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FEATURE RANCH 34 v Dancing Wind Ranch Listed by Legacy Lands, LLC

BEST OF THE WEST 46 v Slate Creek Ranch Listed by Romick & Associates, Inc.

ITEM OF INTEREST 10 v Horsemanship Made Simple Clinton Anderson’s Signature Method

REFERENCE 7 v Broker Index 8 v Property Index & Map

CLASSIFIEDS 105 v Additional Properties in the Marketplace

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Bull Cedar Ranch

Stanuseich Ranch and Rancho Serrano

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Sierra Buttes page 26

Apishapa River Canyon Ranch page 39

Caribou Springs Ranch page 75

Lone Eagle Land Brokerage, Inc. ..62

Arnold Realty Inc. ..........................92

Mason & Morse

broker index

Alain Pinel Realtors .......................70 Bates Sanders Swan

Ranch Company ........................ 17

Land Company ..........................68

Mason Real Estate Inc...................95

Bottari Realty, Inc. ........................104

Newman Realty ..............................86

Boulder Mountain Realty, Inc. ..101

Oregon Opportunities

Cabela’s Trophy Properties...24, 97

Real Estate ................................... 76

California Outdoor Properties ....24

Pacific Range Properties ...............52

Century 21

Pacific Real Estate

Cornerstone Realty, LLC .......102

Partners, Inc. .............................103

The Chickering Company ............80

Phillips & Company .....................82

Clark & Associates

Prudential Steamboat Realty .......96

Land Brokers, LLC ....................93

Prudential Triple S Realty

Clark Company ..............................72

Legacy Properties West, LLC ..78

Colliers International ..................104

Raich Montana Properties LLC .. 14

Crater Lake Realty, Inc................100

Ranch Marketing Associates........38

Fay Ranches .................................... 31

Romick & Associates, Inc. ...........46

Fuller Sotheby’s

Slifer Smith & Frampton

International Realty .................. 74

Real Estate ...................................60

Fuller Western Real Estate ..........54

Don Solberg, Broker ......................88

Girten Land Company..................90

Sotheby’s International Realty

Will Godfrey, Broker .....................88

Jackson Hole Brokerage ...........98

The Group Inc. Real Estate ..........94

Steelhead Capital ...........................66

Hall and Hall ...................................42

Telluride Properties .......................58

Harrigan Land Company, LLC ...48

Tomlinson Sandpoint Sotheby’s

Headquarters West, Ltd. ..............64

International Realty ................103

Intermountain Realty Group.......97

Van Cleve Associates .....................84

Legacy Lands, LLC ........................34

Western United Realty..................56

Live Water Properties....................50

Windermere Real Estate, East .....99

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12............... Yavapai................... 21 320............ Santa Cruz............64 1,700......... Yavapai................... 19 52,000...... Cochise..................65

California 1................. Marin......................70 3................. Alameda................. 71 6................. Contra Costa........ 71 6................. El Dorado..............28 22............... Plumas...................27 23............... Contra Costa........70 26............... El Dorado..............52 40............... Alpine..................... 81 40............... Stanislaus..............53 44............... Shasta.....................28 48............... Mendocino...........26 51............... Shasta.....................30 70............... Nevada................... 81 80............... Yuba.......................25 83............... Plumas................... 81 97............... Napa.......................25 99............... San Joaquin..........53 100............. Madera.................104 120............ Shasta.....................66 120............ Yolo.........................67 126............ Shasta.....................28 127............ Mendocino...........84 155............ Solano....................28 468............ Mendocino...........25 480............ Colusa....................53





480............ Napa.......................27 586............ Tehama..................24 652............ Lassen....................26 714............. Amador..................80 877............ Sierra......................26 891............. Monterey...............73 944............ San Joaquin..........30 1,020......... Siskiyou.................27 1,109......... Amador..................52 1,119.......... Yolo.........................27 1,141.......... Tehama.................. 81 1,180......... Sutter......................24 1,630......... Plumas...................25 1,832......... Nevada...................80 1,915......... San Luis Obispo...72 1,989......... Colusa....................24 2,300......... Colusa....................24 2,300......... Glenn.....................24 2,458......... Siskiyou.................70 2,477......... Siskiyou.................29 2,500......... Glenn.....................85 2,995......... Tehama..................80 3,243......... Tehama..................30 3,286......... Monterey...............73 3,286......... San Luis Obispo...73 3,924......... Los Angeles...........29 4,400......... Napa.......................40 4,770......... Siskiyou................. 71 5,445......... Modoc....................26 5,480......... Colusa....................30 5,844......... Tehama..................29 6,378......... Monterey...............73 9,500......... Tehama..................84 10,000....... Solano....................29 10,884....... Monterey...............72

Colorado 12............... Larimer..................94 12............... Routt...................... 41 25............... La Plata..................79 35............... Larimer..................94 35............... Park........................ 91 38............... Eagle....................... 61 42............... San Miguel............58 70............... Fremont.................55 70............... Summit.................. 74 104............. San Miguel............59 106............. Routt......................96 110............. Routt......................96 116............. Routt......................96 124............ Archuleta...............54 125............ Montrose...............45 126............ Larimer..................40 126............ Montrose...............62 128............ La Plata..................78 128............ Montezuma..........78 134............ Eagle....................... 61 142............. Grand.....................90 143............. Clear Creek...........49 145............. Montrose...............62 160............. Larimer..................94 170............. Park........................90 182............ Hinsdale................62

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185............ Grand..................... 91 190............ Larimer.................. 41 191............. Eagle....................... 61 194............ Gunnison..............22 203............ Custer....................22 225............ Pueblo....................20 273............ Park........................90 282............ Pitkin......................50 309............ Mesa....................... 74 315............. Gunnison..............20 320............ Gunnison..............63 320............ Mineral..................55 320............ Routt......................60 337............ Grand.....................38 360............ Garfield..................60 372............ Garfield..................60 375............ Park........................ 91 388............ Grand.....................38 391............. Gunnison..............49 400............ La Plata..................79 422............ San Miguel............58 441............. Grand.....................38 465............ Montezuma..........78 518............. Montezuma..........78 527............ San Miguel............58 540............ La Plata..................39 550............ Boulder..................75 592............ Delta.......................95 640............ Park........................ 91 661............. Park........................ 14 680............ Grand.....................38 747............. Routt......................96 891............. Park........................90 960............ Garfield..................43 1,113......... Routt......................46 1,469......... Mesa.......................95 1,677......... Mesa.......................95 1,871......... Delta.......................95 1,880......... Mineral..................44 1,962......... Larimer..................56 2,000......... Gunnison..............59 2,300......... Garfield.................. 21 2,665......... Routt......................48 2,850......... Rio Blanco.............42 4,853......... San Miguel............63 4,900......... Gunnison..............40 5,901......... Routt......................54 6,200......... Saguache...............39 8,818......... Routt...................... 51 8,842......... Grand.....................43 13,000...... Las Animas...........39 28,700...... San Miguel............63

Idaho 13............... Idaho......................88 34............... Kootenai..............103 38............... Idaho......................89 186............ Fremont................. 51 500............ Custer....................42 720............ Latah......................44 1,536......... Caribou..................50 1,550......... Blaine.....................45 5,915......... Bannock................68









14............... Park........................37

32............... Snohomish...........99

20............... Gallatin..................33

1,237......... Douglas...............103

20............... Madison................32 20............... Park........................37


165............. Stillwater............... 31

17............... Sheridan................40

385............ Park........................ 31

67............... Goshen..................86

848............ Stillwater...............33

112............. Washakie...............82

867............ Ravalli....................42

207............ Teton......................32

980............ Broadwater...........37

240............ Goshen..................86

1,035......... Yellowstone..........43

280............ Platte......................54

1,048......... Gallatin..................45 1,201......... Rosebud................93 1,542......... Fergus....................45 1,749......... Park........................34 3,054......... Beaverhead........... 51 3,810......... Park........................ 31 4,190......... Pondera.................68 5,000......... Jefferson................44 5,500......... Sweet Grass..........79

360............ Laramie..................87 593............ Big Horn................44 634............ Sweetwater............57 640............ Carbon...................49 640............ Carbon...................57 840............ Albany....................54 917............. Sublette..................98 960............ Fremont.................55 1,200......... Fremont.................56

12,180....... Teton......................33

1,348......... Carbon.................102

New Mexico

1,413......... Park........................50 1,835......... Crook.....................92

1,889......... Rio Arriba..............79 2,640......... Catron....................49 34,000...... Catron....................23 34,000...... Cibola.....................23 47,309....... Catron....................48 290,100.... San Miguel............69

2,200......... Johnson.................93


6,700......... Albany....................56

3,425......... Elko......................104 247,000.... Elko........................42


2,200......... Niobrara................87 2,777......... Carbon...................57 3,016......... Sublette..................98 3,210......... Park........................83 5,392......... Crook.....................92 7,078......... Niobrara................86 8,787......... Goshen..................93 23,490...... Natrona..................82 28,453...... Johnson.................93

15............... Jackson..................77 40............... Jackson..................77 54............... Jackson.................. 76 70............... Klamath...............100 122............ Jackson.................. 76 250............ Jackson.................. 76 268............ Jackson..................77 300............ Baker......................32 314............. Jackson.................. 76 1,020......... Klamath................. 51 1,060......... Klamath...............100 1,998......... Jackson..................77 3,080......... Klamath...............100 9,000......... Crook..................... 17 12,000....... Grant...................... 19 36,000...... Klamath...............100

62,080...... Converse...............92


7,870......... Cowley................... 18

39............... Garfield................ 101 40............... Wasatch.................97 80............... Wayne.................. 101 234............ Daggett..................50 1,920......... Garfield..................97 2,150......... Sevier......................97 5,000......... Morgan..................97 5,340......... Summit..................68

62,080...... Natrona..................92 92,200...... Natrona..................39 120,519..... Natrona.................. 41 200,000.... Carbon................... 41 200,000.... Fremont................. 41 200,000.... Natrona.................. 41

Outside the Region Argentina 180,000.... Neuquen


Kansas 7,870......... Butler..................... 18

Nebraska 81............... Scotts Bluff............86 212............. Sioux......................87 352............ Scotts Bluff............87 860............ Deuel......................82

South Dakota 7,100.......... Fall River...............92







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

28 1 24 44 11 4 57 47 49 45 14 7 53 45 25 41 10 40 3 37 42 21 18 54 19 9 55 23 43 50 56 27 29 48 32 51 39 38 6 13 2 26 26 20 34 16 8 5 46 36 52 22 17

22 52 23 59 63 55 11 34

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

Hawaii Hawaii Honolulu

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

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Valley Washington Kalawao Kauai Maui


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

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


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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46 54 8 35 52 56 22 17 42 11 28 32 45 24 2 48 26 3 28 31 7 34 23 15 21 6 1 47 27 36 18 19 39 49 25 9 4 55 20 43 30 29 12 40 14 13

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


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

33 51 50 16 5 41 10 37 44 53

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

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

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

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


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

26 18 2 28 7 1 11 9 25 20 3 16 5 15

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

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

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19 1 2 18 10 6 14 21 26 22 25 11 29 16 7 23 3 8 27 17 20 9 4 15 12 13 28 24 5


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

21 34 29 11 8 37 32 36 12 4 30 33 20 23 9

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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HorsemansHip made simple

Clinton Anderson’s Signature Method


op clinician, Clinton Anderson is renowned for his easy-to-understand method of horsemanship that focuses on safety. What started as a passion for horses as a young boy in his native Australia has turned into an all-consuming desire to help others achieve a new level of horsemanship. As a teenager, he apprenticed under Australian horsemen – Gordon McKinlay and Ian Francis, studied every book and video he could get his hands on and even traveled to the States as a young trainer to learn from the American greats. “I’m

a firm believer that you never stop learning or adding to your skills,” Clinton shares. “Over the past 19 years, I’ve gained an incredible amount of knowledge and experience.” The culmination of which is the Downunder Horsemanship Method, a step-by-step program that helps owners achieve an obedient, safe and willing horse.


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What separates Clinton’s method from other programs is his focus on safety and achieving results quickly. “No one wants to be around a horse that constantly makes you look over your shoulder with fear,” Clinton explains. “Whether you compete and go to horse shows on the weekends or trail ride every chance you get, being around your horse should be a relaxing, good time. You should enjoy your partnership with him and he should enjoy being around you.” Clinton’s method focuses on earning the horse’s respect through a series of groundwork and riding exercises designed to gain control of the horse’s feet. “When you can control your horse’s feet, you gain confidence, and if you have confidence in your horse and in your ability to control him, you can relax and have fun,” he emphasizes. Clinton first started sharing his method in 1998 when he toured the States conducting clinics and tours. By 2001, he became the first clinician to start a television series on horse training for RFD-TV, and today Downunder Horsemanship is the network’s highest rated equine program. Clinton made headlines in 2003 when he won the Road to the Horse Colt Starting Challenge and then again in 2005 when he became the first ever two-time champion of the event, which involves breaking an untrained colt in just three hours. Downunder Horsemanship is headquartered in Stephenville, Texas where Clinton continues to inspire the dreams of horsemen with instructional DVDs and written manuals that comprise an in-depth home-study course and innovative training tools. In a little over three years, his No Worries Club, a fan-based community, has grown to over 13,000 members and is gaining in popularity. A respected trainer in his own right, Clinton breeds and shows his own reining horses and consistently places at the top of the sport. Hundreds of horse owners travel to his ranch each year to attend clinics where they learn to excel their horsemanship, and he conducts standing room-only tours bringing crowds to their feet explaining the benefits of the Method and demonstrating the incredible bond that can be established between horse and human.

matched to an owner looking for a safe and trusting partner. Trained by his apprentices, Signature Horses know Clinton’s entire program from fundamentals groundwork to advanced maneuvers. “Whether you’re looking to build your confidence with a safe, dependable and exceptionally well-trained horse, or achieve an in-depth understanding of the Method that you can use to excel in any discipline with any horse, Signature Horses are an opportunity to find the horse of your dreams,” Clinton explains. These horses are responsive and well-mannered enough for beginners, including

children and older adults. Safe, respectful and attentive to riders’ needs, Signature Horses provide a fun and fulfilling learning experience, and as a rider’s confidence and horsemanship skills develop, the Signature Horse is there ready to accelerate their learning. “They are great for riders who are looking to gain confidence in the saddle again,” Clinton says, adding that riders will never outgrow their Signature Horse because they are capable of excelling in any chosen discipline Clinton firmly believes that there are no shortcuts when it comes to getting a

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respectful, safe horse that’s a joy to ride. The only exception to that rule,

completely understood our riding background,” Bonnie Troxel says.

he says, is if you get a horse from him already trained. Just as kids don’t

“We knew Clinton wouldn’t let us buy a horse if he didn’t feel it was

educate themselves sitting in front of the television, horses don’t train

a good match. We had a lot of faith in his judgment and there was no

themselves standing around in the pasture. “Many of my customers

pressure to buy the horse.”

are highly successful professionals and don’t have the time necessary

Suzanne Glancy has found the same success with her Signature

to consistently devote to training a truly safe and enjoyable mount,”

Horses, “I’ve had previous experiences buying horses from people who

he says. “That’s why my Signature Horses are ideal. Rather than you

said they were bombproof and you could do anything with, but that

spending time in the roundpen or doing groundwork with your horse

didn’t turn out to be true. Clinton’s horses are genuinely safe and are

to earn his respect and trust, I do the hard work for you.” Working professional and horsewoman, Kathy Worley knows that firsthand. “A Signature Horse is perfect for somebody like me who doesn’t have all the time in the world to ride,” she explains. “I didn’t have the time to teach one of my own horses the entire Method, but once I bought a horse that knows the Method, I was able to learn it myself.” With two Signature Horses of her own, Kathy says that her confidence has soared and she’s able to accomplish horsemanship goals she never thought possible. Ensuring Harmony With his years of experience helping thousands of horse owners train and improve their relationship with their horses, Clinton prides himself

amazing confidence builders.” Signature Horses are worked daily and ridden on trails and in the arena to ensure that they’re relaxed and confident no matter the situation. “The amount of knowledge my Signature Horse has continues to impress me,” Janet Presnell says. “He is such a safe horse. When people come to the barn and see him, they all make comments about how calm and easygoing he is.” Since offering Signature Horses for sale two years ago, Clinton has experienced an unprecedented demand for the well-trained horses. He selects only 20 horses each year to begin the rigorous training, and prospective owners are put on a waiting list until the horse that matches all of their criteria is available. In fact, Clinton is so confident in his

on being able to help people pick out the right horse. Not only does

Signature Horses that they come with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

he have an eye for choosing quality horses, but he also has a practiced

“I want to make absolutely certain new owners are happy with their

ability to match horses with people. When it comes to matching a

equine partners,” Clinton explains. “After all, we all got into horses

potential owner up with a Signature Horse, Clinton pays close attention

because we wanted to enjoy the experience and stay safe doing it.” v

to the owner’s goals and personality. All prospective owners visit the ranch and receive an entire day of personal training from Clinton’s

To learn more about Clinton Anderson, the Method and Signature Horses,

apprentices with their Signature Horse.

visit and be sure to check out the events

“Clinton made sure we knew everything about the horse and he

page to locate a Walkabout Tour near you.


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Cover Ranch

Barney Creek Ranch

If a picture is worth a thousand words, the words should flow freely, unceasingly— if one’s breath was not stolen by the sight.

In Paradise Valley, the world is a breathtaking canvas of natural beauty conveyed in layers: towering mountains, sloping foothills, extensive valleys and a roaring river that shapes and gives life to it all—a scene perfectly scripted and infinitely inspiring. Once owned by American novelist and screenwriter Thomas McGuane, III, Barney Creek Ranch was a place of inspiration, a private retreat where he bore witness to the ever-changing American West: its storied past and its uncertain future. Today, one thing is certain. Barney Creek remains a place where natural beauty and historic buildings still dominate the landscape, vastly untouched. “It’s exceptional. There’s really no other way to describe it,” said Tracy Raich, owner of Raich Montana Properties, LLC and a consistent top seller in the southwestern Montana real estate market. “You can see beauty throughout Paradise Valley, but Barney Creek really lets you live it. This is one of the most exceptional recreational properties of this size to come on the market.” Encompassing 661± deeded acres, Barney Creek Ranch is a recreational haven for the hunter or general outdoor enthusiast who desires more than a view from the porch. Bordered by U.S. Forest Service land and thousands of acres of wilderness and surrounded by three mountain ranges, the ranch is literally submerged within meadows, rolling hills, mature aspen stands, creek frontage and extensive grasslands. Diverse topography welcomes the hunter with dense coniferous forests filled with wildlife and the outdoorsman with exclusive public lands for hiking, skiing and horseback riding. Accessed off Barney Creek Road, just 20 minutes south of Livingston, the ranch has fencing on three sides, as well as numerous pastures and grazing land that could handle up to 120 head of cattle. The ranch features 1,000 feet of Barney Creek frontage, and Pine Creek is used for floodirrigation to 40± acres of pasture and 40± acres of hay ground. Additional water is provided by two wells. A perfect blend of contemporary architecture with rustic accents, the 2,916-square-foot, four-bedroom, two-bath main home is a true retreat, perfect for quiet seclusion or entertaining guests. The spacious floor plan features vaulted ceilings, pathways that allow effortless movement of light and people


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from room to room, warm wooden accents and an exceptional charm as welcoming as it is gorgeous. Large windows frame picturesque views of the property and allow natural light to fill every room. Remodeled in 1985 with new flooring and an updated kitchen and baths, the two-level home offers a western-facing deck and a three-stall, 782-square-foot garage (built in 1997) with electricity. Complementing the main home, a 192-squarefoot guest cabin will charm your guests with a private place amidst the meadows. Featuring a quaint front porch, a three-quarter bath and a sleeping loft, this smaller cottage provides all the warmth of the main home. Yet, for the ultimate escape, a mountaintop hunter’s cabin provides a bird’s-eye view of Paradise Valley and the famed Yellowstone River. Complete with a stove and bunks, the cabin is perfect for the hunter planning for a day amidst the valley and its plethora of wildlife. Nurtured by the world-renowned Yellowstone River and three world-famous spring creeks just minutes away, the wildlife roaming Barney Creek Ranch is as diverse and magnificent as the ranch itself. From the depth of the river, Yellowstone cutthroats and rainbow and brook trout rise to dance along the surface, beckoning anglers to enjoy fly-fishing in the crystal-clear Blue Ribbon waters. At the ranch, elk and mule and whitetail deer migrate through the meadows and up the

timbers slopes year round. The sight of the massive beasts traversing the property is incredible, and their calls unmistakable as they echo off the mountains and fill the foothills with the sounds of nature. In addition, the sight of birds of prey, wolves, mountain lion, moose and bear provide further evidence of a true wildlife haven with a historical charm. A testament to Barney Creek Ranch’s historical roots, the forest-green barn (built in 1920) is an iconic landmark, instantly familiar and still functional after almost a century. The barn features a main floor with two closed stalls with exterior paddocks and potential for expansion on the other side of the breezeway, Volume 40 Farm&Ranch West


a newer tack room, an upper-level hay loft, two turnout sheds. Directly adjacent to the barn lie a 276-square-foot granary, a 1,860-squarefoot mechanics shed with large access doors and a 324-square-foot, two-room tool shed. Additional improvements include an indoor riding arena (80' by 100') with a tack room and an outdoor arena (165' by 78') for the equestrian enthusiast eager to ride the terrain. Though one could ride for miles and never see a soul, Barney Creek Ranch has convenient access to big-city amenities in Livingston and Bozeman (45 minutes). Celebrating an Old West heritage with modern amenities, both historic locales feature fine dining and shopping, music and art galleries, medical centers, year-round events and access to private and commercial airports. “You don’t have to sacrifice privacy for convenience,” said Raich. “That’s one of the beauties of Barney Creek. There are so many possibilities. If you want a high-quality ranch, it’s ready. If you want a place to get away on the weekend, it’s here. If you want recreation, the hardest part is deciding what to do.” Throughout his career, Thomas McGuane, III feared for the death of the American West, the passing of a great legacy to the encroaching cities just on the horizon. He feared the loss of the land to parking lots, mountains to skyscrapers and, perhaps most importantly, the dissolution of the Western spirit. At Barney Creek Ranch, the spirit survives and awaits a new generation to preserve its legacy. Offered for $6,995,000.00 (Some equipment and home furnishings will convey at closing). v For more information on Barney Creek Ranch or to schedule a showing, please contact Tracy Raich, Broker/Owner of Raich Montana Properties, LLC in Livingston, Montana at 406 333-7184 or For more details, visit


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Ochoco Valley Ranch Oregon v Crook County v Bend


Just an hour from Bend and a jet-capable airport, this 9,000-acre cattle/horse/hunting ranch consists of two contiguous ranches at the base of the Maury Mountains. The property offers beautiful scenery, productive rangeland and approximately 400 acres of ponderosa pine forest. Deer and elk roam the ranch; a variety of wildlife habitat lies along the creeks and well-watered canyons. Horse facilities include a top-quality arena/barn, and large pipe fence enclosures offer a trainer/breeder’s dream. There are three residences, shop buildings and excellent cattle-handling facilities. Co-listing agents, Ron Davis, 541 480-3096 (cell) and Bobby Lockrem, 541 480-2356 (cell), of Cushman & Tebb’s Sotheby’s International Realty, 541 383-7600 (office). $7,900,000. Contact Robb Van Pelt, Rue Balcomb or John Stratman.

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Rock Creek Ranch Kansas v Butler & Cowley Counties v Douglass


Near Wichita, this top-quality ranch sits in Flint Hills, which offers some of the most productive native prairie grasslands in the United States. The property consists of 7,870 acres of native prairie bluestem grassland and hay land and cultivated cropland. The ranch has extensive improvements for cattle handling, feed storage and employee housing. In addition to its productive capability, the ranch has excellent recreational considerations involving hunting, fishing and lodging. A very private, 1930s vintage estate on a 30Âą-acre lake, the main home/lodge is adorned with a natural limestone exterior, extensively updated and is the focal point of the improvements. The property is in a high state of cultivation with an outstanding cattle operation in place. $11,500,000. Contact Bart Miller or John Stratman.

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Inshallah Ranch Oregon v Grant County v John Day


South of John Day, in the shadow of Mahogany Mountain and bordering the Malheur National Forest, the Mathisen Ranch offers a substantial holding in one of eastern Oregon’s most attractive locations. The contiguous 12,000±-deeded-acre ranch has a private, “out-the-gate” 12,000-acre USFS grazing permit for 682 AUMs in Malheur National Forest. Diverse habitat supports world-class mule deer, elk, antelope, bear, cougar, wild turkey, grouse and small game. The ranch has an exquisite main home, three additional residences, an exceptional equine setup and a 3,600-foot airstrip. $14,000,000. Contact Robb Van Pelt, Rue Balcomb or John Stratman.

Rancho Diamante Arizona v Yavapia County v Skull Valley


This is an incomparable opportunity to own one of the most pristine ranches in Arizona. Surrounded by 1.25 million acres of national forest, this 1,700+-acre ranch truly is a diamond as described by the Spanish name “Diamante.” Thirty minutes northwest of Prescott, two hours from Phoenix and six hours from the heart of Southern California, this property is easily accessible, yet private and secluded. Extensive improvements offer dynamic possibilities for use as a private or corporate ranch or destination retreat center. $8,500,000 Travis Bard, 928 710-7007, of Keller Williams

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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, provide considerable value

Blue Mesa Ranch

for development, potential transfer for other uses or mitigation purposes. Blue Mesa Ranch is well

Colorado v Gunnison County v Gunnison

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.

Taylor River Homestead


Colorado v Gunnison County v Almont

A rare homestead is offered in the Crystal Creek Ranch, a shared amenity property with onsite caretaker providing a wide variety of services. This homestead is the only unimproved property of the 14 homesteads in Crystal Creek and it awaits your plans to build your exclusive home. Crystal Creek is a 400-acre U.S. Forest Service inholding that provides exclusive access to the world-class Taylor River fishery. The property has nearly three miles of fishing streams boasting record rainbow and brown trout. Unlimited hiking and hunting is accessible from the property. This is a truly

Hatchet Hills Ranch

unique opportunity to own a truly world-class property. $3,950,000. Contact John Stratman or Bob Starodoj.


Colorado v Pueblo County v Pueblo

Consisting of 225 deeded acres along Greenhorn Creek and grazing rights on nearly 15,000 acres, Hatchet Hills Ranch offers a concise and easily managed ranch with excellent location south of Pueblo along I-25. The ranch has a very desirable climate and landscape. Many improvements are remodeled to modern standards, including three homes. Outbuildings include a large barn

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with corrals and an outdoor lighted arena. The property offers great mountain views, irrigation

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business location with I-25 visibility or simply a custom Colorado ranch. $1,750,000 Contact


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rights and substantial income from the grazing operations. The property would work well for a John Stratman.

Wilderness Ranch


Colorado v Garfield County v Dotsero

A recent 33% price reduction represents an incredible opportunity to own 2,300 pristine acres with expansive, top-of-the-world views, surrounded by national forest and BLM lands and bordering the Flat Tops Wilderness area. The northern border is the spectacular Deep Creek Canyon. The ranch controls trail access to Deep Creek and its magnificent 1,500' to 2,000' canyon walls harboring abundant wildlife and excellent fishing. Whether you desire a private trophy hunting ranch, a large land development opportunity or a high-end resort development, this ranch’s potential is all encompassing. It 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. $9,995,000. Contact Rue Balcomb or Robb Van Pelt.

Summer Creek Horse Property Arizona v Yavapai County v Skull Valley


Just outside the quaint town of Skull Valley, in an area well known for fine horse properties, this ranch boasts year-round climate, open space, a tranquil environment and lies 20 minutes from Prescott. Summer Creek Ranch is a beautiful recreational residence and equestrian facility. At an altitude of 4,550 feet, the property offers 12 acres with irrigated, fenced pastureland that gently slopes into a hillside for outstanding views. The ranch is surrounded and protected on three sides by a conservation easement with the remaining side on state land adjoining the Prescott National Forest, featuring thousands of acres of riding and hiking trails. Improvements include a beautiful and custom 3,700-squarefoot, Southwest adobe-style main residence with an open and inviting floor plan. Colisted with Travis Bard, 928 710-7007, with Keller Williams Check Realty in Prescott, Arizona. $2,200,000. Contact Robb Van Pelt.

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Pomotawh Ranch Colorado v Gunnison County v Somerset


The Pomotawh Ranch, set in the Anthracite Creek valley between Carbondale and Crested Butte Colorado, consists of 194 acres of irrigated meadow, pasture and wooded hillsides. The ranch offers the tremendous resource of trout fishing along one and a half miles of Anthracite Creek that flow through the ranch. Close proximity to the 1.7 million acres of 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. Pomotawh Ranch is a well improved ranch with a custom main home and three cabins. Operated as a horse operation, improvements include a 15-stall barn with vet room, an office building, shop (50' by 60'), hay barn, covered round corral and various shelter with attached outside pens. The main portion of the ranch is fenced and crossfenced with custom pipe fencing. $4,400,000. Contact Robb Van Pelt or Rue Balcomb.

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

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mountain summer nights or crisp fall mornings, the ranch offers incredible views of the Sangre de

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Cristos and Wet Mountain Range from one of the many decks. Fenced pastures allow for horses privacy, views and overall character. $3,200,000. Tom Roberts.



York Ranch New Mexico v Catron & Cibola Counties v Grants

Located on the Continental Divide, York Ranch is a working cattle ranch that consists of 34,000 deeded acres plus an additional 136,000 acres of state and Bureau of Land Management grazing leases. The carrying capacity is estimated at 2,300 animal units, making York Ranch a positive cash flow operation. The ranch is bordered by wilderness areas and a national monument. A ranch highlight is the excellent hunting for trophy elk, antelope, mule deer and other wild game. Numerous Anasazi Indian artifacts can be found on the ranch. $12,000,000. Contact Rue Balcomb, Robb Van Pelt or John Stratman.

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Southridge Ranch and Event Center California v Sutter County v Sutter


This rarely offered, very private, 1,180-acre gem is nestled in the foothills of the Sutter Buttes, the smallest mountain range in the world, 45 minutes north of the Sacramento airport. The “sky is the limit” with infinite possibilities on this ranch, including an olive orchard, equestrian trails, five ponds and an 18-hole golf course (presently closed).  You can go  fishing, hunting, hiking, horseback riding, play golf and even hold big events in the 15,000-square-foot clubhouse. The 5,500-square-foot European villa has milliondollar views of the Sacramento Valley. You can own the entire 1,180 acres, including house, for $6,900,000 or the golf course and event center

(614 acres) for $4,500,000.

East Park Ranch California v Colusa County v Lodoga








recreational ranch about three minutes from the town of Lodoga and 23± miles from Maxwell,

Montgomery Creek Ranch

California. The ranch has eight ponds, seven California v Colusa & Glenn Counties v Stonyford wells, a shop (120' by 60'), barn, bunkhouses, In Colusa and Glenn Counties and about eight miles from Stonyford, this 2,300±-acre ranch has


runs 250 pair for the season and has great three miles of Montgomery Creek, four year-round ponds, springs, two homes, outbuildings, blacktail deer, turkey and pig hunting. Known corrals and borders East Park Reservoir for fishing, boating and swimming. Huge and ancient for its bass fishing and great boating, East Park valley oaks follow the creek. Just 153 miles to San Francisco, the ranch has water rights to irrigate 220 acres, runs 150 pair year-round and features great hunting for deer, pig, turkey, quail and Reservoir borders the property. $3,250,000. dove. Own the entire valley floor!

Battle Creek

Price Reduced by $600,000 California v Tehama County v Paynes Creek

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The historic Lassen Lodge is 586 acres of pristine mountain property. With over a mile of Battle Creek and two trout-filled ponds, this ranch satisfies the fisherman. The hunting is incredible with Pope & Young bear and great deer and turkey. The turn-key equestrian

facility will keep the horse lover happy; the five cabins and lodge will be perfect for the hunting/fishing club, family compound or spiritual haven to get back to nature. $1,750,000.


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Flying Horse Ranch California v Napa County v Aetna Springs


This 4,000±-square-foot, Old World, French Country manor is tucked into a quiet valley surrounded by trees and 97 useable acres. Offering an open floor plan ideal for entertaining, the home has a spacious master suite with fireplace and two guest bedrooms with private baths. This turn-key equestrian setup has barns and a shop. The ranch has good soil for agricultural uses, a pond just waiting to be stocked and RV hookup. Four legal parcels, and just down the road from the Aetna Springs Resort. $2,395,000.

South Fork Ten Mile River California v Mendocino County v Ft. Bragg

Bulson Ranch California v Plumas County v Beckwourth


This is the ultimate recreational ranch of 1,630 acres in Plumas County. Surrounded by the Sierra Nevada Mountain Ranges, the ranch has great waterfowl hunting and summer cattle


grazing; with the headwaters of the Middle

On the coast, this 468-acre ranch features ocean views, beach access, over three miles of river

Fork of the Feather River flowing through frontage, horseback riding trails, redwood forest, meadows, 10 cabins and approval and plans for the ranch, it becomes a serious candidate for a 20-unit inn. It would make a great family retreat, inn, horse stables or eco-center. $5,290,000. a conservation easement. Water is gold in

WD Ranch

California; with these valuable wetlands, the property will always be desirable. $2,490,000.

California v Yuba County v Browns Valley

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These 80 acres lie just four miles from Browns Valley and 13 miles from Marysville, California.

This property is the ultimate gentleman’s estate with irrigated pasture, ponds, a roping arena, barns and a beautiful one-story home that overlooks the foothills and pond. This picturesque valley has beautiful views and plentiful water. $1,850,000. Volume 40 Farm&Ranch West


Sierra Buttes California v Sierra County v Sierra City


Near Sierra City, 200± miles from the Bay Area and 75 miles from Reno, Nevada, this spectacular, deeded, mountainous property includes two private, pristine alpine lakes, Young American Lake and Volcano Lake, and also includes lake frontage on the Upper and Lower Sardine Lakes. The property is mostly surrounded by U.S. Forest Service land and accessed by U.S. Forest Service roads. Enjoy great fishing, hiking, camping and canoeing on your own Sierra compound. Exciting potential awaits for this exceptional property. This amazing, rare opportunity to own 877 acres of “The Sierra Buttes” can be yours. $6,000,000.

Long Valley Ranch California v Lassen County v Doyle


This 642-acre productive alfalfa-producing operation in Lassen County has two ag wells,

Albion River Park

both producing 3,000± gpm. Currently 160 acres are in production, but there is potential to add 300 to 400 acres of alfalfa or grass hay.

California v Mendocino County v Albion


Irrigation equipment goes with the ranch, This is a rare opportunity to own 48± acres on the mouth of the Albion River. The property goes which features a three-bedroom home, pole up the river for 3,700+ feet. This tidal-influenced river is one of the few navigable rivers in the barn for hay storage, shop, horse barn and state. Known as Scooner Landing Park, it has 41 campsites with 25 full hookup sites. There are corrals. $1,600,000.

three rental houses along the river, an owner’s home on top of the ridge, a concrete boat ramp and docks. $2,950,000.

Horse Mountain Ranch 1, 2 & 3 707 Merchant Street, Suite 100 Vacaville, CA 95688

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California v Modoc County v Newell


These 5,445± acres in Modoc County feature 410 acres irrigated from wells and irrigation district, great hunting and national forest out the back gate. There is a 10,000-acre U.S. Forest Service allotment for 195 head, income from a rock quarry and three homes. Property 1: 5,445 acres for $2,999,000. Property 2: 305 acres for $1,399,000. Property 3: 5,141 acres for $1,600,000.


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Indian Creek Ranch California v Plumas County v Taylorsville


This 3,100-square-foot, five-bedroom, threebath log cabin sits on 21.79 creekfront acres with Indian Creek on one side of the property and U.S. Forest Service land on the other. A 2,100-square-foot insulated garage has a full, sheet-rocked upstairs and a wood stove. This spectacular property is private, peaceful and just waiting for a family estate, fishing retreat or full-time residence. $1,200,000.

California Almond Orchard California v Yolo County v Woodland

Harris Canyon Ranch California v Napa County v Napa


This working cattle ranch lies on the highly coveted east side of Lake Berryessa. These 480


These 1,119 acres offer a magnificent, pristine producing almond orchard with exquisite log home, fenced and cross-fenced acres feature a nicely custom log stable, office, pastures, pond, tree groves, airstrip and unbelievable storage/shop buildings. remodeled ranch house, bunkhouse for family The 959-acre almond orchard is available without the house/buildings. Inquire for price.

and friends, barn, three-car garage, shop, ponds, seasonal creeks, beautiful pastureland and magnificent lake views. Everywhere you look, the countryside is teeming with wildlife. $1,995,000.

Soule Ranch


California v Siskiyou County v Montague

This 1,020-acre historic estate is a working cattle and hay operation. Enrolled in the Williamson Act, this ranch has 140 acres of irrigated hay/pasture, 30 acres of sub-irrigated pasture, 90 acres

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of dry farmable land, 760 acres of dry rangeland pasture, a 13-acre reservoir, a 4,450-square-foot Queen Anne Victorian home and 14 other historic outbuildings, including a blacksmith shop, coach house, smoke house and bunkhouse. $1,695,000. Volume 40 Farm&Ranch West


Burton Ranch on Battle Creek California v Shasta County v Cottonwood


This gorgeous 126-acre ranch on Battle Creek

Rio Vista Estate Ranch California v Solano County v Rio Vista


offers 20 flood-irrigated acres with room for expansion. There are .5 cfs from Gover Ditch, which flows through the property. A bass-filled lake has stunning views of Mt.

These 155 completely fenced acres lie just an hour out of San Francisco. A spacious 5,400-square- Lassen and the Cascades as the backdrop. foot home is spectacular to say the least. It features four large bedrooms, a family room, living Burton Ranch has two homes, a studio with room and a great basement game room. The immaculate yard feels like you are in the middle bath above the three-car garage, a large barn, of a park. The ranch has a marvelous gateway. Secluded and quiet, this property is ideal for

pasture and meadows and abundant wildlife,

whatever your outdoor passion desires. $1,985,000.

including wild turkey and quail. $1,447,000.

Riverfront Campground & Resort California v El Dorado County v Lotus


These 6.47± acres in El Dorado County have frontage on the South Fork of the American River, a Class III river. It is currently run as a whitewater rafting business.  The property has great access from Highway 49 and is state zoned as a mobile home/RV park with 11 permitted lots. There is a 2,128-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath home, a large campground bathroom/ shower facility, two large parking lots, an outdoor commercial kitchen with gas/water/electric hookups and a 6,000-watt solar power system. Owner financing is available. $1,399,000.

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California v Shasta County v Fall River Mills

Located on spring-fed Eastman Lake, 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 U.S., Lava Creek Lodge boasts access to over 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. Seasonal wetlands, springs and ponds accent this 44-acre property within a stone’s throw of the 6,000-acre Ahjumawi Lava Springs State Park. $2,950,000.


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This 10,000±-acre property, about eight miles from Stonyford, features a newly renovated, three-story English Tudor home with over

Big Valley Ranch California v Glenn County v Stonyford

5,000 square feet, seven bedrooms and six baths. The ranch also has a matching 2,000-square-foot barn, two ranch homes, barns, outbuildings, water rights to irrigate 150 acres, two year-round creeks, over 12 yearround ponds (one estimated at 30+ acres) and great hunting, hiking and horseback riding. This is truly a dream property with first-class accommodations. $10,000,000.


These 3,920 deeded acres are not in the Williamson Act. With over 95 parcels, less than a one and a half hour’s drive from Beverly Hills, this is one of the last working cattle ranches in Los Angeles County. There is a 5,500-square-foot main home, a 3,000-square-foot guesthouse, a 1,800-square-foot caretaker’s home, five other homes, a skeet shooting building and course, equestrian center, 5/8-mile horse track, an 83-stall barn, roping arena, corrals, dog kennels

Lake Elizabeth Ranch

and too many items to list. Own a piece of

California v Los Angeles County v Lancaster

California history; come see the last of the great Western ranches in Los Angeles. $13,500,000.


This historic 5,844±-acre ranch, just 17 miles from Red Bluff, California, offers three and a half miles of year-round Elder Creek, 12 ponds (three 3+ acres in size) and rolling oak grasslands that provide great habitat for blacktail deer, wild pig, turkey, quail, dove, predator hunting and your occasional bear. Enrolled in the Williamson Act, the ranch has a house, barn, corral and runs 500 cows. Owner financing is available.

The Black Ranch California v Tehama County v Corning

PBM Farms California v Siskiyou County v Dorris


This 2,477-acre 100% organic alfalfa and barley production farm lies in Siskiyou County. Water is gold, and this ranch has lots of it: eight wells over 15,000 gpm. There are 10 newer pivots

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with three more due for completion in 2011. The farm has four homes, two barns, shops, outbuildings, scales, organic grain silos and is enrolled in the Private Lands Management program that allows for late-season hunts. $8,950,000. Volume 40 Farm&Ranch West


Estate on Oak Run Creek California v Shasta County v Oak Run


This stunning custom estate on 51 acres has a private lake with year-round creek. Immaculate grounds accent this two-story masterpiece surrounded by covered decks with 5,800 square feet under roof. A lower patio with a bridge leads to a gazebo over the

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

lake. Green pastures are bordered by Oak Run California v San Joaquin County v Stockton Creek. A barn/shop has a concrete floor and


The 944-acre McDonald Island Ranch has it all: recreation, agriculture and hunting. On an island in

guest quarters. The ranch includes a three-car the heart of delta duck hunting, the ranch features 155 acres of Cabernet vines, 322 farmland acres garage, shop, storage area, hobby room and and a 150-foot dock. Just off the San Joaquin Channel near Tinsley Island, the property offers great dog kennel, as well as a gated entry and paved drive. $1,450,000.

duck hunting and a clubhouse with two buildings totaling 4,450 square feet with eight bedrooms, four baths and beautiful views of the delta and Mt. Diablo. $3,900,000.

Rancho Cortina

Price Reduced by $800,000


California v Colusa County v Arbuckle

These 5,480 deeded acres, just 115 miles north of San Francisco, are surrounded by thousands of acres of public land. This recreational dream has great blacktail deer, turkey, bear, pig, quail and dove. In the Williamson Act, the ranch also includes a great road system, springs, over 20 ponds, a cowboy cabin, 50 gpm solar well, 10 miles of blue line creeks and runs 250 pair. $4,450,000.

Diamond Back Ranch California v Tehama County v Paskenta


These 3,243 deeded acres are surrounded by the Mendocino National Forest and just

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25 miles from Red Bluff. Enrolled in the Williamson Act, this is a classic Cabela’s

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Trophy Property with Boone and Crockett

blacktail deer, trophy black bear, pig, turkey, quail and dove, year-round streams, ponds, a





countertops, caretaker’s home, barns, shops and a shooting range. $5,749,000.


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The Big Easy Ranch is a productive, easy-toown mountain ranch with excellent big game hunting, particularly for elk. The ranch is crisscrossed by numerous mountain streams, is diverse topographically and offers outstanding building sites with impressive vistas of the surrounding mountain ranges. The ranch has

Big Easy Ranch

been intensely managed for healthy timber, enhanced wildlife habitat, improved grazing

Montana v Deer Lodge County v Warm Springs

and weed mitigation. The ranch is easy to get to

and convenient to major transportation and retail centers. Adjacent to the Beaverhead-Deer Lodge National Forest and within easy reach of a broad range of recreational opportunities, Big Easy can be enjoyed by sportsmen, their family and friends. New Listing. $7,950,000.

Fraser Ranch Homestead on the Yellowstone Montana v Stillwater Co. v Reed Point


As the name suggests, the Yellowstone River forms the northern boundary of the Fraser

Diamond B Ranch on the Yellowstone

Ranch Homestead on the Yellowstone. This 165±-acre ranch, just outside Reed Point, provides numerous water amenities in addition to the


Montana v Park County v Emigrant

Yellowstone. Bridger Creek forms the western In the middle of the Paradise Valley near Emigrant and Chico Hot Springs, Diamond B Ranch is boundary as it flows into the Yellowstone and an one of the few large ranches (3,810± deeded acres) left in the valley. The Diamond B consists of undeveloped spring creek flows for approximately two distinct parcels: the River Ranch which includes 1,250± acres on the banks of the Yellowstone one mile through the middle of the property. River and the Mountain Ranch with 2,560± acres bordering U.S. Forest Service land. Traditionally, Because of the abundant water on the Fraser the Diamond B would be considered a “well balanced” ranch operation with the River Ranch Ranch Homestead, the wildlife and waterfowl serving as the headquarters and providing a substantial hay base, and the Mountain Ranch with numbers are incredible. It is not uncommon to its Forest Service grazing allotment providing summer pasture. The ranch runs Angus cattle, flush a covey of upland birds while deer hunting. bison and the occasional longhorn. However, with beautiful views of Emigrant Peak framing every The historic ranch complex situated under the landscape, significant Yellowstone River frontage and riparian areas, four large ponds, flowing mature cottonwoods is a perfect place to call spring waters, private access to wildlife-filled alpine country and close proximity to Yellowstone home for the horse lover, fisherman or hunter. Park, Bozeman and Livingston, the Diamond B has many facets that make it more valuable than any cattle operation could imagine, let alone support. New Listing. $23,500,000. New Listing. $1,500,000.


Nested within the Crazy Mountain Range, the Ibex Mountain Retreat sits atop a wildflowerfilled meadow in a high mountain valley with a diversion of Cottonwood Creek flowing through

Ibex Mountain Retreat Montana v Park Co. v Clyde Park

the property. Made of squared, hand-hewn logs the Lodge serves as the pivotal point to convene and discuss the day’s activities for those who have partaken of the hiking, skiing, snowmobiling and fishing opportunities on the 385± acre recreational retreat. The Shields River, a mere ten minutes from the property, offers an extraordinary fishing experience and runs the length of the Shields River Valley to a confluence with the Yellowstone River. An hour’s drive from Bozeman, Montana and a commercial airport, Ibex Mountain Retreat is the ideal corporate retreat or personal mountain home. New Listing. $2,500,000.

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

395 Gallatin Park Dr. •Bozeman, MT 59715


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Keep Cool Creek Ranch offers a broad range of amenities rarely found in its size and price range. The ranch enjoys private national forest access, approximately 3.5 miles of live water, a renowned lake fishery, excellent hunting for elk, deer, antelope, upland birds and waterfowl and a productive agricultural operation. The ranch is just under 100 miles from Bozeman and easily reached by paved high-

Keep Cool Creek Ranch Montana v Meagher County v White Sulphur Springs

way that ends at the ranch entrance. Improvements are well maintained, attractive and comfortable, just what you would hope for in a western mountain ranch. New Listing. $3,900,000.

Mill Creek Ranch


Oregon v Baker County v Baker City

Tucked away below the peaks of the Elk Horn Mountains in the Wallowa Whitman National Forest, 300-acre Mill Creek Ranch is a beautiful and private equestrian’s dream. The ranch is just eight miles west of Baker City and two hours from Boise, Idaho, making this property very easy to access and enjoy. The 7,000-square-foot custom house is ideally situated to take in the 360-degree views of the Powder River Valley to the east and the 9,000foot peaks of the Elk Horns to the west. The ranch features 40 acres of irrigated pastures and infrastructure, allowing the owner to have a quality, easy-to-manage horse property. With

Oxbow Ranch

over five miles of trails on the property and

Montana v Madison County v Cameron

trails accessing some of the best big game habitat in the Blue Mountains, this is not only a great place to live, but an absolutely private setting to enjoy the outdoors and all it has to offer. New Listing. $3,950,000.


Welcome to Montana’s legendary Madison River Valley. Due to its unmatched insect hatches and unparalleled habitat, the Madison River is known as one of the greatest wild trout fisheries with some of the best dry fly-fishing in the U.S. In the Angler’s Guide to Montana, the Madison River is described as “in many people’s opinion, Montana’s river of superlatives, with a list including highest trout density, most consistent action, best dry fly-fishing and most spectacular scenery.” Oxbow Ranch is accessed by crossing “3 Dollar Bridge” over the Madison and consists of 20± deeded acres in 10-acre parcels. Outstanding views of the river, mountains, prairie habitat and the historic Palisades cliffs provide a beautiful setting. To top it off, there is a 5,500±-square-foot custom home with dramatic views, guesthouse and a barn on the property. New Listing. $1,800,000.


These 207± acres are poised at the top of the Porcupine Creek drainage, bordering thousands

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395 Gallatin Park Dr. •Bozeman, MT 59715


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of acres of wilderness lands. This drainage occupies one of the largest elk migration corridors in the valley, not to mention the

Porcupine Creek Property Wyoming v Teton Co. v Jackson

astounding hiking, horseback riding and recreational options near the property. Within 20 minutes of downtown Jackson, Porcupine Creek Property offers stunning views of the

south Teton Range, Munger Mountain and the Snake River drainage. The privacy and end-of-theroad seclusion this land provides, combined with its size and proximity to Jackson’s amenities, create a truly unique opportunity. New Listing. $8,900,000.


Few places are blessed with the natural beauty, diverse ecological resources and cultural and historical significance of Saypo Cattle Company. A masterpiece of nature, the ranch cascades from the top of the magnificent Rocky Mountain Front towards the expansive grasslands to the east. The combination of converging habitats supports one of the most diverse concentrations of wildlife found in the Rocky Mountain West.

Saypo Cattle Company

The Saypo Cattle Company consists of 12,180± deeded acres and 4,500± leased acres reaching

Montana v Teton County v Choteau

from 4,600 feet and rising to almost 7,800 feet

along the Front. Approximately eight miles of Deep Creek traverse the property, offering a private stream fishery and providing exceptional habitat for resident wildlife. Saypo Cattle Company is exceptional in every way. The ranch’s historic legacy is one of cultural significance, a visceral sense that others before you have valued this special land. The ranch’s contemporary legacy is one of a still wild place, featuring an extraordinary array of wildlife made possible by the unique diversity of overlapping habitats and the vast areas of conserved neighboring lands. Those attributes most desired in a ranch property—history, wildlife, location, beauty and water resources—all exist at the very highest level at Saypo Cattle Company, placing it among the elite Western ranch properties and inviting continued preservation and thoughtful stewardship for years to come. New Listing. $24,000,000.

Springhill Parcel Montana v Gallatin Co. v Bozeman

Two Dog Fish Creek Ranch



Montana v Jefferson County v Whitehall





represents an unprecedented real estate


Managed to encompass the higher qualities of recreational and agricultural attributes that Montana investment in the Gallatin Valley. The has to offer, Two Dog Fish Creek Ranch offers private fishing on important spawning waters for the combination of close proximity to one of the Jefferson River, agriculture sustainability, bird and wildlife habitat and mountain views in a private

most growing and attractive communities in

and rural setting. The structures on the ranch were moved, renovated and modified with minimal the West combined with the tranquility of new construction to facilitate a comprehensive master plan for the ranch in the spirit of an ongoing Springhill Community, the prolific wildlife sustainable stewardship; they now personify the keeping of the property. A beautiful and historic

populations and tremendous recreational

setting, easy access to town, airport or city amenities, rich enough in recreational amenities to keep opportunities make this a wonderful enclave to any number of guests entertained or to relax in peaceful seclusion, Two Dog Fish Creek Ranch will put down roots and enjoy life. New Listing. meet your needs and exceed your expectations. New Listing. $2,665,000.


The Yellowstone Pines Ranch is only minutes from the very historic Montana town of Reed Point. The property consists of 848± acres, including over 1.75± miles of magnificent


Yellowstone Pines Ranch

Montana v Stillwater Co. v Reed Point

Yellowstone River frontage. The terrain and recreational pursuits are wide and varied. The river bottom is full of cottonwoods and small junipers breaking away into lush irrigated hay meadows. The shade and tranquility of the river bottom is enough to give solace even on the hottest of Montana summer days. Rocky, timbered bluffs above the river provide the largest “big sky” views all the way to the Crazy Mountains west of the property and south to the Absaroka-Beartooths. A tremendous riverfront property, Yellowstone Pines Ranch offers a great slice of outdoor Montana. New Listing. $1,250,000.

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

395 Gallatin Park Dr. •Bozeman, MT 59715


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Feature Ranch




Entry into Dancing Wind Ranch

In 1864, David Shorthill, a Civil War veteran, came to Montana to discover the American dream and, instead, founded a legacy. An

adventurer by nature, he traveled into the valley following the promise of gold, and discovered his fortune in the foothills of the Gallatin and Absaroka Mountains. Ten years later, the Shorthill family traded East Coast luxury for a Western lifestyle and returned to Montana—a place of pristine beauty and endless opportunity—an undiscovered paradise. Sunrise on the Absaroka-Beartooth Mountains

Executive Home overlooking the Pine Creek Drainage with Black Mountain

Lane leading to the guesthouse


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Horses grazing with the Absaroka-Beartooth Mountains in the background

“I truly believe that Paradise Valley is a glimpse of heaven,” said Gwen Wagner, owner of Legacy Lands, LLC and a dedicated, personalized agent with over 17 years of experience in Paradise Valley real estate. A resident of Livingston for 45 years, Gwen has extensive knowledge of Montana’s rural property market. “It’s a truly unique place, not just for its beauty, but the sense of peace you find, the tranquility. As a year-round home or just a place to retreat on the weekends, Dancing Wind Ranch takes everything you imagine about Montana and proves it a reality.” On his daughter’s wedding day, David Shorthill gifted the new couple a masterpiece of land framed by majestic mountains and forest, colored

Pine Creek flowing along the southern border of the ranch

by verdant meadows and brought to life by the new family who called it home. Years later, this rare canvas received the name “Dancing Wind” and was expanded in the 1990s by Jay and Tamme Call to create a private 1,749±-deeded-acre retreat. Set in the heart of the world-famous Paradise Valley and the prized Pine Creek Drainage area, the ranch features privacy in its location, perfection in its scenery and pleasure in its amenities. Bordered by the Gallatin National Forest (3.25 miles) and the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness (.25 miles) and framed by the foothills of the Absaroka Mountain Range, the ranch provides assured privacy in a quiet part of the valley rich with lush vegetation and native wildlife. The ranch offers 938 grazing acres, 311 forest acres, 495 tillable irrigated acres and 5 farmstead acres—a diverse range of land that provides for various farming, recreational and development opportunities. In essence, Dancing Wind is more than just beautiful—it works. “I grew up on a ranch, so I know the details that make the difference between a ranch that looks good and a ranch that works well. Dancing Wind is one of those ranches that not only offers an owner the physical esthetic, but the overall quality of the amenities are just outstanding. It’s self-contained, ‘clean’ and ready to go the moment you drive through the gate,” said Gwen. A three-mile paved drive leads from East River Road to the executive home. Set within the meadows along Poole Creek, a 2,800±-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-bath manager’s home (built in 1995), a 2,700±-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-bath guesthouse (also built in 1995), helicopter hangar and an excellent array of quality cattle-handling facilities, including shops, barns, hired hand headquarters, shelters and corrals, make up the central ranch headquarters. Dancing Wind runs a fully self-sustained, 200±-head cattle operation with no required outside hay purchases or grazing leases. Pool Creek running between the guesthouse and horse barn

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Early fall view of Pool Creek and custom horse barn

Ranch Headquarters with helicopter hanger

Ranging in elevation from 4,830' at the entrance to 6,750' near the national forest/wilderness border, the ranch features the entire spectrum of Montana topography: irrigated and sub-irrigated hay meadows, rolling hills, high alpine meadows, cliffs and rock-faced mountains, steep canyons, slow and meandering tree-lined creek bottoms and cascading waterfalls. Due to its diverse topography, size, location and wilderness border, the ranch has the potential for a conservation easement. The ranch’s extensive water rights (priority dates back to 1882) include the South Fork of Deep Creek, Poole Creek, Pine Creek and their tributaries, as well as developed springs and a picturesque stocked pond near the executive residence. Designed by the world-renowned and award-winning Jonathan Foote and built by OSM in 1997, the stunning main home reflects the clean, simple and picturesque Montana lifestyle. Creatively constructed from native Montana stone and antique timbers, the home welcomes you inside with the warm embrace of reclaimed wood, invites you to linger amidst a spacious floor plan, beckons you to gaze through wall-sized windows at the mountainous landscape and entreats both owner and guests to relax amid the rustic atmosphere enhanced by a plethora of modern amenities. More than a home, this alpine retreat features three bedrooms, four full baths, two half-baths, an attached three-car garage and 8,031± square feet for endless entertaining and relaxation that moves seamlessly onto the 2,400±-square-foot patio with breathtaking ranch views. From the home, Montana’s vibrant playground is displayed through rolling meadows, a seasonal waterfall that skips down the rocks and the vast canyon mouth that throws back echoes of the ever present “dancing wind”—all under the watchful gaze of the ranch’s quiet sentinel: Black Mountain. “Imagine waking to the sun rising over the mountains, the smell of the crisp air moving through the valley and a house full of the warmth of family and friends. That’s what it’s like to call Dancing Wind Ranch home,” said Gwen. Of course, living in the shadow of Black Mountain does not mean sacrificing city amenities. Just 10 miles south of Livingston, the ranch is easily accessible and offers private jet access at Mission Field (Livingston) or Gallatin Field in Bozeman (45 minutes). In Livingston, one can enjoy art galleries, fine dining and shopping, as well as numerous events throughout the year. Also in close proximity, Bozeman offers art and music, a major university and medical center and close proximity to several recreational opportunities in Bridger Bowl, just 15 minutes away. In essence, Dancing Wind is the best of all worlds: the pride of owning one of the last legacy ranches in Montana and the joy of experiencing the Montana lifestyle from sunrise to sunset. “Montana is so vast. There are so few borders here and so many ways you can discover yourself. Dancing Wind invites you to explore, to escape the city and live amidst all this natural beauty. I ask you; where else can one truly be a part of ‘Paradise’?” Offered for $33,000,000. (All water and mineral (no known fracturing) rights will convey with the sale. Purchase could include the sale of cattle, equipment, airplane hangar at Livingston Mission Field and most home furnishings.) v Irrigation system on ranch meadows with McKnight, Martin and Black Mountains

Owner Tamara Call with colt

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Just 20 minutes south of Livingston, this spectacular log home sits on 20± acres with Yellowstone River frontage. Enjoy fly-fishing and related water activities right out your back door or relax on your private deck and take in the majestic vistas of the Absaroka Mountains. This

Yellowstone River Lodge Montana v Park County v Livingston

classic three-bedroom, two-bath log home includes an expansive master suite with a large sitting area and a private deck. The living room features a floor-to-ceiling native stone fireplace. A laundry room and two-car garage complete the main home. The separate guesthouse has one bedroom, sleeping loft with bath and an additional two-car garage and guest laundry. This fully fenced property has a heated two-stall horse barn. This is an excellent opportunity for those seeking year-round Montana living, a vacation rental investment or multi-family “shared” purchase. $1,800,000.


For fly-fishing aficionados, the crystal-clear, cold water of the Boulder River above the Natural Bridge is considered one of the premier fly-fishing streams in the United States. In immediate proximity to the former world-renowned Boulder River Guest Ranch (now privately held), Black Elk’s 14± acres have approximately .25+ miles of river frontage. Deep pools, riffles and easy wading make for an exceptional fly-fishing

Black Elk on the Boulder River Montana v Park County v McLeod

experience—from novice to expert! Two restored historic cabins complement the lodge and shop/ guesthouse and four-stall custom barn/office/ exercise room. The compound can comfortably

sleep 16 in the four separate dwellings. A screened-in porch, game room with pool table, television room and large family room with native rock fireplace encourage family and friends to swap tales, read, play their baby grand piano or just marvel at the majesty of Contact Mountain. The master bedroom is glassed on two sides and looks directly out onto the amazing Boulder River. This is a rare offering. $3,300,000.

Ray Creek Homestead Montana v Broadwater County v Townsend


At 980± acres with live water, five miles of shared U.S. Forest Service boundary and spectacular views, Ray Creek Homestead is a unique property with limitless recreational opportunities. Abundant wildlife, year-round creek, meadows and expansive views make for excellent hiking, riding, four-wheeling and hunting. Canyon Ferry Lake and the Missouri River offer excellent sailing, boating, fishing and waterfowl hunting. The ranch is conveniently located between Helena and Bozeman, both with commercial airports, medical centers, colleges and excellent winter skiing. The nearby community of Townsend offers most basic goods and services, including a medical facility. Ray

Legacy Lands, LLC Gwen Wagner, Broker/Owner

Creek Homestead provides the opportunity to build your own home on the original 1900’s

P.O. Box 972 • Livingston, MT 59047

homestead site overlooking Ray Creek or choose a site with the vista of Canyon Ferry Lake and

406 222-7963 office • 406 223 7963 cell

the Big Belts of the Rocky Mountains. Access is via a U.S. Forest Service road and an agricultural/ recreational easement on Ray Creek Road. $1,100,000. Volume 40 Farm&Ranch West



Tucked away in a high country wonderland between world-renowned resorts of Vail, Winter Park and Steamboat Springs, the 388acre 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

Tailwaters Ranch

River Ranches, which offer an equestrian center with outdoor arena, stream and lake

Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

fishing with cabins, sporting clays shooting

range and a lodge providing overnight accommodations, fine dining and an entertaining area. $1,950,000.


Gore Canyon Ranch is in northwest Colorado’s high country wonderland between the worldrenowned resorts of Vail, Winter Park and Steamboat Springs. Near the rural sportsman’s town of Kremmling, the 337-acre private, shared-amenity ranch is west of U.S. Highway 40, 10 miles via County Road 14 to a high alpine spot above Gore Canyon. The ranch sits above

Gore Canyon Ranch

the Colorado River with spectacular views of vertical canyon walls and several surrounding

Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

mountain ranges. $2,600,000.


This ideal ranch retreat getaway is above the Colorado River between Kremmling and Steamboat Springs. The 441-acre ranch borders thousands of acres of state and federal lands, offering outstanding wildlife and world-class views in a classic alpine setting. This private ranch is part of the Grand River Ranches, offering an equestrian center with outdoor arena, stream and lake fishing with day and overnight cabins, sporting clays shooting range and a lodge providing overnight accommodations, fine dining and entertaining area. $2,750,000.

Piney Peak Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

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.


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A masterpiece estate with exquisite state-of-the-

Cottonwood Springs Ranch

art equestrian breeding and training facilities, the impeccably planned 540-acre Cottonwood

Colorado v La Plata County v Durango

Springs Ranch features a 5,700-square-foot, New Mexico-style residence blending old and new design elements with an impressive, secure gated entry. Other improvements and equine amenities include a 2,200-square-foot guesthouse, foreman’s house, original 1890s homesteader’s cabin, custom 20,000-squarefoot barn with ranch office, show arena, round pen, equine medical facilities, over 50 stalls and

eight pastures with heated waterers and much more. The ranch borders BLM land and is characterized by ponderosa, aspen and spruce woodlands offering ideal wildlife habitat. Co-listed with Prudential Triple S Realty. $10,800,000. Contact Ron Morris or Billy Long.


Situated along several canyons and the Apishapa River in southeast Colorado, only two hours from Denver, these 13,000+ total acres are the location of several prehistoric villages that date back to 1200 AD. Fenced and cross-fenced into pastures, the ranch has eight wells, windmills and solar energy, including a new well with water storagegenerator backup and underground pipeline system. This year-round cow/calf ranch runs 250 to 300 pair with excellent cattle-handing facilities. $3,700,000. Contact Ron Morris.

Apishapa River Canyon Ranch Colorado v Las Animas County v Fowler


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

Big West Ranch Wyoming v Natrona County v Powder River

numerous springs and natural-flowing wells provide excellent stock water. This authentic working ranch has three houses, a cookhouse/ bunkhouse, modern shop, large barn, several

outbuildings and three sets of working corrals. The diverse landscape of mountain foothills, grassy meadows, canyons, buttes and breaks provides ideal livestock protection and excellent wildlife habitat. $9,800,000. Contact Ron Morris or Casey Kemp.

L Cross Ranch Colorado v Saguache County v La Garita


Nestled into the foothills of the La Garita Mountain on the west side of the San Luis Valley, this reputation ranch of 6,200 deeded acres (together with 60,515 acres of grazing permits) has abundant water from Carnero and La Garita Creeks and four irrigation wells. This very balanced ranching operation is self-sustained with its own feed base. A main residence, log home, shop, horse barn, ranch office and working facilities, including a manager’s home, bunkhouse, calving barn, livestock sheds, 500-head feedlot and a complete set of corrals and scales are included. $6,500,000. Contact Ron Morris. Volume 40 Farm&Ranch West


Chatellen Farm Colorado v Larimer County v Fort Collins


This small and ideal 126-acre ranch and equestrian training facility lies one hour north of Denver and east of I-25. The manicured, upscale ranch has a 6,500-square-foot custom home, attached three-car garage, two-car detached garage, insulated and heated sevenstall main barn, indoor and outdoor arenas, multi-use building, pond with irrigation system and four pastures. The entire property is pipefenced with beautifully manicured landscaping, secure gated entry and shares of Windsor Reservoir. $3,400,000. Contact Ron Morris.

Spear-O-Wigwam Ranch Wyoming v Sheridan County v Sheridan

F Eagle Ridge Ranch Homestead 11

Founded in 1923, this historic Wyoming guest ranch is a gateway to the Big Horn National Forest and Cloud Peak Wilderness Area, offering Western vacation experiences in fly-fishing, hiking, horseback riding and pack trips. The ranch has operated on a 17-acre U.S. Forest Service permit for 89Âą years (zero deeded land). New buyer/operators must apply and be approved for a 20-year forest service permit.

Colorado v Gunnison County v Gunnison

Improvements include a lodge and 11 cabins. $800,000. Contact Matt Johnston or Ron Morris.


These 35 acres and 1/15th interest in a 4,900-acre, premier, shared-amenity, firstclass operating cattle ranch lie seven miles from Gunnison with 2.25 miles of Ohio Creek, stocked trout ponds, two remote hunting cabins and an equestrian center. Eagle Ridge Ranch is surrounded by national forest, BLM and state lands and is set up as a protected wildlife preserve with exceptional recreational opportunities. Homestead 11

Lake Berryessa Ranch

features a beautiful 5,000-square-foot home with numerous upgrades and outstanding views. Own a ranch without the work in the Colorado high country. $2,850,000. Contact Billy Long or Ron Morris.


California v Napa County v St. Helena

A truly unique opportunity to own a spectacular, undeveloped 4,400-acre property on the east side of Lake Berryessa in the eastern portion of Napa County, an internationally renowned destination for its world-class wineries, vineyards and amenities. The ranch stretches from a wildlife preserve on the lake’s east shore to ridges bordering state and federal wildlife lands on the property’s eastern boundaries. Magnificent, unobstructed vistas of the lake and surrounding peaks are available from nearly every vantage point. $12,000,000. Contact Billy Long.


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Blue Mountain Elk Reserve


Colorado v Larimer County v Loveland

Ideally located between Loveland, Longmont and Estes Park, the 3,000-acre ranch is convenient to all Front Range cities and has exceptional wildlife, privacy, two miles of national forest boundary, the north fork of the Little Thompson River and Hell Canyon Creek and views from Longs Peak to Pikes Peak. Building sites with wells, adjudicated springs, hunting cabin, two barns and a set of corrals make this a great mountain retreat or hunting property. $10,900,000. Contact Ron Morris.

Steamboat Lake Outfitters Colorado v Routt Co. v Steamboat Springs


This Rocky Mountain resort/outdoor recreation business lies on 12 acres north of Steamboat Springs and surrounded by national forest with lodge and guest cabins accommodating


Split Rock Ranch

up to 50 people. Recreational activities include

Wyoming v Carbon, Fremont & Natrona Counties v Muddy Gap

snowmobiling, ATV tours, wilderness pack

horseback riding, hiking, cross-country skiing,

In south central Wyoming between Casper and Lander, this scenic 200,000Âą-acre production ranch

trips, fishing and hunting. A convenience

has 12 miles of the Sweetwater River, diverse terrain, wildlife and wild horses and currently runs 1,900

store with fuel sales, restaurant, deli and

cow/calf pair plus bulls and horses. It includes three sets of improvements, including six homes,

saloon caters to recreational visitors and the

four pivot sprinklers and six sets of working corrals. Livestock, equipment and a helicopter are also

surrounding community. $1,650,000. Contact

available. $12,000,000 or $6,000,000 for 50% interest. Contact Ron Morris or Matt Johnston.

Carl Luppens or Ron Morris.

Dumbell Ranch


Wyoming v Natrona County v Alcova

Between Casper and Rawlins, surrounding Independence Rock and next to Devils Gate with over 10 miles of the Sweetwater River, these 118,746 total acres -- 25 miles long and five miles wide -- offer a great working ranch operating at 1,200 cow/calf pair. Set along the historic Oregon/Mormon Trail, the ranch has territorial water rights providing enough water to irrigate over 2,000 acres (includes five reservoirs and Beulah Lake). For the sportsman, there is trout fishing in the river along with hunting for elk, deer or antelope. $10,000,000. Contact Ron Morris or Matt Johnston. Volume 40 Farm&Ranch West


Winecup-Gamble Ranch Nevada v Elko County v Montello


One of the West’s historic large ranches, the Winecup-Gamble




nearly a million acres north of Wells in northeastern Nevada and can support 10,000 animal units. The property maintains a profitable cattle operation utilizing 247,000± deeded acres and 750,000± acres of public lands






tremendous natural resources potential in the form of abundant water rights, geothermal, wind and solar resources and 70,000± net acres of mineral rights. The ranch contains a significant amount of high country with good elk hunting, while Crittenden Reservoir, a large private reservoir inside of the property, offers perhaps the best trout fishing in the state. This asset-rich property is priced at $50,000,000. Hall and Hall is cooperating with Pete Clark, the Clark Company.

Kootenai Rocks Ranch Reduced to $6,500,000


Montana v Ravalli County v Stevensville

This 867±-acre unimproved ranch near 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 very private building sites with amazing views.

Moose Creek Ranch

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. $6,500,000.

Idaho v Custer County v Mackay


Featuring three-quarters of a mile of both sides of the Big Lost River, this beautiful 500±-acre ranch, only a one and a half hour drive from Sun Valley, is among the valley’s premier trout fishing and wildlife properties. Two attractively furnished fishing cabins nestled in a secluded cottonwood setting offer huge views of Idaho’s highest peaks. Approximately 140± acres are productive, sprinkler-irrigated cropland. Reduced to $2,800,000.

Elk Creek Ranch Homestead Colorado v Rio Blanco County v Meeker 406 656-7500 Investment Quality Rural Real Estate Throughout the U.S. & Internationally. Since 1946.


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Offering over 25 miles of exceptional fly-fishing as well as abundant wildlife and extraordinary amenities, the 2,850±-acre Elk Creek Ranch is unsurpassed for the money. The amount and diversity of high-quality fishing on the White River, South Fork, Elk Creek and ponds are simply incomparable. The desirable riverfront sites sold out quickly after the initial launch, and this particular homestead is only available now as a resale. $2,150,000.

Estancia Alicura Argentina v Neuquen Province

Monument Peak Ranch Colorado v Garfield County v Rifle


An exceptional big-game hunting property, this


Encompassing over 180,000± deeded, contiguous acres, Estancia Alicura is one of southern

960±-acre ranch lies adjacent to a large tract of

Argentina’s historic reputation ranches and represents the ultimate in Patagonia living and lifestyle. BLM land for which most access is controlled The panorama from almost anywhere on the property stretches for miles across rolling native grasslands to the peaks of the Andes. Privacy and seclusion are ensured on this expansive estancia,

by the ranch. Between Rifle and Meeker, the ranch lies in one of Colorado’s most renowned

yet San Martín and Bariloche (two of Patagonia’s best-known resort cities) are within 75 miles by hunting areas. Large elk herds and other big paved highways. The property is meticulously maintained and improved with top-quality operational game make this area home. Improvements are buildings and a separate lodge and guest compound, all in first-class condition. Wildlife on Alicura, minimal, leaving unlimited options to build which includes a herd of trophy quality red deer, is varied and abundant, and the Caleufu River flows in an area that commands dramatic views of through the estancia offering some of the best trout fishing in Patagonia. By any standard, Alicura is a

snowcapped peaks and broad vistas of colorful

truly exceptional property and cannot be replicated in today’s ranch market. Contact us for details.

hillsides and mesa tops. $2,000,000.


Zachry Ranch, 10 miles west of Gateway, Colorado or 50 miles east of Moab, offers 8,842± deeded acres, a diverse ecosystem, exceptional big game habitat and is adjacent to the 1.4+ million-acre Manti La Sal National Forest. There is good summer grazing for yearlings or cow/calf pairs. Enrolled in Utah’s CWMU program, the property is allocated 18 buck and six bull elk tags. The Grand Junction Regional Airport is a one and a half-hour’s drive

Zachry Ranches Inc.

from the property. Reduced to $9,750,000.

Utah v Grand & San Juan Counties v Moab


Less than an hour from Billings, this 1,035±acre farm has nearly three and a half miles of Bighorn River frontage fringed with an expansive cottonwood bottom that gives way to highly productive irrigated cropland. Elk, whitetail deer, pheasant, turkey and waterfowl abound. The tastefully remodeled owner’s home and manager’s home are in excellent condition. This highly productive and wellmaintained property is offered at $4,000,000. 406 656-7500

Rivers End Ranch Montana v Yellowstone County v Custer

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Phipps La Garita Ranch Colorado v Mineral County v Creede


After 100+ years of ownership and enjoyment by over five generations of the Phipps family, this exceptional 1,880±-acre property is offered for sale. In the heart of one of Colorado’s most desirable recreational areas, the Phipps La Garita Ranch contains outstanding fishing water with over two and a half miles of the Rio Grande River, three miles of Bellows Creek and four lakes. While conveniently located within 15 minutes of the historic town of Creede, this very private ranch shares much of its boundary with Rio Grande National Forest. $12,900,000.

Milligan Hills Ranch

Canyon Ranch

Montana v Jefferson County v Three Forks

Idaho v Latah County v Genesee



Forty miles west of Bozeman in the foothills overlooking the Missouri headwaters, this well-

In the same family for over 60 years, the 720±- improved ranch operates on nearly 5,000± acres and features an exceptional, architect-designed, acre Canyon Ranch is in Idaho’s famous Palouse

3,800±-square-foot, timber-framed home and guesthouse with trout pond and spawning stream

region, just 15 miles northeast of Lewiston. plus operating improvements. $5,400,000. This





hillsides, canyon breaks, open meadows, 45± acres of cropland and 75± acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program. Wildlife (including elk, deer, wild turkey, pheasant, quail and grouse) abound on the ranch, taking advantage of extensive upland habitat as well as springs, ponds and Little Potlatch Creek which flows through the eastern portion of the property. The ranch is a short distance from the Inland Northwest’s top steelhead rivers and is an ideal hunting/fishing retreat. $995,000.

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Wyoming v Big Horn County v Hyattville


Lying along 1.75 miles of the Nowood River and a mile of Paint Rock Creek, this 593±-acre ranch adjoins 50,000± acres of public land and boasts primarily riparian habitat with 180± acres of productive irrigated meadows. An hour east of Cody and west of Hyattville, this fishing ranch boasts great views of the Big Horns in a private setting. Reduced to $2,500,000.

EE-DA-HO Ranch


Idaho v Blaine County v Sun Valley

Only 10 minutes from the airport, this stunning 1,550±-acre operating and recreational ranch is easily accessible to the year-round resort amenities of Ketchum/Sun Valley, yet it instills a sense of being a world away. An outstanding set of improvements includes a 5,885±-square-foot owner’s residence, manager’s home, employee housing, horse barn and cattle-handling facilities. Encompassing its own canyon, the ranch adjoins public lands and features a spring creek system feeding several trout-filled lakes. This is one of the only large, intact ranches remaining in the Sun Valley area. $19,000,000.

Bremmer Creek Ranch Montana v Gallatin County v Bozeman


Thirty miles north of Bozeman, this 1,048±-acre ranch lies in its own valley with a small creek that flows into 16 Mile Creek. It features an attractive three-bedroom alpine log home and garage with guest quarters above. A nearby horse barn with caretaker’s apartment completes this very private horse ranch set amongst historic large operating ranches. $6,000,000.

Coal Creek Farm Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose


This 125±-acre farm, 11 miles northwest of Montrose in the fertile agricultural region of the Uncompahgre River Valley, offers 85± irrigated acres, 83.9 shares of the UVWVUA, four solar-powered side-roll sprinklers and a half-mile of Coal Creek running the length of the property. Old-growth cottonwoods surround a 2,012-square-foot, Southwesternstyle home and additional support buildings. Access to thousands of acres of BLM land and

Bowman Ranch


the Tabeguache Mountain Bike Trail Head is within a quarter mile. $994,000.

Montana v Fergus County v Forest Grove

In the coveted and tightly held foothill country off the northeast corner of the Snowy Mountains a short drive east of Lewistown, the 1,542±-acre unimproved Bowman Ranch lies in an area of larger ranches such as the famous N Bar Ranch. It boasts timbered hills, strong grass range, multiple springs and Athern Creek passes through. An exceptionally attractive setting offering outstanding habitat for deer and elk populations, it represents an opportunity to acquire a significant holding at a reasonable price that will embrace a small livestock operation or simply provide a comfortable retreat and home to native wildlife. $2,150,000. 406 656-7500 Investment Quality Rural Real Estate Throughout the U.S. & Internationally. Since 1946. Volume 40 Farm&Ranch West


BEST WEST of the

Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


late Creek Ranch offers a vision unprecedented: a historical beauty in a place the Colorado spirit calls home. The ranch is

the single-largest private land ownership parcel adjacent to the worldrenown City of Steamboat Springs, a destination resort with world-class skiing where the Western heritage of ranching to rodeo is still alive! With exceptional privacy, abundant water rights, breathtaking beauty, outstanding recreation and, of course, unlimited potential, SCR offers a rare opportunity in the Rocky Mountain west. The 1,113± acres combine open rolling meadows complemented by the alpine environment hosting indigenous aspen and pine forests. The deeded boundaries create a “bowl” formation leading up to Routt National Forest and BLM lands on the north and the east providing extensive recreation and privacy. Neighboring the Steamboat Springs airport, serving private aircraft and charter companies, makes it easy to fly in and be at your ranch gate in minutes. The ranch is centrally located and accessed by Routt County Road 129, a priority maintained road that ensures convenience and safety to everything this resort community offers. The ranch is zoned AG/Forestry and is currently an active working productive cattle, horse and hay operation. There are options for zone changes based on potential development goals and future plans. Improvements are extensive. The


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primary residence sits on a knoll overlooking a sea of meadows framed by majestic mountains. Built in 1992, this 5,943-square-foot home was designed for entertaining family and friends or to find seclusion after a long day outdoors. Two additional homes include a 2,057-square-foot guesthouse built in 1985 and a 2,800-squarefoot ranch manager’s house built in 1990. All improvements have been well maintained and meticulously cared for. In addition to the homes, the ranch features a complete set of barns and outbuildings, perfect for any type of ranch needs or potential development support—from a very large, well-kept horse barn to stock sheds, as well as several machine shops and hay/equipment storage buildings. Extensive water rights host wells, springs, ponds and a reservoir sites, including senior rights dating back to 1909 from the Woodchuck Ditch Company with the ranch being the largest shareholder providing up to 340 irrigated acres. Additional applications for 2007 appropriations have been filed with the state and are soon to be decreed. Slate Creek Ranch has been introduced to Routt County as a future development site and offers an infinite number of opportunities. No matter your direction, the land perfectly weaves beauty and possibility into a place where potential meets the imagination. Offered for $27,950,000. Visit v

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Beaver Valley Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


Hidden in the heart of one of Colorado’s last unspoiled mountain valleys, Beaver Valley Ranch is tailor-made for hunting and fishing of exceptional quality. Beaver Valley Ranch, accessible year round, lies less than an hour southwest of Steamboat Springs and nestles against Routt National Forest on the flanks of the Beaver Flat Tops. 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. Reduced to $12,750,000.

Southern Cross Ranch New Mexico v Catron County v Pie Town







describing the exceptional trophy elk hunting on the renowned Southern Cross Ranch in west central New Mexico. On the Southern Cross Ranch, geography, genetics and habitat have combined to create an entire ecosystem that produces some of the largest bull elk on the planet. The Southern Cross is indeed a “land of giants” well-known for amazing numbers of 350- to 400-class bulls that have free access to its 47,309 acres (33,514 deeded). Simply put, the Southern Cross controls over 70 square miles of the finest trophy elk habitat anywhere. A spectacular 6,000-square-foot log lodge is the centerpiece of the ranch. With six bedrooms, five and a half baths and a wraparound deck, the lodge

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treats guests luxuriously. Southern Cross

1781 Macom Drive • Sedalia, CO 80135

14 cow elk tags for the 2009-2010 season. The

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ranch lies two and a half hours southwest of

Albuquerque and five hours from Phoenix.


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Ranch has been allotted 49 bull elk tags and



A trophy elk hunting ranch only 45 minutes from downtown Denver may seem like a hunter’s fantasy, but fantasy becomes spectacular reality at the Aspen Meadows Ranch in Clear Creek County. Containing 586 acres of an ideal blend of mountain meadows and heavy timber, Aspen Meadows Ranch has long been prime habitat for trophy elk, mule deer and bear. Aspen Meadows Ranch is in a secluded valley in the foothills beneath Mount

Aspen Meadows Ranch Colorado v Clear Creek County v Evergreen

Evans, and shares over a mile of its boundary with an isolated tract of Arapahoe National Forest. A breathtaking 7,000-square-foot Tuscan home overlooking the ranch is included, but may be excluded if desired. Access to Aspen Meadows Ranch is year-round, only 10 minutes from Evergreen via a good gravel road. The development or conservation possibilities at Aspen Meadows are great. The property has already been legally divided into 13 parcels (35 acres minimum). Offering 586 acres with custom home, caretaker’s home and barn: $16,000,000. Offering 443 acres without custom home, caretaker’s home and barn: $10,000,000. Offering 143 acres with home, caretaker’s home and barn: $6,000,000.

Mariano Mesa Ranch New Mexico v Catron County v Quemado

Big Cimarron River Ranch


Colorado v Gunnison County v Cimarron


Controlling five square miles (2,640 deeded and

Cimarron means “wild” in Spanish, and the Big Cimarron River Ranch in southwest Colorado 560 BLM leased acres) of the rolling highlands uniquely combines wildness and comfort in a 391-acre package. Surrounded by spectacular cliffs, rock of Catron County, Mariano Mesa Ranch occupies pinnacles and 12,000-foot peaks, Big Cimarron River Ranch lies in a setting right out of a Hollywood

the heart of trophy elk country. A combination

Western, yet offers all the comforts of home in three beautifully appointed cabins. Wildlife like mule of milder winters and a diverse mosaic of piñon deer, elk and black bear frequent the ranch, and nearly a mile of trout-filled river tumbles through the pine, alligator juniper, shrubs and grasslands property. Power, phone, year-round access and adjoining public land make this piece of wild Colorado produce some of the best elk hunting in the state. Bulls in the 350-plus class are regularly taken in as attractive of a mountain retreat as can be found. Reduced to $2,975,000. 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.

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.

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Historic Snowmass Canyon Ranch Colorado v Pitkin County v Aspen


The 282-acre Historic Snowmass Canyon Ranch is set in the most prestigious resort valley in the scenic Rocky Mountains and spans the second largest privately-held river frontage on the Gold Medal-designated Roaring Fork River. With a mile of river running through the ranch that is lined with a mature cottonwood forest and has a spring creek, three spring-fed trout ponds and a mile of shared boundary with forested federal lands, this Aspen Valley property represents a rare ownership opportunity for the serious outdoor enthusiast. The present owners have protected the ranch with a conservation easement but have retained the right to build on two additional

homesites and have secured generous entitlements with a rare 20-year timeframe from Pitkin County. In addition to the trophy rainbow and brown trout, owners will share this land with elk, deer, waterfowl, grouse, fox and bald and golden eagles. Now $11,500,000, Was $12,500,000. (8% Off)

Lanes Creek Ranch Aust Ranch

Idaho v Caribou County v Wayan


NEW LISTING. The 1,536-acre Lanes Creek Ranch in Wayan, Idaho, is 20 minutes from


Wyoming v Park County v Meeteetse

Alpine, Wyoming and has recreational features in NEW LISTING. A true sportsman’s offering, Aust Ranch is 28 miles from the town of Cody. With addition to an operational cattle component. Set 1,413 acres and 960 BLM leased acres, Aust Ranch is a combination of low, lush irrigated and in a gorgeous alpine valley, Lanes Creek meanders riparian lands along .75 mile of the Greybull River. Filled with Yellowstone cutthroat trout, the through the property for approximately two river provides excellent habitat for whitetail deer during both the summer and winter months,

miles, adding sub-irrigation for pastures as well as including a healthy population of large bucks. A sizable herd of elk also enjoy the river bottom enhancing the aesthetics of the ranch. Numerous as they move along the corridor between the ranches almost never leaving private property; this spring creeks dot the landscape, creating ponds has generated a large number of big bulls with many ranging 360+ B&C. Rocky outcroppings and natural reservoirs for cattle and wildlife. and stands of pine trees provide excellent habitat for mule deer and antelope. Aust Ranch also Elk and mule deer hunting are available onsite or on the neighboring Caribou National Forest

has abundant hungarian and chukar partridge populations. This sporting paradise enjoys diverse topography, onsite live water, stunning scenery and abundant wildlife. $4,206,000.

and BLM lands. Improvements at Lanes Creek 4,000 square feet built in 2000, numerous

Sheep Creek Ranch

older outbuildings and caretaker’s quarters.

Utah v Daggett County v Manila

Ranch include an upscale, custom home with

This turn-key cattle operation offers diversity with recreational opportunities, live water and abundant wildlife. $3,995,000.


NEW LISTING. Consisting of 234.37 deeded acres, this Utah ranch is completely surrounded by national forest and state lands. Sheep Creek flows through the ranch for approximately one mile, offering private fishing for wild trout, with miles of additional fishing in adjacent creeks and rivers on the forest and state land. Sheep Creek Ranch is 32 miles from the Flaming Gorge Dam and the world-class trout fishery

on the Green River. The property is four miles from the boat ramp at Sheep Creek Canyon on the Flaming Gorge Reservoir, which is well known for huge lake trout. Wildlife is plentiful as wild


P.O. Box 9240 • Jackson, WY 83002

Rocky Mountain Bighorn sheep, mule deer, elk, turkey, eagles, hawks and song birds are seen on

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the ranch. Sheep Creek Ranch provides the sporting lifestyle including fishing, wildlife, hiking

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and horseback riding. Privacy and breathtaking views are a bonus. $1,100,000.


Egeria Creek Ranch lies in northwest Colorado, less than 45 minutes south of Steamboat Springs, in the picturesque Yampa Valley. With 8,818 acres, this one-of-a-kind property is adjacent to the White River National Forest and home to the White River elk herd that is 40,000 strong and the largest in North America. Upland birds can also be found, including blue grouse, sharp-tail grouse, duck and geese. Egeria Creek Ranch is also known for its extensive cattle operation. A rancher’s

Egeria Creek Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Toponas

dream, the property is equipped with livestock facilities in addition to stack yards and fencing. Cattle can graze the ranch or 100,000+ acres of neighboring leased national forest. 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% Off)

Wild Billy Lake

Schindler Ranch



Montana v Beaverhead County v Jackson

Oregon v Klamath County v Beatty

NEW LISTING. Near Beatty, Wild Billy Lake

Comprised of 3,054± deeded acres, Schindler Ranch offers fertile river bottom, wide-open pastures is comprised of 1,020 deeded acres and is the and big mountain views of the Beaverhead and Pioneer Mountain Ranges. Schindler Ranch is five ideal fishing retreat for the discerning stillwater miles outside of the small ranching community of Jackson, Montana, in Beaverhead County. The angler. The property boasts 2.4± miles of ranch is currently an operational cattle ranch with good hay production, water rights, newly-enhanced shoreline on a 200-acre natural lake. The lake is irrigation canals, numerous new stocked ponds and a number of in-progress river enhancement one of the largest privately-held lakes in the state projects. Excellent brook trout fishing, in addition to rainbows and browns, can be found on the two of Oregon and offers an incoming owner a wide miles of Upper Big Hole River as it meanders through the ranch. Natural springs are onsite, as well. range of recreational opportunities including big These water sources are also valuable for attracting big game, as evidence from the large number of game hunting, waterfowl hunting and trophy elk that reside on the property and nearby national forest. These combined recreational components

trout fishing on the property. Operating as a fly-

create a paradise for the avid hunter and fly-fisherman. Now $8,750,000, Was $9,150,000. (5% Off)

fishing, barbless-hook operation, the property


is fully supported by its income generation and

With a myriad of area fishing opportunities, Two

requires minimal management. Improvements at

Rivers Ranch is blessed with an onsite duo of

Wild Billy Lake include two small, solar-powered

Idaho’s most celebrated trout waters: half a mile

cabins that sleep 13 people. With close proximity

of the Warm River and an incredibly scenic .75

to over 2.3 million acres of public lands, Wild

mile of the Henry’s Fork below Mesa Falls. These

Billy Lake is a private fishing and hunting haven

186 acres are in the town of Warm River across

with an endless array of possibilities for the

from the Orvis-endorsed Three Rivers Ranch,

outdoor enthusiast. $4,105,000.

a testament to the outstanding angling to be enjoyed in eastern Idaho. Partially bordered by national forest, Two Rivers Ranch is placed in a

Two Rivers Ranch Idaho v Fremont County v Warm River

rich alpine setting with amazing Teton Mountain horizons and spectacular views of the Warm River and Henry’s Fork. Only 15 miles from the Yellowstone boundary, the ranch has its fair share of moose, deer and elk. The main house is a 3,890-square-foot brick, ranch-style home with attached

P.O. Box 9240 • Jackson, WY 83002

indoor pool. With such desired onsite live water, improvements and gorgeous location, Two Rivers

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Ranch is a recreational retreat to be acquired. Now $2,950,000, Was $3,850,000. (24% Off)

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The Best of California California v Amador County v Plymouth


This 1,109-acre ranch represents all of California’s best attributes: lush grasslands, stately oaks and outstanding weather. The Sierra Foothill location 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 arbor-covered 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.

Foothill Equestrian Estate California v El Dorado County v Somerset


Set in the beautiful Sierra Nevada Foothills, this custom equestrian estate was built with attention to quality, craftsmanship and design that embraces the region’s lifestyle. The rolling rural countryside is a mix of vineyards, wineries, bistros and equestrian estates, creating the perfect blend of outdoor recreation, culture and privacy. Enjoy everything, from the hilltop

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home to the complete equestrian facility that includes a spacious barn with tack, office, lab

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and a larger covered arena positioned just beyond the many pasture that encompass the property. If your dream is to live in the country without comprising contemporary standards,

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taste and comfort, you have found your property. It will be a pleasure to invite your friends. •


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The guest cottage awaits visitors for riding, wine tasting, barbecuing pool side or just relaxing in the clean air.


New on the market, this ranch lies in the heart of Northern California’s horse industry! Valley Oak Ranch has earned the reputation of being the West Coast’s premier stallion station and breeding facilities and is now available to purchase. This equestrian ranch lies amidst the rolling topography just outside the town of Oakdale. The well-appointed, 3,455-square-foot custom home overlooks the ranch’s lush, irrigated pastures and beyond to the foothills and Sierra Nevada Mountains. Rarely will one find an equestrian facility so thoughtfully designed and in such pristine condition. With a ready-to-go facility to serve one of the world’s largest and most desirable equine markets, one’s opportunities are numerous. Whether used for breeding, training or a private equestrian estate, the layout, weather and the location will please both the horses and handlers. Every detail in design was address by the current owner, an industry-leading equine veterinarian who created a facility that emphasizes the need for a safe, easy method of handling horses of all ages and types. Currently, the adjoining 40-acre property with a home, additional barn and five irrigated pastures is utilized in the operation of Valley Oak Ranch and is also available to purchase to create an 80-acre facility on two parcels if one desires.

Valley Oak Ranch 40 Acres

California v Stanislaus Co. v Oakdale

480-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

Clements Horse Ranch California v San Joaquin County v Clements

across the creek awaits friends and family. Historically, this property has been a working cattle ranch, but the future uses are as wide open as the new owner’s imagination. The 480-acre Antelope Valley Ranch includes everything: beautiful surroundings, complete privacy, quality in every aspect and style to please the most discerning owner. Offered for $3,790,000.


Sweeping views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains frame this beautiful foothill ranch. The ranch is a working training facility for future champions in the cutting, working cow horse and the reining horse disciplines. With close to 100 usable acres, there is plenty of room for horses and livestock. The facility is outfitted to accommodate all a trainer or owner’s needs and wishes. You will find three barns with 28 stalls positioned next to a covered arena, large outdoor arena, 135' round

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cutting pen, smaller round pen and five larger turn-outs. Pipe fencing is used throughout the ranch

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and the five larger pastures that wrap around the training facility. A manager’s home and hay/

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Sitting at the end of the road behind locked gates, the 124±-acre ranch is highlighted by the magnificent 9,800±-square-foot owner’s lodge. The home features every possible luxury, such as indoor koi ponds, a media room, elevator, wine cellar, art galleries, a full-sized bar, hobby rooms and 3,600± square feet of covered decks overlooking the San Juan Mountain. A nearby guest lodge/business center was constructed as an Old West town, complete with an old-fashioned

Bear Mountain Ranch Colorado v Archuleta County v Pagosa Springs

Siebolt Creek Ranch Wyoming v Albany County v Wheatland


On the edge of the Laramie Mountain Range in southeast Wyoming, this beautiful ranch consists of 840± deeded acres and a 40±-acre BLM lease surrounded by the deeded land. Siebolt Creek meanders across the property

saloon with full bar, tin ceilings and period piano. This section offers guest rooms, executive offices, an industrial machine shop and a full wood shop. $8,250,000. Ed Kirkland, 719 679-1309.

Moon Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Hayden


This magnificent 5,901±-deeded-acre ranch also offers an additional 610± acres of state and BLM land. With proximity to the recreational destination of Steamboat Springs, the ranch boasts world-class hunting for elk, deer and numerous other species. The terrain is well varied from heavily vegetated hillsides and draws to grass-filled meadows. For the fisherman, four ponds have populations of trout. The ranch is owner-rated to summer 5,000 head of sheep. There are five cross-fenced pastures for rotational grazing. No conservation easements encumber the property. $6,500,000. Jack Kavanaugh, 303 909-1706.

for approximately three-quarters of a mile and is fed by another small creek. Water rights date to 1900. Two small reservoirs provide good fishing and hunting for elk, deer and antelope rank as Wyoming’s finest. The owner currently runs summer cattle on the property to feed on the abundant high-protein grasses. $966,000. Lee Shoop, 307 331-1800.

Laramie River Ranch Wyoming v Platte County v Wheatland


This 280±-deeded-acre ranch features approximately half a mile of the beautiful Laramie River near Wheatland. Offering a nice mix of grass meadows, cottonwood trees, picturesque sandstones bluffs

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and the blue of the river, the opportunities are endless. Improvements include a nicely remodeled 2,400-square-foot ranch house, steel shop, barn and numerous other livestock facilities. The water rights have a desirable 1884 priority right. Whether used for cattle, horses, fishing or hunting, this ranch epitomizes the Western Wyoming lifestyle. $1,300,000. Lee Shoop, 307 331-1800.


This one-of-a-kind 320±-acre property is spectacular and well-suited as an equestrian

Old Cow Town Ranch

facility, corporate retreat, trophy hunting and

Colorado v Saguache County v Saguache

recreational ranch, cattle operation or any variation of a guest facility. An authentic 1880s Old West town has numerous structures, such as a saloon, general store and church. Other highlights include two horse barns totaling 22 stalls, a 120' by 220'± outdoor roping and riding arena, large greenhouse and a pond. This unique ranch is sure to leave lasting memories. $7,500,000. Jean Cavanaugh, 719 395-5360 or Gary Pearson, 970 641-0544.

UXU Guest Ranch Wyoming v Park County v Wapiti


North Pavillion Farm Wyoming v Fremont County v Pavillion


UXU is an historic and lovingly preserved guest ranch along the banks of the famous North Fork Wildlife is plentiful on the North Pavillion of the Shoshone River. It lies 17 miles east of Yellowstone National Park and surrounded by the Farm northeast of Riverton in Fremont County. Shoshone National Forest. Ten cabins, the lodge and employee housing all have Old West charm

Approximately 536 acres of the 960-acre farm with updated modern conveniences and will accommodate 37 guests. Blue Ribbon-quality fly- are irrigated through the Midvale Irrigation fishing on the ranch, trail riding and gourmet meals from the state-of-the-art commercial kitchen Project via gated pipe, siphon tubes and roller keep guests coming back year after year. Teddy Roosevelt called this area “the most scenic 50 sprinkler. The farm currently produces alfalfa miles in America.” $1,500,000. Jack Kavanaugh, 303 909-1706. and corn, much of which is fed through the 1,600-head EPA-permitted feedlot. Known for its mild climate and open winters, the farm grazes and feeds 500± head of outside cattle from November 1 to March 1. Improvements include a farmhouse, modular home, mobile home and loafing sheds. $1,285,000. Susan Pokorny and Timmery Hellyer, 307 332-3710.

River Ranch


Colorado v Fremont County v Coaldale

Imagine owning a fine ranch on one of Colorado’s most desirable rivers! The River Ranch in Coaldale adjoins both sides of the famous Arkansas River for 2,000± feet. Known for its river rafting and fishing, the Arkansas is one of the major river of Colorado and most desired destinations. The owner’s luxury home measures over 6,500 square feet and offers some of the most impressive views in the state.

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Add direct access to thousands of acres of BLM lands and good hay production in the sub-irrigated

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pasture and this 70±-acre parcel is truly a find! $1,999,000. Jean Cavanaugh, 719 395-5360. Volume 40 Farm&Ranch West



Riverbend Ranch consists of 6,700± acres (4,300 with water rights). The Riverbend winters 1,500 head of cattle and yields 2,200 tons of hay a year. The ranch has several residential areas: the owner’s compound boasting a 2,603-square-foot home and separate guesthouse, as well as a manager’s home at a different location and a site with extensive




ranch stretches along gorgeous river-bottom property with just over six miles of the Laramie River running through. A historical homestead site lies on the property, as well.

Riverbend Ranch

Riverbend Ranch rests just 15 miles southwest of Laramie. $10,500,000.

Wyoming v Albany County v Laramie

3—X Ranch Wyoming v Fremont County v Lander


This approximately 1,200-deeded-acre ranch backs to the eastern front of the Wind River Mountains, with Wyoming State lease and BLM lease just out the back gate. Shoshone National Forest is just beyond the BLM for mountain recreational opportunities. The ranch is capable of over 100 calf/cow pairs in its current configuration. Two artesian wells supply water to three reservoirs stocked with trout. One well flows 350 gallons per minute and another is about 100 gallons per minute. Another well could be expanded to far exceed these flow rates, and the reservoirs can be enlarged to provide an even larger fishing resource. The approximately 350 irrigated acres have produced 300 tons, but are utilized for grazing now. With over two miles of Squaw Creek and its tributaries, the

ranch lies at a canyon choke point, creating an amphitheater in the heart of the ranch. This is an increasingly rare large holding in the highly sought-after Lander area (only four miles away). $3,400,000.

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


This ranch is tucked along Grace Creek in Colorado, just south of the Wyoming border. Outside Jelm and Glendevey, it is not far from

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Laramie, Wyoming. These 1,962± acres have USFS and BLM grazing permits and a 150head cattle operation with owner’s home and cattle-handling facilities. The property offers great creek fishing, easy access to the Laramie River, hunting and a variety of wildlife. $3,500,000.


An outstanding ranch on the North Platte River outside Saratoga, Wyoming, these 2,777± acres offer lush meadows and 2,563± acres with adjudicated water rights. Enjoy gorgeous views of surrounding mountains and local landmark Sheep Rock, as well as blue ribbon fishing in the North Platte River and four miles of the amazing fishery of Jack Creek. In addition to creek fishing, two spring-fed fishing ponds within the ranch boundaries are stocked with cutbow, brown and rainbow trout. These spring creeks feeding the ponds could also be developed for even more fishing. The ranch lies

Sheep Rock Ranch

virtually adjacent to Saratoga with an 8,400-foot airstrip, yet private with views, good fishing

Wyoming v Carbon County v Saratoga

and hunting. Sheep Rock Ranch borders the

Bird Cloud Ranch, which owns a mile of the Platte River and Sheep Rock itself. The two properties are immediately adjacent and complement one another well. Bird Cloud Ranch is also for sale and listed with Western United Realty. $12,000,000.


Bird Cloud Ranch lies in the North Platte River Valley of southern Wyoming. The Platte River, noted for its excellent fishing, comes out of Colorado, running north into Wyoming. This gorgeous 640±-acre property lies just over five miles outside Saratoga. This peaceful retreat has lovely views and an exquisite home designed by architect Harry Teague. The ranch is home to deer and antelope, as well as bald and golden eagles. Bird Cloud Ranch borders the Sheep Rock Ranch, which is a larger property with two miles of the North Platte River and four miles of Jack Creek, both on the 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.

Bird Cloud Ranch Wyoming v Carbon County v Saratoga

Minor Ranch Wyoming Sweetwater County v Green River


Located next to the beautiful Flaming Gorge Reservoir, Minor 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 well as outbuildings and horse facilities. New ownership could run a small herd of cattle. The area is ripe with

abundant wildlife such as bald eagles and deer, and the nearby reservoir provides fantastic fishing. This is a gorgeous, remote location outside Green River and a few minutes from Manila, Utah. $1,350,000.

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Solitude, magnificent views and all-day sun are just several features of this one-of-a-kind opportunity. Surrounded on all sides by national forest, these 42.9 acres enjoy access

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off private Preserve Lane through the Preserve Subdivision.

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timber-frame construction provide a rustic

feel, while expansive glass captures stunning views of Wilson Peak and Sunshine Mountain including copious amounts of southern light. The property affords multiple options from the perfect intimate getaway as a main residence or use as a larger-than-average guest home while you construct a dream main residence. Experience one of the region’s finest offerings. $6,750,000.

Laughing Dog Ranch


Colorado v San Miguel County Telluride Specie Mesa

Privacy and seclusion are just two attributes of this impeccable equestrian compound set in the aspens at Telluride Specie Mesa. The fourbedroom main residence boasts an elegant interior splashed with abundant light, bringing the outdoors in and providing an ideal sense of balance. The main residence and one-bedroom guesthouse are part of 7,753 square feet of total improvements. Six separate structures, perfectly positioned, allow for a variety of recreational pursuits. Enjoy workouts in the exercise room, tending your garden in the greenhouse and saddling the horses in the idyllic barn to explore 104 gorgeous acres. Two additional lots comprised of 141 acres are available for $1,500,000 and provide more spectacular terrain to build additional structures and blaze new trails. $3,450,000.

Indian Hills Ranch

Telluride Properties, LLC

Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu) 237 South Oak Street P.O. Box 37 Telluride, CO 81435

970 369-5322 970 708-2338 cell


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Colorado v San Miguel County v Telluride Hastings Mesa

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. Southern exposure, two ponds, a spacious corral and five-stall loafing shed round out this stunning ranch. $4,650,000. Visit Indian Hills

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


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 539±-acre property offers everything from lush open meadows and canyons of aspen and spruce, to a knoll with remarkable 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 offers the peace and serenity of which you have always dreamed. $16,170,000. Visit

Powder Basin Ranch Colorado v Gunnison County v Telluride/Crested Butte


Unlike any other ranch in Colorado, the secluded 2,000±-acre Powder Basin Ranch offers a private ski area that boasts more than 30 high-elevation ski runs and enjoys boundless terrain ranging from groomed runs to expert trails, steep chutes, open bowls and vast glades—all accessible

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by a luxury heated Snowcat. The ranch offers exclusive road access to thousands of acres of

Stephen Cieciuch (Chet-chu)

public lands and boasts natural features and views worthy of a national park with mountain meadows, commanding cliffs and free-standing rock spires. A network of extensive trails provides four seasons of recreation from alpine and Nordic skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing to horseback riding, climbing and mountain biking. The forest, a healthy mix of mature aspen, spruce, pine and fir, offers world-class hunting. There are several fishing ponds and a 20-acre lake stocked with full-bodied rainbow and cutthroat trout. Powder Basin Ranch is simply an unparalleled opportunity. $19,000,000. Visit

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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 two-bedroom 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 Mills Ranch Colorado v Garfield County v Sweetwater


The 372±-acre Mills Ranch encompasses a variety of open, irrigated pastures with long views to the surrounding mountains and Flattops Wilderness, as well as dense forests of old-growth aspen and spruce. Combined with the gently undulating terrain, the tree cover creates a number of private, secluded places within the ranch, making it a haven for the deer, elk, bear and wild turkey that circulate through the region. They also frequent the large pond in the heart of the ranch. The homestead is a custom, 3,200±-square-foot, four-bedroom, four- and one-half-bath log home offering all the conveniences one would expect. There is a wraparound deck with long, expansive views and a two-bay equipment barn and corral adjacent to the house. Roughly 30 minutes from the Eagle airport and about an hour from Beaver Creek and Vail, the ranch is easily accessed year-round via state and countymaintained roads.

South Hunt Creek Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Yampa


Looking across the alpine pastures of the South Hunt Creek Ranch, one is instantly struck by its

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the north, while the Routt National Forest virtually surrounds the ranch, with over a million acres of the Flattops Wilderness to the west. The ranch encompasses 320± acres of alpine meadows, pine and aspen groves. The four-bedroom home was completely rebuilt in 2009 with comfortable new

David Campbell

finishes of granite and wood and a wonderful deck overlooking the pasture and beaver ponds of

Bridge Street Office, Vail, CO

South Hunt Creek. the ranch is easily accessible year-round via county and state-maintained roads

970 479-2018

and only minutes from Yampa. Both Steamboat and Vail are well within reach, and commercial air


unparalleled tranquility and privacy. Mt. Werner and the Zirkel Wilderness rise in the distance to

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service is available at both the Hayden and Eagle airports. $2,950,000.

Yarmony Creek Ranch 191 Acres

Colorado v Eagle County v McCoy


Yarmony Creek Ranch is an equestrian’s dream ranch with a newly remodeled 7,200+-square-foot



stables, a riding arena, irrigated pastures, mountain views and privacy. Just 35 minutes from Edwards, Yarmony Creek Ranch features 190+ acres that include a portion of Colorado River frontage. $10,900,000.

Yarmony Creek Lodge 134 Acres


Colorado v Eagle County v McCoy

Yarmony Creek Lodge, a truly unique Western-style lodge, has five bedrooms, five baths and 4,008 square feet on more than 134 acres. The lodge was built in 2004 from the original structure built in 1889! Enjoy Castle Peak and Gore Range views. Descriptions nor photos adequately capture this property or spectacular setting. The lodge lies just 45 minutes from Vail/Beaver Creek. Call broker for full details. $4,100,000.


This gorgeous, personal 38-acre ranch belongs to a top local builder. Take in the huge views of the Sawatch Range and surrounding area. Enjoy lush irrigated pastures, stables, equestrian facilities and wonderful privacy, yet it is only 30 minutes to Beaver Creek. The 3,924 square-foot home has a heated, unfinished, 890Âą-squarefoot basement. $3,495,000.

Highland Meadow Estates 37.52 Acres

Colorado v Eagle County v Eagle

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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 Joseph C. Burns Bryan W. Walchle Ralph E. 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

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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.

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Vaughn Canyon Ranch


Arizona v Santa Cruz County v Sonoita

Beautiful Vaughn Canyon Ranch is 7.25 miles southeast of Sonoita, Arizona at an elevation of 5,000 feet. Its 320 acres of prime southeastern Arizona grazing land have remained intact since it was homesteaded. Made up of gently rolling grassland traversed by Vaughn Canyon, a seasonal riparian area, it borders the Coronado National Forest for a distance of one-half mile. The ranch is close to the Sonoita-Elgin area vineyards and wineries, Patagonia Lake State Park, the Nature Conservancy’s Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Sanctuary for birds and other wildlife, the historic ghost towns of the Patagonia area and the communities of Sonoita, Canelo, Elgin and Patagonia, Arizona. Improvements include a new combination living quarters/barn, the old Wood Ranch house, the original garage/shop, a new steel arena and 60-foot round pen and new smooth-wire interior pasture division fencing. A versatile piece of property, it could be held as an investment, used as a personal residence, further developed as a horse ranch or it could be subdivided and developed. $2,850,000. Call: Fred Baker 520 455-5834 (office) or 520 603-3040 (cell).

Fred Baker P.O. Box 1039 • Sonoita, AZ 85637

520 455-5834


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Lone Mountain Ranch Arizona v Cochise County v Patagonia

Lone Mountain Ranch lies 68 air miles southeast of Tucson, Arizona. More than 54,000 acres in size, the ranch stretches from an elevation of 4,800 feet near the floor of the spectacular San Rafael Valley to 9,300 feet in the Huachuca Mountains. Its 2,252 private acres offer magnificent views of Mexico and surrounding Arizona mountain ranges. Riparian areas support vegetation that includes ash, cottonwood, sycamore and black walnut trees. The historic 6,632-square-foot ranch house has massively thick adobe walls, 360-degree views and amazing interior features. The headquarters includes three houses, a barn, shop, corrals and other outbuildings. The ranch includes a 52,159acre USFS grazing permit for 950 head of cattle year-long. LMR is “off the grid,” but has telephone service. $5,500,000 including cattle. Call: Fred Baker 520 455-5834 (office) or 520 603-3040 (cell).

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Private Fly-Fishing and Waterfowl Haven California v Shasta County v Fall River Mills


For the outdoorsman who seeks the ultimate California fly-fishing and waterfowl retreat, look no further than the Soldier Mountain Ranch in Fall River Mills. Hidden along the banks of the upper Fall River, this 120-acre ranch has a coveted mile of frontage on one of California’s most famous spring-fed trout rivers: the Fall River. In addition to its nationally renowned waters, this ranch offers an array of waterfowl and upland bird hunting on restored wetlands and grasslands designed by the California Waterfowl Association. Rainbow trout, mallard, wood duck, geese, quail, dove and deer were successfully and responsibly harvested from this ranch. In an area known for pristine wilderness, pure waters and privacy, this riverfront ranch is a rare opportunity. Steelhead Capital has never seen a property that matches this caliber of fly-fishing and bird hunting on a single California riverfront ranch. The ranch has close proximity to Pit River, Hat Creek, Upper McCloud, Upper and Lower Sac and Burney Falls, as well as functional 4,000-square-foot home with views of Mount Shasta and Soldier Mountain. Soldier Mountain Ranch is truly a unique property offered for $2,950,000.

Matthew McLeod 456 Montgomery Street, Suite 200 San Francisco, CA 94104

415 398-2271


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Ultimate Ranching and Upland Hunting Destination California v Yolo County v Zamora


Set in a peaceful valley in the Dunnigan Hills, the 283±-acre Oat Valley Ranch offers the ultimate ranching and upland hunting destination. Just over an hour northeast of the San Francisco Bay area, the ranch is utilized for almond production, seasonal cattle grazing and recreational hunting of the riparian areas and spectacular undulating native grass hillsides. Extensive and modern improvements include an environmentally friendly and energy-efficient main residence, a guest home used as a business office, a shop with separate caretaker’s quarters and a hay barn (60' by 64') with 12' overhangs and a horse stall with paddock area. Enjoy endless equestrian opportunities or a small commercial cattle business with corrals, modern gates and handling equipment. Bordered by the 1,300-acre RH Phillips vineyard and other large, private ranch holdings, this property offers the ultimate in privacy and seclusion. Oat Valley Ranch is the perfect opportunity for a gentleman rancher looking for a true “plug and play” operation or for the more discriminating buyer looking to create a personalized ranching or hunting environment. With multiple buildable parcels unencumbered by conservation easements, the investment value is outstanding and the recreational potential immeasurable. This ranch estate is an income-producing, 1031 Exchange opportunity with olive orchard and vineyard potential. Offered for $3,175,000. Additional neighboring land is available for lease to expand hunting and grazing.

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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, 1,740 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





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

866 999-7342

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.

The Bell Ranch


New Mexico v San Miguel County v Tucumcari

The Bell Ranch is one of the most important— even singular—cattle ranches offered in the United States today. Encompassing 290,100 deeded acres, it probably represents the only opportunity to purchase nearly 300,000 acres of North America land in one stroke for the balance of this century. The Bell is part of a 656,000-acre 1824 Mexican land grant, and was purchased by William N. Lane—a vigorous Chicago businessman—between 1974 and 1978.


This remarkable holding is the largest working cattle ranch available in the United States today

and offers great privacy and the unbridled operational freedom and personal enjoyment found only within an empire encompassing 453 square miles of deeded land. The Bell possesses strong resources for successful entrance or expansion in the cattle business, including 290,100 blocked-up deeded acres (no federal or state land); 14 to 15 inches annual precipitation and elevation from 4,300 to 5,600 feet; a broad spectrum of strong grasses provide yearround forage; 116 wells and windmills plus 90 miles of pipeline and 206 stock tanks; superb cattle-handling facilities at 14 locations and good fencing;


a carrying capacity for 5,000 animal units (calf weights at 500 pounds); six cow camps, each with good homes; headquarters listed on National Register of Historic Places in 1974; 10,000-square-foot hacienda with eight bedrooms and classic estancia architecture; a 8,000-foot maintained dirt airfield with hangar and fuel storage; 18 miles of Conchas Lake frontage with a comfortable 2,800-square-foot guesthouse; trophy antelope and turkey hunting; and a variety of wildlife, including mule deer, Barbary sheep, black bear, cougar, quail, dove and some elk. The Bell is a first-rate cattle ranch and world-class investment offering its next owner a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to engage in one of America’s important industries. It also represents an amazing opportunity for immediate, successful expansion by existing large beef producers. A large part of the bargain will be enjoyment of a wonderful authentic western lifestyle along with escape from the pressures of success into an inspiring private world of timeless natural grandeur. Because of The Bell’s extraordinary historical values and unsullied landscapes, consideration of conservation easements will hold appeal for some. Previously, The Bell was offered at $440 per acre. Recognizing current global economic conditions, it has been discounted 35% to $286 an acre – $83,000,000 – including all seller-owned mineral rights. Buyers’ brokers are welcome to enquire.

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At the end of a country lane, this dramatic home boasts exceptional architecture and construction, handcrafted detailing and breathtaking views. Nestled on over an acre in the hills of the desirable Los Ranchitos neighborhood, this custom home benefits from the sense of remoteness and privacy, although less than five minutes from popular outdoor recreational areas and trails, Highway

Brent Dickens Custom Home

101, shopping and restaurants. This unique, contemporary home features an open floor plan

California v Marin County v San Rafael

with a spacious living area, stunning kitchen, a

four-plus-car garage and a custom pool. There are dramatic angles and glass throughout, concrete floors with radiant heating, raised ceilings and spectacular views from almost every room. This beautiful home is truly a masterpiece of design and architecture. Call for a private showing. Price upon request.

Rossovich Ranch California v Contra Costa Co. v Danville


This property lies in the Klamath Basin, internationally renowned for its great abundance and diversity of birdlife. At 4,100 feet in elevation, the ranch gets sun 275 days a year; high

Lakefront Lots California v Siskiyou County v Dorris

temperature in the summer is in the 70s with winter lows in the 10s at night. Winter might see six inches of snow lingering for a week and brilliant sunshine fills most of the days, making this location ideal for harnessing solar power. Lava Beds National Monument, Klamath River, Miller Lake are destinations close to Indian Tom Lake. The local town is Dorris/Macdoel with a small airport, and Klamath Falls, Oregon has a larger


This hilltop rancher has spectacular views of

one. Parcel A: 58 acres with well and septic site for $159,000; Parcel B: 24.97 acres for $79,000; Parcel the Tassajara Valley and consists of 23+ fenced C: 24.81 acres with septic sites for $79,000. Seller financing to qualified buyer. and cross-fenced acres. A high-producing water well and a catch pond add to the value. The property has numerous beautiful oaks; some could possibly be 100 years old. The main horse barn is a breezeway barn with five foaling/ stallion stalls, a tack room and storage. The overhead hay/storage loft completes the horse barn. An additional storage/office/barn has air conditioning. The single-story rancher home with panoramic views has four large bedrooms, two and a half baths and a master suite with large mirrored closets and a dressing area. There is a formal dining room, living room and family room off the eat-in kitchen. The kitchen offers all the

Six-Lot Subdivision

amenities for the cook. Glass sliding doors lead out to a pool area, covered patio and barbecue— great for entertaining. This property may have subdivision potential in the future.

Alain Pinel Realtors Jerry R. Vaughn



California v Marin County v San Rafael

This subdivision was started by Brent Dickens in 2002 and consists of six lots. This six-lot subdivision has been approved. Lot 4 has a four-bedroom, four-bath home (presently rented) with great views. Lot 6 has a studio garage with plans to remodel into a residential home. The other four lots are ready to build; there are some conditions and improvements that require completion. The tragic passing of

601 Sycamore Valley Rd. West Danville, CA

Brent Dickens has his estate selling off the complete project, and just waiting for that investor/builder

925 200-3030 cell 925 791-2545 office

maps and information for a buyer to review. A visit to the property shows one the endless possibilities

the studio/garage. This project has unlimited potential for the investor/builder.

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to build out. This is a great opportunity for a buyer in today’s market. We have all the conditions, for this project. One could live in the residence on Lot 4, build out the other four lots and remodel


Gated Equestrian Estate

This is Tassajara Valley’s finest 5+-acre gated equestrian estate. The main home has four

California v Contra Costa County v Danville

bedrooms and three baths, elegant living room

with fireplace, formal dining room with French doors leading out to the flower gardens and a gourmet kitchen with granite counters and Sub-Zero refrigerator. Lots of windows add light to the eating and cooking area overlooking the extensive kitchen flower garden. A waterfall, pond, outdoor kitchen patio area and fire pit make for great entertaining. Graveled walking paths throughout the property lead to the two-bedroom guesthouse with living room. The estate has a detached exercise room with a temperature-controlled wine room. Indoor and outdoor dog kennels are great for the dog breeder. Numerous fruit and olive trees and raised garden beds with greenhouse are included. The stable area has four-plus box stalls with matted rubber sides and matted paddock areas for each stall, as well as a grooming area and laundry area. There is a tack room and covered storage for equipment and hay storage barn. The large dressage-sized arena has skylights and night lighting with sand footing. All jumps are included with the facility, plus additional tractors and equipment make this a turn-key operation. The estate is completely fenced with three large outdoor paddocks, complete with galloping bridle path for exercising horses. This must-see estate has too many amenities and features to list.


A turn-key equestrian facility, Redwood Ranch Stables (formerly known as the Oakland Riding Academy) has been a fixture in the lives of generations of enthusiasts who have come to learn and polish their equestrian skills. Just over the ridge from Oakland and minutes from

Income-Producing Equestrian Center California v Alameda County v Oakland

Piedmont via Highway 13, the property sits on approximately 2.91 acres in a lovely wooded setting on the edge of Redwood Regional Park. There are 61 stalls for horses, along with five tack rooms and three wash racks. The main residence, located on the upper level of the main barn, has been painstakingly transformed into luxury space, expansive and full of light. The grand room on the east end features faux marble pillars, an elegant bar and a broad deck access to French doors. Gracious private living quarters occupy the rest of the building’s upper level. There are three additional residences on the property, along with covered hay storage and storage for the stall bedding and other miscellaneous equipment. The additional residences are presently used for employee housing; some in the past have rented

Income-Producing Alfalfa Ranch


California v Siskiyou County v Dorris

Yates Ranch is a collection of six of Northern California’s finest working ranches: a total of 4,770 acres. 402± acres of pasture grazing land, 658± acres of dryland farming and 486± acres of pivotirrigated alfalfa total 1,546± acres of farmable land. There are seven wells and five spring-fed, yearround ponds. Look out over mountain meadows, grazing and timberland. The main residence is complemented by three additional houses, presently rented. There are two new 1,000-ton hay storage barns. This is a chance of a lifetime to own a unique ranch that offers history, a country lifestyle, cattle raising, natural beauty, peaceful living, alfalfa and grain crops and abundant wildlife and waterfowl. Seller financing to qualified buyer.

out. The facility offers miles of riding trails in the Redwood Regional Park right out the back door. This has been a successful boarding and training facility for the past 29 years.

Alain Pinel Realtors Jerry R. Vaughn 601 Sycamore Valley Rd. West Danville, CA

925 200-3030 cell 925 791-2545 office Volume 40 Farm&Ranch West


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

805 238-7110 office 805 238-1324 fax


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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.


The picturesque O’Dell Ranch is a cattle ranch featuring a superior water system, varied terrain, valley views and a full set of steel corrals, including a hydraulically controlled cattle squeeze. There is a ranch house, support structures and a wellmaintained road system. The 3,286.26± acres are positioned in both San Luis Obispo and Monterey Counties, offering magnificent,

O’Dell Ranch

panoramic views of the rolling hillsides and surrounding areas. $6,750,000.

California v San Luis Obispo & Monterey Counties v San Miguel


Less than 30 miles from Carmel and

Oak Ridge Ranch

Pebble Beach, Oak Ridge Ranch is a rare,

Photo by David Gubernick

historic Spanish Land Grant estate in one of

California v Monterey County v Carmel Valley

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 oak-studded 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




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

irrigation, with the balance dedicated to permanent pasture, grazing land and a homestead. $6,000,000. **BMT Ranch and Deer Valley Ranch adjoin on Deer Valley’s southern border and are complementary of each other.** Volume 40 Farm&Ranch West


Shadow Creek Ranch Colorado v Summit County v Silverthorne


This dramatically reduced 70+-acre homesite lies within one of Colorado’s quintessential mountain ranches. Live among the pristine meadows, ridges, streams and ponds of Shadow Creek Ranch, a shared-interest, master-planned ranch. The ranch covers 5,800 acres and offers its residents the excitement and amenities of a ranch lifestyle without the upkeep and responsibilities. Horseback ride, hike and fly-fish on more than 22 ponds and the Blue River, hunt for trophy elk and stay in one of the fully equipped cabins. Within an hour from seven Colorado ski resorts 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. Valued at $2,650,000, but now offered at $1,000,000!

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

303 440-4999 office 303 818-8588 cell


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Trophy Basin Ranch Colorado v Mesa County v Grand Junction


This 309±-acre western Colorado ranch is a trophy hunter’s mecca. Only once in a rare occasion can you find a true Boone and Crockett class ranch for sale. Located in Grand Junction, the Trophy Basin Ranch lies within the confines of a Colorado-managed trophy hunt unit. The ranch is surrounded by national park, thus protecting the bulls and bucks throughout the winter season and allowing them to gain mass and weight. As a result, the owners have taken bull elk over 420 B&C with the average at 394 B&C. Mule deer have been harvested up to 347 B&C with an average 207 B&C. Yet, it is true the photos tell the story.

Caribou Springs Ranch Colorado v Boulder County v Boulder


Caribou Springs Ranch is a legacy working ranch that has been carefully developed into an exclusive Western-lifestyle community that captures the spirit of the past while raising the standard of luxury living in the Rocky Mountain region. Its 590 acres comprise pastoral

paradise buffered by miles of meadows set against a dramatic mountain backdrop of Boulder’s legendary Flatirons. The sale includes more than 550 acres, two luxury homes, three deeded and buildable homesites, two caretaker’s homes, professional-grade equestrian barns and extensive and valuable water rights. The property features 24-hour security at its two handsomely gated entry points. Wide paved roads wind through the ranch’s natural landscape and lead to a community retreat complete with large outdoor pool, spa, barbecue pavilion and an open fire pit all nestled amidst towering mature cottonwood trees. In addition, the serenity and authenticity that make Caribou Springs Ranch so irreplaceable is forever preserved thanks to the ranch’s status as a Boulder County conservation easement. Though worlds away from traffic and city congestion,





conveniently sited within 90 minutes of Denver International Airport, world-class Colorado ski resorts and the business hubs of Denver and Fort Collins. $12,800,000.

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

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Equestrian Facility Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point


A professionally designed, state-of-the-art horse facility for the serious trainer, breeder and rider, these 122 acres with 64+ irrigated acres feature large, covered indoor and outdoor arenas; paddocks for all shedrow stalls; a heated tack-up and wash rack barn with kitchen, bath, laundry and vacuum systems; separate veterinary facility and foaling stalls; hay barn; shop/equip hangar; cross-fenced pastures and two round pens. Enjoy beautiful landscaping, gardens and fencing. The facility includes two ranch homes with views and a third view homesite on dividable acreage. $3,800,000.

Little Applegate River Frontage Oregon v Jackson County v Jacksonville


314 Acres and Two Homes


Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point

A long paved drive secures a very private 314-acre ranch with two large modern homes. 54

Offering prime Little Applegate River frontage, irrigated acres and half a mile of Little Butte Creek frontage (with a 30 hp pump) provide water these 250 pristine, remote acres have older free- for irrigation by 34 hard set guns. The property has several outbuildings, including stalls, working irrigation rights for 116 acres and two homes. pens and hay storage, as well as an outdoor arena for training horses. Enjoy the gorgeous valley The main home is a 1,320-square-foot apartment and Mt. McLoughlin views! $2,500,000. in the main barn with 700 square feet of bonus space downstairs for an office. Remodeled in 2004, the second home (c. 1920) has 1,100 square feet. Numerous outbuildings include a heated greenhouse (26' by 42') and garden area. There are 11 stalls, a 50' covered, round pen and an outdoor arena (100' by 200'). The property was previously a cattle ranch and is currently used for a horse breeding operation. $1,200,000.

Agricultural Investment Property Oregon v Jackson County v Gold Hill

Tom Harrison, Broker 548 Business Park Drive Medford, OR 97504

800 772-7284 • 541 772-0000


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This 54-acre agricultural investment property has a scenic setting and prime farmland for a vineyard, row crops or livestock and hay. Class 1 soils are irrigated out of the Rogue River. Three existing homes provide flexibility for future replacement building. Older dairy structures could be rehabilitated for other uses. The property also includes irrigation equipment. Owner carry with substantial down and an acceptable credit. $765,000.

Exquisite Property! Oregon v Jackson County v White City

Oregon Hunting and Fishing Paradise Oregon v Jackson Co. v Central Point


This 1,997.85-acre Oregon hunting and fishing paradise features deer, elk, turkey and quail, as well as easy access to the world-renowned Rogue River for salmon and steelhead fishing. Many possible uses include a private retreat or compound, and it was previously considered for a destination resort. Enjoy spectacular views of the Rogue


This exquisite property for entertainment, horses or vineyard potential offers 40 acres,

River, Lower Table Rock and Valley. The ranch is

irrigation, a private bass lake and deeded access to the Rogue River. Enjoy the meticulously

only minutes from air service and amenities. 789

landscaped grounds, relax in the spa or sauna, enjoy a round of tennis, play volleyball in the acres are included under a preservation easement sand pit or take a swim in the saltwater pool. Set above the shop (50' by 70'), a fully equipped with the Nature Conservancy. The ranch has office has a bathroom and break room. This property also has a horse barn and arena, dog direct access to Highway 234 with Rock Creek kennel and fabulous views. $3,800,000.

frontage. $3,000,000.

Mill Mar Ranch


Oregon v Jackson County v Butte Falls

These 267.60 acres feature multiple living quarters in a very private setting. Tall trees and meadows surround the historic lodge. A well-established hydro power system provides a unique environment. A gravity wheel line irrigation system irrigates the 240 acres of meadows. Over 12,000 feet of drain tile ensure highly productive meadows. This ranch is available for the first time in 60+ years. There are two large barns and range rights. $2,700,000.

Everything You Need! Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point


This property is set up for convenient care! A spacious, single-level home has great views and a

Tom Harrison, Broker

fenced, in-ground pool surrounded by a fantastic setting. The facility has a four-stall barn with runs,

548 Business Park Drive Medford, OR 97504

large shop with additional shedrow stalls, round pen and an arena. These 15.28 level acres with 6.5

800 772-7284 • 541 772-0000

irrigated acres feature lots of shade trees and pasture with shelters. $749,000. Volume 40 Farm&Ranch West



This quintessential Colorado property has 518

Lazy H Ranch

acres of beautiful meadows, lush pastures, pine woodlands, ponds, rock bluffs and outcroppings

Colorado v Montezuma County v Mancos

and over a mile of the West Mancos River. The ranch includes a 3,577-square-foot custom log main residence, a 1,000-square-foot log guest home, insulated and custom-built horse barn and hay and equipment barns. This meticulously maintained property has exceptional water rights, including shares of Jackson Lake, Weber Lake and adjudicated Mancos River rights. This is an exceptional property offered at an exceptional price. Reduced by $550,000. Now $4,950,000.


This very productive 653-acre ranch raises purebred Black Angus cattle and produces high-quality hay. The owner’s objective is to maintain a herd of 100 cattle and produce 25,000 bales of hay a year. The ranch has exceptional water rights, one and a half miles of the Mancos River, bordered by BLM lands, with

Perry Cougar Run Ranch Colorado v Montezuma County v Mancos


multiple homes and outbuildings to support the operations. It is also a recreational paradise with great hunting and fishing. Reduced by $475,000. Now $3,900,000.

This exceptional 128-acre horse ranch is 20 minutes from historic downtown Durango. The property has a custom, 2,100-squarefoot,





residence, a 1,000-square-foot guesthouse and a picturesque barn with four stalls with runs, tack/feed rooms, double wash rack, caretaker’s quarters and large upstairs office and artist’s

HD Ranch

studio/game room. The property has a new arena (150' by 250'), seven irrigated and cross-

Colorado v La Plata County v Durango

fenced pastures and exquisite views of the La Plata Mountains and Mesa Verde. Reduced by $400,000. Now $2,250,000. Co-listed with Diane Purdy with Prudential Triple S Realty.

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

Tom Morse 700 Main Avenue • Durango, CO 81301

970 769-8989


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Echo Basin Ranch Colorado v Montezuma County v Mancos


Echo Basin Ranch has 465 acres of irrigated meadows, mature woodlands and lush riparian areas. The 6,700-square-foot estate is the quintessential Colorado mountain retreat with magnificent views of the La Plata Mountains. All amenities are of the highest quality and embody casual elegance at its best. There are significant water rights, 1.3 miles of Mancos River frontage and a rodeo arena for equestrian activities. Best of all, it is a recreational paradise with conservation easement potential. $5,950,000.

Valley Ranch Estate Colorado v La Plata County v Durango

Engwis Ranch Montana v Sweet Grass County v Big Timber



This 25 or 42-acre equestrian estate lies in the lush Animas Valley. It includes a 4,000-squarefoot main home, guesthouse, caretaker’s house,

Rarely does a ranch of this historical significance, productivity, recreational value and diversity 100-year-old historic barn with hay loft and become available, particularly in the gorgeous Yellowstone Valley. Engwis Ranch is now for sale tractor bay, horse arena, multiple pastures and by the owner, and we have been chosen to support the owner in finding a legacy buyer who will

a maintenance shop with equipment storage.

protect and preserve the ranch in its entirety and nurture its special attributes for generations This beautiful estate offers unmatched elegance, to come. The ranch includes 5,500 acres, three and a half miles of the Yellowstone River, a privacy and ease of care in the Animas Valley 9,500-square-foot main residence, indoor riding arena with guesthouse and several exceptional

just a few miles north of Durango. $2,495,000

building sites along the river. This is an exceptional property and one that richly deserves the

(25 acres) or $3,345,000 (42 acres). Co-listed

label: Legacy Property. Owner Representation. $17,500,000.

with Russ Smith – Prudential Triple S Realty.


Red Rabbit Ranch is an exceptional 1,889-acre recreational property in the heart of the northern New Mexico Rockies with easy, year-round access. There is a beautiful, custom, 3,000+-square-foot, log main residence, 2,000-square-foot guest home, 950-square-foot historic stone house and a 600-square-foot hunter’s cabin. Other amenities include a custom, 4,000-squarefoot, six-stall barn/stable with workshop,

Red Rabbit Ranch






New Mexico v Rio Arriba County v Tierra Amarilla

foot equipment/toy storage garage. The ranch

caretaker, three loafing sheds and a 4,000-squareis a recreational paradise with opportunities for hunting, fishing, horseback riding, hiking and





Call Michael Thunder, 970 769-1022.

Avery Ranch Colorado v La Plata County v Durango


This beautiful 400-acre ranch and game preserve lies in the majestic La Plata Canyon just 15 minutes from Durango, Colorado’s historic downtown area. The ranch headquarters is an exquisitely crafted, new 12,700+-square-foot, round log home with dramatic views of the La Plata Mountains. There is a half mile of running water, 100 acres of irrigated hay meadows and 300 acres of high-fenced game preserve—home to trophy elk and other game. The ranch would be perfect as a family or corporate retreat and is a great candidate for a conservation easement. $4,550,000.

Triple S Realty 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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Rocky Springs Ranch California v Tehama Co. v Mt. Lassen Foothills


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.

Sierra Foothill Ranch California v Amador County v Fiddletown


This classic 714±-acre foothill ranch with rolling hills, wildflower-filled meadows and specimen oak and pine forests is nestled in the Sierra Nevada Foothills between San Francisco and Lake Tahoe. Water is plentiful with a 24-acre-foot reservoir, a few seasonal stock ponds, numerous ground water springs and a babbling creek with cascading waterfalls. Within the Fiddletown Viticulture Area and near Shenandoah Valley, this area is well known for its vineyards and wineries. Drastically reduced to $4,284,000.

The Chickering Company Terry Hundemer Ranches, Lakes, Rivers/Broker

530 265-5774 530 913-8095


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Jones Valley Preserve California v Nevada County v Donner Summit


Nearly three square miles that includes 1,832± acres of pine and fir forests, lush mountain meadows and a private alpine lake, the Jones Valley Preserve is within a few minutes of Donner Summit, Truckee and Lake Tahoe. Ideal for a private family recreational retreat featuring many building sites with endless views to the surrounding Sierras, the preserve has national forest on three sides. This massive expanse of Sierra timberland is a recreationalist wonderland with miles of trails and roads for hiking, biking, horseback riding or recreational vehicles. $2,900,000.

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.

Hope Valley Homestead California v Alpine County v Hope Valley

This rare 40±-acre ranch is nestled at the base of picturesque Carson Pass and the magnificent

Donner Mountain Estate Site

10,000-foot High Sierra Mountains and is one of the few private holdings in Hope Valley, the

California v Nevada County v Truckee



most dramatic alpine valley in California. National forest adjoins for endless miles of hiking, Just one and a half miles from Donner Lake skiing and horseback riding. Lake Tahoe is only 30 minutes away, and the Kirkwood ski resort is and 30 minutes from Lake Tahoe, this is a only 15 minutes away, both offering year-round activities. Add a classic willow-lined trout stream rare opportunity to own a large estate parcel meandering through an alpine meadow and a custom log house set amongst the quaking aspens, with lush mountain meadows surrounded and you have completed the perfect postcard setting with views everywhere. $1,700,000. by quaking aspens and pine and fir forests. A cascading creek that originates on the looming Donner Summit meanders through the property, offering a tranquil setting for a new mountain estate, as well as hiking, horseback riding and small trout fishing. Enjoy a remote feel, yet just minutes from the quaint town of Truckee for shopping and restaurants. $825,000.

Alpine Meadow Retreat California v Plumas County v Graeagle


The Chickering Company

Guidici Ranch is set on the southern flanks of Mohawk Valley where the lush mountain meadows

Terry Hundemer

meet the High Sierra conifer forests. Babbling creeks that originate in the looming mountains

Ranches, Lakes, Rivers/Broker

meander through the meadows and offer a tranquil setting for hiking, horseback riding and

530 265-5774 530 913-8095

small-stream fishing. The 83± acres are roughly an hour north of Lake Tahoe, near the mountain community of Graeagle with many outdoor activities, including golf, fishing, hiking, biking and horseback riding. This is a rare find in the Sierras! $1,485,000. Volume 40 Farm&Ranch West



One hour northwest of Casper via Highway 20 – 26, South Fork Ranch consists of 23,490 total acres: 8,392 deeded, 11,138 BLM lease, 2,680 State of Wyoming lease and 1,280 leased. The terrain consists of high rolling hills and deep draws for tremendous grazing and protection for livestock. The Powder River flows through the ranch for five miles, offering an excellent source of water for livestock and habitat for wildlife. Home to antelope and mule deer, the area is noted for trophy-type big game. The Powder River, two flowing wells and nine

Southfork Ranch

reservoirs provide livestock water. The ranch is divided into four pastures and would lend itself

Wyoming v Natrona County v Casper

to a cow/calf or yearling operation. $2,450,000.

Lodgepole Ranch


Nebraska v Deuel County v Chappell

Half a mile west of Chappell via Interstate 80, Lodgepole Creek Ranch consists of 860± deeded acres. Year-round Lodgepole Creek runs through the meadows, while the south end is rolling hills. Improvements include a four-bedroom, two-bath home, two garages, a grain bin, calving barn, storage shed, new equipment/livestock shed, feedlot and working corrals. Livestock water is provided by Lodgepole Creek and four wells dispersed throughout the ranch. Currently, the ranch is grazed with a small amount of hay produced. Historically, the ranch runs 100 head of cow/calf pairs year round. The seller will consider splitting the property. Co-listed with Farmers National Company. Price reduced to $995,000.

Nowood Ranch Wyoming v Washakie County v Tensleep


Nowood Ranch lies one and a half miles northwest of Tensleep via County Road 54, also known

John Phillips • Mantha Phillips JR Crozier 111 West 2nd Street Casper, WY 82601

307 265-6684 office 307 237-2261 fax


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as Cottonwood Road. These 112± deeded acres rest in the Nowood Valley at the foot of the Bighorn Mountains. The terrain consists of river-bottom meadows, rolling hills and red rock cliffs along the Nowood River, which flows along the entire west boundary for approximately threequarters of a mile. Fishermen will find a variety of fish, including channel catfish, smallmouth bass and northern pike that thrive. The river provides 59 acres of irrigation water rights via the Victorian Windsor Ditch. Improvements include a two-bedroom, one- and one-half-bath home, small barn/shop, open-faced calving shed and a set of corrals. $750,000.

Clark’s Canyon Ranch Wyoming v Park County v Cody


Clark’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 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 routes are obvious with numerous teepee rings. In fall of 1877, the Nez Pierce Indians, led by Chief Joseph, evaded the U.S. Army. While attempting their famous escape, they passed through the immediate ranch area. Improvements are designed to complement a horse and cattle ranch operation and provide comfortable amenities for recreational enthusiasts. The custom home has an open floor plan with high ceilings and large windows, allowing spectacular Beartooth Mountain and Clark’s Fork Canyon views. Multiple outbuildings include a horse barn with eight box stalls, tack room, indoor water and hay storage. The Clark Canyon Ranch is an outdoor sportsman’s retreat with unlimited opportunities. Hunting enthusiasts will find resident herds of elk, mule deer, whitetail deer and antelope. Moose occasionally frequent the river and creeks. Bighorn sheep and mountain goat reside near the canyon. This area is only one of two places in Wyoming where mountain goats are found and is considered by many to be a premier wildlife viewing location. The Clark’s Fork River on the ranch and over 950 lakes on the adjacent Beartooth Plateau in the national forest offer exceptional fishing for Yellowstone cutthroats and mountain white fish. The ranch 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.

John Phillips • Mantha Phillips JR Crozier 111 West 2nd Street Casper, WY 82601

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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.

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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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This picturesque, 7,438±-acre cow ranch is well watered with intermittent creeks, springs and reservoirs and three windmills. It has a combination of cedar and pine trees with rock outcroppings to rolling plains. The grass is noted for exceptional gains. There are modest improvements (old, but functional),

Martin Ranch

buried electricity, good access via highway and

Wyoming v Niobrara County v Lance Creek

including trophy mule deer. $1,924,000.

county roads and a broad spectrum of wildlife,

PJ Bar Ranch


Wyoming v Goshen County v Torrington

These 240± acres include 28± BLM acres. Three pivots irrigate 205 acres (130 in corn and 75 in premium irrigated grass). There are 172 acres of Pathfinder irrigation water rights, two old wells a shop (80' by 40'), calving shed, tack barn, well house, 125' concrete apron wood bunks, 160' of concrete feed bunks and a completely remodeled, 3,000-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bath home. $840,000.

Allison Horse Farm Nebraska v Scotts Bluff County v Morrill


This small 80-acre farm, just five miles from Morrill, Nebraska, has paved highway frontage. The completely restored house is very modern. There are lots of corrals and horse sheds, a nice roping arena and mature trees. $390,000.

Whitaker Farm Wyoming v Goshen County v Lingle

Newman Realty 215 East 20th Avenue Torrington, WY 82240

307 532-7131 • 800 658-4431


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This nice, small 120-acre ranch includes 67 acres of GID water rights. The current owners have signed up for an Equip Program with the USDA. It is a cost share on the irrigation systems. A two-bedroom manufactured home has had lots of upgrades. $240,000.

Cedar Canyon Ranch Wyoming v Niobrara County v Lance Creek


These 2,200 deeded acres include 320 leased acres and a broad spectrum of wildlife, including trophy mule deer. Enjoy the canyons, pine and cedar trees, county road frontage and power on the property. $450 per deeded acre ($1,000,000).

Aanested Nebraska v Scotts Bluff County v Mitchell

Three Mile Creek Ranch Wyoming Laramie County v Iron Mountain


Fifty miles northwest of Cheyenne, the ranch is completely watered by creeks, springs and beaver dams. A creek meanders through the ranch, creating large, sub-irrigated meadows. Lots of fishing, elk, mule deer, antelope, bobcat, mountain lion and coyote inhabit the


Offering lots of improvements and close proximity to town and markets, these 352 total acres feature 233 irrigated acres, a pivot, roping arena and feedlot. This is an ideal property to calve out cows or background calves. Enjoy mild weather. This must-see property is offered for $565,000.

ranch. Numerous canyons and draws offer a newly constructed, classic log cabin privately secluded at the end of a scenic valley. The ranch has 2,160 total acres: 1,800 deeded, 280 state lease and 80 BLM lease. Co-listed with Mason & Morse Ranch Company, Aspen, Colorado. $1,050,000.

Cassidy Farm


Nebraska v Sioux County v Henry

Cassidy Farm lies in Sheep Creek Valley, north of Henry, Nebraska. This 212-acre farm features lots of mature trees, very productive farmland, two center pivots, a newly remodeled home and a quonset shop. $325,000.

Newman Realty 215 East 20th Avenue Torrington, WY 82240

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Clearwater Wild River Ranch Idaho v Idaho County v Kooskia


Adjacent to Parcel B, this property borders Clearwater River on Highway 12. The ranch has a large 4,700±-square-foot ranch home with a three-car garage, work room, recording studio, a huge deck overlooking the "wild" Clearwater River and more. The U.S. Congress has designated the Clearwater River as one of the few remaining “wild and scenic” rivers. Parcel A (12.7 acres), $495.000.

Will Godfrey, Broker 800 278-6743 Lewiston, ID

Don Solberg, Broker 208 983-0450 Grangeville, ID


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Clearwater Wild River Ranch, Parcel B


Idaho v Idaho County v Kooskia

This property has a small lake full of large bass, crappie and bluegill, a large adjacent barn, a paddock, corral, caretaker’s home and more on approximately 38 acres overlooking the Clearwater River. Parcel B, $625,000.

Will Godfrey, Broker 800 278-6743 Lewiston, ID

Don Solberg, Broker 208 983-0450 Grangeville, ID Volume 40 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. $3,250,000.

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.

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

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

Box 9825 Breckenridge, CO 80424

well, next to a huge State Wildlife Area are below, the protected view corridor is entirely on the ranch.

970 485-0572

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



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

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

640-Acre Arrowhead Ranch

375-Acre Winter Hawk Ranch


Colorado v Park County v Fairplay

Colorado v Park County v Guffey


Locally known as “The Thousand Peaks”

Close your eyes, think of Colorado’s mountains and you have envisioned this ranch with rolling hills,

area, the views here will inspire anyone. The

abundant wildlife, tall trees, grassy pastures and large rock outcroppings. The property backs directly to gently rolling grasslands feature staggering state land, that backs directly to thousands of acres of the Pike National Forest. A productive year-round

vistas of 14,000-foot snow-covered peaks.

spring fills the pond and creek on site. A lovely log home with classic rock fireplace feels like a lodge. There Fully fenced pastures include a stock well is a guest home and immense views of the snowy Sangre de Cristo Mountain peaks! The ranch sits 75 and access gates to the maintained county minutes to ski and golf resorts at Breckenridge, near Guffey and two hours west of Colorado Springs. Winter road. The ranch backs directly to BLM land Hawk Ranch boasts terrific potential as a conservation easement ranch for the next owner. $1,199,000.

with Nature Conservancy-protected lands also next door. This property is not under any

BKC Ranch at Black Mountain Colorado v Park County v Fairplay

conservation easements or covenants. Great lake and South Platte River fishing is minutes away. This ranch is 45 minutes to resorts at Breckenridge and two hours southwest of Denver. $595,000.


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 from a spotless five-bedroom, four-bath home with attached two-car garage. Several living areas are perfect for any sized family and gatherings. Forty minutes to Breckenridge and less than two hours to Denver, BKC Ranch offers trail rides in all directions and great fishing just a few miles away. Sold with 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. $499,000.

Girten Land Company Art Girten, Broker/Owner Realtors Land Institute Box 9825 Breckenridge, CO 80424

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This large Wyoming ranch in good cattle country offers world-class elk, mule deer and pronghorn antelope hunting plus turkey and sage grouse. Offering 62,080 total acres (41,519 deeded, 4,762 state lease and 15,799 BLM lease), this sportsman’s haven qualifies for landowner elk tags. North of Casper and one hour from blueribbon trout fishing, the ranch has two residences, a hunting lodge, cabin, two sets of shipping pens with scales, good outbuildings and corrals. The terrain ranges from rolling prairie pastures to steep wooded hills with pine and cedar. Major

Bull Cedar Ranch Wyoming Natrona & Converse Cos. v Midwest

Saddle Tree Ranch

drainages include Big Bull Cedar, Little Bull Cedar, Salt Creek, 7L, Gillum Draw and Bobcat. Multiple reservoirs, springs and water wells lie throughout the ranch. 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 low-overhead ranch operation in an area with “good to excellent” wind energy potential. $19,950,000.

Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance


Located on the west side of the Black Hills with over five miles of Inyan Kara Creek running through, this picturesque ranch includes 5,392 deeded, 640 state lease and 480 BLM lease acres. Creek bottoms, valleys, deep draws, grasslands, high plateaus and wooded hills with pine, cedar, oak, cottonwood and aspen cover the terrain. There are two creeks,

Cheyenne Canyon Ranch

wells, springs, reservoirs and a new pipeline. Historically, side-rolls have irrigated some fields along Inyan Kara Creek. Enjoy miles of trails for horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, ATVs, snowmobiling or cross-country skiing. Elk, deer, antelope and turkey are in the area. Two sets of improvements include a log home, horse barn, ranch house, quonset and sheds. Just 20 miles from Sundance and less than five miles from I-90, this is one of the finest ranches now available in northeastern Wyoming. $7,791,440.


South Dakota v Fall River County v Hot Springs

This scenic southern Black Hills ranch offers live water, picturesque views, good improvement and abundant wildlife: elk, deer, antelope and turkey. These 7,100 acres feature over four miles of the Cheyenne River, as well as varied terrain with awesome rock cliffs, river bottoms, pine- and cedar-covered hills, rolling fields, deep draws and secluded canyons. Installation of a new water pipeline has enhanced the wildlife habitat and livestock grazing. An attractive, custom log lodge was designed for luxury entertaining. Two additional residences, several barns with water and electricity and saddle shop with bunkhouse are included. Located in western South Dakota, the ranch is within a 30-minute drive from Hot Springs and Angostura Reservoir. The motivated owner has reduced the price to $6,500,000.


This premier Black Hills land has over three miles of Houston Creek winding through. Consisting of 1,835 deeded and 280 leased acres, the property has excellent wildlife habitat for mule deer, elk, wild turkey, sharp-tail grouse and trophy whitetail deer. The centerpiece of the ranch is Macumba

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


Houston Creek Ranch Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance

Lake, a pretty 8-acre lake perfect for stocking for private fishing. Beaver dams, natural springs, water wells and reservoirs lie throughout. From the pretty creek bottoms and pristine valleys to

307 746-2083

the timbered hills and rocky canyon rims, this picturesque location is special for all-season enjoyment.

$6,100,000. The owners will consider splitting the ranch into two parcels.

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Seven Mile Creek Ranch West Wyoming v Goshen County v Jay Em

Pine Ridge Ranch Wyoming v Johnson County v Kaycee



Located 24 miles north of Lingle, these 8,787 total acres include 7,241 deeded, 1,186 private lease, 240 State of Wyoming lease and 120

This exceptional 28,453±-acre low-overhead grass ranch 11 miles from Kaycee has 25,973 deeded BLM lease. Seven miles of year-round live acres, 880± BLM acres and 1,600 state lease acres. Easily accessible year-round, the ranch is owner-

water, three miles of underground pipeline

rated at 700 cow/calf pairs year-round. An excellent water system supplies 39 tanks strategically located

along with nine working windmills and six

throughout the ranch along 30± miles of pipeline. Numerous reservoirs provide additional water for wells with submersible pumps throughout livestock and wildlife. Outstanding improvements include three custom-built log homes constructed the ranch provide excellent water for livestock in 1999, each with many outstanding features, as well as indoor and outdoor cattle-working facilities,

and wildlife. Owner-rated at 475 animal units

pipe corrals, barns, an arena, certified scales, feedlot with a seven-bin feed storage and mixing system year-round, the ranch has two sets of building with covered unloading area, shop and much more. Enjoy beautiful views of the Big Horn Mountains improvements and an annual CSP payment of and Pine Ridge to the west and abundant wildlife: trophy mule deer, upland game birds, turkey and $28,000± for the next five years. $3,450,000. antelope. $8,700,000. Cory Clark, Mark McNamee or Denver Gilbert, 307 334-2025.

Cory Clark, 307 334-2025.

Four Mile Ranch Wyoming v Johnson County v Kaycee


This easily accessible, 2,200±-deeded-acre contiguous ranch lies 20 miles east of Kaycee, Wyoming. There are 700± acres of alfalfa and alfalfa/grass hay meadows with two center pivots irrigating 259± acres and 440± acres flood-irrigated with water from the Sahara and Sussex Ditches. Owner-rated at 150 cow/calf pairs year-round, the ranch has an excellent set of improvements that feature a home, guest cabin, shop, equipment shed, calving barn and pipe corrals with working tub. Powder River and Four Mile Creek provide abundant, year-round live water.  There is outstanding habitat for wildlife, including elk, deer, antelope, waterfowl, pheasant, wild turkey and other upland game birds. $2,050,000. Cory Clark, Mark McNamee or

Yellowstone River Ranch

Denver Gilbert, 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 $1,490,000. Denver Gilbert, 406 697-3961 or Cory Clark, 307 334-2025.

Cory Clark, Broker Mark McNamee, Associate Broker Denver Gilbert, Associate Broker

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Moody Park Ranch Colorado v Larimer County Fort Collins/Loveland


This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a very private retreat in desirable northern Colorado. The spectacular 160 acres are comprised of incredible landscape featuring timbered pine and cedar trees, lush rolling grassy meadows, several aspen groves, many moss rock outcroppings, a pond and year-round creek. The North Fork of Fish Creek runs through the entire east-west length of the property. The property also borders the Roosevelt National Forest on the south and west ends. The southwest area also features a very private 63' by 32' picnic shelter with a river rock fireplace and a self-contained outhouse. This shelter would make a great hunt camp, family reunion site, company picnic area, etc. Fish creek is 100± feet from the shelter. Depending on the season, you will see bear, mountain lion, elk, moose, deer, moose, fox, wild turkey, owls, coyote and any number of smaller critters. You can watch eagles defend their territory from red-tailed hawks. The fully self-contained

home/cabin built in 2001 has been finished with many professional and personal touches and has three beds plus a loft, two baths, a mud room, loft, large deck with incredible views, two-car garage, heated workshop and hardwood flooring throughout. The kitchen has granite countertops, beetle kill cabinets, tile backsplash and views of the meadows and national forest. This package of 160 acres and a beautiful cabin provides enormous opportunities for ranching, hunting and all kinds of recreational opportunities while still only 40 minutes from town. $1,650,000.


This rare, irrigated 12-acre property with a pond lies only five minutes from the very active, popular and

Richards Lake

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

Colorado v Larimer Co. v Fort Collins

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 makes 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, threebedroom guest studio featuring a granite kitchen and amazing views of the Front Range Mountains from the large private deck. The custom drive-through barn/shop/studio is fully insulated, dry walled and has overhead radiant heat and a private bath. Additional lean-tos and equipment storage are on the property. The property is fully fenced and has a custom security gate with call function to the home for guests and deliveries. This is a true stand-alone “estate.” $1,275,000.


These 35 spectacular, lush/irrigated acres with a custom-built home are only 15 minutes from Colorado State University and the charm of the historic Old Town District of Fort Collins, a thriving college town voted “America’s Best” by Money magazine. 38 shares of water are included for easy and often irrigating of the level and lush grass hay pastures. The attractive and modern barn (64' by 40') with 9-foot overhang is connected to large turn-outs that are also easily irrigated. The barn is equipped with power and water, and much of the floor is covered with rubber matting. A creek that meanders through the property attracts ducks and other waterfowl. You have private access to Douglas Reservoir for fishing. The 5,800-square-

Shamrock Ranch Colorado v Larimer Co. v Fort Collins

foot custom home was built with only high-grade materials and high-end finishes. The mountain views from any spot on the property are breathtaking. Farm equipment and a fully transferrable voting membership to the Fort Collins Country Club are available. Visit $975,000.


True Colorado mountain home feel like none other. 35 acres are within 10 minutes to town on all-paved roads. This original owner/

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

architect-designed home was built with only the finest quality materials and craftsmanship and features a “Montana Timber Structural Log”

Dave Trujillo, Partner 970 222-0340


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Carter Lake Colorado v Larimer County v Loveland

and “ICF” construction. The private and serene setting and amazing views from the home and outdoor living areas are incredible. Fishing and boating at Carter Lake is just two minutes from

your doorstep! Other lakes and recreation areas are close by. Bring your horses! $800,000.

Glade Park Escape


Colorado v Mesa County v Glade Park

These 1,469± pristine mountain acres feature high mountain meadows, upland grazing, springs, ponds, creeks, canyons, mesa benches, pinyon pine, cedars, oaks, aspen and pine forest. There are two parcels; 360± acres with fully renovated mountain cabin, trout pond, privacy and views, and 1,109± acres approximately a mile from the first parcel. Enjoy trophy elk hunting in Unit 40, along with mule deer, bear and excellent turkey! Bordering national forest, the property is traversed by Little Dolores River and Haypress Creek and features varied topography with elevations from 7,500 to 8,500 feet. This very picturesque property has amazing character. Call Brian today. $6,000,000.

Sweetly Nestled in Harts Basin Ranch Colorado v Delta County v Eckert


Paradise and privacy: that is how you will come to view this incredible ranch! These 1,871± acres south of Cedaredge are 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 year-round live water. Complete with ranch manager's home, working pens, calving barn and shop, the ranch has excellent development potential and end-of-the-road privacy. $4,950,000. Call Brian for more details!

Unique Glade Park Acreage Colorado v Mesa County v Glade Park


This 1,677±-acre end-of-the-road property lies on Pinyon Mesa/Glade Park. A very private and beautiful lower-elevation ranch just 25 miles southwest of Grand Junction, the land offers an adequate setup for a small livestock operation. Set in Hunt Unit 40, known for trophy elk, mule deer, bear and excellent turkey hunting, the property has a diverse mixture of mesa benches, irrigated meadows and pastures, sagebrush, pinyons, cedars, oaks, mountain shrubbery and views in all directions! This acreage has year-round access, utilities and 75± acres irrigated and in hay, pasture and meadows, providing great habitat for wildlife. Deeded land is encompassed by thousands of acres of BLM land. The property is encumbered with conservation easements. Call Brian today! $1,995,000.

Hidden Lakes Colorado v Delta County v Delta


Enjoy all the amenities of a mountain ranch, including mountain meadows, upland grazing,

Brian Mason

springs, canyons, pinyons, cedars and a small percentage of aspen and spruce. Bordering BLM

263 Main Street • Delta, CO 81416

land and Uncompahgre National Forest and set in Hunt Unit 62, these 592± acres offers numerous

970 234-3167 cell 970 874-9968 office

lakes, ponds and excellent water rights for irrigating many meadows and pastures—talk about a recreational haven! Enjoy a newer, cozy cabin. Call Brian today! $2,195,000. Volume 40 Farm&Ranch West



This is a rare combination of 116 acres, more than a mile of Elk River and ski area views just 10 min to Steamboat Springs and 15 minutes to the airport! One mile north of Highway 40 means convenience to town, but considerable privacy. There are three-quarters of a mile of main channel plus a third mile of secondary channel and half

Exclusive River Ranch

a mile of the West Fork of Elk River. Smaller parcels are available. $4,249,000. Christy Belton,

Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

970 734-7885,

Elk River Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


Just four miles from Steamboat Springs along the banks of the Elk River, you’ll find 110 acres of angling heaven! Originally part of a larger area ranch, this parcel is ideally located at the gateway to the Elk River Valley and only steps from the Routt National Forest. The nearly mile-long stretch of the Elk River has been transformed by an extensive river project, successfully stabilizing stream banks and creating superior fish habitat. The ranch on the opposite side of the river has been placed into conservation, resulting in a remarkably private getaway just beyond the city limits! The seller will consider smaller parcels. This is a special opportunity to own a first-rate recreation ranch so close to a world-class ski resort. $3,750,000.


Priced to sell, this property lies within 15 miles of one of the top ski resorts in the country! A beautiful 4,700-square-foot home and huge equipment shop/barn lie on 108 secluded

Bank Owned and Near Skiing! Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

acres. 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

10 Minutes to Ski Area

Western hospitality and agricultural heritage.

Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

Price reduced to $1,250,000.

Steamboat Realty

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

970 734-7885


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Only 10 miles from the slopes, this 747-acre historic ranch is a private valley with an end-of-the-road locale. The improvements, some dating back nearly 100 years, are at the south entrance, 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 $1,900,000.

Lazy H Ranch Utah v Morgan County v Morgan

Fishlake Preserve Utah v Sevier County v Salina


This private block of 2,150 acres is surrounded on three sides by the Fishlake National Forest. This mountain retreat is an ideal hunting property/family getaway. It lies behind a private


This remarkable 5,000-acre private hunting ranch is accessible year-round within an hour gate and is easily accessed off of Interstate 70, from Salt Lake City. Rest comfortably in a 6,800-square-foot, eight-bedroom, 10-bath European just 20 miles east of Salina. You can access the hunting lodge with a large trophy/gathering room. Adjacent to the lodge, a 6,000-square-

ranch by vehicle May through November and

foot, six-bay garage has an upstairs bunkhouse. Around the lodge and garage, the incredible

by snowmobile during the winter months. The

mountain landscaping includes two stone Argentine decks, horse pastures, a meandering ranch consists of a wide canyon that opens stream and a stocked fishing pond. Walk out the front door and fly-fish the blue-ribbon fishery up to several smaller canyons. Throughout East Canyon Creek. Take an ATV ride up the hill and hunt moose, elk, mule deer, mountain

the ranch you will find grassy meadow areas

lion, bobcat, turkey, grouse or chukar. The ranch will be in its own Utah Deer CWMU starting surrounded by pines and aspens—ideal for a in the fall of 2011, providing extended-season, transferable buck tags to the owner. "Any bull"

cabin site. The area is known for abundant

elk tags can be purchased early in the season over-the-counter. Owner/Broker. $17,000,000.

wildlife, including elk and deer. $2,995,000.


Whether you are a sportsman or a hobby rancher, you can do it all here on this 1,920-acre ranch. If you are looking for recreation, great hiking is just around the corner at several southern Utah national parks and monuments. Much of the property is fenced and has historically been used for grazing. Several springs and ponds in the area provide water for livestock and wildlife. Much of the terrain is flat and usable. The vegetation varies from rolling sage brush hills to steep cedar-

Dog Valley Ranch

covered slopes to small groves of aspens. Deer, elk, cougar, coyote and sage hens can all be found

Utah v Garfield County v Panguitch

on the property or in the area. $1,152,000.


There are fly-fishing rivers and streams in Utah that get a lot of attention and then there is the Strawberry River. This 40-acre property

Intermountain Realty Group

offers an incredible getaway to one of the most pristine areas in the western United States. A buyer will access this private riverfront property

Floyd Hatch, Dave Hatch, and Tim Hatch 801 277-0800

a mile and a half past a locked gate shared by seven other property owners. Excellent cabin sites lie near the river. Brown and Cutthroat trout up to 22 inches in length can be caught in nearly every hole. Additional game on or near the property include elk, mule deer, black bear, turkey, ruffed and blue grouse and waterfowl. Owner/Broker. $400,000.

Strawberry River

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Little Jennie Ranch Wyoming v Sublette County v Bondurant


Reflecting the rich heritage of the American West, the Little Jennie Ranch, a short drive south of Jackson Hole, represents a rare opportunity to own one of Wyoming’s most beautiful and secluded private working ranches. Located in the foothills of the Gros Ventre Mountain Range, this 3,016-acre ranch is surrounded and protected by Teton National Forest and three magnificent mountain ranges with miles of trout streams and vast rolling meadows punctuated by aspen and fir stands. In addition to 11 ranch cabins and two new barns is the main lodge, a 4,000-squarefoot, two-story log residence built by Jack Kranenberg, which typifies the Native American flavor of 1950’s Western décor. Contact Richard Lewis. Price upon request.

Spring Creek Ranch – A Sporting Paradise Wyoming v Sublette County v La Barge


An oasis in the Wyoming Mountain Range of western Wyoming, the Spring Creek Ranch, with its more than 917 amazingly beautiful acres, provides an exceptional opportunity for the true lover of wildlife and private fishing and hunting. Lush river bottom and verdant meadows are surrounded by high peaks teeming with large game animals. Originally homesteaded in the late 1800s, the ranch straddles more than three miles of trout-rich LaBarge Creek, a tributary of the fabled Green River. The ranch headquarters, sitting at the base of lovely aspen and pine-covered mountains, overlooks




Darren Kleiman. $4,995,000.


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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.

Windermere Real Estate, East 700 112th Ave. NE Bellevue, WA 98004

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Own the heart of the Wood River Valley. These 3,600 acres feature top gains on 6,000± yearling cattle, free water for gravity-flow irrigated pastures, old decreed water rights, over one and a half miles of Wood River for trophy German brown and redband trout and a handcrafted private lake. There are four homes, a huge shop with apartment, an indoor arena, a historic barn and schoolhouse, state-of-the-art cattle-handling facility and a Northwest Cutting Horse show business. This is

Historic Wood River Valley Ranch Oregon v Klamath County v Ft. Klamath

all set at the base of Crater Lake National Park and the beautiful Cascade Mountain Wilderness. Enjoy beauty and production at its best. Buy all or separate offerings available. $19,500,000.

Owning it All Oregon v Klamath County v Sprague River

Horse Heaven Oregon v Klamath County v Modoc Point


These 70 productive acres feature a bass pond, 1864 water rights claim, gravity and sprinkler irrigation, an indoor arena (240' by 72'), roping


The Sprague River runs through this private, historic, 3,080-acre ranch. Enjoy fishing, waterfowl, antelope, deer and elk plus upland game birds and birds of prey. Enjoy open meadows and pastures, a 890-acre water right claim, 1,400 acres of ponderosa pine forest, a lake and a pond. Build your dream home, hunt club, cattle ranch or family retreat on this diversified holding with views of Cascade Mountain, river and valley. Bordering national forest with easy access, this fenced and cross-fenced ranch has corrals for summer pasture cattle on strong native feed. This is a real value at $3,500,000!

and cutting arenas, a 12-stall barn with stock, veterinary lab and tack room, two hay barns, a shop and an extra hay/stall barn. Enjoy a Cascade-view setting from the 2,300-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bath home with two-car garage and mature landscaping. This recreational area lies near rivers, lakes and national forest. Owner/Broker. (MLS#77026) $960,000.

Wind Dancer Ranch


Oregon v Klamath County v Beatty

On Mill Creek drainage, just 10 minutes from river and mountain creek fishing, these 1,060 acres offer diversified recreation, timber and native pasturelands. Managed stands of ponderosa

Linda Long 541 891-5562 cell 3550 Highway 97 North Chiloquin, OR 97625


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pine offer excellent habitat for deer, elk, antelope and upland game birds. Extensive trails offer

exciting horseback riding, ATV and snowmobile adventures on the ranch and the bordering national forest lands. Enjoy a spring-fed pond with fish. Sub-irrigated meadows give summer pasture for around 100 head depending on the year. Maintained county road access ends at ranch. There is a nice two-bedroom, two-bath country home with attached garage and a newer Butler building for your RV and equipment. Own a private retreat for $985,000!

Bicknell Bottoms, Utah Utah v Wayne County v Bicknell Bottoms


The Fremont River in southern Utah flows through this 80-acre property at 7,000-foot elevation. Offering meadows along the river and red sandstone cliffs in the background, this land has some of the best fishing and duck hunting in Utah. $480,000.

Boulder, Utah Meadow Utah v Garfield County v Boulder


This is one of the few parcels of private land in an area near Grand Staircase National Monument

Cathy Bagley

and Capitol Reef National Park. In the tiny community of Boulder, in the high desert of southern

P.O. Box 750009 • Torrey, UT 84775

Utah, these 39 very pretty acres have excellent pasture, tree-covered knolls and an outstanding water right. $420,000.

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Deer Creek Ranch Wyoming v Carbon County v Saratoga

In one of Wyoming’s premier mountain valley communities, Deer Creek Ranch consists of 1,348± deeded acres. It lies at the foot of Pennock Mountain and is surrounded by a Wildlife Habitat Management area and state and BLM lands. This ranch has end-of-the-road privacy and incredible views of the Snowy Range Mountains, which are part of the Medicine Bow National Forest. This area is rich in wildlife and large game herds, including elk, deer and antelope. Two miles of Deer Creek flow through the property from its headwaters in the Snowy Range. Lazily flowing through dense aspen and willow groves, Deer Creek meanders past ranch buildings and open meadows. Several beaver ponds lie on the west side of the property. The ranch has 6.54 CFS of water rights dating back to 1897 and currently irrigates 205 acres in native grass hay. Improvements consist of a 3,500-square-foot, two-story log home, completely remodeled in 1996, with two separate and very charming, fully furnished log cabins, a traditional loft-style horse barn with tack room, hay barn, workshop and tractor shed—all in excellent condition and surrounded by mature trees. Due to its strategic location and significant habitat for wildlife, the ranch is protected with a conservation easement, preserving its “open space” value. Just eight miles to the entrance of Saratoga’s prestigious “members only” Old Baldy Club, this private, well-kept ranch offers everything in a wonderful location.

Will Speer 318 N. 1st Street • Saratoga, WY 82331

307 326-5760


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Sage Hill Ranch


Washington v Douglas County

Sage Hill consists of 1,236 acres in the heart of central Washington and is located near attractions and conveniences such as Lake Chelan, Grand Coulee Dam, Sun Lakes, Banks Lake and several artisanal wineries. Near the geographic center of the state, Sage Hill Ranch is a comfortable drive from Seattle, Spokane or from any one of the area’s local airports. An ideal recreational base, the area offers wine tasting, golf, swimming, boating, hunting and fishing to name a few. A beautiful spring-fed 2-acre lake is located in the northeast portion of the property and the shrub-steppe landscape is a perfect habitat for many animal species and varieties of vegetation. The pleasant landscape offers incredible views of the lake, valley and the Cascade Mountains. Opportunities for the property are broad reaching and nearly endless—from viticulture to renewable energy to hunting. Property is offered at $1,000 per acre. Smaller parcels and seller financing are available. Call for maps.


Troy Dana 225 108th Ave. NE, Suite 550 Bellvue, WA 98004

425 974-4000 •

Coeur d’Alene Waterfront Ranch Idaho v Kootenai County v Coeur d’Alene

Cheri Hiatt, Realtor ID & WA

Sprawled along a gorgeous stretch of Lake Coeur d’Alene, this masterpiece ranch captures the

200 Main Street, Sandpoint, ID 83864

spirit of luxury with the sacredness of nature. On 34 fenced acres and 800 feet of shoreline,

208 265-6411 office 208 290-3719 cell 800 282-6880 toll free


the 9,736-square-foot main and 1,550-square-foot guest homes with gated entrances are just 20 minutes from downtown Coeur d’Alene and five minutes from the private Gozzer Ranch Golf & Lake Club. Within a scenic drive to Spokane, this ranch offers easy access to the four-season enjoyment of the surrounding area. Visit Volume 40 Farm&Ranch West


P Roger Story DRE# 00360818

Eric Jans DRE# 01351311

7485 N. Palm Ave., #110 Fresno, CA 93711

559 221-1271

Paradise Springs Californiav vMadera MaderaCounty Co. v v Oakhurst California City???

Tent Mountain Ranch Nevada v Elko County Deeth/StarrValley

Paradise Springs is a 100±-acre, private, secluded retreat in the Sierra National Forest. It lies among beautiful pine trees with an elevation of 5,200'±. The property is located above Oakhurst and Bass Lake, California. This upscale development has been primarily utilized for exclusive weddings, anniversaries and business meeting retreats. This truly breathtaking property features cascading waterfalls and quality construction with facilities to accommodate large groups and events. The abundant water supply from deep wells is a huge factor of valuation. Property is highly under utilized and is a great opportunity.


In the ranching community of Starr Valley, this 3,425-deeded-acre working cattle/guest ranch is bordered by five miles of national forest. Four year-round creeks water the pastures. The headquarters features a 5,000+-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-bath ranch house, a horse barn with shop and walk-in cooler, hay barn,

Bottari Realty, Inc.

equipment storage and a three-bedroom, twobath doublewide. The ranch has a cabin, water

Paul Bottari, Broker

well and view-acreage development potential.

P.O. Box 368 • Wells, NV 89835

Dividing and terms considered. $4,500,000.

775 752-3040


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Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC

Scott Franklund

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

303 440-4999 Owl’s Nest Estate - Boulder County, CO Among the finest land/home collections ever offered, this estate offers an unrivaled combination of privacy, views & eco-conscious luxury living. The 10,600 sq. ft. home sits on 2.45 acres amidst countyprotected Open Space. Property equipped with the highest green built innovations including Five Star rated windows, solar voltaic roof panels, high efficiency heaters, fixtures, plumbing & electrical systems. $3,495,000 Autumn Hill Equestrian Farm – Boulder, CO 97 acre Equestrian Farm nestled in the foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Modern structures including 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. Price drastically reduced. Was $9,850,000 NOW $3,900,000 Shadow Creek Ranch Homesite – Silverthorne, CO Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase an amazing lot at a drastically reduced price. Valued at $2.65 mil, this homesite is now offered at $1,000,000! Picture your dream, custom-built home along the pristine meadows, ridges, streams and ponds of Shadow Creek Ranch, the quintessential Colorado mountain ranch. Caribou Springs Ranch, Boulder County, CO Historic Caribou Land & Cattle Co. offering 550 deeded acres. Historic water rights, extensive hay production, corporate compound/family retreat, vested county rights for equestrian facilities, helicopter pad, and equine event center. Sale includes 3 building sites, 2 luxury homes and 2 caretakers homes. Property gated with community pool and clubhouse. $12,800,000


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WYOMING SUNRISE RANCH—Niobrara Co, WY: 2,748±-deeded-acre farm/ranch unit. 355 irrigated acres under 3 center pivots. Owner financing available. Reduced to $1,550,000. CHARTER RANCH—Yellowstone County, MT: Historic cattle ranch 5 miles N. of Billings. 7,148.53± deeded acres and 320 acres of BLM lease. 11 miles of highway and county road frontage. Over 20,000 feet of waterlines. $7,148,530 FAGAN FARM—Fremont County, WY: Highly productive, 983± deeded acres. 573.46 irrigated acres with 349 pivot-irrigated acres in alfalfa, 224.6 acres irrigated with gated pipe planted to corn and alfalfa. Excellent set of improvements. $1,790,000

Mason Real Estate, Inc. Brian Mason

970 234-3167 cell

Montrose – Recreational Paradise! Very private & secluded 720± acres bordering several thousand acres of BLM lands. Excellent elk, deer and bear hunting in Unit 62! Numerous recreational opportunities. Gorgeous year-round creek borders the 720± acres to the east on BLM. Numerous springs and ponds, some suitable for fish. Small hunting cabin. Only 20 minutes from Montrose, just off old Hwy 90. $1,495,000. www.

Windermere Real Estate / East Bellevue, WA Rondi Egenes •

206 953-1771 Lake Washington Waterfront, Medina WA: 130 ft. low-bank wfrt, .98 acre, 4BR/3.5BA. $8,500,000 Lake Washington Waterfront, Medina WA: 106 ft. low-bank wfrt, .80 acre, 3BR/3.5BA. $5,385,000 Lake Washington Waterfront, Bellevue WA: 3BR/3.25BA, 180° views, .27 acre. $3,925,000 Lake Washington Waterfront, Bellevue WA: 120 ft. of wfrt, .52 acre, one-of-a-kind, circa 1909. $3.26M Lake Washington Waterfront Condo, Kirkland WA: One Carillon Point. 4BR/3.5BA. Views. $5.15M Lake Washington Waterfront, Kirkland WA: 112 ft. of level wfrt, .39 acre, 5BR/4.5BA. $4,495,000

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877 207-9700 toll free COLORADO Gunnison, Colorado - Blue Mesa Ranch 315 acres / Gunnison County Blue Mesa Reservoir, BML Lands, National Forest, Wilderness Areas, Custom Homes. $6,000,000 Westcliffe, CO - Bear Ridge Ranch 202 acres / Custer County Incredibly diverse and beautiful landscape including evergreen forests, aspen groves, and open meadows. Situated w/end-of-the-road privacy, the ranch shares a boundary with National Forest. $3,200,000 Delta, Colorado - Campbell Ranch 2,356 acres / Delta County Diverse working cattle ranch with irrigated pasture & dryland grazing. The high country consists of dense forests of ponderosa, spruce & aspen. Excellent water rights accompany this ranch. $4,000,000 Carbondale, Colorado - Cedar Ridge Ranch 102 acres / Garfield County A luxurious mountain retreat in the heart of the Roaring Fork Valley. Ranch improvements include a 20–stall barn with indoor arena, paddocks, 2 outdoor arenas and water rights. $8,450,000 Evergreen, Colorado - Centaur Mountain Ranch 455 acres / Jefferson County Nestled in the foothills west of Denver, at an elevation of 7,200 feet. Ponderosa pine forests and aspen laden hillsides interspersed with grass hay meadows are excellent elk and deer habitat. $11,995,000 Dolores, Colorado - Colbert Ranch 171 acres / Montezuma County An exceptional equestrian facility located 65 miles from Telluride, designed as a breeding and training facility for performance horses. $2,995,000 Nathrop, Colorado - Deer Valley Guest Ranch 132 acres / Chaffee County Deer Valley Guest Ranch Valley is one of the longest running and most successful “dude and guest” ranches in the western United States. Chalk Creek runs through a portion of the ranch and there is a 7-acre pond, both providing excellent fishing. $8,750,000 Paonia, Colorado - Elk Vista Ranch 109 acres / Delta County Set high on a mesa, commanding spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains and the Grand Mesa, the ranch features a  three-bedroom home. End-of-theroad privacy with direct access in National Forest. $1,000,000 Pueblo, Colorado - Hatchet Hills Ranch 225 acres / Pueblo County Lying along Greenhorn Creek together with great mountain views, an desirable climate, irrigation rights and substantial income from the grazing operations. This property offers all that one seeks in a Colorado ranch. $1,750,000


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Gardner, Colorado - Higby-Mosca Ranch 5,791 acres / Huerfano County The ranch is comprised of three very diverse, parcels. Higby, which is the headquarters parcel, Mosca is a mountain parcel & the Cottonsack parcel. $9,950,000 Contact 877 207-9700 for more information. Somerset, Colorado - Historic Colorado Ranch 90 acres / Gunnison County This Historic Colorado ranch is the perfect escape from the demands of daily life. An updated ranch house with breathtaking views in all directions. Contact 877 207-9700 for more information. Lake City, CO - Jewel of the San Juan Mountains 30 acres / Hinsdale County Two private fly-fishing streams meander through the fenced, irrigated land and settle into the dance of a mountain stream as it carries its sounds past the magnificent 5,500 square foot home. $4,275,000 Paonia, Colorado - Lazy H Ranch 4,029 acres / Delta County Perfectly situated between 1.5 miles of the North Fork of the Gunnison River and nine miles of National Forest/BLM border, this ranch is a wildlife enthusiast and hunter’s paradise. $8,000,000 Paonia, Colorado - 1374 Hunting Ranch 1374 acres / Gunnison County One of the most prolific hunting areas in Western Colorado, the property shares a border with BLM. The physical attributes of the land, and the four springs give characteristics to make this an excellent habitat for wildlife. $2,250,000 Contact 877 207-9700 for more information. Boulder, Colorado - Middle Fork Ranch 303 acres / Boulder County Historic main residence, guesthouse, manager’s house and wood frame barn that has seven stalls, tack room, grain and hay storage. $4,200,000 Sweetwater, Colorado - Mills Ranch 372 acres / Garfield County The gently undulating terrain, the tree cover creates a number of private and secluded places within the ranch, making it a haven for wildlife as they go in and out of the million plus acres of national forest just up at the end of the road. $2,900,000 Pueblo, Colorado - Mountain View Ranch 245 acres / Pueblo County Beautiful mountain views surround this horseman’s ranch on 3 sides. Southwestern-style, 1-story home & a 2-story horse barn w/apartment. $629,000 Ridgway, Colorado - OXO Ranch 356 acres / Ouray County With a number of perfect home sites, this raw land is ready to be shaped into a mountain paradise. Panoramic views of the San Juan & Cimarron Mountain Ranges make this property a real gem. $5,500,000 Somerset, Colorado - Pomotawh Ranch 194 acres / Gunnison County The ranch consists of irrigated meadow, pasture and wooded hillsides and trout fishing along the 1.5 miles of Anthracite Creek that flows through. Saguache, Colorado - Pruyser Ranch 643 acres / Saguache County This is a well maintained farm / ranch that shows “pride of ownership” and which can be run as a cattle and hay operation as it is currently or, it can potentially be a hay operation only. $799,000

Bethoud, Colorado - Sanctuary Ridge Ranch 105 acres / Larimer County It can be developed to be an exclusive rural sanctuary restricted to a limited number of home sites, or it would make a spectacular trophy residence and private ranch. $1,260,000 Silverthorne, Colorado - Shadow Creek Ranch 70 acre lots / Summit County An innovative, master-planned, working ranch community. A possible retreat for 22 owners and their families. This property has lots available from $1,600,000. Lake City, Colorado - Sherman Acreage 30 acre lots / Hinsdale County A three acre and nearly four-acre parcel located near the Lake Fork of the Gunnison River. Surveyed and platted with no covenants. $219,000 Bayfield, CO - Silver Streams Lodge & Cabins 23 acres / La Plata County The property has a beautiful pond that the lodge deck overlooks and there is a year-round creek that flanks several of the cabins. $2,590,000 Bellvue, Colorado - Spring Valley Retreat 150 acres / Larimer County Amazingly verdant and peaceful mountain retreat complete with improvements including a 3,400 square foot home with many custom features, a cabin and storage building. $849,000 Byers, Colorado - Sunny Valley Angus Ranch 5,260 acres / Arapahoe County Bisected by West Bijou Creek, this diversified farm and ranch operation features 218± irrigated acres and 198 acres of dryland farm ground with the balance in dryland pasture and grassland. $5,000,000 Elbert, Colorado - Sunset Ridge Ranch 220 acres / El Paso County Private tree-covered property, spectacular mountain views, sunsets, and an ecologically diverse environment. Improvements include a spectacular 4,900-square-foot custom home. $2,500,000 Almont, Colorado - Taylor River Homestead Lot / Gunnison County A rare homestead is being offered in the Crystal Creek Ranch, a shared amenity property w/onsite caretaker providing a wide variety of service. $3,950,000 Hesperus, Colorado - Wild Water Ranch 1,800 acres / La Plata County The ranch is an ideal retreat for someone interested in ultimate solitude, privacy and the ability to enjoy the rewards of ranching in southern Colorado. $5,500,000 Dotsero, Colorado - Wilderness Ranch 2,300 acres / Garfield County 2300 pristine acres with expansive, top-of-the-world views, surrounded by National Forest and BLM lands, bordering the Flat Tops Wilderness Area. The northern border of the ranch is the spectacular Deep Creek Canyon. $9,950,000 Dotsero, Colorado - Windance Ranch 905 acres / Garfield County This sizeable pristine ranch is located close to the resort towns of Vail and Beaver Creek and borders the expansive White River National Forest and Flat Tops Wilderness. $10,500,000

Bayfield, CO - Wits End Guest Ranch & Resort 66 acres / La Plata County The focal point of the ranch is the “Old Lodge At The Lake,” a renovated 133-year old barn that houses a classic, “Western elegant” tavern and restaurant with a seating capacity of about 150. $8,950,000 Seibert, Colorado - CRP Farm Land 315 acres / Kit Carson County Excellent income producing farm in eastern Colorado. The farm is in CRP which requires no maintenance with the option of returning it to crop production in 2016. $200,194 NEBRASKA

Skull Valley, Arizona - Summer Creek Ranch 12 acres / Yavapai County The ranch is the perfect recreation residence and equestrian facility. Private, well-irrigated fenced pastureland that gently slopes into a hillside for outstanding views. $2,200,000 Skull Valley, Arizona - Rancho Diamante 1,700 acres / Yavapai County An incomparable opportunity to own one of the most pristine ranches in all of Arizona. Surrounded by 1.25 million acres of National Forest. $8,500,000 NEW MEXICO

Kimball, Nebraska - Lodge Pole Creek Farm 895.26 / Kimball County Six irrigated center pivots, good soil conditions and is capable of producing a variety of crops. $1,925,000 Gothenburg, NE - Gothenburg Hunting Land 300 acres / Lincoln County The property has an abundance of wildlife including trophy class whitetail deer, turkey, geese, ducks and other birds and small game common to the area. The cottonwood trees, willows and cedars offer excellent habitat for wildlife along w/ the adjoining alfalfa field. Gordon, Nebraska - Nebraska Irrigated Farm 2,806 acres / Sheridan County Crops include sugar beets, potatoes, beans, corn and wheat. The ranch features a recently remodeled home, shop, grain storage and excellent hunting. $6,500,000

Silver City, New Mexico - Silver Bear Ranches 240 - 322 acres / Grant County Amidst the unparalleled beauty of wondrous New Mexico high country, you can buy into the ranch ownership and own at least 240 acres of deeded property at Silver Bear Ranch, a 7,000 acre working cattle ranch, and become one of eleven owners. $900,000 to $945,000 Silver City, New Mexico - Spotted Elk Ranch 216 acres / Grant County The home is located on a gently sloping hill facing the 11,000 foot peaks of the 3,300,000 acre Gila Wilderness in southwestern New Mexico. $1,900,000 Silver City, New Mexico - Two Bears Ranch 290 acres / Grant County Sited in a high valley on the northern border of the ranch on the southern edge of “YL” Canyon with incredible views of the 11,000 foot peaks of the 3,300,000 acre Gila Wilderness. $1,700,000



Albany, WY - Albany Lodge 2.25 acres / Albany County A tremendous ongoing mountain recreation business with quality improvements and excellent location in the Snowy Range Mountains. The business caters to the motor sports enthusiasts and has an excellent and very profitable track record. $2,700,000 Pine Bluffs, Wyoming - Diamond K Ranch 1,600 acres / Laramie County This is a productive cattle and hay ranch located 35 miles east of Cheyenne, Wyoming. The quality improvements include 2 homes, a hunting cabin, and outbuildings. $2,250,000 Cheyenne, Wyoming - Threemile Creek Ranch 1,720 acres / Laramie County Threemile Creek which winds its way through portions of the ranch, along with several springs, creates some lush, sub-irrigated, meadows which provide an abundance of grazing and drinking water for wildlife and cattle. $1,050,000

Garden Valley, Idaho - Wandering Star Ranch 47 acres / Boise County Excellent views of the Middle Fork River and the surrounding mountains can be seen from every room of the 4,600 square foot custom designed twolevel home. The barn includes three stalls, tack room, storage and guest/caretaker’s quarters. $1,800,000

KANSAS Goodland, Kansas - Brewster Farm 4,960 acres / Sherman County Comprising some of the finest dry cropland in western Kansas with excellent soils producing high value crops including corn, wheat, milo, sunflowers and others. $6,300,000 Douglass, Kansas - Rock Creek Ranch 7,870 acres / Butler & Cowley Counties The ranch has extensive improvements for cattle handling, feed storage and employee housing. In additional offers excellent recreational considerations involving hunting, fishing and lodging. $11,500,000 OREGON John Day, Oregon - Mathisen Ranch 12,221 acres / Grant County The ranch has an exquisite main home, 3 additional residences, an exceptional equine setup as well as a 3,600 foot airstrip. $14,000,000 Bend, Oregon – Ochoco Valley Ranch 9,000 acres / Crook County A cattle, horse, hunting ranch, one hour from Bend, OR and a jet-capable airport. Approximately 400 acres of Ponderosa Pine forest.  Horse facilities include a top quality arena-barn. $8,500,000 MONTANA Powderville, Montana - Crow Creek Ranch 17,386 acres / Powder River County 17,386± total acres, of which 8,749± are deeded. The balance is BLM and state leases. A total of 880± acres are irrigated hay ground. $6,950,000 SOUTH DAKOTA Provo, South Dakota - LeBar Ranch 6,280 acres / Fall River County A modest home, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, along with a set of corrals and a few minor outbuildings provide the primary improvements for the operation. $1,950,000

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ARIZONA Sonita, Arizona - Arizona Horse Ranch 30 acres / Santa Cruz County Located between the Sonoita Plain and Santa Rita Mountains with a small intermittent creek. Custom 4700 square foot home, tack and storage room, shop, livestock corrals. $1,025,000 Volume 40 Farm&Ranch West


HomeLand Properties Andy Flack

800 246-2500 936 295-2500 Over 200 Tracts in Southeast Texas – From 1 acre to 14,500 acres. Featured: All or Divide 14,200 Acres near Corrigan, Texas. Paved highway frontages, managed timberland, sharply rolling terrain, over 30 lakes & ponds, modest home, excellent road system.  Excellent hunting, views and vistas, excellent drainage. $1,555 to $1,625/acre. Details on website.

Legacy Lands, LLC Gwen Wagner

406 222-7963 DEEP CREEK BENCH Livingston, Montana Located in the heart of Paradise Valley, a split entry ranch home on 9± acres. 4 bedrooms, 2.75 baths, plus family room and large deck with spectacular views of the Absaroka Mountains and the Pine Creek drainage. Combination barn/shop and a garden shed. Fenced and cross-fenced. Conveniently located near FS trails, Livingston, Chico Hot Springs, and Yellowstone National Park. $450,000 YELLOWSTONE RIVER LODGE Livingston, Montana Yellowstone River Frontage, “Montana” log home & 20± acres. “View-shed” privacy from patio/deck and large master suite. Separate one bdrm/+loft guesthouse with 2 stall garage and a heated 2-stall horse barn. Easy private access to Yellowstone River for bank-fishing, boat launch or take-out. Magnificent views of river & mountains. Own a great stretch of river in the highly prized Paradise Valley and enjoy year-round Montana living, vacation rental investment, or multi-family shared purchase. Convenient location. $1,800,000 BLACK ELK ON THE BOULDER RIVER McLeod, Montana 1/3+ miles of renowned Boulder River frontage on 14± acres. Beautiful setting for group purchase or the individual seeking privacy in a world-class fishing location. Borders U.S. Forest Service & near wilderness area, and trailheads. Spectacular views. Dwellings include; large log lodge, a guesthouse and 2 restored historic cabins.  Oversized garage/shop, new storage building, and 4-stall custom barn/ office/exercise room. Rare offering. $3,300,000 RAY CREEK HOMESTEAD Broadwater County, Townsend, Montana Unique 980± acres with panoramic views & limitless recreational opportunities.  Great hunting potential as ranchland hosts a variety of big game, upland game birds and turkey. Year-round live water, 5 miles of shared U.S. FS boundary, near Canyon Ferry Lake and Missouri River, known for their exceptional walleye and trout fishing. Original 1900s homestead site. Opportunity to build “off the grid” with privacy, convenience and beauty. No covenants. $1,100,000


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970 535-0881 • Ron Morris 970 927-3850 • Billy Long Aldrich Mountain 640 - Grant County, OR 640 acres atop Aldrich Mountain offer spectacular views. New 1,200 sq. ft. log cabin with wrap around deck, Tennessee Creek originates on property with seeps and springs throughout. Turn-key operation for family, guests or hunters. $950,000 Alpine Oaks, San Diego/Alpine, CA Exquisite 21-acre, gated, state-of-the-art equestrian facility/ranch in country paradise 30 minutes from San Diego with 6,000 sq. ft. mansion, manager’s home and opportunity to purchase 3 additional lots. $2,200,000 to $2,700,000 Apishapa River Canyon Ranch – Fowler, CO 13,000-acre cattle ranch situated along several canyons currently runs 250 to 300 pair, excellent cattle handling facilities, springs, seasonal ponds, wells, water from the Apishapa River & underground pipeline system. $3,700,000 Argyle Ranch - Pringle, SD 520 acres with 90% perimeter bordering NF 25 E. of Wyoming and one 1 hour from Rapid City. High water table, wells & development potential. $1,200,000 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 close to Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, and the Northern Colorado Front Range. Exceptional wildlife and hunting in a convenient location with two building sites and national forest access. $7,950,000. (Can be purchased with Elk Haven Ranch for $14,900,000.) Bristlecone Mountain Ranch – Guffey, CO 430-acre equestrian ranch with national forest on north boundary situated at base of Thirty-Nine Mile Mtn. with custom two-level main residence, guest Casita, mangers home, barns, arenas, ponds, wells, and more. $3,900,000 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 & 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 ft. elevation with beautiful modern Western-design home, 3 additional homes, outbuildings and access to national forest. $6,500,000 Cottonwood Springs Ranch – Durango, CO 540-acre luxury equestrian estate with masterpiece residence & managers 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 a beautiful Front Range setting. $1,400,000 Diamond K Ranch – Larkspur, CO 227 acre livestock operation near Black Forest, Pike’s Peak views, 2-story home, barns, cattle facilities, development potential. $2,950,000 Dumbell Ranch – Alcova, WY A great working ranch comprising 118,746 total acres with 10+ miles of the Sweetwater River, 5 reservoirs, Beulah Lake, territorial water rights, three homes, ranching headquarters, and more. $10,000,000 Eagle Ridge Ranch, Homestead 11 - Gunnison, CO Exquisite 5,000 sq. ft. home in premier 4,900-acre, high-country, shared-ranch community in Gunnison. Surrounded by NF and BLM land with year-round recreation. $2,850,000 El Caso Ranch - Quemado, NM 70,000 total acres (3,250 total acres) surrounded by Gila NF with income, development & recreational 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 with 2+ miles of NF close to Estes Park, Rocky Mountain National Park, and the Northern Colorado Front Range. Abundant wildlife and beautiful scenery in convenient location. $8,950,000 (Can be purchased with Blue Mountain Park Ranch for $14,900,000) 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. $2,150,000 Flat Tops Ranch - Kremmling, CO Part of shared-amenity Grand River Ranch. 680 acres with classic alpine terrain, seasonal creek, and exceptional views of Gore Ranch and Flat Tops Wilderness Area. $3,450,000 Four Mile Creek Ranch – Glenwood Springs, CO 1,135-acre lifestyle ranch fronting over 1 mile of Four Mile Creek surrounded by lush alpine landscape, main residence, guest homes, cabins, barns, equestrian facilities, wildlife, ample water rights. $19,500,000 Garfield Creek Ranch– New Castle, CO 1,800 acres 1.5 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 shared-amenity Grand River Ranch. 337 acres with three home-sites, mixed forest, spectacular mountain views. $2,600,000 Hanna Creek Ranch - Big Horn, WY 17-acre turn-key equestrian ranch surrounded by spectacular mountain views on eastern slope of Big Horn Mtns with 3,000+ sq. ft. ranch home, horse facilities with outdoor arena, barn with office, loafing sheds. $1,100,000 Hay Draw Ranch – Union Center, SD 2,240 acres, views in all directions, 3BR home, bunkhouse, 7-ac. lake & hay production $3,200,000

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High Meadows Ranch - Steamboat Springs, CO 196 ac. borders & surrounded by Routt NF, 1 mile of Morrison Creek, direct access to Sarvis Creek Wilderness, residence, guest cabins, two-story barn, arena, cooking pavilion in lush alpine wonderland. $3,900,000 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, development potential, valuable water rights, flood irrigated, agricultural lease in place. $2,700,000 Last Chance Ranch - Oak Creek, CO 307-acre secluded mountain ranch runs 100-125 cows with water rights, adjudicated water, 200 acres of hay meadow, log home, hunting cabins, barns, corrals, NF on three sides. $3,300,000 L Cross Ranch – La Garita, CO Impressive 6,200-deeded-acre ranch in La Garita foothills with grazing permits, abundant water, water rights, 4,000 sq. ft. residence, log home, managers home, horse barns & much more. $6,500,000 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 Lookout Mountain Ranch - Glenwood Springs, CO 894 acres overlooking entire Roaring Fork Valley. Development potential or trophy ranch. $8,940,000 Mesa Meadow Ranch - Kremmling, CO Part of Grand River Ranch, 835 acres, 3 homesites, creek, irrigated meadow, hay production capability. $2,200,000 Oak Meadows – Glenwood Springs, CO The highest lot, 5-acre parcel has spectacular views and borders private ranchland. $400,000 OW & Pitchfork Ranches, WY Two legendary ranches with some of the most beautiful western scenery anywhere. Combined, the ranches comprise over 64,000 acres. Included are two historic downtown Sheridan office buildings. $35,000,000 Pine Ridge Elk Ranch – Harrison, NE Turn-key commercial hunting ranch, 360° views, lodge/residence for guests, spring-fed fishing ponds, equipment/workshop, garage. $1,950,000 Powderhorn Wilderness Hideout Powderhorn, CO Private 4.77 acres, direct access to national forest with 360 degree views, two-level log home, barn, corrals, round pen. $750,000 Piney Peak Ranch – Kremmling, CO Part of shared-amenity Grand River Ranch. 441 acres with three home-sites, 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, .5 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 140-acre ranch within the well-known 10,400-acre Diamond Star Ranch community near Vail. Custom 9,000 sq. ft. home, guest home, caretaker’s home, pool and year-round recreation. $6,395,000 Ruby Lake Ranch – Alder, MT 8,871 total contiguous acres rich in natural resources with over three 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/ over 1.5 miles of both sides of the Colorado River 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 mountain views, several draws, seasonal reservoirs, spring, perimeter-fenced, year-round access. $1,460,000 Smith Creek Estate – Basalt, CO 35-acre mountain retreat, custom log home, wraparound deck overlooking trout pond, privacy, wildlife. $2,695,000 Smith Ranch on the Belle Fourche River Hulett, WY N. 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 and 1+ mile national forest boundary. Available in two parcels or entire ranch. $6,500,000 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. $12,000,000 or $6,000,000 for a 50% Interest. Sunnyside Ranch – Yampa, CO 954 acres between Vail & Steamboat Springs. Big game hunting, outdoor rec., develop. potential. $4,960,000 Tailwaters Ranch – Kremmling, CO Part of shared-amenity Grand River Ranch. 388 acres w/ 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, yearround 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-fence 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 6,500head feedlot & mill, irrigation, runs 1,500 pair. $15,950,000

The Chickering Company Ranches, Lakes, Rivers / Broker Terry Hundemer

530 265-5774 or 530 913-8095 CHARITY VALLEY Carson Pass, California Rare and untouched, this 160-acre parcel is completely surrounded by national forest and less than 1/4 mile from the Mokelumne Wilderness boundary. Located just over a mile to a paved road, yet you feel like you are hundreds of miles from civilization. One of the few private holdings in Charity Valley, this property offers a classic, small willow-lined trout stream meandering through pine and fir forests, and alpine meadows providing a clean canvas for creating your mountain retreat. Charity Valley is on the east side of the Sierra near Carson Pass, about 6 miles south of Hope Valley and 45 minutes from Lake Tahoe, in Alpine County. Asking $1,080,000

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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 Bear Mountain Ranch – Archuleta County, CO: Trophy home on forested ranch outside the tourist destination of Pagosa Springs. Includes Old West town. $8,250,000 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 no. 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 Mtns. Owner will sell lesser amounts. $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 Cherry Creek Ranch – Saguache County, CO: 6,000 acre cattle operation in southern Colorado’s famed San Luis Valley. $5,000,000 D Bar T Ranch – Rio Blanco County, CO: Located on the banks of the White River with an impressive home, several irrigated meadows and BLM access. $2,500,000 Gateway to the Sangres Ranch – Custer Co., CO: Near Westcliffe, a 960±-acre ranch with flat grazing land & steep forested mountains. $1,250,000 James Farm, Rio Grande County, CO: Productive alfalfa operation with excellent priority water right in San Luis Valley. $1,750,00 J Bar J Ranch, Carbon County, WY: 160± acre end-ofthe-road retreat. Features a stream and private trout lake. 3 cabins in a park-like setting. $1,500,000 Little Bates Hole Ranch, Natrona County, WY: 8,000± acres so. of Casper on nearly 2 miles of creek. Deer, antelope, elk and fishing. $1,650,000 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 County, CO: Exceptional recreational opportunity with approximately 400 acres of an end-of-the-road 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 Moon Ranch, Routt County, CO: 5,901 deeded acres of pristine hunting grounds in proximity to Steamboat. $6,500,000 Moose Ridge Hideaway, Unita County, WY: Exceptional custom home on 130 forested acres with short drive to Salt Lake City. $995,000 North Pavillion Farm, Fremont Co. WY: This is a 960-acre working farm with good water and a mild climate. $1,285,000


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Old Cow Town Ranch – Saguache, CO: This oneof-a-kind 320±-acre ranch offers an authentic 1880s Old West town. 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. Reduced to $995,000. Spring Canyon Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: Commercial hunting operation & recreational ranch with impressive owner’s home and other cabins. $1,390,000 Tatman Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: Wellpriced 1,450-acre cattle & recreational ranch east of Walsenburg. $1,250,000 UXU Guest Ranch – Park Co., WY: Premier 37-guest dude ranch with a quality trout stream running through it just east of Yellowstone. $1,500,000 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 great hunting. $1,683,500

AD Ranch Jim Droz, Broker/Owner

530 384-2670 AD RANCH consists of 465± acres with Mill Creek frontage at the base of incredible Mt. Lassen. It is neighbored by 32,000+-acre Dye Creek Preserve & to the south by the Pfindler ranch (valued at a reported $39,000,000+). Close proximity to Shasta Lake, Whiskeytown Lake, Trinity Lake/Alps & Mt. Shasta. AD ranch  offers country living at its best! It has CONTINUOUS FLOW, ADJUDICATED WATER RIGHTS (deeded 1920) that are extremely rare and valuable. It has been suggested the current value of the water rights could be as much as $1,000,000 (unverified). The main house has 3 large BRs & 3 BAs, including a custom master, large exercise room/office, 2,540+ sq/ft of living space, open beamed ceilings & a 3-car garage. The second home is a 1,500+ sq/ft, 2BR/2BA custom with living room, family room and many great amenities. Outbuildings include a barn, workshop & pole building. 2 ponds & surveyed for a water ski lake. FOR PHOTOS & DETAILS, VISIT WWW.ADRANCH.BLOGSPOT.COM. $2,795,000

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866 734-6100 toll free Bitch Creek Canyon Ranch – Tetonia, ID Within close driving distance to some of Idaho’s most prestigious fisheries, Bitch Creek Canyon Ranch is an ideal retreat for the avid angler. Comprised of 320 acres and defined by its rolling topography, the ranch profits from incredible Teton Mountain and canyon views and the fact that it is unimproved creates a blank canvas for tailored lodgings. The Henry’s Fork, South Fork of the Snake River, Fall River and Teton River are all within a 30-minute drive, offering excellent wade and float fishing opportunities while the well-known namesake fishery is on adjacent BLM lands. The treasured Yellowstone National Park is 25 min. away while other recreational opportunities abound in nearby Targhee National Forest. Bitch Creek Canyon Ranch and the surrounding areas provide vital wintering range for the area’s Mule deer and elk populations. Bitch Creek Canyon Ranch is defined by its rolling topography, incredible Teton views and its proximity to some of Idaho’s most prolific fisheries. Now $1,200,000, Was $1,500,000. (20% off) Big Horn Mountains Snowshoe Lodge – Shell,WY The Big Horn Mountains Snowshoe Lodge is located in the Big Horn Mountains near Shell, Wyoming. Consisting of 2,468± deeded acres, this exceptional recreational property borders national forest and BLM lands providing endless opportunities for hunting, fishing, hiking and horseback riding. The Big Horn Mountains are considered one of the top ten areas for snowmobiling, boasting 400 miles of groomed trails and 50 miles of non-groomed trails. This offering is comprised of three distinct properties that can be purchased either separately or together, consisting of: White Creek Farm, Big Horn Mountain Acreage of 2,468 acres and The Snowshoe Lodge. A private getaway, The Snowshoe Lodge, is a high-end three-story log structure in addition to 3 cozy and beautifully appointed cabins. The lodge has been enjoyed by dude ranch guests, snowmobile enthusiasts and elk hunters. An illustration of classic western lifestyle and limitless sporting opportunities are the reason this is an extraordinary offering. $3,290,000.

70 ac. Lodge, elec, well, tank, axis. $129,950 71 ac. Cabin, RB Creek, fence, deer. $94,950 75 ac. Cabin, RB Creek, fence, deer. $89,950 75 ac. County rd., elec avail, axis, Terms. $149,950 80 ac. Hm, stables, arena, round pens. $399,950 83 ac. Deer, shrd well, elec avail. $99,950 91 ac. Container, blinds, feeders, axis. $99,950 95 ac. Near Amistad, deer, dove. $99,950 98 ac. Home, barns, well, elec, hwy, axis. $199,950 100 ac. Water, elec, axis, elk, turkey. $144,950 100 ac. Trlr, elec, water, blds/fdrs, axis. $159,999 106 ac. Cabin, blds, fdr, shared well, deer. $99,950 107 ac. Water, troughs, fdrs, deer, turkey. $89,950 108 ac. Cabin, elec, shrd well, deer, turkey. $139,900 110 ac. Deer, turkey, elec, shared well. $99,950 113 ac. 3/2 Hm, water, elec, 2 ponds, elk. $199,950 114 ac. Cabin, well, elec, axis, hwy. $199,950 135 ac. Water, tank, fence, deer, turkey. $134,950 137 ac. Luxury home, barn w/apt, elk. $499,950 152 ac. Cabin, elec, shrd well, deer. $149,950 206 ac. Well, 3 cabins, blds, fdrs, elk. $328,500 216 ac. Cabin, cooler, barns, fenced, elk. $299,950 217 ac. Cabin, elec, well, deer, hwy frt. $299,950 253 ac. Homes, pool, barns, game fenced. $1.25mil 269 ac. Hm, well, pond, caves, axis, elk. $525,900 339 ac. 1,900’ Devils River, Cabin, well, elec. $999,000 397 ac. Home, elec, water, blds, fdrs, elk. $449,950 425 ac. County road, electric, axis, hogs. $499,950 490 ac. Hwy, pond, wells, elec, cabin, deer. $999,000 710 ac. Homes, barns, pool, elk, airstrip. $2.25 mil 742 ac. Home, barns, wells, fenced, axis, elk. $1.187mil 746 ac. Lodge, cabin, wells, Hwy, airstrip $1.19 mil 1,191 ac. LIVE WATER, Mexico near Eagle Pass $699K 1,239 ac. Hm, barn, cabin, 2 wells, hwy, hi-fence $2.1 mil 2,681 ac. LIVE WATER, Mexico near Eagle Pass $2.14 mil

Western United Realty Cordova Ranch: 212± deeded acres S of WY/CO border. Productive hay land, home on property. Equipment available by private treaty. $800,000 Fish Creek Estate: Lot #5 of the Fish Creek Preserve, 35-acre homestead with 4,242 acres of shared access for limited owner. Gorgeous property with large home and magnificent views. $975,000 Kerr Ranch: Northwest of Laramie by 12 miles, 200± deeded acres, all irrigated w/excellent hay production. Fantastic cow setup and living quarters. $500,000 Lazy S Ranch: 25 miles south of Laramie, WY with a 36x48 insulated horse barn/shop w/4 enclosed stalls along with an attached 12x48 open shed face. $780,000 Sawmill Homesteads: In Centennial, gorgeous living community of 9 homesites, including common areas for recreation. Beautiful views, great location & abundant wildlife. Vedauwoo Acreage: Undeveloped 250± acres just off I-80, 20± mi. E of Laramie, WY bordering Medicine National Forest, minutes from Vedauwoo and Curt Gowdy State Park. $650,000 For more listings and exciting new properties just coming on the market, please visit our webssite More listings every week! From large cattle operations to smaller fishing & recreational properties, we have the property to fit your needs!

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800 683-LAND 50 ac. Cabin, elec, deer, Hwy 41. $125,000 50 ac. Cabin, elec, rain cistern, deer. $129,950 50 ac. Home, elec, well, fence. $199,950 51 ac. Shrd well, elec avail, blds, deer. $84,950 52 ac. Home, elec, fence, owner terms. $189,950 53 ac. 2 Trlrs, barn, well, septic, deer. $105,950 54 ac. Cabin, elec, blds, fdrs, shared well. $79,950 55 ac. Trailer, elec, blds, fdrs, shared well. $79,950 60 ac. Deer, turkey, shared well, elec. $119,950 64 ac. Stone hm, well, elec, axis, turkey. $139,950

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