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broker index

Alain Pinel Realtors .......................90 Applegate Valley Realty...............119 Arnold Realty, Inc. .......................106 Aspen Associates Realty Group, LLC ......................97 Bates Sanders Swan Land Company ............................66 Cabela’s Trophy Properties .....70,88 California Outdoor Properties ....70 Carol Dopkin Real Estate Inc. .....92 Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty .................. 117 Century 21 Beutler & Associates ...................98 Century 21 Cornerstone Realty, LLC .........101 The Chickering Company ............82 Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC ......................60

Oregon Opportunities Real Estate .....................................78

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Pearson Real Estate Co., Inc. .....108

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Phillips & Co. .................................80 Point Rider Real Estate .................94

Gary Frederick LLC.....................103

Prudential Steamboat Realty Christy Belton ..............................87 Prudential Steamboat Realty Pam Vanatta ..................................86 Prudential Triple S Realty ..........107 Ranch Marketing Associates........30 RE/MAX Alpine View..................112 RE/MAX Associates .....................116 RE/MAX of Pueblo ........................46 RE/MAX Properties of the Summit.........120 RE/MAX Two Rivers Realty, Inc.....96 The Realty Post ...............................44 Romick & Associates, Inc. ........... 74 Steamboat Village Brokers, Ltd...99 Stony Brook Properties .................58 Telluride Properties, LLC .............47 United Country Real Estate.........72 United Country Thomas & Company ................121

Gateway Land & Development...118

Van Cleve Associates ...................114

The Group Inc. Real Estate Patti Phillips .................................. 41 The Group Inc. Real Estate Dave Trujillo .................................42

Viillage Homes and Properties .... 109

Clark Company ..............................68 Coalson Real Estate .....................111 Coldwell Banker Tomlinson ........98

Crater Lake Realty, Inc................100 Fuller Western Real Estate ........102

Galles Properties ............................38

Hall and Hall ...................................24

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Western Trophy Properties .......121 Western United Realty..................56 Windermere Real Estate.............115 Windermere Real Estate Blue Mountain Realtors .............54

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40.............. Cochise............... 85 40.............. Santa Cruz......... 85 162............ Yavapai..............121 110,978.... Yavapai................ 84


3................ Alameda.............. 90 8................ Placer................... 91 34.............. San Joaquin........ 91 40.............. Alpine.................. 82 96.................. San Luis Obispo....69 100............ Alameda.............. 90 120........... Tehama............. 114 140............ San Diego........... 33 600........... Contra Costa..... 90 693........... Siskiyou............ 114 714............ Amador............... 82 720........... San Luis Obispo.... 68 752........... Siskiyou.............. 72 883........... Modoc................. 71 891............ Monterey............ 69 1,100........ Tehama............... 82 1,158........ Siskiyou.............. 70 1,346........ Shasta.................. 83 1,360........... San Luis Obispo....68 1,514......... Plumas................ 71 2,050........ Colusa................. 71 2,500........ Glenn................ 114 3,246........ Mendocino......... 70 3,286........... San Luis Obispo....69 4,400........ Napa.................... 33





5,480........ Colusa................. 70 5,844........ Tehama............... 70 25,000..... Tehama............... 25 25,614...... Tehama............... 83


5................ Summit.............121 5................ Routt.................... 99 6................ Pitkin................... 92 10.............. Larimer............... 43 10.............. Larimer............... 43 14.............. Pitkin................... 93 26.............. Huerfano............ 45 28.............. Boulder............... 62 29.............. Boulder............... 63 35.............. Archuleta............ 40 35.............. Grand.................. 95 35.............. Grand.................. 95 35.............. La Plata.............107 35.............. La Plata.............107 35.............. Larimer............... 42 35.............. Douglas............... 16 35.............. Pitkin................... 93 36.............. Garfield............... 92 37.............. Pueblo................. 45 40.............. Boulder............... 62 40.............. Larimer............... 42 40.............. Pueblo................. 44 41.............. Boulder............... 63 42.............. Routt.................... 87 46.............. Garfield............... 92 53.............. Routt.................... 87 56.............. Larimer............... 62 76.............. Routt.................... 32 80.............. Pueblo................. 45 83.............. Delta.................... 73 85.............. Archuleta.......... 113 101............ La Plata.............107 115............ Archuleta............ 52 116............ Routt.................... 86 126........... Larimer............... 32 152........... La Plata............... 58 154........... Pueblo................. 44 154........... Routt.................... 86 156........... Summit.............120 160............ Grand.................. 94 160............ Saguache..........104 166............ Larimer............... 41 169............ Archuleta............ 38 172............ Grand.................. 33 182........... Hinsdale............. 77 217............ Pueblo................. 44 232........... Boulder............... 15 236........... Boulder............... 15 240........... Las Animas......102 244........... Douglas............... 16 250........... Douglas............... 16 265........... Huerfano............ 24 314............ Summit.............120 318............ Routt.................... 28 320........... Gunnison........... 76 320........... Routt.................... 99 343........... Montezuma...... 113 388........... Grand.................. 94

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391............ Gunnison........... 49 391............ Routt.................... 87 403........... Montrose.......... 112 422........... San Miguel......... 47 460........... Mesa.................... 96 463........... Archuleta............ 40 467........... Boulder............... 63 540........... La Plata............... 31 550........... Teller.................... 72 561............ Custer.................. 32 565........... San Miguel......... 47 582........... Routt.................... 86 666........... Delta.................... 93 740............ Grand.................. 94 800........... Routt.................... 86 825........... Eagle.................. 118 838........... Pitkin................... 12 866........... Huerfano............ 37 877........... Pueblo................. 46 976............ Gunnison........... 97 996........... Jefferson.............. 15 1,002........ Delta.................... 93 1,006........ Delta.................... 73 1,100........ Routt.................... 74 1,115........ Garfield............... 36 1,200........ Gunnison.........104 1,456........ Jackson............... 36 1,500........ Fremont.............. 33 1,737........ Jackson............... 37 1,962........ Larimer............... 57 2,000........ Gunnison........... 47 2,000........ Routt.................... 87 2,120........ Routt.................... 35 2,175........ Montrose............ 77 2,665........ Routt.................... 48 2,750........ Grand.................. 94 3,200........ Fremont............102 3,947........ Larimer............... 49 3,992........ Conejos............... 26 4,717........ Huerfano............ 34 4,853........ San Miguel......... 76 6,200........ Saguache............ 32 7,000........ Garfield............... 24 28,700..... San Miguel......... 76


120........... Canyon............. 115 240........... Bonner................ 98 500........... Custer.................. 29 920........... Shoshone........... 26 1,550........ Blaine.................. 27 1,806........ Blaine................105 5,915........ Bannock.............. 66




1,048........ Gallatin............... 29 1,134........ Ravalli................. 25 1,201........ Deer Lodge......103 1,539........... Lewis and Clark....26 1,749........ Park..................... 65 2,500........ Meagher............121 2,971........... Lewis and Clark....25 3,000........ Yellowstone........ 27 3,620........ Teton................... 29 4,015........ Beaverhead......... 24 4,800........... Lewis and Clark....29 5,500........ Sweet Grass..... 113 5,946........ Powell.................. 28 9,162........ Powder River..... 17 10,866...... Carter.................. 61 15,548...... Prairie.................. 24

New Mexico

20.............. Rio Arriba........... 73 1,546........ Rio Arriba......... 113 21,661...... Catron................. 48 47,309...... Catron................. 49


5................ Douglas............... 89 6................ Jefferson.............. 53 10.............. Jackson............... 79 15.............. Jackson............... 79 40.............. Jackson............... 89 40.............. Josephine.......... 119 50.............. Marion.............. 117 104............ Jackson............... 79 127........... Josephine.......... 119 212............ Klamath............100 321........... Jackson............... 89 324........... Jackson............... 89 500........... Klamath............100 1,000........ Harney................ 73 1,998........ Jackson............... 78 2,025........ Jackson............... 78 7,198......... Union.................. 88 15,700...... Crook................ 117


18.............. Washington..... 116 160............ Summit............... 67 2,066........ Washington....... 34 3,410........ Summit............... 67 6,154........ Box Elder............ 67 36,200..... Uintah................. 34



200........... Kittitas...............109 1,922........ Walla Walla........ 54

12.............. Ravalli................. 28 19.............. Park..................... 65 30.............. Park..................... 64 108............ Gallatin............... 53 177...................Lewis and Clark....103 254........... Ravalli................. 27 400........... Missoula............. 52 408........... Ravalli................. 25 870........... Ravalli............... 111

66.............. Goshen............... 80 80.............. Johnson............ 110 80.............. Park..................... 28 84.............. Sublette............... 52 110............ Carbon................ 53 117............ Weston..............106 128........... Fremont............102





225........... Johnson.............. 23 280........... Park..................... 27 389........... Johnson............ 110 564........... Fremont.............. 52 640........... Albany................. 61 640........... Carbon................ 48 921........... Johnson.............. 22 1,026........ Sweetwater......... 56 1,060........ Sheridan............. 60 1,200........ Fremont.............. 57 1,218........ Carbon................ 57 1,348........ Carbon.............. 101 1,835........ Crook................106 1,848........ Teton................... 30 2,100........ Sweetwater......... 23 2,157........ Johnson............102 2,200........ Johnson.............. 26 2,200........ Johnson.............. 61 2,400........ Fremont.............. 56 2,570........ Johnson.............. 35 2,777........ Carbon................ 56 3,138........ Natrona.............108 3,210........ Park..................... 81 3,515........ Platte.................108 4,242........ Albany................. 56 4,718........ Johnson............108 4,812........ Platte................... 48 5,170........ Niobrara............. 60 5,392........ Crook................106 6,300........ Crook.................. 21 6,460........ Albany................. 35 6,535........ Albany................. 20 7,068........ Washakie..........108 8,560........ Natrona............... 81 9,800........ Sublette............... 50 10,000...... Sublette............... 57 10,200...... Campbell............ 37 10,825...... Platte................... 35 13,068..... Johnson.............. 80 13,918...... Niobrara............. 60 14,000...... Albany................. 49 23,490..... Natrona............... 80 28,453..... Johnson.............. 61 32,878..... Niobrara............. 22 62,080..... Natrona.............106

Outside the Region


1,910........ Hempstead....... 72


1,709....... Washington..... 72


860.......... Deuel................. 81 1,021....... Cherry............... 21 3,268....... Lincoln.............. 53

South Dakota

7,116........ Fall River.......... 60







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

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

Hawaii Hawaii Honolulu

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

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

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


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

Wheeler Yamhill


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

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

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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Aspen, Colorado

Cover Ranch

Rarely does a property exist that features such stunning views

of the Elk Range, privacy and seclusion in such close proximity to one of the world’s most luxurious resort destinations.


ne of the few remaining Aspen, Colorado

The stunning scenery, the smell of crisp

forest, creating an unparalleled paradise for

legacy ranches for sale of this caliber,

mountain air and the sounds of the native

agricultural and livestock development, wildlife

size and diversity, offering a plethora of outdoor

wildlife are mesmerizing on this expansive

viewing and hunting and outdoor recreation



838±-acre ranch set in the private Woody

where nature unfolds on a grand scale.

Forest, the Craig Ranch is an once-in-a-lifetime

Creek Valley. Located just 10 miles from the

Several diverse Rocky Mountain ecosystems

opportunity just minutes from Aspen, Colorado.

world-class amenities of Aspen, Craig Ranch

thrive at the ranch, from the valley’s riparian

Rarely does a property exist that features such

offers a multitude of natural resources,

habitat of Woody Creek, to acorn and berry-

stunning views of the Elk Range, privacy and

manmade improvements and borders national







seclusion in such close proximity to one of the world’s finest luxury resort destinations. The view astounds with a gorgeous valley highlighted by meandering Woody Creek and accented by the rise of forest-covered hills and rose-colored mountains. As the sun crests the peaks, light cascades down the slope and over verdant meadows that embrace an oldfashioned ranch homestead in seamless unity with the landscape. This stunning scene has inspired cowboys, artists, authors, musicians and actors to drink in its creative harmony, find a moment of solitude, to see nature in a way too often unattainable—and that is just from a photograph.


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Colorado v Pitkin County v Aspen & Woody Creek

Craig Ranch

bordering spruce-fir forests at almost 10,000

remained relatively unchanged since the turn

feet. The designated road-less areas in the USFS

of the century. With vested development

land provide excellent habitat for elk, mule

rights, excellent water rights (Cerise Ditch,

deer, black bear, eagles, hawks, game birds,

Hamilton Ditch and Collins Creek Ditch) and

migrating birds and waterfowl. With the Rocky

historic agricultural uses, Craig Ranch remains

Mountains as your playground, one can spend

an icon. Through careful planning of future

the day enjoying world-class hunting; fly-fishing

development, the Craig family has worked hard

on over a mile of Woody Creek frontage for

to preserve the natural beauty and conservation

brook, rainbow and brown trout; and exploring

characteristics of the ranch in perpetuity.

by hiking, horseback riding and skiing.

Developed into four distinctive parcels, the





immigrants in the late 1800s and purchased by the Craig family in 1964, the ranch has

ranch features amenities and improvements ranging from agricultural to residential. Totaling 609.01 acres, Parcels 1 and 3 offer an

easement and development rights. Bordering USFS land, Parcel 1 has a recorded conservation easement created by the Craig family, with the intention of forever conserving wildlife habitat, native plant communities, open space and scenic qualities of the property. Parcel 3 (merged with Parcel 2 in 2007) prohibits agricultural buildings and offers development rights for 10,750 square feet of FAR with 1 ADU of up to 1,000 square feet inclusive in area. Offering a site for residences, the 42.731-acre Parcel 4 features a 3,303-square-foot, singlefamily, historic ranch house, a 999-square-foot caretaker’s unit and allows for 3,198 square feet of additional construction. In accordance with the development agreement, the singlefamily residence and small barn structure below the main ranch house are subject to Historic Structures Covenant. Nearby, Parcels 5 and 6 (89.214 and 97.721 acres respectively) feature 1,000-square-foot caretaker’s units with development rights for 6,500 additional square feet per parcel. With existing infrastructure that caters to both Volume 43 Farm&Ranch West


form and function, development opportunities

purchase will not be considered. Co-Marketing

that allow for individual design, some of the

agreement between Mason Morse, Inc. and

most extensive water rights in Colorado and

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exceptional recreational venues that extend from your front door to the foothills, Craig Ranch cannot truly be captured in photographs. For the photos you see only show you what you are missing at Aspen’s last great ranch. Offered for $38,000,000. Craig Ranch is offered in its entirety; individual parcel


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For more details, contact Mason & Morse Ranch Company at 877 207-9700 www. or Mason Morse, Inc. Ed Foran (970 920-7382, or Bob Starodoj (970 9207367,


The B Bar K Ranch lies near the historic town

B Bar K Ranch

of Evergreen, west of Denver, in the majestic Rocky Mountains. The B Bar K encompasses 984

Colorado v Jefferson County v Evergreen

acres, of which half is hay meadows and pasture, the balance is a mixture of pine, fir and aspen trees. The ranch is protected by a conservation easement, which allows for additional primary residences





magnificent stone residence of 12,800 square feet includes nine bedrooms, 12 baths, a 23-seat theater, 16-person spa, exercise room, library and many other features. The world-class equestrian center has 45,890 square feet under roof, including the heated indoor arena (128' by 240'), elevated viewing room, 19 heated stalls and a groom’s apartment. Denver International Airport is just over an hour from the ranch, and there are two other jetcapable airports within 45 minutes. Some land divisions are possible. $11,800,000. Contact Ted Schaal.

Deer Valley Ranch Colorado v Chaffee County v Nathrop

Middle Fork Ranch Colorado v Boulder County v Boulder



The ranch has been in continuous operation for 56 years. The setting in which the ranch is located is This scenic 232-acre ranch has a combination both serene and dramatic, offering views of several 14,000-foot peaks. In the summer, the ranch has of grass meadows, imposing rock outcroppings accommodated up to 125 “dude ranchers” from around the world. In the shoulder months (mainly spring and fall), numerous groups have chosen the ranch for retreats, seminars, outdoor workshops,

and sloping hillsides covered predominantly

with aspen trees and ponderosa pines. The business meetings and weddings. Outdoor activities are numerous with a focus on horseback riding, property adjoins the Arapaho-Roosevelt the most popular activity among the guests, on miles of trails on the national forest. The ranch is offered National Forest on the east and south

at $5,250,000. Additional acreage is available, which features Chalk Creek (a fly-fishable stream), a boundaries. The primary use of the ranch, in 7-acre stocked pond and a home. $2,100,000. Contact Ted Schaal. recent years, has been the breeding and training


of performance horses. The focal point of the

A well known and highly regarded dude/

ranch is the barn with a 65’ by 130’ indoor

guest ranch and conference center, this

arena, six stalls, tack room and wash rack.

ranch is ideally located in close proximity

Flowing through the main part of the ranch is

to Boulder and the University of Colorado;

the Middle Fork of the Saint Vrain River, a mid-

the town of Estes Park and Rocky Mountain

sized, free-stone stream that provides fishing

National Park; Nederland and the Eldora Ski

for brook and brown trout. The river is an

Area; and Black Hawk, which offers casino gambling and entertainment. The ranch encompasses 236 acres in an area with some of the most spectacular scenery in Colorado. The setting is mountainous and quite densely

excellent candidate for stream enhancement to

Peaceful Valley Ranch

further improve the fly-fishing. Boulder is 27±

Colorado v Boulder County v Raymond


miles from the ranch. $3,900,000. Contact Ted

covered with various varieties of pine, fir trees and quaking aspen, interspersed with open parks and meadows. Adding to this exhilarating setting is the Middle Fork of the St. Vrain River, which provides excellent fly-fishing. $4,500,000. Contact Ted Schaal.

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Choke Cherry Farm Colorado v Douglas County v Parker


Cherry Creek meanders through the lush meadows and cottonwood groves of Choke Cherry Farm. This picturesque and expansive 250-acre equestrian estate is one of the few large parcels left near Parker. This beautiful property has been well maintained and operated by the same owner for over 25 years. Lush hay meadows, excellent irrigation and ample grazing pastures make for a tremendous equestrian operation. If a buyer is so inclined, Choke Cherry Farm is an excellent candidate for a conservation easement. $5,000,000. Contact Dave Banzhaf.


Approximately one mile northeast of Franktown, this incredibly scenic, secluded 244 deeded acres offer varied topography with ponderosa pines and breathtaking, panoramic views of the Front Range. There is a spring-fed pond on the property, which offers habitat for the elk, mule deer and other wildlife that call this land home. Water rights of 358.3 acre feet/year provide the buyer with a number of future options. In Colorado, water is the new gold, and this property offers tremendous adjudicated water rights. For the buyer interested in development, these 244 acres

Legacy Pines East

are zoned Large Lot Residential. There is sketch plan approval for up to 29 lots. $3,750,000.

Colorado v Douglas County v Franktown

Contact Dave Banzhaf.


This is, without question, one of the best-priced 35-acre parcels in Douglas County. Located in Castle Park Ranch, this property offers an elevated building site with paved access. With an intermittent stream traversing the property, it sets up beautifully for a tremendous equestrian estate. Four minutes south of the new Reuter-Hess Reservoir as well as 10 minutes to outlet malls in Castle Rock, the ranch is just a short drive from Parker and south Denver. This beautiful parcel offers the best of country living while being close to family recreation, convenient amenities and cultural opportunities. The seller will look at all offers. $490,000. Contact Dave Banzhaf.

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Castle Park Ranch Colorado v Douglas County v Castle Rock

Feature Ranch


Ranch Montana v Power River County v Otter


ive the rural lifestyle at its finest: unmatched privacy and solitude, an absence of noise and light pollution and amazing big-sky starry nights.

Travel 10 miles in any direction and you will only find two occupied residences—20 miles encompasses only a handful more. At Bliss Ranch, your only neighbors are the native wildlife and the only sounds are those of the songbirds—a true place to saddle up and ride a diverse and private Montana estate. “Bliss Ranch is perfect for someone who values history, privacy and natural beauty,” said

From the song: “The Gift” When the Lord called Charlie to His home up yonder He said, “Kid Russell, I got a job for you. You’re in charge of sunsets in Old Montana ‘Cause I can’t paint them quite as good as you.” - Performed and written by Ian Tyson

Dave Bliss, owner of Bliss Ranch (also known as Powder River Breaks Ranch) for 45 years. “Since I was young, I knew I wanted to be a cowboy. I arrived in 1966 with a two-wheel drive pickup and a one-horse trailer, and with the guidance of exceptional and experienced neighbors and determination, I created a strong ranching operation that let a young New York City boy fulfill his dreams of becoming a cowboy.” Aptly named, these 16,788± total acres (9,162± deeded, 4,644± BLM lease and 2,982 state lease) stretch 1,000 vertical feet from the lower end on the Powder River to the upper end on the “High Divide”, encompassing a diverse landscape Volume 43 Farm&Ranch West


perfect for working livestock, enjoying outdoor recreation and wildlife viewing. Literally framed by natural landmarks, Bliss Ranch is bisected by the Divide, which offers incredible views of the Big Horn Mountain Ranch to the southwest, the Powder River breaks to the east and the hills of the Custer National Forest to the north. Pristine rainwater and snowmelt drain west to Tongue River and east to Powder River, providing abundant water that enriches an untouched landscape. With no public roads across or against the ranch and minimal improvements, most of the ranch is just as it was when the Plains Indians called the area home. “It’s the pristine character that’s so exceptional,” said Bliss. “Being here is a daily celebration of God’s creation, mostly untrammeled by man. I can tell you that seeing a Charlie Russell [a famous artist known for his depictions of the Old American West] sunset from the divide makes you feel like you are in the 19th century.” It is a history still written in the land, illustrated by the still-visible relics of old homesteads over a century past. Juxtaposing the historical structures, the ranch’s modern improvements are an evolution of that history and a testament to the true Old West spirit. At the headquarters, set in a beautiful and protected draw, the barn (c.1918), granary (c.1916) and the three-bedroom main house (c. 1916) were built soon after C.F. McKenzie homesteaded here in 1916 and retain their historical character with the use of native materials. Approximately 20 miles of underground stock water pipeline provide well-distributed water to all pastures.


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Many of the exterior fences are less than 10

miles from the ranch, the 1.3 million-acre Custer

made this ranch so exceptional,” said Bliss.

years old; and the roads from the highways to

National Forest offers opportunities for hiking

“Always challenging and never boring.”

the headquarters are shale. Other improvements

and or horseback exploration. A two-hour drive

Perfect for one with a passion for history,

include pole corrals; a one-of-a-kind round

puts you in Sheridan or Buffalo to enjoy business,

nature and beauty, Bliss Ranch celebrates the

corral of poles lashed with lariats; a machinery

shopping, dining and airport amenities.

history of those who came before and embraces

shed attached to feed storage; certified livestock

Home to Bliss Ranch and spanning nearly

those who look forward. From a breathtaking

scales; three sets of good working pens; and a

100 square miles, the upper Otter Creek

viewpoint from atop the Divide, one can clearly

roping arena.

neighborhood is sparsely populated, but

see the horizon. Years ago, Charlie Russell saw

In addition to offering the tools for a

those who call it home have a common

that same expanse and painted sunsets. Today,

productive livestock operation, the ranch’s

passion: ranching. “Everyone here ‘speaks the

Bliss Ranch awaits your sunrise.

recreational potential is unmatched. This is

same language.’ The community is a proud,

a rare opportunity to have a place with deer,

competent bunch who are always ready to

Bliss Ranch is offered for $5,040,000. For

pronghorn, and elk feeding in the same pastures

lend a hand and a friendly ear. They know

more information, please contact Rob Pfister

as your cattle or horses, excellent hunting and

what ‘works’ on Otter Creek and they stick

with Pfister Land Company at 877 805-9165,

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China Wall Ranch

Wyoming v Albany County v Laramie


China Wall Ranch, located in beautiful Sybille Canyon, is a recreational paradise. The entire ranch consists of 6,535± deeded acres, 559± acres of state lease and 1,138± acres of BLM lease. The ranch consists of two parcels, both with access to Highway 34. The diverse topography of the ranch ranges from high rolling hills with rock outcroppings to deep canyons with cottonwood-lined creek bottoms. Several miles of both Sybille Creek and School Creek add to the abundant water supply, as well as various year-round springs and a pipeline system that feeds several water tanks. Numerous wildlife species, including deer, elk, bighorn sheep, antelope and mountain lion can be found. Adequate water supply, good grass, easy access and convenient location all make the China Wall Ranch a very desirable piece of real estate. This ranch presents a buyer with the unique opportunity to own a large piece of Sybille Canyon. Rarely in recent years has a ranch in the heart of Sybille Canyon of this size come on the market. $5,000,000.

Rob Pfister 1030 N. Carrington • Buffalo, WY 82834

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Jackpot Ranch Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance


For the first time in history, Jackpot Ranch is offered for sale. This legacy horse and cattle ranch lies approximately eight miles west of Sundance, just off I-90. The ranch consists of 6,300± deeded acres, with another 320 acres of State of Wyoming lease acres and 280 BLM

lease. Year-round Beaver Creek runs through the core of the ranch; a pipeline system supplies water to cisterns and stock tanks; and there are numerous wells, springs and reservoirs. The majority of the ranch is rolling timbered hills with open meadows, 900± acres of which are irrigated. There are four homes and solid ranch improvements. This is an incredible investment-quality property of the highest order and has been in great hands since patent. Substantial mineral interests are not included in the purchase price, but may be negotiable. $10,395,000.

Heartland Scenic River Ranch Nebraska v Cherry County v Valentine


Heartland Scenic River Ranch is a rare, largeacreage parcel that borders over .75 of a mile of the Niobrara National Scenic River. This 1,021±-acre ranch consists of an upper, lower

and middle piece, each owned by three separate owners, but being sold together to maintain the property’s integrity. The ranch is currently a guest ranch and an elk preserve, as well as used for a principal residence, but is also ideal for a primary or secondary residence, a corporate retreat, further development and/or placing into a conservation easement. The main improvements include a 2,648-square-foot custom log home, four beautiful cabins, one lodge, one horse barn with office and other buildings, including manager’s quarters used for property maintenance. Kuski Creek flows through the

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property into three developed trout ponds. Food plots by the river and the many draws and

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canyons make for superb whitetail hunting. This property is truly a gem found in the nation’s heartland, just 18 miles east of Valentine. $2,234,042.

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Boner Ranch is one of the last legacy ranching operations of its size situated on the hard grasses of Niobrara County. This crown jewel has been in the Boner family since patented in 1902. It consists of 32,878± deeded acres, 3,360.56± State of Wyoming lease acres and 3,000± BLM lease acres. The boundaries contain a contiguous block of hard grass prairies on new pipeline infrastructure. The

Boner Ranch Wyoming v Niobrara County v Lusk

vast majority of what is known as the Seaman Hills break up the skyline of the Southern boundary of the property. There are 25± pastures, each with reliable windmills, reservoirs, wells, springs and/or new or reliable pipeline infrastructure supplying stock water to all pastures. Historically, the ranch has stocked 4,000 to 7,500 yearlings for four months from late May until October 1 and has supported 600 to 800 sheep annually. There are quality, functional working corrals for sorting, weighing and shipping located at the main headquarters. A five-bedroom home constructed in 1918 has been remodeled, maintained and occupied since its construction. The improvements are modest, well-maintained and comfortable. Most of the ranch is treeless, except for some pine- and cedar-covered hills, drainages and bluffs comprising the southern and northwestern ends of the ranch. This property offers excellent recreational opportunities; the pronghorn antelope and mule deer hunting is exceptional and a bass pond is near the house. There is a grass airstrip on the ranch. This ranch was originally homesteaded in 1902. $11,507,300.

Pete Suhit Mountain Property Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo


The Pete Suhit Mountain Property (pronounced “sweet”) is an exceptional offering in the heart of the Big Horn Mountains. Consisting of 1,001± acres (921± deeded and 80± State of Wyoming lease), this parcel brings together a diversity of open grass range and timbered ridges providing ideal habitat for wildlife. Elk, mule deer and a host of other species are abundant. Fresh, free-flowing springs provide water, and the timbered slopes provide protection for wildlife and domestic livestock. The Pete Suhit Mountain Property is easily accessed by turning south off of U.S. Highway 16 and traveling down the Hazelton Road two miles past Dullknife Reservoir. The southwest corner of the property and access is directly across from the Rome Hill Road turnoff. Electricity is .75± mile away, coming from the

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Dullknife reservoir to the northwest corner of the Pete Suhit (subject to easement). The proximity

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to recreational opportunities and aesthetics of this property make it an attractive acquisition;

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the prudent investor. Recently reduced to $2,302,500.

Rock Creek Meadows Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo


Rock Creek Meadows consists of 224.5± deeded acres on both sides of Rock Creek, only 2.3 miles from downtown Buffalo. The property is bordered on the west by Interstate 90, and all other sides are bordered by neighboring ranches or personal residential acreages with newer construction. Rock Creek frontage is highly coveted in the Buffalo area and the property features exceptional views of the Big Horn Mountains. Approximately 1.2± miles of tree-lined Rock Creek meander through verdant native hay meadows which flank the stream bed providing a continuous water source for livestock, wildlife and fishing. Access to the property is by way of a 33-foot easement through a neighboring property. Wildlife abounds on this rare offering and includes mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, upland game

Currant Creek Ranch

birds, and excellent trout fishing. Rock Creek

Wyoming v Sweetwater Co. v Flaming Gorge

Meadows is a great investment, residential,


recreational or development opportunity that This new listing in southwestern Wyoming is lends itself to multiple exit strategies for the an exceedingly rare sporting property for the versatile buyer. The property is being surveyed

hunting and fishing enthusiast. Its proximity to and can be divided or purchased in six 35± Flaming Gorge Reservoir and the Dutch John acre tracts each with Rock Creek frontage. put in on the Green River, as well as the skiing Currently, the property is an irrigated and dry and resort recreation opportunities near Park land agricultural unit, but offers incredible City, Utah, put this ranch in a very suitable development potential or a rare opportunity location. There’s a lodge and several cabins on for a custom home or equestrian property. The the property, but it is truly off the grid because terrain is sloping with elevations from 4,600 to there is no power to the ranch. The ranch is 4,700 feet. $2,000,000. surrounded by thousands of acres of grazing association





pacific railroad sections. This is a remarkable opportunity, as there is virtually no fee land of its quality in this remote, secluded area with these recreational opportunities at hand. The deed to this property comes with two deer tags, two elk and two antelope tags, all trophy class. The vast majority of this property is contiguous but there are two other separate parcels that are included in this offer. $1,080,000.

Rob Pfister 1030 N. Carrington • Buffalo, WY 82834

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Big Mountain Ranch Colorado v Garfield County v Rifle


Regarded as one of the finest trophy big game hunting and recreational ranches in Colorado, Big Mountain Ranch is a true sportsman’s paradise. This 7,000±-deeded-acre, turn-key ranch in the Flat Tops Mountains features trophy elk and deer, inspiring scenery, privacy, extensive trail systems, excellent wildlife habitat, trout fishing, rifle range, sporting clays and a full suite of modern custom improvements. $25,000,000.

Island Butte Ranch Montana v Beaverhead County v Dell


North Star Ranch

Nestled under the Continental Divide west of Dell, this 4,015±-deeded-acre mountain ranch is a blend of a scenic recreational property and a productive summer grazing ranch supported by state and federal grazing permits. Elk, deer and antelope roam the property. Improvements


Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta

Four miles from La Veta, the ranch is a turn-key equestrian property consisting of 265± acres. Outstanding improvements are the centerpiece of this offering and include an exquisite 4,000±-square-foot Mediterranean-inspired home, a professionally designed 10-stall horse barn,

consist of cattle handling facilities. Seller 110' by 220' indoor arena, caretaker’s home and guest cabin. Breathtaking views and irrigated financing is available. Please call for details.

meadows are enhanced by 1.5 miles of the Cuchara River passing through this picturesque

Reduced to $2,975,000.

landscape. Co-listed with Bob Jacobs at Sotheby’s International Realty. Reduced to $5,500,000.


This 800 AU eastern Montana grass ranch runs on 37,898± acres of combined deeded (15,548± acres) and leased (22,350± acres) lands. The well-watered range and cattle operation offers outstanding hunting and is conveniently located 15 minutes north of Terry. The improvements at the ranch headquarters are new since 2004 and are in excellent condition. $7,500,000. 406 656-7500 Investment Quality Rural Real Estate Throughout the U.S. & Internationally. Since 1946.


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Red Buttes Ranch Montana v Prairie County v Terry

Mill Creek Ranch California v Tehama County v Los Molinos


This 25,000+-deeded-acre California cattle ranch comprised of pasture, foothills and wilderness borders national forest, the Ishi Wilderness and the Dye Creek Preserve. An immaculate 7,380±-square-foot Spanish Colonial home sits on an elevated plain with a sweeping view across the range. Other improvements include guest/staff houses and barns. Mill Creek (steelhead, salmon and trout) flows through the ranch for over 15 miles. Wildlife abounds. Water rights are extensive. 15 miles southeast of Red Bluff at Los Molinos. Co-listed with The Chickering Co. $29,500,000.

61 Bar Ranch Montana v Ravalli County v Stevensville


The 408±-acre 61 Bar Ranch provides scenic

Skalkaho Creek Ranch






Stevensville in the heart of the Bitterroot Valley.

Montana v Ravalli County v Hamilton


The ranch has senior water rights on North

Hamilton are within 15–20 minutes. $8,900,000.

it a perfect retirement property. $3,850,000.

This 1,134±-acre ranch lies in the Sapphire Mountains, overlooking the Bitterroot Valley. An Burnt Fork and is a productive hay and cattle 8,670±-square-foot log home is perched above a trout-filled creek. Irrigated meadows and open

operation, staying green in the driest years. A

range filled with native grass/wildflowers. Improvements include a manager’s home, barn and remodeled 100-year-old farmhouse, a historic outdoor riding arena. U.S. Forest Service land borders the property. Stock Farm Golf Club and barn and a full set of ranch improvements make

Alice Creek Ranch Montana v Lewis and Clark County v Lincoln


Located in the Blackfoot Valley, this 2,971±-acre ranch has two streams passing through and is virtually surrounded by USFS. Its tasteful and complete improvements enjoy dramatic views over a trout pond to Lewis and Clark Pass. Excellent wildlife populations abound. Year-round accessibility combined with a spectacular and secluded location will put this property in high demand. $5,800,000. 406 656-7500 Investment Quality Rural Real Estate Throughout the U.S. & Internationally. Since 1946. Volume 43 Farm&Ranch West


Sun River Ranch Montana v Lewis and Clark v Augusta


Located 20 miles west of Augusta, this 3,000±-acre private retreat (1,539± deeded) encompasses 3.5± miles of the Sun River in a dramatic mountain setting at the base of the Rocky Mountain Front. The ranch has convenient foot and horseback access to an enormous wilderness complex and is contiguous to the Sun River Game Range. The ranch features a newer building compound including a beautiful 7,325±-square-foot residence, barns, fishing camp and more. $12,700,000.


In the scenic San Luis Valley along the Conejos River, this highly productive, 3,992±-deededacre ranch with extensive grazing permits runs 1,400 cows and irrigates 3,000± acres.

Conejos River Ranch Colorado v Conejos County v Antonito

New or remodeled operating improvements combine with good trout fishing to complete an exceptional operating ranch with good recreational amenities. Reduced to $6,950,000.

The Ranch Idaho v Lincoln County v Shoshone


Just 35 minutes from the Sun Valley airport, this scenic 920±-acre ranch balances a productive farming and cattle operation with a full set of recreational uses. First-rate improvements include a main residence, guesthouse, manager’s home and horse barn. The Ranch joins BLM on three sides and offers end-of-the-road privacy. It is offered turn-key, including home furnishings, farm equipment and machinery. $2,395,000. 406 656-7500 Investment Quality Rural Real Estate Throughout the U.S. & Internationally. Since 1946.


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French Creek Ranch Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo


Over 3,000± acres (2,200± deeded) just west of Buffalo along 1.25 miles of French Creek, this small balanced ranch boasts irrigated meadows and open benches that give way to steep mountain pastures with small stands of timber. Views are expansive and the improvements are modest and nicely sited. This is a rare opportunity to buy substantial acreage at the base of the Big Horns. $4,900,000.

EE DA HO Ranch Idaho v Blaine County v Sun Valley


Just 10 minutes from Sun Valley’s airport, encompassing its own canyon adjacent to public lands, this stunning 1,550±-acre ranch instills a sense of being a world away. An outstanding set of improvements includes a




manager’s home, employee housing, horse barn and cattle handling facilities. It also boasts a spring creek system feeding several trout-filled lakes. $19,000,000.

Flying H Ranch Wyoming v Park County v Cody

Sleeping Willow Ranch


Montana v Ravalli County Stevensville/Bitterroot Valley

Water is the lifeblood of any property in the western U.S. and this 254±-acre ranch has water rights dating to 1866. With two creeks flowing through and abundant spring activity,


this homestead is primed for wildlife/fishery

Located an hour’s drive southwest of Cody in the Upper South Fork, this 280±-acre, end-of-the-road enhancement. The barn authenticates the ranch bordered by the river and the USFS boasts classic log buildings, a beautiful owner’s home and history of the ranch. There are many building complete privacy. Arguably the premier ranch in this tightly held valley, the setting is magnificent with

sites with sweeping mountain views. It lies

the home overlooking lush meadows and the river under towering peaks. Reduced to $7,499,000.

three miles from Stevensville. $2,495,000.

Sitting Bull Ranch Montana v Yellowstone County v Custer


Located 70 miles northeast of Billings in the foothills of the Bull Mountains, this 3,000±acre ranch is meticulously improved with a 8,340±-square-foot lodge, guest center, four guest cabins and appropriate support buildings. The planting of food plots, fruit trees and the development of reservoirs has created a worldclass big game and upland bird hunting retreat. $5,250,000. 406 656-7500 Investment Quality Rural Real Estate Throughout the U.S. & Internationally. Since 1946. Volume 43 Farm&Ranch West



This 5,946±-acre well-maintained and improved ranch supports a 300–350 cow/calf operation. Located 70 miles east of Missoula, the ranch includes a luxury custom home, rancher’s home, manager’s residence, horse barn and shop. There are abundant water rights and good hunting. The buyer can add Hoover

6C Ranch

Creek Ranch to create a 600+-cow operation

Montana v Powell County v Gold Creek

with over 15,000 acres one hour from Missoula. $6,850,000.


The Shoshone Island Ranch is an 80±-acre homestead on the Shoshone River, southwest of Cody. The 13,000±-square-foot, Georgianinspired Western home sits on a secondary bench above the river. This setting offers wonderful upriver views of the stunning South Fork Valley and the Absaroka Mountains. An

Shoshone Island Ranch

immaculate log-sided guesthouse and horse barn are included. Reduced to $4,750,000.

Wyoming v Park County v Cody

5 Hands Ranch Colorado v Routt Co. v Steamboat Springs


Located 12 miles from Steamboat Springs, this 318±-acre property features dramatic views, a custom 5,289±-square-foot home and well-designed equestrian improvements. More than half the ranch is treed with aspen, oak and conifers and the balance is in alfalfa, grass and sagebrush. Excellent riding trails on the ranch are complemented by miles of trails on adjacent public lands. The diverse habitat, topography, vegetation and ponds attract a variety of wildlife. $4,250,000.


Tammany Castle is a masterfully restored turnof-the-century luxury residence that occupies a singular position in the history of ranching, Montana and horseracing. Converted from the “castle” built for Tammany, American Horse of the Year (1892), this piece of living history is now available as a 5,400±-square-foot premium residence situated on 12± acres. Hamilton and Charles Schwab’s Stock Farm Club are minutes away. $2,950,000. 406 656-7500 Investment Quality Rural Real Estate Throughout the U.S. & Internationally. Since 1946.


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Tammany Castle Montana v Ravalli County v Hamilton


Located 20 miles southwest of Augusta, nestled into a private valley adjacent to national forest, this 4,800±-acre ranch enjoys great views from its tastefully designed log improvements in their private setting nestled along the creek bottom. It rises from the productive plains up into the aspens, cottonwoods and evergreens that offer

Skunk Creek Ranch

habitat for its prolific wildlife populations. $12,500,000.

Montana v Lewis and Clark County v Augusta

H Lazy 6 Montana v Teton County v Choteau


3,620± deeded acres 19 miles west of Choteau take in prominent views of the Rocky Mountain Front Range. Outstanding wildlife resources thrive in the CRP, hayfields and 4± miles of creek bottoms. A 4,000±-square-foot main residence and working facilities complement the ranch. $4,900,000.

Bremmer Creek Ranch


Montana v Gallatin County v Bozeman

Located 30 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 located amongst historic large operating ranches. Reduced to $4,750,000.


Featuring nearly a mile of both sides of the Big Lost River, this beautiful 500±-acre ranch, only a 1.5-hour drive from Sun Valley, is among the valley’s premier trout fishing properties. Two attractively furnished fishing cabins nestled in a secluded cottonwood setting offer huge views of Idaho’s highest peaks, while the river’s riffles, runs and deep holes are home to rainbows exceeding 20". $2,800,000. 406 656-7500

Moose Creek Ranch Idaho v Custer County v Mackay

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Photo by Kim Fadiman

Walton Ranch


Wyoming v Teton County v Jackson The iconic Walton Ranch in Jackson Hole has come on the market for the first time. Sited along the legendary Snake River and adjacent to the Grand Tetons with views over the entire valley, the 1,848-acre working ranch has its own resident elk herd and fishing access along the Snake River. This naturally preserved setting is surrounded by the grandeur of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and yet is five miles to downtown Jackson and 15 minutes to world-class ski resorts and private air service. Home to some of America’s top corporate leaders,





mix of restaurants, boutiques and cultural activities. This is a rare opportunity to own wide-open spaces in one of the most soughtafter locations in the world. $100,000,000. Ron Morris and Billy Long.


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A Performance Equestrian Estate at Cottonwood Springs Ranch Colorado v La Plata County v Durango

A world-renowned, state-of-the-art equestrian breeding and training facility in southwest Colorado, the 540-acre Performance Equestrian Estate at Cottonwood Springs Ranch is a masterpiece of landscape and architecture. Located in a private valley twenty minutes from Durango, the pristine air, moderate year-round climate and elevation create the ideal environment for optimizing equestrian endurance and performance. At the heart of the ranch, the exquisite 5,700-square-foot northern New Mexico-style residence was carefully handcrafted with heated slate and hardwood floors, cathedral ceilings with reclaimed wood beams, gourmet kitchen with adjacent 700-bottle wine room made from vintage Napa Valley redwood, immaculate landscaping, flagstone patios, outdoor lounge with fireplace and secure video and keypad gated entry. The Ranch Operations Center has well thought out features including two business offices, employee shower room and lounge with full kitchen and laundry. The ranch manager’s quarters overlook the attached, custom 20,000 square-foot main barn with over 20 stalls and large indoor arena. Other improvements include a 2,200-square-foot guest home, foreman’s home, 4,500-bale capacity hay building, and a five-bay vehicle and equipment building. Additional equestrian amenities include an outdoor arena, 120’ round pen, foaling barn with lab and vet set-up, mare hotel, two additional barns with stalls and runs, thirteen pastures with heated waterers and access to electricity. The ranch’s amenities flawlessly complement the natural surroundings of lush meadows, mixed forest and cottonwood-lined creek. With trailhead access to the 2.5 million-acre San Juan National Forest only one mile away, this is one of the most complete, up-scale equestrian properties in Colorado. Contact Ron Morris or Billy Long.

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Five Star Ranch Colorado v Custer County v Westcliffe







unobstructed, panoramic views of the Wet Mountain Valley and snow-capped Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Five Star Ranch offers gracious mountain living in one of the most exquisite homes on the market today—named “Home of the Year” by Timber Home Living. 561 acres located five minutes north of Westcliffe offering privacy and masterpiece improvements in a beautiful mountain setting. $4,900,000. Contact Ron Morris.


One of the most architecturally impressive mountain/custom equestrian properties in the south valley of Steamboat Springs near Lake Catamount, the 38-acre Moonshadow Ranch

Moonshadow Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

offers beautiful views in every direction and 15 minutes from Steamboat Springs and ski area. $7,500,000. Contact Ron Morris.

Chatellen Farm

Colorado v Larimer Co. v Fort Collins


This well-manicured, upscale ranch and equestrian training facility with unobstructed views of Longs Peak and Horsetooth Mountain is set on 126 acres one hour north of Denver and close to Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley. It has a near-new, custom 6,500-square-foot residence with craftsman accents and a welldesigned floor plan, an insulated and heated seven-stall main barn, indoor and outdoor arenas, multi-use building, pond with irrigation

L Cross Ranch Colorado v Saguache County v La Garita


Nestled into the foothills on the west side of the San Luis Valley, this reputation ranch of 6,200 deeded

system, four pastures and shares of Windsor acres plus 60,515 acres of grazing permits has abundant water from Carnero and La Garita Creeks and Reservoir. $3,400,000. Contact Ron Morris.

four irrigation wells. This very balanced ranching operation is self-sustained with its own feed base and cattle working facilities, including a manager’s home, bunkhouse, calving barn, 500-head feedlot and a complete set of corrals and scales. Other improvements include a main residence, log home, shop, horse barn, ranch office and livestock sheds. $5,900,000. Contact Ron Morris.


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In a highly sought-after equestrian area halfway between Carlsbad and Fallbrook and within easy driving distance of San Diego and easy reach of Los Angeles, this unique and sophisticated 140-acre ranch offers country living without isolation. Citrus and avocado groves carpet the hillsides and surround a very large machinery shed/garage facilities, a separate ranch office and a two separate manager's residences, one with a pool. Secure and replete with privacy, character and country beauty, yet easily

Bonsall Farm California v San Diego County v Bonsall

accessible by car or train to urban amenities, this is an exceptional property in magnificent condition. $11,950,000. Contact Billy Long.


This is a truly unique opportunity to own a spectacular undeveloped 4,400-acre property on the east side of Lake Berryessa in the eastern portion of Napa County, an internationally renowned destination for 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

Lake Berryessa Ranch California v Napa County v St. Helena

lands on the eastern boundary. Magnificent, unobstructed vistas of the lake and surrounding peaks are available from nearly every vantage point. $9,900,000. Contact Billy Long.


Antelope Valley Ranch’s 1,500 acres of solitude, beautiful rock outcroppings, rolling meadows, forested hillsides and stunning views of the Sangre de Cristo Range, Spanish Peaks and Wet Mountain Valley have inspired artists from around the country. Bordering 30,000 acres of

BLM with a 2,016-square-foot adobe main house and four cabins, the ranch is the ideal corporate retreat, family ranch or private hunting grounds. $3,500,000. Contact Billy Long.

Antelope Valley Ranch Colorado v Fremont County v Cotopaxi

Shepardsbend on the Colorado River Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling


Formerly part of the Elktrout Lodge, “Shepardsbend” is the prime fishing spot offering some of the best fly-fishing water available on over 1.5 miles of the Colorado River, providing countless brown, cutthroat and rainbow trout. Located on both sides of the river, the 172-acre property is two hours northwest of Denver in the heart of sportsman country. This is an ideal recreational property for the outdoor enthusiast. $1,850,000. Contact Ron Morris or Billy Long.

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Trees Ranch


Utah v Washington County v Springdale

In the shadows of the majestic Zion National Park and along the banks of the East Fork of the Virgin River is the scenic beauty of Trees Ranch, with its brilliantly colored sandstone cliffs, towering monoliths and grand temples. Carefully assembled over the years by visionary conservationist owners, the ranch is steeped in history and abundant resources. Featuring: surrounded by Zion National Park, Canaan Mountain Wilderness and BLM land; historic water rights; East and North Forks of the Virgin River, Shunes Creek and South Creek meander for over six miles through the ranch; 60-acre Loma Va Reservoir; four homes and several ranch buildings designed by renowned architect William McDonough; and significant conservation values. $30,000,000. Contact Ken Mirr.

Thunder Ranch Utah v Uintah County v Jensen


Along the Utah/Colorado border, adjoining Dinosaur National Monument and five miles of the Green River, lies an unrivaled trophy hunting property and major hay producing ranch at the base of Split Mountain. This 36,200Âą-acre ranch has an incredible diversity of wildlife: elk, mule deer, antelope, wild turkey, waterfowl and sandhill crane. The headquarters unit in Jensen, with 2,000+ acres of lush irrigated hay fields, serves as an oasis and private reserve, attracting game from miles around. With historic water rights (40+ cfs), the area is also steeped in ancient history with numerous caves, petroglyphs and fossils found nearby. This ranch is truly a remarkable and rare combination of world-class hunting, recreation, significant farm income, cattle operation, history and scenic landscapes, all within 15 minutes of a commercial jet airport and the other amenities of Vernal, Utah. Price reduced to $12,500,000. Contact Ken Mirr or Jeff Hubbard.

Cuchara Valley Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta


The historic Cuchara Valley Ranch lies at the base of the Spanish Peaks in southern Colorado. With the trout-rich Cucharas River and three additional creeks, this 4,717Âą-acre ranch includes lush irrigated meadows, cottonwoodlined rivers and creeks and oak brush, aspen, pine and fir trees in the higher elevations. The property has unique geologic Dakota sandstone walls and lava dikes, a waterfall and

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rustic cabin in Chaparral Creek, seven miles of San Isabel National Forest boundary and private trails leading to the Spanish Peaks Wilderness Area. The ranch sits along the Highway of Legends Scenic Byway. Price recently reduced to $9,675,000. Contact Ken Mirr.


Owned and operated by the same family for nearly 100 years, the C Cross C Ranch presents a rare opportunity to acquire one of the last remaining trophy hunting ranches in one of the Colorado’s most desirable areas, just 20 minutes from the resort town of Steamboat Springs. The ranch includes 2,120± deeded acres, almost one

C Cross C Ranch Colorado v Routt Co. v Steamboat Springs

and half miles of the Yampa River, water rights irrigating lush hay fields, unobstructed views of the Flat Tops Wilderness and year-round access off Routt County Road 14 and Highway 131. With

the elevation ranging from 7,200 to 8,800 feet above sea level, the terrain and vegetation on the ranch varies greatly from steep mountainsides with vast stands of fur and aspen. Unique bracken ferns blanket the forest floor in the upper reaches of the ranch, while lush irrigated meadows and pastures make up the landscape at the lower elevations along the river. $9,000,000. Contact Ken Mirr.

Steele Creek Ranch

Bull Mountain Ranch Wyoming v Albany County Colorado v Larimer County


Straddling the Colorado/Wyoming border

Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo

30± miles south of Laramie, Wyoming, Bull Mountain Ranch is a highly desirable combination of a traditional working ranch and high-end sporting property. Numerous game species such as elk, mule deer, pronghorn, black bear, moose, mountain lion and turkey frequent the ranch, which shares 11+ miles


Steele Creek Ranch is one of the most scenic and private mountain frontage ranches on the east

of border with national forest and other

slope of the Big Horn Mountains, and is comprised of 1,890± deeded acres, with another 480

public land. Acreage in both Colorado and

acres of Wyoming State lease and 200 acres BLM lease. The property features an 11,300-square- Wyoming presents a unique opportunity for foot, custom, classically designed log home and a diversity of terrain and habitat from rolling

the ranch owner to participate in both state’s

grasslands to red stone outcroppings and ponderosa pine forests. Steel Creek, a perennial landowner licensing programs. Fishermen will spring-fed stream, dissects the property providing year-round water for the abundant wildlife, also appreciate the 47-acre Rice Reservoir, the including pronghorn, mule deer, elk, Merriam turkey, Hungarian partridge, sage grouse and a large trout in the 1.3 miles of Spring Creek variety of other non-game animals. $8,700,000. Contact Duffy Brown or Ken Mirr.

and more than seven miles of other mountain streams. The ranch consists of 6,460± deeded acres with several thousand acres of BLM, State of Colorado and private leased land. A comfortable owner’s residence, numerous caretakers’ homes/bunkhouses, a large arena, several barns, shop buildings, corrals and numerous other hay lofts and storage structures

South Cooney Hills Ranch


complete the ranch. $6,000,000. Contact Ken Mirr or Mac McWhorter.

Wyoming v Platte County v Wheatland

Offering ideal habitat for diverse game, including trophy elk, mule and whitetail deer, antelope and wild turkey, the South Cooney Hills Ranch also features private fly-fishing along the 3.5± miles of Sybille Creek. Once serving as the headquarters of the historic Swan Land and Cattle Company, the ranch has nearly 11,000 contiguous acres (4,910± deeded, 5,915 leased). At the edge of the Great Plains, the ranch adjoins the foothills of the Laramie Mountain Range and it typifies gorgeous scenery, timbered hillsides, rich grasslands, granite peaks and tree-lined creek bottoms. It is now a cow-calf operation for 500 pair and has ample water for livestock, including Sybille Creek, numerous seasonal drainages, springs and wells. It is three hours north of Denver, and presents an unprecedented value for asset preservation in today’s market. $4,900,000. Contact Ken Mirr.

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Sunlight Ranch Colorado v Garfield Co. v Glenwood Springs


Sunlight Ranch is the largest recreational ranch available in the Roaring Fork Valley, providing easy access to Aspen and Vail and

just six miles from the resort town of Glenwood Springs. The 1,115-acre property includes over one mile of creek frontage, water rights, irrigated hay fields, stocked ponds, tended gardens and manicured landscaping. In addition to varied terrain on the ranch, it also adjoins the White River National Forest, providing unlimited recreational opportunities. This scenic and historic ranch comes complete with a main residence, numerous guest homes, barns and cabins, all in a tranquil, private setting with a mixture of lush meadows, cottonwood-lined creeks and tree-covered hillsides. $15,500,000. Contact Ken Mirr.


Resting just below the Continental Divide adjoining the Routt National Forest, the 1,456acre Roslyn Ranch offers the ideal Colorado scenic recreational and operating ranch. With the private 35-acre Lake Ruby, miles of creeks, tree-lined irrigated meadows, valuable water rights and views of the surrounding mountains, the property includes a historic lodge, cabins and a boathouse situated along the banks of the lake. The ranch also provides fly-fishing, world-class big game hunting for elk, deer and moose and produces exceptional high-quality hay. Located in Jackson County, just 45 miles east of Steamboat, 55 miles from Winter Park, 20 mile south of Walden and within 2.5 hours of Denver. $5,500,000. Contact Ken Mirr.

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Roslyn Ranch Colorado v Jackson County v Rand

Snyder Ranch Colorado v Jackson County v Rand


With over four miles of the headwaters of the Illinois River that meander through the length of the property and 5.5 miles of common boundary with the Routt National Forest, Snyder Ranch is an ideal recreational ranch and sportsman’s paradise. The ranch sits in its own private valley, offering inspiring views of the four separate mountain ranges that make up North Park. With its historic water rights and abundant water resources, the ranch offers a sanctuary to native fish, waterfowl, elk, deer and moose. Located within one hour of Steamboat Springs and Winter Park ski areas, the ranch offers the best of what Colorado has to offer. $5,100,000. Contact Ken Mirr.

Echo Canyon Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta


One of the most geologically unique ranches in southern Colorado, Echo Canyon Ranch lies at the base of the West Spanish Peak in the Cuchara Valley. With an abundance of adjoining public land, trails for hiking and horseback riding, five trout ponds, two year-round creeks, waterfalls, Aspen and




views of the Spanish Peaks and Sangre de Cristo Mountains and well equipped for entertaining large groups of friends and family, this 866-acre ranch offers unlimited recreational adventures. $4,300,000. Contact Mac McWhorter or Ken Mirr.

Smith Ranch Wyoming v Campbell County v Spotted Horse


This great cattle ranch operation lies in some of the strongest grass country in the region. The ranch totals 10,200± acres: 7,240 deeded, 640 state lease and 2,320 BLM lease. Featuring 1,050± acres of dryland/riparian meadow hay production, the balance is native pasture, ample to support the owner rated ranch capacity of 340 animal units (AUs). Aside from the cattle operation, the ranch currently produces significant income through mineral leasing and surface use agreements. The ranch also supports strong numbers of mule deer, pronghorn antelope, and various upland game species as part of the recreational resources of the ranch. $4,926,000. Contact Duffy Brown or Ken Mirr.

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Two and a half miles of river.

Piedra Forks Ranch T

Colorado v Archuleta County Pagosa Springs

There is a place in southwestern Colorado where stunning views, exquisite architecture and two rivers collide. This is Piedra Forks Ranch. Nestled on 169 acres in the Upper Piedra River Valley near Pagosa Springs, Piedra Forks Ranch offers 1.5 miles of East Fork Piedra River frontage and one mile of the Middle Fork Piedra River. With varied terrain, the property boasts abundant wildlife and foliage, as well as a large pond, main home, guest home and two additional cabins. The main home, designed by a Yale School of Architecture Hall


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of Fame inductee Peter H. Dominick, Jr., has been featured in both the Smithsonian and Sunset magazines and boasts an open floor plan with main-floor living, massive river rock Rumford wood fireplace, fantastic natural light and sunrise and sunset porches. A separate 1,476-square-foot, two-bedroom guest/bunk house features a wood-burning fireplace in both the living room and on the covered deck. The 544-square-foot log cabin offers a nice deck and views of the river and mountains. The one-room fishing cabin with a small sleeping loft is adjacent to the East Fork Piedra River. All furnishings, as well as a Snowcat and two snowmobiles are included in the purchase price. Very rarely do majestic views, abundant water and magnificent improvements wind together as they do on this very special ranch. Welcome home. Please contact the listing agents directly: Juli Morelock, 970 946-2137, or Steven Crow, 970 946-2134, v

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Navajo River Estate


Colorado Archuleta County v Pagosa Springs

This beautiful 5,500-square-foot custom log home sits on 35 acres with both sides of the Navajo River and incredible views of the Continental Divide. The property offers fantastic fishing in the river and stocked pond and is fenced and cross-fenced with a great horse setup. Water rights on three separate irrigation ditches are included. This is the largest irrigation system in Archuleta County. $1,695,000. Steven Crow, 970 946-2134,

Powder Keg Ranch Colorado v Archuleta Co. v Pagosa Springs


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


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Blessing Ranch

The Premier Retreat in Northern Colorado Colorado v Larimer County v Livermore


Welcome to Blessing Ranch, the premier destination in Northern Colorado. The ranch is located 35 miles northwest of Fort Collins near Livermore, Colorado and 90 miles from Denver International Airport. Blessing Ranch sits on 166 pristine acres with beautiful views of the Rocky Mountains. Facilities on the ranch include a main house with 4,174 square feet. Enjoy exterior living space with an extensive patio and courtyard, and al fresco dining in the outer courtyard. The guesthouse offers beautiful views of Red Nose Mountain and the Roosevelt National Forest. It has four bedrooms and four baths. There is a 3,081-square-foot barn with three stalls near this home. The Joshua Center, a 7,374-square-foot facility, features a conference room, three fully equipped apartments

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and a professional kitchen. The Joshua Center is perfect for retreats and social events. The Isaiah House has 4.733 square feet with a chapel, functional kitchen, meeting center and living quarters, as well as a professional-style roping arena with a 2,766-square-foot barn with tack room. Blessing Ranch comes functionally furnished for a turn-key operation and is offered at $3,250,000. Showings are by appointment and with qualification. An additional 160 acres adjacent to Blessing Ranch are also available. Beautiful rock outcroppings, a gorge with stream and abundant wildlife. Offered at $750,000. Please contact Patti Phillips for your private tour at 970 222-1928 or For detailed information, please visit

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Halley Meadows Colorado v Larimer County v Fort Collins


Water, Water, Water! The original owners have meticulously cared for this property, which consists of 35 lush irrigated acres with a magnificent custom home. Only 15 minutes to historic Old Town Fort Collins and Colorado State University, a thriving college town voted “Americas Best” by Money magazine, this property includes 38 shares of water for easy and frequent irrigation of the level and lush grass hay pastures. A creek runs through the entire property and attracts ducks and other waterfowl. Enjoy private access to the Douglas Reservoir for fishing. The 60' by 40' barn is equipped with power and water for a multitude of uses: horses, llamas, alpacas, etc. The 5,800-square-foot home was built with only the highest-quality materials and craftsmanship. A few home features consist of slab granite, cherry cabinets and flooring and stainless steel appliances. The mountain views are breathtaking. Contact Dave for a complete information packet and an opportunity to view and purchase this spectacular property. $975,000.


This hunter’s dream ranch features trophy elk, bear, turkey, moose and deer—all consistently seen from the cabin. This very private 40acre mountain ranch consists of lush pasture surrounded by forest, aspen groves and many rock outcroppings at 8,400 feet in elevation. It offers a self-contained cabin (kitchen, bath and loft bedroom) plus a rustic one-room bunkhouse. The property has solar and generator power for the well and lighting. There is also supplemental propane for lighting and the refrigerator. A barn and corrals are attached to a fenced-in pasture. Private access to national forest is just a short distance by foot, four-wheeler or horseback. Private, locked gates secure this ranch. $375,000.

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FTW Ranch Colorado v Larimer County v Fort Collins/Loveland


These 10 close-to-town acres have the feel of being farther out. All paved roads lead you to downtown Loveland, the thriving Centerra area or Interstate 25 to go visit up and down the northern Colorado Front Range cities or the

Dostal Estate Colorado v Larimer County v Loveland/Fort Collins

Colorado Rockies. There is a quality barn with stalls for the horse lover in addition to the expansive outbuildings with finished and heated shop space (includes bathroom) for RVs, classic cars, etc. There is abundant hay (good crop each year) and equipment storage. A builder-owned home with 7,600 finished square feet is unmatched in quality and craftsmanship. Attention to every detail was taken. Custom rustic maple doors and trim, cherry flooring and slab granite are just a few of the high-end materials used. A 1,873-square-foot finished garage is attached to the main home. There is much, much more to describe this magnificent property. Contact Dave for floor plans, a brochure or additional photos. $1,400,000.

Emerald Glade Colorado v Larimer County v Fort Collins


This majestic cedar foothills home in exceptional condition sits on 10 acres only 9.5 miles

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above Fort Collins. Enjoy easy access off fully paved Rist Canyon Road and amazing views of nighttime city lights. The home was expanded and completely remodeled in 2000. A large kitchen features custom cabinets, full slab granite, large island, double ovens and upgraded appliances. Multiple outbuildings are designed for the car/toy enthusiast. The larger shop has a finished office/man cave. A small barn and lush pastures are perfect for the horse lover. A paved driveway was designed for easy turn-around and abundant trailer parking. $700,000. For additional information and photos, visit

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Falcon Cliff Colorado v Pueblo County v Colorado City


Leave the big city behind and enjoy the views of the Greenhorn Mountains, Spanish Peaks and Great Plains. These 153.5Âą acres comprised of four parcels are the perfect place for someone who wants a paved road, barn/indoor arena, fenced pasture, a 5,032-square-foot home, mild winters and lots of blue sky and sunshine. This property is close to schools, stores, the Hollydot 18-hole golf course, national forest, hiking, biking, fishing and hunting. $945,000.

Little Owl Canyon Colorado v Pueblo County v Beulah


This very special, one-of-a-kind property is as unique as it is beautiful. The rock formations that form Little Owl Canyon will keep you in awe. You will find a dove, cross and a heart all in the stone, a petroglyph and so much more. Thought to be spring fed, it provides water for the wildlife and livestock in the area. Grassland provides good grazing. Mountain views, elk, deer and bear are abundant. These 217Âą acres lie just 30 minutes to Pueblo, Lake Pueblo, Lake Isabel or San Isabel National Forest. $640,415.

Signal Mountain Colorado v Pueblo County v Beulah

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Strikingly beautiful describes the open meadows surrounded with tall pines and the snowcapped mountains. Come and watch the wild turkey, fox, deer or bear play from the inviting wraparound deck. Private and secluded in a gated community, these 40 acres offer a year-round home built in 1998 with 4,326 square feet, a barn and community water. Minutes from the small town of Beulah, this property is close to San Isabel National Forest, hunting, fishing, boating and snowmobiling are all nearby. $450,000.

Hills Arena Colorado v Huerfano County v Walsenburg


Perfectly located on I-25, this horse trainer’s dream property is perfect for a stallion station, breeding and/or training. The 136' by 250' ClearSpan, video-enabled, lighted arena has 20 12-foot stalls, pipe runs, all metal, no wood and a roping chute. Several other stall barns make enough for 33 horses. There is a 50' by 100' by 18' hay barn, an outdoor arena and a cute two-bedroom home. These 26¹ acres are all fenced with separate meters and all on city water. $636,000.

Old San Isabel Road


Colorado v Pueblo County v Rye

Bordering San Isabel National Forest, these 37.13 scenic acres have a large, lush green meadow, lots of pine, rustling aspen and picture-perfect views. Acreage is on both sides of the county road, each bordering the forest. Perfect for a summer or year-round home, the ranch offers a great guest cabin site on the other side! There is high-speed Internet and power at the property. This area is known for its great hunting of elk, deer, bear and wild turkey. Fishing at Lake Isabel is only two miles away. Just off of Highway 165, the ranch is less than two hours from the Colorado Springs airport. $269,000.


These 80 beautiful acres are divided into two 40-acre tracts (available for purchase separately). Offering abundant wildlife, this very private property has some nice building sites, meadows, great views, lots of trees, good access, fencing on three sides, power and phone and lots of sunny blue skies. 80 acres, $379,800.

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Tres Vistas Rancheros is 876.87¹ acres of beauty. This is what Colorado is about. You have spectacular views of the canyon to the top of the Majestic Greenhorn Mountain (the highest point in Pueblo County), panoramic views of the Sangre De Cristo Range (also known as The Wet Mountains), the Spanish Peaks, Pikes Peak and the endless vista of the Great Plains. Besides the cattle grazing on the green pastures, there is abundant wildlife. Muddy Creek flows through the property, providing the water for the elk, deer, wild turkey, bear and lion. Truly, this is a hunter’s paradise for the person with a camera, bow, rifle, etc. You can build your home or cabin on one of the many good building sites of your choice. 160 acres of the property (the site of the old home) are separate from the other acreage. The tranquil settings, solitude and easy access and location make this property unique. It lies just 1.5 hours to Colorado Springs and 2.5 hours to Denver. Just 10 minutes to Colorado City,

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Colorado v Pueblo County v Colorado City


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 by a

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

luxury heated Snowcat. The ranch offers exclusive road access to thousands of acres of 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. An unparalleled opportunity offered in its entirety or partnership. $19,000,000. Visit

Elk Creek Meadows Colorado v San Miguel County 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.





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 ultimate solitude. Significant price reduction $16,170,000. $12,900,000. Visit

Indian Hills Ranch


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. $3,975,000. Visit Indian Hills

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Beaver Valley Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


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

Sawtooth Shadows Ranch


New Mexico v Catron County v Datil

NEW LISTING! Rugged scenery combined with trophy elk and mule deer herds makes the 21,700-deeded-acre Sawtooth Shadows Ranch a New Mexico dream ranch for sportsmen with a special appreciation for Southwestern culture, history and landscape. Located in northeastern Catron County near the fabled mesa-top pueblo of Acoma, and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s Double H Ranch. Fortunately for hunters, the ranch shares a 14-mile boundary with the national forest and its elk (many bulls in the 400-plus class) freely range into the pinon/juniper and ponderosa forests of Sawtooth Shadows Ranch, as well. The fact that approximately 30 landowner bull elk tags come with the ranch and that it lies in Hunt Unit 13, a primitive weapons area for elk, makes this ranch perfectly situated as a trophy elk ranch with a distinctive Southwestern flavor. This


PRICE REDUCED! Completely surrounded by private land, the OX Ranch controls 10,000 acres (4,812 deeded, over 5,000 leased state and BLM lands) of productive habitat with

OX Ranch Wyoming v Platte County v Laramie

landowner tags. Giant bucks (180+) and bulls (350+) call this unspoiled “Wyoming Territory” home. Over 40 seeps and springs, one year-round stream and three spring-fed ponds support brook and rainbow trout, mule deer, elk, antelope, mountain lions,

sage grouse and dove. Improvements include ranch has year-round access and lies 20 miles a comfortable three-bedroom home with from Datil, New Mexico. $10,900,000. deck, a hunting cabin and ranch facilities for handling 300 pairs of cattle. Only three hours from Denver. $4,500,000.


PRICE REDUCED! “A treasure in the Sierra

Madre” describes the end-of-the-road Cozy Canyon Ranch, 30 minutes southwest of historic

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Saratoga. Not only is this 640-acre mountain hideaway at 8,000 feet a paradise for mule deer,

Cozy Canyon Ranch Wyoming v Carbon County v Saratoga

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. $3,000,000.

Daymaker Ranch Colorado v Larimer County v Loveland


NEW LISTING. Expansive tracts of true wilderness within an hour’s drive of Colorado’s largest metropolitan area are virtually nonexistent, yet that precisely describes the Daymaker Ranch, Colorado’s Front Range elk and deer hunting preserve. Only eight miles east of the resort town of Estes Park and 10 miles southwest of Loveland, Daymaker Ranch benefits from the large herds of elk and deer protected within the boundaries of Rocky Mountain National Park and the Roosevelt National Forest. The Daymaker occupies over six square miles (about 3,947 deeded acres) of prime Rocky Mountain foothill country, including a mix of ponderosa pines, grasslands, shrublands and three miles of the North Fork of the Little Thompson River. Year-round access to

Southern Cross Ranch

Loveland is a drive of only about 30 minutes via County Road, and Denver International Airport New Mexico v Catron County v Pie Town “World-class” is no exaggeration when is only a little more than an hour away. $12,950,000.


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

Moriah Ranch

numbers of 350- to 400-class bulls that

Wyoming v Albany County v Laramie

deeded). Simply put, the Southern Cross

have free access to its 47,309 acres (33,514


NEW LISTING. In the heart of the rolling foothills and rich grasslands of the southern Laramie controls over 70 square miles of the finest Mountains, Moriah Ranch controls 14,000± total acres (13,047 deeded) of the choicest elk habitat in trophy elk habitat anywhere. A spectacular Wyoming. Herds of 300 or more elk roam freely among the ranch’s plentiful wooded draws, grassy 6,000-square-foot log lodge is the centerpiece glades and rugged granite outcroppings. Plentiful water on the ranch, including several lakes and a year- of the ranch. Southern Cross Ranch has been round stream, is key to its productivity for elk as well as for other game species of mule deer, antelope,

allotted 49 bull elk tags and 14 cow elk tags

mountain lion, bear, sage grouse and waterfowl. Both stream and lake fishing are also found on Moriah

for the 2009-2010 season. The ranch lies two

Ranch, including one large lake that grows monster brown, brookies and rainbow trout (some in excess and a half hours southwest of Albuquerque of 30 inches). This world-class recreational and hunting property already has power and is conveniently and five hours from Phoenix. $25,000,000. located just over an hour’s drive from either Laramie or Wheatland on all-season roads. $11,700,000.


PRICE REDUCED! Cimarron means “wild” in Spanish, and the Big Cimarron River Ranch in southwest Colorado uniquely combines wildness and comfort in a 391-acre package. Surrounded by spectacular cliffs, rock pinnacles and 12,000foot peaks, Big Cimarron River Ranch lies in a

Big Cimarron River Ranch Colorado v Gunnison Co. v Cimarron

setting right out of a Hollywood Western, yet offers all the comforts of home in three beautifully appointed cabins. Wildlife like mule deer, elk and black bear frequent the ranch, and nearly a mile of

trout-filled river tumbles through the property. Power, phone, year-round access and adjoining public land make this piece of wild Colorado as attractive of a mountain retreat as can be found. $2,975,000.

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Antelope Run Ranch

Wyoming v Sublette County v Daniel


Antelope Run Ranch is an astoundingly beautiful 9,800±-acre ranch 30 minutes from Pinedale and 1.5 hours from Jackson Hole. The ranch borders seven miles of the Bridger-Teton National Forest at the base of the Wyoming Range. Included in the sale is a seven-bedroom custom home with stables, a ranch manager’s home, a guesthouse, an indoor and outdoor horse arena with stables and a nine-bay garage with workshop and office. In addition, the property includes a 7,500-foot airstrip on a separate parcel 8± miles from the main ranch headquarters. The two-story, 9,750-square-foot main residence, called the Hill House, was designed by Bartholomew Voorsanger of Voorsanger & Associates and sits on a hill overlooking the ranch. On the main level are the living room, dining room, study, kitchen and the master bedroom with two bath suites and sauna. On the lower level are six bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a game room, a common sitting room with fireplace and a second kitchen. The attendant stable is 1,320 square


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feet and includes four stalls, rubber tiled floor, grooming area and an adjoining fenced corral. The ranch headquarters offers a charming, 2,125-square-foot




with three bedrooms, two and a half baths, vaulted ceilings, rock fireplace, tile floors and a wraparound porch. Completing the home package is an attached two-car garage, perimeter fencing and lush landscaping. Next door is a nine-bay, 4,512-square-foot log garage, which includes a workshop area with a half-bath and a ranch office with an additional half-bath, propane heating stove, tile floors and wireless Internet. The stable has a small bathroom with shower facilities, eight stalls, two tack rooms, palpation cage for veterinarian care, wash bay and saddling area. Attached to the stable is an incredible 20,572-square-foot heated indoor horse arena. If you enjoy the Western thrill of riding horses and roping cattle, you will love the 200' by 300' outdoor arena with roping chutes and alleys. A humble-looking, totally remodeled, 1,620square-foot, log-sided guest cabin overlooks Molly’s






Mountains. Lovingly furnished in Western décor, the cabin has three bedrooms and two baths. The ranch borders seven miles of the BridgerTeton National Forest and has antelope, elk, mule deer, bear, mountain lion, bobcat, moose, fox, coyote, sage grouse, sandhill cranes, raptors, waterfowl and several other bird species. Adjacent to the ranch is a 640-acre Wyoming State land section hosting an elk feed ground with 800± elk wintering annually. Horseback riding, hiking, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling are excellent. The 10 miles of South Horse Creek that flow through the heart of the ranch are large enough to satisfy the avid fisherman. Three large spring-fed ponds offer fantastic fishing as they are stocked with rainbow trout. $29,500,000. v

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Truly a magical place where art and nature coexist, Mountain Spirit Lodge on the Navajo River has some of the best fly-fishing in the lower 48 states. Located in Chromo, Colorado, these 115 acres enjoy a mile of Navajo River frontage with a main lodge, river house, barn and outbuildings. The main lodge is comprised

Mountain Spirit Lodge Colorado v Archuleta County v Chromo

of 6,000 square feet and exudes rustic elegance with four bedrooms, each with a double-sized antique bathtub and wood-burning stove. On the Navajo River, the river house is fully

renovated with four bedrooms, four baths, a kitchen and several fireplaces throughout. The river house is ideal for guest quarters or an owner’s retreat. Mountain Spirit Lodge is a sportsman’s paradise wonderfully suited for families, corporations or anyone looking for a majestic getaway. $5,900,000.

Wind River Ranch Wyoming v Fremont County v Dubois

Yuhas River View Ranch Montana v Missoula County v Missoula


Yuhas River View Ranch lies near the university


NEW LISTING. Comprised of 564 acres, Wind River Ranch boasts 2.5 miles of private trophy trout fishing on the Wind River. The lush riparian ground along the river provides an excellent

town of Missoula and is comprised of 400 acres. habitat for both mule and whitetail deer along with other wildlife in this diverse ecosystem. Boasting .75 mile of Bitterroot River frontage, The 7,400-square-foot riverfront lodge is completely furnished; it includes five bedroom/bath the ranch provides opportunities to fish for

combination suites. The game room, home theater and open floor plan are great additions,

large trout. The riparian terrain surrounding making the Wind River Ranch a special retreat for entertaining guests after a day of fishing. Added the river has cottonwood trees that provide improvements include a riverfront guest cabin, climate-controlled pool house and pool, sauna, exceptional habitat for whitetail deer, turkey, hot tub and tennis court. The 10-stall horse barn includes a concrete alley and a small employee pheasant and partridge. Approximately 28 apartment. The nearby shop has an indoor riding arena and working area. With exceptional acres lie on a high bluff with stunning views

fly-fishing, abundant wildlife and countless recreational amenities in proximity to the resort

of the entire property and surrounding valley. community of Jackson Hole, the Wind River Ranch offers the “true ranch” feel. $2,800,000.


This portion of the ranch is adjacent to the Blue

Rocking B Ranch is comprised of 84 acres at the

Mountain Recreation Area, providing access to

foot of the Gros Ventre Mountains in the Hoback

over 5,500 acres of forest and trails. This unique

River Valley, just outside of Bondurant and only

Montana ranch has it all: close proximity to a

45 minutes from the resort town of Jackson

major city, onsite live water, a riparian corridor,

Hole. A quarter-mile of enhanced Hoback River

surrounding mountain views, pastureland and development possibilities. Now $4,900,000, Was $5,850,000. (17% Off)

Rocking B Ranch Wyoming v Sublette Co. v Bondurant

frontage, a traditional western free-stone stream that feeds into the Snake, straddles the ranch and provides excellent fly-fishing for cutthroat trout. Improvements include a golf practice area,

extensive landscaping, eight-stall barn, guesthouse with sleeping for 10, including kitchenette and living room, caretaker’s home, and stunning two-bedroom main residence on the banks of the river. With two ponds stocked with cutthroat trout, Rocking B offers the sportsman, beginner fly-fisherman


P.O. Box 9240 • Jackson, WY 83002

or children the chance to test their skills and refine techniques with the opportunity to catch a sizable

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prize. This property is fully furnished and all ranch equipment is included. Rocking B is impeccably

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maintained and an onsite ranch manager adds to this already turn-key investment. $2,129,000.


NEW LISTING. Never before offered for sale, Riverbend on the North Platte is a timeless estate overlooking the North Platte River in Saratoga. This stunning recreational ranch on 110 acres is the ideal retreat in an extraordinary setting. Mule deer, elk, antelope, moose and more call this land home with 60 miles of blue-ribbon trout water, teeming with wild rainbow and brown trout. This premier property boasts 17,500+ square feet of living space, comprised of the 9,000-square-foot

Riverbend on the North Platte Wyoming v Carbon County v Saratoga

main house, with a gourmet kitchen, billiards room and wine cellar, plus the 3,300-square-foot guest home. This elegant retreat also offers a shooting range, woodworking shop, separate executive office suite, greenhouse, and expansive hobby or exercise room. Enjoy the crisp mountain air, blue skies and sunshine in a stunning setting, which is all accessible by private aircraft that can land at the lighted 8,800-foot airstrip 15 minutes from Riverbend. $4,675,000.

Upper 84 Ranch Nebraska v Lincoln County v Brady


NEW LISTING. Former Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl tight end and owner Jay Novacek refers to the Upper 84 Ranch as a little slice of heaven in Nebraska. Consisting of 3,268 deeded acres, this property is beautiful cedar-covered hill country 30 minutes from North Platte Regional Airport. A tremendous hunting property with abundant wildlife and 1,200± acres in high fence, a portion of the ranch was once operated as a hunting preserve. The 7,875-square-foot luxury home with high-end finishes could be utilized as the personal residence or converted to a high-end lodge. The property is equipped to be a working cattle and/or horse ranch with corrals, a 20,000-square-foot “barn” with heated stalls, an indoor riding arena and guest rooms. Upscale improvements with turn-key hunting and ranching amenities make this ranch ideal for an individual, group or corporate retreat. Previously listed with another firm at $6,000,000, Live Water Properties has it priced to sell now. $3,500,000.


NEW LISTING. Darlington Spring Creek Ranch is an exceptional recreational ranch situated in the lower Madison Valley outside of Three Forks, Montana. Consisting of 108 acres,

Metolius Riverfront Parcel Oregon v Jefferson Co. v Camp Sherma


NEW LISTING. Metolius Riverfront Parcel is comprised of 5.99± acres that represent the last undeveloped and fully deeded lot with 300 feet of frontage on the famed Metolius River. This oneof-a-kind parcel possesses 200 feet of frontage on Lake Creek, a large tributary to the Metolius River and lies on a level, buildable lot providing a number of building sites. The gin-clear Metolius River is a unique fishery that supports fly fishing only. The river boasts challenging

Darlington Spring Creek Ranch Montana v Gallatin Co. v Three Forks

the property boasts three-quarters of a mile of Darlington Spring Creek, a classic spring creek containing the water quality and wildlife habitat anglers dream about. Improvements include a well-built 4,060-square-foot, farmstyle home built in 2004 with four bedrooms, three baths and a three-car garage. The property

and wily rainbows yet plays host to one of the healthiest bull trout populations in the western United States. The resort community of Bend, Oregon, is less than an hour away, while Sisters is a short 30-minute drive. Access to world-class rainbow and bull trout fisheries, proximity to renowned public lands and two ski resorts, and the last developable lot on the Metolius River, makes this property an ideal opportunity for a family or corporate legacy retreat. $1,250,000.

is bordered on the west by over 800 acres of state land that provides direct access to the Madison River and Darlington Ditch. The Darlington Ditch runs along the western boundary of the property and has undergone habitat restoration projects sponsored by Trout Unlimited. The area is well known as a major waterfowl flyway and other wildlife includes pheasant, Hungarian partridge, geese, duck and whitetail deer. Location,

P.O. Box 9240 • Jackson, WY 83002

recreation, outstanding fishing and the spring creek habitat makes Darlington Spring Creek

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Ranch a phenomenal rarity in all of Gallatin County. $1,200,000.

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BEST WEST of the

Whiskey Creek Ranch


his is possibly the finest

mountain land in the foothills of

combination of big game

the Blue Mountains have open

hunting and cattle ranch

meadows, valleys and canyons

available on the market today.

with majestic views, springs, ponds

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and seasonal creeks. Estimated

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elevation ranges from 1,790 feet at

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base of property and 3,285 feet at

Washington v Walla Walla County v Waitsburg


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the peak. This is a place where you can own those cattle you’ve always wanted, a place you can ride your ATVs or horses as a professional guide. The ranch is less than an hour north of Walla Walla Wine Country in eastern Washington; 20 minutes south of historic Dayton with wine, dining and luxury accommodations; close to historic Depot with museums and art galleries, as well as camping, boating, fishing, hiking and even a ski resort. This hunter’s paradise offers elk, whitetail and mule deer, black bear, chucker, wild turkey, pheasant and quail—a hunting haven with endless opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. Enjoy a remote cabin/hunting lodge with a separate game cleaning area with a small walk-in cooler. This ranch offers many attractive amenities to an owner/operator or anyone desiring to invest in a parcel of eastern Washington’s unique beauty. MLS# 108763. $3,361,750.

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Double A Ranch Wyoming v Fremont County v Lander


The Double A Ranch was homesteaded in the 1880s and has been managed by the same person since 1974. The ranch has a one state lease, east across Highway 131. Double A Ranch is 4± miles from Lander and contiguous from Highway 131 to forest boundary. For the last

Sheep Rock Ranch

few years, the property has run yearling, with

Wyoming v Carbon County v Saratoga


450–500 head for five months and the 200 dry This outstanding ranch on the North Platte River outside Saratoga has 2,777± acres with lush cows for 30–60 days, or as the snow will permit. meadows and 2,563± acres with adjudicated water rights. Enjoy gorgeous views of surrounding Prior to grass operation, a 500–600 head cow/ mountains and local landmark Sheep Rock, as well as blue ribbon fishing in the North Platte calf operation ran. Although there has not been

River and the amazing fishery of Jack Creek for four miles. There are also two spring-fed fishing

hay production in quite some time, 1,100± ponds within ranch boundaries that are stocked with cut bows, browns and rainbow trout. tons were once produced. Double A Ranch has These spring creeks feeding the ponds could be developed for even more fishing. The ranch 2,400 deeded acres (600 irrigated) and borders lies virtually adjacent to Saratoga with an 8,400-foot airstrip, yet private with views, good 3--X Ranch to the south $6,000,000.

fishing and hunting. $12,000,000.

Neely Ranch Wyoming v Sweetwater County v Big Piney


The Neely Ranch is comprised of 1,026± acres that cover high alpine topography, with rolling sagebrush hills, groves of aspen trees and willows lining the draws. To the northern boundary, national forest sprawls for thousands of acres, giving the ranch easy access to wildlife and recreational opportunities. Two miles of Chall and Little Beaver Creeks, which converge on the property, provide good fishing. Wetlands around the creeks are a habitat for waterfowl and moose, adding more wildlife to the ambience. Enjoy gorgeous views of the Wind River, Gros Ventre and Wyoming Ranges. $2,000,000.


Fish Creek Ranch Preserve is a gorgeous property outside Laramie with easy access to both Fort Collins, Colorado and Cheyenne, Wyoming. This outstanding 3,274-squarefoot home on Lot 5 of this reserve is offered.

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It has access to Roosevelt National Forest,

Fish Creek Ranch Estate Wyoming v Albany County v Laramie

which borders the property on the south, and many different varieties of wildlife and fishing opportunities. Only 14 35-acre lots share 3,752 acres of Fish Creek Ranch. $975,000.

3—X Ranch Wyoming v Fremont County v Lander


These 1,200± deeded acres back up to the eastern front of the Wind River Mountains, with state 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 100+ calf/cow pairs in its current configuration. Two artesian wells supply water

Barney Ranch

to three reservoirs stocked with trout. One well

Wyoming v Sublette County v Big Piney

well could be expanded to far exceed these

flows 350 gpm and another is 100 GPM. Another


Barney Ranch is a spread of 10,000± deeded acres as well as associated leases on the Green River flow rates and the reservoirs can be enlarged to in northwest Wyoming. In addition to being a well-run livestock operation, the ranch has several provide an even larger fishing resource. The 350± miles of the Green River with its outstanding fishing. Over half of the 10,000± deeded acres have

irrigated acres once produced 300 tons, but are

water rights, and the ranch runs 2,000 animal units in a cow/calf to yearling operation. The ranch now utilized for grazing. With over two miles of has three units on the river, each with a full complement of improvements. It runs from river Squaw Creek and its tributaries, the ranch lies at bottomland to national forest in a series of pastures. It is a traditional “cowboy” cattle operation a canyon choke point, creating an amphitheater with the cattle moved from area to area by trailing the herd on horseback. In addition to the in the heart of the ranch. This increasingly rare outstanding fishing, there is abundant wildlife, including waterfowl, whitetail and mule deer and large holding in the highly sought after Lander moose. $22,500,000.

area is only four miles to Lander. $3,400,000.

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


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


Little Jack Creek Ranch lies just under the Continental Divide at the headwaters of Little Jack Creek, about 20 miles west of Saratoga and 35 miles south of Rawlins. It starts at the very beginning of Little Jack Creek in a picturesque setting of pine and

Little Jack Creek Wyoming v Carbon County v Saratoga

aspen with beaver ponds on the creek. This very private location has brook trout fishing in the creek and ponds; hunting for deer, elk and antelope; and excellent pasture for cattle

grazing (from late spring to fall). Little Jack Creek ranch has 1,218+ deeded acres with 975 state lease acres and a BLM allotment of 307 AUMs. $1,827,000.

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A True

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Colorado Legacy





Colorado landmark is located in the Upper Pine River Valley, just 28 miles northeast of the historic,

resort town of Durango. This ranch lies along the headwaters of the Pine River just upstream from Vallecito Lake, one of Colorado’s largest and most beautiful. Situated at the southern end of a secluded valley, and surrounded by the largest road-less area in Colorado, the Piedra Wilderness Study Area, as well as the Weminuche Wilderness, which together provide outdoor enthusiasts such as hikers, equestrians, mountain bikers, big game hunters and anglers direct access to more than 2.5 million acres of the San Juan National Forest. The picturesque 152 acres include meadows, aspen and mixed conifer forest as well as good water rights, mineral rights and use/access easements. This ranch has four stocked trout ponds as well as on-ranch streams ideal for fishing in addition to the nearby Gold Medal waters of the Animas and San Juan Rivers as well as the record setting lake fishing of Vallecito. The property has approximately 20 acres of landscaping and infrastructure including a 10,000-square-foot lodge with modern, commercial kitchen and pantry, master dining, entertaining and fireside rooms, nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms, retail store, storage room and two


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offices with T-1 Internet access. Adjacent to the lodge are five duplex cabins and five cabin suites with modern amenities, a ranch manager’s house, tool shop, massage studio, heated 72’ pool with indoor Jacuzzi tub, two laundry facilities and more. The equine facilities and improvements include four barns and five corrals, an arena and fences around and throughout the property. The lodge, duplex cabins and two of the barns are historic buildings built between 1947 and 1949, using over 3,000 board feet of timber harvested from the ranch and national forest. The lodge fireplaces, doors, light fixtures, lamps and other furnishings were also handcrafted from the ranch and adjoining area using natural materials and historic items such as antique cavalry stirrups, horseshoes and ore wagon wheels from the area’s turn of the century past. The condition of the entire property is excellent as all buildings, fences and corrals have been well built and maintained. With year-round accessibility, proximity to Durango, unequaled access to the San Juan National Forest and now being offered for the first time in over 42 years, this ranch is a true Colorado legacy and exceptional, premier investment

Colorado v La Plata County v Durango

property. Offered for $5,900,000. v

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Rawhide Ranch


Elk Canyon Ranch

This superb ranch lies 4.5 miles southwest of Lusk, and is one of the most amazing ranches offered in today’s market. The entire ranch is contiguous, consisting of 13,918± total acres: 12,065 deeded,

South Dakota Fall River County v Hot Springs





Wyoming v Niobrara & Goshen Counties v Lusk

1,120 State of Wyoming lease and 733 BLM lease. This rare, exceptional offering presents the



opportunity to own and run a large self-sustaining cattle operation capable of running 600± cows

annually in an area of Wyoming that remains unpopulated and undeveloped. Over 9 miles of live contiguous, 7,116-deeded-acre ranch with water traverse the ranch. Abundant wildlife includes a residential elk herd in the widely dispersed scenic views of the Black Hills to the north, ponderosa pine and cedar tree-covered ridges. $11,500,000. Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. seven miles of live water and excellent recreational opportunities all just 30 minutes from Hot Springs and Custer State Park. Additional water resources include three stock dams, ponds and windmills along with several miles of new pipeline for excellent water to 23 stock tanks strategically located throughout





farmable acres, this ranch is owner-rated are 250 cow/calf pairs year-round or 725 yearlings for summer grazing. The northern

Duck Creek Ranch Wyoming v Niobrara County v Lusk


part has a ranch-style residence with a set of This extremely productive and well-balanced ranch is 16 miles east of Lusk, Wyoming and consists of working corrals and several outbuildings. At 5,170 deeded acres and 2,435 State of Wyoming lease acres for a total of 7,605± acres. U.S. Highway 20 the southern end, there is an excellent set of

divides the ranch into two units. There are 1,355± irrigated acres under nine low-pressure pivots, each improvements including a custom-designed with its own well. Four additional wells provide stock water to tanks strategically located throughout the log home with 7,000-square-foot, wraparound ranch. Improvements include two houses, several outbuildings, exceptional cattle working facilities and porch and attached two-car garage, a calving two large feedlots constructed of continuous fence. The feedlots are capable of holding approximately barn, horse barn and shop. $5,500,000. 3,000 head of cattle. The ranch is rated as a 600-cow/calf operation year-round. The rolling terrain of the Cory Clark, 307 334-2025.

Duck Creek Ranch is home to numerous species of wildlife. $5,500,000. Cory Clark, 307 334-2025.


Piney Creek Ranch lies southeast of Story on US Highway 193. This picturesque property consists of 900± deeded acres and 160 acres State of Wyoming lease for a total of 1,060± acres. Piney Creek offers excellent fishing opportunities as it traverses between the western to eastern

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


boundaries of the property for 1.5± miles. In

Piney Creek Ranch

addition, the property’s natural beauty and the

Wyoming Sheridan & Johnson Counties v Story

Lake DeSmet provide abundant opportunities

scenic views of the Big Horn Mountains and for outdoor enthusiast and sportsman alike. The

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diverse topography and tree and brush cover provide excellent habitat for mule deer, whitetail deer,

elk, antelope, upland birds and wild turkeys. Reduced to $5,400,000. Cory Clark, 307 334-2025.

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This exceptional 28,453±-acre low-overhead grass ranch 11 miles from Kaycee has 25,973 deeded acres, 880± BLM acres and 1,600 state lease acres. Easily accessible year-round, the ranch is ownerrated at 700 cow/calf pairs. An excellent water system supplies 39 tanks strategically located throughout the ranch along 30± miles of pipeline. Numerous reservoirs provide additional water for livestock and wildlife. Outstanding improvements include three custom-built log homes constructed in 1999, each with many outstanding features, as

Pine Ridge Ranch Wyoming v Johnson County v Kaycee

well as indoor and outdoor cattle-working facilities, pipe corrals, barns, an arena, certified scales, feedlot with a seven-bin feed storage and mixing system with covered unloading area, shop and much more. Enjoy beautiful views of the Big Horn Mountains and Pine Ridge to the west and abundant wildlife: trophy mule deer, upland game birds, turkey and antelope. $8,700,000. Cory Clark, Mark McNamee or Denver Gilbert, 307 334-2025.

Three Iron Ranch


Montana v Carter County v Ekalaka

This traditional cattle ranch 35± miles southeast of Ekalaka, Montana consists of 10,866 total acres: 4,656 deeded acres, 640 acres state lease, 70 BLM lease acres and 5,500 acres U.S. Forest Service lease for a summer grazing permit in the Custer National Forest. There are 350 acres hay

Red Rock Canyon Ranch Wyoming v Albany County v Laramie


This majestic, 640-acre, fully fenced hunting

property has cool flowing spring water, worldground and an owner-rated carrying capacity of 325 cow/calf pairs year-round. Wells, windmills, class wildlife and tremendous grass cover. Enjoy springs, reservoirs and several year-round creeks with miles of natural protection provide ample stunning views of Elk Mountain, Medicine water throughout the ranch. There is a nice set of improvements and abundant wildlife: trophy

Bow Peak, Laramie Peak and the Medicine whitetail and mule deer, a resident elk herd, wild turkey and upland game birds. Price reduced Bow Range of the Rocky Mountains from atop to $2,900,000. Denver Gilbert, 406 697-3961 or Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. cedar and pine tree-lined canyons and draws. A beautiful stream with waterfalls is surrounded

Four Mile Ranch

by grassy meadows, aspen groves and granite

Wyoming v Johnson County v Kaycee

world-class bighorn sheep, elk, mule deer and

outcroppings. Ideal wildlife habitat is home to antelope. Thirty miles north of Laramie, this rare offering provides exceptional access, private road seclusion and power approximately half a mile from property. Price reduced to $659,000. Mark McNamee, 307 760-9510.


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 Denver Gilbert, 307 334-2025.

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This estate provides an elegant, rural lifestyle in the midst of a busy, coveted county. Only last year it underwent a complete makeover, adding new siding, fresh interior finishes and a remodel into larger spaces. The 28acre property lies at the end of a quiet, treed cul-de-sac. The land is zoned Agricultural and comprises large open fields and over 350 trees within mature landscaping around a




features include an indoor pool and family

Private Estate

entertainment area, five bedrooms and seven baths, an attached four-car garage and a large

Colorado v Boulder County v Niwot

detached workshop. $2,995,000.


Given the trend towards organic farming, this 40acre model operation was established three years ago. It now includes a three-bedroom executive residence and a one-bedroom accessory dwelling unit for a farm manager, within an extensive but simple infrastructure for the farming operation. The gardens around the property are spectacular and designed with a French flair. They overlook an orchard and the open fields, and beyond to the Flatirons. Thirty-six shares of Left Hand Ditch are included in the offer. This water is

Organic Horse Farm Colorado v Boulder County v Boulder

delivered by way of the Swede Ditch where it is temporarily held in a pond pending application to the various crops. $2,850,000.

Spring Gulch Colorado v Larimer County v Lyons

The KL Team 4535 Broadway Boulder, CO 80304

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On offer are two adjacent parcels totaling 56 acres. One is a 7-acre building lot abutting (and with access to) the Roosevelt National Forest for unlimited trail riding. The main parcel includes an elegant 4,000-square-foot residence, a detached three-car garage with an exercise room beneath, a three-stall barn with runs, tack room and hay storage, large workshop and equipment storage building and a loafing shed with extensive pastures. The land is made up of rolling meadows and

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granite-topped hills with a perennial spring feeding a pond. Views are expansive and take in the Front Range and foothills. $1,675,000.

Elk Park Ranch Colorado v Boulder County v Allenspark


This secluded and stunningly appealing land is hard to match along the Front Range. Typified by long, fertile meadows bounded by granitic ridges and woodland, the land is separated from settlements by a single ridge, but is otherwise remotely located at the end of a largely countymaintained gravel road. A total of 467 acres is on offer in three parcels, but the seller may be willing to negotiate different splits. The land is protected by a conservation easement, and five building lots are available. A creekside cabin, an old ranch homestead and a large storage building exist. $4,250,000.


Nestled in the heart of Boulder County, this profitable operation caters to a diverse clientele. Commercial equestrian zoning

Horse Boarding Facility Colorado v Boulder County v Boulder

is a valuable asset in the county and this, along with good management, results in a full complement of horses at all times. The 41 acres come with an equivalent number of Left Hand Ditch water shares and a complete equestrian setup, including one indoor and two outdoor arenas, stalls with runs, loafing sheds, a hay barn and offices. The homestead and an accessory dwelling unit form the accommodation.





pastureland are available. $2,250,000.

Irrigated Horse Farm Colorado v Boulder County v Longmont

The KL Team 4535 Broadway Boulder, CO 80304


These 29 acres of fabulous farmland have a 5,200-square-foot, post-and-beam-framed house and a prime Boulder County location. With a three-stall barn and runs, fenced horse pastures, an

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outdoor arena, a workshop and loafing sheds, it is perfect for a private horse operation. Ten shares of Swede Ditch, supplemented by a Lykin’s Gulch water right, are held in a pond for irrigating. The six-bedroom, six-bath house commands clear views of the imposing Longs Peak from a bright, open kitchen/living area. $1,395,000.

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Mountain View Retreat Montana v Park County v Paradise Valley


The custom home, guesthouse, barn/shop and 30 acres are located in Yellowstone Trails, a private community with multiple amenities. Aptly named, there are miles of designated equestrian, hiking and biking trails within the Yellowstone Trails as well as a deeded, defined access to the Yellowstone River in Paradise Valley and two private stocked ponds; all for the use and enjoyment of the homeowners. The ponds are within a “stone’s throw” of the home. Large pastures are fenced and cross-fenced with post and rail to be aesthetically pleasing as well as being “horse-friendly”. In addition, there are incredible 360-degree views, custom features in the one-level-living home and guesthouse, relatively maintenance-free construction, convenience to area attractions, 20 minutes to Livingston, quiet surroundings and a mile from the K-8 Arrowhead School. $1,325,000.

Luxury Cabin on the Boulder Montana v Park County v McLeod


Fly-fishing on the Boulder River above the “Natural Bridge” is well-known for its quality. As a result, property is highly sought, but seldom found in this tightly held area. This is a great opportunity to own deeded access to the Boulder River, a quality built and inviting home and access to the 5-acre pond on which it fronts. The luxury two-bedroom, two-bath cabin

Gwen Wagner, Broker/Owner

was architecturally designed and built in 2007 with considerable thought given to creating a

P.O. Box 972 • Livingston, MT 59047

sense of extreme privacy and quality living space. Moose, mountain bluebirds, bear, geese, elk

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and other native wildlife frequent the neighborhood. The view shed is protected by mature


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landscaping, forest service land, Mount Contact and neighboring meadows. Private residence, vacation rental or group purchase potential. $595,000.

Dancing Wind Ranch


Montana v Park County v Livingston

For the individual who is seeking a working ranch in a spectacular setting, yet conveniently located to area amenities, Dancing Wind Ranch is unique. Only 10 miles south of Livingston, in Paradise Valley, the ranch offers extreme privacy without being remote. Currently self-contained and supporting a 225 cow/calf operation. The improvements are in excellent condition and include an 8,100±-square-foot, Jonathan Foote-designed and OSM-built home, two custom barns, manager’s home, guesthouse, shop and helicopter hangar, outdoor arena and supporting outbuildings. Terrain ranges from valley meadows and the rushing waters of Pine Creek to the mountain meadow, which cradles the executive home. Pool Creek, South Fork Deep Creek and Pine Creek provide aesthetic drama and irrigation water for the ranch. The integrity of the ranch has been enhanced by the current owner (only the second since the late 1800s) and can pass to the new owner as a “turn-key” operation. $33,000,000.

Pool Creek Haven


Montana v Park County v Livingston

This is a gem in the heart of Paradise Valley, located 10 miles south of Livingston on Pool Creek. Accessed via a private paved drive, the 19+ acres and improvements front on Dancing Wind Ranch. Mature fruit trees, flower gardens and landscaping complement meandering Pool Creek, which flows through the property year-round. The back porch overlooks the creek. The mountains forming the head of the Pine Creek drainage frame the magnificent views to the east. The irrigated meadows of Pool Creek Haven and the hay meadows of Dancing Wind Ranch provide a pastoral setting to the south. Improvements are in very good condition and include:

Gwen Wagner, Broker/Owner

one-level living in the three-bedroom, two- and one-half-bath home, a large shop, small green

P.O. Box 972 • Livingston, MT 59047

house and an additional detached garage. There is pipe and wire fencing. Wildlife abounds. It is

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convenient to Yellowstone Park, Livingston, airports, shopping, galleries, medical facilities and western activities. $895,000. Volume 43 Farm&Ranch West


Diamond T Ranch Idaho v Bannock County v Downey


This is a solid cattle-hay-grain combination that runs about 1,000 animal units, ships 100,000 bushels of grain and sells 1,500 tons of excess alfalfa hay. The Diamond T Ranch has been carefully assembled over the past 15 years to reliably support the “hard-to-find” 1,000-head scale most commercial cattlemen feel is mandatory for success in the beef industry. This well-located and productive operation contains 6,315 acres of deeded land and is comprised of the following land types: 1,185 acres of irrigated cropland; 830 acres of dry farmland in production; 2,560 acres of improved rangeland— most could be converted to dry farm; 1,740 acres of native range land; Summer BLM and USFS grazing permits for 900 pair of cattle; extraordinary cattle-handling facilities plus a large calving barn and electronic scales; and good improvements for grain and machinery storage. With experienced management, the Ranch will consistently support about 825 brood cows, 135 replacement heifers and 40 range bulls on a year ’round basis. Calving

Bates • Sanders • Swan Land Company

starts in January with steer and heifer calves averaging 640 pounds when shipped. The Ranch easily produces sufficient alfalfa and grass hay to winter feed 1,000 head of mature beef cattle. Additionally, irrigated grain crops average about 90 bushels per acre. The Farm Services Office reports an average of 39 bushels for dry farm wheat. The Diamond T Ranch is located west of Downey, Idaho and enjoys excellent access to Interstate 15 and US Highway 30 for easy movement

Salt Lake City, Utah

of cattle and grain crops to markets. Machinery and equipment plus a good herd of commercial

800 819-9920

Black Angus cattle are also available at separate treaty. Complete information may be downloaded

Bozeman, Montana

at Hardcopy brochures are available and Buyers’ Brokers are welcome to

866 999-7342

inquire. Offered at $7,113,540 by a Motivated Seller. This Place Generated a Net Cash Return of


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7.47% in 2010. Please Call Patrick Bates at 801-560-4259 or Sam Sanders at 801-694-2092.


Triple R Ranch is a productive 6,154-acre hay and grain operation about five miles west of Snowville. It currently irrigates 3,658 acres and has total water rights for 4,601 acres. There are 28 center pivots and six wheel-lines. Land, water and infrastructure are in place for six additional pivots. All 9 wells have flow meters and are interconnected with all pivots and valved for efficient distribution. A recently-

Triple R Ranch

approved Water Use Change Application provides greater flexibility in maximizing usage

Utah v Box Elder County v Snowville

of current wells and water rights. The Ranch is

planted to 80% alfalfa and 20% grain. This operation has an owner or manager’s home, hired man’s home and heated shop along with several metal storage buildings and hay storage structures. It handles off-season cattle grazing with numerous year ’round stock troughs, two sets of corrals and chutes and a solid set of livestock scales. Offered for $9,107,800 Cash. Please Call David Packer at 801-419-9932.


Here is one of the most strategically situated blocks of deeded land in the Rocky Mountain West. Located less than 60 minutes from Salt Lake City, this 3,410-acre block is at the end of a paved, county-maintained road. The Reserve is in a Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit to maximize its big game hunting potential. Other than perimeter and cross fences, there are no improvements, providing a blank

Huff Creek Reserve Utah v Summit County v Coalville

canvas for the next owner. It borders one of Utah’s largest deeded and professionally managed elk and mule deer hunting ranches. A beautiful reservoir and fine trout stream are just 20 minutes west. Zoned for 25 homesites, this holding is a viable candidate for a conservation easement with the attendant tax deductions. Currently about 100 head of cattle are summer-grazed to maintain favorable “green belt” property tax treatment, $745.00 in 2010. Competitively Offered at $4,975,000 by a Motivated Seller - just $1,350 an acre! Please Call Sam Sanders at 801-694-2092.

Marchant Weber River Ranch Utah v Summit County v Peoa


This unusually attractive 160-acre parcel straddling one of Northern Utah’s most desirable stretches of private trout water is only 15 minutes from Park City and 35 miles from Salt Lake City. The

Bates • Sanders • Swan Land Company

Marchant Meadow Ranch controls close to three-quarters of a mile on both banks of the Weber River and is only 1.5 miles south of Rockport Lake, a fine incubator for strong populations of German

Salt Lake City, Utah

brown, rainbow and cutthroat trout. Solid 1861 decreed water rights round out this wonderfully

800 819-9920

enjoyable investment opportunity. The Ranch fronts on State Highway 32 with electrical, telephone

Bozeman, Montana

and natural gas services available. Offered at $3,350,000 By an Old-Line Pioneer Family Motivated to Finalize Estate Planning. Please Call Patrick Bates at 801-560-4259.

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Estrella River Ranch California v San Luis Obispo County v Paso Robles


This 720±-acre ranch perfectly situated in beautiful Paso Robles, midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, presents excellent vineyard and orchard potential. The remarkable Estrella River Ranch is isolated, yet conveniently located just 12 miles from downtown Paso Robles. The land features six certified parcels and is improved with a freshly remodeled residence. The property also offers a shop, barn, reservoir, electricity and telephone service. A domestic well and two irrigation wells equipped with electric turbine pumps supply water. $9,000,000.

Miramonte Ranch California v San Luis Obispo County v San Luis Obispo


A coastal cattle ranch, ideal for grazing, the 1,360±-acre Miramonte Ranch lies in the stunning Irish Hills right outside San Luis Obispo. Comprising 15 certificated parcels, Miramonte

Clark Company Pete Clark

Ranch presents waterfalls, rock outcroppings and native tree forests while also offering astounding views of mountains, valleys and the

1031 Pine Street • Paso Robles, CA 93446

Pacific Ocean. This unique ranch, with plentiful

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water, charming farmhouse, barn, corrals and


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abundant recreational opportunities, is a truly spectacular place to call home. $5,500,000.

Premier Wine Country Estate

California v San Luis Obispo County San Miguel


This 95.82±-acre property with abundant water lies just four miles from Highway 101 in the heart of Central Coast Wine Country. The estate includes a 66±-acre organically farmed vineyard (18.9± acres of Merlot and 47.7± acres of Cabernet) and is improved with a 2,800-square-foot home, guest and labor residences and equestrian facilities. The homes and horse facilities have been fully rented for the past five years, producing an annual income of $62,000. Seller financing is available. $3,600,000.

O’Dell Ranch California v San Luis Obispo & Monterey Cos. San Miguel


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 well-maintained road system. The 3,286.26± acres are positioned in both San Luis Obispo and Monterey Counties, offering magnificent, panoramic views of the rolling hillsides and surrounding areas. $6,750,000.

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.

Clark Company

Encompassing 891± acres, this historic thoroughbred ranch is complemented by multiple

Pete Clark

residences, numerous outbuildings, wells, barns and equestrian facilities, including a track. The

1031 Pine Street • Paso Robles, CA 93446

ranch has 150± acres of planted alfalfa, including acreage suitable for potential irrigation, with

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Black Ranch

Rancho Cortina

California v Tehama County v Red Bluff

California v Colusa County v Arbuckle



The historic 5,844±-acre ranch lies just 17 miles from Red Bluff. It offers 3.5 These 5,400 deeded acres lie just 115 miles north of San Francisco, miles of year-round Elder Creek, 12 ponds (three more than 3 acres in size) surrounded by thousands of acres of public land. In the Williamson and rolling oak grasslands for great habitat for blacktail deer, wild pig, turkey, Act, this recreational dream has great blacktail deer, turkey, bear, pig, quail, dove, predator hunting and an occasional bear. In the Williamson quail and dove, a great road system, springs, 20+ ponds, a cowboy Act, the ranch features a house, barn, corral and runs 500 cows. Owner cabin, 20 gpm solar well, miles of blue line creeks and runs 250 pair. financing is available. Price reduced by $1,600,000 to $5,900,000.

Price reduced to $3,850,000.

Cloud Rim Ranch California v Siskiyou County v Fort Jones


In the Marble Mountains of Northern California, this ranch features 1,200± farmland, pasture, hillside and residential acres, 300 acres of hay fields and 400 acres of cattle pasture. Three homes include the main house with a tack room and corrals, separate office, pool, hot tub and a one-bedroom guesthouse. Enjoy winter recreation at Mt. Ashland and Mt. Shasta, whitewater challenges on Scott and Salmon Rivers and boating and skiing opportunities beckon from Lakes Shasta and Trinity. $4,850,000.

Circle F Ranch California v Mendocino County v Yorkville


This 3,246-acre ranch in Mendocino County offers ocean views, a private vineyard, steelhead spawning streams, redwood forests, a

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house, barns, beautiful meadows, great wildlife and privacy! The ranch has a nice, remodeled 1,900-square-foot home with three bedrooms and two baths, a red barn, older barn and several outbuildings and cabins. Springs, creeks and ponds are also on the ranch, as well as, great pig and deer hunting. You can run up to 150 head of cattle. Whether you like to hike or ride horses, ATVs or jeeps, this property is a recreational playground! $6,999,000.


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Enjoy 1,514 acres of your own private valley with pristine mountain meadows and emerald forests. 9,000-square-foot custom log home offers six bedrooms, eight baths, six fireplaces and a gourmet kitchen. The ranch features seven homes, a hunting cabin, country store, headquarters office, blacksmith shop, 10 barns, 11 ponds, a lake and four creeks providing great fishing and kayaking. Two hours northwest of Reno or three hours northeast of Sacramento, the ranch has an onsite heliport and two local airports that will accommodate private aircrafts. The ranch currently runs 190 Black Angus cows on irrigated pasture and offers horseback riding, mountain biking, flyfishing, hunting, canoeing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. Call for price and terms.

Genesee Valley Ranch California v Plumas County v Taylorsville

Widow Valley


California v Modoc County v Lookout

This beautiful 883-acre mountain meadow ranch in northeast California offers 400 acres of irrigated and sub-irrigated grass meadows. Over 25,000 acres of adjoining permit ground allow you to run over 440 AUs for the season. There are 2.5 mbf of timber, a historic 6,000-square-foot barn and a nice three-bedroom, two-bath home. $2,300,000.

Montgomery Creek Ranch California v Colusa & Glenn Counties v Stonyford


This 2,050±-acre ranch about eight miles from Stonyford has three miles of Montgomery Creek, four year-round ponds, springs, two homes, outbuildings, corrals and borders East Park Reservoir for fishing, boating and swimming. Water rights to irrigate 220 acres. Huge and ancient valley oaks follow the creek. Running 150 pair year

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round, the ranch has great hunting for deer, pig, turkey, quail and dove. Own the entire valley floor and just 153 miles to San Francisco. $4,450,000. Volume 43 Farm&Ranch West



Own 1,709 acres running a herd of 600 bison. A five-bedroom, four- and one-half-bath stone and cedar lodge can sleep nine (additional homes have room for 11). Enjoy a putting green, pool, tennis court, 70-acre spring-fed lake with white sandy beach, three-stall boat dock with electric lifts, amphitheater that seats 90, 12 springs, 10

Retreat and Bison Ranch

stocked ponds, 3-acre lake, dirt landing strip, a national cave, sporting clay court, 21 shooting

Missouri v Washington County v Potosi

stations and 13 throwing houses. This ranch

currently sells meat to a customer list of 10,000. Tours and hunts are also offered. The list goes on and on. $12,900,000.

Working Arkansas Ranch


Arkansas v Hempstead County v Ozan

These 1,909+ acres have a gated entrance, 28acre stocked lake, a 78-acre lake proposed, stocked pond with a pier and other ponds, fencing and cross fencing, four barns and numerous sheds and lean-tos. The ranch can handle 700± head. A three-bedroom, threebath home has an outdoor living area and much more. There is a 80-acre pine plantation. $7,499,600.

It’s All in the Water California v Siskiyou County v Yreka


This 752-acre cattle ranch has a self-contained sump water system, pivots and wheel line system. The main home has four bedrooms and two and a half baths. Willow Creek runs through and it currently has pheasant club permits in place. Enjoy incredible Mount Shasta views. $2,475,000.

Mountain Ranch Colorado v Teller County v Cripple Creek

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Hunt, hike, fish or build your dream home overlooking your own private lake. These 550 acres have spectacular meadows, timber, springs and ponds bordering thousands of BLM acres. An old homestead and historic log cabin make this a rare find only 43 miles from Colorado Springs. $4,000,000.


These 83 acres have superb water rights and improvements, including a lab with three walk-in coolers, classroom offices; a threebedroom, one-bath home; greenhouse and other buildings. All types of crops have been produced: peppers, tomatoes, onions, corn, etc. Currently, there is research involving cherries, peaches, apples and wine grapes. This farm offers unlimited commercial potential. $1,500,000.

Former CSU Farm Colorado v Delta County v Hotchkiss

Primrose Ranch New Mexico v Rio Arriba County v Chama


Enjoy shady cottonwoods, Brazos Cliff views and Chavez Creek outside your back door. A spacious four-bedroom, four-bath log home has a great room and media room totally designed for comfort and relaxation; an energy-efficient, hot water, in-floor radiant and baseboard heat; and 1,400 square feet of covered porches and decks. The ranch sits on about 20 acres perfectly suited for horses. $649,000.


These 1,006 acres are a opportunity. This ranch has 658 shares of the Grandview Canal and 100 acre feet of Smith Fork Project reservoir

Cattle and Hay Colorado v Delta County v Crawford

water. Water is delivered by open ditches, five side-roll sprinklers and a center pivot.Three water taps serve three homes. At 6,200 feet, it is one of the most pleasant climates in the state – known as the Banana Belt or Golden Triangle. It comes with a set of 223 mother cows, bulls and replacement heifers. This ranch is home to deer and elk for excellent hunting. $3,500,000.

1,000 Oregon Acres Oregon v Harney County v Burns

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A one-bedroom, one-bath cabin has heat and on-demand hot and cold water. There is a shop,

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ponds, two year-round creeks and developed springs. Acreage around cabin and shop are fenced.

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Buy it all or the seller will divide. It qualifies for two elk and two deer land owner preference tags.

Portions in CRP earn $44 to $55 per acre. There is good pine timber. $900,000. Volume 43 Farm&Ranch West


BEST WEST of the

Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


ou could search the entire Rocky Mountain region and not find another 1,100-acre cattle ranch with abundant water and

water rights directly adjacent to a destination resort like Ski Town USA! And you’d have to search even harder to find the same ranch with a public general aviation airport moments from the ranch gate. Over a million acres of Routt National Forest and BLM land bound the ranch on two sides, providing exceptional recreation and privacy. SCR is blessed with prime location and resources, providing potential for many opportunities from development prospects to conservation


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alternatives. Truly a place the

which is a priority maintained

Colorado spirit calls home! Water

paved road, ensures convenience

rights are extensive, hosting wells,


springs, ponds and reservoir sites

community offers from the myriad

including senior rights dating

of cultural events and fine dining

back to 1909 from the Woodchuck

to unlimited recreational choices.

Ditch Company with the ranch

Improvements on the ranch are

being the largest shareholder

extensive. The primary residence

providing over 300 irrigated acres.

sits on a knoll overlooking a sea

The ranch has decrees for 2007

of meadows offering majestic

appropriations from the state,

mountain views. Built in 1992,






wells and springs. SCR also has a






was designed for entertaining

decreed conditional right to build a 365 acre-foot enlargement of one

family and friends or to find seclusion after a long day outdoors.

of its reservoirs, the RJB Pond 10, and can be used to supply up to 77

Two additional homes include a 2,057-square-foot guesthouse and a

new residences and irrigate 100 acres. (See more information on water

2,800-square-foot ranch manager’s house. All improvements have been

rights at SCR is the largest

well maintained and meticulously cared for. Ranch improvements include a complete set of barns and outbuildings, perfect for varied ranch operations or potential development support. From a very large, well-kept horse/cattle barn with working corrals to a main equipment shop and office with heated concrete floors including stock sheds, as well as several machine shops and hay/equipment storage buildings. Slate Creek Ranch has been introduced to Routt County as a future development site and offers an infinite number of opportunities. With

single, private land ownership parcel adjacent to the world-renown city of Steamboat Springs, a destination resort with world-class skiing where the western heritage of ranching to rodeo is still alive! The 1,100+ acres are zoned AG/Forestry and are currently an active working cattle, horse and hay operation hosting rolling productive meadows complemented by an alpine environment hosting indigenous aspen and pine forests at the higher elevations. The deeded boundary creates a “bowl” leading up to Routt National Forest and BLM lands on the north and the east providing extensive recreation and privacy with access to over

exceptional privacy, abundant water and water rights, breathtaking

a million acres. Neighboring the Steamboat Springs Airport, serving

beauty, outstanding recreation and, of course, unlimited potential, SCR

private aircraft and charter companies, makes it easy to fly in and be at

offers a rare opportunity in the Rocky Mountain West. No matter your

your ranch gate in moments. Located on the north edge of town at the

direction, the land perfectly weaves beauty and possibility into a place

Gateway of the Elk River Valley accessed by Routt County Road 129,

where potential meets the imagination. $27,950,000. v

Brent Romick 970 846-3618 Joan Ryan 970 846-5416 P.O. Box 770247 Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

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North Mountain Ranch Colorado v San Miguel County v Norwood


Owned by the Hughes family for 80 years, this 4,406-acre ranch is the epitome of Colorado cattle ranches with recreational amenities galore. Only 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. $10,995,000.






Dawson Creek Ranch

consists of 3,732 acres of deeded land plus adjacent BLM and State of Colorado grazing

Colorado v San Miguel County v Nucla

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. $1,865,850.

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

970 249-4300 phone 970 249-1313 fax


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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 price is reduced to $864,000.

Stillmeadow Ranch Colorado v Hinsdale County v Lake City


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±-squarefoot Norwegian log home overlooking 70 acres of lush, irrigated meadow. The property also features a 2,370-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 miles of groomed snowmobile trails for fun in the winter, it just doesn’t get any better than this. $8,800,000. Huge price reduction to $5,995,000. Possible Owner Financing.

X Quarter Circle Bar Ranch Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose


This 2,175-acre ranch is a combination of beauty, accessibility and history, making it one of the finest ranch properties available. Having been in the family for three generations and still used for cattle and sheep ranching, the land has been well cared for. Its plentiful supply of lush, grassy meadows and native trout-filled streams, springs and ponds are well-scattered throughout the dense stands of ponderosa, aspen, blue spruce and oak. The northern end of the ranch begins at an elevation of 7,940 feet and is a combination of oak, large meadows, ponderosa pine and juniper. The midsection of the ranch is a combination of meadows, ridges and draws. There are many healthy stands of ponderosa pine and cliff-lined benches. Moving to the south, the property constantly gains elevation to over 9,000 feet, and large blue spruce and Douglas fir trees intermix with the virgin aspen groves and high alpine meadows. Densely wooded canyons with wildlife-filled bottoms, productive springs and flowing streams run the entire length of the ranch. $4,995,000.

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

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Timber Included in Sale!


Oregon v Jackson County v Ashland

This investment opportunity includes timber in the sale (estimated 10.5Âą million board feet of mixed species excluding hardwood in the count). This 2,024.62-acre mountain ranch in the Cascade Mountain Range lies minutes from Ashland and features expansive meadows, live water, five legal dwellings and old water rights for 225 acres with application on 120. This could be a very private family compound, retreat center or lifelong conservation project. It has been a working ranch since its creation over 140 years ago. $7,000,000.

Oregon Hunting and Fishing Paradise Oregon v Jackson County v Central Point


This Oregon hunting and fishing paradise offers 1,997.85 acres with deer, elk, turkey, quail and

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

800 772-7284 • 541 772-0000


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easy access to world-renowned Rogue River for salmon and steelhead fishing. Once considered for a destination resort, the ranch has many possible uses in addition to a private retreat or compound. Enjoy spectacular views of the Rogue River, Lower Table Rock and Valley. Only minutes from air service and amenities. 789 acres are included under a preservation easement with the Nature Conservancy. $3,000,000.

Everything You Need and Close to Town Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point


This spacious, single-level home offers an open kitchen and great views. A fenced, inground pool complements a fantastic setting for entertaining! These 15.28 level acres (6.5 irrigated) feature a four-stall barn with runs, a large shop with additional shed row stalls, round pen, an arena and pasture with shelters. This property is set up for convenient care. Lots of shade trees are planted on the grounds. This property lies next to Stoneridge Golf Course and Agate Lake for fishing or riding. $749,000.

The Perfect Rural Property!


Oregon v Jackson County v Central Point

Everything is right on these 10 acres. Built to perfection, the single-level home has an open kitchen, breakfast nook, dining room, living room with a fireplace and a great master bedroom and bath. Landscaping around the property is designed for easy care. There are fruit trees, a small greenhouse, fenced garden with raised beds and a chicken coop. The shop has an office, den and full bath. This level property has just the right amount of trees and plenty of parking for equipment or your toys. This is a great location for a rural feel with proximity to town. $595,000.

Privacy and Sustainability! Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point


Enjoy live creek frontage on these 104 acres. A spacious home with 2,000 square feet of covered decks overlooking 67.7 irrigated acres offer remarkable views to the valley and Mt. McLoughlin. There is deeded access down a 30-foot lane between agricultural neighbors to a mature landscaped yard with 30 fruit trees and a vegetable garden developed by a master gardener. This property is secluded from neighbors. $975,000.

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

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The Deruiter Ranch is 18 miles east of historical Kaycee, famous for the “Hole in the Wall” where Western outlaws would escape capture from pursuing lawmen. Resting on the banks of

Deruiter Ranch Wyoming v Johnson County v Kaycee

the Powder River, Kaycee and the surrounding area enjoys a spectacular view of the Big Horn Mountains to the west and the Pine Ridge to the east. Kaycee is 100 miles south of Sheridan and 70 miles north of Casper. Just off Sussex Highway, the ranch consists of 8,400± deeded, 3,235 BLM lease and 1,280 state lease acres for a total of 12,915± acres. The rolling grass hills range from 4,000 to 4,700 feet in elevation. Historically, the ranch has run 425 AUMs and an average of 350 tons of hay crop from the 120± acres of hay meadows during normal summer months. Water, one of the ranch’s great attributes, is plentiful. The Powder River and Four Mile Creek provide excellent habitat not only for a cattle operation, but also for wildlife. Trophy mule deer and antelope, as well as game birds, such as the sharp-tail grouse, flourish on the high-elevation hard grasses. An occasional elk is even seen along the banks of the river or stream. Numerous wells, pipelines, reservoirs, as well as Four Mile Creek and the Powder River provide livestock water. Improvements include a main home with mature landscaping, guesthouse, bunkhouse, barn, shop, certified scales and numerous other outbuildings. $3,950,000.

Southfork Ranch


Wyoming v Natrona County v Casper

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 reservoirs provide livestock water. The ranch is divided into four pastures and would lend itself to a cow/calf or yearling operation. $1,750,000.

North Platte Valley Farm 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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Wyoming v Goshen County v Torrington

North Platte Valley Farm offers excellent location only a mile north of Torrington. The farm consists of 66 acres with 60+ irrigated acres producing alfalfa hay. A well with center pivot provides irrigation. North Platte Valley Farm has exceptional water rights from Hill Irrigation District and Arnold Drainage District. The six-bedroom, two-bath brick home has a very open, spacious floor plan. Other improvements consist of a brick shop/barn combination with three box stalls and two tie stalls and a two-bay garage. A set of corrals and loading chute adjoin the shop/barn. $495,000.


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 Beartooth Mountains. The ranch lies 26± miles northwest of Cody, Wyoming and 40 miles from Red Lodge, Montana, a popular ski resort. Yellowstone National Park’s northeast entrance is only 70 miles west on the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway. The ranch is accessed by a county-maintained gravel road via State Highway 120. The ranch consists of 3,200 total acres: 1,070± deeded, 1,500 BLM lease and 640 State of Wyoming lease. There are 365 irrigated and 134 sub-irrigated acres. Historically producing alfalfa hay, the 365

irrigated acres are used for grazing and produce native grass. 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 State of Wyoming section lies at the canyon mouth of the Clark’s Fork River and is the west boundary of the ranch. Ranch improvements are designed to complement a horse/cattle ranch operation and provide comfortable amenities for recreational enthusiasts. Large windows in the custom home offer spectacular views of the Beartooth Mountains and Clark’s Fork Canyon. Multiple outbuildings include a horse barn, tack room, indoor water and hay storage. Clark’s Canyon Ranch is an outdoor sportsman’s retreat with unlimited opportunities. Hunting enthusiasts will find resident herds of elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope and the occasional moose. Bighorn sheep and mountain goats reside near the canyon. Clark’s Fork River offers exceptional fishing for Yellowstone cutthroats and mountain white fish. The ranch and surrounding public lands offer endless acres of untamed country to outdoor enthusiasts. $6,240,000.


The Reimler Powder River Ranch is located 39 miles west of Casper, Wyoming. The ranch consists of 4,160 deeded, 800 State of Wyoming lease and 3,600 BLM lease for a total of 8,560± acres. Stock water is provided by one windmill, two tanks with solar systems, springs, several reservoirs and the Powder River. The carrying capacity is owner-rated at 200 pair for approximately seven months. Improvements on the ranch consist of a set of corrals on the north side of the property. The Reimler Powder River Ranch is being offered at $1,000,000.

Reimler Powder River Ranch Wyoming v Natrona County v Powder River

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. Yearround 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.

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

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Oasis Springs Lodge California v Tehama County Mt. Lassen Foothills


One of the only fly-fishing resorts within a short drive of the San Francisco Bay Area, the 10-guest-room Oasis Springs Lodge overlooks a private, crystal-clear trout stream on the lower flanks of Mount Lassen. The property encompasses interspersed

1,100+ with





meadows woodlands,

punctuated by fresh water springs, ferns, alders and willows along the South Fork of Battle Creek. A true fly-fisherman’s oasis, Oasis Springs Lodge was formerly endorsed by Orvis. Continue to use is as a lodge or as a private family retreat. 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 10,000-foot High Sierra Mountains and is one of the few private holdings in Hope Valley, the most dramatic alpine valley in California. National forest adjoins for endless miles of hiking, skiing and horseback riding. Lake Tahoe is only 30 minutes away, and the Kirkwood ski resort is only 15 minutes away, both offering year-round activities. Add a classic willow-lined trout stream meandering through an alpine meadow and a custom log house set amongst the quaking aspens, and you have completed the perfect postcard setting with views everywhere. $1,700,000.

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

530 265-5774 530 913-8095


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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. This is a wonderful private retreat perfect for hiking, biking and horseback riding. Drastically reduced to $3,300,000.

Mill Creek Ranch California v Tehama County v Los Molinos


Continue the legacy with 25,614± acres of majestic rolling pasture lands and rugged blue oak forest provide one of the largest private ownerships remaining in California. More than 15 miles of a year-round trout stream provides

an endless supply of classic pools and riffles to challenge the true fly-fishing enthusiast. Wildlife abounds with bobcat, bear, mountain lion, hawks, eagles, turkey, quail and one of the largest deer herds in the state migrating through the ranch. Historically run as a purebred Hereford cattle ranch, it is estimated that the ranch can run around 500-600 head year-round. Water is plentiful with very strong adjudicated water rights from Mill Creek, as well as a number of stock ponds and reservoirs. To round out this pastoral setting, a custom 7,388±-square-foot owner’s residence with large lap pool takes full advantage of the expansive views of this signature ranch. Co-listed with Hall and Hall. $29,500,000.

One of America’s Finest Trophy Trout Ranches


California v Shasta County Fall River Valley

Clearly, this 1,346±-acre ranch is one of the best fly-fishing ranches with private fishing water on the headwaters of most prolific spring creek wild rainbow trout fisheries in the Country, with the average catch in the 3-6 pound range. The ranch also fronts a second spring creek, as well frontage on the world-renowned Fall River. The ranch is home to abundant migratory waterfowl, including ducks, geese, pelicans, egrets, herons and swans. Other bird species include osprey, bald eagle, great horned owl, Peregrine falcons,

The Chickering Company Terry Hundemer

quail, dove, pheasant, turkey and grouse. Hunting has not been allowed in years so the ranch has

Ranches, Lakes, Rivers/Broker

become a true wildlife refuge in a beautiful mountain valley with stunning views to Mt. Shasta to

530 265-5774 • 530 913-8095

the north. A jet-capable county airport and the small ranching community of Fall River Mills is just 10-15 minutes from the ranch. $14,000,000. Volume 43 Farm&Ranch West



The Yolo Ranch has a long-standing reputation as one of Arizona’s historic large ranches. The Yolo consists of 110,978.2 acres (173.4 sections), of which 12,767.02 acres are deeded and 77,543.63 acres are state lease with the balance in USFS and BLM allotments. The carrying capacity of the ranch is 1,598 head. It has a wide range of vegetation from large towering ponderosa pines at the headquarters to saguaro and prickly pear cacti grasslands on the southwest end. About two-thirds of the ranch consists of level to rolling mesa country

Yolo Ranch Arizona v Yavapai County v Prescott

on several large mesas at an elevation between 4,000' and 5,500'. The highly improved headquarters are located in a picturesque subirrigated meadow surrounded by ponderosa

pine forest and consist of a large owner’s home, multiple guest dwellings, a foreman’s home, barn and shop, two spring-fed ponds and a 4,000' dirt runway. Throughout the ranch are three fully improved cow camps with residences and corrals as well as a hunting cabin on a forest inholding west of the headquarters. Recreational and outdoor activities are endless; in one day on the Yolo, you can explore ancient Indian ruins in ponderosa pines and then spot a Southwestern bald eagle along the riparian habitat that Burro Creek provides in a Sonoran Desert setting. A legacy ranch that celebrated its centennial in 1985, Yolo Ranch is steeped in history and Western tradition that is disappearing from today’s modern, fast-paced culture. Ranch equipment is included in the purchase price. Cattle, horses and the historic Yolo brand are separately priced. This is one of the most premier Arizona ranches to come on the market in recent years. $12,767,000 cash. Call Andy Groseta 928 634-8110.

Andy Groseta P.O. Box 1840 • Cottonwood, AZ 86326

928 634-8110


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Collins C6 Ranch Arizona v Santa Cruz County v Patagonia


The C6 Ranch lies between Patagonia and Sonoita, Arizona at the northwest end of the Canelo Hills. Comprised of steep hills, long ridges and expansive canyons, this strong grass country is beautiful and productive. Carrying capacity of the ranch is 215 head of cattle year-long. Private land consists of two parcels: 40 acres and 4.15 acres, both adjacent to 12,920 acres of national forest comprising the 215-head grazing allotment utilized by the ranch. 17.5 miles of pipelines supplied by wells provide permanent livestock water at 26 locations, making the C6 one of the best-watered ranches in southeast Arizona. A 1,600-square-foot masonry ranch house, small barn and shop and working corrals comprise its additional, principal improvements. $1,075,000.

Lone Mountain Ranch Arizona v Santa Cruz & Cochise Counties v Patagonia


Located 68 air miles southeast of Tucson, Lone Mountain Ranch is one of southern Arizona’s last big working cattle ranches. Stretching along the border almost from the floor of the San Rafael Valley to the ridgeline of the Huachuca Mountains, the ranch includes a 950-head, year-round, 52,165-acre grazing allotment on Coronado National Forest. Portions of the ranch are nearly level or gently rolling, while other parts are mountainous. Private land consists of two parcels: 40 acres and 58.48 acres. Each parcel of private land includes a headquarters. The ranch is “off the grid,” but has telephone service. $2,200,000 with cattle.

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

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Sitting in the private Elk River Valley, north of Steamboat Springs, this amazing property boasts 800+ pristine acres and two full miles of the beautiful Elk River. Enjoy two luxury

Elk River Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

homes, an authentic saloon and multiple outbuildings reminiscent of the Old West. This historic ranch has abundant water rights and is fenced for livestock with extensive equipment and hay storage, two six-stall barns, indoor and outdoor riding arenas, fertile pastures and additional equestrian facilities. Near private and commercial jet access, this ranch is offered at $32,500,000. The property may also be divided and purchased in several different configurations.


Minutes from world-class skiing and the resort town of Steamboat Springs sits a true estate on 155 acres. Sitting in the heart of the fertile Yampa Valley with panoramic views, this luxurious, 10,308-square-foot mountain property totals six bedrooms and six and a half baths. Enjoy a six-car auto-plaza, private

Wildflower Meadows Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

lake, meticulous landscaping, tennis court, an additional three-bedroom, two-bath home and more. With abundant water and space, activities are endless and Wildflower Meadows

is the perfect gathering place for friends and family. This is the ultimate mountain property. $17,000,000.

Chateau Saisons


Colorado v Routt County Steamboat Springs

Sitting in the tranquil South Valley of Steamboat Springs, this luxury home has everything you could imagine and more. This gated property sits on 53 beautiful acres with panoramic views from Stagecoach Reservoir to the Steamboat Ski Area. This majestic property has seven bedrooms plus a caretaker’s unit and guesthouse, fabulous media room and an indoor pool. Outside, experience 8,000 square feet of stone patios, a covered deck with fireplace and pristine landscaping with a water garden. $9,875,000.

Woodchuck Mountain Steamboat Realty

Pam Vanatta, GRI, CRS Broker Associate/Co-Owner 970 291-8100 cell 970 879-8100 office


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Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

Own your own mountain south of Steamboat Springs. Covering almost 2,000 acres, near Stagecoach Reservoir, this magnificent property is surrounded by hundreds of square miles of national forest. Enjoy springs, ponds and beautiful Morrison Creek. Hunt and fish on your own mountain and enjoy endless outdoor recreational opportunities. With nature as your only neighbor, you will marvel at the privacy and pristine setting of this area. Zoned Agricultural/Forestry, this land has low property taxes and is not subject to any home-owner association restrictions. $5,500,000. Co-listed with Vicky Hanna.


Nothing on the market compares to this rare combination of 116 acres with over a mile of Elk River frontage and ski area views. It is an easy eight-mile drive into Steamboat Springs and within 15 minutes of the regional airport. This ranch is convenient to town, but far enough off the beaten path to afford considerable privacy. Water rights convey and can be set up to ensure outstanding year-round

Premier Elk River Frontage

angling. Take advantage of the competitive construction rates and build your dream home

Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

nestled in the cottonwoods near the river with

views to the Steamboat Ski Area. This beautiful ranch has some of the best water in northwest Colorado! Reduced to $3,399,000.

Best of the Best Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

New Home With Live Water Colorado v Routt Co. v Steamboat Springs


Relocation has forced the sale of this brand-


Enjoy 391 wide-open and unrestricted acres with all of the comforts of Marabou! The price is right on this ranch with jaw-dropping views of Mt. Werner, just five minutes from the world-class skiing, boutique shops and fine dining of Steamboat Springs. With ownership of this ranch comes ownership at Marabou. Enjoy legendary fishing on the Elk River and outstanding Marabou amenities: open-air spa, private movie theater, lodge, pool, workout center and six riverfront cabins. Take advantage of many choices, such as additional homesites, the ability to subdivide or continuation of the long-time cattle ranch activities. Water rights for irrigation of the meadows are included as is the ability to tap into Marabou’s central water system. $4,900,000. Christy Belton, 970 734-7885.

new home on 42 acres with 1,000+ feet of the Elk River! Located less than 10 miles from Steamboat, this three-bedroom, threeand one-half-bath home overlooks the native grass hay meadows, the river corridor and the conservation land on the other side of the valley. The home was built with energy efficiency and minimal maintenance in mind with top-of-the-line windows and small details that make a huge difference in structure and maintenance.  The main-level master suite features a steam shower, walk-in closet and patio doors that open to the deck.  Routt National Forest trailheads are within two miles.  Agricultural status keeps the taxes low and there are no covenants on this aggressively

Chimney Creek Ranch


priced live water property. $1,250,000.

Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

Create your own Rocky Mountain hideaway with the clean canvas at Chimney Creek Ranch. All

Steamboat Realty

the right ingredients lie on these 570 wide-open acres. A long driveway leads into a private valley

Christy Belton

with gently sloping hillsides that frame the sawtooth-peaked Zirkel Range of the Continental Divide. The property is easily accessible via year-round county roads, with electricity and phone extending to the original set of improvements. Stunning and expansive views, numerous ponds and springs, a small creek and close proximity to the year-round resort of Steamboat Springs set the stage to design a true and lasting legacy ranch. $1,999,999.

610 Marketplace Plaza, #100 Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

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Elk Song Ranch

Oregon v Union County v La Grande

Set among the pristine Blue Mountains of Oregon, Elk Song Ranch could be the greatest native elk ranch of all time! Near La Grande, this piece of heaven comprises 7,198± contiguous, deeded acres that include diverse timberland, miles of flowing streams, large open meadows and breathtaking canyons. This spectacular find is also home to bear, turkey, deer, grouse, dove and quail. Elk Song Ranch is in essence a private game reserve and virtual wilderness in an area referred to as the Serengeti by Oregon Game Biologists due to its immense game populations. $8,585,000. Offered by Timothy O’Neil, 541 480-3682.

Timothy O’Neil 24524 Dodds Road Bend, Oregon 97701

541 480-3682


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In beautiful southern Oregon in a private valley, among the majestic mountains, sits this 321acre working cattle ranch. Featuring two custom homes, a studio apartment, a covered 130' by 250' fully lighted arena and abundant hunting ground, this property is worth a look. Boasting a pool, hot tub, two RV hookups, gardens and a waterfall, this is an ideal atmosphere for entertaining. Complementing the land are two equestrian barns with eight stalls and room to grow, two hay barns, two machine sheds with cold meat cutting rooms and 80 acres irrigated with free water. Twin Pines Ranch has it all. With elk, blacktail deer, bear, cougar

Twin Pines Ranch

and turkey, you will not go hungry! This turnkey operation is priced to sell at $2,459,000.

Oregon v Jackson County v Medford

Offered by Terry Hanscom, 541 944-4738.

Little Savage Creek Oregon v Jackson County v Grants Pass


This slice of heaven is set amongst rolling

K Ranch

meadows and majestic mountains with 40

Oregon v Jackson County v Shady Cove

acres of tranquility. This gorgeous homesite has


K Ranch is a superior destination minutes from the famous Rogue River. This private 324+-acre

amazing views and just blocks from the world-

ranch offers endless views of rolling meadows and a private lake. Multiple reservoirs and irrigated

famous salmon and steelhead fishing of the

grounds keep this beauty green. $499,900. Offered by Garrett Zoller, 541 944-8821.

Rogue River. Little Savage Creek runs through

299 Doe Road Oregon v Douglas County v Glide


In the foothills of the Oregon Cascade Mountains, this ready-to-build acreage has it

the entire property and trophy-class blacktail deer frequent the area. This is a must see for those looking to build your dream home in paradise close to the conveniences of town! $275,000. Offered by Wes Walton, 541 840-8685.

all! Surrounded by towering redwoods and pines with spectacular views of the Umpqua River Valley, these 5 acres are just the right size for privacy. Conveniences are just minutes from the quaint town of Glide and a short 20 minutes from Roseburg. Wildlife is a common site around the property, and if you love to

fish, you will enjoy being close to one of the top steelhead and salmon rivers in the country. This piece of Oregon will go fast! $128,000. Offered by Brad Schaffer, 541 733-9727. Volume 43 Farm&Ranch West


600 Acres With 2.5 Miles of Waterfront California v Contra Costa County v Bethel Island


This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase a 600-acre ranch with, two miles of waterfront property in “the heart of the California Deltaâ€?. Enjoy delta waterfront with miles of tributaries leading to the ocean. In the past, it had a private hunting club for waterfowl, the best pheasant hunting in the delta plus fantastic large-mouth bass fishing. This four-bedroom, two-bath ranch home has 2,600Âą square-feet of living space and was used as a hunting lodge. The property is completely fenced and one can run cattle or grow crops. The property has rights to draw water out of the delta, in the past has had their own private lakes for hunting waterfowl and wetlands. Great for private hunting club, equestrian facility, the ranch has endless possibilities. This property is within the urban limit line and has development potential. It is centrally located to Northern California and within easy driving distance from San Francisco (60 miles) ,Sacramento (60 miles), Stockton (33 miles) and Santa Rosa (78 miles). Sitting directly across from the Bethel Island golf course, it has many uses, such as a private estate with access to miles of delta waters.

Income-Producing Equestrian Center California v Alameda County v Oakland


This 2.91-acre, income-producing, turn-key equestrian facility backs to park land with miles of riding trails and features 61 stalls, arenas and residences.

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

925 791-2545 office 925 200-3030 cell Dre #00908970


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100 Acres Close to Town California v Alameda County v Livermore


This all-flat, useable land has a great producing well, spring-fed pond, improvements and road frontage all within five minutes of city life.


Thirty miles north of Sacramento in the beautiful countryside of Lincoln, this ranch offers an impressive gated entry with paver driveway leading to the main home. Built in 2005, the home has 3,134± square feet, five bedrooms, four baths, formal living room, dining room, family room and an au pair wing off the kitchen area. The attention to every detail and highest quality construction make this home a showplace. The 7.5±-acre property has a guesthouse just down from the large pond used for fishing and paddle boating. Several 100-year-

Elegant Home and State-of-the-Art Equestrian Center California v Lincoln County v Lincoln

old heritage oaks adorn the landscape and shade the stables. The state-of-the-art equestrian stables consist of 20 12' by 12' stalls, two wash racks, a trophy room and an office in the main barn. The breezeway-style stables include automatic fly system, ceiling fans, automatic watering, rubber mats and windows in each stall. A covered arena (100' by 160') enables one to ride year-round. Conveniently located, separate hay and shaving storage and a large workshop sustain the stables. The turn-out paddocks and pastures, all in white vinyl fencing, complete this facility. This ranch is a must-see to appreciate its beauty. Call for a private showing.

Whalen Ranch Blue Ribbon Farms California v San Joaquin Co. v Clements

Bottomley Farm California v Contra Costa County v Briones






Quarter Horse show and breeding ranch offers a covered arena, show barn, breeding area with

lab, broodmare barn, weaning barn, seven Bottomley Farm is a full-service equestrian facility on 7+ acres in the beautiful Bronies Valley among irrigated pastures, two dry pastures, a quarterthousands of acres of nearby trials and within walking distance to the Bronies Reservoir. Bottomley mile exercise track and ranch hand’s quarters.


Farm has been a landmark equestrian facility in the valley for 30+ years. Equestrian amenities include The 2,900-square-foot, three-bedroom, two- and a covered arena (80' by 120') with mirrored end and a viewing stand, outdoor arena (100' by 200') one-half-bath home is beautifully landscaped and breezeway barns with 22+ stalls, all with pipe paddocks. There are private lockers for boarders and includes a large rear yard with a pool, spa in north barn and tack rooms, wash racks and grooming stalls in each barn. There are two round and waterfall. pens (50' and 40'). A large middle multi-use building has an office and clubhouse. A large metal hay barn is capable of holding a year’s supply of hay. There is room for trailer and bulk hay storage in the metal hay barn and two large turn-outs. There is also a new covered manure-collection facility. The home, with a new roof, was completely remodeled with blonde hardwood floors; gourmet kitchen

Alain Pinel Realtors Jerry R. Vaughn

with stainless steel appliances, Dacor stove, granite counters and an island; updated bathroom with

601 Sycamore Valley Rd. West Danville, CA 94526

double sinks and granite counters; formal living room; and a large family room with stone fireplace.

925 791-2545 office • 925 200-3030 cell

The home has both front and rear decks for enjoying nature and the stunning views of the Briones countryside. For a private showing, call Jerry R. Vaughn. Check out • Dre #00908970 Volume 43 Farm&Ranch West



This ranch is close to all that Aspen and the

High Aspen Ranch Dream Home

surrounding communities have to offer! While

Colorado v Garfield County v Upper Missouri Heights

High Aspen Ranch can feel like your personal kingdom at the top of the world, it is still convenient to Aspen and Glenwood Springs. Enjoy the private, 1,140-acre gated ranch with a ranch manager and an extensive network of trails for horseback riding, hiking and biking. You can take your ATV or snowmobile up into High Alpine preserves and national forest lands. There is fly-fishing in the stocked ponds and a mecca for abundant wildlife surrounds! Unobstructed panoramic views reveal the most beautiful peaks in all of Colorado. You can see

the Continental Divide, the entire Elk Mountain Range and Mountain of Vail from the patio deck and through the expansive windows in this magnificent 11,700-square-foot home. The home is offered fully furnished and equipped so you can move in and start enjoying this beautiful lifestyle immediately. The layout creates a warm and luxurious atmosphere conducive to affording a strong family dynamic and sophisticated business entertaining. The master suite is private and self-contained on one side of the house, and the additional five bedrooms are on the opposite wing. The quality of the finishes and the artistic appointments would easily be found in a home twice the price! $7,995,000.

Lazy O Ranch: Old Snowmass’ Best View! Colorado v Pitkin County v Old Snowmass


The floor plan of this 7,478-square-foot home flows perfectly for entertaining and family living with the master suite on the main level. With soaring ceilings, log accents and a twostory stone fireplace, the home looks out over open space to the magnificent view of Mount Sopris. There are six bedrooms in the main house plus a caretaker’s apartment. Only 15 minutes from Aspen, Lazy O Ranch is 1,500 acres preserved for a working ranch with just one home per 70 acres. The ranch has over a mile of Capitol Creek frontage, tennis courts, extensive equestrian facilities, trout ponds, plus thousands of miles of BLM lands horseback riding all in a natural setting with preserved views. Reduced $1,500,000! Was $4,495,000, Now $2,995,000.

Country Farm Home With Picture-Perfect Views Colorado v Garfield County v Carbondale

Carol Dopkin Real Estate Inc. Carol Dopkin 970 920-1186 970 618-0817 cell


This charming country farm home in Carbondale has beautiful fenced, irrigated pastures framing Mount Sopris as a picture-perfect view. This is a very special 47.5-acre property complete with a barn with a garage and apartment, outbuildings, meadows, pinion and cedar forests, a lovely yard with plenty of outdoor entertaining areas, water rights and even a tennis court! Common wildlife spottings include elk, deer and wild turkey. The 3,159-square-foot country farm-style home has five bedrooms, four baths, multiple wood-burning fireplaces and much more. This is a must-see! • $3,800,000.


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Canyon Ranch


Colorado v Delta County v Hotchkiss

This exquisite setting on 665.77 acres has total privacy, beautiful views and plenty of water with creeks, ponds, irrigation, orchards and the Smith Fork running through the property to the Gunnison River (access to the Gunnison over adjacent BLM land). An absolutely beautiful, 10,085-square-foot main home offered fully furnished with impeccable taste is waiting for you. A manager’s house, several charming guest cottages, barns and outbuildings, plus two guest apartments attached to the main house complete the picture. Reduced $3,800,000! Was $8,750,000, Now $4,950,000.

Lovely Small Ranch on 14 Enchanting Acres Colorado v Pitkin County v Snowmass


From the moment you drive through the white fence line, you are enchanted by the beauty of this

Sunrise Ranch

lovely small ranch. The grounds are irrigated with excellent hay production and the pond adds to Colorado v Delta County v Hotchkiss the ambiance. The barn is perfect for your horses or toys. The four-bedroom home has gracious Extraordinary once-in-a-lifetime opportunity rooms for family living and entertaining. From the huge dining room to the gourmet kitchen and the living room that has high ceilings and views of the red cliffs. A caretaker’s apartment has


to have a private 1,000-acre canyon with

live water and access to the Black Canyon of a separate entrance. This is a full package to enjoy the good life “halfway” between Aspen and the Gunnison, one of Colorado’s cherished Basalt! Reduced $1,000,000! Was $4,250,000, Now $3,250,000. national monuments. Wildlife, green meadows, petroglyphs and amazing vistas are just a few attributes of this exquisite property. All of this and a beautiful designer-appointed Southwestern-style,



home, guesthouse and secluded reading cabin on property, creating a special private retreat for you and your guests. Bring your horses, jeeps, ATVs, mountain bikes and ride into the sunset! Reduced $4,150,000! Was $7,000,000, Now

Private Farm House in Sopris Mountain Ranch


Colorado v Pitkin County v Basalt


This adorable, comfortable, four-bedroom, four- and one-half-bath bathroom farmhouse has a separate caretaker’s apartment. This property features end-of-the-road privacy and solitude, yet is easily accessible to Basalt and Aspen. The views of Mount Sopris from the 35-acre ranch are the best, complete with BLM land on two sides, flat and usable irrigated pastures, a pond and seasonal stream and even a tree house! A 3,600-square-foot main house has artistic touches, a fireplace and lots of light. Also included is an artist’s studio, barn, three-bay shed and more. This is great as a second-home getaway or the ultimate in full-time lifestyle. Price reduced! Was $2,500,000, Now $2,000,000.

Carol Dopkin Real Estate Inc. Carol Dopkin 970 920-1186 970 618-0817 cell • Volume 43 Farm&Ranch West


Sheep Creek Ranch

Grand River Ranch: 740 Acres Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling


On 740 acres of magnificent Colorado high country, Sheep Creek’s views of the Gore, Front and Never Summer Ranges are truly spectacular. Complete with oversized garage, toy barn and all the shared amenities of Grand River Ranch, Sheep Creek truly offers a turn-key opportunity to enjoy unrivaled ranch living. $5,550,000.

Luck 7 Ranch

Grand River Ranch: 160 Acres

Gould Ranch

Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

Grand River Ranch: 2,750 Acres Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling


The Gould Ranch includes 2,750 acres of stunning Rocky Mountain landscape. Home to the original Gould family homestead, this ranch offers a wide array of arresting features,





beautiful aspen groves, pond-laced valleys, a stunning waterfall and dramatic views of the surrounding peaks. Open parks ringed by aspen groves are perfect for recreation. In


The 160-acre Lucky 7 Ranch offers majestic views of the Gore Range, plus landscape that is as varied as it is beautiful—with lush green meadows, rolling hills and stands of aspens. The property also

contrast, beautiful rock formations punctuate comes complete with all the Grand River Ranch amenities: world-class fly-fishing the elegant Grand other parts of the landscape; tucked away in River Ranch Lodge, a full-service equestrian center and a sporting clays shooting range. $1,950,000. a lush meadow sits an authentic replica of a Wild West town complete with a livery, hotel, saloon, general store, jail and stagecoach cabin. $10,900,000.

Tailwater Ranch

Grand River Ranch: 388 Acres Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

Mike Kennedy, Broker 290 Fillmore, Suite #2 Denver, CO 80206

303 623-0655


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The Tailwater Ranch is a fisherman’s dream on Grand River Ranch. Overlooking a crystal-clear fishery, an outstanding trout habitat and the gorgeous Gore Range, Tailwater Ranch includes three homesites on a 388-acre parcel. All the amenities of Grand River Ranch make a big splash too, including a sporting clays shooting range, three overnight cabins, the exquisite Grand River Ranch Lodge and a full-service equestrian center. $1,950,000

Purple Sage

C Lazy U Ranch: 35 Acres Colorado v Grand County v Granby


Nestled in a secluded meadow and surrounded by magnificent views of the Continental Divide and Byers Peak, Purple Sage Lodge’s 35 beautiful acres reside in the Homestead at C Lazy U Ranch. Included is an exquisitely constructed 7,915-square-foot, 3-level log and stone home which features five bedrooms, five full baths, three half-baths and the ease of an elevator. Purple Sage provides perfect rustic elegance for a family retreat. Enjoy exclusive access to all the amenities and legendary 5-spur service at C Lazy U Ranch, a dude ranch operating since 1919. $5,195,000

Indian Peak Ranch

C Lazy U Ranch: 35 Acres

Colorado v Grand County v Granby


The 35-acre Indian Peak’s Ranch is situated on one of the finest sites in the C Lazy U Homestead. The home on this exclusive mountain estate is constructed of high quality lodgepole pine and spruce logs. Built on three levels, this spacious home is a comfortable gathering place that balances both private and community space. Exclusive access to all the amenities and legendary 5-spur service at C Lazy U Ranch, a dude ranch operating since 1919, are included as well. $3,900,000.

Mike Kennedy, Broker 290 Fillmore, Suite #2 • Denver, CO 80206

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Fall Creek Ranch Colorado v Mesa County v Whitewater

Trophy elk and mule deer hunting from this spectacular ranch that adjoins the Uncompahgre National Forest. Located in the scenic Unaweep Canyon just southwest of Grand Junction, Colorado, this ranch runs from 7,000 to 9,000 feet in elevation. There are 460 acres of irrigated hay/pasture on the lower end with spruce and aspen on the top. The ranch has an 80-acre lake and a 28-acre lake, both stocked with trout. Improvements include a 6,000-square-foot shop with living quarters plus a small lodge. The best feature of this ranch is the exceptional hunting. Worldclass elk and mule deer are harvested each year on this ranch. The property is located in trophy game unit 61 and adjoins game unit 40. There is also bear, lion and turkey hunting. Fall Creek Ranch is readily accessible year round, less than one hour from Grand Junction. $5,400,000.

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Set in the heart of the Rocky Mountains,

Rock House Ranch Colorado v Gunnison County v Gunnison

between Crested Butte and Gunnison, lies a prized piece of historic Colorado. Welcome to the Rock House Ranch, an exceptional lifestyle property with impeccable amenities on an exclusive mountain ranch. Built with exquisite attention to detail and extraordinary dedication to mountain living, this is Colorado at its finest. Originally built in 1904, the 6,000+-squarefoot, five-bedroom, three-full and two-half-bath home is completely updated with modern amenities, as well as a fully equipped gourmet kitchen, custom mahogany windows and doors, humidity control, fire safety system, phone system and two Veissman diesel burning boilers for in-floor heat (with thermostat control in each room). Situated on 976+ acres, and backing to national forest and West Elk Wilderness lands, the opportunities for recreation are limitless. Features include a brand-new 1,500-squarefoot garage with four drive-through bays; a 15,795-square-foot equestrian center with heated indoor riding arena; 2,760-square-foot, stateof-the-art car collector’s shop; two-bedroom, one-bath caretaker’s residence; and numerous other buildings including an additional barn/ equipment shed, hay storage barn, two fishing cabins and five loafing sheds. The ranch is fenced and cross-fenced in wildlife-friendly, smooth wire fencing. Enjoy miles of trails for hiking and horseback riding as well as access to some of the best hunting in Colorado. Offered for $9,500,000.

Colter Smith 510 E. Hyman Ave., #21 • Aspen, CO 81611

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Cocolalla Creek Ranch


Idaho v Bonner County v Cocolalla

Cocolalla Creek Ranch is one of the finest properties available in the North Idaho panhandle. Consisting of 240 deeded acres, the property boasts three-quarters of a mile of Cocolalla Creek frontage, a year-round fish-bearing stream, fenced hay meadows, timber and plenty of room for its three homes, indoor arena, numerous barns and outbuildings and over 30 fruit trees. Miles of trails provide an excellent hunting, fishing, riding and hiking experience. Bear, moose, deer and elk, as well as several species of game birds frequent this sportsman’s retreat. Cocolalla Creek Ranch sits just minutes from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho and 13 miles from Sandpoint, Idaho and Lake Pend Oreille. Even the most discerning buyer will appreciate the many fine amenities the 2,800-square-foot main home offers, including a sunken living room, maple floors, clear redwood ceilings and cathedral ceilings in the bedrooms. This four-bedroom, three-bath home will make any homeowner proud. The kitchen is appointed with stainless steel appliances and imported marble countertops. The master suite is complete with a fireplace, walk-in closets and a Jacuzzi tub. Enjoy the scenery on one of the covered redwood decks overlooking the surrounding mountains, creek, ponds and other breathtaking views. For family visits, or multiple owners, there are two other homes, including a three-bedroom, two-bath, 1,700-square-foot residence and a recently remodeled, three-bedroom, two-bath, 1,200-square-foot home. Numerous outbuildings include an arena/stable (180' by 96') built in 1999. With a spacious indoor arena (180' by 60'), this horse lover’s heaven also includes 22 box stalls, indoor-outdoor wash racks, two tack rooms, a lunch room, an office with online video cameras and two baths. Additionally, there is a hay barn (16' by 60') with the capacity to hold up to 120 tons of hay and 80 tons of shavings, a barn (60' by 36') with nine stalls and chip storage, 18 automatic heated waterers, a barn (60' by 36') and equipment storage, a 32' by 75' barn, wood shop, metal shop and three RV hookups. Here is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own one of the finest horse ranches in North Idaho. The pride of ownership is evident throughout the ranch. In addition to equestrian breeding, there is tremendous wildlife viewing and big game hunting as well as an abundance of other recreational opportunities. This turn-key operation is available to qualified buyers. $2,100,000.


Melody Frei 208 962-7171

Co-listed with

Beutler & Associates

Rich McKernan 208 699-6363


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Whitney Creek Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


Relax in a one-of-a-kind secluded 160-acre property surrounded by thousands of acres of national forest. Enjoy a newly finished hand-crafted 4,600-square-foot home nestled next to Little Trout Creek. The outdoorsman can enjoy endless recreational opportunities, including various trails, world-class hunting, fishing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. A 20' by 30' log-sided workshop has ample room for equipment and toys. The property also features a separate guest cabin, 2-acre pond, excellent water rights and more. $3,590,000.

Christi Herbert 970 734-5590 Arlene Zopf 970 846-5310 Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


This superb horse property in Blacktail Mountain Estates lies 15 minutes from Steamboat Springs. Enjoy pristine pastures, new fencing, three-stall barn, workshop, seasonal stream and a beautifully remodeled four-bedroom home on 5.15 acres surrounded by the best in western mountain landscapes.  Legendary recreation is right out your back door and you are 15 minutes from world-class skiing, fly-fishing, dining and shopping. This is a great Ranchette to start your Colorado adventure. $689,000.

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This classic spring creek fishery meanders nearly a mile through 213 acres. Crystal-clear waters, cut banks, mossy logs and spawning gravels provide cover for the brown and redband rainbow trout from resident bald eagles. Riparian enhancement and protection is in place. This is the ideal retreat for the discerning fly fisherman, waterfowl hunter and horseback riding enthusiast. This section of the Wood contains the famous Caddis Hole as well as 95% of the spawning grounds for trout from the lake.  Adjacent state forestry lands provide endless trails through forested ridges, home to elk, mule deer, bear and other wildlife. Lush, irrigated meadows find cattle grazing among numerous sculpted duck ponds crafted for training retrievers for owners and friends. The classic two-story home with oversized garage and outbuildings is perched above the river and meadows. This picture postcard ranch profits from incredible

Wood River Ranch

Cascade Mountain views, including peaks of

Oregon v Klamath County v Fort Klamath

the rim of Crater Lake surrounded by its own national park, all just a few miles from the

ranch. Other prestigious fisheries of Oregon within an easy drive are The Williamson, Rogue and North Umpqua. Numerous high mountain wilderness lakes, rivers and streams offer uniquely diverse fishing experiences for all. Priceless but available at $2,500,000.

Water’s Edge Ranch Oregon v Klamath County v Chiloquin


This private 13,950-square-foot lodge/home lies just feet from the Klamath Lake inlet on 500± acres. Enjoy vast views of the lake, Cascade Mountains and the adjacent Nature Conservancy preserve. Exceptional facilities include a 44,000-square-foot steel arena, 3,000-square-foot restored home, 1,600-square-foot guest home, 1,700-square-foot heated kennel, greenhouse, pole hay barn and welded pipe corrals. Unlimited recreational opportunities include abundant migratory and

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


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resident waterfowl, trophy lake and river fishing near national forest with elk, deer and antelope and equestrian activities. There is secure, cheap irrigation for productive pastures with hay and cattle grazing and additional acreage available. Water rights for 470 acres summers up to 700 yearlings and 500 tons of hay. Amenities include cattle handling equipment, storage buildings, garages, pumps, wheel lines and ponds. The ranch borders paved county road, just 25 miles north of Klamath Falls, yet is still secluded and private! Call for details. Owner terms are possible.

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

Will Speer

and significant habitat for wildlife, the ranch is protected with a conservation easement, preserving

318 N. 1st Street • Saratoga, WY 82331

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. $2,495,000.

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The 5,157±-acre Horn Creek is a scenic and productive legacy ranch with unique features. Situated at the foot of the Big Horn Mountains, 25 miles south of Buffalo, the ranch has abundant and extraordinary water resources that support its cow/ calf / horse operations and are a magnet for big game and game birds. Improvements include a luxurious owner’s residence and stateof-the-art facilities for cattle and horse functions as well as first class accommodations for guests

Horn Creek Ranch Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo

and ranch staff. The ranch has extraordinary water resources with a well that produces 1,000 gpm of remarkably pure water at a temperature of 140 degrees Fahrenheit. $6,200,000.


This quintessential Western guest ranch lies on the banks of the East Fork of the Wind River near the town of Dubois. Situated on 128± acres and surrounded by Wyoming Game & Fish state land, the trout-rich river meanders through the property for more than half a mile. Guest cabins and the lodge are tucked away in the cottonwood trees and arranged around a central courtyard. There is also a three-bedroom owner’s home. This turn-

Lazy L & B Ranch

key operation is being sold complete with a string of riding horses and ranch vehicles. See

Wyoming v Fremont County v Dubois

this lodge at $1,995,000.


Currently operated as a fine bed and breakfast, this 240±-acre ranch is both well-priced and appealing. The property is highlighted by the 3,734-square-foot, post-and-beam owner’s home with three guest rooms, one of which is ADA approved. The ranch offers first-rate equestrian facilities with a six-stall barn. A huge shop features a gift shop, houses many of the ranch vehicles and a 1,600-square-foot apartment with two bedrooms. Situated in the hill country west of Trinidad, this is a quiet and beautiful part of the state. $750,000.

Colt Ranch Colorado v Las Animas Co. v Trinidad

H & H Ranch



Colorado v Fremont County v Salida

Northeast of Salida on the Fremont/Park County border, this 4,000±-acre ranch features 160± deeded acres, 650± acres of BLM lease and 3,200± acres of state lease. Currently operated as a

7901 Southpark Plaza #216 Littleton, CO 80120

800 754-0544 • 303 534-4822


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guest operation, there is a fine owner’s home, a guesthouse that can accommodate eight people, barn and corrals. A year-round creek with priority water rights makes this an excellent horse property, recreational property or cattle operation. Electricity is provided via solar power with automatic generators for backup. $1,100,000.

Winter Range Ranch Montana v Deer Lodge County v Deer Lodge


Winter Range Ranch consists of 1,201Âą acres of very well kept, agriculturally productive land with the Little Blackfoot River running through the property. Beautiful cottonwood groves line the river frontage. Wells, ponds, streams and water rights, including partial irrigation, are included. The fenced and cross-fenced property has good access, outstanding wildlife habitat and a newer custom home. No corner was cut and no compromise was made in the building of this exquisite four-bedroom, four- and one-half-bath home boasting incredible views and all the bells and whistles. Enjoy great fishing, hunting, hiking, horseback riding and/or snowmobile/four-wheeler riding from your backdoor. From this property, you have access to over 27,000 acres of the Spotted Dog public lands for hunting, fishing, four-wheeling, etc., which makes this property your own private gateway to some of the finest recreational property in northwest Montana. $4,100,000. For more information, contact

Spokane Creek Ranch Montana Lewis and Clark County v East Helena


This beautiful 177.07-acre ranch has varied

terrain, abundant wildlife and a fabulous 5,800+-square-foot executive home. Spokane Creek runs through the property, and there are many water rights included as well as an automatic pivot, water line and a new irrigation well. The ranch brand is included with the sale. Restrictions are very limited, so there are many possibilities. A very nice hay meadow sits to the southeast. A nice newer barn, very large 2,040-square-foot shop, an additional five-stall hay storage barn, three grain silos and other outbuildings are included. The varied terrain of meadows and hills makes this property great for many recreational uses. $1,780,000. For more information on this property, please contact us at

Gary Frederick, Broker 3439 Ptarmigan Lane, Suite 2 Helena, MT 59602

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Own Your Own Ponderosa in Western Colorado! Colorado v Saguache County v Gunnison


From virtually any place on this 160-acre mountain ranch with home, shop buildings, two guest cabins and exquisite “trophy” building, spectacular views encompass mountain ranges in all directions. Ride by horseback directly to the famous Colorado Trail on the Continental Divide! Needle Creek ribbons through the 160 acres, and excellent fishing is provided in nearby Needle Creek Reservoir a quick one half mile away. Irrigated meadows, timber and abundant wildlife—especially elk—roam the property and surrounding national forest. Completely surrounded by Gunnison National Forest, this very private setting offers many exceptional qualities. This secluded pocket of land lies in a small drainage valley and ranges from creek bottom to irrigated hillside to treed terrain with aspen and pine. Beautiful rock outcroppings dot the landscape at 8,500–9,000 feet. This property has an extensive, state-of-the-art infrastructure with expandable options for future development. An excellent hunting and fishing property with end-of-the-road privacy is difficult to find in such an in holding with secured, year-round access; this is one of those unique finds. This high country hideaway is just 40 minutes from Gunnison’s airport and downtown conveniences and exclusively offered at $1,500,000. For more information and an informative PowerPoint presentation, contact Mindy at 970 641-1088 or

298-Acre Ranch and 900 Acres Colorado v Gunnison County v Powderhorn


If you dream of owning your own Colorado cattle ranch and hunting trophy elk in the Colorado Rockies, this is your opportunity to own both! Powderhorn is a small ranching

community just about 35 minutes from downtown Gunnison and the Gunnison County fullservice airport. Blue Mesa Reservoir, Colorado’s largest body of water, and the famous Crested Butte Ski Area are within a short drive from the property. The home ranch is approximately 298 acres with excellent water rights, a 15,000-acre grazing permit included and approximately two miles of Powderhorn Creek for fishing. Newer improvements including two homes, 30' by 50' shop, 60' by 100' machine shed, cabin shed, garage/shop, utility shed and barn are perfect for

99 East Cottonwood Road Gunnison, CO 81230

your future ranching needs. The 900-acre hunting property with a large, one-story, fully equipped

970 641-1088

subject to seller perfecting a 1031 tax exchange. The properties can be sold together or separately


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cabin that sleeps 10 is just a short one-hour drive from the home. The sale of both parcels is at $2,250,000 each. More information, photos and a personal tour can be arranged by contacting Listing Broker, Mindy Costanzo at 970 641-1088 or


Spring Canyon Ranch

Idaho v Blaine Co. v Sun Valley/Ketchum

Spring Canyon Ranch lies on 1,800± deeded acres of beautiful watershed property surrounded by BLM, state and private land. One and a half miles west of Hailey, this is one of the few remaining developable parcels in the Sun Valley/Ketchum area known for its world-class skiing and Rocky Mountain recreation. It includes 350± acres suitable for development, as well as a network of tributary canyons, trails, seasonal and perennial streams, ponds and an artesian geothermal hot spring. Hailey Hot Spring’s history goes back to the late 1800s where it was home to a large hotel and spa and subsequently provided piped hot water to the old Hiawatha Hotel in downtown Hailey. The property has elk, moose, deer, waterfowl and sage grouse habitat. The property also includes a $2+ million investment in development and entitlement studies, reports and applications; 14 irrigation water rights; irrigation and potable water wells; favorable zoning and a 190±-acre alfalfa farm. There is also a 2,015-square-foot, three-bedroom, one-and one-half-bath main house; 1,352-square-foot accessory building; 1,159-square-foot apartment with offices; and an attached 1,118-square-foot garage. See for more information. $8,500,000.

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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 blue-ribbon trout fishing, the ranch has two residences, a hunting lodge,

Bull Cedar Ranch

cabin, two sets of shipping pens with scales,

Wyoming v Natrona & Converse Counties v Midwest

good outbuildings and corrals. The terrain ranges from rolling prairie pastures to steep

wooded hills with pine and cedar. Major 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. The south end of the ranch may be purchased separately.

EVA Ranch Wyoming v Weston County v Newcastle


Enjoy this tremendous Black Hills setting along

Saddle Tree Ranch

the trail of the Historic Cheyenne-Deadwood Stagecoach. Set at the entrance to Beaver Creek Canyon, these 117 acres border a vast amount of public land in prime habitat for elk, deer and turkey. The two-story log lodge has five bedrooms, 3.75 baths, basement apartment and two-car garage. Features include a spacious great room, large kitchen, stone fireplace, hardwood floor, hobby room and huge master bedroom with sitting area, walk-in closet, office and bath with jetted tub. A historic barn, rumored to have been used for the stagecoach horses, sits near Beaver Creek, which is intermittent. The land


Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance

On the west side of the Black Hills with over five miles of Inyan Kara Creek running through, this ranch includes 5,392 deeded, 640 state leased and 480 BLM acres. Enjoy creek bottoms, valleys, deep draws, grasslands, high plateaus and wooded hills with pine, cedar, oak, cottonwood and aspen. There are two creeks, wells, springs, reservoirs and a new pipeline. Historically, some fields along Inyan Kara Creek were irrigated with side-rolls. There are 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. Twenty miles from Sundance and less than five miles from I-90, this is one of the finest ranches for sale in northeastern Wyoming at this time. $7,791,440.

is rich in history, beautiful scenery and wildlife.

Houston Creek Ranch

EVA Ranch is out of the way and out of the

Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance

ordinary! $1,100,000.


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

Lake, a pretty 8-acre lake perfect for stocking for private fishing. Beaver dams, natural springs, water

505 W. Main Street • Newcastle, WY 82701 wells and reservoirs lie throughout. From the pretty creek bottoms and pristine valleys to the timbered


307 746-2083

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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These 35 acres in the Lost Boy’s Ranch have a 5,068-square-foot, architect-designed custom home. A fabulous great room design is perfect for family gatherings or large parties. The 24-

Mountain Contemporary Colorado v La Plata County v Durango

foot ceilings are tongue-and-groove wood, and the views are accentuated by floor-to-ceiling Pozzi wood windows. Arched steel beams have been custom made for the barrel-vaulted ceiling of the art gallery and great room. The property features the ultimate in privacy, with a mix of ponderosa pines, rocky outcropping and grassy meadows. The exquisite finishes and materials have been carefully chosen to blend with the natural surroundings. The master suite features a fireplace, yoga/meditation room or office, exercise room, his and her walk-in closets, indoor and outdoor showers and could possibly be the nicest master bath in all of Durango. The two additional guest room suites are in a private wing with a private family room. There are two offices (his and hers) and extensive and expansive outdoor patios. $1,995,000.

The Merriman Ranch

On Junction Creek

Colorado v La Plata County v Durango

Colorado v La Plata County v Durango


The detail in this home is everything you would expect from a master woodworker. The custom oak entry door is six-panel with stained glass

and custom oak trim throughout. The solid The Merriman is a coveted ranch of perfect size and scale… 100 acres of irrigated pasture and three-quarter-inch wood flooring in the dining ponderosa pines in the beautiful Pine River Valley The pasturelands are irrigated by side roll, pivot room, living room, master bedroom and office


and big gun. Additional acreage in evergreen alpine forest is perfect for pleasure riding. The roping/ is white oak with Brazilian cherry inlay. The riding arena is for the roping enthusiast and the two horse barns are plenty to house a breeding kitchen is well designed with the chef in mind. or boarding operation. There is also a quintessential bunkhouse plus a caretaker’s apartment and

There are abundant custom maple cabinets

tractor barn. The perfectly wonderful home features a great room with large stone fireplace and with crown molding, and the countertops are beamed ceilings; oversized dining room with sunken bar area and gas fireplace. A gourmet kitchen solid “blue eyes” granite (the blue gives an completes the essentials of this stylish ranch home. The master suite is on the main level with sitting added depth to the granite). This 3,834-squarearea, sauna, steam and private deck. The dream library has its own access to the deck overlooking

foot residence has four bedrooms, three and a

the meadows. Two additional “en suite” upper bedrooms are for guests or family. $3,500,000.

half baths, a family room, sunroom (with gas


fireplace) dining room and a wonderful great

This peaceful and idyllic 35-acre estate borders

room with floor-to-ceiling rock fireplace, vaulted

Coon Creek. This exquisite home was fashioned

tongue-and-groove ceiling and a wall of windows

in the Chateau style and finished by this area’s

opening to the covered deck, the extensive water

most respected craftsmen. These 7,685 square

features and Junction Creek. $1,495,000.

feet include a four-bedroom, three-bath main home, a one-bedroom, one-bath guesthouse a four-car garage, formal and informal dining, as well as living room, family room and executive office. The grounds are as meticulous as the home. A large pond with dock and private

Chateau in Idyllic Setting Colorado v La Plata Co. v Durango

tennis court are surrounded by lush green meadows and cottonwoods. The property is beautiful and private with mountain and valley views and it is located in the most exclusive five-mile stretch of Durango in the north Animas River Valley. $3,950,000.

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On the western slope of the Big Horn Mountains, this flourishing foothill/mountain property supports diverse wildlife and is home to trophy elk and deer. Featuring 7,068± acres (4,749± deeded), this very good working cattle ranch is rated at 250 AUs year-round. The elegant main residence offers 3,898± square feet with an attached three-car garage. Over 50% of the ranch consists of heavily timbered hillsides, draws, canyons and large open grass

The Clay Ranch Wyoming v Washakie County v Ten Sleep

meadows that provide natural cover and forage for elk, deer, antelope, mountain lion, beaver, black bear, bobcat, fox, coyote, eagle, hawk, sage grouse and blue grouse. Elevation ranges

from 4,995 feet at headquarters and hay meadows to 7,200 feet in mountain terrain. A mile of Canyon Creek and two large ponds provide excellent trout fishing. There is a conservation easement on a large portion of the ranch; however, a large building envelope remains. Two additional residences and a beautiful log cabin on mountain land. Was $13,799,000. Reduced to $10,900,000.

Carlat Ranch Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo

George R. Mitchell Ranch Wyoming v Platte County v Wheatland


These 3,515± acres (2,463± deeded, 972± state lease and 80± BLM lease) have an estimated carrying capacity of 150–175 AUs year-round, excellent adjudicated water rights for 371± acres from the North Laramie River, two older residences, a shop, barn and corrals. The river traverses the deeded portion for 2.5 miles,


Located 24 miles south of Buffalo, these 4,718± acres (4,638± deeded, 80± BLM lease) are owner-rated at 250 animal units year-round. Depending on the year, fertilizer program and management practices, the ranch can produce 850–1,000 tons of hay annually, which allows for hay to be sold. 209± acres are irrigated under two pivot sprinkler systems; 40± acres are flood irrigated; 64± acres are irrigated by gated pipe and 159± acres are dryland hay land. Two creeks traverse the ranch and two large reservoirs and a large stock water storage tank are piped to stock tanks. Fenced into seven pastures, the ranch has first priority adjudicated water rights out of Beaver Creek. Improvements consist of a newer modular residence with attached two-car garage, older log home, doublewide mobile home, large shop/machine building, calving shed, barns, corrals and a new set of pipe corrals. Enjoy good fishing and hunting. $4,525,000.

hay meadows along the North Laramie River


drainage and heavily treed areas along the river

well as providing excellent habitat and cover

providing excellent livestock water availability

These 3,138± acres (1,166 deeded, 465 state

and wildlife habitat. The topography consists of

lease, 1,506 BLM lease) feature Bates Creek—

gently rolling hills, rock-chalk bluffs, irrigated

the focal point of the ranch—with German brown, brook and rainbow trout fishing, as

bottom. Price reduced to $2,438,370.

for both livestock and wildlife. The habitat of mixed grass and sagebrush rangeland flanked by steep, irregular hillsides supports antelope, deer and elk. Deep pockets within the high

58 E. Benteen St. • Buffalo, WY 82834

country provide natural protection for wildlife.

307 684-9556 888 684-9557 toll free

Improvements include a restored bunkhouse,


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new Morton building, corrals and a workshop/ garage. A domestic well was drilled in 2009; electric power is available. $1,450,000.

Caribou Creek Ranch Washington v Kittitas County v Ellensburg


Nestled in the fertile Kittitas Valley and wrapped in panoramic mountain and pastoral views, this property lies just two hours east of Seattle along the I-90 corridor. This premier, impeccably maintained, 215-acre working ranch offers the best of all worlds for the equine and cattle enthusiast. It offers grassy, fully irrigated acreage with clear cedar fencing and New Zealand fencing. The indoor 180' by 200' riding arena has

24 stalls with automatic waterers, wide aisles, two tack rooms, a heated wash rack, spacious office and covered parking for trucks and trailers, providing every facet for successful, effective breeding and training. There are cross-fenced pastures with loafing sheds plus convenient access to the hydraulic cattle loading chutes, sorting corrals, certified scales, hay barn, mare motels with automatic waterers and equestrian facilities. A breeding barn for AI collection has a modern breeding laboratory and multiple stalls. An expansive 3,600-square-foot owner’s residence exudes quality throughout with four bedrooms, an impressive great room, country kitchen, living room, office, craft room, recreational room and three baths, all while overlooking the impressive grounds. An enormous mechanical building with an apartment, two additional mobiles for staff and a considerable hay barn lie near the equestrian facilities. Additional acreage and an airport facility with hangar and 2,000-foot paved airstrip are available separately. Destiny has arrived with truly the rarest of opportunities at Caribou Creek Ranch where you can take in nature’s beauty immersed in a vast herd of elk, trout pond, miles of riding, snowmobiling, ATV activities and much more. $2,770,000. Scan code to view property on your mobile device.

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Fed by the winter snows in the Big Horn Mountains, French Creek tumbles past the spacious home and rustic cabin of the 389-

Scully Ranch Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo

acre Scully Ranch. In the foothills of the Big Horns, approximately five miles west of historic Buffalo, the ranch headquarters includes a 3,716-square-foot home, outdoor pool, guesthouse, cabin, 40' by 64' shop, two greenhouses and extensive, professional landscaping. The ranch is ideal for horses or a small cattle ranch with irrigated hay meadows, native grazing land, corrals and divided




opportunities in the area include skiing, hiking in the Cloud Peak Wilderness, big game hunting, boating and fishing, numerous historic sites and live music and performances at the historic Occidental Hotel in Buffalo and WYO Theater in Sheridan. Proceeds from the sale of the ranch go to the John Scully Foundation Trust that provides college scholarships for students from Wyoming and South Dakota. $2,295,000.


Truly spectacular views of the Big Horn Mountains make living on this 80-acre ranch an ever-changing drama. Watch spectacular sunsets from the front porch of the custom-built, 4,804-square-foot home, which is attractively finished and designed for comfortable living. A 60' by 100' shop/barn has five finished rooms in addition to barn/storage space. This property is set up for horses with separate pastures, corals and a horse shelter. Only minutes north of historic Buffalo, riding opportunities abound on the nearby Bighorn National Forest and Cloud Peak Wilderness. $999,000.

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Lake Ridge Horse Ranch Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo


870-Acre Montana Paradise

Montana v Ravalli County v Florence

Located 30 miles south of Missoula in the Bitterroot Valley, this property sits amidst mountainous, rolling “Big Sky Country” with many beautiful scattered pine trees and pristine meadows where elk and mule deer abound. Enjoy breathtaking scenery and beautiful building sites with snowcapped mountains to the west and BLM land to the south and north. A 70,000±-acre timbered tract lies to the east. Eight Mile Creek runs parallel to Eight Mile Creek Road on the south side, and two small streams flow out of the north side of the property down into the creek. All water rights and subsurface oil and gas minerals owned by seller will be conveyed to buyer at closing and funding. This





conveniently located to a commercial airport in Missoula. Reasonably priced at $7,950 per acre, versus $15,123.48 per acre in 2008. We will divide as indicated on the website at

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Screaming Elk Ranch

Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose


World-class views of the San Juans and Cimarron Valley await you when you come home to the Screaming Elk Ranch. This is one of Western Colorado’s finest properties for unmatched views, seclusion, year-round access and hunting on your own 403 acres or nearby national forest for deer, elk and bear. Recreation is limitless, while the conveniences of a regional airport, shopping and restaurants are less than 40 minutes away. For the fisherman, it is just minutes to the Gunnison River in Black Canyon National Park or Blue Mesa Reservoir for great fishing or boating enjoyment. As you tour this pristine property, you will find the terrain changes with each new area having a unique beauty. The habitat for elk is perfect here with the thick stands of aspen, open meadows, several ponds and creek. You will know why they call it Screaming Elk Ranch when you are sitting

on the porch in the fall enjoying the views at sunset and the bull elk start bugling. Year-round access makes Screaming Elk Ranch the perfect family or corporate retreat. The beautifully appointed home depicts Western charm with rustic, exposed timbers, covered porches, a stamped ceiling and a gorgeous rock fireplace. Move right in; most everything from the kitchen table to the four wheelers is included. So come in, sit down, relax, breathe the air and enjoy the sights, sounds and comforts of a truly spectacular western Colorado property. $2,900,000.

Alpine View Mark Covington 970 209-1956 909 South Townsend Ave. Montrose, CO 81401

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Mancos River Ranch Colorado v Montezuma Co. v Mancos


Mancos River Ranch has 343 acres of irrigated pastures, lush meadows, mature woodlands and

Engwis Ranch

lush riparian areas. The ranch is surrounded by

Montana v Sweet Grass County v Big Timber


San Juan National Forest and has magnificent views of the La Plata Mountains and Mesa

Rarely does a ranch of this historical significance, productivity, recreational value and diversity Verde. There are significant water rights (3 cfs), become available, particularly in the gorgeous Yellowstone Valley. Engwis Ranch is now for sale

.94 mile of West Mancos River frontage and

by the owner, and we have been chosen to support the owner in finding a legacy buyer who will

80+ acres of irrigated pasture–perfect for horses

protect and preserve the ranch in its entirety and nurture its special attributes for generations or a small cattle operation. Best of all, it is a to come. The ranch includes 5,500 acres, three and a half miles of the Yellowstone River, a recreational playground, with fishing, hunting, 9,500-square-foot main residence, indoor riding arena with guesthouse and several exceptional

trail riding and hiking in your own backyard.

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

$2,795,000. Co-listed with Larry Gardner with

label: Legacy Property. Owner Representation. $15,500,000.

Prudential Triple S Realty.


Remote, rare and raw beauty describes this 1,546-acre northern New Mexico ranch. The ranch is well suited for use as a recreational family retreat with a 3,372-square-foot, fivebedroom, five-bath home and 1,712-squarefoot guest cabin. With elevations ranging from 7,800 to 9,500 feet, the ranch offers two fishing creeks and diverse topography with large open meadows and extensive spruce, pine, aspen, cedar and oak woodlands. It could be a great cattle or horse ranch with the benefit of being a

Rice Ranch

big game hunter’s paradise. $7,950,000.

New Mexico v Rio Arriba County v Tierra Amarilla

Hartland Ranch Colorado v Archuleta Co. v Pagosa Springs


Hartland Ranch is one of those rare properties that encompasses a very private family compound with a separate high-end retreat with five beautiful cabins. Located on 85 acres of manicured pastures and pine forest, just outside of downtown Pagosa Springs, there is a gorgeous 6,554-square-foot main residence, 3,224-squarefoot barn with 850-square-foot apartment, outdoor riding arena and five lovely guest cabins (three with 1,484 square feet and two with 1,938 square feet). The property has exceptional water rights, ponds and meticulously maintained grounds. $4,995,000.

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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.


This ranch has 693 acres that include 428 irrigated acres and 256 acres used for pasture. The ranch has been used primarily as a hay ranch with cows and calves as a secondary business. The reverse would work as well giving versatility to an ever-changing marketplace. Highway 97 gives great access in all weather for loading hay or unloading cattle trucks. The ranch has quality, sandy loam soils and two low-lift wells providing water to two pivots and wheel lines. Near the Butte Valley farming community of Dorris, it is a 20-minute drive to Klamath Falls, Oregon, which provides all your service needs. $1,690,000.

Klamath Pass Ranch California v Siskiyou County v Dorris

Los Molinos Irrigated Ranch California v Tehama County v Red Bluff







deeded acres, including 90Âą acres in gravityflow irrigated pasture. Inexpensive water comes from a dependable low-cost district with 2010 irrigation costs of approximately $2,900. Large portions of quality soil qualify

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the ranch for orchard planting with Class II and Class III soil types. The present owner cut 3,000 bales of grass hay last year and runs 60 cow/calf pairs on the ranch year-round. Improvements include a well-maintained home and several older barns. Located near a thriving farming community with high school and grade school, the ranch is close to Red Bluff and Chico, which provide full shopping and farm implement service to suit your needs. $1,250,000.

Wheaton Angus Ranch


Idaho v Canyon County v Nampa

This 120-acre, “pride of ownership� farm is all irrigated with wheel lines. A 300-foot geothermal well with a 130-degree temperature supplies water. Enjoy a beautifully landscaped 4-acre cooling pond. Outbuildings consist of a 60' by 25' shop with office, a 60' by 25' loafing shed, 110' by 45' covered hay storage and an absolutely gorgeous, custom 4,600-squarefoot home beautifully trimmed in oak. It offers four bedrooms, four and a half baths, office, and an oversized three-car garage. This fantastic location features views of the Owyhee Mountains. $1,290,000.

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Rock n River Ranch

Utah v Washington County v Rockville Imagine almost 18 acres of serenity with Zions National Park as your backdrop. This ranch is in

Neil Gibbs

Rockville, Utah, and the beautiful Virgin River runs right through the property. There is vinyl

20 N. Main #405 • St. George, UT 84770 fencing, separate pastures and even horses included. Not only is there the main house of 2,920

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square feet, but also a casita, pool and a barn/RV garage. Included are 18 shares of water plus a well on the property. Asking price is $1,850,000 and seller financing is available.

Buck Springs Ranch Oregon v Crook County v Bend


Buck Springs Ranch lies at the base of the Maury Mountains, only an hour from Bend and minutes from a large recreational reservoir.

The ranch encompasses 15,700± acres (8,900 deeded and 6,800 government leased) and is bordered by thousands of acres of national forest. It offers exceptional privacy, beautiful scenery, pine and aspen forests, hunting, wildlife viewing and one of the greatest climates in the United States. The creek and numerous springs and ponds attract deer, elk, antelope, game birds and more. There are three residences, a top-quality arena-barn, kennel, shops, large-animal handling facilities and numerous horse-safe pastures. Qualifies for nine land-owner hunting tags. $7,900,000. Offered as a single unit, but may be split. Co-listed with Mason Morse Ranch Co., 970 948-0423, Robb Van Pelt.

50-Acre Luxury Estate Lender-Owned

Oregon v Marion County v Salem


This is a fantastic opportunity to own a spectacular estate. This hilltop estate with a 20,000-squarefoot, five-bedroom, nine-bath home is lender owned and bargain priced! View the virtual tour to see where luxury and quality meet value. From the master chef’s kitchen to the huge master suite and ambassador quality office/library, you can experience quality and luxury not found at this price. Add the recreational amenities, including indoor/outdoor pool; recreational room with twolane bowling alley, tennis/basketball court and unfinished stable and you will not want to leave. Top it off with a maid/employee’s apartment, conference center, six-car garage and huge shop/RV barn. This could be a year-round home, vacation home or a corporate retreat. Now only $2,700,000.

Ron Davis 650 SW Bond Street Bend, OR 97702

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Summer Range Ranch

Untouched, Untamed and Unforgettable Colorado v Eagle County v Wolcott


The sophisticated, yet charming town of Vail, consistently rated as a top ski resort of the world, exudes mountain glamour with its world-class shopping, galleries, après ski bars and dining and is distinguished by its tantalizing powder, pristine Back Bowls and 5,289 acres of skiable terrain. Just 25 minutes outside Vail is Wolcott, a town radiant with the historic ranching legacy of the Old West that celebrates the Vail Valley’s most prized possession: endless acres of pristine, unspoiled land. Rising from Wolcott, Summer Range Ranch is unquestionably the most dramatic and breathtaking ranch in the Rocky Mountains. Just minutes to Beaver Creek and Vail, yet a pristine world unto itself, this idyllic setting consists of 825 unforgettable acres that overlook sweeping views from the Gore Range to the Flat Tops to Castle Peak. Boasting diverse terrain and vistas, there are grand stands of ancient pines, lush wildflower meadows, waves of aspen fields and dramatic rock outcroppings. A hunter and fisherman’s paradise, this magnificent land allows you to literally enjoy nature’s playground unrestricted with pure freedom. Fish from magnificent trout-filled ponds, hunt on your private preserve or trek into the contiguous BLM land that never ends. Conveniently platted into 35acre parcels, this unequalled ranchland awaits your personal statement. $30,000,000.

Suzi Apple P.O. Box 1777 • Edwards, CO 81632

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40-Acre Ranch With Vineyard Oregon v Josephine County v Grants Pass


Munger Creek Ranch encompasses a 3-acre vineyard of Syrah grapes. The wine produced is served locally in several fine restaurants. A 4-acre open pasture and forest cover the remaining acres, offering a variety of uses and vistas. Year-round Munger Creek flows through the property. A master craftsman created the home and its many unique and beautiful design details. Other buildings include a pole barn, workshop with greenhouse and guest quarters, an earth-covered wine cellar and creekside gazebo. This beautiful irrigated property is listed at $1,285,000. View virtual tour at


This secluded 127-acre ranch on the Applegate River lies 10 miles outside of Grants Pass. Irrigation rights from the river ensure lots of water and there is also a .5-acre pond. There are two homes on four tax lots with the potential for more with the RR5 zoning. This property is totally fenced with top-of-the-line fencing and gated with two entries. The property has half a mile of Applegate River frontage and a great

Applegate River Ranch With Two Homes Oregon v Josephine County v Grants Pass

fishing dock for steelhead and salmon fishing. The Applegate River meets the Rogue River very near this property. This truly beautiful property has great potential. Listed at $1,100,000. View virtual tour at

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Cataract Creek Ranch Estates Colorado v Summit County v Silverthorne


Less than an hour from five world-class ski

resorts, this legendary 314-acre parcel offers the most pristine mountain landscapes imaginable. Enjoy awe-inspiring views of the lush Cataract Falls that drop 400 vertical feet into the Lower Cataract Lake below, all cradled by the imposing peaks of the Gore Range and Elliott Ridge as a backdrop. Just fifteen minutes to Green Mountain Reservoir provides an excellent place to enjoy boating, fishing and water sports on a long summer day. Also nearby are the well-known trails that take you into the alluring backcountry of Eagles Nest Wilderness. Bordered by national forest, the sprawling acreage is zoned for a minimum of nine home sites and includes numerous mountain top locations with panoramic views and flat building sites, allowing endless possibilities for the home(s) of your dreams. This unforgettable property would be an exceptional setting for a private hunting retreat and perfect for a conservation easement that would allow for significant tax savings while preserving an extraordinary piece of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. Approximately one mile off of a county maintained road, you will find a modest, yet newer log-sided cabin with two bedrooms, a spacious loft, two and a half baths, a 1,200+-square-foot unfinished basement and an attached two-car garage. The entire property is fully fenced with power already run to the existing home. This is truly a mountain paradise that you must experience for yourself! $2,500,000.

In the Heart of Colorado’s Ski Country


Colorado v Summit County v Silverthorne

In the mountain meadows below the towering Gore Range’s serrated peaks, you will find a place like no other – Moser Meadows. Just 30 minutes from some of the best skiing and snow sports in the country, this enchanting refuge includes 156 acres and ranges in elevation from 8,200 to 8,900 feet above sea level. Find yourself in dense groves of aspen, pine, spruce and fir trees or on the banks of the Blue River fishing the Gold Medal waters with 3,200 feet of river frontage. This property can be subdivided into as many as seven or eight home sites and the utilization of a conservation easement may have significant tax benefits for a new buyer. Take a scenic hike or horseback ride through the private entrance into the coveted Eagles Nest Wilderness area, which

Properties of the Summit

provides access to one of Colorado’s most untamed expanses with over 130,000 protected acres and 180 miles of trails. Moser Meadows is bordered on the south and the west sides by national

Henry E. Barr & The Barr Team

forest, on the east by the Blue River and on the north by private ranchland. Enjoy views of the

305 Main Street • P.O. Box 610 Frisco, CO 80443

Williams Fork Range and the Blue River Valley with the occasional herd of elk or deer to keep you company. Come see for yourself and be inspired by the invigorating powder days and bluebird

800 289-5305 • 970 668-5300

skies that Colorado winters have to offer and most glorious summer days that will make you


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want to stay forever! $6,300,000.

Arrow T Ranch Arizona v Yavapai County v Prescott


A short drive from downtown Prescott leads you to the Arrow T Ranch at the end of the

road and behind a locked gate. Set amidst oak trees and pinion pines near the base of Granite Mountain, the ranch’s 2.617 deeded acres and 160 state lease acres are at a mile-high elevation. Exquisitely improved, the ranch has a 3,615-square-foot main home, remodeled in 2009, with granite countertops, slate, tile and laminate wood floors, interior wood siding with high-beamed ceilings and a large rock fireplace. A 1,760-square-foot finished barn provides a nice home for both your horses and ranch guests with about a third of the barn being a separate guest living area. Other improvements are a 1,200-square-foot detached garage/storage, a 360-square-foot fully finished and drained green house, 240-square-foot screen house, sauna and hot tub, pipe and cable riding arena and a dog run. The fully fenced 160-acre state lease area also has building improvements and gives an owner a nice area to ride or pasture. Small ranches of this caliber in the immediate Prescott area are quite rare. $1,250,000 cash. Call Paul Groseta, 928 634-8110.

Paul Groseta P.O. Box 1840 • Cottonwood, AZ 86326

928 634-8110

Two Creek Canyon Ranch Montana v Meagher Co. v White Sulfur Springs


Absolute auction on July 29 at 11:00 a.m. MDT. Own this 2,500-acre working ranch with two live creeks, small ponds and a variety of wildlife. Barns, corrals and historic structures are found here. Explore Indian caves containing historic rock paintings. Very few ranches come up for sale in this area, and this one has been in the same family for generations. Do not miss this opportunity! Terms and conditions apply. 10% buyers premium. Visit for details.

Thomas & Company Tom VanHoose 866 582-3900

5 Acres With Private Fishing Colorado v Summit County v Silverthorne


These 5 acres (horses permitted) have the option for private fishing on the lower Blue

two-car detached garage, views and proximity

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to national forest for all your outdoor

Rebecca Gutherie

adventures. Have your family be a part of

217 CR 100 BRR Silverthorne, CO 80498

River. The 3,384-square-foot home features two master suites, a two-car attached garage, a

nature’s Rocky Mountain high, not your neighbors! $569,000. An additional 15 acres are available for $195,000.

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Fuller Western Real Estate

800 754-0544

Colorado Dream Property Luxury for Less! Energy-efficient, custom designer home, open, panoramic views, indoor/outdoor arenas, 100 acres, custom horse facility, trails. 719 369-2421

Ainsworth Ranch – Gunnison County, CO: Located in Colorado’s #1 recreational county. Features a fine 2,200sf cabin. $1,500,000 Apishipa Ranch – Las Animas County, CO: Gorgeous 350 acres of prime southern Colorado. $960,000. Arroyo Honda Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: 474± acre cattle/recreational opportunity with great hunting. $890,000. Bader Gulch Ranch – Washakie County, WY: 1,760± acre recreational & grazing ranch east of Ten Sleep. $1,395,000. Bighorn Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: Smaller & very affordable 280 acre ranch with large herd of resident bighorn sheep. $390,000. Canyongate Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: Scenic 2,520± acre ranch near Gardner in the Wet Mountains. Owner will sell lesser amounts. $875,000. D Bar T Ranch – Rio Blanco County, CO: On the banks of the White River with impressive home, irrigated meadows and BLM access. $2,350,000. Eight Feathers Ranch – Fremont County, WY: 240±-acre ranch with .5 mile of the Little Wind River. $1,100,000. Elliott Ranch – Las Animas County, CO: 300± fenced mountain acres w/ 4-bed home, barn and recreation. $575,000. Flowers Trail Ranch – Larimer County, CO: Beautiful 160±-acre equestrian ranch west of Ft. Collins. $985,000. Gateway to the Sangres Ranch – Custer County, CO: Near Westcliffe, a 960± acre ranch with both flat grazing land and steep forested mountains. $995,000. Harte Ranch – Las Animas County, CO: 13,300 deeded acres of classic eastern Colorado. $2,981,456 H & H Ranch – Fremont County, CO: 4,000± acre guest operation w/ improvements and priority water. page 32 $1,100,000. Horn Creek Ranch – Johnson County, WY: 5,157± acre legacy ranch w/ extraordinary water resources! $6,200,000.

Five Star Ranch

Laramie River Ranch, Platte County, WY: Situated alon the Laramie River, these 280 acres offers fine home & recreational opportunities. $1,300,000. Lazy L & B Ranch, Fremont County, WY: Quintessential Western guest facility on 128 acres bordering a river. $1,995,000. 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 North Pavillion Farm, Fremont County, WY: 960 acre working farm with good water & mild climate. $1,285,000. Old Cow Town Ranch – Saguache, CO: This oneof-a-kind 320±-acre ranch offers an authentic 1880s Old West town. Price reduced to $7,500,000 Renegade Ranch – Grand County, CO: Gold medal trout waters at the confluence of the Colorado and William’s Fork Rivers. $675,000. Rorick Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: Stunning home & barn on 306 acres overlooking the beautiful La Veta Valley. $925,000 San Luis Valley Cattle Ranch – Saguache County, CO: 2,911-acre cattle ranch is the fertile San Luis Valley of south Colorado. Great water! $2,000,000 Shoutis Orchard – Montrose County, CO: Successful apple & peach orchard on 125 acres. Price Reduced to $995,000. Siebolt Creek Ranch – 840 prime recreational acres on the edge of the Laramie Mountain Range near Wheatland, WY. $966,000. Spring Canyon Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: Commercial 460±-acre hunting operation & recreational ranch with impressive owner’s home and other cabins. $1,745,000. Tatman Ranch – Huerfano County, CO: Wellpriced 1,450-acre cattle & recreation ranch east of Walsenburg. $888,000. Three Creek Ranch – Grant County, CO: This 50±-acre parcel has trout rich Willow Creek run the entire property. $$695,000. Tygee Creek Ranch – Caribou County, ID: 159-acre fishing property in the scenic Star Valley south of Jackson Hole. $786,000. UXU Guest Ranch – Park County, WY: Premier 37-guest dude ranch with a quality trout stream running through it just east of Yellowstone. $1,500,000. Wiant Ranch – Carbon County, WY: 1,990±-acre ranch with great hay and water of Cedar Creek near Saratoga. $2,700,000.

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EIKENBERRY RANCH—Goshen County, WY: Scenic, private 2,276± deeded acres located 15 miles south of Lusk, WY. Ample water for livestock, modest improvements. $950,000 HARDING COUNTY GRASS RANCH—Harding County, SD: Highly productive native grass ranch 3 miles south of Buffalo, SD. 2,483± deeded, 920 state lease, 80 county lease for 3,484± total acres. $865,000 STAR LIGHT RANCH—17 miles southeast of Casper, WY. 848­+ deeded acres in Natrona County, 328­± deeded acres in Converse County, 1,280± state & 334± acres BLM lease for 2,790± total acres. 100 irrigated acres, nice improvements. $2,150,000 YELLOWSTONE RIVER RANCH— Rosebud County, MT: 1201± extraordinarily diverse sporting acres with .5 mile of Yellowstone River frontage. 876+ deeded & 325 state lease acres. Sportsman’s paradise. Reduced to $1,490,000 CHARTER RANCH—Yellowstone County, MT: Historic cattle ranch 5 miles north of Billings. 7,148.53± deeded & 320 acres BLM lease. $7,148,530 CANYON VIEW RANCH—Sioux County, NE: 710± deeded acres bordering Soldier Creek Wilderness Area. Electricity available. $295,000 McCOLLUM RANCH PROPERTY-Crook County, WY: 578± deeded acres south of Little Missouri River. Abundant wildlife. No improvements. $795,150 HORSE THIEF CANYON RANCH–Weston County, WY: 1,041± contiguous acres 23 miles north of Newcastle, WY. $1,821,600 LARAMIE PEAK RANCH—Converse County, WY: Located at foot of Laramie Peak 7,127± acres: 2,227 deeded, 320 state lease, 4,580 forest service permit acres. Reduced to $2,870,000.

866 559-3478 Old Jim’s Lake Ranch – 640 acres in eastern Oregon is a hunter’s paradise with big mule buck & antelope! View our website for the details. A steal at $295,000. Klamath Falls – 2695 acres of beautiful Oregon! Hunting and recreational parcel with privacy. Best Value! Offered at $1,250,000 Indian Creek – 80 acres with some of the best deer hunting in southern Oregon! 2,400-sqft home with 2-family set up if needed. Only $499,900 Coon Point – 485 acres on Klamath Lake, OR - One of a kind! 5BR home, cabins, RV hookups and loads of hunting at your fingertips! Priced to sell $2,975,000 Rogue Elk Equestrian Ranch – A horse lover’s paradise on the famous Rogue River! Huge price reduction! View our website for details. $990,000 Shale City – 32+acres Outside of beautiful Ashland, OR. Homesite approved with septic and well in. Ready to build your dream home! Offered at $265,000 Gold Beach – 117 acres Where the Pistol River meets the Pacific Ocean! Outstanding views of the Pacific coastline with wildlife at your doorstep. Priced to sell $779,000. Chetco River – 9 acres with 1,500ft of riverfront with World Class Salmon and Steelhead fishing. 2 cleared homesites and a short walk to the harbor. This piece of paradise will go fast! Offered at $459,900. Dauenhauer Sampson Creek Ranch – 4,395 acres in the dazzling mountains of southern Oregon. The wildlife is endless with elk, bear, cougar, upland game birds and can be seen at any given moment. View our website for details. Offered at $5,700,000.

Prudential Steamboat Realty 970 879-8100

Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty

307 739-8149 Antelope Run Ranch is a beautiful 9,800±-acre ranch at the foot of the Bridger-Teton National Forest just 45 minutes from Pinedale, WY and 2 hours from Jackson Hole, WY. The ranch includes a magnificent 9,638-sq/ft custom main home called The Hill House; a 2,125-sq/ft ranch manager’s log home; a 1,620-sq/ft guesthouse; a 20,572-sq/ft heated indoor horse arena; a 9-bay, 4,512-sq/ ft log garage w/workshop & office; and a fully equipped FAA, DEQ-certified 7,850-foot airstrip. In addition to 10 miles of South Horse Creek that flows through the heart of the Ranch, there are 3 large, spring-fed ponds which offer excellent fishing as they are stocked with rainbow trout. There is abundant wildlife on the ranch throughout the year. Adjacent to the ranch is a 640-acre Wyoming State land section that hosts an elk feed ground with approximately 800 elk wintering annually.

Historic Ranch North of Steamboat Springs: 800 pristine acres & 2 miles of river. 2 luxury homes, water rights, equestrian facilities. $32,500,000.  May also be divided and purchased in several different configurations.  Pam Vanatta. Prudential Steamboat Realty. 970 291-8100. For more details and photos, visit 155-Acre Estate minutes from the Steamboat Springs resort. 10,308 sf/ft property. Private lake, abundant water & space, endless activities. $17,000,000. Pam Vanatta. Prudential Steamboat Realty. 970 291-8100. Visit 2,000 Ac Near Steamboat & Stagecoach Reservoir.  Enjoy ponds, springs, hunting and endless activities. $5,500,000. Pam Vanatta & Vicky Hanna. Prudential Steamboat Realty. 970 879-8100.

METRO BROKERS, INC. Joe Demko, Broker • 972 467-3008 **Reduced by $500,000** Large custom home on 158 lovely acres near Dallas.  Rare mineral rights! View photos at $1.2M

Windermere Real Estate

208 468-7848 Wheaton Angus Ranch 120-acre, irrigated, pride of ownership farm with all- irrigated wheel lines, water supplied by 300-foot geothermal well (130-degree temperature). Beautiful, landscaped 2-acre cooling pond. Outbuildings consist of 60x25 shop w/office, loafing shed (60x25), covered hay storage (110x45), an absolutely gorgeous custom 4,600 sq/ft home beautifully trimmed in oak. 4BRs, 4.5BAs with oversized 3-car garage. Fantastic location with views of the Owyhee Mountains. $1,290,000 Office Manager

Galles Properties

970 264-1250 125-Acre Horse Property with home, shop, barn, 110x220 indoor riding arena. Beautiful views. $1,350,000. Steven Crow, 970 946-2134. Exquisite 4,200+ SF Custom Log Home on 35 acres bordering national forest. Beautiful interiors, majestic mountain views, 2,400 sf workshop. $1,195,000. Tim Plate, 970 759-8950. Magnificent, Private 3,969 SF Round Log Home on 40 acres bordering national forest on 2 sides. Beautiful views. $1,695,000. Juli Morelock, 970 946-2137. Hand-Hewn Timber/Log Home on 35 acres bordering national forest w/horse setup, water rights, views, tack room, barn. Pasture yields on average 600 bales of fine grass hay every summer. $429,000. Juli Morelock, 970 946-2137. 7,000 SF Lodge on 55 acres w/national forest on 2 sides & Turkey Creek running through. Fenced for horses. Close to town & Wolf Creek Ski Area. $3,475,000. Steven Crow, 970 946-2134. 225 Acres Bordering National Forest with 3,553 sf home, huge Continental Divide views, extremely private, abundant wildlife. $1,395,000, Juli Morelock, 970 946-2137. 340 Acres Surrounded by National Forest w/2,400+ sf home, barn, shop, 2-acre pond, creek and beautiful mtn. views. $4,900,000, Steven Crow, 970 946-2137.

35 Park-Like Acres with expansive mountain views and large open meadow. Very private with abundant wildlife, private access to BLM and state land. $229,000. Lindy Moore, 970 749-5062. A River Runs Through It. 35 acres of lush high alpine forest with the Rito Blanco River running through the property. Enjoy fishing in your own back yard, mountain views, wildlife, true Colorado. $449,000. Lindy Moore, 970 749-5062. Impeccable 4,239 sq. ft. Home on 35 park-like acres with 360-degree views of the Continental Divide and the Navajo River Valley. Watch the elk, beer and bear right out of your window. $1,500,000. Lindy Moore 970 749-5062.

AvenueOne Properties Suzy Juncker, Broker

512 472-3336 • ELGIN, BASTROP COUNTY, TEXAS: Horse property, 50± acres, woods & pasture, 2 nice houses, 12-stall barn, covered runs, round pens, smaller barn, great well, recent pump, excellent fencing, private & secure.

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970 535-0881 • Ron Morris 970 927-3850 • Billy Long A Performance Equestrian Estate at Cottonwood Springs Ranch – Durango, CO 540-acre exquisite equestrian property with masterpiece residence, manager, foreman and guest homes, 20,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art barn with ranch offices, state-ofthe-art breeding and training facilities, impeccable landscaping and more. $12,000,000 Antelope Valley Ranch – Cotopaxi, CO 1,500 acres with mountain views bordering 30,000 acres of BLM offering a 2,016 sq. ft. adobe residence with four cabins. The ideal corporate retreat, family ranch or private hunting property. $3,500,000 Apishapa River Canyon Ranch – Fowler, CO 13,000-acre cattle ranch situated along several canyons currently runs 250–300 pair, excellent cattle handling facilities, springs, seasonal ponds, wells, water from Apishapa River, underground pipeline system. $2,980,000 Argyle Ranch - Pringle, SD 520 acres with 90% perimeter bordering National Forest 25 east of WY and one hour from Rapid City. High water table, wells with development potential. $960,000 Bear Creek Ranch – Shingletown, CA One of the richest, most productive ranches in northern, CA with 673 acres of irrigated pasture (67) range land and timber bisected by 1.5 miles of creek, private 260 ft. waterfall, three captured pure mountain springs and so much more. $3,800,000 Big Creek Ranch - Steamboat Springs, CO Rare 5,034 deeded acres in its own valley with 85% perimeter bordering National Forest. 11,000 sq. ft. lodge, four miles of Big Creek and development potential just outside Steamboat Springs. $59,900,000 Bonsall Farm - Bonsall, CA 190-acre Hacienda estate & working ranch, avocado and citrus groves, horse facilities, manager’s homes, pools, ranch office, gardens, barn. $11,950,000 Chaparral Lakes Ranch – Redding, CA 400 private acres near national parks, retail, airport with wildlife and development potential. $1,250,000 Chatellen Farm – Windsor, CO 126-acre equestrian/training facility on the front range with unobstructed views of rocky mountains and Longs Peak with custom 6,500 sq. ft. mountain-mission main residence, security entrance, barns, indoor and outdoor arenas. $3,400,000 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 Clermont Ranch – Elbert, CO Ideal horse or livestock property with Pikes Peak views situated on 160 private acres surrounded by large, private ranches and a commutable distance to Colorado Springs with 4,934 sq. ft home, outdoor arena, horse barn, equipment and storage buildings, three wells and some mineral rights. $1,850,000 Colorado River Ranch – Dotsero, CO One of a kind recreation ranch on 1,017 acres with two miles of fishing waters along private stretch of Colorado River with private ponds, irrigated hay meadows, internal roads, ranch home, steel sheds, tack building, water rights, full mineral rights, approximately one hour from Vail and Aspen. $14,900,000 Dumbell Ranch - Alcova, WY A great working ranch comprising 118,746 total acres with over 10 miles of the Sweetwater River, 5 reservoirs, Beulah Lake, territorial water rights, three homes, ranching headquarters, and more. $9,100,000


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Eagle Ridge Ranch, Homestead 11 - Gunnison, CO 35-acre ranch parcel with exquisite 5,000 sq. ft. home in premier 4,900-acre, high-country, shared-ranch community in Gunnison. Surrounded by national forest and BLM land with year-round recreation. $2,690,000 El Capitan Ranch – Ruidosa, NM Over 11,700 deeded acres bordering 35,000 acres of the El Capitan Wilderness with 1,700 acres in high fence for hunting. Includes lodge, manager’s home, hunting cabin and equipment storage. $20,500,000 Fazenda das Pedras – Westcliffe, CO Impeccable custom equestrian property nestled in the Wet Mountain Valley with spectacular views, 7,000 sq. ft. log home, large log guest lodge, log horse barn, second horse barn, equestrian training equipment, outdoor arena, storage and equipment buildings, adjacent to public lands for endless trails. $2,200,000 Gatlin Homestead – Story, WY Perfect 40-acre gentleman’s retreat ranch ideal for horse lovers at base of Big Horn Mtns, end of road privacy, bordering the 1.5 million acre Big Horn National Forest with gorgeous, custom 3,300 sq. ft. log home with open concept, 1,200 sq. ft log mother-in-law/guest/rental cabin, barns, garage, equipment storage, trout pond, springs and more. $1,750,000 Half Moon Bar Lodge – Medford, OR An 80-acre secluded lodge with vacation cabins on the scenic Rogue River with hundreds of feet of river frontage, spectacular fishing set amongst the lush, private and pristine landscape in Oregon. $5,000,000 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-acre lake and hay production $3,200,000 High Meadows Ranch - Steamboat Springs, CO 196 acres borders and surrounded by Routt NF, one mile of Morrison Creek, direct access to Sarvis Creek Wilderness, residence, guest cabins, two-story barn, arena, cooking pavilion in lush alpine wonderland. $3,900,000 Investment Land & Water – Windsor/Severance, CO 157 acre investment opportunity, development potential, valuable water rights, flood irrigated, agricultural lease in place. $2,700,000

J Bar Horseshoe Ranch – Powderhorn, CO A fisherman’s paradise on 39-deeded acres with home, rugged log lodge and 7 log cabins historically used as fishing and hunting get-away rentals, .5 mile of creek frontage surrounded by Wilderness, BLM and private land. $1,800,000 J C Cross Ranch – Keenesburg, CO 255-acre operating grass hay ranch and horse property with unobstructed mountain views, two pivot sprinklers, cape-cod style farm house, indoor and outdoor arenas, equipment and hay storage, Cleary buildings with tack room. $1,500,000 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. main residence, log home, managers home, horse barns, and much more. $5,900,000 Lake Berryessa Ranch – Napa, CA A unique, undeveloped 4,400-acre property resting in the eastern portion of Napa County with unobstructed vistas of Lake Berryessa and the surrounding mountains. $9,900,000 Last Chance Ranch – Oak Creek, CO A secluded 307-acre mountain property used as a cattle, hay and outfitting ranch with year-round access and recreational opportunities, unlimited NF and Wilderness access, 2,400 sq. ft. log lodge, hunting cabins, barns, corrals, water rights and excellent hunting. $3,300,000 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 Moonshadow Ranch – Steamboat Springs, CO Impressive equestrian ranch near Steamboat Springs ski area and Lake Catamount on 76 acres with masterpiece British Columbian timber frame home with exquisite, top of the line details throughout. 47,500,000 Oak Meadows – Glenwood Springs, CO The highest lot, 5-acre parcel has spectacular views and borders private ranchland. $400,000 OW & Pitchfork Ranches – Big Horn and Powder River Counties, MT 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, Wyoming office buildings. $18,000,000 for a 50% interest.

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(Ranch Marketing Associates, continued) Pa Gomo at Gray Head – Telluride, CO Stunning custom, architectural masterpiece on 35 secluded acres within the 900-acre Gray Head Wilderness Preserve with window walls capturing 270 degree views of San Juan Mtn. Range. Constructued with natural elements, cooper roof, wine cellar, creek, waterfall, breakfast garden. Fifteen minutes from Telluride. $19,500,000 Pine Ridge Elk Ranch – Harrison, NE Turn-key commercial hunting ranch of approximately 800 deeded acres with 360 degree views, lodge/ residence accommodates guests, spring-fed fishing ponds, equipment/workshop, garage. $1,950,000 Powderhorn Wilderness Hideout – Powderhorn, CO Private 4.77 acres, direct access to NF with 360-degree views, two-level log home, barn, corrals, round pen. $500,000 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 in the upscale 10,400-acre Diamond Star Ranch shared-amenity community near Vail. Custom 9,000 sq. ft. home, guest home, caretaker’s home, pool and year-round recreation. $7,767,000 Ruby Lake Ranch – Alder, MT 8,871 total contiguous acres rich in natural resources with over three miles of shoreline along Ruby Reservoir. $7,800,000 Shadow Creek Ranch – Kremmling, CO 6,000-acre shared-amenity ranch and working cattle operation with 22-7-acre homesites one hour from ski resorts with main guest lodge, rustic cabins, world-class equestrian facilities adjoining 4,000 acres of wilderness. $1,500,000 Shepardsbend on the Colorado River - Kremmling, CO 172 acres with some of the best fly-fishing water available. Over one and one half miles of the both sides of the Colorado River providing large numbers of trout only two hours NW of Denver in a sportsman’s paradise. $1,850,000 Silver Spring Farm – Ashland, OR World-class equestrian facility on 60 acres with stateof-the-art barn, Olympic full court, indoor dressage arena, 3,500 sq. ft. clubhouse, spectacular home site, south-facing vineyard, canals, creek, trails and more. $4,995,000 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 Located north of Devils Tower National Monument, 17+ acres, excellent building sites, ranch home, outbuildings, springs/creeks, stock water. $325,000 Spear-O-Wigwam – Sheridan, WY Historic guest ranch founded in 1923 on a 17-acre Forest Service permit (zero deeded acres) with grazing permits, lodge and eleven guest cabins offering spectacular hunting, fishing, riding and pack trips. $800,000 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. $8,900,000 or $4,500,000 for a 50% interest. Steamboat Lake Outfitters – Steamboat, CO A rocky mountain outdoor recreation business on 12 acres with furnished lodge, guest cabins, 7,600 sq. ft. Country Convenience Store with gas/fuel sales, restaurant/deli, saloon, surrounded by national forest. $1,650,000

Sun Dance Ranch – Colorado Springs, CO 371 acre horse property with Pikes Peak and Front Range views featuring a 6,594 sq. home, complete horse amenities including 10-stall barn, outdoor arena, hay storage and more. 42,200,000 Sunnyside Ranch – Yampa, CO 954 acres between Vail and Steamboat Springs. Big game hunting, outdoor recreation, development potential. $4,960,000 The Lower Elk River Valley Ranch Steamboat Springs, CO 122 acres (90 acres in irrigated meadow and 32 acres in dry cropland) cornering the Elk River. Six miles from downtown Steamboat Springs. Can be divided into 35+ acre parcels and has CE potential. $1,950,000 Trail Mountain Ranch – Grand Lake, CO 197 acres made up of four and one-half 40-acre tracts located in a pristine, alpine, four season setting in the midst of the Roosevelt National Forest offering yearround accessibility and unlimited outdoor recreation. Seventy five miles to Denver. Domestic wells can be drilled on each tract. $895,000 for 197 acres or $795,000 for 174 acres. Two Rivers Cow Camp – Steamboat Springs, CO 23 acres bordering NF with spring-fed trout pond, carriage house/residence, five-bay garage, guest cabin, full equine facilities, security/privacy gate. $2,300,000 Vista Larga Ranch – Ault, CO 480-acre equestrian ranch on front range in northeastern, CO with mountain views, 4,130 sq. ft. home, indoor and outdoor arenas, two horse barns and access to trails and surrounded on two side by state and federal land. $1,300,000 Walton Ranch – Jackson, WY Sited along the Snake River and adjacent to the Grand Teton Mountain Range, this ionic 1,848 working ranch is less than 5 minutes from downtown Jackson Hole and offers fishing, wildlife, and spectacular views in one of the most sought out locations in the world. $100,000,000 Wind River Valley Ranch – Crowheart, WY A 140-acre year-round agricultural ranch in western WY between Bridger-Teton National Forest and the high desert plains with log home and log guest cabin and only two hours from Yellowstone National Park. $800,000 X Lazy V Ranch – Raton, NM 1,880 acre working cattle ranch one hour from CO border surrounded on three sides by legendary TO Ranch with adobe/timber home, cattle handling facilities, perimeter fenced capable of running 180 yearlings or 75 cow/calf pair. $940,000 Y-6 Ranch – Meriden, WY 24,750 acres, 5th generation cattle ranch with 6,500-head feedlot & mill, irrigation, runs 1,500 pair. $15,950,000

Applegate Valley Realty 541 973-9184 1247 Panther Gulch Rd., Williams, OR. – 50acre ranch with 2 legal homes 3 ponds & lots of outbuildings/barns and shops. $1,165,000 250 Holmstead Rd., Williams, OR - 7.82 irrigated acres on Williams Creek with 2006 “Green Home” 3BR/2BA. $447,000 367 Hamilton Rd., Jacksonville, OR - 3.34 gated and fenced acres on the Applegate River. Remodeled 1910 home and fabulous recreational building with bar and home theater. $824,900 611 the Trees, Williams, OR - 15 acres with 3 taxlots & 3BR/3BA home. Can build 2 more homes. $495,000 Port Orford, Oregon - 1.5 acres ocean-view building site with gorgeous views of Garrison Lake to Point Blanco lighthouse. Electric to site. $85,000

Live Water Properties, LLC

866 734-6100 toll free Two Rivers Ranch – Warm River, Idaho With a myriad of area fishing opportunities, the Two Rivers Ranch is blessed with an onsite duo of Idaho’s most celebrated trout waters – a half-mile of the Warm River and an incredibly scenic three-quarters mile of the Henry’s Fork. These 186 acres are located in the town of Warm River across from the Orvis-endorsed Three Rivers Ranch, a testament to the outstanding angling to be enjoyed in eastern Idaho. Ashton is a 10-minute drive from the ranch; the recreational delights of Driggs and Teton Valley are a 40-minute drive while the resort town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is less than an hour and a half away. The main house is a 3,890-sqft brick, ranch-style home with attached indoor pool and detached garage/shop. With such desired onsite live water, improvements and gorgeous location, Two Rivers Ranch is a recreational retreat to be acquired. Now $2,950,000, Was $3,850,000. (24% Off) Badger Creek Meadows – Tetonia, Idaho With stunning views of the Teton Range and Yellowstone National Park, rolling ridges and groves of aspen trees, Badger Creek Meadows is the ideal combination of breathtaking scenery and proximity to world-class ski towns. These 117 acres are in Tetonia, Idaho, 10 minutes north of Driggs in Teton Valley.  Although the property does not have creek frontage onsite, it is only minutes from the renowned Teton River to the west and Targhee National Forest for endless recreation to the east. The property is well suited for an exclusive gentleman’s ranch or family compound and is also of great importance for the conservation easement buyer, as the Badger Creek drainage is high in ecological value. Badger Creek Meadows balances an exceptionally private setting with convenient access to resort amenities in the heart of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Now $895,000, Was $1,950,000. (54% Off)

The Realty Post, LLC Shirley Saddoris

719 485-3333 office 719 250-7519 cell

Country Charm * Colorado City * Colorado Paradise in a smaller package. 4.3± acres with a lovely 6-bedroom, three-bath home, 2-car garage, metal barn/ shop, a beautiful creek flowing the length of the property and mountain views. City water and sewer. $369,000 12 Mile * Beulah * Colorado 31.31± acres with nice mountain views, no covenants, easy access, lots of pines, scrub oak and some rock outcroppings.  Great  site for a cabin or year-round home. Minutes to San Isabel Forest. $220,000 BIG SKY * Rye * Colorado 48.8± acres  with beautiful mountain views, southern exposure and lots of sunshine. This would make a great horse property, there are miles of open land to ride. Not far from schools, shopping, golf course, national forest and restaurants. $68,892 ROCKIES HIDE-A-WAY * Rye * Colorado The perfect  retreat or just your private home.  This wonderful 3,288 sq/ft rancher w/walkout is 3BR/2BA on 54.82± acres.  The 36x96 Morton barn w/living quarters & guest rooms has plenty of room for the horses, toys or whatever. Gated community.  Lots of wildlife & privacy. $599,000

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707 455-4444 10,000 Acres – 5,000 sq/ft home, 2 ranch homes, barns, 2 year-round creeks, rights to irrigate 150 acres, ponds, hunting – Glenn County. $10,000,000 8,000 Acres – .5 mile of Briscoe Creek frontage, year round creeks & reservoirs, springs, hunting, fishing, equestrian – Glenn County. $4,500,000 5,844 Acres – 3 miles Elder Creek frontage, 500 cow operation, house, corral, 12 ponds, hunting – Tehama County. $5,900,000 5,400 Acres – Runs 250 pair, 20 ponds/creeks, 20 gpm solar well, deer, pig, turkey & quail hunting – Colusa County. $3,850,000 5,445 Acres – 400 acres alfalfa, 3 homes, 3 ag wells (1,500 gpm, 600 gpm, 1,800 gpm), 3 barns – Modoc County. $2,999,000 5,141 Acres – hunting, home, rock pit, 1,800 gpm ag well, pivot, wheeline, hand line, 155 acres irrigated in alfalfa – Modoc County. $1,600,000 3,930 Acres – 5,000 sq/ft log cabin, 8 other homes, 83 stall barn, runs 200 pair, Lake Elizabeth Mutual Water Company access, arena, shooting range – Los Angeles County. $13,500,000 3,246 Acres – Springs, creeks, ponds, & run 150 head. Vineyard, house, barns, cabins. Great deer & pig hunting. Mendocino County. $6,999,000 2,808 Acres – 370 irrigated acres, 3 pumps (1,200 gpm, two 600 gpm), ponds, home, runs 250 head, 500 ton of hay, alfalfa, hunting – Modoc County. $1,990,000

2,477 Acres – organic alfalfa & barley farm, 4 homes, 2 barns, shops, 8 wells over 15,000 gpm, scales & grain silos - Siskiyou County. $8,950,000 2,080 Acres – 2 developed springs, creeks, fenced, runs 75-100 head, hunting – Modoc County. $999,000 2,050 Acres – 4 ponds, springs, 220 acres of irrigation rights, 2 homes, corrals, fishing, hunting – Glenn & Colusa Counties. $4,450,000 1,630 Acres – hunting, cattle grazing, 115 pair, headwaters of Feather River run through ranch, 2 seasonal lakes – Plumas County. $2,200,000 1,514 Acres – 9,000sf log home, 7 other homes, hunting cabin, shop, & barns. 11 ponds, 4 creeks and fishing & hunting. Plumas County. Call for details. 1,435 Acres – Alfalfa farm, 3000 gpm well, 2 pivots & 1 wheeline on 320 acres, add another 480 acres irrigated, run 300 pair. Lassen County. $1,625,000 1,158 Acres – 300 acres productive hay fields, 400 acres irrigated & sub-irrigated cattle pasture. 3 homes, tack room, corrals. Siskiyou County. $4,850,000 1,067 Acres – run 300 pair, ag wells around 800-1200 gpm, fenced & cross fenced. Plumas County. $2,900,000 1,020 Acres – 4,450 sq/ft Queen Anne Victorian home, barns, 140 acs irrigated of hay, 30 acs sub irrigated pasture, 90 acs dry farmable, 760 acs dry range land – Siskiyou County. $1,495,000 999 Acres – almond orchard, 9 agricultural wells, 3 domestic wells, district water, slough water – Yolo County. $12,000,000 944 Acres – duck hunting, club house, 155 acres of grapes, private island, 300 acres corn - San Joaquin County. $3,900,000 920 Acres – Cattle grazing, barn, pastures, year round creek through property. Hunt deer, pig, turkey, bear, & more. Napa County. $1,495,000 883 Acres – home, runs 440 pair, 2500 gpm ag well, 400 irrigated acs, 6,000 sf barn, mule deer hunting – Modoc County. $2,300,000

877 Acres – 2 private lakes, fishing, hiking & camping on your own Sierra Buttes Compound – Sierra County. $6,000,000 – SOLD 720 Acres – hiking, fishing, and black tail deer, bear, mountain lion & quail hunting – El Dorado County. $465,000 – SOLD 660 Acres – Private, grow your own crops, increase farming acreage, great waterfowl hunting. Lassen County. $485,000 652 Acres – productive alfalfa ranch, mule deer hunting, 2 wells at 3,000 gpm, 2 domestic wells – Lassen County. $1,500,000 640 Acres – seasonal streams, deer hunting, timber, single family dwelling, farm buildings – Lassen County. $199,000 - SOLD 586 Acres – 6 cabins, arena, 2 round pens, 2 ponds, bear, deer & turkey hunting, 1 mile Battle Creek frontage – Tehama County. $1,499,000 480 Acres – farm, house, shop, barn, corrals, irrigation wells, 1,800 & 1,200 gpm, fully fenced – Lassen County. $937,500 466 Acres – home, guesthouse, lodge, metal shop, 8-acre pond, 110 irrigated acres – Shasta County. $1,750,000 398 Acres – 5,000 sq/ft English Tudor home, barn, 4,900 feet of Stony Creek frontage, rights to irrigate 150+ acres – Glenn County. $2,450,000 360 Acres – home, mixed conifer timber, deer, bear, and upland bird hunting – Sierra County. $924,000 335 Acres – fishing & rafting on the American River, deer & bear hunting, - El Dorado. $499,000 309 Acres – Hunt for buck, bear, turkey, & quail. Close to American River for great fishing. Placer County. $385,000 305 Acres – 2 homes, 1,500 & 600 gpm ag wells, alfalfa & grass hay, can irrigate 267 acs, 2 barns, shop – Modoc County. $1,399,000 300 Acres – 3000sf home with privacy, cattle grazing, bunkhouse, storage barn, ample water for meadow, 2 year-round creeks & large pond. Sierra County. $1,850,000 288 Acres – runs 100 pair, 200 irrigated or sub-irrigated acres, 2 wells w/electric pumps – Siskiyou County. $585,000 240 Acres – trophy mule deer, bucks & bear hunting, timber – Plumas County. $389,500 240 Acres – 120 acs can be irrigated, 1,900 gpm well, 2 sloughs run through ranch, mule deer, pheasants, ducks – Lassen Count. $329,500 - SOLD 240 Acres – seasonal Wilson Creek, deer, pig & bear hunting – Shasta County. $97,500 - SOLD 238 Acres – 3 contiguous parcels, deer & turkey, hiking, biking, horseback riding – Napa County. $1,600,000 181 Acres – 150 acres irrigated pasture, hunting, camping, horseback riding, 3 bdrm home, 2 irrigation page 32 wells, pole barn – Siskiyou County. $750,000 165 Acres – hiking, fishing, and black tail deer, bear, mountain lion & quail hunting – El Dorado County. $1,200,000 161 Acres – hiking, horseback riding, ATVing, Rattlesnake Creek frontage – Nevada County. $350,000 160 Acres – 2 bdrm home, wells, metal shop, large barn – Lassen County. $186,500 - SOLD 160 Acres – ag building, well, wild boar, deer, turkey & quail hunting, oak trees, grassland – Tehama County. $199,000 160 Acres – home, 30x30 barn, bucks, 110 gpm well, seasonal stream, springs – Siskiyou County. $575,000 160 Acres – cabin with solar & wind for power, well, mule deer bucks, upland birds – Sierra County. $724,000 160 Acres – Victorian farm house, barn, 2 wells, two 3,000-gal tanks, fenced pastures, horseback riding – Mendocino County. $1,395,000 155 Acres – 3-bdrm, 2-bath home, farmed in tomatoes & alfalfa, 2 wells – Yolo County. $1,099,000 - SOLD 155 Acres – 5,400 sq/ft home, barn, completely fenced – Solano County. $1,950,000 154 Acres – lots of wildlife, seasonal streams & spring, varied terrain – Siskiyou County. $189,000 146 Acres – 125 acres irrigated pastures, run 90 pair, house, corrals, shop, barns. Siskiyou County. $1,095,000

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(California Outdoor Properties, continued) 139 Acres – 100 gpm well, hunt for antelope, elk, or deer. Modoc County. $150,000 129 Acres – currently a cow/calf operation, black tail deer & turkey hunting – Solano County. $1,600,000 125 Acres – Great hunting, frontage on reservoir, lots of privacy, peaceful mountain living, well managed timber stand. Siskiyou County. $300,000 123 Acres – irrigated pasture with water rights, 2 wells, ponds, barn. Siskiyou County. $650,000 121 Acres – Year-round creek, domestic well, variety of wildlife, timber stand. Siskiyou County. $159,000 120 Acres – 600,000 board ft of timber, deer & bear hunting, surrounded by golf courses, camping, Plumas National Forest – Plumas County. $99,000 – SOLD 120 Acres – Very private, fenced on 2 sides, great pasture ground with potential for farming. Lassen County. $320,000 110 Acres – 1,600 sq/ft home, nice barn, 2 ag wells, 30 acres of good pasture ground, orchard – Tehama County. $399,000 104 Acres – timber, nearby Bass Hill Wildlife Area known for mule deer, potential to be broken into 4-acre parcels – Lassen County. $299,000 - SOLD 100 Acres – 2,000 sq/ft home, alfalfa/orchard grass, 40x60 shop, barn, corrals, arena – Lassen County. $750,000 93 Acres – timber, springs, old gold mine, black bear, mule deer & quail, - Plumas County. $479,000 93 Acres – private & secluded with Lake Berryessa views, sits above Markley’s cove – Napa County. $390,000 92 Acres – spring, hunting, hiking, camping, ATV, horseback riding, close to Lake Berryessa for fishing & boating – Napa County. $155,000 82 Acres – 2-acre pond, 1,300 feet of Elk Creek frontage, deer, pig, quail & turkey hunting – Glenn County. $299,000 - SOLD 80 Acres – mixed conifer timber, hunting, springs, trophy mule deer buck & black bears – Lassen County. $149,000 80 Acres – great soil for crops, 2,000 gpm ag well, 50 gpm domestic well, metal shop, close to fishing, hunting, & golfing – Shasta County. $660,000 80 Acres – hiking, fishing, and black tail deer, bear, mountain lion & quail hunting – El Dorado County. $600,000 74 Acres – turkey & deer hunting, 2 parcels, gorgeous Lake Berryessa views – Napa County. $324,900 66 Acres – 3000sf home, 960sf garage, 1200sf shop. Lake Berryessa views with fishing & hunting nearby. Napa County. $1,895,000 61 Acres – Home with lush open timberland, horse property, gardens, pond, & irrigation canal. Recreation trails, big game & upland bird hunting. Butte County. $699,000 60 Acres – 5,000 sq/ft barn/storage, solar power, seasonal Moss Creek, small orchard, varied wildlife – Napa County. $499,000 60 Acres – deer & turkey hunting, pond, well, trial riding, ATV, walking trails – Napa County. $599,000 60 Acres – gated & paved road, 5,000-gallon water tank, deer & turkey, trails for hiking, horse, ATV – Napa County. $325,000 56 Acres – manufactured home, deck w/views, 2 well lines, ag well for irrigation, domestic well, 17 acres in alfalfa – Siskiyou County. $499,000 53 Acres – currently planted to alfalfa & golf course grass seed, farmland – Yolo County. $650,000 51 Acres – 4,600 sf home, workshop/barn w/ electricity, greenhouse, family orchard, pond, hunting. $1,750,000 51 Acres – private & secluded w/ Hwy 128 access, beautiful Lake Berryessa views - Napa County. $279,000 51 Acres – 1,600sf home, fishing pond, workshop/ barn, greenhouse, abundant wildlife. Land is suitable for vineyard or orchard planting. Solano County. $1,750,000 48 Acres – RV/Trailer Park w/campsites, boat ramp & docks, 3 rental houses along river, home on top of ridge – Mendocino County. $1,950,000 42 Acres – Tuscan-style home, sand arena, horse barn, bordered by seasonal creek – Yolo County. $1,395,000

42 Acres – Irrigated pasture or alfalfa ground. 3780sf home, 2 garages, storage room, huge shop, 3 phase power. Siskiyou County. $729,000 40 Acres – high crop production, old home site w/ septic, power & 50 gpm well, in heart of fertile Fall River Valley – Shasta County. $270,000 40 Acres – white fir and red fir timber, springs & year round creek, mule deer bucks – Lassen County. $59,000 40 Acres – bordered by NF, pine & oaks, 24x40 shop, well, storage shed – Siskiyou County. $199,000 – SOLD 40 Acres – mule deer bucks, bitter brush, nearby Paiute Creek – Lassen County. $89,500 38 Acres – private & secluded with Hwy 128 access, sits above Markley’s Cove – Napa County. $342,000 35 Acres – 1,976 sq/ft home, abundant wildlife including waterfowl, horse potential – Lassen Co. $220,000 – SOLD 30 Acres – Build house of your dreams on 300 ft of creek frontage from Clear Creek, Shasta County. $69,000 30 Acres – hunting, next to Ash Creek Wildlife preserve, Mt. Lassen & Mt. Shasta views – Modoc County. $32,500 27 Acres – 3BR home, landscaping and pasture with sprinklers, 2 car garage & workshop – Siskiyou Co. $410,000 27 Acres – farmhouse with insulated winery building, storage sheds, small orchard, seasonal ponds & creek, & root cellar. Siskiyou County. $299,000 26 Acres – close to whitewater rafting, fishing, hunting & hiking. Potential for grapes, olives, horses – El Dorado. $271,000 26 Acres – lots of timber & surrounded by national forest, overlooks Ruth Lake, fish, kayak, hike – Trinity County. $106,000 23 Acres – log home, solar power with backup generator, timbered property, known for bear hunting, & near Scott River for fishing. Siskiyou County. $499,000 21 Acres – log cabin home, carriage house, frontage on Indian Creek, 30 gpm well, fish, hunt, horseback ride – Plumas County. $985,000 - SOLD 21 Acres – Close to whitewater rafting, fishing, hunting & hiking. Potential for grapes, olives, horses –El Dorado County. $179,000 21 Acres – 1,500 sq/ft home, 2,400-ft deeded grass runway, 48x32 hangar, pond, fenced pastures – Glenn County. $399,000 20 Acres – 3,000 sq/ft home, 900 sq/ft guest home, 13 gpm well, 3-stall barn w/tack room, sand arena – Solano County. $1,195,000 20 Acres – bear & blacktail deer hunting, timber, springs – Butte County. $59,000 20 Acres – mature cedars, oaks and pines, access to miles of BLM & Forest Service land – Lassen County. $173,500 20 Acres – open meadow, close to river access, golf course, Fall River Lake – Shasta County. $104,500 20 Acres – bear & blacktail deer hunting, timber, springs – Butte County. $94,000 - SOLD 19 Acres – hunting, fishing, horseback riding, hiking, year round stream, Lake Berryessa views – Napa County. $249,000 18 Acres – 2,241 sq/ft, 3-bdrm, 3-bath home, metal shop, fenced in garden. Close to fishing & hunting – Lassen County. $449,000

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 is less than .25 mile from the Mokelumne Wilderness boundary. 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 willowlined small 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 THE BUTTE RANCH DUCK CLUB This is an historic, classic, Butte Sink duck club, immediately south of Stack Farms Duck Club and immediately east of Colusa Shooting Club, and is approximately one half mile (as the duck flies) southeast of the Bean Field federal waterfowl preserve. The 185± acres of hunting grounds, 20± of which consist of an oak savannah and fields forming excellent habitat for wild turkeys, doves and quail. The seasonal dove hunting can be excellent. The balance, consisting of natural cover wetlands, holds 8 boat-to blinds accessible from the club’s boat dock pond, and 2 blinds adjacent to the oak savannah that are walk-to blinds. The clubhouse, a classic duck club “lodge”-type structure, consists of 9 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, a large common room/ dining room and excellent kitchen. The clubhouse is surrounded by lawns for dog exercise, horseshoe pit and clay pigeon shooting. Price: $2,700,000

Hope Valley Homestead page 82

Headquarters West, Ltd.

928 634-8110 Northern Arizona Vineyard: 18.41 acres gross with a 12-acre vineyard. Nicely improved with a rammed earth main home and guest home, log cabin, an office, tasting room and cold room. Grandfathered irrigation rights with one irrigation well and three domestic wells. REDUCED to $1,600,000 cash for the real estate & farm equipment. Paul Groseta 928 634-8110. Camp Verde I-17 & SR 260 Property: 130.83 acres located in the most strategic location for commercial development in north central Arizona on the I-17 corridor between Phoenix and Flagstaff. REDUCED to $4,260,000. Andy or Paul Groseta, 928 634-8110.

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Western Trophy Properties, Mountain Edition, LLC

Legacy Lands, LLC

Pagosa Land Company

Gwen Wagner

Pagosa Springs, Colorado

406 222-7963

970 264-5000

Rebecca A. Guthrie, Broker/Owner

Mountain View Retreat Paradise Valley, Livingston, Montana Mountain View Retreat is a unique offering in the highly sought after Paradise Valley of Montana. With private walking access to the famed Yellowstone River this beautiful 2008 custom home and guest house/shop/ barn is strategically located on 30+/- acres. A landscaped pond is a “stone’s throw” away from the home as well as is hiking and equestrian trails. High-end construction both inside and out. Landscaped. $1,325,000 Sweet Grass Overlook Big Timber, Montana The Sweet Grass Overlook Ranch is comprised of 312 acres which range from rolling meadows and creek bottom to open hillsides. The custom home was sited to capture the sweeping views of Sweet Grass Creek; the neighboring opens spaces and the magnificent Beartooth Mountains. Hardwood floors, granite counter tops, guest suite and artist studio enhance the livability of the home. Natural landscaping. Perimeter fencing. Conservation easement. $1,225,000 Ray Creek Homestead Broadwater County, Townsend, Montana Unique 980± acres with panoramic views & limitless recreational opportunities. Great hunting potential as ranch land hosts a variety of big-game, up-land game birds and turkey. Year-round live water, 5 miles of shared USFS boundary, near Canyon Ferry Lake and Missouri River, which are 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

FORT: In the gated Hidden Valley Ranch community & nestled on 35+ acres. This majestic log home boasts over 8,000± sq/ft with all amenities. $2,500,000 Lazy 8 Ranch: Bordered on 3 sides by the San Juan National Forest, this 6,900± sq/ft luxury home offers end-of-the-road privacy & much more.  200 acres offer year-round recreational activities & wildlife. $3,500,000 Trujillo Rd. Estate Ranch: Exquisite 13,700± sq/ft residence with 400 acres to call your own; barns and other outbuildings make for an ope

Sotheby’s International Realty

King Land & Water LLC

970 485-4141 5 Acres in Summit County, CO: PRIVATE fishing on lower BLUE RIVER! 3,384 sq/ft, two master suites. Call today! 15 Acres, Summit County, CO: Vacant land, horses allowed, within 90 min of 8+ ski resorts, close to national forest and PRICED to SELL, $195,000! rational dream-come-true ranch. $5,950,000

Gary Frederick, LLC

406 442-0817 Helena, Montana – Year-round waterfront living on Hauser Lake with a breathtaking view! Immaculate 3/3 home on 2.36 acres w/2-car garage and large shop. Includes a 1/1 apartment & boat dock w/lift. $775,000 Clancy, Montana – Property includes 4 subdivided view lots with a total acreage of 42.44. All lots have good access. Includes a 1,500-square-foot, 3-bedroom, 1.5bath home. Wildlife, seclusion and only minutes from Helena, Montana. $650,000 Rock Mountain Ranch, Clancy Montana - 206± acres of great recreational property, close to national forest with good access back to Helena. Prickly Pear Creek runs the entire length. Includes wells, ponds and irrigation rights. Would make a great 1031 IRC exchange/conservation easement property. $1,650,000

Wendland & Associates, LLC

830 896-8410 • Nancy Wendland, Broker WYOMING RANCH Carbon County, 78,000 ac. with 60,000 deeded acres. 2 beautiful log homes, 13 miles of Medicine Bow River with hay meadows & water rights. Elk, mule deer & antelope. Wind towers. Reduced. TEXAS RANCHES Blanco County, 700 ac. Live water in Hill Country within 1 hr Austin or San Antonio. Crockett County, 254 ac. Lg rock home family or hunting lodge. Big buck country & private. Gillespie County, 4.87 ac. Custom Hill Country hm with, pool & detached 3-car garage & guest quarters. Gillespie County, 74 ac. Unique custom home, barn guest quarters, pens & views. Gillespie County, 78.63 ac. Riverfront, pond & pecan orchard. Close to Fredericksburg. Gillespie County, 199 ac. Pedernales River & Hwy 290 frontage. Home, 2 B&B, barn , & 8-acre lake. Gillespie County. Commercial property in Fredericksburg. Owner triple net lease back. Kerr County,  36.25 ac. Hill Country home with guest quarters, ponds, barn, private & close to town.


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417 E. Palace Ave., Santa Fe, NM 87501

Ron Lando-Brown • 505 795-6174 $3,500,000 - One of New Mexico’s most successful stables is now available for purchase. In Los Ranchos, just north of Albuquerque. Stables for 54 horses, large covered arena & irrigation from the Rio Grande/ Turnkey operation with everything for a successful stable operation including a beautiful 3,000 sq/ft house with indoor & outdoor entertainment facilities.  See photos and a movie of this and other featured listings at: www.

SPMG Real Estate

866 963-9555 180 Ac. on Brazos River: near Granbury, less than 1 hour to DFW, gorgeous terrain, hills & trees, 360° views. AG exempt. Can divide: 110 & 70-acre tracts. $10K/acre

Village Homes & Properties Dean Rebhuhn

206 972-5100 Caribou Creek Ranch: 215 Acres/Kittitas County Ellensburg, WA - Venture Farms, Inc. Fully irrigated working cattle & equestrian ranch. 180x200 24-stall equestrian facility w/indoor arena. Breeding center, mare motels, extensive cattle facilities & corrals. 3,600 sq/ft owner’s residence, 2 caretaker’s homes, mechanical shop. Airport facility avail. for separate purchase. 2 hours east of Seattle. www. $2,770,000

Visit for more info. James King, Agent /Tammy King Broker

432 426-2024 office Blanco Springs Ranch: *REDUCED* 2,038 Acres Uvalde County, Concan: $1,695/acre or $3,454,410. Blanco Springs Ranch lies on Uvalde County Road 336 along Blanco Creek north of Uvalde and Sabinal. The ranch fronts on the west side of CR 336, 1.8 miles from paved FM 127. Hudson Ranch: *SOLD* 430 Acres, Presidio Co. Chihuahuan Desert Grasslands at its best: well, elec., homesite, surrounded by larger conservation ranches, 10 mi. W. of Marfa. $750/ac or $322,500. Double Bar X Ranch: *Under Contract* 2,700 acres, Jeff Davis Co. Located just east of Valentine, Texas along State Highway 90 on the north side of the Union Pacific Railroad 36 miles from Marfa and 41 miles to Fort Davis. There is a well maintained crossing with gates and warning lights across the Union Pacific Railroad to the headquarters front gate. McInnis Ranch: *Under Contract* 20,451 Acres, Jeff Davis Co. Located on both sides of the scenic loop (Highway 166) in the Davis Mountains of West Texas and lies west all the way to near Valentine in some of the richest grasslands of the Chihuahuan Desert.

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