equestrian enthusiast, the property is also part of the Grand River Ranch, offering many additional amenities. Only two hours from Denver and 45 minutes from Steamboat Springs, this ranch can be split. $6,750,000 to $25,000,000. Contact Ken Mirr.

Cuchara Valley Ranch


Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta

The historic Cuchara Valley Ranch lies at the base of the Spanish Peaks in southern Colorado. With the trout-rich Cucharas River and three additional creeks, this 4,717Âą-acre ranch includes lush irrigated meadows, cottonwood-lined rivers and creeks and oak brush, aspen, pine and fir trees in the higher elevations. The property has unique geologic Dakota sandstone walls and lava dikes, a waterfall and rustic cabin in Chaparral Creek, seven miles of San Isabel National Forest boundary and private trails leading to the Spanish Peaks Wilderness Area. The ranch sits along the Highway of Legends Scenic Byway. $12,000,000. Contact Ken Mirr.

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Robinson Canyon Ranch Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo


Robinson Canyon Ranch is truly an incredible end-of-the-road ranch/retreat with towering vistas, seclusion and world-class hunting and fishing opportunities. The 3,664±-acre ranch is nestled at the base of Robinson Canyon, a prominent geologic feature of the Big Horn Mountains. Mature cottonwoods line the Middle Fork of Crazy Woman Creek, an outstanding wild trout fishery. Ponderosa pine forests dominate the canyon and slopes reaching upward from the quaint log cabin residence. The hunting enthusiast will enjoy unparalleled big-game hunting for elk, mule deer, whitetail deer and pronghorn. $8,900,000. Contact Duffy Brown or Ken Mirr.

Wilson Creek Ranch Colorado v Moffat County v Meeker

Redlands Mesa Ranch Colorado v Delta County v Hotchkiss


Elk and mule deer abound on and around the 423-acre Wilson Creek Ranch in Moffat County. The owners have harvested 20+ bull elk and five to 10 mule deer bucks per year on the property and

the surrounding 1,200± acres of BLM leased land. Over a mile of Wilson Creek runs through the High on the Redlands Mesa, above the town of middle of the property, supplying the ranch with plenty of water for irrigation, stock and wildlife. Hotchkiss in western Colorado, the 123-acre Two comfortable homes total eight bedrooms and five and a half baths. Just 30 minutes from Meeker,


Redlands Mesa Ranch offers impressive vistas of Colorado and only four hours from Denver, this property would make a wonderful family mountain Grand Mesa, the Uncompahgre Plateau and the and hunting retreat. $1,490,000. Contact Jeff Hubbard or Pat Lancaster. West Elk Wilderness. The ranch has a beautifully


remodeled 4,200-square-foot house, newly

The ranch is a wonderful 520-acre sporting

constructed shop building and a large steel

retreat with approximately one mile of both

barn with separate office and living quarters.

sides of the Huerfano River and 1.2 miles

Included are 127 shares of the Overland Ditch

of Manzanares Creek in Huerfano County.

and Reservoir Company, which irrigate 50±

The property is within the headwaters of the

acres. $2,000,000. Contact Mac McWhorter or

Huerfano River and offers excellent fishing for

Chris Rebhun.

brown, rainbow and brook trout. Near the foot of three 14,000-foot peaks of the Sangres de Cristo Mountains and close to wilderness and the Great Sand Dunes National Park, the ranch offers a multitude of recreational offerings. The property is also within a prized hunting unit and offers excellent elk and mule deer hunting

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Manzanares Creek Ranch Colorado v Huerfano Co. v Red Wing

on the ranch and adjoining public lands. This is a great investment opportunity and is well priced with its river, creeks and sporting attributes. $1,300,000. Contact Ken Mirr.


Offering fabulous big game and bird hunting in the Book Cliffs of east-central Utah, this 5,902±-acre, aspen-covered mountain ranch harbors a great diversity of western wildlife. The current owners participate in Utah’s CWMU program. Through this program, the owners receive three to four bull elk and seven buck deer tags that are fully transferable. There are numerous creeks, drainages and springs with year-round water on the property, as

Penta Creek Ranch

well as a beautiful 70-acre lake. $6,000,000. Contact Jeff Hubbard or Pat Lancaster.

Utah v Carbon County v Sunnyside

Johnson Sheep Mountain Ranch Wyoming v Platte County v Wheatland

Three hours from Denver, this unique, 3,500+-acre, diversified sporting ranch in the Laramie

Pikes Peak Sporting Retreat

Mountains west of Wheatland offers fly-fishing along private stretches of the North Laramie

Colorado v Park County v Lake George



River and world-class hunting for mule deer and elk. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department An incredible sporting ranch near the banks of designated the ranch as “crucial winter habitat” for big horn sheep and mule deer and “optimal the fabled Dream Stream of the South Platte River, year-long winter range” for elk, mule deer and big horn sheep. Varied Western topography with rolling grassy hillsides, river bottom, steep canyon walls and rocky hillsides coupled with excellent access gives this property unprecedented value. $4,200,000. Contact Ken Mirr.

this 1,000±-acre ranch has its own prolific fishery in the spring-fed ponds and creeks that meander through the property. Trophy hunting for elk and deer can be found on the ranch and the adjoining


Red Fork Mountain Camp (RFMC) lies in

Pike National Forest. A 6,800-square-foot timber/

the high county of the Big Horn Mountain

rock main home with large covered deck offers

Range in north-central Wyoming, home of

views of Pikes Peak and the Continental Divide,

some of the finest big-game hunting in the

and an additional Victorian home is nestled

Intermountain West. RFMC is 1,300± deeded

next to the fishing ponds, barn and historic

acres and borders thousands of acres of federal

homestead. $4,200,000. Contact Ken Mirr.

and state lands, which are otherwise limited in access. Enjoy incredible opportunities for big-game hunting, including trophy elk, mule deer and limited pronghorn. The Red Fork of the Powder River runs for approximately one mile through the property, providing anglers with fast fishing action for brown, brook and for a hunting/fishing camp or cow camp.

Red Fork Mountain Camp

$1,500,000. Contact Duffy Brown or Ken Mirr.

Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo

rainbow trout. A small rustic cabin is suitable

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BEST WEST of the

The Bell Ranch 290,100 Deeded Acres


New Mexico v San Miguel County v Tucumcari

nly three or four times in every century does one of America’s genuinely iconic cattle ranches become available for purchase. The magnificent

and absolutely singular Bell Ranch—encompassing 290,100 deeded acres—is such a holding and may very well be the only opportunity to purchase nearly 300,000 acres of land in one stroke for the balance of this century. The Bell was granted to Pablo Montoya by Mexico in 1824—almost 656,000 acres of vast, colorful and productive grassland in the desirable northeastern quadrant of New Mexico. The Montoya Grant was confirmed by a specific Act of Congress in 1869. The Bell’s renowned single-iron brand was recorded in 1875. This enormous block of land has successfully supported healthy cattle herds for 186 years. In 1947, the ranch was split into six huge tracts. An adventurous Mrs. Harriet E. Keeney from Connecticut


and one iron! Lane now owned the northern and most desirable part of Don Pablo’s holdings—44% of the 1824 Grant.

bought the Headquarters Unit (130,855 acres surrounding

Bill Lane spent lengthy periods of time at The Bell

the bewitching Bell Mesa). This core holding was turned over

thoroughly enjoying its remarkable ambience, extra-

to George F. Ellis. As general manager, he implemented the

ordinary quality of light and unbridled freedom of spirit.

first 205-day performance testing protocols on an expansive

He especially enjoyed working alongside Manager Don

Western ranch and led The Bell into national prominence.

Hofman and the cowboys.

In 1970, William M. Lane, a vigorous businessman from

Jeff Lane absorbed his father’s enthusiasm for The Bell and

Chicago, bought the Keeney Tract and immediately launched

shortly after college graduation in 1974, he brought his bride

an extraordinary effort to reassemble as much of The Bell as

to this huge empire. Jeff became immersed in developing a

possible. By 1974, he had 290,100 acres back under one fence

composite seed-stock herd which significantly influenced

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the quality of The Bell’s large commercial cattle

2,900-square-foot guesthouse for enjoyment

high-capacity owner a singular opportunity to

herd. Since his untimely passing in 2007, the

of good warm water fishing and water

engage in one of America’s most important

knowledgeable stewardship of Bert Ancell—

sports; good antelope and turkey hunting;

and admired industries.

who has been on the ranch for 41 years—

populations of mule deer, Barbary sheep,

A large part of the bargain will be

provides solid stability often difficult to find in

black bear, cougar, blue quail, dove and

enjoyment of a wonderful, historic Western

the beef industry today.

some elk recently appearing; and endless and

lifestyle along with escape from the pressures

The Bell possesses strong resources for

unsullied landscapes to explore, including

of success into an inspiring private world of

successful entrance or expansion in the cattle

Mule Canyon, an awesome six-mile-long

timeless natural grandeur.


spring canyon—just one of many stunning




deeded acres (no federal or state land); 14 to


15 inches annual precipitation; ideal elevation

453-square-mile kingdom.





from 4,300 to 5,600 feet; a broad spectrum of

The Bell is a first-rate cattle ranch and world-

high-protein cool and warm season grasses

class investment offering its next visionary and

The Bell Ranch was previously offered at $440 per acre. Recognizing current global economic conditions, the price has now been reduced by 35% to $83,000,000 with all seller-owned mineral rights included. v

provide year-round forage; 116 wells and windmills, 90 miles of pipeline and 206 stock tanks; superb cattle-handling facilities at 14 locations and good fencing; calf shipping weights at 500 pounds; and a comfortable carrying capacity for 5,000 animal units. Other




this singular land investment opportunity include an authentic headquarters listed on The National Register of Historic Places in 1974; six cow camps, each with good homes; a 10,000-square-foot, eight-bedroom hacienda with classic estancia architecture; and an 8,000' maintained dirt runway with a hangar, fuel storage and partial night lighting. The Bell also offers enjoyable recreational amenities, including 18 miles of Conchas Lake frontage complemented by a comfortable

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Crandall Creek Ranch Utah v Summit County v Oakley


This wonderful block of land encompasses about 5,340 acres of northern Utah’s most beautiful mountain land, only a 40-minute drive from Salt Lake City. Excellent numbers of big game and wildlife are harbored in large stands of quaking aspen, spruce and alpine fir. Crandall Creek Ranch borders Rockport Lake State Park and is very close to the Weber River’s wonderful trout fishery. Water rights are in place for 74 acre-feet of water. Zoning allows 49 homesites—because of its natural beauty and development value, the ranch has excellent potential for a conservation easement. No finer opportunity remains to own

a more attractive and significant holding so close to Park City’s amenities. This ranch possesses every element for a genuine legacy investment. Offering Price Reduced 33% from $12,250,000 to $8,200,000 Cash. Please Call Patrick Bates at 800 819-9920 or 801 560-4259.

Diamond T Ranch


Idaho v Bannock County v Downey

This highly productive ranch will comfortably carry





Comprised of 1,185 acres under irrigation, 830 acres of dry farmland, 2,560 acres of improved rangeland, 1,340 acres of native range and two excellent summer grazing permits (900 pairs for 4.5 months), this ranch is complemented by some of the best modern cattle-handling facilities found on any commercial cattle ranch in the Rocky Mountain West today, along with plenty of grain storage. In addition to shipping 630 to 700-pound calves every Fall, the Diamond T harvests 100,000± bushels of wheat and barley and sells 1,500± tons of good-quality alfalfa hay annually. $6,855,450 Cash. Please Call Sam Sanders or Patrick Bates at 800 819-9920.

Springhill Ranch Montana v Pondera County v Depuyer


The Springhill Ranch is five miles east of Walling Reef, a notable land form in the Rocky Mountain Front Range. This majestic panorama of rugged limestone peaks, sheer walls, protruding reefs and deeply cut canyons provides one of North America’s most spectacular viewscapes. This 4,190-

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acre block of deeded land operates as a working cattle ranch running about 250 animal units year round. The ranch controls solid water rights out of Sheep Creek, which meanders through for about two miles and affords good willow cover for wildlife and ample opportunity for intimate small stream fishing. Dupuyer Creek runs along the far southern boundary for about a quartermile, also providing additional wildlife and trout habitat. The improvements are modest but well

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kept. Available for the first time in over 35 years, Springhill Ranch possesses great potential

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for a conservation easement should this concept appeal to the next owner. Offered at under

Bozeman, Montana

$950 per deeded acre, this beautiful place is a must see for conservation-minded buyers or those

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desiring to enter the cattle business on a smaller scale while owning an enjoyable long-term land


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investment. $3,850,000 Cash. Please Call Michael Swan at 866 999-7342 or 406 570-4897.


Approximately 25 miles southwest of Laramie, just off U.S. Highway 230, the ranch has 550± deeded, pristine, mountain valley acres, 3,000± BLM acres on the north face of Jelm Mountain (415 AUMs), 400 State of Wyoming lease acres and over a mile of blue ribbon flyfishing on the majestic, cottonwood-lined Big Laramie River. The property features good access with power nearby, territorial water rights (1877), priority #4 on the Big Laramie River for 1.14 CFS, 40± acres of hay meadow, a registered spring on Jelm Mountain and

Mountain Meadow Ranch Real Estate Auction

Wyoming v Albany County v Laramie

abundant wildlife: elk, mule and whitetail deer, antelope, bear, lion, duck and moose. Mountain Meadow Ranch is available in three parcels or as a single unit. Parcel 1: 160± deeded acres with 160± State of Wyoming lease acres. This parcel will have over a half-

mile of Big Laramie River, offering a number of excellent homesites. Parcel 2: 240± deeded acres with 240± State of Wyoming lease acres. This parcel has over a half-mile of the Big Laramie River and many of excellent homesites. Parcel 3: 150± deeded acres with 3,000+ BLM acres (415 AUMs). This parcel has a registered spring and numerous excellent homesites. There will be a 2% buyer’s premium. For additional information, terms and conditions, contact Mark McNamee at 307 760-9510. Listed with Duane Toro Real Estate; contact Bob Davis at 307 760-5550 or 307 742-2070. Auction Information: Thursday, April 29, 2010 at 1:00 PM; Hampton Inn, 3715 E. Grand, Laramie, Wyoming.

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Nestled at the foot of Laramie Peak, south of Douglas, Wyoming, the ranch boasts breathtaking scenic beauty and excellent livestock grazing land. It has 2,227 deeded acres, 320 State of Wyoming lease acres and 4,580 acres of Forest Service permits for a total of 7,127± acres. The Forest Service permits encompass one side of Laramie Peak up to its summit. Historically, the ranch has been used to graze 310± cow/calf pairs from July 1st to October each year. Four streams provide live water for fishing, wildlife and livestock. Elk, deer, antelope, bighorn sheep, mountain lion, coyote and bobcat provide a multitude of exciting

Laramie Peak Ranch

opportunities for wildlife viewing, photography and hunting. Reduced to $2,870,000. Scott Leach,

Wyoming v Converse County v Esterbrook

307 331-9095 or Cory Clark, 307 334-2025.

Wyoming Sunrise Ranch

Green Valley Ranch Wyoming v Platte Co. v Wheatland







Wheatland, this well-balanced, highly productive, irrigated ranch consists of 269± acres with 266± acres of Wheatland Irrigation District water rights. There are 120 acres irrigated with a lowpressure, electric center pivot with the balance of


Wyoming v Niobrara County v Lusk

This very productive, 2,748±-deeded-acre farm/ranch 13 miles northeast of Lusk is owner-rated at 250 cow/calf pairs year-round. Three low-pressure center pivots irrigate 355 acres. Permits are granted for two additional irrigation wells. The ranch has 100 acres of dryland hay ground and ample water provided by six wells, four windmills and two miles of underground pipeline running to 28 stock tanks. There are sets of improvements with three residences. Owner financing is available. Reduced to $1,750,000. Cory Clark, 307 334-2025.

the irrigated land being either flood-irrigated or sub-irrigated pasture. There is a short stretch of live water off Rock Creek, a spring-fed pond, two catch ponds for irrigation and two stock wells. Enjoy tremendous views of the Cooney Hills and Squaw Mountain, paved road access and power to the property. Priced below recent appraisal at $659,000. Mark McNamee, 307 760-9510.

Jordan Ranch Nebraska v Sioux County v Harrison


Located 22 miles north of Harrison, this highly productive, low-maintenance, contiguous grass ranch consists of 3,200 deeded acres, 3,520 National Grassland acres and 640 State of Nebraska lease acres

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for a total of 7,360± acres. With an owner-rated carrying capacity of 225± cow/calf pairs, the ranch is well watered by two pipelines with tire tanks and float systems and numerous reservoirs and seasonal creeks. The ranch has 300± acres of irrigated hay ground watered from two irrigation reservoirs.

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Antelope Creek provides seasonal water. This is a great opportunity to purchase some of the best grass

in all of western Nebraska with minimal improvements. $1,195,000. Mark McNamee, 307 760-9510.

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Southeast of Story, on U.S. Highway 193, this picturesque property consists of 900± deeded acres and 160 State of Wyoming lease acres for a total of 1,060± acres. Piney Creek

Piney Creek Ranch Wyoming v Sheridan & Johnson Counties v Story

offers excellent fishing opportunities as it traverses the western to eastern boundaries for approximately one and a half miles. In addition, the property’s natural beauty and scenic views of the Big Horn Mountains and Lake DeSmet provide abundant opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts and sportsmen alike. The diverse topography and tree and brush cover provide excellent habitat for mule and whitetail deer, elk, antelope, upland birds and wild turkey. Reduced to $5,400,000. Cory Clark, 307 334-2025.

Seven Mile Creek Ranch


Wyoming v Goshen County v Jay Em

Located 24 miles north of Lingle, Wyoming, these 10,696 acres include 10,176 deeded acres,

Three Iron Ranch Montana v Carter County v Ekalaka


This traditional cattle ranch consists of 10,866±

total acres 35± miles southeast of Ekalaka: 400 State of Wyoming lease acres and 120 BLM acres. Seven miles of year-round live water, three 4,656 deeded acres, 640 state lease acres, 70 miles of underground pipeline along with nine working windmills and six wells with submersible BLM lease acres and 5,500± acres Forest Service

pumps throughout the ranch provide excellent water for livestock and wildlife. Owner-rated at lease for a summer grazing permit in the Custer 475 animal units year-round, the ranch has two sets of building improvements and an annual CSP National Forest. Offering 350 acres hay ground, payment of $40,000 for the next five years. Reduced to $4,600,000. Cory Clark, 307 334-2025.

the ranch has a carrying capacity owner-rated at 325 cow/calf pairs year-round. Wells, windmills, springs, reservoirs and several year-round creeks with miles of natural protection provide ample water throughout the ranch. There is a nice set of improvements and abundant wildlife: trophy whitetail and mule deer, a resident elk herd, wild turkey and upland game birds. $3,000,000. Denver Gilbert, 406 697-3961 or Cory Clark,

Yellowstone River Ranch

307 334-2025.

Montana v Rosebud County v Forsyth


Approximately five miles east of Forsyth and lying along three-quarters of a mile of the Yellowstone River are 1,201± acres of extraordinarily diverse sporting property. The 876.29 deeded acres consist of 93.3 irrigated acres, 358.3 CRP acres, 15.5 dryland crop acres and 409.19 range and riparian acres. There are 324.83 State of Montana lease acres with 19.9 irrigated acres, 142.9 dryland crop acres and 162.03 range and riparian acres. This ideal sportsman’s paradise has prime habitat for mule and whitetail deer, antelope and excellent upland bird and waterfowl. Reduced to $1,595,000. Denver Gilbert, 406 697-3961 or Cory Clark, 307 334-2025.

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A rare Pitkin County opportunity for privacy, elbowroom and—because of the numerous underlying lots and sizeable approved FAR—a flexible blend of conservation development. This luxurious 813-acre sporting retreat is the largest, closest-to-Aspen ranch in the Roaring Fork Valley. Aspen Valley Ranch possesses working ranch elements such as water rights, irrigated pastures, a restored horse setup and 10-stall barn, ranch manager’s residence and new modern infrastructure, while also being

Aspen Valley Ranch

a great recreational getaway with adjacent public lands, trails, live water, ponds, abundant

Colorado v Pitkin County v Woody Creek

wildlife and awesome views. A new, rustic/chic,

5,750-square-foot home and outbuildings are in place. May consider selling portions of property. Originally $88,000,000; now $59,000,000.

Storm King Ranch Colorado v Garfield County v Glenwood Springs

Cattle Creek Ranch Colorado v Garfield County v Carbondale


Own a part of Colorado history and your own scenic valley with direct, private access to millions of acres of public land in the Flattops, just minutes from Glenwood Springs and 45 minutes to the

Aspen and Vail areas. With a historic lodge built in 1917 (above), the 723+-acre Storm King Ranch Set on a private, hidden, south-facing mesa (plus BLM and Forest Service leases totaling 2,500 acres) possesses an ideal setting with abundant with dramatic panoramic views that include wildlife, creeks, perennial springs, ponds and diverse terrain varying in elevation from 6,000 to


Mt. Sopris and the Elk Range, this unimproved,

agriculturally productive, 394-acre Missouri Heights ranch borders BLM land and Cattle Creek and possesses water rights covering over 200 acres and diverse vegetation harboring lots of wildlife. Only 15 minutes from Carbondale

8,000 feet. Storm King has gated privacy and several different residences: a two-bedroom guest cabin, a ranch manager’s house, a new 3,200-square-foot log home, the 5,000-square-foot historic lodge and the ranch’s own alpine retreat, Coffee Pot Cabin, a Forest Service in-holding located at 11,000 feet. Reduced from $23,500,000 to $19,500,000.


The largest, close-in river property to Aspen,

and Basalt and 45 from Aspen, this property the magnificent Roaring Fork Ranch is just 10 would make a great recreational retreat, minutes to town and the area’s four world-class horse property or conservation/development opportunity. $8,500,000.

ski resorts. With nearly a mile of river frontage

Roaring Fork Ranch Colorado v Pitkin Co. v Woody Creek

on both sides of the gold medal Roaring Fork River (with private horse/foot bridge), this 71acre property boasts spectacular fishing just steps from a beautiful 8,520-square-foot main house with meandering decks, walkways and

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an infinity pool overlooking the river. A great

300 South Hunter • Aspen, CO 81611

sporting family compound, these features

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are further complemented by a quality horse setup, irrigated pastures, a guesthouse and a manager’s cabin. Initially priced at $30,000,000, now listed at $19,950,000.

Elkhorn Ranch Colorado v Pitkin County v Aspen


Elkhorn Ranch is a 350±-acre legacy ranch within minutes of Aspen. Homesteaded in 1885, the ranch offers complete privacy and solitude, spectacular views, wide-open meadows,




streams and extensive senior water rights

The Farm on Stewart Mesa

allowing for the creation of multiple large Colorado v Delta County v Paonia ponds and additional water features. Pitkin For food and wine enthusiasts looking to grow stuff in a bucolic and sophisticated setting not far


County approvals are in place for a primary from Aspen, The Farm on Stewart Mesa, a fertile 7-acre property just outside Paonia in western residence of up to 8,250 square feet, plus one Colorado’s Fruit and Wine Country, is just the place. This tastefully laid-out property features or two caretaker cabins of up to 1,000 square an exquisite, custom residence designed in the Australian ranch house style with a wraparound feet each, as well as a ranch manager residence

porch to take in inspiring 360-degree vistas, as well as two quaint accessory studio/offices. With of up to 2,000 square feet. An application senior water rights, a great climate and prime, North Fork Valley soils that perennially produce for a Conservation Development-PUD (CD- bountiful harvests, The Farm on Stewart Mesa would be a great location for a vineyard, orchard, PUD) is currently in the approval process

vegetable farm or whatever one chooses. $2,400,000.

with Pitkin County. A CD-PUD will allow for a variety of commercial uses on the ranch in conjunction with new residential buildings and





Unlimited barns and agricultural buildings are also permitted, owing to the singular size of the ranch. Further, the ranch borders vast BLM and national forest lands. All of this makes Elkhorn Ranch an outstanding value. Dramatic price reduction from $15,000,000 to current list price of $9,750,000.


Crystal Sopris Ranch Colorado v Pitkin County v Carbondale


A unique opportunity to buy into a prestigious neighborhood of conserved legacy ranches in the closely held Crystal River Valley just five minutes south of Carbondale and 45 minutes from Aspen, this 120-acre sporting family retreat boasts a half-mile of fine fishing on the Crystal River, awesome Mt. Sopris views, water rights (surface and springs), irrigated pasture, a

La Mancha Retreat

horse setup, stocked lake with a beach, quaint,

Colorado v Chaffee County v Buena Vista

county approval for a new 5,750-square-foot

historic residence and guest cabins and 1041

La Mancha Retreat is a magnificent 6,438-square-

home. This private, end-of-the-road location

foot, custom, log-built residence (four bedrooms,

has no other homes in sight. Originally

five and three-quarter baths) on 10.85 acres.

$14,000,000; now $9,800,000.

Enjoy direct, private access to national forest bordering the property for hiking nearby fourteeners, hunting, and exploring amazing views of Buffalo Peaks from a huge wraparound deck and great room. Three Elk Creek tumbles beside this property with end-of-the-road privacy.

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The house is offered furnished. Twenty minutes to Buena Vista, forty five minutes to Salida, and an

300 South Hunter • Aspen, CO 81611

hour to Copper Mountain and Monarch ski areas. World-class whitewater rafting and fly-fishing on the Arkansas River only 10 minutes away. Initially listed for $2,300,000, now $1,900,000.

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Mountain Bird Ranch Colorado v Archuleta Co. v Pagosa Springs


Affording absolute privacy, Mountain Bird Ranch stretches across 610 acres with a quiet, end-of-theroad location in the awe-inspiring high country about 30 minutes from Pagosa Springs. This unique property provides the best of all worlds with a main residence and guest apartment,

Grove Creek Ranch

complete equestrian facilities, beautiful lakes and ponds, direct, private access to public lands and amazing, straight-on views of the Continental

Colorado v Mesa County v Collbran


Divide—all virtually surrounded by national In addition to Grove Creek Ranch’s 1,720± acres of bountiful wildlife, creeks, forests, ponds, and forest and in close proximity to the South San irrigated pastures, this offering includes the seller’s considerable mineral rights covering 1,110 Juan Wilderness. The mountain retreat of the late, award-winning musician/songwriter

acres of the property located in the productive Plateau gas field, which contributes immensely to this property’s strategic long-term investment value. Located on the beautiful northern slopes of

Dan Fogelberg, the ranch provides a great the Grand Mesa near Collbran, two hours from Aspen and one from Grand Junction, this private, conservation opportunity for an owner because

end-of-the-road property ranges in elevation from 7,100 to 9,200 feet and possesses nearly two

of the quality wildlife habitat, water and adjacent miles of national forest boundary, making it a sporting paradise for hunters, riders, fishermen public lands. Originally listed for $17,500,000, and wildlife enthusiasts. Ranch structures include four residences, two back-country cabins, a now substantially reduced to $9,500,000.

studio and six barns/shops. Initially priced at $19,500,000, now reduced to $15,950,000.


Offering dramatic views of some of the most photographed peaks in the nation, the 259-acre Little Papoose Ranch has few, if any, peers when it comes to awe-inspiring settings and magnificent

Little Papoose Ranch Colorado v Ouray County v Ridgway

architecture. In Ouray County, within 15 minutes of quaint Ridgway and close proximity to Telluride, Ouray and the airport in Montrose, this casual, yet luxuriously comfortable ranch retreat was spared no detail. The Little Papoose’s elegant





residence, two chic and rustic guesthouses and a four-stall horse barn. The horse setup, irrigated pasture, ponds and diverse habitat provide for all one’s recreation needs on-site, and the San


Juan Mountains that virtually surround you here

The Dodd Family Ranch consists of 853 acres,

beckon even more alpine adventure on public

approximately 500 of which are irrigated with

lands within minutes of the ranch. Originally

sizeable senior water rights. Lush meadows,

$27,000,000; now $15,900,000.

two year-round creeks and abundant trees separate the irrigated pastures. The ranch

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Dodd Family Ranch Colorado v Garfield County v Silt

is fenced and cross-fenced, forming a dozen separate pastures. The Dodd Ranch features over three miles of creek frontage, with the top-notch habitat supporting enough deer,

elk and turkey to have the property leased to outfitters for additional income. The ranch lies one hour to Aspen and Vail and just 15 minutes to Glenwood Springs. $5,500,000.

Barney Ranch Wyoming v Sublette County v Big Piney


The Barney Ranch is a spread of over 10,000± deeded acres, as well as associated leases on the Green River in northwest Wyoming. In addition to being a well-run livestock operation, the ranch has several miles of the Green River with its outstanding fishing. Over half of the 10,000± deeded acres have water rights, and the ranch runs 2,000 animal units in a cow/calf to yearling operation. The ranch has three units on the river, each with a full complement of improvements. It runs from river bottomland to national forest in a series of pastures. In the spirit of the traditional “cowboy” cattle operation, the cattle are moved from area to area by trailing the herd on horseback. In addition to the outstanding fishing, there is abundant wildlife, including waterfowl, whitetail and mule deer and moose. $22,500,000.

Sheep Rock Ranch Wyoming v Carbon County v Saratoga


This outstanding 2,777±-acre ranch on the North Platte River outside Saratoga offers lush meadows, 2,563± acres with adjudicated water rights, gorgeous views of surrounding mountains and local landmark Sheep Rock, blue ribbon fishing in the North Platte River within ranch boundaries and big game hunting. It lies virtually adjacent to Saratoga and an 8,400-foot airstrip, yet the ranch is


Riverbend Ranch

private with views, good fishing and hunting.

Wyoming v Albany County v Laramie

trout stream in one of the West’s premier

A highly productive ranch on a blue ribbon

Riverbend Ranch consists of 6,700± acres; 4,300 with water rights, and the Riverbend winters destinations, Sheep Rock Ranch borders the 1,500 head of cattle and yields 2,200 tons of hay a year. The ranch has several residential areas: Bird Cloud Ranch, which owns a mile of

the owner’s compound boasting a 2,603-square-foot home and separate guesthouse, as well as the Platte River and Sheep Rock itself. The a manager’s home at a different location and a site with extensive cattle handling facilities. The two properties are immediately adjacent and

ranch stretches along gorgeous river bottom property, with just over six miles of the Laramie complement one another well. Bird Cloud River through the property. There is a historical homestead site on the property, as well. The Ranch is also for sale and listed with Western Riverbend Ranch rests just 15 miles southwest of Laramie, Wyoming. $10,500,000.

United Realty. $12,000,000.

Grace Creek Ranch Colorado v Larimer Co. v Jelm/Glendevey


Tucked along Grace Creek, just south of the Wyoming border, Grace Creek Ranch lies outside Jelm and Glendevey, Colorado and not far from Laramie, Wyoming. These 1,962± acres with USFS and BLM grazing permits offer a 150-head cattle operation with owner’s home and cattle handling facilities, great creek fishing, easy access to the Laramie River and hunting for a variety of wildlife. $3,500,000.

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Bird Cloud Ranch lies in the North Platte River Valley of southern Wyoming. The Platte River, noted for its excellent fishing, exits Colorado and runs north into Wyoming. A gorgeous 640±-acre property just over five miles outside Saratoga, this peaceful retreat has lovely views and an exquisite home designed by architect Harry Teague. Home to deer, elk, antelope, bald and golden eagles and a blue heron rookery, Bird Cloud Ranch borders Sheep Rock Ranch, a larger property with two miles of the North Platte River and four miles of Jack Creek, both on the

Bird Cloud Ranch Wyoming v Carbon County v Saratoga

meander. The two properties are immediately adjacent, and complement one another well. Sheep Rock Ranch is also for sale and listed with Western United Realty. $3,700,000.

Sunny Valley Shamrock Ranch Wyoming v Albany County v Laramie


Twenty miles went of Laramie, Sunny Valley Shamrock Ranch is well known as a top breeder of high-altitude Angus cattle. The ranch consists of 2,662± deeded acres with 160 BLM acres and 160 State of Wyoming acres with water rights on 2,436± acres. Neighboring Browns Creek Angus Ranch and the Snowy Range Ranch, the ranch is home to antelope, whitetail and mule deer and an occasional elk. The headquarters consists of exceptional corrals, barns, equipment sheds and a sale barn used for the annual bull sale. The current owner’s home has four bedrooms, two baths and an office. A restored log home is available for a manager and seasonal help. $2,600,000.

Loyd Ranch Wyoming v Albany County v Laramie


Just seven miles north of Laramie, Loyd Ranch covers 1,550± deeded acres off Howell Road. The property includes two and a half miles of the meandering Big Laramie River, irrigated hay fields that yield 200 tons of hay annually and large grazing meadows for cattle herds. Moved from Fort Sanders to the ranch in 1883, the incredible log house and barn still stand. The restoration of these structures would be perfect for any project enthusiast. The property is equipped with a well suitable for people and livestock and is wired for electricity, though an operable septic system would have to be installed. $1,250,000.

River Stone Ranch Wyoming v Albany County v Laramie


A beautiful piece of land with easy access to the local area, the 240±-acre River Stone Ranch borders the Laramie River, with over a mile meandering through the property. The property was once part of an old rock quarry, and

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several rock pits have become year-round lakes, providing an ideal habitat for waterfowl and various riparian species. The occasional mule

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offers access to both sides of the river, so owners can enjoy the full extent of the land. While it has


These 7,525± deeded acres of meadow, irrigated pastures and native rangelands lie 17 miles northwest of Laramie, just off I-80 and Highway 12. Enjoy excellent hunting and exceptional fishing on over six miles of Browns Creek and the Little Laramie River, with healthy anglers, cutthroat, rainbow and brown trout. Operated as a cow/calf and summer yearling enterprise, the ranch has many improvements: watering structures, fencing and two sets of working corrals. The two-story main residence is a fourbedroom, three-bath, restored log home with a large sun porch, patio and fireplace; a restored log bunkhouse is available for seasonal help. Colisted with James Rogers, Pinedale Properties, Inc., 307 367-6683. Can be sold as two separate

Browns Creek Angus Ranch

parcels: 1,340± acres north of I-80 for $670,000; 6,185± acres south of I-80 for $6,250,000; entire

Wyoming v Albany County v Laramie

7,525± acres for $6,920,000.

Vedauwoo Acreage Wyoming v Laramie County v Laramie


Tucked away amidst gorgeous pines in the Medicine Bow Mountains, these 250± acres lie just off Interstate 80, approximately 20 miles east of Laramie and 30 miles west of Cheyenne. This underdeveloped land is a perfect building/

Sunny Valley Angus Ranch Colorado v Arapahoe County v Byers/Stratsburg


Sunny Valley Angus Ranch consists of 4,014± total acres made up of deeded acres, cropland,

grassland and farmstead land. Forty miles east of Denver and just a few minutes south of Byers development site. Bordering the Medicine Bow and Stratsburg in Arapahoe County, the ranch has an optimum blend of improvements, including National Forest and home to mule deer, elk, feed and livestock sheds, horse and calving barns and housing for a manager and hired help. pronghorn, wild turkey and the occasional bald The owner’s house has 5,100± square feet. West Bijou Creek winds through the property, with eagle, the ranch offers the outdoor enthusiast wildlife abundant in the creek bottom. The variety of land allows for farming, hay cultivation and endless recreation. $650,000.

running livestock, such as cattle or horses. $5,000,000.


Next to the beautiful Flaming Gorge Reservoir, Miner Ranch is a secluded property along the Henry’s Fork River. Consisting of 634± acres, the ranch has a set of modern headquarters with a newer, two-story log home and a guest cabin. An older ranch home sits on the property, as

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well as outbuildings and horse facilities. New ownership could run a small herd of cattle. A gorgeous remote location outside Green River and a few minutes from Manila, Utah, this area is ripe with abundant wildlife, such as bald eagles and deer, and the nearby reservoir provides fantastic fishing. $1,350,000.

Minor Ranch Wyoming Sweetwater County v Green River

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Hidden in the heart of one of Colorado’s last

Beaver Valley Ranch

unspoiled mountain valleys, Beaver Valley Ranch is tailor-made for hunting and fishing

Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

of exceptional quality. Beaver Valley Ranch, accessible year round, lies less than an hour southwest of Steamboat Springs and nestles against Routt National Forest on the flanks of the Beaver Flat Tops. Blessed with a diverse mosaic of aspen and oak brush groves, heavy timber, mountain meadows, riverine woods, springs and lakes, the ranch has been managed specifically for high-quality big game and trout habitat. Herds of elk and mule deer have room to roam on its 2,665 acres, and plentiful rainbow and cutthroat trout to over 20 inches populate 4.5 miles of the East Fork of the Williams Fork River, an unsung trophy trout stream. $13,500,000.

Mariano Mesa Ranch


New Mexico v Catron County v Quemado

Controlling five square miles (2,640 deeded and 560 BLM leased acres) of the rolling highlands of Catron County, Mariano Mesa Ranch occupies the heart of trophy elk country. A combination of milder winters and a diverse mosaic of piñon pine, alligator juniper, shrubs and grasslands produce some of the best elk hunting in the state. Bulls in the 350-plus class are regularly taken in the area, and 400-class animals are not unheard of. Trophy elk are the big attraction here, but mule deer, antelope, black bear and mountain lion also provide outstanding opportunities. Mariano Mesa Ranch has three wells in place, power and telephone on site, receives landowner deer and elk tags, adjoins public land, and lies 15 miles northeast of Quemado. $2,600,000.

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Cozy Canyon Ranch Wyoming v Carbon County v Saratoga


“A treasure in the Sierra Madre” describes the end-of-the-road Cozy Canyon Ranch, only 30 minutes southwest of historic Saratoga. Not only is this 640-acre mountain hideaway at 8,000 feet a paradise for mule deer, black bear, elk and trophy trout, but it is also supplied with power, phone, a spacious lodge and three comfortable guest cabins. Indeed, Cozy Canyon Ranch is “turn-key ready” for operation as a recreational resort, hunting and fishing lodge or as an exclusive private retreat. Cozy Canyon Ranch adjoins National Forest and has over two and a half miles of live water. $3,500,000.


Cimarron means “wild” in Spanish, and the Big Cimarron River Ranch in southwest Colorado uniquely combines wildness and comfort in a 391-acre package. Surrounded by spectacular cliffs, rock pinnacles and 12,000-foot peaks, Big Cimarron River Ranch lies in a setting right out of a Hollywood Western, yet offers all the comforts of home in three beautifully appointed cabins. Wildlife like mule deer, elk and black bear frequent the ranch, and nearly a mile of trout-filled river tumbles through the property. Power, phone, yearround access and adjoining public land make this piece of wild Colorado as attractive of a mountain retreat as can be found. $3,500,000.

Big Cimarron River Ranch Colorado v Gunnison County v Cimarron

Tarryall River House Ranch Colorado v Park Co. v Lake George


The Tarryall River House Ranch encompasses about 20 acres of valley bottomland under conservation easement and one-third mile of

Whistling Elk Ranch

Tarryall River, a rich, 30-foot-wide stream with a large population of 10- to 20-inch brown and

Colorado v Jackson County v Rand

rainbow trout, and a few river pike. The ranch


Precious few Colorado ranches can boast of private elk, deer, moose and bear hunting on literally

adjoins the Pike National Forest, with deer,

thousands of acres, plus five trophy trout ponds and lodging that is “turn-key ready” for guests, but

elk, bear, mountain lion and bighorn sheep

Whistling Elk Ranch has them all. This exceptional North Park property near Rand includes 3,100

hunting. A recently renovated, log-sided home is

deeded acres and an additional 640 leased acres of state land, making Whistling Elk Ranch a hunting

a highlight of the ranch. It comes fully furnished,

and fishing resort with ample room to roam. Featuring a mix of mature lodgepole pine, aspen and

has two bedrooms, one bath, dining and living

open meadows, Whistling Elk Ranch sweeps upward from 8,500 to 9,700 feet at the foot of rugged

areas, office, mudroom and a spacious deck

10,957-foot Owl Mountain. To the east, Whistling Elk shares two miles of its boundary with the

overlooking the river. In short, Tarryall River

Routt National Forest and is accessible year-round. $6,250,000.

House Ranch is ready to go as a perfect fly-fishing


Completely surrounded by private land, the OX Ranch controls 10,000 acres (4,812 deeded, over 5,000 leased state and BLM lands) of productive habitat with landowner tags. Giant bucks

retreat so close, yet so far from the city. Denver

OX Ranch

is 90 minutes away, Woodland Park 40 minutes

Wyoming v Platte County v Laramie

round; power and phone are in place. $595,000.

and Colorado Springs 60 minutes. Access is year-

(180+) and bulls (350+) call this unspoiled “Wyoming Territory” home. Over 40 seeps and springs, one year-round stream and three spring-fed ponds support brook and rainbow

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trout, mule deer, elk, antelope, mountain lions,

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sage grouse and dove. Improvements include a comfortable three-bedroom home with deck, a hunting cabin and ranch facilities for handling 300 pairs of cattle. Only three hours from Denver. Offered for $5,250,000.

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Keyah Grande Colorado v Archuleta Co. v Pagosa Springs


A Spanish-inspired gem, the Estate at Keyah Grande is intimately nestled on 100+ acres and adjacent to thousands of acres of pristine mountain wilderness in the heart of Colorado’s San Juan Mountains. A beautiful 22,000-squarefoot home offers eight graciously appointed suites and numerous gathering areas with the finest furnishings, creating an elegant environment to welcome family and friends. It is truly a special place to find rest, relaxation and recreation. $16,500,000.

Two Dogs Too Colorado v La Plata County v Durango

On a blue ribbon section of the Animas

Lazy H Ranch

River, this wonderful 38-acre estate is

Colorado v Montezuma County v Mancos



one of the most beautiful properties in This 518-acre quintessential Colorado property has beautiful meadows, lush pastures, pine Animas Valley. The 6,000-square-foot main woodlands, ponds, rock bluffs and outcroppings and over a mile of the West Mancos River. residence includes a master suite, guest suite It includes a 3,577-square-foot, custom log main residence, 1,000-square-foot log guest home, with attached grandchildren’s room, two insulated custom horse barn and hay and equipment barns. Meticulously maintained, the property additional bedrooms and a loft bedroom. A has exceptional water rights, including shares of Jackson Lake, Weber Lake and adjudicated beautiful 1,200-square-foot, two-bedroom, Mancos River rights. This exceptional ranch is offered at an exceptional price. $5,500,000. two-bath guesthouse and a detached five-car/ toy garage are included. Graced with lovely landscapes around the houses, exquisite views, ponds, outdoor sitting areas and lush pastures for horses, this property is a must see! $5,750,000.

Echo Basin Ranch Colorado v Montezuma County v Mancos

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Echo Basin Ranch has 430 acres of irrigated meadows, mature woodlands and lush riparian areas. A quintessential Colorado Mountain retreat, the 6,700-square-foot estate has magnificent views of the La Plata Mountains and the highest-quality amenities that embody casual elegance at its finest. Significant water rights, 1.3 miles of Mancos River frontage and a rodeo arena for equestrian activities are included. Best of all, this recreational paradise with significant conservation easement potential has beautiful equestrian terrain, big game hunting, fishing and access to 2 million acres of the San Juan National Forest. $5,950,000.

Red Rabbit Ranch New Mexico v Rio Arriba County v Tierra Amarilla

Perry Cougar Run Ranch Colorado v Montezuma County v Mancos


This very productive 653-acre ranch raises purebred Black Angus cattle and produces


This exceptional 1,889-acre recreational property in the heart of the northern New Mexico

high-quality hay. The owner desires to maintain a herd of 100 cattle and produce 15,000+ hay

Rockies has easy, year-round access and offers many amenities: a custom 3,000+-square-foot log bales per year. Bordered by BLM land, the ranch main residence; 2,000-square-foot guest home; 950-square-foot historic stone house; 600-square- has exceptional water rights, one and a half foot hunters’ cabin; custom 4,000-square-foot, six-stall barn/stable with workshop; 1,100-square- miles of the Mancos River and multiple homes foot apartment for guest/caretaker; three loafing sheds; and a 4,000-square-foot equipment/ and outbuildings to support the operations. toy storage garage. This recreational paradise has opportunities for hunting, fishing, horseback

It is also a recreational paradise with great

riding, hiking and various winter sports. $10,250,000.

hunting and fishing. $4,375,000.


In size, scale and quality this ranch is a gem. Rarely does a property come on the market that fits so well for its purpose. In Pine River Valley, these 100 meticulously groomed acres have lush hayfields supported by exceptional water rights that keep two side-rolls and pivot sprinklers running all season on certified weed-free hay meadows. The balance of treed acreage interspersed with meadows provides exceptional grazing. With a floor plan that flows for easy living and entertaining, the 3,300-square-foot home was completely remodeled with a great room, dining room with entertainment bar, master suite, main-level library and two upper-level guest suites. An equestrian’s dream riding/roping arena complements a nine-stall barn with a caretaker’s residence and bunkroom and a breeding barn. $3,750,000.

Merriman Ranch Colorado v La Plata County v Durango

Animas Valley Estate Colorado v La Plata County v Durango


A true Rocky Mountain property with a main residence, guest quarters, barn and garden shed, this 25-acre ranch includes Animas River frontage, multiple ponds, pastures and extensive gardens. The complete property consists of nine bedrooms, 11 baths and covered storage for up to seven vehicles. A fantastic estate home offers unmatched elegance, privacy and value in the Animas Valley, just north of Durango. $6,500,000.

An independently owned and operated member of the Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc.

Tom Morse 700 Main Avenue • Durango, CO 81301

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Powder Keg Ranch Colorado v Archuleta Co. v Pagosa Springs


The Rito Blanco River runs through the southeast corner of this magnificent 463+-acre ranch adjoining national forest on three sides. With stately mountain views, year-round access, lush meadows and gentle, forested terrain, Powder Keg Ranch is truly one of the last great pieces of the West. $4,600,000. Lindy Moore, 970 749-5062,

Top-of-the-Line Horse Property Colorado v Archuleta Co. v Pagosa Springs


Mill Creek runs through these 80 private acres with national forest border and Continental Divide views. A beautiful custom home, covered riding arena (60' by 120'), four-stall Morton barn, including heated tack room and shop with feed room, and an additional three-stall barn with loafing shed complete the package. The meadow produces 120 bales of hay per year. $1,795,000. Juli Morelock, 970 946-2137,

Spence Lake Retreat Colorado v Archuleta Co. v Pagosa Springs









from this 39-acre lakefront horse ranch bordering national forest. Mountain views complement





home. Other features include a five-stall horse barn, five pastures, fencing and cross-fencing and excellent water rights. $799,000. Brent Christians, 970 759-6844,


This beautiful 38+-acre equestrian property offers limitless opportunities with staggering mountain views, a beautifully built 3,300-square-foot custom log home, guest cabin and two barns. The best of both worlds, the ranch is close to town with easy highway access, yet wonderfully private. $1,099,000. Stan Zuege, 970 759-0481,

877 572-4672


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High Mountain Paradise Colorado v Archuleta County v Pagosa Springs

70-Acre Horse Ranch Colorado v Pueblo County v Pueblo


In the heart of Colorado horse country, this fenced and cross-fenced 70-acre equestrian ranch offers plentiful water: a year-round creek; a 20-year, 57-share water lease and irrigated, subirrigated and dry pasture. Improvements include a beautiful 5,600-square-foot home, 70-foot round pen, 130-square-foot cutting pen, roping arena (300' by 165') and a shed barn (96' by 32') with an insulated tack room and shop. The bottom 11 acres are farmed in four-year-old alfalfa, with the top 17 acres rotated from corn to alfalfa. This is a rare find for equestrian lovers of all disciplines. $799,000. Tim Plate, 970 759-8950,

Eagle Peak Equestrian Ranch Colorado v Archuleta Co. v Pagosa Springs


Bordering national forest, these 160 acres feature a 2,100-square-foot home, mountain views, multiple building sites, a heated shop (40' by 50'), barn, an indoor riding arena (110' by 220'), two working outdoor pens, a cattle pen and a loading chute. This fenced and cross-fenced property offers lush meadows and a seasonal creek. $2,400,000. Tim






Fish, ski, snowmobile and hike in the 2.25-million-acre backyard of this 55-acre ranch bordered by national forest on two sides. The property features a 7,000-square-foot custom log lodge with a movie theater and great fishing on Turkey Creek, which runs behind the property. $3,900,000. Steve Crow, 970 946-2134,

Turkey Creek Lodge Colorado v Archuleta County v Pagosa Springs

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Clark’s Canyon

BEST WEST of the



lark’s Canyon Ranch rests in the very private and historical area of Wyoming’s northwest corner, along the front of the rugged and steep Beartooth Mountains. Approximately 26 miles northwest of Cody, 40 miles from Red Lodge, Montana (a popular ski resort) and 70 miles west of Yellowstone National Park’s northeast entrance on

the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway, the ranch is accessed by a county-maintained gravel road via State Highway 120. The 3,200 total acres consist of 1,070 deeded, 1,500 BLM lease and 640 State of Wyoming lease acres. There are 365 irrigated and 134 sub-irrigated acres. Historically producing alfalfa hay, the 365 irrigated acres are currently used for grazing and produce native grass. A wildlife refuge with native range grasses, the sub-irrigated acreage provides incredible wildlife

Wyoming v Park County v Cody


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habitat. The majority of the BLM lease adjoins approximately three miles of the Clark’s Fork River along the Beartooth Front and is part of the critical elk winter/parturition range where over 4,000 elk reside. The picturesque State of Wyoming section lies at the canyon mouth of the Clark’s Fork River and forms the west boundary of the ranch. The Clark’s Fork of the Yellowstone River flows through Clark’s Fork Canyon and meanders along the northern border of the ranch. John Colter, the first Englishman to visit Yellowstone, spent the winter of 1806–07 in a cave in the Clark’s Fork Canyon after leaving the Lewis and Clark expedition. Along the Clark’s Fork River, Native American sites and migration and surrounding public lands offer horseback riding, hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking, ATV riding, backpacking, boating, whitewater rafting and kayaking. Trails on the Beartooth Plateau and in Shoshone National Forest offer outdoor enthusiasts the chance to experience miles of untamed country. Winter recreation includes snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, ice fishing and ice climbing. $6,420,000.v

routes are obvious with numerous teepee rings.

The Clark Canyon Ranch is an outdoor

In fall of 1877, the Nez Pierce Indians, led by





Chief Joseph, evaded the U.S. Army. While

opportunities. Hunting enthusiasts will find

attempting their famous escape, they passed

resident herds of elk, mule deer, whitetail deer

through the immediate ranch area.

and antelope. Moose occasionally frequent the

Improvements are designed to complement

river and creeks. Bighorn sheep and mountain

a horse and cattle ranch operation and

goat reside near the canyon. This area is only

provide comfortable amenities for recreational

one of two places in Wyoming where mountain

enthusiasts. The custom home has an open

goats are found and is considered by many to be

floor plan with high ceilings and large windows,

a premier wildlife viewing location. The Clark’s

John Phillips • Mantha Phillips JR Crozier



Fork River on the ranch and over 950 lakes on

111 West 2nd Street • Casper, WY 82601

and Clark’s Fork Canyon views. Multiple

the adjacent Beartooth Plateau in the national

outbuildings include a horse barn with eight box

forest offer exceptional fishing for Yellowstone

307 265-6684 office 307 237-2261 fax

stalls, tack room, indoor water and hay storage.

cutthroats and mountain white fish. The ranch



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Cone Butte Ranch Montana v Fergus County v Roy


Fish Creek Ranch on the Jefferson River Montana v Madison & Jefferson Counties v Whitehall


Fish Creek Ranch on the Jefferson River is, acre-for-acre, one of the most recreationally powerful

Cone Butte Ranch is conveniently situated ranches we have listed. The entire 1,605± acres are healthy bottomland with approximately four 30 miles north of Lewistown, Montana in the Judith Mountain Range. Consisting of 9,993± contiguous acres (7,295± deeded and 2,698±

miles of the Jefferson River, over two miles of Fish Creek, a small spring creek and a wonderful mixture of mature cottonwood forests, dense escape cover for pheasants and deer, tremendous waterfowl habitat and productive irrigated ground. This feels like one of the largest 1,600-acre

state and BLM lease), this property encompasses ranches we have been on because there are so many different “rooms” on the ranch, all unique, the northern end of the Judith Mountain Range, but each comprised of key components of quality fish and wildlife habitat, water, food and cover. providing productive agricultural ground and In the midst of this abundant habitat is one of the most attractive ranch compounds we have seen. endless recreational opportunities. Scattered

A beautiful log home and guesthouse are nestled beneath towering cottonwoods with a dramatic

throughout the ranch, five spring-fed ponds

view over the crystal-clear, trout-filled pond toward the majestic Tobacco Root Mountains. Out the

only add to the appeal. Cone Butte Ranch is a back door of the home, across a manicured lawn and a short walk through the cottonwoods is private, destination-only ranch well suited to fit one of the finest spring-fed fisheries in southwest Montana: Fish Creek. This is a very peaceful and a variety of needs. $7,900,000.

beautiful river-bottom ranch with tremendous habitat; it does not get better than this. $8,500,000.


Parson’s Spring Ranch is home to gorgeous scenery, diverse and plentiful wildlife, trophy whitetail deer and the restored 1.5± miles of spring creek, a half-mile of which is critical spawning habitat for the Jefferson River. The spring creek has trout exceeding 28 inches cruising through its depths and feeding off its fertile waters. Providing more angling opportunities, Jefferson River courses along the property for about three-quarters of a mile. Below the shadows of the rugged Tobacco Root and Highland Mountains, the 711±-acre ranch has expansive fields of small grains and alfalfa hay amongst the historic and lush Jefferson River Valley. Two ponds and healthy habitat contribute to the wildlife and fishing habitat, which has expanded and improved considerably on this spring creek

Parson’s Spring Ranch Montana v Madison County v Waterloo

haven with ongoing restoration projects. A refurbished ranch house and a new, handcrafted cabin provide luxury comfort. A commercial airport is within a 45-minute drive. An easily managed ranch in a sought-after location, this world-class spring creek property embodies a synergy of recreation, agriculture and beauty. $3,900,000.


Just 15 miles from Lewistown, these 405± acres of beautiful rolling foothills offer several large stands of aspen scattered throughout, providing excellent cover for enormous numbers of

Greg Fay, Broker James Esperti, Ryan Flair, Dave Halgerson, Jim Toth, Chuck Davison, Bill and Kim Boyce, B. Elfland, Chris Fagan, Toby Griffith, Mike Jorgenson & Johnny Unser Sales Associates

quality whitetail and mule deer and fantastic habitat for upland game birds (sharp-tail turkey

East Fork Ranch Montana v Fergus County v Lewistown

and huns). The property is only made more attractive by the quarter-mile of the East Fork of pristine Spring Creek that flows right through it, and is home to native cutthroat and brook

395 Gallatin Park Dr. •Bozeman, MT 59715

trout as well as migratory mallards. The state section borders two sides with scattered pines and


the occasional elk. Only a short drive to Billings or Great Falls, Montana, this ranch includes a

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well-constructed and maintained three-bedroom, two-bath home with several outbuildings. Yearly property taxes on East Fork Ranch have been $1,626.81 per year. $1,250,000.

Andreasen Ranch Idaho v Franklin County v Preston

Dallenbach Ranch on the Frying Pan River Colorado v Eagle County v Basalt


The Dallenbach Ranch is a landmark property


Just outside the quaint town of Preston, the unique Andreasen Ranch combines excellent recreational in the Frying Pan River Valley. Dan German, the opportunities with the comfort and convenience of updated improvements and its proximity to the first town blacksmith, originally homesteaded greater Salt Lake City area. The Andreasen Ranch consists of 2,908± deeded acres comprised of the property in 1896. Today, it is one of the varying terrain—rolling foothills that gain elevation with wooded draws and productive fields scattered largest holdings in the valley and has several throughout the property. With views overlooking the Caribou National Forest and within 10 minutes

cabins of varying size and age currently rented to

of the Oneida Narrows Reservoir, this ranch offers many pursuits from great fishing for a number of

local area residents. Its modern era dates to 1973

varied species to world-class big game hunting, specifically mule deer and elk. $5,799,940.

when racing legend Wally Dallenbach won the

California Indy 500 and bought the ranch with On one of the most prolific stretches of trout the prize money. For 36 years the Dallenbach water in America, the Missouri River Getaway is family has been on the ranch building cabins


a rare opportunity to own a ranch on the famous and ponds, clearing and irrigating fields and “Holter Dam to Craig” stretch. Consisting of making the ranch one of the most beautiful in

Missouri River Getaway

387± acres, the ranch has an amazing 2.8± the area. The ranch has senior water rights and miles of river frontage and excellent habitat over a half mile of the Frying Pan River running for pheasant, waterfowl and whitetail deer.

through the southern portion. From racing

The 2,200±-square-foot home sits on a knob

legends to royalty (Princes Harry and William overlooking the river with expansive views of the spent about four days on the ranch at the high surrounding timbered hillsides, as well as several miles upstream and down of the fertile valley and meadows cabin), the Dallenbach Ranch has had

Montana v Lewis and Clark Co. v Craig

the trout-rich waters of the Mighty Mo. For the fortunate angler that purchases the Getaway, there

a long list of distinguished guests. Its location

will be days and evenings filled with enjoyment. Envision relaxing on your back deck overlooking

in the center of the Roaring Fork/Frying Pan the Missouri after a day spent hunting pheasants in the morning and casting to rising fish in the Valleys puts it within a 40-minute drive of afternoon. Your friends and family are gathered and a couple of pheasants are being prepared from Aspen, Glenwood Springs (largest hot springs in the morning hunt. You close your eyes and listen to the breeze mixed with voices of your guests and

Colorado), four major ski areas, Reudi Reservoir

you realize, this is how you dreamed of spending your vacation/retirement time. $2,700,000.

and the Aspen airport. $34,000,000.

Elliott Creek Ranch


Idaho v Teton County v Driggs

In the upper Teton River Valley, Elliott Creek Ranch lies between the towering Teton Mountain Range to the east and the Big Hole Mountains to the west. This area of Idaho is famous for its outdoor pursuits and rich natural resources, of which Elliott Creek Ranch offers a multitude of opportunities on both counts. Minutes from Driggs and Victor, Idaho and 30 minutes from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, this ranch lies in a strategic location to fully enjoy the area’s natural surroundings. $3,840,000.

Greg Fay, Broker James Esperti, Ryan Flair, Dave Halgerson, Jim Toth, Chuck Davison, Bill and Kim Boyce, B. Elfland, Chris Fagan, Toby Griffith, Mike Jorgenson & Johnny Unser Sales Associates

395 Gallatin Park Dr. •Bozeman, MT 59715

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Beef Trail Ranch Colorado v San Miguel County v Norwood


Featuring Lone Cone Mountain as a backdrop, adjoining national forest and expansive views of surrounding mountains, lakes, streams and Wrights Mesa, the 560-acre Beef Trail Ranch is an extraordinary ranching and hunting facility. A three-bedroom, two-bath residence provides a caretaker’s quarters, and the site is perfect for a future dream home. A new well, five-person bunkhouse with kitchen and bath, cookhouse, cold storage room, workshop, storage shed and seven professional hunting blinds round out this fine facility. You can indulge in another pastime when you grab your fishing gear and head three miles to the south to Miramonte Lake. $2,800,000.

44 Z Road Ranch Colorado v San Miguel County v Norwood


At the foot of Lone Cone Mountain in southwest Colorado and bordering two miles of national forest, this 1,720-acre parcel encompasses a superb mix of irrigated pastures, aspen, forest and open meadows. Excellent water rights, streams and electricity to the property make it a prime location for hunting or ranching, or simply find inspiration in panoramic mountain,





Numerous interior roads provide easy access to the entire property to view the spectacular and abundant wildlife. $4,600,000.

Jim Nerlin Vice President/Broker Associate P.O. Box 1739 • 232 West Colorado Ave. Telluride, CO 81435

970 728-1618 • 970 729-1444 cell •


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Wild Water Ranch


Colorado v La Plata County v Hesperus

Thirty minutes west of Durango, Wild Water Ranch consists of 1,800 deeded acres with 640 state lease acres. One and a half miles of Cherry Creek frontage grace the property, and adjudicated water rights, in addition to a number of seasonal stock ponds, are available for irrigation. Hay production ranges from 200 to 300 tons per year of alfalfa/grass hay. Improvements include a 6,700-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bath home with a gourmet kitchen and many upgraded features. A sevenstall barn with tack room, office, wash rack and feed storage adjoin an indoor riding arena (60' by 120'). A historic bunkhouse and additional building with an apartment round out the improvements. Featuring abundant wildlife, the ranch provides direct access to public lands. $5,500,000. Contact Rue Balcomb or Robb VanPelt or Jim Nerlin.

Jim Nerlin Vice President/Broker Associate P.O. Box 1739 • 232 West Colorado Ave. Telluride, CO 81435

970 728-1618 • 970 729-1444 cell •

Colbert Ranch

Co-listed with

Colorado v Montezuma County v Dolores


Colbert Ranch is a 171-acre parcel in sunny southwestern Colorado, just 65 miles from Telluride. Designed and operated as a breeding and training facility for performance horses, the ranch has a 20-stall heated barn with grooming area and attached living apartment and many other features. The ranch’s centerpiece is an outdoor lighted arena (150' by 300') with

Robb Van Pelt Rue Balcomb

grandstands, return alley and ample parking. The surrounding mountains dominate the

1614 Grand Ave., Suite 100 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

views, although the private location is conveniently located off the intersection of Highways

877 207-9700 toll free

145 and 184 to Durango. $2,995,000. Contact Jim Nerlin or Robb Van Pelt or Rue Balcomb. Volume 38 Farm&Ranch West



A peninsula of land between a river and a creek, this

142-Acre Saddle Mountain at Aspen Canyon

ranch has awe-inspiring views of the entire valley from its treed hilltop building site, easy year-round access and end-of-the-road privacy. The Williams

Colorado v Grand County v Silverthorne

Fork River flows along for nearly one mile. Power, phone and natural gas are all here. It backs directly to B.L.M. land and more river frontage. National forest across the road goes on for miles. Jeep road leads to two hilltops. Fish, ride, ski, snowmobile or just relax and enjoy the views! Ski and golf at six resorts within 75 minutes’ drive time. A quick 26 miles north of Silverthorne, the ranch is two hours northwest of Denver. $1,350,000. Can be split into two parcels.

170-Acre Furman Ranch Colorado v Park County v Fairplay

273-Acre Cover Mountain Retreat


This fully developed mountain cattle ranch, just 90 minutes southwest of Denver and 45

Colorado v Park County v Guffey


A dreamlike estate with inspiring peak views and a dramatic setting features a stunning home with

minutes to skiing at Breckenridge, offers a snowcapped summits in view from every room and the highest-quality features throughout. The home completely updated, four-bedroom home and includes 7,046 square feet of living space, four master suites with walk-in closets, a family bunkroom, five barns! The property has miles of fencing and cross-fencing, two wells to keep the herd watered, expansive views of surrounding mountains, easy access on a paved road and

six baths, a massive great room, game room, recreational room for billiards, huge decks and a nearby fish pond. Wildlife abounds year round! The tree-covered, 273-acre retreat offers supreme privacy, yet is only 90 minutes to Colorado Springs or Breckenridge Ski Resort. Enjoy phenomenal fishing on the South Platte River and lakes nearby. No expense was spared. $3,750,000.

just 15 minutes to all services and schools in Fairplay. The ranch is not under any restrictions or a conservation easement and

891-Acre Blue Sky Ranch

offers great fishing on many nearby lakes

Colorado v Park County v Hartsel

and the South Platte River. Very close to Pike National Forest lands. The pride in ownership is clear. $499,000.


This ranch boasts Rocky Mountain peak views beyond compare! There are dozens of 14,000-foot

Girten Land Company Art Girten, Broker/Owner Realtors Land Institute

where the sunny five-bedroom home rests, enjoying those magnificent views. Being sold fully furnished with new pieces, a boat and Jeep Laredo are included. Fenced-in pastures with a stocked well, next to a huge State Wildlife Area are below, the protected view corridor is entirely on the ranch.

Box 9825 • Breckenridge, CO 80424

The property is central to Breckenridge and Buena Vista, 20 miles away with a 7,000-foot airport

970 485-0572

runway and less than two hours to Denver or Colorado Springs. Fly-fishing on the South Platte River •


peaks and a huge fishing lake in this unobstructed view. Rolling hills and tall trees cover the hilltop

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is four miles away. One hour to world-class ski and golf resorts at Breckenridge. $1,299,000.


Splendid 185 acres on the wide Colorado River are completely surrounded by public lands on four sides. Along with five ponds, 1907 water rights allow flood irrigation of 80 acres of pasture. Tall trees and thick grassy meadows invite fishing, hunting and ranching in total solitude. The ranch has legal access at the end of a quiet country lane, and electric power is on site. At 7,200 feet in elevation, this ranch would make the perfect retreat. Only 45 minutes to Beaver Creek/Vail, near Kremmling and Radium State Park and just two and a half hours west of Denver, this is a dramatic setting for relaxing in a peaceful place. $2,200,000.

Colorado River Meyer Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

375-Acre Winter Hawk Ranch Colorado v Park County v Guffey

640-Acre Arrowhead Ranch 375-Acre Winter Hawk Ranch Colorado v Park County v Guffey

Colorado v Park County v Fairplay


Locally known as “The Thousand Peaks” area,

the views here will inspire anyone. The gently Close your eyes, think of Colorado’s mountains and you have envisioned this ranch with rolling hills, rolling grasslands feature staggering vistas of abundant wildlife, tall trees, grassy pastures and large rock outcroppings. The property backs directly to 14,000-foot snow-covered peaks. Fully fenced


state land, that backs directly to thousands of acres of the Pike National Forest. A productive year-round pastures include a stock well and access spring fills the pond and creek on site. A lovely log home with classic rock fireplace feels like a lodge. gates to the maintained county road. The There is a guest home for family gatherings and immense views of the snowy Sangre de Cristo Mountain ranch backs directly to BLM land with Nature

peaks! The ranch sits 75 minutes to ski and golf resorts at Breckenridge, near Guffey and two hours west Conservancy-protected lands also next door. of Colorado Springs. This is the perfect place to escape the crowds and summer heat. Winter Hawk This property is not under any conservation Ranch boasts terrific potential as a conservation easement ranch for the next owner. $1,199,000.

easements or covenants. Great lake and South Platte River fishing is minutes away. This ranch

BKC Ranch at Black Mountain

is 45 minutes to resorts at Breckenridge and two hours southwest of Denver. $595,000.

Colorado v Park County v Fairplay


The meandering driveway makes this ranch feel like 100 acres! A terrific and fully developed horse property, these 35 acres of Colorado splendor feature a large home in the trees, an indoor riding arena with halogen lighting and water, fenced pastures, lush aspen groves and expansive peak views

Girten Land Company

perfect for any sized family and gatherings. Forty minutes to Breckenridge and less than two hours to

Art Girten, Broker/Owner Realtors Land Institute

Denver, BKC Ranch offers trail rides in all directions and great fishing just a few miles away. Sold with

Box 9825 • Breckenridge, CO 80424

from a spotless five-bedroom, four-bath home with attached two-car garage. Several living areas are

everything from beds to silverware, this ranch is truly turn-key. The seller has taken great care here, and the next owner will benefit. The buyer can add additional barns and a guest home. $565,000.

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Richards Lake Colorado v Larimer County v Fort Collins


This rare, irrigated 12-acre property with pond is only five minutes to the very active, popular and historic Old Town Fort Collins with shopping, dining, art, microbreweries, theaters, annual festivals, nightlife and more. Another few minutes puts you in the heart of the Colorado State University campus and the highly desired CSU School of Veterinary Medicine. In the other direction, you are minutes from the Poudre River Canyon and the Roosevelt National Forest. In addition, easy access to Interstate 25 and a mere 75-minute drive to Denver International Airport make this location perfect for the active family. The custom 5,200-square-foot main house with gourmet kitchen, wood and slate floors and European rolling security shutters is complemented by a luxury 2,100-square-foot, three-bedroom guest studio featuring a granite kitchen and amazing views of the Front Range Mountains from a large private deck. Fully insulated and dry walled, the custom drivethrough




radiant heat and a private bath. Additional lean-tos and equipment storage are on the property. Fully fenced and featuring a custom wrought-iron entrance gate with call function to the home for guests and deliveries, this is a true stand-alone “Estate.” Call for a complete list of Fort Collins “rankings.” $1,275,000.

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

Dave Trujillo, Partner 970 222-0340


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Moody Park Colorado v Larimer County v Fort Collins/Loveland


A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a very private retreat in desirable northern Colorado, these 160 spectacular acres at 6,900Âą feet in elevation are comprised of an incredible landscape featuring timbered pine and cedar trees, lush rolling grassy meadows, several aspen groves, many moss rock outcroppings and a small pond. The North Fork of Fish Creek runs through the entire east-west length of the property. Enjoy private access to the Roosevelt National Forest (the south and west property borders), which is something you do not find very often. There are many miles of horseback/four-wheeling trails. Depending on the season, you will see bear, mountain lion, elk, deer, moose, fox, wild turkey, owl, coyote and a number of smaller critters. The fully self-contained, three-bedroom, twobath home/cabin built in 2001 has been finished with many professional and personal touches that are sure to impress. A bonus 14-acre parcel on the opposite side of the national forest is included. This package of 174 acres and beautiful home provide enormous opportunities for ranching, hunting and all kinds of recreational opportunities while still only 40 minutes from town. Call or email for a more comprehensive information packet. $1,650,000. Please call for additional properties available, but not listed in this advertisement.

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Also known as Naples, this oceanfront legend

The Santa Barbara Ranch

is available in two configurations: 90 level acres

California v Santa Barbara County v Santa Barbara

with horse facilities for $15,000,000 or 110 acres of oceanfront and multiple parcels for $55,000,000. This pristine bluff-top land has spectacular ocean views up and down the coast. Once part of Rancho Dos Pueblos, where the Spanish first landed in California in 1542, this land is now unspoiled flatland dropping down to the beach and the blue pacific, and a large section of land between Highway 101 and the Southern Pacific tracks. The property is a portion of the planned townsite of Naples with over 120 Certificates of Compliance. The possibility of conservation easements and subsequent tax benefits is huge. Call for details.

The Murphy L Rafter Ranch

Vista Del Mundo East 798 Acres

California v San Luis Obispo Co. v Pozo

California v Santa Barbara County v Santa Barbara


This 2,485-acre tract is one of the most scenic and beautiful trophy ranches in Central


One of the largest “in town� ranches in Santa Barbara, this ranch offers convenient location, California. Adjacent to the quaint little town of panoramic ocean, island and coastline views, diverse terrain, an authentic hacienda adobe and Pozo, the ranch was an original farmstead with opportunity (family/friend compound, conservation easements) with 11 legal parcels. The land

improvements including three homes built in is ideally situated just above all the shopping, restaurants, schools and amenities of Santa Barbara the 1920s. The main draw, however, is the land and bordered on the east and the north by the Los Padres National Forest with miles of trails for itself. Topography varies from flat farmland

hiking or horses. The traditional adobe-style hacienda has a center courtyard surrounded by the and pasture to oak-covered hills and valleys. main structure, which features six bedrooms, four baths and eight fireplaces. Support structures Approximately 29 acres of vineyard are on the include a four-bedroom, two-bath employee residence, a two-bedroom two-bath employee home/ ranch, mostly planted to Syrah grapes. The office and several large metal storage buildings. $10,750,000. Salinas River winds through the southeastern portion. The land has a little bit of everything: pasture, irrigated farmland, rocks, majestic oaks,

Idyllic Vineyard Getaway

plentiful water and gorgeous views in every

143 Acres

direction. A 2,800-foot dirt airstrip, actively used

California v Santa Barbara Co. v Lompoc

by the prior owners, and paved frontage on Pozo Road provide access. $6,850,000.


Nestled in a private, quiet and peaceful valley on a level road about two miles north of Highway 246, the property has a 13-acre producing vineyard with 7 acres of Pinot Noir, 4 acres of Chardonnay and 2 acres of Syrah, all

Kerry Mormann & Associates 805 682-3242


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within the STA Rita Hills Appellation. Around 10 additional acres are level and plantable to more vines or another type of farming. The parklike oaks on the hillsides overlook the vineyard and panoramic views of the surrounding hills and peaceful valleys. There is even a glimpse of the ocean from one hill on the eastern side. In addition to the vineyard, improvements include a 3,000-square-foot barn with a mezzanine, office and a one-bedroom apartment with full kitchen, bath and living room. $2,850,000.



The magnificent oceanfront “Royal Rancho” of Santa Barbara is for sale for the first time in over 30 years. One of the largest remaining ranches along the spectacular Gaviota Coast, Dos Pueblos Ranch stretches from the Santa Ynez Mountains down to the Pacific Ocean. Along the way, Dos Pueblos Creek winds through majestic oaks and open meadows to the shore where Native Americans first spotted Spanish ships in 1542. In its present configuration, Dos Pueblos Ranch consists of 2,200 acres including a lovely private sandy beach compound, abundant agriculture with numerous native and specimen plantings, trees and orchards, 15+ homes and residences (including a five-bedroom, seven-bath “Casa Grande”), garages, barns, support structures and much, much more. Those with the resources and the vision to write the next chapter in the history of the Royal Rancho are invited to visit this priceless offering, more akin to rare art than typical real estate. This incredible ranch is available as a complete unit of 2,200 acres for $100,000,000, or the portion north of the highway separately for

Rancho Dos Pueblos


California v Santa Barbara County v Santa Barbara

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The Windance Ranch Colorado v Garfield County v Sweetwater


The Windance Ranch offers 360± acres of sweeping mountain views across its excellent pastures and numerous ponds. With Mason Creek to the south and over a million acres of the White River National Forest to the west, wildlife abounds. Elk, deer, bear and turkey are plentiful. A twobedroom log cabin currently stands on the ranch, yet numerous possibilities exist, as electricity and phone lines are already buried in the road through the ranch. With Vail and Beaver Creek roughly an hour away via state and county-maintained roads, this ranch offers convenient access, unsurpassed views, privacy and tranquility year round. If desired, additional acreage is available to create a total ranch of roughly 900± acres. $4,500,000.

The DeClark Ranch Colorado v Garfield County v Sweetwater

The VMS Parcel Colorado v Eagle County v Sweetwater


The VMS parcel encompasses 224± acres of beautiful terrain from the banks of Sweetwater Creek, through the middle pastures, to the higher elevations at the back of the parcel. Bordering BLM land on two sides, this property




possibilities with good hunting and miles of


This ranch offers a magnificent, high alpine setting with a comfortable three-bedroom custom open country to explore beyond its borders. log home overlooking a large pond and the Flattops Wilderness. Elk, deer and a variety of Electrical utilities on the parcel have been wildlife that water at the trout-stocked pond frequent the irrigated meadows. The property buried, water rights are available with a plan borders over a million acres of national forest, offering outstanding year-round hunting, to expand them, and Irrawady Creek runs fishing and recreational opportunities. $1,690,000. through the parcel on a seasonal basis. The property is easily and quickly accessible year round, with great proximity to Eagle, Gypsum and the resorts of Vail and Beaver Creek. $1,250,000.

The Stephens Ranch

A Joint Venture With Vail Resorts

Dick Kesler

Eagle Office, Eagle, CO

877 328-2550 David Campbell Bridge Street Office, Vail, CO

970 479-2018


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Colorado v Garfield County v Sweetwater

Embracing the traditions of the Old West, the 35± acres of the Stephen’s Ranch are overlooked by a comfortable four-bedroom log home with commanding views of the Flattops Wilderness and the Gore Range from its windows and wraparound deck. Senior water rights feed the lush irrigated pastures and private trout pond, making this property a perfect country retreat less than an hour from Beaver Creek and only 30 minutes from the Eagle airport and the conveniences of town. $1,000,000.


The Ranch on Sweetwater Colorado v Garfield County v Sweetwater

Graciously situated on 411¹ acres, this ranch is the crown jewel of the Sweetwater region. Sweetwater Creek runs through the northern part of the property with extensive habitat enhancement for the native trout, while numerous water rights also provide ample supply for the stocked ponds and irrigated hay meadows. The lodge and guest cabins are immaculately restored structures with historical significance, and the outbuildings have been carefully crafted to provide for an efficient operation. Bordering over a million acres of national forest and the Flattops Wilderness along its eastern side, there are incredible opportunities for hunting and riding as well. Access is easy year round via county maintained roads, with Sweetwater Lake a few minutes away and the Eagle airport, Vail and Beaver Creek all roughly within an hour’s drive. $11,500,000.

A Joint Venture With Vail Resorts

Dick Kesler

Eagle Office, Eagle, CO

800 611-1378 David Campbell Bridge Street Office, Vail, CO

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A hunter’s paradise with limitless recreation, these 1,469± pristine acres have high mountain meadows, upland grazing, springs, ponds, creeks, canyons, mesa benches, piñon pine, cedars, oaks, aspen and pine forest. A 360±acre parcel has a fully renovated cabin, trout pond, privacy and views. A 1,109±-acre parcel is a mile away. Enjoy trophy elk hunting in Unit

Glade Park Paradise

40, along with mule deer, bear and excellent turkey hunting! Acreage borders Grand Mesa

Colorado v Mesa County v Glade Park

National Forest for 1.75± miles. Little Dolores

River and Haypress Creek traverse the property. Varied topography includes elevations from 7,500' to 8,500'. Area climate is a “four season” experience with lots of blue skies and sunshine-filled days! Year-round access is within a half-mile. Worlds away in terms of privacy and 21± miles southwest of Grand Junction, this picturesque ranch has amazing character. Call Brian today! $6,000,000.

End of the Road Colorado v Mesa County v Glade Park


On Pinon Mesa/Glade Park, these 1,677± unique acres comprise a very private, beautiful lower-elevation ranch 25 miles southwest of Grand Junction. In Hunt Unit 40, known for trophy elk, mule deer, bear and excellent turkey hunting, this ranch has an adequate setup for a small livestock operation and a diverse mixture of mesa benches, irrigated meadows and pastures, sagebrush, piñons, cedars, oaks and mountain shrubbery. Enjoy 360-degree views,

year-round access and utilities. The 40± irrigated acres in hay, pasture and meadows provide great wildlife habitat! Deeded land is encompassed by thousands of acres of BLM lands. The property is encumbered with conservation easements. Call Brian today! $1,995,000.

Glade Park Mountain Acreage


Colorado v Mesa County v Glade Park

Own a piece of paradise and be only minutes from Grand Junction! These 236± beautiful mountain acres have gorgeous mountain meadows, ponderosa pine, spruce and aspen, three springs, two ponds with excellent seasonal access via JS Road and gorgeous views from the mesa bench with numerous building sites! This wildlife playground in Hunt Unit 40 has elk, deer, turkey and more.


Call Brian! $1,998,000. Possible splits.

Hidden Lakes Ranch has all the amenities of a mountain ranch, including 592± acres with numerous lakes, ponds and excellent water rights for irrigating 225± acres of the meadows and pastures, mountain meadows, upland

Brian Mason 263 Main Street • Delta, CO 81416

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Hidden Lakes Ranch Colorado v Montrose County v Delta

grazing, springs, canyons, piñons, cedars and a small percentage of aspen and spruce. In Hunt Unit 62, this recreational haven borders Uncompahgre National Forest and BLM land.

Enjoy a newer cozy cabin and you will love these views! Call Brian today. $2,495,000.

Anthracite Creek Retreat


Colorado v Gunnison County v Somerset

These 142± beautiful and pristine mountain acres bordered on three sides by the Gunnison National Forest feature two gorgeous year-round creeks, Anthracite and Coal Creeks loaded with trout, nine trout ponds and three spawning areas! The property has a nice mix of mature spruce, aspen and open meadows along with incremental elevation changes. Along with the exceptional fishing, enjoy the superb abundance of wildlife: elk deer, bear, turkey, waterfowl and much more. In an exceptionally private and secluded setting, yet it offers year-round access. There are electric and telephone services, a custom/remodeled three-bedroom home, an oversized garage and an 800±-square-foot studio apartment. This is the perfect retreat! Call Brian. $4,950,000.


Just north of Cedaredge, these 1,577± mountain acres (30± irrigated) include three year-round creeks, beautiful alpine forests with aspen, spruce, mountain meadows and oaks in lower elevations. Highway 65 for year ‘round access. Enjoy gorgeous 360-degree views and excellent elk, deer, bear and turkey hunting in Hunt Units 411 and 52. The ranch has a cozy hunter’s cabin with electricity and great development potential.

Hunter’s Retreat

The seller is a licensed Colorado Realtor. Call

Colorado v Delta County v Cedaredge

Brian today! $7,950,000.


Paradise and privacy—that’s how you’ll come to view this incredible ranch. Sweetly nestled in Harts Basin, a beautiful area for trophy mule deer, elk, pheasant, quail, chukar and waterfowl, this 1,871± acres south of Cedaredge is currently a working cow/calf operation (400 AUMs) and an excellent hunting property. You will enjoy seeing the wildlife right out your back door! The ranch includes a U.S. Forest Service permit, 220± irrigated acres and yearround live water. The beautiful terrain offers meadows, draws, irrigated fields of hay and hills of dry pasture with a steep portion on the upper end. Offering a manager’s home,

Harts Basin Ranch

working pens, calving barn and shop, the ranch has excellent development potential

Colorado v Delta County v Eckert

and end-of-the-road privacy! $4,950,000.


A hunter’s playground, these 720± acres of wildlife lie just off old Highway 90. Only 20 minutes to Montrose and in big game Hunt Unit 62, the property borders thousands of BLM acres and features abundant pinion, juniper, aspen and spruce. Enjoy endless recreational opportunities, springs, ponds, a small hunting cabin and incredible views. A year-round creek borders the property to the east on BLM land. Call Brian today! $1,495,000.

Recreational Paradise Colorado v Montrose Co. v Montrose

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The current owners have been in business for 24 years. These 83Âą acres can handle about 250 greyhounds or could be used for other animals. Numerous buildings include a beautiful 3,025-square-foot farmhouse with four bedrooms, three and a half baths, a family room, formal rooms and a full basement and

Premier Greyhound Farm

a second three-bedroom, two-bath home.

Kansas v Dickinson County v Solomon

incentives to the buyer. $1,300,000.

The seller will provide training and possible

Premier Horse Property


Montana v Madison County v Ennis

Near Yellowstone, these 129 acres offer privacy and all-season access, a 2,320-square-foot home with private guest quarters and an indoor riding arena with tack room and wash rack. All fenced and cross-fenced, the property has no covenants or use restrictions. $1,250,000.

Custom Adobe New Mexico v Rio Arriba County v Chama


Set on 25 acres with spectacular 360-degree views of the surrounding mountains and valley, this property has a three-bedroom, three-bath home with kiva fireplace, south-facing deck to watch the elk, deer and other wildlife and a year-round greenhouse for the gardener in the family. $775,000.

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Luxury Mountain Estate


California v Butte County v Oroville

Secluded, gated and minutes to a popular lake, these 61 acres feature a 4,008-square-foot home with four bedrooms, two and a half baths, a gourmet kitchen, office, workout room, game room and more. Enjoy a large fish-stocked pond and room for a helicopter pad. $649,000.


Featuring excellent hunting, these 1,082 acres in Surprise Valley offer a true Western lifestyle with an additional 568 acres of contiguous BLM leased land for a total of 1,650 acres. The ranch has 230 acres of improved upland pasture, 300 acres of irrigated pasture from four large springs and 112 acres in wheat grass and dryland alfalfa with the balance in rangeland. All water originates here and does not have to be shared. A four-bedroom, two-bath home complements the barns, scale house and much more. $1,945,000.

The Springs Ranch California v Modoc County v Ft. Bidwell

Highwood Ranch Montana v Cascade County v Belt


Offering lots of wildlife, these 922 acres feature high mountain peaks and plunging valleys, ideal for a recreational ranch. Two creeks meander through the ranch, which borders BLM on two sides and state land on the others. A two-bedroom, one-bath ranch house complements two barns. $2,499,000.

200-Acre Ranch Colorado v Chaffee County v Buena Vista


This historic ranch has been in the same family for over 50 years and was originally used to grow lettuce. It could easily be used for organic farming. There is pasture for horses or cattle and abundant wildlife. The adjoining 400 acres are available and include water rights. $1,900,000.

Incredible Opportunity


Colorado v Rio Grande County v South Fork

Just a short drive to a golf course and ski area, these 88+ acres offer 6/10 of a mile of Rio Grande River frontage and a log-sided home with three bedrooms, two baths and a deck with hot tub and views of the mountains and river. This has been a vacation rental bringing in $25,000 per year. $1,750,000.

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McDonald Island Ranch Price reduced by $1,000,000

South Fork Ten Mile River Ranch

California v San Joaquin County v Stockton


The 944-acre McDonald Island Ranch has it all: recreation, agriculture and hunting. On an island in the heart of delta duck hunting, the ranch features 155 acres of Cabernet vines, 322 farmland acres and a 150-foot dock. Just off the San Joaquin


California v Mendocino County v Fort Bragg

About three hours from the San Francisco Bay Area that includes a scenic drive through the redwoods and wine country, this 468±-acre ranch lies about six miles north of Fort Bragg, the biggest coastal town on the Northern California coast with 7,000 residents. This ranch is exquisite with ocean views, beach access, over three miles of river frontage, horseback riding trails, redwood forest, harvestable

Channel near Tinsley Island, the property offers

timber, meadows for cows and horses and 10 cabins. A ranch like this, with endless possibilities,

great duck hunting and a clubhouse with two

rarely comes on the market. There is approval for a 20-unit Ten Mile Inn with ocean views and direct

buildings totaling 4,450 square feet with eight

beach access. The 10 cabins can produce income or be converted into a great family compound. Ride

bedrooms, four baths and beautiful views of the

your horses from the ranch to the beach. The three miles of river frontage have steelhead, trout and

delta and Mt. Diablo. $3,900,000.

salmon. Come see this spectacular ranch and the wonders of the California coast. $5,290,000.


Offering 5,480 deeded acres surrounded by thousands of acres of public land Rancho Cortina lies just 115 miles north of San Francisco. Enrolled in the Williamson Act, this recreational dream runs 250 pair and has great blacktail deer, turkey, bear, pig, quail and dove hunting. The ranch features a great road system, springs, 20+ ponds, a cowboy

Rancho Cortina

cabin, a 50 gpm solar well and miles of blue line creeks. $5,250,000.

California v Colusa County v Arbuckle

Diamond Back Ranch California v Tehama County v Paskenta

Todd Renfrew–Broker/Owner Kathy Hayden • Donna Utterback Curtis Stocking • CeCi Dale-Cesmat Rita Parsons • CeCe Short • Scott Ulch Todd Dye • Rich Callison 707 Merchant Street, Suite 100 Vacaville, CA 95688

707 455-4444 • 707 455-0455 fax


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Enrolled in the Williamson Act, these 3,243 deeded acres are surrounded by 913,000 acres of the Mendocino National Forest, just 25 miles from Red Bluff. This classic Cabela’s Trophy Property with Boone & Crockett blacktail deer, trophy black bear, pig, turkey, quail and dove features year-round streams, ponds, a 3,600-square-foot home with granite countertops, a caretaker’s home, barns, shops and a shooting range. $5,749,000.


This contiguous 10,000±-deeded-acre Green Valley ranch is a beautiful sight to behold. Only 161 miles from San Francisco, this ranch is your classic California ranchero, featuring a 5,000-square-foot main home, two caretaker’s homes, shops, barns, 150 irrigated acres, big reservoirs with great bass fishing (the largest 40+ acres), year-round creeks and miles of good ranch roads. Offering great blacktail deer, black bear, wild boar, turkey, quail, dove and predator hunting, this recreational dream ranch lies in the heart of Tule elk country—to hear them bugling

Green Valley Ranch

is a sound you will never forget. Green Valley Ranch is a great candidate for a Rocky Mountain

California v Glenn County v Stonyford

Elk Foundation easement. $10,000,000.


On spring-fed Eastman Lake, Lava Creek Lodge lies just downstream from the headwaters of Lava Creek and on one of the largest freshwater spring systems in the world (and the largest in the United States). The Lodge boasts access to 28+ miles of world-class fly-fishing and prime waterfowl habitat. The main lodge has eight attached rooms, a caretaker’s quarters and a great room. Eight detached cabins, a boat launch, dock, shop and trap shooting area complete the package. Seasonal wetlands, springs and ponds accent this 44-acre property within a stone’s

Lava Creek Lodge

throw of 6,000-acre Ahjumawi Lava Springs State Park. $3,450,000.

California v Shasta Co. v Fall River Mills


Just 17 miles from Red Bluff, this historic 5,844±-acre ranch run 500 pair and offers three and a half miles of year-round Elder Creek, 12 ponds (three over 3 acres in size) and rolling oak grasslands for great wildlife habitat. Wildlife includes blacktail deer, wild pig, turkey, quail, dove, predator hunting and the occasional bear. Enrolled in the Williamson

The Black Ranch

Act, the ranch has a house, barn and corral. Owner financing is available. $7,000,000.

California v Tehama County v Corning

Todd Renfrew–Broker/Owner

Bulson Ranch


California v Plumas County v Blackwourth

Surrounded by the Sierra Nevada Mountain Ranges, this ultimate 1,630-acre recreational ranch has great waterfowl hunting, summer cattle grazing and the headwaters of the middle

Kathy Hayden • Donna Utterback Curtis Stocking • CeCi Dale-Cesmat Rita Parsons • CeCe Short • Scott Ulch Todd Dye • Rich Callison 707 Merchant Street, Suite 100 Vacaville, CA 95688

707 455-4444 • 707 455-0455 fax

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Six Shooter Ranch New Mexico v Catron County v Pie Town


Six Shooter Ranch is an elk haven comprised of 12,760 deeded acres along the southern fringe of the Colorado Plateau and against the flank of the Sawtooth Mountains. The “gun barrel” of the ranch, measuring nine miles long by one mile wide, is traversed by Alamocito Creek and adjoins the Cibola National Forest for the entire distance. Enjoy a tidy headquarters, remodeled residence, hogan, log cabin, walk-in cooler, game-processing area, barns and stock pens. Additional deeded acreage can be assembled. $490 per acre.


Just minutes from Sumner Lake State Park and the Pecos River Flyway, this affordable, lowoverhead gentleman’s farm has 162 acres with 127 water right acres and a pivot sprinkler. This neat, tidy and easy-to-operate wheat and cattle outfit has a Griffin residence, Morton barn and buried utilities—all in excellent condition. $450,000.

Keith L. Schrimsher P.O. Box 802 • Roswell, NM 88202

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Los Chaparrales Ranch New Mexico v Luna County v Silver City


Secluded, yet near the amenities of Silver City and Deming, this beautiful ranch within the southern reach of the Mimbres River Basin is a stunning 1,789-acre desert oasis with two miles of pristine River Bosque with her massive sycamores and cottonwoods. The bottomland is an ocean of grass flanked by upland desert rangeland. This habitat is a refuge for wildlife and a nursery for mule deer. This pretty little ranch has 1,389 deeded acres, water rights and heavenly views of mountain ranges and Cooks Peak. $1,800,000.

Mimbres Mountain Ranch New Mexico v Grant County v Silver City


Searching for investments? With 1,700+ acres, Mimbres Mountain Ranch has enough land to fit your needs. Overlooking the scenic Mimbres River Valley, 30 miles east of Silver City and at the gateway to the Gila National Forest, this fully developed working ranch offers 42-acre tracts or the entire ranch. Mimbres Mountain Ranch has the most stunning long-range views of the area, observing Cooks Peak, the Kneeling Nunn, Mimbres Valley and numerous mountains. You will

Keith L. Schrimsher

have full access to the ranch and can be active or inactive in a grass-fed cattle ranch operation.

P.O. Box 802 • Roswell, NM 88202

Tracts priced at $2,950 per acre. Call for a private showing. Be prepared to make an offer because you will love what you see! Broker-owned.

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Deer Valley Ranch California v Monterrey County v San Miguel


Following nearly 50 years of ownership by one family, Deer Valley Ranch is now available. North of Paso Robles—the heart of the Central Coast Wine Region—Deer Valley is the only

ranch of such considerable size on the Central Coast market today. The ranch comprises 10,884.41± contiguous acres of scenic hillsides, open meadows and oak woodlands. In addition to endless recreational advantages and abundant wildlife, this expansive property offers picturesque views of canyons, ridges and sweeping valleys among seasonal riparian corridors, creeks and springs. This working cattle ranch affords the buyer a true turn-key opportunity with multiple homes, barns, agricultural buildings, corrals, paved airstrip, hangar and farm equipment. Preservation of this exceptional ranch will be sustained through an agricultural conservation easement, which will be placed on the ranch at close of escrow. $9,800,000. **BMT Ranch and Deer Valley Ranch adjoin on Deer Valley’s southern border and are complementary of each other.**

Stanuseich Ranch and Rancho Serrano California v San Luis Obispo County v San Luis Obispo

Clark Company Pete Clark 1031 Pine Street • Paso Robles, CA 93446

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Hidden in the astounding Irish Hills, the spectacular 1,915±-acre Stanuseich and Serrano Ranches boast views of the Pacific Ocean, Morro Bay and the Los Osos Valley. The majestic rolling hills, studded with oak trees, provide exceptional grazing land. Presenting stunning building sites with uncompromised views, this unique offering is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for ranching or potential development of 21 certificated parcels. Stanuseich Ranch: $3,750,000; Rancho Serrano: $6,275,000.

Tonini Ranch California San Luis Obispo County v San Luis Obispo


Tonini Ranch enjoys spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and Morro Rock, with the Los Osos Valley as a backdrop. The 637± acres consist of 140± fertile, irrigated acres that produce sugar peas, garbanzo beans and hay; the balance produces native range grasses and a natural forest of various trees. The ranch has three cattle pastures and a recently modernized 1908 home with three bedrooms and two baths. Three wells and a pond provide water for livestock, irrigation and domestic use. $5,500,000.

Oak Ridge Ranch

Photo by David Gubernick California v Monterey Co. v Carmel Valley


Less than 30 miles from Carmel and Pebble Beach, Oak Ridge Ranch is a rare, historic Spanish Land Grant estate in one of California’s most sought-after communities. With panoramic views spreading across her 6,375± acres, the ranch represents a classically beautiful setting with creeks, springs, private valleys and oakstudded hillsides. Oak Ridge Ranch runs up to 400 cows, but also offers potential for a vineyard or corporate retreat. Extensive improvements include an exquisite main residence, guest/ manager homes, comprehensive road system and functional horse facilities. $33,000,000.

BMT Ranch California v Monterey County v San Miguel


Surrounded by mountains and valleys, BMT Ranch offers an outstanding opportunity to purchase a working horse and alfalfa ranch with abundant water in California’s Central Coast Wine Region. Encompassing 891± acres, this historic thoroughbred ranch is complemented by

Clark Company Pete Clark

multiple residences, numerous outbuildings, wells, barns and equestrian facilities, including

1031 Pine Street • Paso Robles, CA 93446

a track. The ranch has 150± acres of planted alfalfa, including acreage suitable for potential

805 238-7110 office 805 238-1324 fax

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Featuring a gorgeous four-bedroom, five-bath, 3,550-square-foot, one-level home, the property offers 100± flood-irrigated acres that can run around 100 head year round. The home features an in-ground pool with a beautiful waterfall, a decorative steel security gate to protect the property and Vinyl fencing that surrounds and separates the property into three fields. A crow’s nest overlooks the Columbia River and Horse Heaven Hills. There is a machine shed, stallion barn and another barn/shop. A year-

Finest Eastern Oregon Homestead Oregon v Morrow County v Boardman

round creek meanders through the property, and a large pond is perfect for fishing. The golf course sits right next door, and the Columbia River is only a stone’s throw away. One of the premier places for entertaining, the family room/bar room has a full bar with copper sink, fridge and wine cooler, hardwiring for a home theater and a fireplace to die for! The state-of-the-art kitchen has maple and mahogany, stainless steel appliances, a double oven, an island with a refrigerated produce keeper and so much more. The master bedroom has a large walk-in closet, sitting room and master bath with walk-in double shower and large Jacuzzi/spa tub. The home and property have too many amenities to list. Built to uphold the highest standards, it is truly one of the finest homesteads in eastern Oregon. $1,295,000. RMLS# 808585.

Fantastic Vineyard Potential Oregon v Wheeler County v Kimberly


Three miles west of the Kimberly Orchards, these 46.41 acres feature 18± solid-set irrigated acres from the main John Day River, and not a single improvement is needed. Well maintained and in incredible condition, the property has beautiful views and a large swimming hole just below the house with a boat launch and 3,000 feet of John Day River frontage. Built in 1993, a stick-built custom home has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,350 square feet of living space with vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, solid wood cabinets and three kinds of heat. The two-car detached garage (1,040 square feet) has an office, meat cutting room and additional heated living spaces. The farmer’s dream shop (36' by 40') is heated and cooled with three machine storage bays (20' by 36'). Deer fencing surrounds the

orchard, garden, yard and hay storage areas. Drip irrigation and solid set irrigation ensure easy maintenance. Enjoy great bass, catfish and steelhead fishing. Frequented by elk and deer, the property is bordered to the north by 21 acres that have been partitioned into a second building site and can be purchased separately for $195,000. The remaining 25 acres along the river can be purchased separately for $549,500. RMLS# 9044359.

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61± Acres of Unlimited Potential Oregon v Umatilla County v Pendleton


South of The Pendleton country club, these 61.07 rolling acres include power, a three-party domestic well agreement, three-party irrigation water agreement and phone and cable available. Water rights • are included if improved in the next four years. $249,995. RMLS# 10009014.


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Breathtaking Mountaintop Views Oregon v Umatilla County v Milton Freewater


Custom Home on the John Day River Oregon v Grant County v Ritter


Built in 2000 on an incredible 160 partially

This 3,450-acre ranch borders the Forest Service in the foothills of Oregon’s Blue Mountain timbered acres overlooking the John Day Range with views of Milton Freewater and Walla Walla. Recreation includes deer, elk, bear River, this 3,448-square-foot, three-bedroom, and bird hunting, mushroom picking and fishing in the North Fork of the Walla Walla River. two- and one-half-bath home sits on Eight Cattle grazing, good timber and grass ground and spectacular mountaintop views make this Mile Creek and the Middle Fork of the John ranch one of a kind. $4,900,000. RMLS# 9015707.

Day River. The home features log siding, handstamped concrete, Internet and TV satellite service, huge lit covered decks, a new kitchen with custom maple cabinets with pullouts, new paint throughout, monitored security system and tons of storage. The property has two large orchard/garden deer-fenced areas (one irrigated with cherry, peach, plum, apple and pear trees), two springs providing house and irrigation water, two large storage tanks, 1,000 ponderosa pines planted in 2005 and 2006 and a pond with waterfall. There is also another fixer home on the property for guests. This is one of eastern Oregon’s finest recreation/retirement properties and would

Spectacular Eastern Oregon Views

make a great lodge or just a fine home. Enjoy

Oregon v Umatilla County v Pilot Rock

shop/four-car garage and abundant wildlife:


Enjoy the best views in eastern Oregon! An exceptional ponderosa pine log home, built in 1998, sits on 15 irrigated acres. The 2,514-square-foot, ranch-style home has four bedrooms

a state-of-the-art greenhouse, 792-square-foot deer, elk, grouse, turkey, geese, duck and quail. $549,000. RMLS# 10015199.

and three baths; abundant windows with spectacular views; vaulted ceilings over the living room, kitchen and dining room; a covered porch; and solid-set sprinklers with a good well. A mother-in-law apartment is included. $399,995. RMLS# 8063093.

10-Acre Oregon Orchard Oregon v Umatilla Co. v Milton Freewater







features Fujis and Braeburns, as well as a wind machine and solid-set irrigation. It will be delivered as a buildable site. This site has great vineyard potential! In the Walla Walla Appellation. $195,000. RMLS# 10007669.

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Shadow Creek Ranch Homesites


Colorado v Summit County v Silverthorne

Dramatically reduced, these 70+-acre homesites lie within one of Colorado’s quintessential mountain ranches. Build your dream custom home along the pristine meadows, ridges, streams and ponds of Shadow Creek Ranch, a shared-interest, master-planned ranch. The ranch covers 6,000 acres and offers residents the excitement and amenities of a mountain ranch lifestyle without the upkeep and responsibilities of running a private ranch. Enjoy horseback riding and hiking on countless trails throughout the ranch and the adjoining 130,000-acre Eagles Nest Wilderness Area. Fly-fish on 22+ ponds and the Blue River. Hunt for trophy elk and mule deer with professional guides. Receive riding lessons and training at the fully operational equestrian center, and invite guests to stay in one of the five fully equipped cabins. In the heart of Summit County, these magnificent lots are just minutes from the ski resorts of Breckenridge and Vail and less than two hours from Denver International Airport. This breathtaking collection of land, amenities and location provides the ultimate setting for a lifetime of memories. Save 50% previously listed at $2,650,000 and now offered at $1,299,000!

Fuller Scott Franklund 1500 28th Street • Boulder, CO 80303

303 440-4999 phone 303 818-8588 cell


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Autumn Hill Equestrian Farm Colorado v Boulder County v Boulder


Nestled in the foothills just outside of the emergent city of Boulder, Autumn Hill Equestrian Farm is one of America’s premier dressage riding schools with one of the largest children’s programs in the country. Beyond any equestrian facility of its kind, the 97-acre farm has pushed the limits of the expected and created an unforgettable paradise. This spectacular farm has been fully outfitted with state-of-the-art appointments for the avid and passionate equestrian. With years of stewardship, the owners have overlooked no detail in the construction of the riding arenas, and all of the ranch elements are set up to continue the school’s legacy. The property comes fully equipped with elaborate barns, executive offices, tack rooms, an indoor riding arena, two outdoor arenas, a large and flat grass jumping field, expansive doublefenced pastures, sand turnout paddocks, a wash stall, two public restrooms, a shower and laundry room. In addition to the historically landmarked farmhouse and cottage currently built, there exists a development right for the construction of a principle residence and other related structures. $9,850,000.

Fuller Scott Franklund 1500 28th Street • Boulder, CO 80303

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Two Dogs Too Colorado v La Plata County v Durango


On 38 acres in La Plata’s North County, this ranch incorporates 1,200 feet of Animas River frontage. Recently remodeled in a rustic farmhouse design, the 6,000±-square-foot main house features a large living room with massive wood-burning stone fireplace, walk-behind bar, wine cellar and a study with river rock gas fireplace. The 1,200-square-foot guesthouse with a two-car garage and a detached five-car/ toy garage with a large work room, dog shower, heated sports equipment area, craft/potting shed room, exercise room and large storeroom area complete the package. $5,750,000.

Merriman Ranch


Colorado v La Plata County v La Plata

In the Pine River Valley, these 100 meticulously groomed acres offer lush hayfields supported by exceptional water rights that keep the two side-roll and pivot sprinklers running all season long. The 3,300-square-foot home was completely remodeled with a great room, dining room, master suite and library on the main level plus two additional bedroom suites. A full-size roping/riding arena complements a nine-stall barn with caretaker’s residence and bunkroom, as well as a breeding barn. $3,750,000.

Equestrian Ranchette Colorado v La Plata County v Bayfield

Linda Crowther 700 Main Avenue Durango, CO 81301

970 375-3245


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Completely surrounded by conservation easements, this 25-acre horse property offers plenty of irrigation and beautiful pastures. Set on a private county road, this farmhousestyle home has 3,000 square feet, five bedrooms, two and a half baths, hardwood flooring, two wood-burning fireplaces, a covered porch and plenty of sunlight. This fenced and crossfenced property has a 10-stall horse barn, heated tack room and wash station and large hay/ equipment barn with loft. $779,000.

Cottonwood Springs Ranch Colorado v La Plata County v Durango


Twenty minutes from the historic town of Durango, this fully equipped 540-acre luxury estate and horse ranch sits at an elevation of 7,500 feet in a private east/west valley with plentiful sun and ideal weather patterns. Amenities include a 6,000-square-foot main residence,








5,000-square-foot ranch operations center. Additional buildings include a filly barn, colt barn, mare hotel, two historic barns, an operating room with intensive care stall, a modern lab, 120-foot cutting pen and cattle facilities, over 50 stalls and 13 renovated pastures. All pastures have heated Hoskins water units, electricity and water. Other improvements include 13 loafing sheds/ barns; an outdoor arena (160' by 80'); a 60foot, six-bay horse exerciser and much more. Visit Colisted with RMA brokers. $12,000,000.

Linda Crowther 700 Main Avenue Durango, CO 81301

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Little Diamond Ranch Wyoming v Johnson County v Linch


Offering some of the finest elk, mule deer and antelope hunting available in Wyoming, these 1,200 acres have been carefully managed to improve wildlife habitat and provide refuge for

Houston Creek Ranch

trophy mule deer, elk and pronghorn antelope.

Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance

with wooded hillsides that descend into big

This premier Black Hills land has over three miles of Houston Creek winding through. The

draws and rolling pastures, the ranch currently

property consists of 1,835 deeded acres and 280 leased acres. Excellent wildlife habitat has

qualifies for landowner elk tags. Several excellent

On the north end of the Pine Ridge formation


mule deer, elk, wild turkey, sharp-tail grouse and trophy whitetail deer. The ranch’s centerpiece home/cabin sites in the woods offer long-range is Macumba Lake, a pretty 8-acre lake perfect for stocking your own private fishing. Beaver views. Just an hour from Casper with about two dams, natural springs, wells and reservoirs lie throughout the ranch. From the pretty creek miles of Highway 387 frontage, this property has bottoms and pristine valleys to the timbered hills and rocky canyon rims, this picturesque

excellent hunting, seclusion, year-round access

location is a special place to be enjoyed in all seasons. $6,100,000.

and a scenic Wyoming panorama. $1,460,000.


Within a 30-minute drive of Hot Springs and Angostura Reservoir, this southern Black Hills ranch offers live water, picturesque views, good improvements and abundant wildlife including

Cheyenne Canyon Ranch South Dakota v Fall River County v Hot Springs

elk, deer, antelope and turkey. These 7,100 acres feature over four miles of the Cheyenne River running through the ranch. Awesome rock cliffs overlook the cottonwood-lined river bottoms. Other terrain characteristics include pine- and cedar-covered hills, rolling fields, deep draws and secluded canyons. A new water line has greatly enhanced the wildlife habitat. A custom-crafted log home, designed for luxury entertaining, complements two


This Wyoming mountain property lies on the

additional residences, a shop, several barns

western side of the Bear Lodge Mountains. Off

and corrals. $7,900,000.

the beaten path close to Black Hills National Forest access and snowmobile trails, these 280 acres offer a creek, seclusion, gorgeous scenery and habitat for elk, deer and turkey. Landowner

Jim Pederson 505 W. Main Street • Newcastle, WY 82701


South Fork Retreat Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance

elk tags possible. Hills covered with pine, aspen and bur oak surround a hidden valley with the South Fork of Miller Creek running through the meadow. Willows are scattered along the creek

307 746-2083

bottoms, and a plethora of wildflowers add the finishing touch to this gorgeous landscape. Enjoy this

great spot for a recreational retreat, summer cabin or hunting camp. $770,000.

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Tower View Ranch Wyoming v Crook County v Devils Tower


This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to own a ranch near Devils Tower. These 1,008 acres have spectacular views of Devils Tower, the Missouri Buttes, the Belle Fourche River Valley and the Black Hills. Excellent development potential includes two miles of Highway 24 frontage and five highway approaches. The big rolling fields, rocky canyons and pine- and oak-covered hills provide perfect habitat for whitetail deer and turkey. The ranch is on a high plateau with one of the best views of the Devils Tower. Do not miss this very unique opportunity rich in Western history with tremendous prospects for future generations. $6,050,000.

Bull Cedar Ranch Wyoming Natrona & Converse Counties v Midwest


This large Wyoming ranch in good cattle

Wonder View Ranch Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance

country offers world-class elk, mule deer and pronghorn antelope hunting. Offering 41,519 deeded acres, 4,762 state leased acres and 15,799 BLM acres, this 62,080-acre ranch is a sportsman’s haven with trophy mule deer, elk and antelope, along with turkey and sage grouse. In addition to qualifying for landowner elk tags, the ranch has two residences, a hunting lodge, cabin, two sets of shipping pens with scales, good outbuildings and corrals. North of Casper and an hour from


An amazing Black Hills setting with 2,486 deeded acres and 200 acres state lease, this property is blue ribbon trout fishing, the terrain ranges between Sundance and Devils Tower. The ranch has highway frontage and incredible wildlife habitat from rolling prairie pastures to steep wooded with a good feed base, natural water holes and plentiful cover. Elk, whitetail deer and Merriam turkey hills with pine and cedar. Major drainages call the area home. Varied terrain includes high plateaus with 360-degree, top-of-the-world views. include Big Bull Cedar, Little Bull Cedar, Deep draws, rolling hay meadows, secluded canyons and steep hills with pine, oak and cedar make Salt Creek, 7L, Gillum Draw and Bobcat. the landscape an inspirational scene. The recreational possibilities are limitless. $5,750,000.

Multiple reservoirs, springs and water wells lie throughout. As one of the largest ranches available for purchase in Wyoming at this time, Bull Cedar Ranch combines exceptional hunting, open vistas, seclusion and a lowoverhead ranch operation. $19,950,000.

Wind Creek Ranch


Wyoming v Weston County v Upton

In the rolling grasslands of northeastern Wyoming, this 3,039-deeded-acre working ranch has a grazing permit for 242 AUMs. About 760 acres are harvested for hay. A water well with pipeline system distributes water to several strategically placed water tanks. Rolling terrain with some big rough draws provide natural livestock protection. Good ranch headquarters buildings include a newer home, Morton shop, calving barn, loafing shed, fence-line feed alley, overhead grain bin,

Jim Pederson

corrals and weaning pens. The progressive owner has installed a wind turbine that helps provide

505 W. Main Street • Newcastle, WY 82701

“green” electricity for the ranch. In a first-rate antelope and mule deer hunting area southwest of

307 746-2083

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Martin Ranch Wyoming v Niobrara County v Lance Creek


In Lance Creek, this picturesque 7,078-deededacre ranch (360 BLM acres) is well watered with intermittent creeks, springs, reservoirs and three windmills. The diverse terrain ranges from scattered pine and cedar to rolling plains—a perfect habitat for plentiful trophy mule deer. $1,924,000.

Cedar Canyon Ranch Wyoming v Niobrara County v Lance Creek


Offering county road frontage and power on the property, these 2,200 deeded acres feature 320 leased acres, a broad spectrum of wildlife, including trophy mule deer and lots of canyons and pine and cedar trees. $1,000,000.


PJ Bar Ranch consists of 240± acres (28± BLM acres), 210 acres irrigated by three pivots, 172 acres of water rights from Pathfinder Irrigation Ditch ($4,472 per year or $26 per acre) and two old priority irrigation wells. Outbuildings include a shop (80' by 40'), calving shed, tack barn, well house, 125 feet of concrete-bottom wood bunks, 160 feet of concrete bunks and

PJ Bar Ranch Wyoming v Goshen County v Torrington

a completely remodeled and immaculate home with 3,000 square feet, three bedrooms and two baths. $840,000. Bring all offers!


Three miles northwest of Hawk Springs, these 240± acres offer 206.4 acres of Horse Creek water rights. A full set of improvements include a garage (40' by 60'), a barn (40' by 60'), a shed (10' by 40') and a four-bedroom, one-bath home with 960 square feet above ground and a 480-square-foot basement). $325,000.

Newman Realty 215 East 20th Avenue Torrington, WY 82240

307 532-7131 • 800 658-4431


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Guest Ranch Wyoming v Goshen County v Hawk Springs

Rice Ranch


Wyoming v Laramie County v Cheyenne

Featuring 910Âą acres, Rice Ranch offers lots of sub-irrigated pasture. Crow Creek Meadows runs through the property, providing lots of live water and towering cottonwood and willow trees. $2,602/acre or $2,440,000.








1,480-deeded-acre ranch (280 state lease and 80 BLM acres) is completely watered by creeks, springs and beaver dams. A creek, home to plentiful fish, meanders through the ranch, creating large subirrigated meadows. A variety of wildlife, including elk, mule deer, antelope, bobcat, mountain lion and coyotes inhabits the ranch. Numerous canyons and draws offer shelter and cover for livestock and wildlife. A newly constructed, classic

Three Mile Creek Ranch

log cabin offers a private, secluded location at the end of a scenic valley. Co-listed with Mason &

Wyoming v Laramie County v Iron Mountain

Morse Ranch Company. $1,050,000.

Ghost Canyon Ranch


Wyoming v Platte County v Guernsey

Offering 345 acres in the picturesque Box Canyon, Ghost Canyon Ranch includes an indoor arena with attached barn (60' by 196') with oak box stalls and tack area with sandfloor arena. A great horse property, the ranch has a new and immaculate four-bedroom, three-bath home with an oversized two-car attached garage. Additional improvements include a Quonset building and an old log structure (17' by 20'). $848,000.


Located two miles from Morrill on an oil road, these 81 acres offer Pathfinder Irrigation District water; a completely renovated, twobedroom, two-bath home; mature trees; a roping arena; barn; pipe pens; and a small bunkhouse. $390,000.

Newman Realty

Allison Horse Farm Nebraska v Scotts Bluff County v Morrill

215 East 20th Avenue Torrington, WY 82240

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Mountain Ranch Estate Wyoming v Teton County v Jackson


Situated prominently on 15 lush acres of pastureland with 360-degree vistas, this refined Western family estate offers all the amenities one would expect in a fine equestrian ranch compound. Adjacent to pristine ranchlands, the setting for this private retreat is nothing short of spectacular, yet a mere 10 minutes from the

town of Jackson. A single-level, custom main house with 5,000¹ square feet features three bedrooms (two master suites), a professional-grade chef’s kitchen, music room, home theater with built-in bar and high-end finishes throughout. An aerated pond stocked with native cutthroat trout separates the impeccably designed two-bedroom, two-bath guesthouse from the main residence. Additional improvements include a garage with living space above, third garage/storage barn with attached corral and horse stalls, extensive post and rail fencing and professionally maintained landscaping with mature trees and native plants. $5,475,000.

River Dance Montana v Madison County v Ennis


River Dance is one of very few properties privileged to be situated on the banks of the world-

Richard Lewis Lewis, Lewis & Kleiman Associate Brokers

in 2008, meticulous details include knotty alder doors and trim, granite and marble countertops, tile, hickory floors, custom distressed cabinetry and all-new appliances. A towering floor-to-ceiling rock fireplace with massive reclaimed timber mantel is the focal point of the living and dining

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

area. Each of the three bedrooms, the office and the living/dining area offer direct river views.

307 690-8855 877 739-8021

The spacious deck provides ample space for entertaining and lounging, while upper bedrooms


famous Madison River, known for its blue ribbon trout fishery, in the town of Ennis. Remodeled

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and office decks provide a quiet sanctuary for relaxing while listening to the gentle riffles of the Madison River. Mature stands of blue spruce and aspens help create a peaceful environment. Priced below appraised value. $998,000.

Little Jennie Ranch Wyoming v Sublette County v Bondurant


There are very few left, and even fewer of this caliber—the 3,016-acre Little Jennie Ranch in Sublette County, a short drive south of the resort community of Jackson Hole, personifies true Western culture. Nestled in the foothills of the snowcapped Gros Ventre Mountain Range, the ranch is surrounded and protected by Teton National Forest and three magnificent mountain

ranges. The surreal 360-degree view of mountainous landscapes and wide-open spaces make one feel as though on the set of a classic Western movie. Add miles of quality trout fishing streams and vast rolling meadows punctuated by aspen and fir stands, and you have all the ingredients for the perfect Rocky Mountain ranch. A top-notch cattle operation since the 1950s, the ranch is blessed with highly productive land, excellent water rights and valuable grazing allotments. Built by Jack Kranenberg in the mid 1950s, a classic two-story, 4,000-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bath log residence sits at the heart of the ranch headquarters. An additional 12 cabins/houses are scattered throughout the ranch. Together, the ranch and its surroundings are a vast outdoor playground with seemingly endless recreational opportunities. Miles and miles of Dell Creek and Jack Creek flow through the Little Jennie and each are fantastic fisheries for native cutthroat trout. A hunter’s paradise, herds of elk, moose, Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep and mule deer call the ranch and it’s surrounding forest home. The magnificent and immediately adjacent national forest boasts some of the region’s best terrain for snowmobiling in winter and provides limitless opportunities for hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Within comfortable reach lie two ski resorts: the world-famous Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village and the intimate White Pine Resort in Pinedale. Price upon request. The Little Jennie is truly the “quintessential Wyoming ranch.”

Richard & Edie Lewis Lewis, Lewis & Kleiman Associate Brokers Jackson Hole, Wyoming

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Diamond X Ranch California v Tehama County v Vina Plains


This 9,500-acre reputation native pasture ranch fronts Highway 99E with access to county roads on three sides. The ranch is fenced into eight fields with five reservoirs and numerous seasonal creeks that provide adequate stock water in every field. The historical stocking rate has been 800 fall pairs for the season. Gentle terrain provides excellent yearling feed as well. A beautiful, new 2,500-square-foot hillside home overlooks the ranch. $7,400,000.


Here is a rare opportunity to own a 127-acre ranch that joins the Pacific Ocean. The ranch encompasses five parcels and lies totally within the city limits of Point Arena. The property is zoned Agricultural Exclusive (AE) with a 20-acre minimum size. The western boundary is a mile of frontage on the Pacific with spectacular cliffs, ocean accessibility and absolutely stunning views. The eastern boundary, Highway 1, provides great access. This is the chance to build a private estate-quality home with ranch headquarters and unobstructed views, or develop multiple coastal homesites. The ranch joins Arena Cove and the Point Arena Wharf. Ample spring water on the ranch ensures enough natural water for homesites and irrigated landscaping. The air quality is incomparable, and this ranchland is in one of the most attractive geographical areas of Northern California. Properties of this size and nature and in this locale rarely transfer ownership. $3,900,000.

Van Cleve Associates California-Oregon Ranches 530 885-3978


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Point Arena Ranch California v Mendocino County v Point Arena

Atwood Ranch California v Glenn County v Orland


Nestled in the foothills of the Coastal Mountains, Atwood Ranch provides a perfect setting where broodmares and foals enjoy life on 2,500 acres of native grasslands in the oak-studded, rolling hills of Northern California. Captivating views of snowcapped Mount Shasta, Mount Lassen, the Sierras and the Sacramento Valley create the backdrop for this premier breeding and training facility. The ranch is fully committed to its principles of breeding, raising and nurturing the finest Quarter Horses, bred for competition in cutting, cattle working events and reining, as well as recreational performance. The ranch specializes in extensive young horse development and educational programs, including the Parelli Pre-School Training program, but is equally suited for a first-class performance horse training operation or large-scale breeding establishment. Central to the success of the ranch programs are its impressive quality facilities; the large, freestanding 140' by 250' barn includes many amenities for the trainer and breeder with large office space, breeding shed with stocks and vet lab, tack and wash bays and foaling and stallion stalls. In addition, a 120' by 100' clear span riding arena, a 200' round training arena, 24-stall training barn, hay barn and three hot walkers accommodate most every facet of horse development necessary to this highly effective and successful breeding and training facility. Ranch fields are divided into many pastures, some with hundreds of acres, some smaller. Others are set up for special use like weaning, geriatrics or rehabilitation. Top-quality fences are built with woven wire, using steel pipe for brace posts and gates. Water is pumped from a 2,500 gpm well and circulated to the barns and most fields by miles of buried pipeline. The largest fields have big reservoirs with year-round water. Some pasture is leased to cattle operations. For additional details and photos, visit Equine enthusiasts will also want to take a look at the ranch website: $3,900,000.

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BEST WEST of the


he 4 Aces Ranch is a beautifully managed, fully operational wildlife preserve on 17,644Âą acres stretching across both Uvalde and Kinney Counties in southwest Texas. It is the single largest, contiguous, live water ranch currently on the market in the Texas Hill Country and is a spectacular opportunity with valuable potential. Seven miles of Live Oak Creek are fully self-contained on the ranch, running north to south through the middle of the property, behind the ranch headquarters. The property is loaded with private water, streams, springs, wells and windmills and is a private game park paradise. The main residence at the ranch head-quarters is a five-bedroom, four-bath ranch house with a huge entertaining patio, finished in native limestone, overlooking several of the natural waterfalls on Live Oak Creek. Two of the bedrooms are master suites, one upstairs and one downstairs, and the house is designed with rustic elegance and privacy. A fully updated kitchen and comfortable appointments throughout the residence provide a welcome rendezvous at the end of a long satisfying hunt or day touring the ranch. The huge back patio is designed for outdoor entertainment with a very large open-air fireplace, large fire pit and a completely covered outdoor bar.


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Spectacular Private Live Water Hunting Preserve Covering Two Counties in the Texas Hill Country 4 Aces is a recreational paradise on the western boundary of prime Texas Hill Country. Salmon Peak and Boiling Mountain are the two highest peaks in Uvalde and Kinney Counties, are both fully located on the property and provide a challenging day of hiking. 4 Aces Ranch has a wide array of beautiful trees and South Texas brush, attracting native wildlife and providing good ground cover; at the same time, the owner has cleared close to 10,000 acres of cedar without disrupting the land’s integrity. Throughout the project, long-buried, old homesteads were uncovered, dinosaur tracks discovered and early American cave art found, and there is still more to be explored and unearthed in 50 Indian mounds and countless caves. Miles and miles of paved and improved roads facilitate an extensive range of access to many corners of the property, although the entire property has only been seen from the air in helicopter passes. The entire perimeter of the ranch is completely high-fenced with close to 50 miles of state-of-the-art game fence. The ranch is a beautifully parked, rugged sanctuary, and the owner, along with a wildlife biologist, has created a highly efficient wildlife

game park with high-quality habitat and well-managed native and exotic wildlife populations, including whitetail deer, axis, elk, scimitar-horned oryx, red sheep and red stag, eland, zebras, black buck, Catalina goats, aoudad, gemsbok, fallow deer, Corsican sheep and turkey. A multitude of outbuilding and support structures facilitate the full function of the property, including a massive hay barn, several large covered shops to house equipment and complete metal fabrications. 15± spring-fed water wells provide natural observation points and 30±-ton bulk protein feeders are appropriately placed throughout the property, with hunting blinds and strategically placed game towers. Roughly one mile from ranch headquarters, a three-bedroom hunting cabin is comfortably situated in a shady, live oak grove. The big, gracious back patio is set with a fire pit and rocking chairs, and the retreat provides a welcome midday respite or trophy camp for special guests. Don’t miss this incredible game ranch opportunity with an amazing price of only $3,250. Reduced to $2,850 per acre. Owner would consider selling northern 10,000 acres of ranch by itself. v For more information, contact Howard Hood of Hood Real Estate Company at 830 896-0510, hhood@ or visit Volume 38 Farm&Ranch West


BEST WEST of the

The Texan L

ocated one hour from Austin and San Antonio and approximately 30 minutes

from Fredericksberg, in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, this ranch has it all! Surrounded by ranches of equal and larger size. 480Âą acres offer varied topography of hills, meadows and coastal and Klein grass pastures. Sheppard Creek traverses the

Texas Hill Country v Kendall County v Kendalia


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Double B Ranch


acreage with many small runoffs and four good tanks. Privacy is complete and views are expansive. There is great hunting with some exotics and the ranch is fully high fenced with a perimeter that can be driven. The improvements are set in a compound arrangement and consist of a newer three-bedroom, three- and one-halfbath, 3,012Âą-square-foot main residence, a historic guesthouse, bunkhouse with gym, 10-stall horse barn with paddocks, covered four-car garage/equipment building and outdoor barbecue area. Wildlife Tax Exemption is in place. Beautiful downtown Boerne, with all services, is 15 miles away. $3,900,000. v

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BEST WEST of the

Bison Ranch at Frio Canyon

Texas Hill Country v Real County v Leakey


ust a mile west of Leakey in the ever-popular Frio Canyon, the Bison Ranch at Frio Canyon is truly the most unique ranch the Hill Country offers. The gorgeous Bison Ranch rock monument and a section of the beautiful Patterson

Creek bid you welcome upon entering the property. As you drive along the main road, your attention is drawn to the unexpected terrain variations highlighted by spring-fed canyons filled with incredible hardwoods, large open fields supporting exotic and native game, pecan bottoms, spring-fed lakes and many other incredible features. All this natural beauty is accented by first-class improvements and accommodations, making this the best all-around hunting/recreational ranch on the market. Today’s ranch is the product of many land acquisitions through the years, making this the most beautiful and diverse property available anywhere in the Hill Country. The first of three distinct terrain features, rarely seen together on a single ranch, comprises the western third of the ranch. This portion is made up of 900± acres and highlighted by the “divide country” plateau that separates the Frio and Nueces Canyons in Real County. This plateau has numerous fertile canyons with travertine-lined, spring-fed creeks flowing to the west prong of the (dry) Frio River Valley. Enjoy huge pinion pine, caves, hardwoods, unique bluffs and rock formations, Indian mounds and steep tree-lined hills that bring Colorado to mind; it is all here! If this is not enough, you will regularly see elk, fallow, aoudad, sika,


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whitetail, hog and other varieties of game. The sheer beauty of the ranch, gorgeous views and incredible sunsets are absolutely breathtaking. Moving to the middle section of the ranch, huge ridgelines running to the east catch your interest; their peaks define the northern and

game, including buffalo, axis, sika, fallow,

southern boundaries of the property. Property

blackbuck and whitetail. Sycamore-lined Cattail

The custom pool allows for tremendous views

lines are along or just outside the ridgetops,

Creek continues to flow toward the front of the

in all directions. A nice spring-fed fishing lake

providing the ranch a unique level of privacy

ranch, creating numerous pools of live water.

within walking distance of the house provides

for a large group easy and enjoyable.

from the large neighboring properties. The

The perfectly sited headquarters features a

hours of entertainment for guests and children.

center of the three ridges offers incredible

beautiful, custom, 6,000±-square-foot main

The house has a two-vehicle carport with a large

views below two of the most awesome



concrete parking area. The landscape is studded

hardwood-lined valleys anywhere in the Hill

house; excellent pipe working pens; shop;

with large oaks and watered by a sprinkler

Country. Incredible rock formations frame the

game-processing area with walk-in cooler;

system. This well-planned and constructed

canyons; you often see herds of aoudad sheep

tractor barn; and other extras. The five-

headquarters integrates perfectly into the ranch’s

moving along the sheer bluffs. The floors of

bedroom, five-bath, multi-level main home is

feel. The Bison Ranch at Frio Canyon is a one-of-

these canyons offer deep fertile soil, multiple

a native limestone masterpiece with standing-

a-kind property that offers the rare opportunity

springs, creeks, small waterfalls, ponds and

seam roof, open gourmet kitchen with a nice

to own a truly spectacular Hill Country ranch at

huge hardwoods; native and exotic game

pantry and an open floor plan perfectly suited

the great price of $3,219 per acre ($7,950,000).

wander continually along the creek bottoms.

for entertaining beneath the open-trussed,



The east end of the ridge offers scenic views

vaulted ceiling. Moving through the home,

of the front section of the ranch with Leakey

you find an upstairs trophy room/loft/game

and the Frio Canyon in the distance. At the base

room, a nice office, large walk-in closets and

of the ridge, the incredible ranch headquarters

utility room. A canopied barbecue area, large

overlooks hundreds of acres of rolling

beautiful rock patio with fire pit, in-ground

bottomland, large healthy oaks, a spring-fed

spa and 14-foot deep, wraparound porches all

lake and open fields loaded with free-ranging

come together to make outdoor entertaining

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A majestic parcel of 182 acres just nine miles south of Lake City, Colorado, the Stillmeadow Ranch is a fisherman’s paradise controlling both sides of the Lake Fork of the Gunnison for just under a mile. With the majority of Hinsdale County consisting of public lands in high alpine tundra, this glacial valley provides some of the country’s most pristine settings. The jewel of this property is the 5,000±-square-foot Norwegian log home overlooking 70 acres of lush, irrigated meadow. The property also features a 1,960-square-foot caretaker’s home, 4-acre fishing pond, direct year-round county road access and stunning views in all directions. With excellent fly-fishing and peaceful canoeing in the summer and 150

Stillmeadow Ranch Colorado v Hinsdale County v Lake City

miles of groomed snowmobile trails for fun in the winter, it just doesn’t get any better than this. $8,800,000. Massive price reduction to $6,995,000. Possible Owner Financing.

The Hillsides Ranch Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose


Overlooking the city lights of Montrose, this ranch features 126+ acres of beautiful irrigated cropland and rolling hillside, as well as huge views of the San Juan and Cimarron Mountains. The property borders the city limits and the Jack Nicklaus-designed Bridges Golf Course. Ample irrigation water rights and paved road access make this a fantastic development opportunity or gentleman’s ranch. $2,400,000.

Horse Mountain Ranch Ralph E. Walchle Joseph C. Burns Bryan W. Walchle 21263 Hwy 550 Montrose, CO 81403



Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose

Atop Spring Creek Mesa, Horse Mountain Ranch has been owned by the Zahniser family since the 1880s. This pristine 145-acre ranch/farm combination features 130 high-production irrigated acres, rolling cottonwood-lined benches and a quaint farmhouse. Game birds, eagles, elk and mule deer call the ranch home year-round. Enjoy majestic San Juan Mountain views. Minutes from a

970 249-4300 phone 970 249-1313 fax

commercial airport and just over an hour to the ski slopes at Telluride, the ranch is within 15 miles

has spectacular development potential in one of Montrose’s most desirable locations. $1,695,000.

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of four 18-hole golf courses and minutes to downtown Montrose shopping. Horse Mountain Ranch


Owned by the Hughes family for 80 years, this

North Mountain Ranch

4,853-acre ranch is the epitome of Colorado cattle ranches with recreation amenities galore. Only

Colorado v San Miguel County v Norwood

an hour’s drive from the world-class Telluride Ski Area, the ranch features some of the best elk and mule deer hunting in western Colorado. Enjoy superb trout fishing at Miramonte Reservoir and fly-fishing in the San Miguel River, all less than a 30-minute drive from the ranch. Rugged, yet accessible, hills and valleys are covered with a mixture of aspen, gambel oak, spruce, sage and grass-filled meadows. Mountain views lie in all directions with 12,000 to 14,000-foot Rocky Mountain peaks only a few short miles distant. A rustic cabin serves both as a cow camp and for the hunting lodge. Springs and ponds supply an abundant source of water for livestock and wildlife. Daily commercial air service is minutes away at Telluride. $12,527,350.

Disappointment Valley Ranch Colorado v San Miguel County v Nucla






consists of 3,732 acres of deeded, land plus adjacent BLM and State of Colorado grazing leases. Owned by the Hughes family for three generations, the ranch has been used in conjunction with the North Mountain Ranch for late fall and winter grazing of cattle. Vegetation is principally sage, small meadows and some pinion pine, with willows and cottonwoods along the creeks. The ranch features a historic two-story log home, metal shop, irrigated fields with priority water, year-round county road accessibility and exceptional mule deer hunting. Commercial services and a public airport are available in the town of Nucla, less than 45 minutes from the ranch. $1,915,850.

Arrowhead Alpine Ranch


Colorado v Gunnison County v Cimarron

In the heart of the Alpine Plateau, these 320 pristine acres lie 38 miles from Montrose and 41 miles from Gunnison. This high alpine parcel is a combination of elevated aspen- and pine-covered building sites overlooking lush, open meadows. Features include fantastic views of the West Elk and Ragged Mountains, national forest on three sides, a beautiful clear pond, direct seasonal county road access and underground electricity. The ranch is priced at recent 2009 comparable sales! $960,000.

Ralph E. Walchle Joseph C. Burns Bryan W. Walchle 21263 Hwy 550 Montrose, CO 81403

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Red Horse Ranch


Arizona v Coconino County v Parks

This is a classic northern Arizona horse ranch at 7,300'. The 59.55 acres are scattered with ponderosa pine and have outstanding views of the San Francisco Peaks. Shopping and dining are close as Flagstaff is a 20-minute drive with good year-round access. Electricity, telephone, three good wells and a backup generator allow for all the conveniences of city living. The ranch is nicely improved with a two-story main home with vaulted ceilings, large windows and rock fireplace, bunkhouse, covered riding arena with lights, roping arena, six-stall barn, hay barn and other outbuildings. National forest borders two sides, which provides for unlimited riding or recreational activities. $3,000,000. Call Paul Groseta, 928 634-8110.

Granite Creek Vineyards Arizona Yavapai County v Chino Valley






winery is being offered turn-key with the label, equipment and inventory. The estate’s 18.41 acres consist of a 12-acre vineyard, of

which half have produced for 30+ years, a large garden, orchard, pond, several large lawns and mature cottonwood, sycamore and willow trees. Elegantly improved, there are several

Paul Groseta 928 634-8110 P.O. Box 1840 • Cottonwood, AZ 86326


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historic homestead buildings from the early 1900s, as well as a rammed earth main home and guest home, log cabin, an office, tasting room and cold room. Electric and telephone services are available. The estate also has water rights with one irrigation well and three domestic wells. This is a tremendous opportunity for the discerning buyer. $2,250,000. Call Paul Groseta, 928 634-8110.


This 1,109-acre ranch represents all of California’s

The Best of California

best attributes: lush grasslands, stately oaks and outstanding weather. The Sierra Foothill location

California v Amador County v Plymouth

is centrally located between some of the world’s most visited destinations; San Francisco Bay area, Tahoe/Sierras, Yosemite and the Napa area are all within a short drive. With the Sacramento Metro area 35 miles away, it is a rare find to have a ranch of this size and type so “close in.” The two homes have been completely remodeled and tastefully upgraded. A beautifully landscaped yard and gardens that wrap uphill and around large patios for barbecues and outdoor enjoyment surround the guesthouse. As for entertainment, a sizable outdoor grass amphitheater with an arborcovered stage area completes the guesthouse facilities. The new horse facility with a custom six-stall barn has all the amenities. You will also find the “old bunkhouse” converted to a wonderful tack/feed room. Relax after your ride and enjoy a cool refreshment off the back of the “old bunkhouse;” a covered bar with a large sitting area is authentic and unique to the Double B Ranch experience.

600-Acre Antelope Valley Ranch California v Colusa County v Williams


One of the most valued aspects of a country life is peaceful seclusion. Living on Antelope Valley Ranch delivers that seclusion in a world of incredible beauty, yet offers all the amenities a rancher or horseman could possibly want. The main home, complete with every luxury on your wish list, is at the end of your private 2,470-foot runway. Your plane puts you just a 45-minute flight from any runway in the Bay Area. The horse facility includes a well-designed 10-stall barn and working arena. The guest cottage just across the creek awaits friends and family. Historically, this

Jim Essick “Too Tall”

property has been a working cattle ranch, but the future uses are as wide open as the new owner’s

18663 East Highway 88 Clements, CA 95227

imagination. The 600-acre Antelope Valley Ranch includes everything: beautiful surroundings,

209 747-5544 • 866 849-7262 fax

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Mountain View Ranch has 1,360± acres with fabulous views of four great mountain ranges and easy access by a maintained county road. Two homestead ranches have been merged, and the parcel is conveniently located for easy access to Billings, Columbus and Red Lodge, Montana. Abundant game bird populations and seasonal elk herds call this ranch “home.” game and natural springs support livestock.

Mountain View Ranch

$2,100,000. Reduced to $1,400,000.

Montana v Stillwater County v Reed Point

Diverse topography gives shelter for big

West Fork Ranch Montana Sweet Grass County v Big Timber


Offering an exceptional opportunity to own prime acreage with convenient access, privacy and great views, this ranch lies just five short

Yellowstone River Homestead Montana v Park County v Livingston


miles outside the very desirable community of Big Timber. West Fork Ranch is in close proximity to the Yellowstone River and provides views of four mountain ranges. Power, water, a spring and great

This beautiful, picturesque 10+-acre setting with Yellowstone River fishing access and Paradise build sites are available. Enjoy awesome views, Valley spread out in front of you is your Montana dream come true. Minutes south of Livingston,

varied terrain and year-round access. You must

the ranch has awesome mountain views, sounds of the river flowing by and a 1,800+-square-foot,

see this ranch to appreciate it. These two parcels

three-bedroom, two- and one-half-bath home with a gourmet kitchen with Viking stove, fireplace, are adjacent, and the sellers are motivated. 116 formal living/dining rooms, office and laundry room. Outbuildings include two barns, a garage,

acres for $445,000; 285 acres for $585,000.

storage shed and a large RV garage/shop/office. A paved driveway, sprinkler system, perimeter fencing and landscaping complete this estate. $999,000. Reduced to $850,000.

Hidden Oasis

Philip Land 127 McLeod • P.O. Box 1025 Big Timber, MT 59011

406 932-6892 office •406 932-4997 fax


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Montana v Sweet Grass County v Big Timber

Hidden Oasis is just that, an oasis that offers something for everyone: incredible views, a shooting range, remodeled home with professional kitchen, par-3 golf area, wildlife and great water rights, all tucked away on 72 private, deeded acres. A two-car detached garage/shop with entertainment room, barn, ponds and a highly productive spring are just a few of the many amenities offered. $619,000.


Held by one family for generations, this remarkable ranch is one of the finest properties in the Telluride region to ever come to the market. This 527-acre property offers everything from lush open meadows and canyons of aspen and spruce, to a knoll with the area’s most dramatic 360-degree views. Graced by the largest private pond on Wilson Mesa, the ranch attracts huge herds of elk and waterfowl. Only 16.5 miles from Telluride with year-round access, power plus ditch shares,

Elk Creek Meadows Colorado v San Miguel County v Telluride Wilson Mesa

Elk Creek Meadows offers the peace and serenity of which you have always dreamed. Please call for more information, or visit

Indian Hills Ranch Colorado v San Miguel County v Placerville


In the verdant rolling meadows of Hastings Mesa, approximately 18 miles from Telluride, Indian Hills Ranch represents a unique opportunity to purchase 422± idyllic acres. Enjoy the utmost in privacy while viewing the region’s most spectacular peaks. The property is perfectly suited for aviation buffs with two grass airstrips and a hangar/studio—perfect for your dream single-engine aircraft. $4,650,000.


Never before offered to the public, these two parcels consisting of 43.68 acres (parcel 1) and 35.1 acres (parcel 2) are available for purchase jointly or individually. Only 16 miles from Telluride, both parcels have stunning views of the Wilson Range, Dolores Peak and the Sneffels Range. Both parcels offer an excellent mix of aspen and open meadow. These properties represent a unique and rare opportunity not to be missed. Parcel 1: $1,975,000. Parcel 2: $1,575,000.

Telluride Properties, LLC

Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

Hughes Reserve Colorado v San Miguel County v Telluride

237 South Oak Street P.O. Box 37 • Telluride, CO 81435

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Antelope Run Ranch 8,000 Acres

Wyoming v Sublette County v Daniel


An astoundingly beautiful 8,000 acres at the foot of the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Antelope Run Ranch lies just 30 minutes from Pinedale and one and a half hours from Jackson Hole. It includes a magnificent 9,750-square-foot custom main home with a 1,320-squarefoot stable; 2,125-square-foot log home for the ranch manager; 1,620-square-foot guesthouse; 20,572-square-foot heated indoor arena; ninebay, 4,512-square-foot log garage with workshop and office; and a fully equipped, FAA and DEQ-certified, 7,850-foot airstrip on a separate parcel eight miles from the ranch. Ten miles of South Horse Creek that flow through the heart of the ranch are large enough to satisfy the avid fisherman. In addition, three large springfed ponds stocked with rainbow trout offer excellent fishing. Antelope Run Ranch lies adjacent to a 640-acre state land section that hosts state elk feeding ground. $29,500,000.

Tom Evans, Associate Broker 3415 N. Pines Way, Suite 102-Box 14 Wilson, Wyoming 83014

307-739-8149 office 307-413-5101 cell


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Conservationist’s Dream: 6,530± Acres California v Humboldt County v Myers Flat


All over the world, people dream of someday seeing California’s redwoods, pristine rivers and panoramic hilltop views with no sign of man’s intrusions. One of the last large, contiguous holdings along the Eel River, Rolling Meadow Ranch provides the opportunity to have all that beauty at your fingertips. Access to the ranch takes one through Founders Grove Park, which lies on a lovely, low-traffic road lined with towering redwoods. The ranch itself includes two and a half miles of sparkling Eel River frontage. Unpaved roads provide green access throughout the ranch and one may see and hear wildlife at every turn. Rolling meadows and hills contain beautiful green forests that lead up to a 3,200-foot elevation ridge top on the Coastal Range. The panoramic views are awe-inspiring! Breathe fresh air, hike, swim, fish, camp out under the stars or take out your sketch pad or journal—a lifetime of paradise can be yours to share and enjoy. Available now for $16,500,000.

3,200±-Acre Mendocino County Ranch California v Mendocino County v Boonville


Perfect for a corporate/family retreat or dream hunting estate, this ranch enjoys a small vineyard of Merlot and Chardonnay grapes; a three-bedroom ranch house with garage; two year-round creeks; two nice ponds—one stocked with bass; elevations from 900 to 2,200 feet with ocean views from the ridge top; pastures that currently run 75 head of cattle and meadows and forests. Gorgeous local wildlife includes blacktail deer, black bear, wild hog, turkey, quail, hawk and many other species. $9,000,000.

798±-Acre Ranch/Dairy With Strong Water Rights


California v Siskiyou County v Fort Jones

Currently growing alfalfa and corn, this ranch/dairy utilizes three pivots and 10 wheel lines. Close to skiing and wilderness

4,044±-Acre Supply Creek Timberland California v Humboldt County v Arcata


Close to several working mills, this property has 28± million board feet of Douglas fir and other white wood species augmented by tan oak, red alder and other hardwoods. It also includes the headwaters of Supply Creek, which flows through the property. Many species of wildlife call this area home, which also makes it a dream recreational property. $6,600,000.

Four Star Realty & Kevin Sullivan Realty, Inc.

areas and offering abundant wildlife and beautiful views, this Fort Jones ranch is permitted

Jim Redd and Kevin Sullivan

for 800 cows and still has the dairy equipment. It previously sold milk according to the

The Ranch Specialist Team

Federal Order. Eight homes add to its improvements and there is abundant alfalfa available in

707 444-9234 • 707 485-5834

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New listing. Egeria Creek Ranch lies in northwest Colorado, less than 45 minutes south of Steamboat Springs, in the picturesque Yampa Valley. These 8,818 one-of-a-kind acres lie adjacent to the White River National Forest and are home to the White River elk herd that is 40,000 strong and the

Egeria Creek Ranch

largest in North America. Upland birds can also be found on the ranch, including blue and sharp-

Colorado v Routt County v Toponas

tail grouse, duck and geese. Egeria Creek Ranch is

known for its extensive cattle operation. This rancher’s dream property is equipped with livestock facilities in addition to stack yards and fencing. Cattle can graze on the ranch or on 100,000+ acres of neighboring leased national forest. The Egeria Creek Ranch also boasts a productive hay operation averaging 1,500 tons of mountain grass per season. This vast Colorado ranch offers an incoming landowner a flourishing hay and cattle operation, plus the sporting lifestyle with extensive resident wildlife, bountiful water rights and dramatic views. Now $21,900,000. Was $29,500,000 (26% reduction).

Bar Cross Ranch - New Fork River Tract Wyoming v Sublette County v Pinedale


This unique sporting property borders BLM and state lands and offers views of three mountain ranges, abundant wildlife and some of the best wild trout fishing the region offers. Consisting of 5,007 deeded acres, the legacy ranch boasts two miles of private New Fork River with an additional one mile on state land within the ranch boundaries. The property presents first-class and completely private wade fishing for large brown trout in addition to rainbow, cutthroat and cut-bow trout. Bar Cross Ranch is protected by a conservation easement to preserve the valuable wildlife corridors and allows for the sale and development of nine additional homesites. Improvements on the ranch include several homes, cabins, barns and outbuildings. This coveted ranch is exceptional with extensive wildlife, pristine mountain views and extraordinary fly-fishing. $14,000,000.

Flying Goose Ranch Wyoming v Teton County v Kelly


Located 45 minutes from Jackson, Wyoming, Flying Goose Ranch lies along half a mile of the Gros Ventre River and is surrounded by the Bridger-Teton National Forest and the Gros Ventre Wilderness Area. Consisting of 119 deeded acres, this rare Wyoming ranch boasts varied terrain, including a riparian corridor, open knolls and an aspen-covered bench with stunning views of the Gros Ventre Mountain Range. Ranch improvements include a 2,200-square-foot residence and a large shop with tack room and apartment. The Flying Goose is a four-season ranch, with access to Slide Lake, the Continental Snowmobile Trail and the Gros Ventre River. Anglers will delight in fishing for fine-spotted cutthroat trout, native to the Snake River, that average 14 to 18 inches. During the fall, hunting is easily accessible in the surrounding public lands where elk and mule deer thrive. The location, scenery, abundant wildlife, onsite fishing and pure beauty of this legacy ranch exemplify the qualities of the ultimate Western investment. $6,500,000.

Flyway Ranch Montana v Lewis and Clark Co. v Craig


Flyway Ranch lies equidistant between Great Falls and Helena, Montana, along the fabled Missouri River. Meticulously updated and improved to become a prime wildlife refuge, these 160 acres boast over a mile of exceptional fishing on the blue ribbon, tail-water Missouri River with thousands of fish per mile. Duck, geese, Hungarian partridge, pheasant and deer frequently visit. Improvements include an

original farmhouse updated in 1995 with a gourmet kitchen and large living room with stone fireplace; a four-bedroom, high-end guest lodge; and several outbuildings. Flyway Ranch is

P.O. Box 9240 • Jackson, WY 83002

protected with a conservation easement as it is an integral part of the conservation corridor that

866 734-6100 toll free

stretches 10± miles along the Missouri River. Enjoying stunning mountain views, tremendous


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fly-fishing water and comfortable lodging, this truly is a special property. $2,995,000.

Unique Property! Oregon v Jackson County v Central Point







preserve areas, these 1,934.61 acres were

Mountain Shadows Ranch Oregon v Jackson County v Shady Cove/Trail


Mountain Shadows Ranch features 182 tranquil acres with an existing home and a second

previously considered for a destination resort. They feature Rogue River, Lower Table Rock and valley views. 789 acres are included under a preservation easement with the Nature

approved homesite, 1.1 million net board feet of marketable timber, a year-round creek and pond Conservancy. There are many alternate uses to with water rights and 36 acres of irrigated hayfield and pasture. A gravity-flow spring produces

be considered. Additional adjoining acreage is

abundant water. $2,184,000.

available. $4,000,000.

Private 314-Acre Ranch


Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point

A long paved drive secures a very private 314acre ranch with two modern homes. Onehalf mile of frontage and a 30-horsepower pump on Little Butte Creek provide water for 54 irrigated acres by 34 hard-set guns. Outbuildings include stalls, working pens and hay storage. The property has an outdoor arena for training horses, as well as gorgeous views! $2,500,000.


An efficient working livestock ranch, these 1,038.93 well-balanced acres have irrigation, dryland pasture, feed lots, four homes, a rustic cabin, five barns, a shop and two sets of working corrals. This beautiful setting offers deer, elk, quail and other game. $4,200,000.

Tom Harrison, Broker

Efficient Working Livestock Ranch Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point

548 Business Park Drive Medford, OR 97504

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Sanctuary Ranch Utah v Huntsville/Ogden Valley


Extremely well priced at less than half of the appraised value, this magnificent mountain retreat with breathtaking views encompasses an entire naturally preserved canyon. An exclusive “sanctuary” for a family legacy, corporate retreat, equestrian ranch or hunting lodge, the unique property has many uses. Featuring 524 acres of heavily forested land surrounded by 10,000 BLM acres, this stunning property lies in the Huntsville/Ogden Valley. Nestled between three top-ranked ski resorts (Powder Mountain, Snow Basin and Wolf Mountain), the ranch faces Pineview Reservoir with 28 miles of shoreline with a marina and sailing and fishing opportunities. Planning approval for six secluded homes/estates captures the unmatched mountain views in a natural wildlife environment. Nine miles of hiking and horseback riding trails lead you to many stunning promontories. Spend winter snowmobiling, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing in this unparalleled paradise. Pre-July auction bids will be entertained. Currently offered at $5,250,000. Contact Karin Gage at 435 901-0049.

Annie Laurie Mine Property Utah v Gold Mountain Mining District


In Utah’s historic Gold Mountain Mining District, surrounded by Fishlake National Forest, you will find the Annie Laurie Mine Property. Peppered throughout with breathtaking gulches and canyons, these 3,150 acres of pristine wilderness include the ghost town of Kimberly and remnants of mines abandoned by long-ago prospectors. The property is accessible via a wellestablished road just eight miles from Interstate 70. Gold was first discovered here in 1875, and today’s property has 150 patented mining claims, three patented mill sites and encompasses all the known producing mines in the district. The possibilities for this rare property are unlimited. $25,000,000. Contact Bruce Shannon at 435 602-2792.

Beautiful Horse Ranch With Private Lake Utah v Provo River Corridor


This is truly an exciting horse ranch, fishing and wildlife retreat that backs to the Provo River corridor. It has private, exclusive access to the river with 32 beautiful acres to roam free upon. The property features a fantastic private lake and a very comfortable log lodge with granite, many

P.O. Box 2370 Park City, UT 84060


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upgrades and a deck overlooking the lake and Mt. Timpanogos in the background. $7,900,000. Contact Marc Coulam at 801 243-2002 and Bruce Shannon at 435 602-2792.


Only 10 miles from the slopes, this 747-acre

10 Minutes to Ski Area

historic ranch is a private valley with an end-ofthe-road locale. The improvements, some dating

Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

back nearly 100 years, are at the south entrance to the property, which opens into wide, grassy meadows. The hillsides are loaded with elk and covered by oak brush and aspen trees. The ranch is also 10 minutes from the regional airport with several direct flights around the country. No long lines, no traffic—leave your house in the morning and be on your horse at your Rocky Mountain ranch by noon! The hunting is good and the location is prime! Reduced to $2,250,000.


Find incredible value on these 262 acres in the scenic Elk River Valley north of Steamboat Springs. Improvements consist of a 4,000-squarefoot log home with a massive river rock fireplace and inviting sunroom, a huge historic barn in excellent condition, heated equipment shop and a log caretaker’s cabin. Over 13 cfs of water keep the meadows lush and green. This is a great buy!

Reduced $500,000 - River Valley Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs Reduced to $2,000,000.

Bank Owned and Near Skiing!


Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

Priced to sell and bank owned, this property lies within 15 miles of one of the top ski resorts in the country! This is a great opportunity to own 106 acres with a beautiful 4,700-squarefoot home and huge equipment shop/barn. The house sits high on the ridge with remarkable views across the valley. Constructed with a hint of French Country style, the home has six bedrooms, two kitchens, a sauna and a great room with 24' vaulted ceilings. Covered porches and plenty of windows frame constantly changing views of the rocky outcroppings against the sage-covered hillsides. The ranch is within minutes of the regional airport, slopes, boutique shopping and fine dining of Steamboat Springs, which is known for its Western hospitality and agricultural heritage. $1,800,000.


Enjoy fantastic views of Steamboat Lake and the Continental Divide from 125 acres at the edge of the historic town of Hahn’s Peak, 25 miles north of Steamboat Springs. This area is surrounded by national forest and is among

Steamboat Lake Ranch Colorado v Routt County Steamboat Springs

the most scenic areas in the state. Nearby are several lakes, high-end guest ranches, restaurants, a post office, a K-8 school and two charming convenience stores. The ranch is located on a year-round county road and is mostly covered in aspens. Two roads at the property beckon you to hop on a horse, snowmobile, ATV or bicycle and ride into the adjoining national forest. Price reduced to $1,095,000.

Christy Belton 610 Market Plaza, #100 Steamboat Springs, CO 80477

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In the foothills of the Capitan Mountain, just 50 miles west of Roswell and 25 miles east of Ruidoso, this 17,000±-acre, four-season ranch

Escondida Land and Cattle Company New Mexico v Lincoln County

has 10,000 deeded acres and 7,000 Lincoln National Forest lease acres. It has a proven operating carrying capacity of 500 animal units year-round or 750 yearlings for six months

(May to October)—take-in outside yearlings are charged $13 per head a month for grazing on private land. The modern headquarters complex has two residences, barns, corrals and shipping pens. Ideal for cattle and big game utilization, the operational irrigation includes 160 permitted water right acres tied to three shallow irrigation wells (rated at 450 to 900 gpm) at less than 100' depth and connected to 9,000' of underground 6" sprinkler pipe with four separate sprinkler systems that water native gramma grass pastures. The ranch cleared over 2,000 acres of cedar and brush in the last five years and has completed over 20 miles of underground water pipeline for livestock and big game. Its location in the mountain foothills provides a 200-plus day growing season within a 15" to 20" rainfall belt. At 5,000' elevation, the ranch has winters that are considered mild with several good snowfalls (mostly in January and February). The northern half of the ranch is uniquely watered by a 100-year-old mountain spring that stores and produces up to 50,000 gallons of spring water a week; this water flows down a buried pipeline for eight miles and supplies water to five pastures and several storages for livestock and wildlife. Escondida Creek runs through the center of the ranch during the rainy season. The ranch is home to several resident and transit elk herds (11 permits issued by the New Mexico Game and Fish Department) and outstanding mule deer, mountain lion, black bear and Barbary sheep hunting—all on private land. This area also offers Merriam turkey, blue quail and mourning dove hunting. $10,000,000.

P.O. Box 2391 • Roswell, NM 88202

575 623-5658


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Tranquil Estate Setting Washington v Snohomish County v Monroe

Picturesquely set on 32 acres, this pastoral estate bordering the Sultan River features breathtaking views of the Northwest’s magnificent Cascade Mountain Range and the awesome three peaks of Mount Index. There are two homes sited on the property, an indoor pool and an outdoor pool used as a koi pond. Lush gardens, patios and outdoor decks set the stage for the warmer weather of spring, summer and fall. Built in 1985, the main home has approximately 4,520 square feet and features many special upgrades, including a large living room with big-view windows that look out toward the mountains. The marble floors with in-floor heating were designed for comfort with the cool mornings in mind. A main-floor master suite with attached deck overlooks the murmur of a stream and earthy master gardens. The home also includes a fabulous kitchen with pantry and state-of-the-art appliances; two ample upstairs bedrooms, four baths and artist’s workshop. A patio and breezeway separate the indoor pool from the main residence. The twostory, 1,304-square-foot second home was remodeled to include a commercial-grade kitchen designed to cater events and entertain large groups on the beautifully landscaped grounds. It lies adjacent to a barn/shop. The upper 25 acres of the property feature a landscaped plateau with manicured gardens and meandering lawns. Part of the property is forested with lovely trails. This is truly paradise undiscovered. This quiet and peaceful setting is perfect for social or business gatherings, a retreat or camp or any additional uses requiring tranquility and privacy. The scenery and views take one’s breath away, and the seclusion is as good as it gets. $2,000,000.

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Secluded Idaho Ranch and Retreat Idaho v Shoshone County v Coeur d’Alene


The scenic mountains and pristine Coeur d’Alene River and valley provide a beautiful setting for this river basin ranch/private retreat. The ranch is a short 42 miles east from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, with paved access to the ranch. All services are in place for the updated ranch house and buildings. The ranch is in the heart of the Coeur d’Alene National Forest and provides excellent elk, moose, deer hunting and fishing. It also has potential as a guided fly-fishing escape. The 90-acre ranch includes irrigation equipment to cover 50 acres of pasture/hay land. All outdoor recreation is available, including camping, river rafting, swimming, huckleberry picking and hiking.

In the winter, snowmobiling from the ranch is excellent with 500 miles of groomed mountain trails and winter shelters, provided for the public. Silver Mountain ski area in Kellogg, Idaho is minutes away. This property could serve well as a dude ranch or a working cattle and horse facility. Lodging is available for a year-round ranch hand/manager. $1,095,000. Visit for more information and a free DVD of this property or contact us directly at (208) 664-1491,

Pacific Resources & Consulting 7282 Garnet Drive Lewiston, ID 83501

(208) 664-1491


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Oasis Springs Lodge California v Tehama County Mt. Lassen Foothills


One of the only fly-fishing resorts within a short drive of the San Francisco Bay Area, the





overlooks a private, crystal-clear trophy-trout stream on the lower flanks of Mount Lassen. The Lodge property encompasses over 1,100 acres of rangeland and meadows interspersed with blue oak woodlands and punctuated by freshwater springs, ferns, alders and willows along the South Fork of Battle Creek. A true fly-fisherman’s oasis, the Lodge was formerly endorsed by Orvis. Asking $4,895,000.

Sierra Foothills Ranch California v Amador County v Foothills

Rocky Springs Ranch California v Tehama County Mt. Lassen Foothills


This classic 714±-acre foothills ranch with rolling hills, wildflower-filled meadows and specimen


Rocky Springs Ranch is a true sportsman’s paradise with nearly 3,000 acres of rolling meadows and blue oak woodlands—home to one of the largest migratory deer herds in the state, as well as prime habitat for dove, quail and wild turkey. To complete the well-rounded sportsman’s experience, add frontage to more than two and a half miles of the South Fork of Battle Creek, a productive trout fishery. All of this is in view of snowcapped Mount Lassen, only 45 minutes east of I-5 and the ranching/farming community of Red Bluff in Northern California. Priced at $4,495,000.


This rare 40±-acre ranch is nestled at the base of picturesque Carson Pass and the magnificent 10,000-foot High Sierra Mountains and is one of the few private holdings in Hope Valley,

oak and pine forests is nestled in the Sierra Nevada Foothills between San Francisco and Lake Tahoe. Water is plentiful with a 24-acrefoot reservoir, a few seasonal stock ponds, numerous ground water springs (four have been developed for livestock) and a babbling creek with cascading waterfalls. The ridge-top takes in 360-degree views from the snowcapped

Hope Valley Homestead

Sierra to Mount Diablo and the Coastal Range. Drastically reduced to $4,284,000.

California v Amador Co. v Kirkwood

the most dramatic alpine valley in California. National forest adjoins for endless miles of hiking, skiing and horseback riding. Lake

The Chickering Company

Tahoe is only 30 minutes away, and Kirkwood

Terry Hundemer

ski resort is only 15 minutes away, both offering

Ranches, Lakes, Rivers/Broker

year-round activities. Add a classic willow-lined

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trout stream meandering through an alpine meadow and a custom log house set amongst the quaking aspens, and you have completed the perfect postcard setting with views everywhere. Only $1,900,000. Volume 38 Farm&Ranch West


Gorgeous Lodge-Style Home - Wallowa Mountains


Oregon v Wallowa County v Joseph/Enterprise

From the well laid out open floor plan that captures breathtaking views at every turn to thoughtful touches, you will feel draped in luxury in the single-level, 6,000-square-foot Eagle Cap Lodge. Designed with an eye towards detail and convenience, this quality home boasts four bedroom suites, five and a half baths, five fireplaces, a large sunny kitchen with wood stove and natural gas appliances, gracious patio space with built-in barbecue and fire pit, wet bar and temperaturecontrolled wine room, comfortable media room, open dining room, expansive great room, notable office with built-ins, mudroom and substantial storage, spacious three-car garage, central vacuum systems, geothermal HVAC with propane backup and so much more! This 19.55-acre parcel in Wallowa County lies just east of Highway 82 and about halfway between Joseph and Enterprise. Zoned EFU and fully irrigated, the property has two wells: one serving the home and one for the barn or livestock. The main well has an 8" pipe, is 100 feet deep, and produces 70 to 80 gallons of water per minute. A 2" line from the well runs to the home. An adjacent 60-acre parcel directly to the east may be available for purchase with the home. This parcel has a well, power on the property and a building permit and would create a terrific opportunity to design a beautiful equestrian facility. Tucked away in the northeast corner of Oregon are small communities surrounded by incredible natural beauty as diverse as the individuals that make it home. From world-class bronze foundries to hay and beef, Wallowa County is everything that defines the American spirit at its best. The county is home to Hells Canyon National Recreation Area, Wallowa Lake and the Eagle Cap Wilderness Area. For more pictures and details, visit

Andie Edmonds, Broker Jeff Reed, Broker 963 SW Simpson, Suite 220 Bend, OR 97702

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Yates Ranch is a collection of six of Northern California’s finest working ranches totaling 4,770 acres. The ranch’s 402± acres of pasture grazing land, 658± acres of dryland farming and 486± acres of pivot-irrigated alfalfa total 1,546± acres of farmable land. There are approximately seven wells and five springfed, year-round ponds. In addition to views of

Yates Ranch California v Siskiyou County v Dorris

mountain meadows, grazing and timberland, the ranch has a main residence, three additional houses (presently rented) and two new 1,000-ton hay storage barns. This is a chance of a lifetime to own a unique ranch. Seller financing available. Check out


Off Camino Tassajara, halfway between the towns of Pleasanton and Danville, DenvilleKanani Farms lies on 20+ acres at the end of a private road. A 10,000-acre cattle ranch lies behind the property, creating a very peaceful environment with no road traffic and beautiful views. The custom, contemporary, Spanishstyle home has four bedrooms, four and a half baths, formal living and dining rooms and

Denville-Kanani Farms California v Contra Costa County v Pleasanton/Danville

much more. Fantastic views from every room and the quiet and peaceful setting make this property an equestrian’s dream. All buildings are either Barnmaster or MD modular barns, which has allowed for seamless expansion as the ranch has grown. Now at optimum size, the ranch has 55± stalls and several turnout areas and pastures. The training facility has focused on combined training and dressage. Denville-Kanani Farms holds USEF, USDF and CDS-recognized dressage shows and schooling hunter/jumper shows; as such, all facilities are

Rydman Ranch

maintained to “show quality” condition. Check out

California v Contra Costa County v Pleasanton/Danville


Enjoy country living at its best in the Tassajara Valley. A gated entry provides access to this equestrian dream property on 2+ level acres. A beautiful and remodeled single-story home has all the decorator’s touches: crown moldings, granite countertops with kitchen island and state-of-the-

Coldwell Banker Danville

art appliances. The home features three large and spacious bedrooms; a master suite with French

Jerry Vaughn

door leading to the Tahoe blue-bottomed pool and spa area; formal living room with fireplace;

600 San Ramon Valley Blvd. Danville, CA 94526

family room with fireplace; formal dining room; three-car garage; and a single-car detached garage. The main barn has a one-bedroom apartment, office with wash rack and a laundry area. Completely landscaped front and back, the outdoors includes a built-in barbecue and patio next to the pool. Check out

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Six Mile Creek Ranch New Mexico v Colfax County v Eagle Nest


Experience breathtaking views of Eagle Nest Lake and the surrounding Sangre de Cristo Mountains. This 1,792±-acre ranch has it all: 390± acres of lush irrigated pasture, 900± acres of forested land with open meadows and 494.5 acre-feet of adjudicated water rights. Two of the main tributaries to Eagle Nest Lake flow across the property and feed six trout-stocked ponds.

The ranch currently runs 350 to 400 head of yearling cattle from May through September on irrigated acreage while reserving the forested acreage for elk habitat. The 2,375±-square-foot, two-bedroom, one- and three-quarter-bath, ranch-style home has a wall of windows overlooking Eagle Nest Lake. The ranch receives 15 bull elk permits and 10 cow elk permits per year and sports many trophy elk. Three miles south of the Village of Eagle Nest and just across Highway 64 from Eagle Nest Lake State Park, the ranch is near some of the best trout fishing in New Mexico. $12,000,000.

Rosewater Ranch New Mexico v Mora County v Angel Fire


Relax in this private 660±-acre retreat with awesome natural alpine beauty and breathtaking views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and surrounding plains. A natural spring-fed lake and several spring-fed water tanks attract abundant wildlife: elk, deer, bear, wild turkey and

Paula Madappa, Qualifying Broker Sally Torres, Associate Broker

oldest living inhabitants) interspersed with wide meadows of lush grass and wildflowers. Enjoy this hunter’s paradise with two private ranch bull elk permits (cow elk permits also

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available) and nearby public hunting on state land and national forest. Atop the Ocate Mesa

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at an elevation of 10,000 feet, the ranch is secluded, yet only 15 miles from Angel Fire Resort


grouse. The diverse habitat includes stands of aspen, spruce and bristlecone pine (Earth’s

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and 40 miles from Taos. Call and ask how a conservation easement can be an effective tool for estate planning and a great tax benefit. $6,600,000.


Discover the feeling of waking up each morning as the sun rolls into the valley and through your window, fully relaxed after a slumber away from all the stressful distractions of urban life. If you are like those of us who love the Colorado mountains, the heritage and legacy of a real Western ranch and the experience of the great outdoors, Wilder Ranch just might be for you! Wilder is a 2,000-acre ranch on two miles of the famous Taylor River, surrounded by two million acres of the Gunnison National Forest and set between the western Colorado towns of Crested Butte and Gunnison. A true angler’s paradise, Wilder has almost five miles of gold medal-standard, world-class waters and thousands of big bows and browns. The ranch contains miles of horseback riding, hiking and biking trails for all skill levels, providing 360-degree panoramic mountain vistas with dramatic sunset views. The ranch also boasts four original rustic cabins built in 1916 that have been refurbished with modern amenities and comforts. Wilder is 25 minutes from the Gunnison regional airport and Crested Butte Mountain Resort. The ranch is minutes from world-class skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking and the Country Club at Crested Butte, featuring a Robert Trent Jones II championship golf course. This is an exceptional opportunity for you and your family to become part of the heritage, tradition and culture of the Colorado Western lifestyle. Exclusive homestead sites are available on the Taylor River starting at $2,900,000. Contact Nick Clabaugh.

Wilder on the Taylor Colorado v Gunnison County v Crested Butte

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Tent Mountain Ranch Nevada v Elko County v Starr Valley


Bordering the Humboldt National Forest and the East Humboldt Mountain Range and Wilderness Area for five and a half miles, Tent Mountain Ranch is a 3,435-deeded-acre, all-season paradise.

Spend winter snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing to the cabin or enjoying the renowned Elko Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, 33 miles to the west. In the spring, enjoy the snowmelt runoff feeding four year-round creeks as they renew life to the aspens, cottonwoods, wildflowers and meadows. Enjoy summer hiking and trail riding the numerous trails throughout the ranch and up to 11,000 feet on the national forest where mountain goats, bighorn sheep, snow cock, grouse, partridge and velvet horned trophy bucks are easily observed. In the fall, enjoy hunting for mule deer and other wildlife on the ranch or the large herds of antelope and elk just north of Wells (15 miles); Nevada is a draw state for big game animals. Lying at the base of the East Humboldt Range of the Ruby Mountains, this cattle and guest ranch features a cozy luxury cabin three miles up the mountainside at 7,000 feet, great for a romantic getaway or hunting base camp. It offers great well water, gourmet kitchen, full bath, propane appliances, generator or gas lights and a Waterford wood-burning stove. The headquarters is just off of State Route 230 (plowed in the winter) and only six miles from Interstate 80. The 5,074-square-foot home features four large bedrooms, three full bathrooms, a large islanded kitchen, trophy room, two offices, library, family room an attached hot tub atrium and garage and a basement bunkhouse and wine cellar. A threebedroom, two-bath doublewide home will shelter a ranch hand and family or can be a rental. Four yearlong creeks enhance the ranching and scenic aspects of the property to irrigate timothy grass pastures and meadows augmenting habitat for wildlife and forage for domestic livestock. Nine watered pastures ranging from 5,800 to 7,300 feet provide 1,700 AUMs from May to September. Livestock facilities include a horse barn with tack room, stalls, arena, shop and walk-in cooler, a large hay barn with corrals, chute with scales, equipment bays and adjacent grazing fields. Two excellent wells supply ample domestic, gardening and landscaping water. Drive right to your private mountain home in the winter. Contact Paul Bottari for more information on this incredible northeastern Nevada ranch.

Bottari Realty, Inc. Paul Bottari, Broker P.O. Box 368 • Wells, NV 89835

775 752-3040


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Young Farm Arizona v Gila County v Young


This one-of-a-kind 72-acre farm is nestled under the Mogollon Rim in the very desirable town of Young. It is a must see with its smalltown charm, surrounding mountain views and many possibilities. The property includes a ranch-style, 2,100-square-foot home, an 1800s rock house that contains a historical museum, a two-bedroom cabin, workshop and barn. The 60 or more acres of farmland are irrigated by a 1,000 gpm well. This is an excellent prospect for a horse farm, land development, bed and breakfast or water development. $424,500 for home and improvements; $1,700,000 for acreage and well.

San Pedro River Ranch


Arizona v Cochise County v Benson

This is a rare opportunity to purchase a private retreat that stretches for half a mile along one of the best-kept secrets in the Southwest: the San Pedro River. Only forty air miles from Tucson, nestled near spectacular canyons and surrounded by Nature Conservancy and State land, this 250+-acre ranch is the perfect place to experience the authentic Southwestern lifestyle. It offers a 2,400-square-foot, passivesolar, “rammed earth” main residence; a 1,200-square-foot, low-energy, “straw bale” manager’s home; and state-of-the-art horse breeding and boarding facilities. Four wells provide unlimited water for 55+ acres of pipe-fenced, irrigated pasture. $2,400,000. Please visit or contact Nancy Belt for more details.

Walking X Ranch Arizona v Greenlee County v Sheldon


Situated in the beautiful Gila River Valley, just 45 minutes from major services in Safford, this ranch is a unique opportunity to own a combined farm and ranch operation consisting of 1,450 deeded acres and 20 sections of

Nancy Belt

BLM grazing lease. The property includes two

P.O. Box 191 • Sonoita, AZ 85637

comfortable, historic rock homes constructed in

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the 1920s. The ranch will support between 250 and 400 head of cattle depending upon how the irrigated pastures are used. $1,500,000. Volume 38 Farm&Ranch West


120 Acres and a Year-Round Creek California v El Dorado County v Garden Valley


In the heart of California’s historic gold mining lands, these remarkable, rolling grasslands feature green meadows along a year-round creek, stately oaks and pines and are home to Slate Mine. The ultimate in beauty and practicality for cattle grazing and equestrian recreation, the property lies near Western States Trail, home of the Tevis Cup, a 100-mile, one-day trail ride. An outdoor lover’s dream, this sub-dividable property lies in a desirable community and borders government land. Potential for seller financing. $680,000.

Want Breathing Room? California v El Dorado County v Garden Valley


A popular retreat in El Dorado County’s equestrian paradise, these 40.31 acres are all yours to enjoy. A one-of-a-kind property minutes from historic Coloma and Sutter’s Mill (the locale that started the Gold Rush), this property is admired for its wonderful location in the heart of Garden Valley with wonderful climate and year-round breezes. Completely fenced, the property is accessed through a locked gate away from the road, providing plenty of privacy. Offering expansive views, the building areas are flanked by both meadows and mature woods and overlook a seasonal spring-fed pond and tranquil local surroundings. Can be divided with prime development potential and investment. $369,000.

Sierra Foothill Properties, Inc. Ronnie Jessup & Stuart Hess 4916 Marshall Rd. • Garden Valley, CA 95633

530 333-2184 ext. 5 License# 01175382, 01305765


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Folsom Lake Views California v El Dorado County v Pilot Hill


A pristine environment that caters to both horses and owners is a rare find. Offering a private, secured entrance, this property features lush pastures; pond; bridle trails; views of beautiful Folsom Lake as a backdrop; BLM access to the American River, Coloma and Folsom Lake; and great building sites to accommodate a home, barns, arenas and corrals. In a peaceful country neighborhood of top-quality homes and ranches, the location also offers unique recreational experiences for hours of horseback riding to the Folsom Lake Valley. Can be divided with potential seller financing. $499,000.


Featuring over one and a half miles of a major Idaho River frontage, these 100 acres are the perfect spot to enjoy the elk that frequent the land or endless fly-fishing opportunities from home. Bordering the paved city airport and lying on the city limits, Idaho Air Ranch has potential for development into a one-of-akind fly-in community, or enjoy it as a private estate. World-class skiing, fly-fishing and mountain recreation are only minutes away. Starting as low as $15,000 per acre. Parcel size: 20 to 100 acres. Call for details or visit

Idaho Air Ranch

Idaho Air Ranch Idaho v Valley County v Cascade

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P.O. Box 98, Newcastle, WY 82701 Jim Pederson, Broker Associate

307 746-2083 Beaver Creek Ranch - Sundance, Wyoming 3,420 deeded acres and 557 acres of lease. Located on Beaver Creek west of Sundance and adjacent to Interstate 90. Creek bottoms to rugged wooded hills. $8,500,000 Elk Mountain Ranch - Custer County, SD Foothills ranch in the heart of recreation country. 623 acres at the base of Elk Mountain joining Black Hills National Forest for over one mile. $725,000 Two Track Trail - Custer, South Dakota 40 acres with a newer home. East of Elk Mountain and just a 10-minute drive from Black Hills National Forest. $260,000 Tippmann Acreage - Upton, Wyoming 55 acres in a wooded setting w/several nice building sites. Highway frontage; close to utilities. $160,000 Mallo Road Acreage - Four Corners, Wyoming 56 acres with a pond and small creek. Good access and just minutes from national forest. $452,000 Buck Creek Trail Ranch - Alva, Wyoming 163 acres with 72 acres under irrigation. Artesian water well. Custom 5-bedroom home & an extensive set of outbuildings. $1,550,000 Tower View Acreage - Devils Tower, Wyoming 7 acres on a high ridge with spectacular views of Devils Tower and the surrounding hills. Water tap paid. Close to phone & power. $149,900 Wonder View Estates - Sundance, Wyoming Scenic acreage with incredible views. Water & power available, phone nearby. 40 to 105 acres with prices starting at $180,000. Access to national forest. Pine Canyon Hideaway - Sundance, Wyoming 40 acres with a cute log cabin. Joins a parcel of state land. Elk, deer and turkey in the area. $285,000 Buck Pasture Draw - Newcastle, Wyoming 35 acres on the west side of the Black Hills in a private setting. Water tap available. Close to power & phone. $287,500 Mountain Inn Ranch - Custer County, SD 298 acres that has about 116 acres of grass and alfalfa meadows. Newer 42x56 pole barn. Solar-powered water well. Highway frontage. $497,000 River Bend Retreat - Hulett, Wyoming 560 acres on the Belle Fourche River in an end-of-theroad setting. $1,208,000. Will split into 2 parcels. Beaver Creek Estate - Sundance, Wyoming 168 acres with custom lodgepole pine log home, heated shop, horse barn. Beaver Creek runs through the property and into a fishing pond. $1,550,000 Bear Lodge Retreat - Sundance, Wyoming 75 acres with direct access to national forest and just minutes from Sundance. A unique property at the south edge of the Bear Lodge Mountains. $495,000 Hilltop Acreage - Hulett, Wyoming 389 ac. in private end-of-the-road location. Sweeping views of the Black Hills, and Devils Tower. Several pristine building sites. $700,000 H-Kay Divide Retreat - Crook County, Wyoming 80 acres just minutes from Keyhole Reservoir & State Park. Nice 2-bedroom home. End-of-the-road setting joining state land. $469,900 Triangle Acreage - Custer County, South Dakota 32 acres adjacent to Black Hills National Forest and fronting Highway 16. A unique foothills setting for year round living or recreation. $112,000 Carlile Divide Acreage - Carlile, Wyoming 119 acres about a 20-minute drive from Keyhole Reservoir & State Park. About 48 acres of farmland edged with a wooded canyon. $418,000

The Ranch Specialist Team Jim Redd, Four Star Realty

707 444-9234


Arnold Realty, Inc.

Dutch Gulch Ranch - Beulah, Wyoming 1,190 acres on the South Redwater Creek drainage. Rolling to rugged country with habitat for elk, deer, antelope & turkey. Visibility from I-90. $3,278,000 Seely Divide Acreage - Hulett, Wyoming Excellent recreational area with deer and turkeys. 160 acres have several wonderful building sites with pine and oak trees. $360,000 Crook County Acreage - Devils Tower, Wyoming 35 acres w/water available. Close to power & phone. Between Sundance and Devils Tower. $160,000 Rendezvous Ridge - Devils Tower, Wyoming 15 acres adjoining Hwy 24 south of Devils Tower. Water available. Close to phone and power. $150,000 Lot 5 Tower Estates - Devils Tower, Wyoming 8 acres S. of Devils Tower with water tap available, utilities near lot line. Highway frontage. $98,000

Kevin Sullivan, Kevin Sullivan Realty, Inc.

707 485-5834 Recreation, River Frontage and/or Timber Parcels in Humboldt County, California. Adjacent to, or surrounded by Six Rivers National Forest, these parcels are teeming with wildlife. Some have Mad River frontage and/or timber. 567± Ac. Mad River Frontage & Timber. $1,100,000 160± Ac. Recreation & Timber. $500,000 160± Ac. Mad River Frontage. $450,000 160± Ac. Neighboring Parcel. $325,000 700± Ac. (includes 3 above) Forms a large contiguous parcel with River Frontage & Timber. $1,500,000 142-Acre Elk Mountain Ranch: Just reduced $350K! Home, guest cabin, barn, panoramic views. Now $999K!

Stockmen’s Realty

520 455-0633 Nancy Belt, Broker San Pedro River Ranch - Benson, AZ: 250-acre Horse Breeding Facility, 55 irrigated acres, 2 homes, 2 barns, mare motel and more. $2.4M. Terms. Croom Ranch - Virden, NM: 310+ head, 4,500 deeded ac., BLM, AZ & NM state grazing leases. $1.7M. Terms. 320-Acre Farm - Kansas Settlement, AZ: 2 pivots, home, workshop, hay storage barn. $1,250,000 P Ranch - Safford, AZ: 235 head; 40 deeded acres; state, BLM and USFS grazing leases. $1,050,000 JV Bar Ranch - Wickenburg, AZ: 216 head; 103 deeded acres; state and BLM and leases. $850,000 79-Acre Farm - Benson, AZ: Along the beautiful San Pedro River, flood irrigated. $850,000 Beloat Ranch - Rainbow Valley, AZ: 300 head; state and BLM leases, bunkhouse on state land. $650,000 56 Head Ranch - Safford, AZ: 640 foothill acres divided into 40s; BLM lease. Adjoins P Ranch. $699,000 Greenlee County, AZ: 139 head; USFS permit; 10 deeded acres in Sheldon, AZ. $400,000. Terms. Santa Teresa Mtns: 200 acres; 17 head; BLM lease; very private & beautiful. Great getaway. $300,000

Kerry Mormann & Associates

805 682-3242 805 886-6131 cell RANCHO DOS PUEBLOS 2,175 Acres in Santa Barbara The magnificent oceanfront “Royal Rancho” of Santa Barbara is for sale for the first time in 30+ years. One of the largest remaining ranches along the spectacular Gaviota Coast, Dos Pueblos Ranch stretches from the Santa Ynez Mountains and down to a sandy beach compound on the Pacific. Abundant agriculture, trees and orchards, 15+ homes and residences including the 5-bedroom, 7-bath “Casa Grande,” garages, barns, support structures & much more grace this incredible ranch. $100,000,000 IDYLLIC VINEYARD GETAWAY 143 Acres in Santa Barbara County Nestled in a private, peaceful valley on a level road about two miles north of Highway 246. The property has a 13-acre producing vineyard with 7 acres of Pinot Noir, 4 acres of Chardonnay and 2 acres of Syrah, all within the STA Rita Hills Appellation. Around 10 additional acres are level and plantable to more vines or another type of farming. The parklike oak trees on the hillsides look down on the vineyard & panoramic views of the surrounding hills and valleys. In addition to the vineyard, improvements include a 3,000-squarefoot barn with a mezzanine, office, worker’s bathroom and a 1-bedroom apartment with full kitchen, bath and living room. $2,850,000 OTHER LISTINGS: $15M - The Montecito Hot Springs - 462 Acres $12.5M - The Gaviota Ranch - 3,306 Acres $8.7M - Oceanfront Ranch - 50 Acres $8.495M - Rancho Chahuchu - 480 Acres $4M – 320-Acre Laguna Ranch $3.1M - Classic 56-Acre Farm   $2.45M - Recreational Ranch - 1,471 Acres

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406 932-6892 Golden Valley Ranch, Melville, MT. 480 ac. $1,150/ac Cedar Coulee Hideaway, Reed Point, MT. 230 ac. $499K Crazy Vista Ranch, Big Timber, MT. 60+ acres, lovely home, spectacular views. $559,000 Pine Ridge Bluff, Big Timber, MT. 320 ac. $3,200/acre Howie Road Ranchette, Big Timber, MT. 6 acres, house. $249,000 Hidden Valley Ranch, Emigrant, MT.  27 acres, price reduction. $295,000 Gilbert Ranch, Big Timber, MT. 116 acres, $459,000 or 160 acres, $480,000. Diamond ‘S’ Ranch, Big Timber, MT. 620 acres, elegant home, outbuildings, refurbished cabin. $3,500,000 Logmaster River View Paradise, Reed Point, MT. 25 ac., beautiful log home, reduced $110,000 to $435,000. River Springs Ranch, Big Timber, MT. 240 acres, $4.8M reduced to $4M. Can be subdivided into 5 lots.

Fuller Western Real Estate

800 754-0544 Ainsworth Ranch – Gunnison County, CO: Located in Colorado’s #1 recreational county. Features a fine 2,200sf cabin. $1,500,000 Arroyo Honda Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: 474± acre cattle/recreational opportunity with great hunting. $945,000 Bader Gulch Ranch – Washikie County, WY: 1,740± acres of summer grazing and unlimited recreational opportunities. $1,395,000 Big Horn Guest Ranch – Gunnison County, CO: Small commercial opportunity with owner’s lodge & 8 rental units on scenic Quartz Creek. $795,000 Bryant Farm – Fremont County, CO: Productive 2,530± acres, 980±-irrigated-acre farm and feedlot located north of Riverton. $2,100,000 Canadian River Ranch – Jackson County, CO: Impressive 2,680±-acre ranch with 5 miles of the Canadian River. $950,000 Canyongate Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: Scenic 2,120±-acre ranch near Gardner in the Wet Mountains. $950,000 Central Colorado Ranches – Park County, CO: Two contiguous 160±-acre ranches only 1.5 hours from Denver. 1) Observatory Rock is a great fishing ranch. $1,575,000. 2) House Creek also is a better equestrian property. $975,000 D Bar T Ranch – Rio Blanco County, CO: On the banks of the White River with impressive home, irrigated meadows and BLM access. $2,500,000 Gateway to the Sangres Ranch – Custer County, CO: Near Westcliffe, a 960±-acre ranch with both flat grazing land and steep forested mountains. $1,250,000 Indian Rock Ranch, Platte County, WY: Unlimited access to three miles of the No. Laramie River. Offers 1,128± acres 20 miles west of Wheatland. $2,250,000 James Farm, Rio Grande County, CO: Productive alfalfa operation with excellent priority water right in San Luis Valley. $1,750,000 J Bar J Ranch, Carbon County, WY: 160± acre end-ofthe-road retreat. Features a stream and private trout lake. Offers three cabins in a park-like setting. $1,500,000 Little Bates Hole Ranch, Natrona County, WY: 8,000± acres S. of Casper on nearly 2 miles of creek. Features deer, antelope, elk and fishing. $1,650,000


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Little Popo Agie River Ranch, Fremont County, WY: 620±-acre cattle operation with 1.5± miles of river, homes & facilities. $1,950,000 Martin Creek Ranch, Huerfano Co., CO: Exceptional recreational opportunity with 400± acres of end-of-theroad mountain property. $990,000 McGarraugh Ranch, Saguache County, CO: 1,840 acres in the San Luis Valley. Good solar or wind potential. $1,126,000 Moose Ridge Hideaway, Unita County, WY: Exceptional custom home on 130 forested acres with short drive to Salt Lake City. $995,000 Old Cow Town Ranch – Saguache, CO: This one-ofa-kind 320±-acre ranch offers an authentic 1880s Old West town. Price reduced to $7,500,000 Rio Grande Fishing Retreat – Mineral County, CO: Spectacular 3,500± sq. ft. home and 4-stall barn sit on 128± acres with a full .5± mile of the Rio Grande River. $3,980,000 Rito Oso Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: One of Colorado’s most beautiful ranches w/ 1.5± miles of the Huerfano River. $2,450,000 Rorick Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: Stunning home & barn on 309 acres overlooking the beautiful La Veta Valley. $1,100,000 Shoutis Orchard – Montrose County, CO: Successful apple & peach orchard on 125 acres. $1,125,000 Spring Canyon Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: Commercial hunting operation & rec. ranch with impressive owner’s home & other cabins. $1,390,000 Walking Y Ranch – Las Animas County, CO: Offering 5,930± total acres, this equates to only $325/deeded acre. Live water, numerous ponds, good grasses and reat hunting. $1,683,500

Sawtooth Mountain Properties P.O. Box 3 • Stanley, Idaho 83278

Windermere Real Estate / East Rondi Egenes Bellevue, WA

206 953-1771 Lake Washington Waterfront, Medina WA: 106 ft. low-bank waterfront, .8 acre. 3BR/3.5BA. $5,385,000 Lake Washington Waterfront, Bellevue WA: 120 ft. of waterfront, .52 acre. One-of-a-kind property built in 1909. $3,795,000 Lake Washington Waterfront, Bellevue WA: 83 ft. of waterfront, .5 acre, 3BR/3BA. Desirable street to water ownership. $3,795,000 Lake Samammish Waterfront, Sammamish WA: 85 ft. of level wft., .8 acre. 4BR/3.5BA. $2,400,000 Lake Washington Waterfront, Kirkland WA: 112 ft. of level waterfront, .39 acre. 5BR/4.5BA. $4,950,000

Pacific Resources and Consulting

208 661-3586

Secluded Idaho Ranch. 90 acres just 42 miles east of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. All services are in place. In the Coeur d’Alene National Forest, providing excellent elk, moose, deer hunting and fishing. Snowmobiling with 500 miles of groomed trails & winter shelters. Skiing in Kellogg, ID is minutes away. This property could serve as a dude ranch or a working cattle/horse facility. $1,300,000

208 774-4000 Ideal 480 Acres in the heart of the Sawtooth Valley with Salmon River frontage and 360-degree mountain views, just 40 miles north of Sun Valley. $4,255,000 Exquisite Custom Hand-hewn Log Home bordering protected ranch land and F.S. land at the base of the Sawtooth Mountains. Must see! $2,800,000

Fratzke Commercial Real Estate Advisors Andie Edmonds, Broker

541 306-0042 EAGLE CAP LODGE is a luxury home on almost 20 acres near the base of the Wallowa Mountains in Eastern Oregon. For more information, please visit: WALLOWA COUNTY OREGON RANCHES From 5 acres to 5,000+ acres…a place to live comfortably, a place to live luxuriously or a trophy ranch to call your own. Whatever your needs, I can help.

Sierra Foothill Properties, Inc. Ronnie Jessup & Stuart Hess

866 333-2184 toll free Oma Drive Retreat: 57 miles northeast of Sacramento in Garden Valley. Beautifully maintained, modern 3/2, 1,782-square-foot home with spacious floor plan, custom accents and 2 secluded acres. Covered decks landscaped, fenced yard many tall pines. Enjoy year round. $235,000 Country Beauty w/Character: Quiet Sierra Foothills location 2-story owner’s house w/covered wraparound veranda, garage, living rm w/woodstove, new flooring & guest cabin w/full bath & kitchen. 12 AC. $305,000 CA’s SIERRA FOOTHILL ACREAGE: 4 Acres: Secluded setting, pond. Must sell. $89,000 5 Acres: Georgetown, Water in, $175,000 10 Acres: Bordering 500+ acres of BLM. $70,000. Two adjoining parcels (10 acres each) $75,000/ $84,000. Access to U.S. Forest Recreation Trails. 23 Acres: Possible seller financing. Incredible prop. Borders USFS, building areas near utilities. $150,000

Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty

Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC

Scott Franklund

307 334-2025 307 760-9510 406 697-3961

303 440-4999 Middle Fork Ranch - Boulder County, CO Nestled in the mountains of northern Colorado alongside the Middle Saint Vrain River & contiguous to national forest, Middle Fork Ranch is the quintessential equestrian estate in a paradise setting. The 300+-acre ranch features 2 houses, guest cabins, indoor arena, modern barn, corrals, jumping lane and a grand prixsize outdoor arena. $6,450,000 Autumn Hill Equestrian Farm – Boulder, CO 97-acre equestrian farm nestled in the foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Modern structures include indoor & outdoor riding arenas, lounge & judging areas, executive offices & manager’s home. Space for 75 horses, 95 clients & 48 events. Includes development rights for principle residence. $9,850,000 Shadow Creek Ranch Homesite – Silverthorne, CO Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase an amazing lot at a drastically reduced price. Picture your dream, custom-built home along the pristine meadows, ridges, streams and ponds of Shadow Creek Ranch, the quintessential Colorado mountain ranch. Valued at $2.65M, this homesite is now offered at $1,299,000! Rushing Water Lane – Steamboat Springs, CO Priced to sell, one of the finest estates in Colorado. 8,475-sf main home & 2,000-sf guesthouse on a 70-acre lot within Storm Mountain Ranch, a 1,063-acre working cattle ranch 5 miles from the Steamboat ski resort. Fish for trophy trout on Walton Creek and 8 acres of ponds— all private, miles of trails, community lodge, horse barn & 5 owner’s cabins. Immaculate home features outdoor shower, infinity pool, gourmet kitchen, home theater, 5 private trout ponds and much more. Replacement cost: $18,500,000. Price just reduced to $10,900,000.

Schrimsher Ranch Real Estate, LLC Ranch Sales and Appraisals Keith L. Schrimsher P.O. Box 802 • Roswell, NM 88202 •

575 622-2343 phone/fax Cat Mountain Ranch: 63 sections of pristine western New Mexico rangeland with 22,934 deeded acres. Adjacent to the Cibola National Forest and San Mateo Mountains. Elk, deer, bear and a great cattle operation. $524/deeded acre. Make an offer! IJM Ranch: A “no frills” cattle ranch w/10,309 total acres (1,525 deeded) & a 169 year-round BLM grazing allotment. Hagerman, NM. $695,000 Willard Ranch: 72 acres. An hour from Santa Fe and Albuquerque. Off the grid, easy access. 1,210 sq. ft. house/studio. 2 wells, solar system, telephone, 6,000 ft. elevation. Juniper mesa rangeland surrounded by huge cattle ranch. Very scenic, very neat! $400,000 Bitter Lakes Refuge Residence & Studio: 40 end-ofthe-road acres. 1,656 sq. ft. residence/studio. Adjoins BLM land and wildlife sanctuary. Additional 40 acres can be assembled. $315,000 Profit Maker Farm: 469-acre, sprinkler-irrigated alfalfa hay farm with 418 acres water rights. Roswell, NM. $1,300,000

CIRCLE VALLEY RANCH–Niobrara County, WY: 2,252 contiguous deeded acres. Six low-pressure center pivots irrigate 840 acres. Excellent set of improvements. $3,250,000 COOPER RANCH–Fremont County, WY: 320 acres with exceptional views, 3,500 sq. ft. log home, guesthouse and other outbuildings. $1,500,000 FIKE FARM–Fremont County: Extraordinary 104 acres with custom-built 1,840 sq. ft. home, horse barn, metal corrals. 63.3 irrigated acres planted in alfalfa. Two wells. Reduced to $589,000. ZERBE RANCH–Niobrara County, WY: 1,161- deededacre ranch 7.5 miles north of Lusk, WY. 300 acres of dryland hay ground. $560,000 FLYING V RANCH–Platte County, WY: Excellent water rights on 506± deeded acres 5 miles north of Wheatland. 1.5 miles of river frontage. Remarkable improvements. $2,750,400 LEMASTER FARM—Laramie County, WY: Exceptional 1,920 contiguous deeded-acre dryland wheat farm. Generates 5%± cash rent return. Excellent location. $2,000,000 SQUAW CREEK RANCH—Sioux County, NE: Lowoverhead 6,052±-deeded-acre grass ranch. Wellmaintained improvements. Owner-rated 250 pairs yearround. Reduced to $2,000,000. RIVER RANCH—Converse County, WY: 488± deeded acres with 3/4 mile river frontage. 236 irrigated acres. 2 miles hwy frontage. Excellent improvements. Two residences. Reduced to $1,295,000. STINSON RANCH—Converse County, WY: 2,920± acres: 2,840 deeded and 80 BLM lease. 14 miles east of Douglas, WY. Ample water throughout. Abundant wildlife. $1,238,544

Galles Properties 414 Pagosa St. • Pagosa Springs, CO

877 572-4672 Dream Catcher – Pagosa Springs, CO Excellent 81-acre Colorado ranch bordering NF. 5,721 sf custom Canada Douglas fir log home, 3-car garage, horse barn, 1,049 sf apartment, $2,199,000. Juli Morelock. First Notch – Pagosa Springs, CO Extraordinary full round log home. Perfectly nestled on a private 40-acre NF inholding, 7,637 sf, 5BR/5BA highend upgrades. $1,950,000. Juli Morelock. 160-Ac. Colorado Horse Ranch – Pagosa Springs, CO 2,100 sf home, 110x220 indoor arena, 40x50 shop, outdoor round pen, great mtn. views, on NF, creek, lush meadows. $2,400,000. Tim Plate/Steve Crow. 56 Acres: Colorado Log Lodge – Pagosa Springs, CO 7,100 sf custom log, 4 master suites, trout stream & NF, close to Wolf Creek ski area, paved access, big views, unique property, great value! $3,400,000. Steve Crow. 38-Acre Horse Property – Pagosa Springs, CO BIG views from the 3,400 sf log lodge & guest cabin. 2 barns, fenced and cross-fenced. Hwy. access & very private. $1,099,000. Stan Zuege. 22 Acres With Views – Pagosa Springs, CO Magnificent full-round log home. Captures enormous views of North Range of the San Juan Mtns. Borders NF on 2 sides. $1,595,000. Brent Christians.

340-Acre Ranch – Pagosa Springs, CO This 340-ac. ranch surrounded by NF offers magnificent views of the Continental Divide & the Piedra Valley. Lots of water for irrigation! $6,000,000. Brent Christians. Powderkeg Ranch: 463 Acres – Pagosa Springs, CO NF on 3 sides, mountain views, high mtn. meadows & river with year-round access. Endless opportunities. $4,600,000. Lindy Moore. 35.44 Acres with gentle terrain, grassy meadows, lake & mountain views. Timbered. Privacy & serenity on this gorgeous mountain land adjoining the San Juan National Forest on 2 sides. $372,000. Lindy Moore.

High Country Properties, Inc. 970 728-3500 Larry Wooddell, Broker THE RANCH, RIDGWAY, CO. Near Telluride. VIEWS, VIEWS, VIEWS. Rare Ridgway 269+ acre ranch bordering BLM. World-class home. Overlooks prestigious ranch valley. Irrigated Pastures. Hunt, fish, bike & ski. Ponds, shop & barn. Secluded, yet minutes to town. Close to Montrose Airport.

Jann C. Pitcher Real Estate 970 946-3856 Lee Riley PAGOSA SPRINGS COLORADO RANCHES 375 Acres Bordering BLM. Secluded, but year-round access. Elec, phone, & water. Top-of-the-world views. Superb hunting. $1.4M. MLS#624927. No restrictions. 185 Acres Bordering National Forest. Great mountain views. Close to town. Phone & electricity to property. Could be split into 5, 35-acre parcels. MLS#639608. Several Other 35-Acre Parcels in the area. To view, visit or call Lee Riley, 970 946-3856 or

New Mexico Mountain Properties

888 687-5253 ROSEWATER RANCH has breathtaking views on 660± acres at 10,000-foot elevation. Aspen, ancient bristlecone pines, lush meadows and spring-fed lake attract abundant wildlife.  Secluded, yet close to Taos. $6,600,000 SIX MILE CREEK RANCH, 1,792± total acres have it all: 390± acres of lush irrigated pasture, 900± acres of forested land with open meadows, 494.5 acre-feet of adjudicated water rights and 15 bull/10 cow elk permits per year. 2 live streams feed 6 trout-stocked ponds. The 2,375± SF, 2 bedroom, 1 3/4 bathroom, ranch-style home has a wall of windows overlooking Eagle Nest Lake. $12,000,000 MOUNTAIN HORSE PROPERTY, Nice 3BR/2.5BA cabin w/views on 25+ acres of lush meadow. $429,000

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Mason Real Estate, Inc. Brian Mason, Broker/Owner

970 234-3167 cell Colorado * Delta County * Crawford Privacy, magnificent view and a fabulous setup! Outstanding views of Needlerock, West Elks and the valley floor! Two homes: main home has 4,000± sq. ft., 4BR/3BA; 2nd home has 3BR/2BA with a 1-car attached garage! 134± acres with 50± irrigated acres. Two HUGE garages: 3-car with dog kennel, 2-car with huge shop & walk-in cooler. Two water taps & well. Excellent equestrian setup with 2 horse barns, tack room with living quarters, hot walker, new hay/equipment shed & poultry house! Enjoy deer, elk, pheasants and private trout pond out the back door! Call Brian! $1,800,000.

Ranch Marketing Associates

970 535-0881 • Ron Morris 970 927-3850 • Billy Long Aldrich Mountain 640 - Grant County, OR 640 acres atop Aldrich Mountain offers spectacular views. New 1,200 sq. ft. log cabin with wraparound deck, Tennessee Creek originates on property with seeps and springs throughout. Turn-key operation for family, guests or hunters. $950,000 Argyle Ranch - Pringle, SD 520 acres with 90% perimeter bordering national forest 25 miles east of WY and one hour from Rapid City. High water table, wells, development potential. $1,500,000 Bell Ranch - Paonia, CO 50% undivided interest in 800 acres near Aspen surrounded by national forest, ponds, creeks, yearround outdoor entertainment, private. $4,000,000 Big Creek Ranch - Steamboat Springs, CO 5,034 trophy acres bordering national forest, 11,000 sq. ft. lodge, four miles of Big Creek, development potential in resort town. $59,500,000 Big West Ranch - Powder River, WY Spectacular working & grass ranch consisting of 92,200 total acres. Western scenery, wildlife, 3 homes, cook/bunk house, barn, several outbuildings, working corrals, excellent water from springs, natural wells and intermittent streams. $9,800,000 Blue Mountain Park Ranch – Loveland, CO 1,350 acres, exceptional wildlife & hunting near Front Range, 2 building sites, national forest access. $7,950,000 Bonsall Farm - Bonsall, CA 190-acre hacienda estate & working ranch, avocado and citrus groves, horse facilities, manager’s homes, pools, ranch office, gardens & barn. $18,000,000 Castle Cliff Farm – Castle Rock, CO 52-acre executive equestrian estate between Colorado Springs and Denver, gated entry, 24-stall and 7-stall barns, arena & caretaker’s home. $10,700,000 Chaparral Lakes Ranch – Redding, CA 400 private acres near national parks, retail, airport with wildlife and development potential. $1,750,000 Clark Creek Ranch – Elgin, OR In heart of Blue Mtns., 471 acres with ponds, springs, north fork of Clark Creek through property. Near national forest and wilderness areas. $1,975,000 Colorado River Cattle Ranch – Kremmling, CO Part of Grand River Ranch, 1,235 acres at 9,500' with modern Western-design home, 3 additional homes, outbuildings and access to national forest. $6,500,000


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Cottonwood Springs Ranch – Durango, CO 540-acre luxury equestrian estate with masterpiece residence & manager’s home, 20,000 sq. ft. barn, stateof-the-art breeding and training facilities, impeccable landscaping and much more. $12,000,000 Dater Creek Ranch – La Grange, WY 2,320 acres of rolling grasslands, small buttes, hills, seasonal stream, fenced. $1,234,800 Diamond D Ranch – Elbert, CO Near Black Forest, 324 acres, spectacular views, 2-story barn, pond with spring, development potential and beautiful Front Range setting. $1,950,000 Diamond K Ranch – Larkspur, CO 227-acre livestock operation near Black Forest, Pike’s Peak views, two-story home, barns, cattle facilities, development potential. $2,950,000 El Caso Ranch - Quemado, NM 70,000 total acres (3,250 deeded) surrounded by Gila NF with income, dev. & rec. opportunities, agriculture, residence, guest home, restaurant/bar, boat marina, master-planned gated community. $9,825,000 Elk Haven Ranch - Loveland, CO 1,650-acre hunting ranch, 2+ miles of national forest close to Estes Park, wildlife and scenery. $8,950,000 Fiddleback Ranch - Kiowa, CO 1,297-acre development property along Bijou Creek divided into 35-acre parcels with individual water rights, 200-acre-foot senior alluvial well. $2,250,000 Four Mile Creek Ranch – Glenwood Springs, CO 1,135-acre lifestyle ranch fronting 1+ mile of Four Mile Creek surrounded by lush alpine landscape, impeccable main residence, guest homes, cabins, barns, equestrian facilities, wildlife, ample water rights. $19,500,000. Garfield Creek Ranch– New Castle, CO 1,800 acres 1.25 hours from Aspen and Vail in highcountry. Superb hunting, year-round recreation, borders BLM land on three sides, Garfield Creek traverses through property. $6,900,000 Gore Canyon Ranch – Kremmling, CO Part of Grand River Ranch, 337 acres, 3 homesites, mixed forest, spectacular mountain views. $2,600,000 Hay Draw Ranch – Union Center, SD 2,240 acres, views in all directions, 3BR home, bunkhouse, 7-acre lake & hay production. $3,200,000 High Meadows Ranch - Steamboat Springs, CO 196 acres borders and surrounded by Routt NF, one mile of Morrison Creek, direct access to Sarvis Creek Wilderness, residence, guest cabins, two-story barn, arena, cooking pavilion in lush alpine wonderland. $4,100,000 Hunter’s Choice Game Ranch – Crawford, NE 1,140 total acres in Pine Ridge area, elk and wild turkey hunting ranch, well water, high game fence, successfully operated. $700,000 Investment Land & Water – Windsor/Severance, CO 157-acre investment opportunity, develop. potential, valuable water rights, flood irrigated, agricultural lease in place. $2,700,000 Little Deer Creek Ranch – Fort Laramie, WY 4th generation cattle ranch, 5,255 deeded acres, 3+ miles of creek, 125-acre pivot sprinkler, wide meadows, ideal building sites, views. $2,400,000 Little Ponderosa Ranch – Lyons, CO 18 acres with both sides of creek, 3BR home, fruit cellar, barn, adjacent to open space, close to Rocky Mountain National Park. $995,000 Lookout Mountain Ranch - Glenwood Springs, CO 894 acres overlooking entire Roaring Fork Valley. Development potential or trophy ranch. $8,940,000 Mallon Ranch – Orland, CA 3,408 acres of gently rolling grassland in Sacramento Valley foothills, good water resources, 5 yr-round ponds, cattle property w/prime develop. potential. $7.5M Mesa Meadow Ranch - Kremmling, CO Part of Grand River Ranch, 835 acres, 3 homesites, creek, irrigated meadow, hay production capability. $2,200,000 Mountain View Retreat – Tabernash/Winter Park, CO 70 acres (two 35-acre tracts), year-round access in the midst of national forest, mountain views 3,500 sq. ft. home, Morton barn, shop. $2,400,000 North Platte River Valley Ranch - Saratoga, WY 107-acre waterfront ranch on tributary of North Platte River offers excellent fishing, wildlife, proximity to small town charm and amenities of Saratoga with development potential and excellent water rights. $2,500,000 Oak Meadows – Glenwood Springs, CO The highest lot, 5-acre parcel has spectacular views and borders private ranchland. $400,000

Painted Meadows Ranch – LaGrange, WY 1,296 acres, custom 4,000 sq. ft. home, 3 wells, horse & cattle barns & facilities, hay storage, shop. $1,200,000 Pass Creek Ranch & Wolford Mountain Ranch Kremmling, CO Two ranches encompassing 900 ac., multiple homesites, views of Wolford Mountain Reservoir, Pass Creek runs through property, 8,200' in elevation. $1,800,000 Pine Ridge Elk Ranch – Harrison, NE Turn-key commercial hunting ranch, 360-degree views, lodge/residence accommodates guests, spring-fed fishing ponds, equipment/workshop, garage. $1,950,000 Powderhorn Wilderness Hideout – Powderhorn, CO 4.77 acres, direct access to NF with 360-degree views, 2-level log home, barn, corrals, round pen. $750,000 Prange Ranch – Nunn, CO 90-year-old reputation working ranch, 8,000 deeded acres, 1,920 state lease acres. Runs 1,000 yearlings, 3 homes, barns corrals, 8 wells. $4,200,000 Piney Peak Ranch – Kremmling, CO Part of Grand River Ranch, 441 acres, 3 homesites, 9,500 ft. in elevation, views of Flat Tops Wilderness Area, Piney Peak and Front Range. $2,750,000 Roan Creek Ranch – De Beque, CO 120-acre ranch, lush irrigated meadows, good water rights, excellent hunting and fishing, .25 mile of creek runs through the property. $780,000 Rockin’ R Ranch – Pagosa Springs, CO 35-acre equestrian paradise, impeccable mountain home, custom horse facilities, close to Durango & Wolf Creek Ski Resort. $1,600,000 Royal Elk at Diamond Star Ranch - Vail CO Part of the 10,400-acre Diamond Star Ranch, this 140acre ranch retreat includes a 9,000 SF custom home, pool & hot tub, guest home, access to outstanding shared amenities, including lodge, fishing, riding arena and more. call for price and terms. Ruby Lake Ranch – Alder, MT 8,871 contiguous acres rich in natural resources, 3+ miles of shoreline along Ruby Reservoir. $19,800,000 Shepardsbend on the Colorado River - Kremmling, CO Some of the best fly-fishing water available w/1.5+ mile of both sides of the Colorado R. providing large numbers of trout only two hours NW of Denver. $2,280,000 Sheridan West Pasture – Sheridan, WY 320-acre horse or small cattle ranch on a bench with mtn. views, several draws, seasonal reservoirs, spring, perimeter-fenced, year-round access. $1,520,000 Smith Creek Estate – Basalt, CO 35-acre mtn retreat, custom log home, wrap-around deck overlooking trout pond, privacy, wildlife. $2,695,000 Smith Ranch on the Belle Fourche River – Hulett, WY North of Devils Tower National Monument, 500 acres, excellent building sites, ranch home, outbuildings, springs/creeks, stock water. $1,250,000 Specie Wilderness Ranch - Telluride, CO Close to Telluride, 548 total acres & 1+ mile NF boundary. Available in 2 parcels or entire ranch. $6.5M Split Rock Ranch – Muddy Gap, WY Large production ranch with 200,000± total acres, 12 miles of Sweetwater River, six homes, full livestock facilities and more. $14M or $7M for a 50% interest. Sunnyside Ranch – Yampa, CO 954 acres between Vail and Steamboat Springs. Big game hunting, outdoor rec., develop. potential. $4,960,000 Tailwaters Ranch – Kremmling, CO Part of Grand River Ranch, 388 acres, 3 homesites overlooking charming fishing camp & miles of Muddy Creek & Gore Range. $1,950,000 Two Rivers Cow Camp – Steamboat Springs, CO 23 acres borders national forest, spring-fed trout pond, carriage house/residence, five-bay garage, guest cabin, full equine facilities, security/privacy gate. $2,650,000 Triangle 51 Ranch – Chugwater, WY 268 acres on Chugwater Flats, custom barn/home with tack room & office, three wells, pastures, year-round access. $595,000 Travis Ranch - Ruth, CA 100,000 acres (12,000 deeded almost totally enclosed in federal lands), greatest scenery in the western Coastal Range. $10,500,000 Trophy Mule Deer Hunting Ranch – Crawford, NE 1,420-acre high-fenced hunting ranch, first-class lodge offers full accommodations, views, privacy. $1,625,000 Y-6 Ranch – Meriden, Wyoming 24,750 acres, 5th generation cattle ranch with 6,500-head feedlot & mill, irrigation, runs 1,500 pair. $15,950,000

INFORMATION DATES: We invite you to meet with a Westchester representative at the Town & Country Club in Miles City, MT.

12 Tracts Ranging from 80 to 2,560 Acres

8,000± Deeded Acres 1,920± State Lease 30 Miles North of Greeley, CO 19 Miles South of Cheyenne, WY AUCTION LOCATION: Island Grove - Event Center. 501 North 14th Avenue. Greeley, CO 80631 INFORMATION DATES: Tuesday, April 13 • 12:00pm to 2:00pm Tuesday, April 27 • 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Meet a Westchester representative at the Home on Tract 3 to view the properties and pick up additional information.

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