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Shadow Creek Ranch

A Step Beyond Extraordinary { Summit County, Colorado ~ Just 90 Minutes from Denver }


wners at Shadow Creek Ranch enjoy access to over 5,600 acres of private Colorado high country containing 22 lakes and ponds full of cutthroat, brown, brook and rainbow trout, over 22 miles of ATV trails, guided trophy elk

Beautiful six-bedroom, six-bath, custom log home situated within wing, three-car garage with attached shop, art studio, and custom built log horse barn and tack room. $3,499,000 gated community of Shadow Creek Ranch with stunning views of the Rocky Mountains, Eagles Nest Wilderness Area and the Sleeping Indian Mountain. Starting at $1,050,000.

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Canyon Ranch of the Gunnison page 70

TruClaire Ranch page 69

World-Class Facility page 44

Lazy J Ranch page 55

On the Cover ... Big Timber, MT

406 932-6892 office Co-listed with

Bozeman, Montana

406 522-7342

Three Peaks Ranch

Park County, Montana


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AgriLands Farms, Ranches, Timber & Recreation Properties

Alain Pinel Realtors Mark Stornetta....................................................67 Alain Pinel Realtors Jerry R. Vaughn ..................................................48

Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC ...................38

Hall and Hall ..............................70

Clark Company Ranch Real Estate .....................57

Harrigan Land Company LLC ...30

Hayden Outdoors ..................... 16

Eddie Bohn Real Estate LLC ....62

Arnold Realty Inc. .....................59 Avery Land .................................63 Bates Land Consortium, Inc ....29 Cabela’s Trophy Properties............................. 16, 20 California Outdoor Properties .................. 18 Casey Knowles ................... 56, 71 The Chickering Company .......46

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Farm & Ranch Realty ..............72

Fay Ranches Inc. .......................36

King Land & Water ..................68

First Colorado Land Office ......50

The Land Brokers Real Estate .................................. 12

Fuller Western Real Estate .......47


LANDTX .....................................66

Garden Ranch Real Estate ...............................69

Mason & Morse Ranch Company........................26

Girten Land Company............. 51

Mason & Morse Ranch Company William George..........................28

Mason Real Estate Inc. ..............53

The Ranch Mart.........................65

Mirr Ranch Group ....................34

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property index Acres±




1................Shasta............... 48




1,354........Calaveras.......... 56




640...........Park................... 51




1,965........Madison........... 37




352...........Crook................ 59

1,700........Siskiyou............ 19


2,854...........Lewis & Clark....65

400...........Platte................. 47

2,870........Siskiyou............ 18

891............Park................... 51

2,964........Park................... 55

451............Crook................ 59

902...........Garfield............ 35

3,000........Park................... 12

456...........Natrona............ 45


3,373........Powell............... 36

2,995........Tehama............. 46 3,410........Monterey.......... 57 4,770........Siskiyou............ 48 5,132........Monterey.......... 57 16,000......Tehama............. 61

Colorado 7................San Miguel....... 63

1,020........San Miguel....... 23 1,120........Adams............... 16 1,140........Huerfano.......... 47 1,200........El Paso.............. 60 1,274........Routt..................41

4,300........Glacier.............. 65 5,665........Gallatin............. 55 5,780........Deer Lodge...... 55 6,434........Wibaux............. 65 8,688........Powell............... 27

500...........Platte................. 22 1,775........Goshen............. 52 1,848........Teton................. 23 2,534........Sheridan........... 22 7,200........Laramie............ 30 11,755......Converse.......... 39

19..............Pueblo.............. 60

1,300........Chaffee............. 70

New Mexico

20..............San Miguel....... 63


350...........Catron............... 26

28,312......Natrona............ 38

35..............Grand............... 33

1,520........Routt................. 28

450...........Rio Arriba........ 30

28,453.....Johnson............ 38

35..............San Miguel....... 63

1,532........Mesa.................. 45

18,353......Catron............... 30

39,335.....Carbon............. 38

40..............Grand............... 28

1,577........Delta................. 53


69,550.....Natrona............ 38

50..............Douglas............ 26

1,760........Saguache.......... 50

60..............El Paso.............. 27

96,447.....Carbon............. 26

1,799........Montrose.......... 70


60..............El Paso.............. 60

2,000........Larimer............. 32

4................Jackson............. 42

Outside the Region

70..............Chaffee............. 50 77..............Custer............... 70 88..............Park................... 51 100............Fremont........... 22 105............San Miguel....... 63 108............Grand............... 28

2,293........Garfield............ 44 3,000........Rio Blanco....... 33 3,959........Montrose.......... 53 5,000........Routt................. 32 5,034........Routt................. 23

20..............Umatilla........... 21

13,076......Niobrara........... 52

21..............Jackson............. 43


33..............Jackson............. 43

680...........Wilson.............. 16

76..............Clackamas....... 20

1,081........Sherman........... 16

82..............Curry................ 42

4,800........Chase................ 17

100............Josephine......... 42


116............Grand............... 28

5,800........Las Animas...... 16

162............Coos.................. 21

152...........Pitkin................ 30

8,686........Jackson............. 40

328...........Jackson............. 42

154...........Douglas............ 45

46,700.....Las Animas...... 34

363...........Jackson............. 43

160............Park................... 35


818............Baker................. 58

165............Park................... 47

233...........Idaho................. 44

4,395........Jackson............. 21

166............Larimer............. 27

464...........Custer............... 54

13,400.....Morrow............ 58

191............Chaffee............. 50

652...........Blaine................ 54

36,000.....Wheeler............ 35

204...........Park................... 51

690...........Blaine................ 54

225...........Custer............... 27

920...........Lincoln............. 54

223...........Calaveras.......... 71


234...........Park................... 51

10,500......Twin Falls........ 54

584...........Wasatch............ 29

315............El Dorado........ 19

256...........Garfield............ 23

341............Mendocino...... 46

275...........Mesa.................. 53


253,100...Garfield............ 35

375...........Shasta............... 24

358...........El Paso.............. 60

353...........Gallatin............. 37


400...........Shasta............... 24

367...........Prowers............. 45

545...........Sanders............. 37

46..............Weston............. 59

7,670........Ziebach............. 39

453...........Siskiyou............ 18

375...........Park................... 51

627...........Carbon............. 55

99..............Crook................ 59

466....................San Luis Obispo......57

400...........El Paso.............. 60

731............Gallatin............. 36

100............Platte................. 22


586...........Tehama............. 18

444...........Grand............... 28

876............Rosebud........... 39

101............Park................... 47

1,534........Jeff Davis.......... 68

714............Amador............ 46

447...........Eagle................. 45

950...........Gallatin............. 55

160............Teton................. 37

1,630........Angelina........... 45

780...........Tehama............. 19

497...........Grand............... 33

1,000........Beaverhead...... 65

186...........Crook................ 59

2,920........Jeff Davis.......... 68

800...........Yolo................... 72


1,050........Gallatin............. 36

280...........Crook................ 59

5,086........Jeff Davis.......... 68

1,046........Placer................ 46

592...........Larimer............. 34

1,191.........Fergus............... 44

285...........Goshen............. 52

7,850........Menard............. 66

1,118.........Marin................ 18

640...........El Paso.............. 60

1,927........Madison........... 49

288...........Goshen............. 34

55,374......Jeff Davis.......... 68

7................Alameda........... 48 8................Shasta............... 48 23..............Contra Costa... 48 40..............El Dorado........ 19 100............Marin................ 67 123...........Mendocino...... 69 126...........Shasta............... 64 140............San Diego......... 24 209...........Monterey.......... 57


159...........Jefferson........... 34

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4,100........Harney.............. 58

980...........Howell.............. 44

Nebraska 452...........Scotts Bluff...... 52 1,660........Sioux................. 39 3,397........Brown............... 62

Oklahoma 345...........Love................... 44 2,000........Blaine................ 44

South Dakota







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

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

33 31 30 12 35 5




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

Colorado Adams Alamosa Arapahoe Archuleta Baca Bent Boulder Chaffee

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

22 52 23 59 63 55 11 34

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

Hawaii Hawaii Honolulu

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

1 2


Valley Washington Kalawao Kauai Maui


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

3 4 5

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

13 12

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

22 14

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


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

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

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

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

15 18 17 19 39 27 13 16 3 26 6 25 1 7 38 10 14 5 24 35 31 2 22 28

20 3 6 19 15 7 8 22 9 5 23 12 14 16 2 21 4 13 18 1 17 10 11

Cover Ranch

Three Peaks



hree Peaks Ranch, located in Montana’s renowned Paradise Valley, combines an ideal balance of production, recreation

and elegance on nearly 3,000 deeded acres. This efficient cattle operation is combined with the sophistication of state-of-the-art, customdesigned residences and improvements. With a varied landscape of timbered ridges, well irrigated pastures and rolling hillsides, Three Peaks Ranch has been skillfully managed by a fourth generation Paradise Valley ranching team. This highly desirable, investment-quality property represents simplicity and pride of ownership with significant return in one of the most sought-after locations in Montana.


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Montana v Park County v Paradise Valley Situated in the foothills of Chico Peak, the

a diligent search, a well-conceived, precise

magnificent executive home is hidden from the

plan and execution by the owners and their

public eye and yields an excellent, rewarding resourceful, professional team. The combined sense of discovery upon approaching the historic




grandeur of this large holding in Paradise Valley

Denver- and all of its superb improvements is now

based architect Steven Sall and built by Mesa

available to the astute investor who can enjoy

Properties of Colorado, this masterfully built

the finely tuned result of strategy, expertise

home was completed in 2006. The unique and performance. Three Peaks Ranch fulfills location of the ranch’s improvements are not all the aspects sought by one who is in search a result of serendipity, but representative of

of the ultimate Rocky Mountain ranch.

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Enjoying the amenities of culture, dining and recreation does not require a long journey from the Ranch. Scattered through the Paradise Valley are a plethora of venues for entertainment and fine dining choices. Livingston, Montana is just minutes away where the authors meet the chefs and the anglers meet the artists. It is an easy 30-minute drive to the lively university town of Bozeman, which offers all the amenities of a big city as well as a superb airport and a ski resort. Every type of outdoor recreation—skiing, hunting, fishing, rafting, hiking just to name just a few—is in the backyard of the ranch. The







exponentially enhanced by the adjacent boundaries of the Gallatin National Forest. The subalpine setting is private, productive and serenely beautiful with the 11,000-foot, snowcapped peaks of the Absaroka Mountain


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recreation in the Paradise Valley and on the ranch is boundless and is only enhanced by the breath-taking geography. Three Peaks Ranch is a unique offering in today’s market that provides the rare combination of a wellmanaged cattle operation with an exquisite executive home and manager’s home designed for comfortable year-round living with access to quality amenities in the spectacular Yellowstone National Park corridor. v Three Peaks Ranch is offered for $20,500,000 and is co-listed by The Land Brokers based in Big Timber, Montana and Swan Land Company of Bozeman, Montana. For more information on Three Peaks Ranch, please call 406 932-6892 or 406 522-7342 or visit one of the websites: or Range as a magnificent backdrop. The plentiful sunshine and four distinct annual seasons enhance the beauty of the area with the ever-changing colors and richness the seasons bring throughout the year. One of the exceptional features of Three Peaks Ranch is the six-point irrigation system. It is largely gravity fed, thus reducing the costs of moving the abundant water rights efficiently over the improved acreages. Generally, the ranch is divided into the Upper Ranch and the Lower Ranch as determined by the source and usage of the very senior water rights. There is a substantial hay base for the Ranch that reflects the management philosophy that is implemented—one of low overhead and high productivity. The excellent stands of alfalfa and mixed grasses generate substantial gains on the livestock and wildlife. The diversity of choices for year-round Volume 53 Farm&Ranch West



Located 30± miles northeast of downtown Denver, 5± miles northeast of Denver International Airport and 10± miles east of Brighton, the 1,120±acre Emerald Sod Farm is an impressive investment. The property includes 200 acres in turf production, 120 acres in alfalfa hay, 150 acres of Box Elder Creek bottom for hunting, pasture or recreational use, 550 acres in wheat or other crops, with the balance in roadways and out areas. Non-

Emerald Sod Farm

tributary and Not Non-tributary Underground

Colorado v Adams County v Commerce City

Water Rights are court decreed and consist of 137.9 acre feet in the Denver Aquifer, 216.8 acre

feet in the Upper Arapahoe Aquifer, 190 acre feet in the Lower Arapahoe Aquifer and 215.5 acre feet in the Laramie-Fox Hills Aquifer. Available annual allotment of Non-tributary Water Rights is 622.3 acre feet. Tributary Water Rights consist of 753.4 acre feet under a Class D Irrigation Water Allotment Contract through the Groundwater Management Sub-district of the Central Colorado Water Conservancy District. Three Non-tributary water wells and six tributary water wells for irrigation, and two domestic wells. Contact Seth Hayden for an exclusive showing, 970 674-1990. $12,500,000. Property ID: 45284

Maxwell Ranch Wilson Lake Ranch Kansas v Russell County v Wilson


This property is contiguous to Duvall Cove with

5,800 Acres

Colorado v Las Animas County v Weston


This 5,800±-acre ranch is ideal for hunting, including amazing elk, abundant turkey, mule deer, black bear

Duvall Road access to the north side of Wilson and mountain lion. The ranch borders Ted Turner’s famous Vermejo Park Ranch, providing it with access Lake. You can own it all, the views, the grass, the to world-class elk hunting. Saruche Canyon splits the ranch in half. The valley floor is lined with massive water rights, the mineral rights. This property cottonwood trees along a small creek. Vegetation consists of pine, cedar, pinion and juniper. The ranch has offers excellent future development potential. The a two-story, 3,400-square-foot log home. $5,900,000. Dax Hayden, 303 619-6774. Property ID: 43661 grass has good fences and corrals and contains 680 acres. Recreation includes hunting, fishing and water recreation. There is excellent summer grazing for 60 to 100 cows. Springs, dams and windmills provide water. $1,462,000. John Leo Hayden, 785 821-3683. Property ID: 45347

Smoky Gardens Farm & Ranch Kansas v Sherman County v Goodland


At the headwaters of the North Fork of the Smokey Hill River, these 1,081 acres have two older irrigation pivots covering 347 acres, 196 acres of dryland cultivation, 535 acres of native

1204 W. Ash St., Unit A • Windsor, CO 80550

970 674-1990 Colorado office 866 741-8323 Kansas office


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grass, three irrigation wells, livestock water, fencing and hay storage. This is one of the best areas to grow/ hunt pheasant, mulies and whitetail. It joins the Sherman County State Lake area. Nine miles southwest of Goodland on good county roads, it is four miles to Highway 27. $2,357,900. John Leo Hayden, 785 821-3683. Property ID: 43843


Clover Cliff Ranch Auction

Auction Date: February 13, 2014 Kansas v Chase County v Emporia


The Clover Cliff Ranch is the epitome of the Kansas Flint Hills and embodies the pure quality and functionality this region offers. From its winding creek bottoms, to the upper hills of big bluestem grasses and fine fences, Clover Cliff is something to behold. Springs run through grass and timbered draws that open to the excellent alfalfa and wheat ground below. Good watershed ponds offer excellent stock water with opportunities for fishing and waterfowl hunting. Very simply, the ranch offers the best production; from 7 acres to the cow unit to world-class whitetail deer hunting.  Excellent cultivated land will augment the carrying capacity and offer excellent opportunities for spring turkey hunting or that fall bobwhite quail hunt you have always dreamt about. The original limestone home is perched above the alfalfa fields and the Cottonwood River and surrounded by the Flint Hills. The rock walls surrounding the late-1800s home give it an appeal that has it on the National Historic Register. The Clover Cliff is centrally located just west of Emporia. Manhattan, Wichita and Salina are all less than 75 miles and provide good air service. The ranch has a certified set of commercial scales for the hay and cattle business. Current operators are able to have great access to the strong hay market with the ranch’s location on Highway 50.  Production wise, Clover Cliff and the overall area of the Flint Hills Region is world renowned for its quality grasses and excellent carrying capacity. Winters are generally mild and allow for good year-round operations. The ranch is rated at 650 mother cows and offers excellent shelter from both winter and summer heat. Good water and excellent fences with good gates to each pasture make the ranch easy to operate. The working facilities and holding pens are in great condition. There is a metal building with a good place to doctor calves in the winter. The ranch has excellent hay storage and storage buildings. This 3,900+-acre property offers many hunting opportunities. Kansas is known for its world-class whitetail deer, and this ranch lies right in the middle of the very best hunting area. Traditional stand hunting may be done on the portion of the land on Cottonwood Creek with excellent opportunities for trophy deer.  The rest of the ranch is very unique and offers excellent stand and spot and stalk opportunities for those same deer. Turkey hunting is excellent with good numbers of birds throughout the south and central part of the ranch. Bobwhite quail are on the rebound and offer some “classic” chances of hunting this great game bird.  Prairie chickens are prevalent and hunting them is a good pastime at the Clover Cliff. The fishing is great for kids with numerous bass, catfish and sunfish in the ponds and some catfish in the Cottonwood River. Moisture is good now and there is plenty of grass for wildlife and livestock! The ranch has the main historic rock home, a good and well-located guest home, worker’s home and another quality home on the creek. It has excellent outbuildings and hay storage with good working facilities. It has commercial scales with easy on/off access of Highway 50 and excellent hay storage adjacent to scales. We will be selling the Clover Cliff Ranch in its entirety

1204 W. Ash St., Unit A • Windsor, CO 80550

on February 13, 2014 with a minimum reserve of $7,500,000. It will be offered in four tracts and the

970 674-1990 Colorado office 866 741-8323 Kansas office

whole unit. Leo Hayden, 785 821-3683. *Statements made the day of the sale precede any made prior. Please give us a call to schedule your private tour of the ranch and its fine facilities. Property ID: 46476 Volume 53 Farm&Ranch West


Estero Americano Ranch California v Marin County v Valley Ford


First time on the market in nearly 150 years, this 1,118Âą-acre California heritage ranch is one of the oldest in Marin County. Only 50 minutes from San Francisco, the lands are USDA-Certified Organic, producing grass-fed Wagyu beef cattle. To the north, the land borders about two miles of the Estero Americano. To the south, there are panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. A ranch home lies within sound of the ocean, barn, equipment garage, corrals, shop, natural spring ponds and reservoirs, quarry and wildlife habitat. It is unequaled in peace, beauty and tranquility. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. $9,375,500. Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064.

The New PBM Farms


California v Siskiyou County v Dorris

This 2,870-acre certified organic alfalfa and barley farm has beautiful views of Mt. Shasta, five homes, two barns, shops, outbuildings and scales. There are 13 pivots with room to expand and nine wells with 19,300+ gpm. It is also enrolled in the Private Lands management program that allows for a late-season hunts. The ranch also has the only organic grain silos in Butte Valley that hold 2,600 tons of grain. $7,750,000. Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064.

Rough and Ready Cattle Co. California v Siskiyou County v Etna

Battle Creek Ranch


Pivot, flood, wheel lines and hand lines irrigate this 453-acre cattle ranch. Fenced and cross-fenced for easy grazing management, it features three sea-


California v Tehama County v Paynes Creek

The historic Lassen Lodge is 586 acres of pristine mountain property.

sonal ponds, two ag wells, a pole barn, hay barn, two sets of corrals, covered With over a mile of Battle Creek with two trout-filled ponds, the fisherman squeeze, covered scales, shop, equipment storage barn and feeder barn. It cur- will be satisfied. The hunting is incredible with Pope & Young bear and rently runs 100+ head of registered Red Angus, plus cutting pastures for grass great deer and turkey hunting. The turn-key equestrian facility will keep hay. The ranch has a history of running 200 head. Enjoy great hunting for the horse lover happy and the six cabins and lodge will be perfect for the waterfowl, blacktail deer, bear, quail and turkey to name a few. $1,975,000. hunting/fishing club, family compound or spiritual haven to get back to Kathy Hayden and Glen Rizzardo, 530 643-1336. Property ID: 45525

nature. $1,499,000. Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064.

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Cottonwood Creek Ranch


California v Tehama County v Cottonwood

This is the crème de la crème. Enjoy 780± acres (610± irrigated), an exquisite 11,106-square-foot French manor, helicopter hangar, guesthouse and caretaker’s house. This first-class equestrian center is home to racehorse champions Collect Call, Old Fashioned and Fusaichi Pegasus. There is a main barn, broodmare cameras in stalls, stallion barn, 25,000±-square-foot covered arena, covered horse exerciser, two hay barns and more. It currently runs 380 mother cows. $12,750,000. Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064. Property ID: 45317

Toogood Estate Winery California v El Dorado County v Somerset


This unique opportunity is a profitable, growing winery operation in the Fair Play AVA. The winery has grown strongly since its establishment, with 10%+ average annual sales growth over the past five years. It uses estate-grown grapes as well as many tons of purchased fruit to produce a wide variety of high-quality, reasonably priced wines sold direct to consumers. With on-site vineyards, a wine production facility, wine caves, equipment and a successful business that will convey, this rare offering includes everything that would be needed to make an immediate impact in the wine industry. $5,200,000. Jim Copeland, 530 626-3943.

Penobscot Ranch California v El Dorado County v Cool


This historic ranch has been a landmark since the earliest days of the California Gold Rush. It has been a farm, livery stable, way station, stage

Go Away Ranch California v Siskiyou County v Hornbrook


stop and, more recently, a summer camp with school tours and field These 1,700 acres with two homes run 150 pair, have over two miles of trips. The owner runs a working cattle ranch and private residence with Klamath River frontage, 240± acres of irrigated pasture, 1,400 acres seasonal 315 acres of beautiful pasture, rolling oaks, and pine trees, 60 acres of hill grazing ground with the balance farmstead, roads and waterways. It irrigated pasture, three homes, barns, shop, outbuildings and even the old features corrals, cattle squeeze, scales, historic hay barn, workshop and campground with cabins, cookhouse and showers. Ideally located between

is fenced and cross-fenced. There are irrigation rights out of Cottonwood

San Francisco and Lake Tahoe, it is above the fog and below the snow. The

Creek (pre-1914) and a riparian right out of Klamath River. Many recreational 315-acre ranch gives you plenty of room to roam and would make a great activities include hiking, horseback riding and hunting. $2,995,000. family compound. $1,990,000 Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064. Kathy Hayden and Glen Rizzardo, 530 643-1336.

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Steamboat Inn is perched on a bluff with a commanding view of the North Umpqua River. These beautifully appointed accommodations overlooking the beautiful North Umpqua River make this unique inn an ideal romantic getaway for discovering the treasures of the area such as Crater Lake. Fishing at its most challenging, trails for hikers and swimming are all within minutes of Steamboat Inn. Steamboat Inn is an excellent lodging facility for meetings, retreats and seminars. Nestled among the towering firs of the Umpqua National Forest, the inn is 38 scenic miles east of Roseburg. Steamboat Inn is in the middle of 31 miles of “fly-fishing only” water on the North Umpqua River, which is famous as the home of some of the most challenging steelhead fishing in the

Steamboat Inn Oregon v Douglas County v Roseburg

world. Ernie Schwiebert called it “the unmistakable royalty of the Pacific Coast.” Jack Hemingway called the water just upstream from Steamboat Inn “the greatest stretch of summer steelhead water in the United States.” $1,950,000. Timothy O’Neil, 541 480-3682 and Garrett Zoller, 541 944-8821. Property ID: 42596


Whisper Canyon Guest Ranch is tucked away

Whisper Canyon Guest Ranch

in its own valley, two miles from Lake Selmac in the Siskiyou Mountains of Southern Oregon.

Oregon v Josephine County v Selma

Surrounded by forestland, it offers the perfect blend of activity and relaxation. The main house is comprised of five bedrooms, four baths and is a warm 3,500 square feet with a river rock fireplace and gourmet kitchen, giving the feel of an exquisite lodge. There is a lovely second home (1,680 square feet) with three bedrooms and two baths with a grand master guest suite adjoining the house. Above the three-car garage is a delightful two-bedroom, one-bath guest suite

overlooking the solar heated pool and pool house. There is another guesthouse off of the main home and a bunkhouse for 24 people! The campus is Western Rustic and Frontier Style and has two shops (21x23 and 21x13), barn with four horse stalls, tack room, feed room and 8-ton hay storage. The riding arena is 96x225 and there are unlimited miles of riding trails. Located along the seasonal creek is the main gathering barn with large kitchen area seats 60. There are covered patios for outdoor dining and entertaining and bridges, gazebo and walkways make for a great place to hold weddings. This ranch is offered as a fully furnished turn-key operation. Current uses include family getaways/reunions, intimate garden weddings and group/corporate retreats. The possibilities are endless! Reduced by $20,000! $1,795,000. Wes Walton, 541 840-8685. Property ID: 44103


Rare offering! Lower Logan Ranch has been meticulously maintained in this family for 49 years with excellent income and generous return on multiple income streams: 20 acres in Christmas trees, 38 acres of productive hay land, long-term cell tower lease and 18 acres in CREP (Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program). There are five tax lots with 15 acres buildable under measure 49 with no irrigation overhead. Immaculate outbuildings include a 56x60 barn with concrete floors for hay and equipment storage, horse stalls, 56x26 three-bay shop, wood shed and a tastefully decorated bunkhouse with lots of character. Stunning views of Mt. Hood can be viewed from the well-designed home featuring numerous upgrades: open beam ceilings,

Lower Logan Ranch

tile and wood flooring, built-in appliances, granite countertops and wine cellar. Outside features

Oregon v Clackamas Co. v Oregon City

pit with graveled drive through lanes and parking areas plus a 20 gpm well. This would make

a year-round creek plus a seasonal stream, landscaped yard, organic garden and covered barbecue an exceptional equestrian facility with a state park less than five miles away and several nearby arenas providing year round-riding. Fishing and hunting opportunities are within minutes! This premier investment opportunity is 25 minutes from Portland International Airport, 15 minutes from Estacada and two miles from the Urban Growth Boundary. The Oregon Trail ends here at this property located at the foothills of this lush valley that is diversified, yet provides a very attractive tax shelter. Make an appointment today to see this unique holding that is priced well below the tax assessed values. $1,235,000. Jon Stagnitti, 503 936-8281 and Julie MansfieldSmith, 541 934-2946. Property ID: 43979


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Dauenhauer Sampson Creek Ranch Oregon v Jackson County v Ashland


This outdoor paradise is tucked away in the dazzling mountains of Southern Oregon, presenting views of the entire Rouge Valley and Siskiyou Mountain range. The ranch consists of 4,395± contiguously deeded acres and is just eight miles southeast of Ashland, offering the infamous Shakespearean festival, Southern Oregon University, a private airport, multiple fine dining restaurants and endless entertainment to your desires. With four LOP tags available and multiple state record blacktail deer in the record books, this ranch could potentially be the finest blacktail hunting ranch offered for sale. Backed by BLM and private parcels, this ranch has other flourishing wildlife. The open and rolling hills allow for elk, bear, cougar, upland game birds, coyotes and golden eagles to be seen at any given viewing. The recreational opportunities are extremely diversified in this area. $4,395,000. Garrett Zoller, 541 944-8821. Property ID: 43348


The Sumner Ranch is just east of Coos Bay, known as the biggest little city on the Oregon coast. The 161.51 acres offer amazing agriculture, timber for habitat or potential income and

Coos Bay Ranch Oregon v Coos County v Coos Bay

produce 50 tons of hay in the sub-irrigated pastures. The income-producing ranch can run 20+ head of pairs or 100+ head of feeders. 68 acres of lush, sub-irrigated bottom ground are fenced and cross-fenced. The three residences allow for multi-family farming, possible hunting accommodations or potential income. The main home is tucked into the edge of the timber offering beautiful territorial and pond views. Salmon streams run through the property for the fisherman at heart, all the while you can take advantage of owner LOP with deer, elk, bear, geese and ducks! Local activities include golfing, fishing and riding the famous Oregon dunes! This property truly has it all; Oregon living at its finest! $1,440,000. Brad Schaffer, 541 733-9727. Property ID: 46500

Hunter’s Rendezvous Oregon v Umatilla County v Dale


This unique 20-timbered-acre tract is totally surrounded by BLM with the sights and sounds of nature at its best. Tucked back inside the canyon walls within the confines of the Heppner Hunting unit, this holding offers pristine views of the river and ponderosa pines in the heart of the Blue Mountains. There are 675 feet of frontage on both sides of the wild and scenic North Fork John Day River and it is 1.3 miles off Highway 395 between Ukiah and Dale. Deerhorn Creek runs through the front yard and is a year-round fish bearing waterway. A variety of wildlife can be viewed from every window inside this custom home, built in 2003. This cozy chalet has 2,300± square feet on two levels with a great room where the sunlight spills through the full length windows for added warmth. The quality cedar home has top of the line from floor to ceiling! An artesian well supplies domestic and outside water with an underground sprinkler system featuring hydrants throughout for easy yard maintenance. Three RV sites, water and 30-amp electric hookups are available for overnight lodging, complete with a dump station. The 30x40 shop has a concrete floor, a walk-in cooler and foot bridge access across the creek from the house with an older barn for more storage. Raft from your own private fishing hole in the front yard to enjoy an afternoon float to the Monument area, or an overnight river campout to Service Creek. Just reduced! $439,000. Julie Mansfield Smith, 541 934-2946. Property ID: 43736 Volume 53 Farm&Ranch West


Maytag Mountain Ranch

Freedom’s Edge Ranch

Colorado v Fremont County v Westcliffe

Wyoming v Platte County v Glendo



At the base of the majestic Sangre de Cristo Mountains with close proximity Located between Douglas and Wheatland, the 100-acre Freedom’s Edge to Denver and Colorado Springs, the thirteen, 100-acre ranch sites and four Ranch offers quiet, rural living with upscale, custom improvements ranch homes within the 2,953-acre shared-amenity ranch offer luxury ranch

in a convenient and easily accessible year-round location close to

ownership on a certified-organic, income-producing cattle ranch. $500,000 endless winter and summer recreation. $850,000. Matt Johnston, 307 to $1,495,000. Billy Long, 970 948-1333 or Ron Morris, 970 535-0881.

655-2273 or Ron Morris, 970 535-0881.

Peaceful Valley Ranch

Bear Claw Ranch

Wyoming v Platte County v Hartville

Wyoming v Sheridan County v Dayton/Sheridan



500 acres ideal for the buyer desiring a small landholding for livestock Bear Claw Ranch lies against the Bighorn Mountains, northwest of and space to build a home with privacy and expansive views in a no- Sheridan, near Dayton. 2,534 deeded acres with 720 state leased state-income-tax state. Three hours north of Denver, fenced, with two acres and a 160 private lease acres for 3,414 total acres, this ranch windmills, electricity, year-round access, wildlife and close proximity to supports up to 270 head and produces 850 tons of native grass hay. the Glendo Reservoir. $1,100,000. Ron Morris, 970 535-0881.


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Matt Johnston, 307 655-2273 or Ron Morris, 970 535-0881.

Rising Hearts Ranch Colorado v Garfield County v New Castle


Williams Ranch Colorado v San Miguel County v Norwood


This 1,020-acre working cattle and sporting ranch is just 35 miles from

This 256-acre, premier performance horse operation, conveniently the world-class ski resort of Telluride. Williams Ranch features speclocated near Glenwood Springs and close to Aspen and Vail, features tacular views, ample water rights, excellent hunting, nearby fishing a new 6,814-square-foot trophy home and a 48,000-square-foot barn and recreational opportunities, a 4,000-square-foot newer lodge/home and arena. This property can work for breeding, showing or any

for multi-family entertaining, large shop and four-stall horse barn.

quality horse enterprise. $6,900,000. Billy Long, 970 948-1333.

$4,475,000. Billy Long, 970 948-1333 or Ron Morris, 970 535-0881.

Walton Ranch Wyoming v Teton County v Jackson


An exceptional property in an extraordinary setting, the 1,848-

Big Creek Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


Private yet only 15 minutes from Steamboat Springs, this 5,034-acre ranch is nestled in its own valley and borders national forest. Five

acre legacy ranch abuts three miles of the legendary Snake River, is miles of Big Creek, an 11,000 sq. ft. lodge, houses, utility buildings surrounded by Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and is and a historic barn complete this fabulous ranch which also has just 10 minutes from downtown Jackson. $68,700,000. Ron Morris,

development potential. $59,900,000. Ron Morris, 970 535-0881,

970 535-0881 or Billy Long 970 948-1333.

Billy Long, 970 948-1333 or Christy Belton, 970 734-7885.

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SLR Farm California v San Diego County v Bonsall


Located in the middle of one of the best-known equestrian areas in Southern California and adjacent to San Luis Rey Downs training track, this working ranch offers sophisticated living with easy access to the major metropolitan areas of San Diego, Orange and Los Angeles

Counties. SLR Farm consists of 140Âą acres of citrus and avocado groves, alfalfa fields, pastures, ponds and paddocks surrounding a charming three-bedroom, two-bath hacienda, ancillary living quarters, barns and workshops. Secure and replete with privacy, character and country beauty, SLR Farm offers magnificent vistas of surrounding mountains, valleys, orchards and ponds with easy access to San Luis Rey Downs, Joe Herrick Thoroughbred Racing Stable, Kimberly Monk Dressage Training and Fallbrook Equestrian Center. $11,950,000. Contact Billy Long, 970 948-1333. Co-listed with David Mossler/Mossler Properties, 310 471-5066. Property ID: 41817

Sunshine Cattle Company


California v Shasta County v Redding

Operating as a working cattle ranch, this rare development opportunity borders the city limits of Redding, California. This 375-acre ranch has end-of-the-road privacy, old-growth trees, a private reservoir, seasonal stream and




in the area. The property is home to quail, turkey and deer, supports 30 to 35 cattle and irrigates 30 acres of pasture. $2,200,000. Billy Long, 970 948-1333. Property ID: 45885

Chaparral Lakes Ranch California v Shasta County v Redding


This magnificent 400-acre ranch is within 10 minutes of Redding, which offers all amenities, including superb medical facilities, a commercial airport and nearby recreation. The ranch enjoys wildlife and privacy with no easements to others. Historically used as winter grazing and for hunting, it has been recently zoned 2-acre minimums. This trophy property offers a classic Western lifestyle plus development opportunity. $1,250,000. Billy Long, 970 948-1333. Property ID: 14642


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61 Bar Ranch Wyoming v Carbon County v Rawlins


Featuring 96,447 acres in one contiguous block of land situated in the Haystack Mountain Range. The ranch offers over five miles of North Platte River frontage, which is a source for irrigation, blue-ribbon fishing; and opportunities to hunt deer, elk, and antelope. This diversified ranch consists of 29,000 deeded acres, 40,960 acres of BLM, 2,960 acres State School lease, and 23,527 acres private lease. $10,750,000. Contact John Stratman.

4 To The Royal Ranch Colorado v Douglas County v Castle Rock


Featuring a six-stall horse barn, hay barn and large toy barn/storage building along with another barn for smaller livestock, this 50acre ranch is entirely fenced, including four lush pastures, loafing shed and outdoor arena. The estate boasts an 8,600 + square foot home with every amenity including end-of-the-road location and 360 degree views of the Rocky Mountains along with a modest manager’s home. $2,750,000. Contact Karen Mikkelson.


Rainy Mesa Ranch consists of 350± deeded acres with an additional 54,000 acres of Forest

Rainy Mesa Ranch New Mexico v Catron County v Reserve





allows 320 head cattle and 14 horses. The Negrito Creek runs through this ranch, creating amazing habitat for the wildlife and

is known for excellent hunting of deer, elk, bear, javelina, turkey and mountain lion. The property has excellent improvements including an owner’s home, manager’s home and several cabins along with


a variety of ranch improvements with an end-of-the-road location.

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$3,900,000. Contact Robb Van Pelt.

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Broken Circle Ranch

At over 8,688± deeded acres, not only is this ranch a productive commercial-sized cow/calf

Montana v Powell County v Deer Lodge Valley

operation with annual surplus hay sales, but also a sportsman’s paradise. The Clarks Fork River winds through the ranch, providing excellent trout fishing and creates an active riparian area supporting a large whitetail deer population and offering abundant fishing opportunities. $15,000,000. Contact Robb Van Pelt.

Blessing Ranch Colorado v Larimer County v Fort Collins


This 166-acre, well-thought-out property could lend itself to a multitude of different venues such as a family compound, working cow ranch, guest ranch, corporate workshop, health, yoga, counseling/wellness center, spiritual foundation or wedding facility (subject to Larimer County approval of future use). Drastic price reduction: Was $2,990,000, now $2,100,000. Contact Karen Mikkelson.

Bear Bones Ranch


Colorado v Custer County v Westcliffe

Bear Bones Ranch offers 225 acres of grazing lands and scattered pine trees together with 640 acres of State of Colorado grazing lease. Improvements consist of an owner’s home, guest home and horse barn with outside riding/ roping arena. In addition to running horses and cattle, the ranch offers a multitude of wildlife opportunities.





Pine Run Ranch Colorado v El Paso County v Falcon


On 60 acres, Pine Run Ranch is just north of Falcon with Pikes Peak as a backdrop to the west. Ponderosa pines, natural grasses, sedges and rushes distinguish the local ecosystem, while rolling hills and a pond complete the setting. The ranch has multiple barns, residences and an indoor arena. $899,000. Contact John Stratman.

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Quarter Circle 4 Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Toponas

Rayner Ranch


Quarter Circle 4 Ranch includes 1,520± deeded acres, including 400± acres of irrigated meadow, extensive water rights and has a current

Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling


The 116+-acre Rayner Ranch is surrounded by BLM on three sides,

4,000+-acre BLM lease. Modest improvements include barns, metal shop water rights, nearly one mile of Muddy Creek frontage, irrigated and a three-bedroom home. $3,350,000. Bill George, 970 485-1052.

pastures and ponds and includes a 4,000-square-foot home. $995,000. Bill George, 970 485-1052.

Vagabond Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Granby

B I Bar Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling


The Vagabond Ranch includes 108 acres surrounded by the Arapaho National Forest and 1.4+ miles of private water on Willow and Bill


The B I Bar Ranch consists of 444 acres of high country meadows, aspen

creeks, which contain native brook trout. The ranch’s improvements groves and sagebrush pastures. The ranch borders public lands on two consist of a remodeled log home with five bedrooms, a three-story, sides, giving the property unparalleled access to some of the best elk five-bedroom log home, manager’s house and two cozy log cabins. $2,500,000. Bill George, 970 485-1052.

Rim Rock Canyon Ranch


Colorado v Grand County v Parshall

Secluded 40-acre ranch inholding with year-round access, live water and is completely surrounded by BLM land. The ranch provides a venue of rugged rock outcroppings, sub-irrigated meadows, sagebrush, native grass pastures, high alpine meadows, forests, Corral Creek containing native brook trout and a pond. $849,000. Bill George, 970 485-1052.

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and mule deer hunting. The ranch offers several exquisite building sites. $995,000. Bill George, 970 485-1052.


Moose Springs Ranch Utah v Wasatch County v Heber City

Here is an extraordinary opportunity to own almost one square mile of some of the most beautiful and enjoyable mountain land now available in the Rocky Mountain West. The Moose Springs Ranch encompasses about 584 acres of wonderful terrain, which are graced by stunning stands of quaking aspen and alpine conifer trees. This rare holding also contains many year ’round springs and small creeks. It is situated in the Lake Creek Drainage– one of Northern Utah’s most reliable watersheds. Grassy parks attract good numbers of Rocky Mountain elk. Beautiful willow draws provide abundant forage for surprising numbers of moose. Mule deer are plentiful along with occasional sightings of black bear and cougar. The Moose Springs Ranch straddles Lake Creek Road about 13 miles east of Heber City, Utah–this paved scenic drive affords easy access. The Ranch has had only two ownerships in the past 60 years–a rare offering in today’s land market. The Ranch is currently zoned for 20-acre parcels which positions it nicely for a conservation easement should the next owner choose to create a family legacy compound or corporate retreat and preserve capital vis-à-vis attendant tax deductions. This magnificent holding is situated only 25 miles from Park City–45 miles from Salt Lake City–45 miles from Provo. This amazing location is further enhanced by the Heber Valley Airport–one of the best corporate jet-capable facilities in the West–just 25 minutes from the Ranch! This amazing block of land is competitively offered at $3,869,600 which equates to $6,626 per acre. It must be considered by Buyers looking for more than a 10 to 160-acre “postage stamp” – here is room to roam in one of Northern Utah’s increasingly sought-after mountain locales. Please Call Patrick Bates at 801 560-4259 or David Packer at 801 419-9932.

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NEW LISTING! The Irish Harp Ranch, between Chama, New Mexico and Pagosa Springs, Colorado, lies in the heart of some of the Rockies’ best trophy mule deer and elk hunting. Just south of the Colorado border, the Irish Harp Ranch covers 3,000 deeded and 450 leased acres of towering ponderosa pine, scrub oak, Douglas fir and grasslands at an elevation of about 8,000 feet.  As  a comfortable hunting retreat, the ranch is a turn-key operation featuring a spacious 3,800-square-foot log lodge at the ranch headquarters. $6,950,000. Property ID: 43604

Irish Harp Ranch New Mexico v Rio Arriba County v Chama

Dale Creek Ranch Wyoming v Laramie County v Laramie


NEW LISTING! On the 7,200-acre Dale Creek Ranch in southeastern Wyoming, the possibilities are as rich as its creekside pastures. Trophy big game hunting, trout fishing, cattle ranching, alternative and traditional energy development and rural housing development are all possible here, in many combinations. The ranch is only 10 minutes from Laramie and two hours from Denver, Colorado. $8,640,000. Property ID: 45327

White Tip Ranch Colorado v Pitkin County v Aspen


NEW LISTING! Only 40 minutes from Aspen lies the 152-acre White Tip Ranch, a true wilderness retreat on the very doorstep of one of the nation’s premier cultural and recreational communities. Few indeed are properties in which you can enjoy the strains of the Aspen Symphony or a final run down Aspen Mountain, and less than an hour later be hidden away in your personal enclave populated only by quaking aspen and elk. $3,495,000. Property ID: 43606

Southern Cross Ranch New Mexico Catron County v Pie Town


World-class is no exaggeration when describing the exceptional trophy elk hunting on the 29,142-acre (18,535 deeded) Southern Cross Ranch in west-central New Mexico. The Southern Cross has been superbly managed for years to maintain its status as one of America’s premier hunting

Dave Harrigan Hunter Harrigan

destinations. A spectacular 6,000-square-foot log lodge is

1781 Macom Drive • Sedalia, CO 80135

the centerpiece of the ranch.

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With excellent year-round access, the “land of giants” is located only 2.5 hours from Albuquerque and 3.5 hours from Santa Fe. $13,250,000. Property ID: 72457

Sawtooth Shadows Ranch New Mexico v Catron County v Datil


Rugged scenery combined with trophy elk and mule deer herds makes the 21,700-deeded-acre Sawtooth Shadows Ranch a New Mexico dream ranch for sportsmen with a special appreciation for Southwestern culture, history and landscape. $10,900,000. Property ID: 72454






Ranch, high in the West Elk Moun-

Zephyr Meadows Ranch

tains near Crested Butte, you’ll not only


Colorado v Grand Co. v Grand Lake


four-season recreational ranch with world-

also above it all. This 923-acre wilderness ranch is nearly completely surrounded by na-


Zephyr Meadows Ranch virtually defines a

from it all, but

class accommodations. The ranch itself

Red Hawk Ranch Colorado v Gunnison County v Crested Butte

tional forest and boasts sweeping views of the magnificent Ohio Creek Valley. A massive 5,400-squarefoot lodge serves as headquarters for this magnificent property. It includes four bedrooms, full kitchen, storage garage and a vaulted great room filled with trophy mounts. $4,950,000. Property ID: 44160

consists of 505 acres of prime Rocky Mountain real estate filled with an expansive irrigated meadow flanked by mixed woods of aspen and pine. Two sides of the ranch are bordered by the Arapahoe National Forest, providing a sense of seclusion and affording access to 32,000 acres of public land. Improvements on the ranch are first class with an immaculate 6,235-square-foot lodge and 4,440-square-foot custom home. $2,300,000. Property ID: 72482

Lazy H Ranch Colorado Colorado v Douglas County v Larkspur


The Lazy H Ranch in Douglas County is one of the finest equestrian ranches in the Front Range of Colorado. Everything on the ranch, from its 1,400 acres of rolling mountain grasslands to its 39,000-square-foot indoor riding arena, points to a property custom made for horses and horse lovers. Residential improvements include a 14,000-square-foot custom home and two 3,000+-square-foot guesthouses. PRICE REDUCED to $6,950,000. Property ID: 72461

Dave Harrigan Hunter Harrigan 1781 Macom Drive Sedalia, CO 80135

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Soaring Eagle Ranch Colorado v Larimer County v Virginia Dale


The Ultimate Private Family retreat. This magnificent Colorado luxury ranch hidden in the Colorado Rockies has over 2,000 acres to roam. Soaring Eagle Ranch rests at an elevation of 7,200 feet, among vast expanses of pine trees and rock formations in northern Colorado. The property is used for both agricultural and mountain recreation like hiking, horseback riding, fishing, hunting and shooting sports. There is no public access near or through the ranch so after you, your family and friends pass through the front gate you’ll enjoy complete privacy and seclusion to enjoy life on the ranch the way you want it to

be. After a full day of outdoor fun the Soaring Eagle Lodge was built to provide a comfortable end to your day. Sitting in a tranquil forest of pines, overlooking a pristine meadow and the magnificent rock cliffs protecting the valley floor, you will savor a family meal or the quiet of a good book. 7 bedrooms and 8 fireplaces will provide a cozy atmosphere and solitude for everyone to enjoy. Square off in a game of pool or hunker down in the theater for a movie, there is something for everyone. The rustic elegance of its rich interior can make this your mountain home for generations to come. Soaring Eagle Ranch offers the ultimate in privacy and seclusion and is the perfect playground for your family and friends. $18,900,000.

Elk Creek Ranch


Colorado v Rio Blanco County v Meeker

Elk Creek Ranch has the best dry fly-fishing in the lower 48 (period)! Over 30 miles of legendary White River upstream of Meeker, Colorado, provides the ultimate setting for trophy dry fly-fishing. From white water to a natural spring creek you couldn’t explore all the fly fishing Elk Creek Ranch has to offer in the next three years! This home site sits just feet from the river, providing the perfect locale for a luxury mountain home. Listen to the sound of the river from your bedroom window. Owners enjoy an exclusive private ranch of common ownership; over 3000 acres centered by a five-

Mike Kennedy Dennis Saffell 970 509-5037


star lodge. Dine on the patio while watching trout rise. This ranch is known for its world class

fly-fishing, but offers year round activities for all of your guests. And of course, big-game hunting

*Shown by appointment only to pre-qualified prospective purchasers

in the Flattops Wilderness Area for elk, deer, bear, mountain lion and antelope, makes Elk Creek

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Ranch a year-round sporting headquarters. $2,995,000.


The views from this exquisite mountain home

Purple Sage Lodge

are breathtaking expanses of the Continental Divide. Purple Sage Lodge sits on 35 acres of

Colorado v Grand County v Granby

pine, aspen, open meadows and ridge lines all within the protection of the Homesteads at the C Lazy U Ranch. The home is an inspiration to all with massive logs and a stone turret wrapping the entry constructed in the theme of the American West. Multiple guest suites over three levels greet all your family and friends. This magnificent home is professionally decorated and is offered fully-furnished. When it’s time to play just mosey on down to the C Lazy U ranch, a historic legendary dude ranch, boasting “5-spur service”

with every amenity it takes to experience the west as it once was or enjoy the finer things such as, a world class spa, dining, cat skiing, even a ropes course! The C Lazy U Ranch has been creating family memories since 1919, maybe it’s time to create a few with your family! $5,495,000.

King Creek Ranch Colorado v Routt County v McCoy


A few years ago, some like-minded folks got together to buy King Creek Ranch. They set out to preserve and protect the more than 5000 acres that is now one of the most legendary ranches in the American West. First, they created common amenities that individually are second to none, world class facilities that members and their guests can enjoy without effort such as, the equestrian center, a trophy trout stream and lakes, hunting grounds for deer and elk that produce epic numbers and scores, and a golf driving range next to the skeet and trap range. All the comforts of a country club and a lodge reside in Bison Hall, a gathering place to share good times and great food. But most importantly, they put in place a set of protective covenants that insure that this special place will remain as it is for generations to come. Now only seven families have the good fortune to call King Creek Ranch their mountain home. Is it time for your family to find

Deer Park Ranch at Grand River Ranch

a special place in the Rockies? $3,900,000.

Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling


Perched on a ridge over looking the Colorado River Valley, this luxury ranch is 497 acres of pure high country, offering a great western mountain experience. Enjoy excellent hunting and fishing on your own private land. Deer Park Ranch includes a magnificent log and stone home encompassing more than 8,100 square feet – professionally furnished and decorated. An expansive toy barn of more than 3,500 square feet makes for a great workshop and storage for off-road vehicles, ranch equipment and all your mountain toys. As part of the exclusive Grand

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River Ranch community, you will enjoy first-class private amenities including the Grand River

Ranch Lodge, fly-fishing camps with overnight cabins, an equestrian center, and a U.S. regulation

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sporting clays range. Spoil your family and friends at Grand River Ranch! $7,750,000.

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With over 46,700 deeded acres, the JE Canyon Ranch represents one of Colorado’s largest private hunting ranches and wildlife preserves on the market today. Situated in southeastern Colorado’s canyon country, the property includes unique red rock canyons that rival those in southern Utah. Nine miles of the Purgatoire River run through the ranch, as well as other streams and riparian areas, creating a vast wilderness that form a mosaic of interconnected canyons and me-

JE Canyon Ranch Colorado v Las Animas County v Trinidad

sas. It is a premier wildlife ranch with tags available for trophy mule deer and bighorn sheep, elk and numerous other animals. It is also a repository of fascinating geologic, ar-

chaeological and historic heritage sites, including prehistoric rock art and abandoned pioneer homesteads. Offered in cooperation with Corwin Brown & Associates, Inc. $23,400,000. Contact Ken Mirr. Property ID: 45546

Ft. Laramie Waterfowl Preserve


Phantom Lake Ranch

Wyoming v Goshen Co. v Ft. Laramie

In the heart of the central flyway, an area


Colorado v Larimer County v Red Feather Lakes

Conveniently located in the foothills west of Fort Collins, the 592±-acre Phantom Lake Ranch is known for its big flights of late-season mallards, a private recreational enclave with four lakes, dramatic granite rock outcroppings, hay meadows, wigeon and giant Greater Canada geese, lies flowering pastures, aspens, pines, abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery surrounded on three the Ft. Laramie Waterfowl Preserve, a 288-acre sides by the Roosevelt National Forest. The property has numerous improvements, including the sportsman’s paradise. The property offers 72 recently remodeled main home and guesthouse, restored historic cabin, manager’s home and barn.

acres of irrigation under a center pivot, a very Near the quaint mountain village of Red Feather Lakes, Phantom Lake Ranch affords fishing, hiking, productive farm with 1.25 miles of North Platte biking, horseback riding, hunting and numerous recreational opportunities on the property and on River frontage and a home to trophy whitetail,

turkey, ducks and geese. 20 minutes from

the surrounding public lands. $3,900,000. Contact Ken Mirr or Ed Roberson. Property ID: 42857

Torrington, Wyoming and three hours from Denver, the Ft. Laramie Waterfowl Preserve is adjacent to the Ft. Laramie Historical Monument. $1,800,000. Contact Ken Mirr or Jared Souza. Property ID: 46571

Shadow Wild Ranch Colorado v Jefferson County v Indian Hills


Nestled in the Front Range foothills, the 159-acre Shadow Wild Ranch provides a unique opportunity

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to experience privacy, wildlife and expansive views, all within 30 minutes of downtown Denver. With

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as a weekend retreat or a primary residence. $2,995,000. Contact Ed Roberson. Property ID: 44907


At 36,000+ contiguous deeded acres, Six Shooter Ranch is a vast and beautiful intermountain hunting/recreation/wilderness property just a

Six Shooter Ranch Oregon v Wheeler County v Mitchell

short drive from the renowned charm and sophistication of Bend. Current ownership has painstakingly cared for, managed and improved the wildlife, water, timber and rangeland resources; the results are evident and impressive. Encompassing two very distinct ecosystems (the elevation extends from 2,850 to 5,900 feet above sea level), the landscape is stunning in range and scope. With its diversity of terrain, and its abundance of food, cover and water (70+ developed springs, creeks and lakes, some with fantastic fishing), Six Shooter Ranch provides ideal year-round habitat and sanctuary for extraordinary numbers of wild animals including trophy-quality elk and mule deer. $26,500,000. Contact Jeff Hubbard or Pat Lancaster. Listed in cooperation with Jones Lang LaSalle Brokerage, Inc. and exclusively marketed by Mirr Ranch Group, LLC. Property ID: 44909

Black Bear Ranch


Stitt Ranch

Colorado v Garfield County v Glenwood Springs

Resting above the Roaring Fork Valley is the pristine and private Black Bear Ranch. This 902-acre recreational ranch offers a wilderness setting adjoining public lands, yet is only 20 minutes from Glenwood Springs and within an hour from Aspen. Fed by two streams, the 20-acre private lake has valuable water rights and is a sanctuary for wildlife. The property features a custom threebedroom, two-bath log home with wraparound deck that is off grid, powered by its own solar array. $9,922,000. Contact Ken Mirr. Property ID: 72443


Colorado v Park County v Bailey

Entirely surrounded by Pike National Forest and Colorado State Trust Lands, the 160-acre Stitt Ranch offers end-of the-road privacy rarely found so close to a major metropolitan area. Less than an hour from downtown Denver, the ranch features a home and other agricultural buildings, 480 acres of leased State Trust Lands, valuable and transferable water rights, year-round access off of a county-maintained road and 360-degree views of the surrounding mountains. Price just reduced to $1,410,000. Contact Mac McWhorter. Property ID: 43473

Sandy Ranch


Utah v Garfield County v Torrey

In scenic southern Utah adjoining Capitol Reef National Park lies the Sandy Ranch, a historic cattle ranch with 6,970 deeded acres and 240,000 leased acres in one of the most picturesque regions of the West. This income-producing property offers historic water rights, two large alpine reservoirs, 550 irrigated acres producing 2,000+ tons of alfalfa hay and a self-sustaining

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Situated on the banks of the Madison River, this premier sportsman’s paradise boasts 3.5± miles of Madison River frontage and more than 5.5± miles of reclaimed spring creek on its 1,050± acres. The ranch offers tremendous waterfowl, upland bird and whitetail deer hunting and world-class fly-fishing. In addition to being a haven for the trout fisherman or waterfowler, the ranch is well suited for a working horse or cattle operation with 700± irrigable acres. One would

Madison Spring Creek Ranch

be hard-pressed to find another property within 30 minutes of Bozeman with comparable live

Montana v Gallatin County v Three Forks

water resources on or off the market. With direct

access to the Madison River on the ranch’s west boundary, a convenient location just 25± minutes from Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport and five minutes± from the amenities of Three Forks, the Madison Spring Creek Ranch is a ranch to be enjoyed by all generations. $8,000,000.

Dry Creek Ranch Wyoming v Campbell County v Gillette


The Dry Creek Ranch in Wyoming is a “low overhead” grazing ranch that is easy to manage and operate. This Wyoming cattle ranch for sale has been designed and managed to promote maximum livestock production with minimal abuse to

Oyler Ranch on the Gallatin River Montana v Gallatin County v Manhattan


Straddling the famous West Gallatin River for approximately 2± miles as well as locally known

the property. The ranch has a good distribution of Baker Creek for .25± mile and Randall Spring Creek for 1.5± miles, Montana’s historic 731±water, ensuring cattle do not have to travel far for acre Oyler Ranch combines quick access to Bozeman and Gallatin Field Airport while providing drinking water. The ranch and area provide nu- world-class recreational amenities. A rare find, the Oyler Ranch provides the angler with a variety merous opportunities for hunting and recreation. of fly-fishing experiences and has incredible wildlife with excellent populations of whitetail deer,

There are many miles of private roads and trails pheasant and turkey as well as top-notch waterfowl hunting. The Oyler Ranch is just outside on the Wyoming cattle ranch that are ideal for the small town of Manhattan, Montana, which began as a farming community successful in the

horseback riding or four-wheeler riding. The Dry malting business and continues the farming heritage today expanding into ranching, potatoes, Creek Ranch has good populations of antelope, dairy and wheat farms. Take Highway 89 south from Bozeman, within an hour you will pass the mule deer and elk that provide wildlife viewing entrance to three world-class ski resorts, Big Sky Ski and Summer Resort, The Yellowstone Club and hunting opportunities. Plentiful sage grouse Resort and Moonlight Basin. $3,500,000. and partridge, as well as many of the reservoirs hosting a variety of waterfowl, provide ample opportunities for wing shooting. $2,800,000.

Deer Lodge Mountain Ranch Montana v Powell County v Deer Lodge


Outstanding mountain views, timbered draws and healthy aspen groves intermingle with several springs originating on the property, providing excellent habitat. The western Montana ranch consists of 3,373± deeded acres spread below the Flint Creek and Highland Mountain Ranges and borders Forest Service. Centrally located between the southwestern

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Montana towns of Deer Lodge and Anaconda, this area of the state is an often overlooked chance to enjoy Montana’s most coveted attributes like hunting, fly-fishing, skiing and other recreational pursuits. $2,595,000.


Tucked away in a truly stunning mountain setting

Circle Lazy H Ranch on Fall Creek

surrounded by the Bridger-Teton National Forest, the Circle Lazy H Ranch on Fall Creek boasts

Wyoming v Teton County v Jackson Hole

160± deeded acres in a remarkably private setting. The ranch is in the legendary resort community of Jackson Hole, just 20 minutes from the town of Wilson and 35 minutes from Jackson. A recreational paradise, the ranch features over a mile± of two forks of Fall Creek with excellent cutthroat fishing as well as hunting, hiking and horseback riding on the ranch and adjacent public lands. Enjoy backcountry skiing, crosscountry skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling during the winter months. $10,000,000.

Rockpoint Ranch on the Big Hole River Montana v Madison County v Twin Bridges

Lyman Creek Ranch Montana v Gallatin County v Bozeman


Lyman Creek Ranch is a “needle in a haystack” when it comes to ranch properties


The Rockpoint Ranch is a fly-fisher’s dream property; with 4.2± miles of the Big Hole River (including approximately 3 miles of both sides) and just south of Twin Bridges, Montana, one of the most classic

near a cultural community like Bozeman. The

property consists of 353± acres with Lyman trout towns in Montana. The Ruby, Beaverhead and the Big Hole River confluence in “Twin” to form Creek running through the length of the the Jefferson River providing more trophy trout and more rivers to fish within a short drive than any property. The foothill ridges that flank the town in the lower 48. The Big Hole River has been a favorite among fly-fishermen and women since drainage shield it from outside view, all the the late 1880s and has a tremendous population of trophy brown and rainbow trout; it is also the last way up to the creek’s origin in the Bridger habitat for the native Fluvial Arctic Grayling in the contiguous United States. The ranch consists of

Mountains and Gallatin National Forest. 1,965± acres of which over 1,000 are all river bottom ground. There is a wonderful ranch compound Lyman Creek Ranch has a combination of oriented around a beautiful trout pond offering plenty of room for guests. $6,900,000. coveted amenities—live water, National Forest


The Glade Ranch for sale in Montana encompasses 545± deeded acres, all of which are accessible and usable. The property consists of a variety of intermixed land types, including grassy

access, tasteful structural improvements,

Glade Ranch

privacy and an extraordinary location—that

Montana v Sanders County v Plains


set it apart as an outstanding ranch estate.

pastures, tillable fields and timbered hillsides. A few underground springs feed riparian areas. The original farmstead lies on an elevated slope that overlooks a spring-fed pond and captures the grandeur of the valley’s picturesque landscape. The Glade Ranch would make a fabulous recreational retreat in the Clark Fork Valley. The ranch can stand alone as an inclusive cattle operation but also has great potential as a hay base for an expanded, larger commercial program. If combined with the adjacent Plum Creek Combest Creek offering, the ranch would create an impressive ownership opportunity in this beautiful valley. $2,600,000.

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Rocky Mountain Sheep Company Ranch Wyoming v Carbon County v Rawlins

Tranquility Ranch


This historical working cattle ranch consists of 39,335+ total acres: 19,950+ deeded, 19,665+ BLM lease and 80+ state lease acres near Rawlins. The


Wyoming v Natrona County v Casper

This ranch, set 20± miles northwest of Casper with year-round accessibility,

consists of 28,311.85± deeded acres, 640± private lease acres, 3,440.70± State owner-rated carrying capacity is 300 cow/calf pairs year-round. 4.5 miles of Wyoming lease acres and 13,438.17± BLM lease acres for a total of 45,831± of the North Platte River flow through the ranch, along with Pass Creek, contiguous acres. Historically, the owners have run 800 to 900 cows year-round which runs through the south part of the ranch. 17 other water sources, with supplemental feeding in the winter. Ample water is provided throughout including some pipelines, electric and solar wells and artesian wells and by submersible wells to stock tanks, windmills, reservoirs and several miles springs, provide water for livestock. Improvements include a set of shipping

of live water. Improvements include two 1,554-square-foot, two-story homes

corrals. $6,400,000. Kyle Berger, 307 760-8018. Property ID: 45726

built in 2001, a 3,120-square-foot quonset; horse barn; cattle barns; and a very good set of cattle working facilities featuring a scale, alley, working tub and hydraulic squeeze chute as well as a similar system for working calves. This is excellent habitat for wildlife, including mule deer, antelope and upland game birds. $8,250,000 or $291.40/deeded acre. Cory Clark, Denver Gilbert or Mark McNamee, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 46293

Marton Ranch Wyoming v Natrona & Carbon Counties v Alcova


This large, working cattle and sheep operation consists of 69,550± contiguous acres: 35,700± deeded, 25,850± BLM lease and 8,000± state lease. It is bordered on the northwest by the North Platte River, starting at the Gray Reef Dam and running downstream for 12± miles. The headquarters lie

Pine Ridge Ranch Wyoming v Johnson County v Kaycee


20 miles south of Casper. Enjoy nice improvements. The current opera- This exceptional 28,453±-acre, low-overhead grass ranch is 11 miles tion runs 450± mother cows, 2,300 ewes and replacement yearlings and from Kaycee: 25,973± deeded, 880± BLM acres and 1,600± state leased breeding stock. Livestock water is provided from streams, springs, reservoirs, solar wells, electric wells and artesian wells. Excellent wildlife habitat for deer, antelope, elk, waterfowl, upland birds and blue ribbon fishing. $28,000,000. John Gibbs, 307 620-2125. Property ID: 45279

acres. Easily accessible year-round, the ranch is owner rated at 700 cow/ calf pairs year round. An excellent water system supplies water to 39 tanks strategically located throughout the ranch along 30± miles of

pipeline. Numerous reservoirs provide additional water for livestock and wildlife. Outstanding improvements include three custom log homes constructed in 1999, each with many outstanding features, as well as indoor and outdoor cattle-working facilities, pipe corrals, barns, arena, certified scales, feedlot which includes a seven-bin feed storage and mixing system with covered unloading area, shop and much more.

Enjoy beautiful views of the Big Horn Mountains and Pine Ridge to Cory Clark, Broker Mark McNamee, Associate Broker • Denver Gilbert, Associate Broker the west. Enjoy an abundance of wildlife, including trophy mule deer,

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upland game birds, turkeys and antelope. $9,300,000. Cory Clark, Mark McNamee or Denver Gilbert, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 13276

Deer Creek Grazing Ranch Wyoming v Converse County v Glenrock


This is a great combination of productive ranch and recreational splendor with 11,755+ total acres: 9,532+ deeded, 2,143+ state lease and 80+ BLM lease acres. Historically, the owners have run 900± cow/calf pairs from May to November. It is divided into two blocks approximately five miles apart. The ranch is easily accessible year-round via I-25, paved state highways and county-maintained roads. The northern parcel lies along the city limits of Glenrock. There are 160 acres of irrigated hay ground and a set of improvements all watered via springs, solar wells, windmills along with year-round live water provided by Deer Creek. South of Glenrock in the Deer Creek Range of the Laramie Mountains, the second part of the ranch consists of gentle-sloping pastures with several freshwater springs nestled among the deep canyons and valleys

White River Ranch Nebraska v Sioux County v Harrison


These 1,660± deeded acres of breathtaking, recreational amenities lie 7± miles east of Harrison with heavily sodded grass pastures and pine and cedar-covered hillsides. Its many draws and cottonwood-lined creek bottom provide ample protection for livestock and wildlife. Reliable stock water is provided by three windmills, a solar-powered well and 1.5± miles of the White River that flow year-round along the northern part of the ranch. The ranch offers excellent habitat for several species of wildlife, including elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, wild turkeys and antelope as well as fishing opportunities provided by the White River. There are no improvements on the ranch; however, electricity is available as are several homesites. $1,245,000. Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 14536

encompassed by pine, cedar and juniper trees. Live water is provided by Red Canyon Creek, Beaver Creek, White Creek along with Hermit Rock Creek and Wood Ridge Creek. Abundant wildlife include mule deer, whitetail deer, wild turkeys, antelope and elk. $12,000,000. Scott Leach, 307 331-9095 and Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 45727

Yellowstone River Ranch Montana v Rosebud County v Forsyth


Approximately 5 miles east of Forsyth and lying along .75 mile of the

Pretty Creek Ranch South Dakota v Ziebach County v Dupree

Yellowstone River are 1,201± acres of extraordinarily diverse sporting property. The 876.29 deeded acres consist of 93.3 irrigated acres, 15.5 dryland crop acres, 767.49 range and riparian acres, 324.83 acres State

of Montana lease with 19.9 irrigated acres, 142.9 dryland crop acres Eight miles north of Dupree, in the heart of cattle and wheat country, this and 162.03 range and riparian acres. This ideal sportsman's paradise ranch offers the perfect combination of small grain and grass production. has prime habitat for mule deer, whitetail deer and antelope, as well as


In an area known for heavy calf weights, good farm ground and ample excellent upland bird and waterfowl. Reduced to $1,490,000. Denver moisture, this multigenerational ranch offers 7,670+ total acres that Gilbert, 406 697-3961 or Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 7993 include a 160+-acre private lease. Of the 7,510+ deeded acres, 2,500± are tillable with 2,000+ acres currently farmed. Rich soils allow for great yields on wheat, dryland corn and hay. Water is supplied by several dams, wells, pipelines and a rural water system. Improvements include two nice homes, two sets of corrals, a 52x200 pole barn building, 40x60 shop, 30x40 garage and several barns for livestock. The owners have also constructed a 200-foot feed bunk out of railroad ties and guardrail used to feed the weaned calves during the winter. $8,950,000. Denver Gilbert, 406 697-3961 and Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 44862

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Grizzly Ranch Colorado v Jackson County v Walden


An 8,686-deeded-acre ranch set in the mountains of Northern Colorado, the Grizzly Ranch offers a large-scale working livestock operation with significant improvements, including water, mineral and recreational attributes. This contiguous property consists of 8,686 deeded acres and 18,000 BLM and State of Colorado leased acres. One of Colorado’s most comprehensive ranches offering six residences, a 19,000-square-foot professional show/sale barn, machine shops, equipment sheds, barns and extensive livestock facilities. In addition, the ranch includes mineral rights, a productive oil and gas lease, opportunity for a conservation easement and senior water rights, including 16+ miles of creeks and streams that form the headwaters of the famous North Platte River. Situated at an elevation of just over 8,000 feet, the ranch is distinguished by irrigated meadows, waterways, riparian areas and upland grasslands. Easily accessible and surrounded by towering mountains with close proximity to world-class skiing, the Grizzly Ranch is a one-of-a-kind offering. $24,950,000. MLS #137591. Property ID: 46413

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The Elk River Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


Where the rugged West meets world-class luxury. Sitting in the private Elk River Valley, this unmatched offering boasts 800+ pristine acres and two full miles of the beautiful Elk River. Enjoy two elegant luxury homes, an authentic saloon and multiple outbuildings reminiscent of the Old West. This historic working ranch 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. It is the perfect gathering place with a convenient location near private and commercial jet access. With abundant water rights, privacy and activities, you will be reminded why this ranch is truly one of Colorado’s finest. $24,250,000. May also be divided and purchased in several different configurations. Property ID: 44139

The River Ranch at Round Mountain Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


Bounded by the Routt National Forest, The River Ranch affords 2.5 miles of riverbank access along the legendary Elk River and 1,267± acres of pasture and forested wilderness. From The River House with 7,575 livable square feet to the indoor equestrian center, the ranch is a masterwork. This paradise also offers a .75-mile sight-fishing stream, spring-fed lake and abundant wildlife—just 12 miles from Steamboat Springs. Irrigated meadows and meticulous ranch and livestock facilities support cattle and haying operations. Guest homes and cabins provide private and comfortable accommodations. With paved-road access and proximity to jet-capable airports, The River Ranch is opportune for the discerning investor. $23,750,000. $11,750,000 for the ranch property only, excluding the 140-acre River House property. Property ID: 41979

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Oregon Coast Equestrian Estate Oregon v Curry County v Gold Beach


This is a dream 82±-acre equestrian estate on the Oregon Coast: beautiful, custom 3,967-square-foot, lodge-style home built of the finest natural materials, handcrafted to capture majestic views in an ambiance of comfort and grandeur! There are two barns, three additional outbuildings, fencing/crossfencing, riding trails and beach access. It’s all here! $1,850,000. Property ID: 45837

Exceptional West View Farm! Oregon v Jackson County v Jacksonville


This exceptional, 3,180-square-foot home has a large main-level master with many windows, open floor plan, spacious office, great kitchen with breakfast nook, den, formal dining room, two bedrooms plus bonus room. There is a threecar garage and an easy-access shop with large

100-Acre Horse Facility! Oregon v Josephine County v Williams


This horse facility on 100 beautiful sloping acres has 86.3 irrigated acres, roping arena, newer eight-stall barn, two creeks and a large pond. The home has been upgraded and is quite charming. $1,350,000. Property ID: 46425

entry doors from the garage or off the laundry

328-Acre Jackson County Ranch

room. The property has 3.88 irrigated acres, several pastures and a horse barn with matted

Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point

stalls, tack room, feed room, hot and cold water, power and 220 square feet. There are nice-sized turnouts off the barn. There is great footing in the 70x140 arena with sprinkler system for dust control, a 50-foot round pen, training bridge and a pond. $675,000. Property ID: 46135

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A self-contained ranch of 328 acres, this scenic creekfront property has two homes and water rights dated 1865 for 100 acres of pasture. It currently runs 65 cows. The ranch features an indoor arena and two feed barns, one with covered working cattle equipment. $1,350,000. Property ID: 11081


This fantastic equestrian facility has multiple dwellings with potential for two spectacular additional homesites on 362.70 acres. There

Professionally Designed Equestrian Facility Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point

are 220 acres of irrigated ground. A wine grape study shows 180 potential vineyard acres. There is an engineered drainage system, covered arena with attached viewing area and multiple wash rack tack and fitting facility, vet barn with two stalls and all the amenities, as well as 26 shed-row stalls, all with runs! $3,900,000. Property ID: 10753

Exquisite Home With Valley Views Oregon v Jackson County v Medford


Enjoy a private resort on this 20+-acre property with a gated and paved driveway to the exquisite home with fabulous views. There is irrigated rolling pastures and a brand-new, custom, sixstall barn with tack and feed rooms, grooming /wash station and plenty of hay storage. There is a new sand arena, RV parking with hookups plus a barn for RV and shop, as well as an inground heated pool, waterfall, tennis court and koi pond. $1,300,000. Property ID: 44166

Complete Equestrian Facility


Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point

This 34-acre equestrian facility has indoor and outdoor arenas, viewing box, office, full bath and beautiful valley views. There are 25 matted stalls, runs, tack and feed rooms, wash rack and 10 grooming stations. There is a barn with several stalls and runs along with hay barns, several turnout pastures and an older manufactured home. The adjoining property is also for sale. $750,000. Property ID: 45346

Mini-Farm in Prime Location


Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point

This mini-farm on 33.06 acres has 15 irrigated acres. The shop and horse barn are new in 2007. There has been substantial investment in an irrigation system. A second septic and homesite have been developed and a second well has been drilled, which can go artesian. $680,000. Property ID: 46176

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Be at the Top Colorado v Garfield County v Garfield

2,000-Acre Auction Oklahoma v Blaine County v Okeene


This property runs a crop/cattle operation with good water. This is a two-day absolute auction for land, equipment, trucks and more March 17, 2014, Okeene, Oklahoma. Visit for details. #35096-20000


This 2,260-acre inholding on the Flat Tops above Glenwood Canyon is one hour from Vail and Beaver Creek. About half treed in majestic stands of aspen, spruce and Douglas fir along with scenic mountain meadows. There is a hunter’s cabin

Central Montana Ranch

and a yurt. Water rights are included. $9,950,000. #05044-22601

Montana v Fergus County v Lewistown


These 1,191 acres have two homes, a 4,000-square-foot heated shop, corrals, sheds and outbuildings. There are 375 acres under pivot irrigation plus dry land farming. Enjoy miles of creek frontage and buffalo jump artifacts. $3,850,000. #25065-66444

World-Class Facility Oklahoma v Love County v Overbrook

Productive Farm Idaho v Idaho County v Kamiah


The 345-acre Hickory Creek Ranch can accommodate up to 200 head and is set up for breeding, training, showing and sales. Round pens, outdoor and indoor arenas, barns, corrals and more. There are nine ponds, fencing and cross fencing, a 10,000-square-foot main home and a manager’s home. $4,950,000. #35077-10544


These 233 acres have 214.64 acres in cropland, hay and grain production. There is a five-bedroom, three-bath home, barn, outbuildings and grain storage. Yearround and seasonal ponds. Borders state land. $824,000. #91015-30313

Luxury Missouri Ranch Missouri v Howell County v West Plains

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These 980 fenced and cross-fenced acres have lush pasture with piped water, large lake, two springs and six ponds. A 6,839-square-foot home highlights this property with five bedrooms, six baths, pool and pool house, security system and much more. There are two additional homes and barns. $4,399,000. #24084-44930

The Historic Blue Hole Texas v Angelina County v Zavalla

Working Cattle Ranch


These 1,630 acres feature a 12-acre rock quarry “hole” surrounded by natural forest. They border Neches River and have open shooting

Colorado v Mesa County v Mesa

lanes, secluded areas to build a cabin and some marketable timber.


These 1,532 acres have 400 irrigated in alfalfa and brome and produce

$5,326,200. #42234-00019

10,000, 60-pound bales of hay. There are 2,300 acre feet of adjudicated water rights, six homes, outbuildings and hunting cabins. Possible 1031 exchange. $10,500,000. #05023-13010

Golf and Equestrian Property


Colorado v Douglas County v Parker

These 154 adjoining acres lie within a private gated golf community 40 minutes from Denver International Airport. Enjoy panoramic views of the Front Range. Decreed underground water rights, as well as an active

Unbelievable Water Rights

well and water tap. $2,950,000. #05095-13024

Colorado v Prowers County v Lamar


These 367+ acres have 360 shares of the Granada Ditch and 70 shares of LAWMA. It is subject to crop share lease. There is a home, several outbuildings, machine sheds and new insulated shop – all in excellent condition. $7,000,000. #05063-13066

On Casper Mountain Wyoming v Natrona County v Casper


These 456 Wyoming acres border 30,000 acres of public lands for your enjoyment. Enjoy mature forest and wide-open spaces. Deer, elk, bear and more reside in the area. Possible owner financing. $599,000. #49044-55556

The Sawmill Ranch This 447-acre recreational ranch has five lakes teeming with fish, abundant

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Colorado v Eagle County v Sweetwater

pools. It is 1.5 hours from Vail. $2,500,000. #05022-11082

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Rocky Springs Ranch is a true sportsman’s paradise with 2,995 acres of rolling meadows and blue oak woodlands, home to one of the largest migratory deer herds in the state, as well as prime habitat for dove, quail and wild turkey. To complete the well-rounded sportsman’s experience, add in frontage to more than 2.5 miles of the South Fork of Battle Creek, a productive trout fishery. All of this is only 45 minutes east of I-5 and the

Rocky Springs Ranch

ranching/farming community of Red Bluff in

California v Tehama County v Mt. Lassen Foothills

Northern California. Currently wintering around 150 pair. $3,800,000. Property ID: 13748

Foresthill Preserve Sierra Foothill Ranch California v Amador County v Fiddletown


This classic 714-acre foothill ranch with


California v Placer County v Foresthill

The Foresthill Preserve is more than a 1,046-acre sanctuary of native forests, lush riparian habitat along three miles of stream and comfortable living, all just 20 minute drive from Interstate 80

in the Sierra Foothills near Auburn. This is a place where one can hike, bike, ride ATVs, go fourrolling grass hills, wildflower-filled meadows wheeling and ride horses for miles. Maybe even train for the world-famous Tevis Cup in your own and specimen oak and pine forests is nestled canyon and trails. $3,950,000. Property ID: 45150 in the Sierra Nevada Foothills between San Francisco and Lake Tahoe and only one hour from Sacramento. 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. The ranch is currently running around 100 cows. This wonderful private retreat is perfect for hiking, biking, horseback riding and gardening. $3,300,000. Property ID: 14042

Coastal Organic Farm and Retreat California v Mendocino County v Point Arena


Oz Farm and Retreat is comprised of 341± acres hidden in a private valley along the Garcia River, less than three miles from the scenic and majestic Mendocino Coast and 130 miles north of San

Terry Hundemer or Ham Bryan Ranches, Lakes, Rivers/Broker

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Francisco. Flanked by towering redwood forests, the lush valley floor is home to certified-organic farming fields as well as an orchard of 55 different varieties of antique and heirloom apples. Rustic accommodations include a community house, barn and nine cabins. Completely off-thegrid, Oz Farm and Retreat is a place to come enjoy farm to table living in a tranquil setting in nature at its finest. $3,300,000. Property ID: 46535

Rancho Rio Cucharas Historical Stage Coach Ranch Colorado v Park County v Bailey


Within one hour west of Denver and nestled in the pines of Park County at 8,000± feet, this 165-acre ranch offers easy access to Highway 285, several

Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta


This 1,140±-acre southern Colorado working cattle ranch on the Cuchara River offers fine river bottom and irrigated lands to piñon- and cedar-covered hillsides. A full set of working ranch facilities highlights this successful operation. $3,290,000. Broker: Paul Machmuller. Property ID: 44416

residences, a restored barn and an affiliated entity that runs corporate and private events. $6,000,000. Broker: Bob Leino. Property ID: 45200

Wind River Mountains Guest Ranch Wyoming v Fremont County v Lander

Deep Lake Canyon Ranch Wyoming v Park County v Cody


This is a rare opportunity to own 101± acres of gated privacy inside the


This authentic mountain guest ranch is by Shoshone National Forest and accesses 100,000+ acres of the Wind River Mountains. It features numerous cabins and is offered as a turn-key operation. $1,275,000. Listed by FWRE of Wyoming. Susan Pokorny and Timmery Hellyer. Property ID: 44415

2.5-million-acre Shoshone National Forest. This forest inholding offers nearly a mile of Littlerock Creek, 35± miles northwest of Cody. Completely fenced, the property offers great hunting and fishing. $1,500,000. Listed by FWRE of Wyoming. Jack Kavanaugh. Property ID: 41968

Sybille Creek Wildlife Ranch Wyoming v Platte County v Wheatland

Arapahoe Area Hay Farm Wyoming v Fremont County v Riverton


This versatile hay farm produces quality alfalfa for export; maintains a year-round cow/calf operation and a feedlot. The operation comprises 420 acres of cropland, 495 acres of irrigated pasture with the balance in improvements and feedlot. $1,250,000. Listed by FWRE of Wyoming. Susan Pokorny and Timmery Hellyer. Property ID: 45707 ®


On Sybille Creek, 25 miles southwest of Wheatland, there is .75± mile of Sybille Creek flowing through these 400± acres. Wild turkey and deer are abundant on the property with the occasional elk. Irrigation rights with

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Rossovich Ranch California v Contra Costa County v Danville

Eastman Lake Front California v Shasta County v Fall River Mills


This lakefront property on Eastman Lake has a magnificent home with qualThis hilltop rancher has spectacular views of the Tassajara Valley and ity construction, huge great room with high windows, wraparound deck, consists of 23+ fenced and cross-fenced acres. A high-producing water gourmet kitchen with Dacor cooktop island, native river rock fireplace, pri-


well and a catch pond add to the value. The property has numerous vate boat ramp and dock and an oversized garage. The home and grounds beautiful oaks; some could possibly be 100 years old. The main horse are designed for handicap access. The Lava Springs-fed lake hosts large native barn is a breezeway barn with five foaling/stallion stalls, a tack room

rainbow trout that can be caught from the back deck. Property ID: 45888

and storage. The overhead hay/storage loft completes the horse barn. The single-story rancher home with panoramic views has four large bedrooms, two and a half baths and a master suite with large mirrored closets and a dressing area. There is a formal dining room, living room and family room off the eat-in kitchen. This property may have subdivision potential in the future. Property ID: 70429

Crystal Image Farms California v Alameda County v Sunol


On 7+ acres in beautiful Sunol Valley, Crystal Image Farms is a quality, full-care, private hunter-jumper training facility in the San Francisco Bay area. Enjoy a lighted covered arena, all-weather open arena, tack room,

Income-Producing Alfalfa Ranch


two residences, hay storage, wash racks, breezeway barns and shaving storage. Call for a private showing. Property ID: 44215

California v Siskiyou County v Dorris

Yates Ranch, a great alfalfa ranch located in Northern California a total of 4,770 acres; 402± acres of pasture grazing land, 658± acres of dryland farming and 486± acres of pivot-irrigated alfalfa total 1,546± acres of farmable land. There are two 1,000-ton hay storage barns. This is a chance of a lifetime to own a unique ranch that offers a country lifestyle, cattle raising, alfalfa, grain crops and abundant wildlife. Seller financing to qualified buyer. Check out Property ID: 72824

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Life on the Fall River

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Beautiful home with boat dock, picnic area and fishing walkways, all on 8 acres with 500'+ of frontage on the bank of this world-class trophy trout fishing stream. Kitchen/family room with Wolf gas 6-burner range and cozy wood stove. Formal dining/Living room has a fireplace. Nice sun room along the back of home, opening to huge deck overlooking

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way of life. This section of the River is open to fly fishing, artificial lures, to meet every fisherman’s desires. $799,000. Property ID: 44992

Trails End Ranch


Montana v Madison County v Pony

This 1,927±-acre ranch borders national forest and offers a 4,320-square-foot, classic Western home. The Trails End Ranch, 50 miles west of Bozeman, is tucked into the base of the beautiful and rugged Tobacco Root Mountains near the charming town of Pony. The ranch is an efficient and self-contained agricultural operation with abundant wild game, water resources, trout fishing and upland bird hunting combined in an extremely desirable location. The incredibly diverse topography ranges from lush creek bottoms and lowland meadows to level irrigated hayfields and foothills merging into timbered mountains. Trails End is a perfectly blocked ranch that borders USFS and BLM lands for three miles with elevations from 5,500 to 6,350 feet. This diversity provides for excellent hunting and recreational opportunities. Improvements include a 6,050-square-foot log horse barn with office and seven stalls; 4,600-square-foot, four-bay equipment shop; private fishing lake stocked with westslope cut throat trout; 115 acres under pivot along with flood irrigation systems; a 2,800-foot airstrip with 3,600-square-foot hangar; 650-square-foot pilot’s cabin near hangar and airstrip; hunting cabin; historic barns and schoolhouse; and a shooting range. $7,750,000.

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Mount Shavano Ranch


Colorado v Chaffee County v Salida

These 191+ irrigated acres lie in the shadow of 14,000-foot mountain peaks. With extensive water rights, a large pond, irrigation ditch and three wells, this picturesque property is ready for horses. There is a 5,040-square-foot barn and new fencing and corrals. Whether you are out on the property or in the 1,792-squarefoot






mountain views. Being minutes from national forest allows for nearly unlimited recreational pursuits from horseback riding to climbing one of those mountain peaks or fishing the prime waters of the Arkansas River. $2,390,000.

Shurbet Ranch Colorado v Chaffee County v Salida


This 70+-acre ranch lies in Salida, Colorado. Senior water rights, center pivots and side-roll irrigation provide excellent hay production. The 3,971-square-foot custom home has high-end finishes, four bedrooms and three baths. There is an attached garage and large detached workshop. There is a large barn, stalls and hay storage plus covered parking for implements. A variety of well-established trees and a pond create a parklike setting. This rare gem in the Arkansas River Valley is only minutes from downtown Salida, Colorado. Reduced to $1,550,000.

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Colorado Saguache County

These 1,760 acres lie in the fertile farmland of the San Luis Valley in Central Colorado. 120 acres are in alfalfa and the remaining 395 irrigated acres are in grain. This parcel has extensive priority water rights dating back to 1938 for six adjudicated wells. There are four pivot sprinkler systems, grain bins, a shop and a farmhouse. Enjoy big mountain views and bright blue sky from anywhere on the ranch. This is an excellent investment opportunity. $1,600,000.

1000 Peaks Ranch: 88 Acres Colorado v Park County v Fairplay


This hilltop home has staggering views of dozens of snowcapped mountain peaks. Antero Reservoir is in clear view below! The land is tree covered and magnificent. Enjoy complete privacy, yet 30 minutes to Fairplay and one hour to Breckenridge, The clean, three-bedroom, three-bath home with garage is offered for sale furnished. Abundant wildlife is on site, and Colorado v Park County v Fairplay great fishing is close by. Zoning allows for livestock, up to four homes and A creek flows through this fully fenced parcel with incredible winter elk another well. The ranch is just under two hours from Denver. $299,999. habitat! Directly adjacent on two sides to the treed 25,000-acre James Mark

SJ Ranch: 204 Acres

A AB Ranch: 234 Acres

Jones State Elk Preserve, which allows hunting in season with a permit, the ranch has endless horseback riding options, but with no crowds,

Colorado v Park County v Fairplay

ever! A water well has been drilled for homes, barns and livestock and electric power is turned on and ready. The shed is clean and comfortable, with many uses. Breckenridge is under an hour away and Denver is less than two. This ranch is private, but easy to reach. $299,999.


Enjoy easy access, yet have your privacy! This gently rolling property is 40 minutes from Breckenridge, 10 minutes to Fairplay and 90 minutes to southwest Denver. At this time, there are no buildings, but the next owner can build up to a dozen homes here and drill five more wells. The stock well can be used for two homes. It backs to Nature Conservancy land, but this land is not subject to any restrictions or covenants. It is fully fenced and includes an additional 50 acres of BLM land for more pasture. It is two miles to fishing on the South Platte River, and electricity is on site, as are the winter elk. $299,999.

CV Ranch: 640 Acres Colorado v Park County v Hartsel


There is a roller coaster feeling here as hills rise and fall with a certain unique symmetry. Some hilltops are tree covered. This very remote property has level gravel roads maintained most of the way. Not much snow falls here, but the abundant sunshine and low humidity are classically alpine. There are no covenants, no conservation easement and no utilities. The ranch is 75 minutes to Breckenridge or Colorado Springs. $399,999.

Winter Hawk Ranch: 375 Acres Colorado v Park County v Guffey


Elk and deer roam through as though there is no one else around, which is indeed the case. Enjoy several small springs/ponds and tree-covered hillsides. Two homes enjoy the commanding views of high mountains in all directions. The ranch backs to state land that backs to national forest. It is just 90 minutes to Breckenridge or Colorado Springs. $899,999. Property ID: 72897

Blue Sky Ranch: 891 Acres


Colorado v Park County v Hartsel

Many 14,000-foot snowcapped peaks are in clear view. This ranch has vistas to inspire for an entire lifetime. The five-bedroom home sits up high in the trees overlooking the protected pasture below. Additional homes can be built with the same stunning setting. State land next door allows you to ride to the big fishing lake seen below. Breckenridge is an hour away. There is nothing like this for the price! $899,999. Property ID: 72894

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Ollimac Land and Cattle Wyoming v Goshen County v Torrington


One of the most productive farms lies in the North Platte Valley, known as the “Banana Belt” of Wyoming. Just four miles from Torrington, the ranch has

Lyman Farm

seven center pivots, including three corner systems, four homes, a feedlot, Nebraska v Scotts Bluff County v Lyman grain storage, equipment sheds, good water rights and soils and a total of This 452-acre property with 382 acres Gering/Fort Laramie water is a 1,775 acres with 855 under pivot and 800 in dry pasture. $5,471,000.


combination irrigated farm with sub-irrigated pasture and dry pasture. It would be ideal purebred operation or as a row crop farm. There is a new home and an older home and excellent soils. This would facilitate two full center pivots and a full line of livestock improvements. There is county road frontage. Motivated seller. $1,250,000.

Riverland Wyoming v Goshen County v Lingle


This river property has 285 acres with 1.25 miles of North Platte River Frontage. It has the goose refuge on it. There is abundant wildlife. Enjoy some of the best waterfowl hunting in the area, as well as tree-covered meadows. 1.5 miles from Lingle, Wyoming. Broker owned. $800,000

Lightning Creek Ranch Wyoming v Niobrara County v Lance Creek


The picturesque Lightning Creek Ranch consists of rolling to choppy

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hills, with rock outcroppings, fertile creek bottoms and vistas. Lightning Creek meanders through the middle of the ranch. There are water gaps going down to Twenty Mile Creek. There is lots of pipeline with a supply tank and drinking tanks and numerous reservoirs and springs. $3,900,000.

Stirrup Bar Ranch


Colorado v Montrose County v Maher

These 3,959± beautiful and pristine acres possess all the key components desired in a well-established agricultural/livestock operation, as well as the exceptional making of a truly awesome recreational retreat. Historically run as a 500-pair livestock operation, the ranch has 1,150± acres irrigated and in hay with annual hay production averaging 3,000 tons per year. A BLM and national forest livestock permit are included and these permits are adjacent to the deeded land. This is a true recreational paradise with exceptional trophy-class hunting for elk, deer, bear, mountain lion, turkeys along with excellent trout fishing via two year-round creeks. $13,900,000. Property ID: 46236

Exceptionally Private and Secluded Colorado v Mesa County v Glade Park

Wildlife Retreat Colorado v Delta County v Cedaredge


These 275± beautiful and pristine mountain acres





gorgeous stands of ponderosa pines and aspens; varying topography with elevations from 9,000 to 9,400 feet; superb wildlife habitat with excellent elk, deer, bear and turkey hunting in Game Unit 40 (renowned for its trophy elk); and two adjudicated springs with ponds, along with several mud tanks and wallows. This exceptionally private and secluded setting with gorgeous mountain views is only 30 miles to Grand Junction and borders the Grand Mesa National Forest, which adds to this recreational haven. Seasonal access. $1,400,000. Property ID: 44920


This beautiful 1,577-acre alpine mountain ranch offers year-round access, three year-round creeks,

Brian Mason

alpine forests with aspen and spruce, mountain meadows and oaks in the lower elevations, electricity

263 Main Street • Delta, CO 81416

and borders the Grand Mesa National Forest. The ranch is in Hunt Units 411 and 52. Enjoy awesome

970 234-3167 cell 970 874-9968 office

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Idaho’s Best - Cattle - Hunting - Fishing


This Idaho cattle ranch, currently run as a cow/

Idaho v Twin Falls County v Three Creek

calf operation, features big game hunting and

blue-ribbon trout fishing with unlimited recreation right on the ranch! This is a unique opportunity for recreation and cash flow. The cowboy-friendly facilities include a beautiful ranch home (with high-speed Internet access), guest home, manager’s home, outstanding equestrian facility, equipment shop, an extensive set of metal corrals and hydraulic cattle working equipment. This operation includes 9,866± deeded acres, plus BLM and state leases in a region that has some of the finest cattle country in the state. (The present management is available to run the ranch if desired.) This ranch can be certified organic. The ranch is within an hour’s drive to Jackpot, Nevada (casinos, live entertainment, hotels) and an hour’s drive to Twin Falls, Idaho, the regional hub, boasting numerous retail outlets, state-of-the-art new medical facilities, a mid-sized airport and is approximately a 2.5hour drive to world-famous Sun Valley. This ranch offers every desirable feature of a trophy property, including authentic Old West cattle ranching, accessibility and privacy, irrigated meadows, senior water rights, cash-flow, limitless adventure and recreation. $10,500,000. Property ID: 45783

Scenic Ranch with River Frontage Idaho v Custer County v Stanley


A river runs through it! This is a nice scenic ranch with views of the Sawtooth Mountains with 1.25 miles of Salmon River running through the property. Several high country lakes within a

Horse Boarding/Cattle/Hay

10 mile radius of the property. Many recreational opportunities out your back door, including fishing, hunting, horseback trail riding and mountain biking, etc. $3,377,000.

Idaho v Blaine County v Bellevue


This nice operating cattle/hay ranch has a horse farm and development potential. This ranch is

Farm/Recreational Property

remote enough for peace, quiet and quality of

Idaho v Blaine County v Carey

life, yet only 30 minutes to world-famous Sun


This nice 652±-deeded-acre farm/recreational Valley! This ranch consists of 690± deeded property is irrigated with pivots and wheel acres, good water rights, access to thousands of lines and features a 4,600-square-foot home, miles of BLM and forest service lands, springs 4,685-square-foot shop/garage and a second and good-quality improvements. $6,500,000. home. $3,375,000. Property ID: 45805 Property ID: 72973

Farm/Cattle Ranch with Quality Improvements Idaho v Lincoln County

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These 920± deeded acres feature an elegant Western-style ranch home, guesthouse and caretaker’s home, equestrian facility, shop and entertainment pavilion. Approximately 31± acres are irrigated, good hunting and

recreational riding trails, only 45 minutes to Sun Valley! $2,295,000. Property ID: 72972


Available for the first time in 50 years, this 5,665± deeded acres is the largest privately held block of land in the renowned Bridger Canyon. Bridger Creek provides private trout waters, and the magnificent Bridger Mountains have a resident elk herd numbering in the hundreds. The Ranch borders Bridger Bowl Ski

Lazy J Ranch

Resort and about 3.5 miles of Gallatin National Forest. Current zoning allows one residence

Montana v Gallatin County v Bozeman

per 40 acres, creating an ideal candidate for a

conservation-minded buyer. This zoning designation also provides for strategic and tasteful development. $40,000,000. Property ID: 43854


The 2,964± deeded acres of Three Peaks Ranch provide an attractive annual return, setting itself apart from many of the executive ranch offerings in today’s market. Under current management,





generated an annual average revenue of between $250,000 and $300,000 exclusive of

Three Peaks Ranch Montana v Park County v Livingston

depreciable assets. Complete with custom home, world-class fishing and recreation, Three Peaks Ranch is an efficient, self-contained executive ranch that offers serenity and solitude in a premier Rocky Mountain locale. Co-listed with The Land Brokers. $20,500,000. Property ID: 44133


Offered at under $820 per deeded acre, the 5,870± acres bordering national forest stretch from the foothills of the eastern Deer Lodge Valley to the mountainous Continental Divide. The property

O’Donnell Mountain Meadows Montana v Deer Lodge & Powell Counties v Deer Lodge

consists of varied terrain, including abundant grass resources offering productive grazing, and numerous mountain streams providing consistent water sources for wildlife and livestock. A calving

ground for elk in the spring, the property has endless wildlife viewing and hunting opportunities. $4,800,000. Property ID: 44891


The 950± deeded-acre ranch offers an attractive compound with a private tennis court and good facilities for horses or cattle. A trail network provides miles of riding for the

Siesta Ranch

equestrian enthusiasts. 400± acres of dryland farm ground produce consistent yields, and the ranch supports a small cattle operation

Montana v Gallatin County v Belgrade

that utilizes the native grass pastures. One mile of Dry Creek provides small-stream trout fishing and an ideal habitat for wildlife. This productive and easy-to-manage operation is minutes from Belgrade and Bozeman. $3,850,000. Property ID: 45592

Belfry Farm Montana v Carbon County v Belfry


On the banks of the Clark’s Fork of the Yellowstone River in south central Montana, this 627± acre irrigated farm has generated consistent yields and solid returns. With solid water rights and a good soil profile, Belfry Farm generates approximately $108,000 annually, providing an attractive and diverse income stream generated by a strong farming component, fall livestock grazing and rental income from two homes. $3,000,000. Property ID: 44890

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Beautiful Views and Wildlife! California v Calaveras County v Valley Springs


Seller is highly motivated and all offers will be considered! These 1,354Âą beautiful acres lie east of Hogan Dam. This ranch borders BLM land and runs over two miles north and south along a very accessible valley. The three-bedroom, three-bath home was built in 2006 and has only been used as a retreat by the owner. It features solar power and a generator backup. Improvements include a dog kennel/run, bunkhouse (sleeps 20), storage shed, horse stalls and equipment storage. Wild turkeys, deer, turtles and quail call the ranch home! Enjoy year-round springs with Indian grinding holes and ponds. Sale includes excavator and more. Seller is willing to take partial land as trade with purchase.

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Basin Ranch California v Monterey County v Greenfield


West of Greenfield, Basin Ranch is a stunning, 5,132±-acre ranch off Carmel Valley Road surrounded by agricultural and hunting ground. Improved with a residence, hunting cabin, outbuildings and cross and perimeter fencing, Basin Ranch is under a Williamson Act contract and comprised of 19 certificated parcels. Offering abundant water provided by creeks, spring and two wells, it presents excellent opportunities for grazing land, recreation and an outdoorsman’s paradise. $11,500,000. Property ID: 44748

HZ Farms California v San Luis Obispo County v Bradley


Comprising 466± acres, HZ Farms is situated in the rural community of Bradley, California. The rolling terrain is ideal for row crops, vineyard development and/or grazing land. A 200± gpm well supplies abundant water distributed through irrigation lines. This turn-key operation is improved with a main home, caretaker’s quarters, barns, numerous outbuildings




Property ID: 43621

Renegade Ranch California v Monterey County v King City


Historically utilized for cattle grazing carrying 125-150 cows, the 3,410±-acre Renegade Ranch consists of open valleys bordered by hillsides dotted with oaks and pine trees and potential for 100± acres of vines. Improvements include two farmhouses, shop, working corrals, storage shed, perimeter and cross fencing and access roads throughout the ranch. This beautiful grazing, hunting and recreational ranch is well watered by a seasonal spring and numerous wells for livestock, wildlife and domestic use. Wildlife includes deer, wild pig, coyote, bobcat, quail and dove. This fine ranch is very accessible and offers privacy and numerous recreational opportunities. $4,900,000. Property ID: 44760


The scenic Parkfield Vineyard encompasses 209± acres and is situated in Parkfield, California within southern Monterey County. This property is comprised of a 168±-acre vineyard planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Zinfandel and Syrah and 41± acres of undeveloped land which could be utilized to expand the existing vineyard. Water is supplied via one irrigation well producing 1,600 gpm. $6,100,000. Property ID: 45762

Parkfield Vineyard California v Monterey County v Parkfield

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Encompassing 50,000 contiguous acres (13,400

Flying Buffalo Ranch

deeded & 37,000 private USFS Allotment) Flying Buffalo Ranch is one of the most desirable

Oregon v Morrow County v Heppner

grass ranches in Eastern Oregon. Based at the foot of the Blue Mountains, this ranch provides excellent spring and intermediate grazing, and high mountain-timbered summer pasture. The deeded land is fenced into 7 pastures with good stock water supplied by several streams and 30 ponds. Considering varying weather conditions, the ranch generally produces between 5000 and 6000 AUMs annually. The improvements include two homes, large enclosed hay barn, shop, calving barn and nice set of corrals with 30,000# shipping scales. Great habitat for elk, deer, chukar & pheasants. Only 11 miles from Heppner. $7,150,000.


This is an absolute bargain! Own this masterfully built, 4,400-square-foot home on 818 scenic acres at the foot of the Blue Mountains. Just outside the quaint town of Unity, enjoy the ownership of this exceptional landholding and home a motivated seller is offering. Part of the 818 acres includes 100± acres of irrigated and sub-irrigated acres of hay meadows and pastureland with water rights from the South Fork of the Burnt River. This distinctive custom home has five bedrooms,

South Fork Ranch Oregon v Baker County v Unity

four and one-half baths, kitchen, living room, family room, game room and attached two-car garage. From the home, you have stunning views of hay meadows, Whited Reservoir and the Blue Mountains. $899,000.

Cottonwood Creek Ranch Oregon v Harney County v Drewsey


Rated at 500 animal units year long, this wellmaintained beef cattle operation is comprised of 4,100 deeded acres, a private BLM grazing allotment of about 20,000 acres providing 1,935 AUMs and 1,840 acres private lease. Of the deeded land, there are 450 acres of irrigated cropland and pastureland. The ranch is presently a commercial beef cattle operation, but has all the components and

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improvements for a registered cattle ranch. At the heart of this productive high mountain desert ranch is a spring producing a constant flow of 2,500± gallons per minute, filling a 20-acre lake and overflowing into a 2-acre lake. The constant overflow is used for irrigation.

1270 Hillcrest Drive • Vale, OR 97918

This flow, combined with water rights from two artesian wells and from Cottonwood

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An attractive owner’s home, two additional homes, outbuildings, top-notch cattle working facilities, shipping corrals with 60,000-pound scales and feedlot are signatures of pride of ownership and management. The Cottonwood Creek Ranch represents one of the finest acquisition opportunities in the Northwest. $5,285,000.

Oak Creek Retreat Wyoming v Crook County v Aladdin



Oudin Hill Retreat

Thorn Divide Retreat

Wyoming v Crook Co. v Sundance

Wyoming v Crook County v Carlile


This impressive 186-acre Black Hills property This scenic northeastern Wyoming property lies Enjoy the scenic Black Hills setting on the way has a one-of-a-kind home that combines maxi- on the road to Devils Tower. These 451 acres on to Devils Tower. These 99 acres feature a custom mum efficiency with detailed elegance. From the Oudin Hill are adjacent to Highway 14 with good

home tucked into a pine alcove that provides

time you enter this one-level home, you will feel year-round access. This rugged, picturesque natural privacy. It includes about 32 acres of hay the grand sense of spoiled luxury you’ve always landscape offers terrific views of Devils Tower, meadows with the balance in native pasture and a deserved. It has an inviting atmosphere and an the Missouri Buttes and surrounding Black

timbered canyon with an intermittent creek. The

open floor plan designed for entertaining guests. Hills. The diverse terrain offers secluded draws, spacious 3,100-square-foot home was designed Many custom features include a deluxe kitchen, open parks, wooded hills with pine and bur for entertaining and includes three bedrooms custom cabinetry, solid Caesar stone counter- oak, high plateaus with long-range views and and 2.5 baths. Granite countertops, hardwood tops, spacious master suite, spa tub, fireplace, steep slopes with rimrock outcroppings. A good floors, stone fireplace, formal dining room, office hardwood flooring, French doors and a wrap- trail system runs through the property. There with sitting area, four-season enclosed sunroom around covered porch. It includes a guesthouse, are several reservoirs and a spring development and extensive decking complete the package, as horse barn, shop and outdoor riding arena. This piped into a tank for livestock water. With its well as an attached two-car garage, 24x31 pole handsome country estate is an exceptional find central location, paved highway access and barn and 30x70 shop with cement floor. Enjoy that combines picturesque surroundings, a dis- incredible scenery, this Black Hills setting quality and comfort throughout! $710,000. tinctive home for lavish living and a great set of is ideally situated for a year-round place or outbuildings. $1,387,000.

recreational hideaway. $815,000.

Baker Canyon Ranch

South Fork Acreage Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance

Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance


These 352 acres lie in beautiful surroundings west of Sundance. It’s in the hilly country overlooking the Inyan Kara Creek Valley with year-round access. The picturesque scene


combines rough timbered country, high This 280-acre backcountry property sits on the plateaus with wide vistas and open meadows. A prominent canyon runs through the middle of the property with interesting rimrock formations

western side of the Bear Lodge Mountains. It lies in a secluded setting on the South Fork of Miller

along the canyon walls. The brushy draws plus pine and cedar covered hills offer good wildlife Creek with gorgeous scenery and great wildlife cover. The draws open to hidden meadows with numerous building sites to choose from. Enjoy a habitat for elk, deer and turkey. Hills with pine, scenic western landscape with private seclusion and year round access. $620,000.

aspen and bur oak trees surround a hidden valley


where the creek meanders through the meadow.

This picturesque 46-acre retreat has live water! This awesome setting in the western Black Hills has direct access to state land, and Sweetwater Creek meanders through the property with a beautiful home

Sweetwater Creek Home

It is close to Black Hills National Forest access

Wyoming v Weston County v Newcastle

in all seasons. This is an excellent property for a

tucked in the forest above the creek. From the mo-

where a vast amount of public land can be enjoyed summer cabin or hunting camp. $686,000.

ment you enter this custom, three-bedroom, twobath home, the incredible amenities will wow you. With soaring open beam ceilings, natural cast-stone fireplace, spacious rooms, wood accents, covered porch and large windows offering woodland views, you are greeted with the warmth and relaxing char-

Jim Pederson

acter of a Western lodge. Enjoy a magnificent great room, large kitchen with knotty alder cabinets, sunny

505 W. Main Street • Newcastle, WY 82701

dining area, private master retreat, sitting area, screened-in sun room, loft and a heated two-car garage.

307 746-2083

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Sanctuary in the Pines Colorado v El Paso County v Colorado Springs


This is the property known as “The Sanctuary in the Pines”. At approximately 1,290 acres, this is the last large parcel remaining in Black Forest. It is bank owned and located in awardwinning School District 20. Platted for 389 lots ranging in size from 2.5 to 4 acres, the property has a central water system in place with a 433,000-gallon water storage tank. It is surrounded by the largest park in the El Paso County system. This is a quiet location, but only 10 minutes from major retail. $8,000,000.

Walker Road Ranch Colorado v El Paso County v Colorado Springs


This is one of the most beautiful large parcels available in El Paso County. There are 358 acres of mature trees, meadows and valleys. Substantial water rights from the KiowaBijou Basin are included. The property offers an ideal setting to build a legacy ranch. Zoned RR-5, there are a variety of options for

The Pine Run Ranch

subdivision, retreat or a collection of homes.

Colorado v El Paso County v Elbert

to the north and forest to the south. $2,250,000.


Views include the wide-open spaces to the east, Pikes Peak to the southwest, rock formations

Pine Run Ranch is on 60 acres of pastures and forest just north of Falcon on the southeast edge of the Black Forest. There are multiple barns, residences and an indoor arena. With Pikes Peak as a backdrop to the west, the property has two

Edwards Ranch

main barns with multiple stalls, an indoor arena and six homes. Ponderosa pines, natural grasses, sedges and rushes abound while rolling hills and

J Franceville Coal Mine Ranch J

pond complete the setting. Due to the natural,

Colorado v El Paso County v Colorado Springs

Just 2.5 miles from Schriever, the land offers huge views of Pikes Peak and the mountains. The 640

scenic, agricultural and open space values, a acres are well fenced with four pastures. Surrounded by state land, there are multiple leases on the conservation easement is in place. Improvements property. Chico Creek runs through the property, creating varied terrain on the southwest side. The are allowed with some limitation. $899,000.

well on the property is from the Pierre Shale Aquifer and is solar powered. $990,000. Just seven miles outside of Colorado Springs, this property, zoned RR5, is a combination of five parcels totaling nearly 400 acres. The property has two homes, several agricultural support buildings, a grain

Colorado v El Paso Co. v Colorado Springs

storage facility, corrals, mobile homes and several animal feed and storage buildings previously used in a hog operation. Most of the buildings are near the northeastern part of the property, so there is plenty of open space. The main house is in rough condition, but accessible. Any water rights covey. $495,000.


This equestrian facility on 18.9 acres has 35 stalls, an arena and corrals. It currently operates as a horse boarding and event facility. The three barns can accommodate up to approximately 12 horses each. There are multiple loafing sheds, four outbuildings

Sue Myers 215 W. Rockrimmon Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80919

719 209-0364

Wild West Stables Colorado v Pueblo Co. v Pueblo West

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is great for equestrian events. Also on the property is a caretaker’s house with vaulted ceilings, three bedrooms and two baths. Part

is currently rented to a school with its own modular buildings. Zoned commercial. This • property has lots of potential. $450,000.


for hay storage and an outdoor arena, which

Pettyjohn Ranch

California v Tehama County v Red Bluff


The 16,000-acre Pettyjohn Ranch is west of Red Bluff, California and surrounded by privately owned lands. Owned by one family for over 50 years, it represents what a distinctive cattle and hunting ranch should look like. Blue oaks dot the hilly countryside from meadows to steep wooded valleys where the trophy blacktail deer hide. Water is the lifeblood of any ranch and can be found everywhere on the Pettyjohn. There are many reservoirs, springs and seasonal streams. Cottonwood Creek runs for five miles through the ranch, as does Cold Fork Creek for several miles. Both run year-round. You can ride and hike these valleys for days of endless fun. On a seasonal basis, the Pettyjohn Ranch will feed 800+ pair (a cow and calf). In addition, the ranch supports many and various kinds of game for the sportsman. There are numerous black bear, wild hogs, mountain lions and large trophy-size blacktail deer sought by many hunters. There are two seasonal wild turkey hunts. And, because of all the ranch water, quail and dove are found in abundance. Bass can be caught anytime in the large reservoirs. There aren’t very many ranches like the Pettyjohn. Asking price $16,000,000.

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Sparks Nebraska Land & Cattle, LLC Nebraska v Brown County v Johnstown


The Sparks Nebraska Land & Cattle, LLC on Fairfield Creek is located 14 miles north of Johnstown, Nebraska in Brown County on the Norden Road. The Niobrara River is only two miles north of the ranch. The Nature Conservancy borders the ranch on the north and east. The total deeded acreage is 3,397±. The ranch is tree covered with large to rolling hills. Ponderosa, juniper, eastern red cedar, oak and ash trees are predominate. Fairfield Canyon runs through

Ranches – Farms – Hunting & Fishing Properties 5.5 miles of the ranch and is a steep, wooded canyon with trout fishing on the canyon floor. The water in Fairfield Creek is 55° year round. There is a new propane-powered well, three 5880 Lowell Blvd., Suite T6 Denver, CO 80221 windmills, 30 eleven foot stock tanks and a new 20-acre three tower center-pivot. The ranch


303 809-4939 phone 303 880-3166 cell

runs 125 cattle in the grass growing season. The cattle operations, beautiful new lodge, bird

Price: $3,500 per acre. For a color brochure and maps, please call 303 880-3166.

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hunting and trout fishing make this wild and remote property a “one of a kind” in North America.


Live the vacation lifestyle in this spectacular lakefront custom home! Located on the troutfilled Gurley Lake near Telluride, the property is in the center of the best skiing, fly-fishing, wildlife and exploring in southwest Colorado. Picture postcard views of the surrounding Gurley Lake, Lone Cone Mountain and the San Juan Mountain Range from every window. The lakefront lodge on 7 acres features a mountain stone fireplace, two spacious living rooms, deck and patio. The five-bedroom, four-bath house is quiet, well situated in a serene setting and is low maintenance. One of the best recreational properties in Southwest Colorado, this

Mountain Lakefront Home

property offers 655 acres of common open space, 27 miles of private riding, hiking and ski trails, abundant wildlife and close national forest access. The vibrant Western ranching town

Colorado San Miguel County v Wright’s Mesa

of Norwood is only minutes away and the historical town of Telluride is under an hour’s drive along the scenic, trout-filled San Miguel River. $679,000. Property ID: 45881


This rustic log cabin, with all the modern conveniences, sits on 105 very private acres. Fabulous mountain and plateau views peek out from the lush trees on the property, and the water flowing in the draw enhances the peaceful seclusion this ranch offers.  En-

Lawrence Ranch Colorado v San Miguel County v Wright’s Mesa

joy endless riding trails on your own property or just down the road in the Uncompahgre National Forest. The 1,600+-square-foot, twobedroom log house has a barn with heated

shop. This year-round paradise offers fishing, camping, biking, rafting, hiking, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing at your doorstep. Norwood, the spirited center of Wright’s Mesa, is only minutes away for shopping, dining and services. The world-class resort of Telluride is less than a one-hour scenic drive. $515,000. Property ID: 42744


Sunset House is an environmentally conscious, custom-built solar adobe home and art studio on 35 private acres in Southwestern Colorado, situated between high alpine and high desert environments. The 2,400-square-foot main house has three bedrooms, two baths and an office. The open and sundrenched 700-square-foot art studio sits close to the main house. The 35-acre property offers views that go forever, with fabulous sunsets over the La Sal Mountains in Utah’s canyonlands. Private

Sunset House

A Solar Adobe Home Colorado v San Miguel Co. v Wright’s Mesa

and serene, the house and separate studio make a perfect home and/or retreat. Mature gardens and landscaping, lovely light, long sunsets and pristine surroundings make this a special property, which has been featured in several publications. Eagles, elk, deer and abundant wildlife are an integral part of this pinion and juniper ecosystem at 7,000 feet in the San Juan Mountains. Minutes to the historic ranching town of Norwood, 40 minutes to the alpine resort of Telluride, and the desert canyonlands of Moab, Utah are less than two hours to the west. $485,000. Property ID: 45879

LaSal Vista Ranch Colorado v San Miguel County v Wright’s Mesa


This sun-drenched, furnished custom log home offers fabulous mountain and valley views from each window and from the oversized deck. Enjoy the spectacular sunsets over the LaSal Mountains while relaxing in this peaceful setting. Quiet, yet immediately accessible to the main highway and minutes from the vibrant Western ranching town of Norwood. Located on 20 acres, the seven water shares irrigate most of the acreage to provide year round hay for your horses. The property includes a 3,548-square-foot house with three bedrooms, office, 2.5 bathrooms, great living areas, heated two-car garage and an oversized two-tier deck. The Linda Jaekel Avery ranch is located on Wright’s Mesa, a year-round, less-discovered, resort/recreational area in 970 327-0162 phone the heart of the old west Colorado ranching community and is easily accessible to the world970 596-4791 mobile • 866 313-1392 fax class ski resort of Telluride. $522,650. Property ID: 43513 • Volume 53 Farm&Ranch West


Sportsman’s Paradise California v Shasta County


This scenic, 126-acre ranch lies in the famous Hat Creek Valley of eastern Shasta County, California. Approximately one-third mile of this famous trophy trout stream runs through the property, and the owner has done a lot of stream-bank protection for this sensitive fishery. A beautiful, custom, four-bedroom, three-bath home sits in a picturesque setting with sweeping lawns, on the bank of the creek and near the first of three ponds. Two ponds have trout and the third, a larger pond, has water grasses and a nesting island for ducks and geese that nest in the area. Grain and other crops have been planted along the creek and other locations for habitat improvement for upland game birds like quail, wild turkey, pheasant, as well as waterfowl and dove. Huge blacktail deer frequent the property. Approximately 32 acres produce grass-alfalfa hay, and many other fields could be brought into production for hay/pasture. There are good water rights from the creek for irrigation, administered by the California Department of Water Resources. Water is diverted through a system of ditches and checks for flood irrigation—no pumps or sprinkler pipes needed. This is a pristine, scenic ranch with views of tall pines and mountains. It has a large shop and older huge hay barn. This ranch certainly meets the criteria for the term “multiple use”. It could be a horse ranch or small cattle operation. At about 3,300 feet elevation, there are four full seasons with usually enough snow to be “postcard perfect”. $1,500,000.

High Country Real Estate 37311 Main St. • Burney, CA 96013

Pat Thomason, Broker/Owner Lic#00846827

530 335-2222 - 530 941-2181 cell Jill Barnett, Associate Broker/Owner Lic#01501421

530 355-9531 cell


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Sheep Creek Ranch Montana v Beaverhead County v Dell


10,000-foot granite peaks and 1,000 acres of irrigation make a summer home for 800 cows. This ranch has 3,405 deeded acres and 13,500+ lush acres of forest and BLM land. Improvements include a very nice owner’s home, two guest homes, a 4,000-square-foot shed and a deluxe calving barn and corrals. Brook and cutthroat trout are in the creeks or the lakes and hunting includes elk, deer, moose and antelope $6,000,000. Jim Espy, 406 661-3122.

Golden Valley Ranch Montana v Wibaux County v Wibaux


On the Montana/North Dakota border, this 6,434-acre ranch is high on production. Stock water is plentiful from creeks, springs wells and reservoirs with lots of winter protection and shade from the ash-tree-lined creeks. There are near 2,000 acres of hay and farmland with $20,000+ annual government payments. The improvements are above average with a near-new shop, barn and steel corrals plus a three-bedroom home. Upland birds include grouse, pheasants and turkey. Trophy deer and antelope are plentiful and can produce income through hunting leases. $4,680,000. Jim Espy, 406 661-3122.

Chinook Ranch Montana v Glacier County v Babb


This foothill ranch on the Rocky Mountain Front near Glacier National Park has 4,300 acres of irrigated land, sub-irrigated land, pine, fir, quaking aspen and willow trees and abundant mountain grass. There is a modest log home, shop, barn and corrals. Enjoy two trout streams and many large springs, plus close proximity to Duck Lake makes for some of the finest fishing in northwest Montana. $3,150,000. Jim




Divide Ranch Montana v Lewis and Clark Co. v Wolf Creek


If you are interested in the history of the West, this ranch lies where Lewis and Clark crossed the Continental Divide. The ranch borders national forest for 2.25 miles and has 2,854 total acres, including both state and BLM sections. The land is very mountainous with market timber. There is a nearly new cabin on a big game migration route. Trophy elk and huge mule deer plus bears and wolves are more than abundant. $3,150,000. Jim Espy, 406 661-3122.

Jim Espy, Broker 406 661-3122 Nate Kraft 406 208-1599 Jack McGuinness, Sales 406 855-3971 Marc Shaules, Sales 406 855-0558 P.O. Box 1992 • Billings, MT 59103-1992

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River Cliffs Ranch 7,850 Acres


Texas Hill Country v Menard County v Mason

This Austin/San Antonio-area legacy juggernaut includes over three miles of easily accessible and visible San Saba River, including an awesome series of deep, blue holes connected by noisy shoals flowing over rock bottoms. With 6,200+ high fenced, managed acres, this award-winning ranching and hunting operation comprises the premier offering in the area. Spectacular cliffs and stunning hardwood bottoms characterize much of the river zone, and the uplands include rocky hills with distant vista points, food plots, oak forests, irrigation and solid ranch infrastructure. Co-listed with David Faust, KW Farm & Ranch, 512


$3,450/acre = $27,082,500. Property ID: 43988

405 W. Live Oak Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830 997-8616 • 210 422-4676 •


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Bolinas Estate ~ Paradise Found California v Marin County v Bolinas


Experience a paradise found tucked away in the exclusive, unspoiled coastal environment of Bolinas. There is only one road leading to the intimate community and it has no signposts. On that road, an iconic line of trees marks the perimeter of the Bolinas Estate. Less than an hour’s drive from San Francisco on Bolinas Lagoon are 100± acres of cultivated and raw land comprised of three parcels with riparian rights to Pine Gulch Creek, a pond and farm buildings. This is an idyllic spot to build a secluded country estate on one of several building site options. The estate has many microclimates from the lagoon and sea level terrain up the gently sloping hillside to the ridge—a truly majestic environment. Wisely positioned structures include a charming caboose house, bunkhouse, cottage and an artist’s studio among other sheds and outbuildings. The tree-lined border and receding small field of organic produce are the only hint of a small farm, included in the sale, which has supplied the Bay Area food scene for decades. This coastal cropland has long been part of the language that defines Californian organic produce. Its international reputation drew Prince Charles to visit on his American tour in 2005, attesting to the farm’s importance as a historical landmark for the environmentally aware. While other types of agriculture, such as equestrian, dairy, orchard and livestock, may be considered, the farm remains a vital resource for some of the most renowned restaurants and natural food outlets in the Bay Area. $12,500,000.

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This is only the third time in its 115-year titled history that this ranch has been offered for sale. All seller-owned mineral classified and fee minerals will be included. For additional information and pictures on The Rockpile Ranch, visit The

The Rockpile Ranch

ranch is offered for $985 per acre for a total of

55,704.49 Acres

$54,868,922.65 cash. Property ID: 41904

West Texas v Jeff Davis County v Fort Davis


Livermore Ranch is located in the heart of the Davis Mountains, a Sky Island of the Chihuahuan Desert with elevations ranging from 5,800 to 8,000 feet. This is a


bowl with numerous canyons bisecting this high forested rangeland creating some of the most scenic bluffs, rocky outcrops, canyons, meadows and mountains in the region. This is ponderosa and pinion pine country, huge oaks, madrone and lush grasslands. $9,917,700. Property ID: 46260

Livermore Ranch 5,086 Acres

West Texas v Jeff Davis County v Fort Davis


The Bat Cave Canyon Ranch lies in the heart of the Davis Mountains, a Sky Island of the Chihuahuan Desert with elevations ranging from 5,400 to 6,100 feet. Bat Cave Creek, a tributary to Merrill Creek, provides riparian woodlands and seasonal flowing clear waters surrounded by excellent high desert grasslands.

Bat Cave Canyon Ranch

A natural canyon with a historic rock dam is

2,920 Acres

just some dirt and concrete work away from an

West Texas v Jeff Davis County v Fort Davis

amazing lake. The ranch has outstanding views of the nearby high mountains, including Mt.

Livermore, which is owned by The Nature Conservancy as a preserve. The adjoining ranch to the north with a common boundary has a conservation easement that prohibits development and subdivision in perpetuity and protects Bat Cave Ranch’s landscape views. $4,818,000. Property ID: 44801


Twenty-five miles west of Fort Davis inside the scenic loop, Rawhide Ranch consists of rolling hills, lush valleys, massive rock formations and picturesque mountains. All this can be enjoyed from the front of the very clean two-bedroom, two-bath cabin with modern

James King, Agent Tammy King, Broker P.O. Box 109 • 600 State Street Fort Davis, TX 79734

432 426-2024 • 432 224-1110 fax


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Rawhide Ranch 1,533.67 Acres

West Texas v Jeff Davis Co. v Fort Davis

kitchen. The abundant water from a natural spring on the ranch keeps a variety of native trees and grasses growing strong. The ranch is home to aoudad sheep, desert mule and whitetail deer, javelin and feral hogs, along

with other smaller species of wildlife. The majestic peaks of the Davis Mountains make for a captivating backdrop for the Rawhide Ranch. $2,950,000. Property ID: 41905

TruClaire Ranch

A Private & Gated Family Retreat California v Mendocino County


Conceived and built by architectural designer Claire Pollack for herself, family and husband, film director Sydney Pollack. This redwood ranch has unlimited views of the Comptche Valley to the Pacific Ocean. The ranch consists of three main homes, a free-standing studio, separate gym facilities, barn, heated pool, pool house, paddle tennis court, large pond with dock, garage and workshop, plus “Grannies Motel”. All homes are private from each other, offering family and guests complete tranquility of space and time. Enjoy multiple free-floating decks for entertaining day or night. There is a large meadow with endless possibilities for an organic farm, wine or other recreational interests. Built for year-round living or a part-time retreat, the ranch has a helicopter pad onsite and trails for hiking and riding. This exceptional ranch has been meticulously maintained and loved. The property sits on three separate parcels. Approximately 2.5 hours north of San Francisco and within 10 miles of a jet aircraft airport, this ranch is incomparable for excellence of taste and natural beauty. If driving, you will be coming through the beautiful Anderson Valley Appalachia before arrival to the redwood country. A pleasure to show.

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1,300-Acre Ranch

Breathtaking Views

Colorado v Chaffee County v Salida

Colorado v Custer County v Westcliffe



a domestic well. This is the largest landholding on the market in Chaffee

surrounding picturesque courtyards and well-appointed outdoor living

County. About 11 miles from town at the end of a county road, the ranch

space. In addition, it has a three-car garage and workshop. This ranch

offers complete silence and seclusion. $3,900,000.

has too many features to list. It’s a must see! $1,390,000.

This is a rare opportunity to own your big slice of heaven. Enjoy magnificent tree coverage, rock outcroppings, meadows, wildlife, springs and ponds. This is a fantastic hunting area for elk, deer, bear and mountain lion. It even

This incredible 3,300+-square-foot home with 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths has high-end finishes and is truly a work of art. It sits on 77 +acres with amazing views of the San de Cristo Mountain Range. Walk through

offers a 1,109-square-foot cabin, two-car garage, pole barn, outbuilding and towering pines, aspen and dramatic rock outcroppings. Colorful gardens

719 539-3340 Karin Adams 719 221-1212

PO Box 177 Salida, CO 81201

David Martin 719 649-0932

Canyon Ranch of the Gunnison 1,799 Acres

Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose


This unique ranch is located half an hour from Montrose and at the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. Sitting on 33 acres within the park boundaries, the Canyon House is of special Rastra construction, complete with custom furnishings, helipad and infinity pool. Sitting in the infinity pool it is as if the water is tumbling into

the canyon itself. No detail was spared. (Please see video links on our website.) The Canyon Ranch Trusted by Generations for Generations 303 861-8282


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component is 1,766 acres adjacent to the park and is blanketed with aspen groves, gambrel oak and meadows with Black Canyon views. A log lodge and additional sleeping cabins for hunting parties are on the Canyon Ranch Unit. Fishing is only minutes away. 72 acres are under a conservation easement, and the balance is also viable for an additional easement. Sellers are open to division of property. The ranch is co-listed with Leadbetter Webster Land Co. $10,500,000.

Studded Oaks and Year-Round Streams! California v Calaveras County v Valley Springs


Two contiguous parcels: 70 Acres ($825,000): Ranch-style home overlooks Salt Springs Reservoir and features 2x6 construction, large sun room, whole-house fan and a Vermont Castings wood stove and exceptional views. Remaining acreage is permanent pasture with studded oaks. Barn, stalls and workshop make this a perfect horse property and/or vacation home. 153 Acres ($575,000): Enjoy native pasture with rolling oaks and manzanita. This property has 6,125+ feet of seasonal creek and four yearround springs. It is currently leased for cattle grazing. The ranch has 350 feet of road frontage and a 20+ GPM well with pump and pressure system. Both properties are in the Williamson Act (tax protection) and has CC&Rs to protect from encroachment and development. Wildlife includes deer, turkey, dove, quail and red fox. Properties are fenced and have PG&E and Calaveras telephone services. The ranch is in Mother Lode Gold Country and offers close access to Highway 4. Purchase separately or together.

Casey Knowles 10906 Dixon Road Oakdale, CA 95361


Andy Sanchez

Furniture Artist 505-385-1189 Algodones, New Mexico

Custom table with turquoise and marble.


This scenic, end-of-the-road, 800-acre property in the Coast Range of California has year-round recreation and lies within one hour of the San Francisco Bay area and Sacramento International Airport. Enjoy vistas of the Sierras, Sacramento Valley, Sacramento and Lake Berryessa among

Bill Hartwig

others. It adjoins a large acreage of state property

175 W. Main Street, Suite D Woodland, CA 95776

530 666-4638 office 530 908-8476 cell


which has very poor public access. There is a year-round lake. This is a great place for relaxing,

Hartwig Ranch

hunting, fishing, hiking, four wheeling and horse-

California v Yolo County v Esparto

back riding. Hartwig Ranch has a site of historic interest. $1,650,000. Bill Hartwig 530 908-8476.

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406 932-6892 Yellowstone River Estates-Lot 16, Columbus, MT. Beautiful 20+ acre mountain top lot located 10 miles west of Columbus; year round access, power, water rights, covenants, trees, woods, meadows, great views of the Yellowstone River, abundant wildlife. $59,900 Hidden Valley Ranch, Emigrant, MT. Stunning 27+ acre lot sits right beneath Emigrant Peak. Panoramic views of the Paradise Valley and Yellowstone River. Power and phone lines to the property, along with numerous build sites and year-round access off a paved highway. $295,000 Paradise Valley Acreage, Livingston, MT. 36+ spectacular acres, top-of-the-world views, private road access, beautiful build sites, power & phone to lot, backs to BLM, overlooks Yellowstone R. $348,000 Yellowstone River/Crazy Mountain Retreat, Big Timber, MT. Custom home, gourmet kitchen, 2.3 acres, tastefully landscaped, completely fenced, underground sprinklers, unobstructed views of the Yellowstone River and Crazy Mountains. $349,000 Paradise Found – Tracts A-1 and B-1, Pray, MT. 10+ acres, Paradise Valley, irrigation water rights, power and phone available to the lots, incredible views, private road access, good location. $138,000 Emigrant Beauty, Emigrant, MT. Attractive 49+ acre lot located at the top of Mercury Lane Cul-de-Sac in Emigrant; provides spectacular views, an abundance of trees and interesting rock features. $395,000 Howie Road 160, Big Timber, MT. 160 deeded acres, views of Crazy, Absaroka & Beartooth Mountains, power and phone to property, water rights, good grassland. $430,000 417 West 7th Avenue, Big Timber, MT. 4 bdrm home, quiet neighborhood, unobstructed views of the Crazy Mountains, large family room, pellet stove, fenced back yard. $199,000 ($15,000 decorating allowance) Gardiner Opportunity, Gardiner, MT. Enjoy this 4+ acre parcel located 4 miles north of Gardiner that can be used for Commercial or Residential. Excellent location ~ located on Highway 89. $260,000 Boulder River Canyon Beauty, Big Timber, MT. 3 bdrm/2 bath stunning home on 1+ acre in the beautiful Boulder River Canyon, vaulted ceilings, spectacular views, completely furnished, enjoy world class flyfishing. $525,000 Golden Valley Ranch, Melville, MT. 480 deeded acres Northeast of Melville, Montana. It has two creeks, wildlife and upland birds. $552,000 91 Hideaway Trail, Livingston, MT. 3 bdrm/2 bath home on 20+ acres with spectacular views of five mountain ranges overlooking the City of Livingston, perimeter fenced, storage shed, privacy, 12 gpm well, potential to rent lower level. $375,000 18 Indian Rings Road, Big Timber, MT. Custombuilt family home on 10+ acres, well-appointed kitchen, horse facilities, mature landscaping, shop, Crazy Mountain views. $529,000 Cedar Coulee Hideaway, Reed Point, MT. 280 deeded acres, private, productive land, overlooks Yellowstone River to the North, panoramic views of the Crazy Mountains and Yellowstone River Valley, numerous sites for improvements. $607,478 Pine Ridge Bluff, Big Timber, MT. 320 acres, one solid 1/2 section, nice elevations, rolling coulees, open meadows, Lodge Pole Pine, good springs, completely fenced, great views, good accessibility. $995,000


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Paradise Lookout, Emigrant, MT. Majestic views, 22.9 acres, meticulous home, five bedroom, 4.5 baths, three-car garage, shop, game room, theater room and wine cellar, sold fully furnished, abundant wildlife with deer, elk and upland birds. $750,000 Gilbert Ranch, Big Timber, MT. 116 acres, beautiful views of the Crazy Mountains and the Yellowstone River Valley, privacy, frontage road accessibility. $459,000 (Includes pivot) 104 Chicory Road, Livingston, MT. 5 bedroom/3 bath home on 10+ acres in the beautiful Paradise Valley. Mountain views, 4 large outbuildings, irrigation rights, duck pond, 35 gpm well, close to Yellowstone River. $750,000 Black Bluffs Ranch, Silesia, MT. 280 deeded acres, located 30 minutes from Billings, basically untouched for 200 years, private sanctuary to the large game hunter, fisherman or bird hunter, wide open spaces, views, spectacular hunting, 4,000 feet of Yellowstone River frontage. $798,000 Mile High Valley Ranch, Big Timber, MT. 275-acre ranch located minutes from the spectacular Crazy Mountains, very private, accessible, wildlife, recently constructed home, 3-car garage/shop, perimeter fenced, barn, corral, incredible views. $895,000 Diamond ‘S’ Ranch, Big Timber, MT. 620 acre pristine ranch, views of the eastern slopes of the Crazy Mountains, two year-round creeks, wildlife and upland birds. Trophy house, Viking appliances, restored homestead cabin, stocked trout pond, large metal building and four-stall horse barn. $2,500,000 310 Convict Grade Road, Livingston, MT. 2 bdrm/2 bath log home on a spawning channel of the Yellowstone River, 9+ irrigated acres, includes access to 100+ acre private island, fully furnished guest cabin, horse facilities, cross-fenced, irrigated pastures and round pen. $1,550,000 Slot-I Ranch, Big Timber, MT. 948 deeded acres, (1.5 sections), varied terrain, native pastures, lovely remodeled home, 1,800 sq. ft. metal building, guesthouse, corral, barn, majestic 360-degree mountain views, developed watering system. $2,370,000 Swallow House Ranch, Big Timber, MT. 2400 contiguous acre ranch, 15 miles north and east of Big Timber, rolling hills, gentle coulees, native grasses, ranch home with improvements in place, domestic water by perennial spring, creek, spectacular views of Crazy Mountains, offered first time in decades. $3,609,000 The River Ranch, Big Timber, MT. 240 acres, one mile of Yellowstone River frontage, spring-fed creeks and ponds, wildlife, bird hunting, inspiring views, great location, can be subdivided. $3,900,000 121 McLeod Street, Big Timber, MT. Commercial building for sale in Big Timber, freshly painted and remodeled, located on the main street (McLeod Street), modern kitchen, new bathrooms, handicapped accessible, building houses a thriving business (Bakery/ Restaurant) with a three-year lease. $250,000 407 East 1st Avenue Apartments, Big Timber, MT. Remodeled four-unit apartment building for sale; three (2-bedroom) apartments and one (studio) apartment, recent metal roof and upgraded siding, convenient location, complex is completely leased. $248,000 24A Big Timber Loop Road, Big Timber, MT. Very appealing and well maintained clear-span building with interior partitions, 5500 square feet of ground level space, excellent location, easy year-round access, ample parking, currently houses upscale salon and spa, remodeled in 2002. $425,000

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970 535-0881 • Ron Morris 970 927-3850 • Billy Long Avery Ranch – Durango, CO Working, equestrian and wildlife ranch preserve 20 minutes from Durange with centerpiece 12,700 sq. ft. lodge. $2,995,000 Arabian Run – Franktown, CO 35-acre estate with panoramic Rocky Mountain views, 7,783 sq. ft home with an elevator, 4.5 car garage, guest home, drive-through heated RV building and shop, 2,600 sq. ft horse barn and pipe fencing. $1,669,900 Badger Creek Basin – Hartsel, CO 2,312 acres of beautiful, central Colorado mountain land consisting with Badger Creek flowing through property. $495,000 Bar X Ranch – Colorado Springs, CO Conveniently located minutes from Colorado Springs with privacy on 35.16 acres with home, barn, and arena. $815,000 Bear Claw Ranch – Dayton/Sheridan, WY 4,000 total acre production ranch bordering national forest in a rural setting along the base of the Big Horn Mountains. Private yet convenient location just 25 miles northwest of Sheridan - an affluent area of Wyoming. Four miles south of the Montana border with abundant wildlife. Supports up to 270 head and produces 850 tons of native grass hay annually. Contact Listing Broker for Pricing and Details. Bear Creek Ranch – Shingletown, CA One of the richest, most productive ranches in northern, CA with 673 acres of irrigated pasture (67 acres) range land and timber bisected by 1.5 miles of creek, private 260 ft. waterfall, three captured pure mountain springs and so much more. $3,800,000 Bear River Ranch – Steamboat Springs, CO Over 1,200 feet on both sides of Yampa River and access to over a mile of water on 43 acres. $1,450,000 Beaver Creek Ranch – Fairplay, CO Thirty-five acres with fishing stream, domestic well, 2,400-sq ft. furnished home with Thomas Michael original log furniture, large deck with mountain views, heated workshop close to Pike National Forest. $749,000 Big Creek Ranch - Steamboat Springs, CO Rare 5,034 deeded acres in its own valley with 85% perimeter bordering National Forest. 11,000 sq. ft. lodge, five miles of Big Creek and development potential just outside Steamboat Springs. $59,900,000 Big Game Hunting Camp – Fairplay, CO A successful and established big game outfitting business in operation for over twenty years, is now on the market. The sale includes 35 acres, several cabins, a year-round stream, permits, easement, name, client list, website and booked hunts. $550,000 Bonsall Farm - Bonsall, CA 140+ acre Hacienda estate & working ranch, avocado and citrus groves, horse facilities, manager’s homes, pools, ranch office, gardens, barn. $11,950,000 Boyer Ranch – Westcliffe, CO 12,505 total acre, two generation production ranch in the Wet Mountain Valley surrounded by 1014,000 ft. peaks. Well watered with over 18 CFS of water rights, seasonal streams, multiple runoff ponds, three artesian wells and ten wells, irrigates 700 acres and puts up 1,200 tons of premium native grass hay annually. $9,000,000


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Cartal Ranch – Del Rio, TX 2,690 acres with over 2 miles of Sycamore Creek running through the property along with artesian springs and two water wells. Improvements include barns, residence, hunting lodge with swimming pool and two ranch entrances with superior road system providing easy year-round access of Hwy 90. Seller will convey 50% of mineral rights. $3,556,617 Chaparral Lakes Ranch – Redding, CA 400 private acres near national parks, retail, airport with wildlife and development potential. $1,250,000 Clark Ranch – Divide, CO Beautiful 855-acre historic cattle, horse, and recreational ranch with post card views of Pikes Peak. $1,985,000 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. Please call to get pricing. Compton Ranch – Larkspur, CO 146± acres comprised of four separate yet adjoining parcels with potential division by future land owner. An ideal equestrian estate or small cattle ranch with custom home, one-bedroom/bath manager’s home, six-stall horse barn, round pen, roping arena, corrals, wells and more. $1,199,000 Cross Bar Ranch – Oakalla, TX 343-acre Hill Country ranch with fantastic 5,886 sq. ft. Douglas fir lodge overlooking a 25-acre stocked lake with high game fence and stocked with elk, oryx, axis, black buck antelope, red stag, and whitetail deer. $4,600,000 Dancing Wind Ranch – Livingston, MT An exquisite 1,750-acre cattle production and recreation ranch with spectacular views, lush meadows and private owner’s compound with very private canyon with superb 8,031 sq. ft. main residence, manager’s home, barns, airplane hanger, and fully operational. $25,000,000 Dome Peak Ranch – Yampa, CO 960 acres located between Vail and Steamboat Springs with privacy, scenic vistas, wildlife and hunting. $2,950,000 Double Diamond Ranch – Fort Bidwell, CA The 638-acre Double Diamond Ranch is located in the northern end of the Surprise Valley. It summers as many as 1,300 yearling cattle or the equivalent cow/calf numbers and possesses some of the best water, finest soils and quality grasslands in the area. $2,950,000 East Cherry Creek Ranch – Castle Rock, CO 105 acres midway between Denver and Colorado Springs close enough to conveniences of city life yet far enough to have all of the advantages of country living with outstanding Front Range views in a lowtax county. DIA is only one hour away. $420,000 East Gallatin Preserve – Belgrade, MT 40+/- acres situated along the banks of the East Gallatin River, less than 10 minutes outside of Bozeman with beautiful views of five surrounding mountain ranges, world class trout fishing and a spacious 5,640 sq ft home. $2,750,000 Elk Park Ranch – Guffey, CO Beautiful high-country ranch, 3,647 acres with 360degree views at the top of most of the ridges on the property. $1,154,000 Elk River Meadow – Steamboat Springs, CO New home on 42 acres with 1,000 feet of private Elk River frontage less than 10 miles north of Steamboat Springs. The home overlooks the native grass hay meadows, river corridor and the conservation land. $649,000

Five Star Ranch – Westcliffe, CO 561-acres with well-designed floor plan incorporating rare and unique building products making the home a true masterpiece. Private, wildlife-rich setting with guest home, cabin, and storage buildings. $4,400,000 Falls Ranch – Waco, TX An ideal recreation or equestrian property conveniently located 12 miles southwest of Waco and an easy commute to Baylor University consisting of 117 acres. $495,000 Fazenda das Pedras – Westcliffe, CO Impeccable custom equestrian property on 140 acres nestled in the Wet Mountain Valley with spectacular views, 7,000 sq. ft. log home, large log guest lodge, log horse barn, second horse barn, equestrian training equipment, outdoor arena, storage and equipment buildings, adjacent to public lands for endless trails. $2,200,000 Flat Tops Wildlife Ranch – Toponas, CO 954 acres between Vail & Steamboat Springs. Big game hunting, outdoor recreation, development potential. $2,950,000 Flying W Cattle Ranch – Sayre, OK 1,500 acres in a historic location 90 miles west of Oklahoma City with good soil that will produce excellent grazing for cattle and horses. $1,500,000 Flying W Guest Ranch – Sayre, OK 500-acre well-known Guest Ranch in historic location with an old western town, event center, restaurant, cabins, campsties barns and corrals and more. $2,000,000 Freedom’s Edge Ranch – Glendo, WY 100 acres seven miles south of Glendo offering quiet, rural living with upscale, rustic improvements in a convenient and easily accessible year-round location along the I-25 corridor. $850,000 Fremont Ranch – Jefferson, CO 485-acres which are a hunter’s and cattleman’s paradise with majestic mountain views in every direction located 70 miles south west of Denver and 24 miles south east of the resort town Breckenridge. $1,250,000 Goose Ridge Ranch – Franktown, CO 35-acre horse ranch with great views of Pikes Peak and the mountain range from Walsenburg to Ft. Collins and a 6,278 sq ft home with many upgrades. $1,150,000 Granite Peaks Ranch – Durango, CO One of a kind, 565-acre fly fishing and equestrian estate with 3 miles of the Pine River running through it, several architectural masterpiece improvements including a magnificent and impeccable 5,500 sq. ft. main home and a matching guest cabin just steps from the river surrounded by spectacular granite peaks providing privacy & spectacular scenery. $18,000,000 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. $895,000 Indian Shadow Ranch – Durango, CO An exquisite 1,769-acre wildlife and recreation ranch with one and two-thirds miles of the La Plata River running through it only 12 miles from downtown Durango. Includes newly remodeled 6,780 sq. ft home, manager’s home near the river, 2,400 sq. ft horse barn, several ponds, high quality pasture and more. $22,000,000 Kiefer Farm – Fort Collins, CO 8.75 acres nestled in the foothills of Rocky Mtns surrounded by fertile green fields and spectacular views. $579,000

Kiowa Ranch – Kiowa, CO 855-acre scenic cattle and hunting ranch offering excellent grazing ground, privacy, front range views and proximity to metropolitan amenities. $1,539,000 Lake Cisco Ranch – Cisco, TX 320 acres on Lake Cisco located 2 miles from town and an easy drive to Fort Worth. This Texas development property has 1 1/2 +/- miles of Lake Cisco shoreline - the only privately owned footage of shoreline on the lake. $2,350,000 Lake Berryessa Ranch – St. Helena, CA A unique, undeveloped 4,400-acre property resting in the easting portion of Napa County with unobstructed vistas of Lake Berryessa and the surrounding mountains. $4,500,000 Little Trout Ranch – Oak Creek, CO 3,397 acres of diverse terrain and cover 20 miles from Steamboat Springs and one mile from town of Oak Creek. $6,500,000 Lower Elk River Ranch - Steamboat Springs, CO Offering a rare combination of 116 acres with over 1 mile of Elk River frontage and ski area views just outside Steamboat Springs and close to regional airport. $2,499,000 Lower Trout Creek Camp – Fairplay, CO Unique 140-acre ranch comprised of four 35-acre parcels with year-round stream, domestic well, stocked fishing pond, several small cabins that sleep over 20 people. Previously used as a base camp for big game outfitters and summer pasture for cattle. Situated at 9,400 ft above sea level with ability to build a home and drill a well on each parcel with no covenants or homeowner’s associations. $675,000. Maytag Mountain Ranch – Westcliffe, CO 100 acres parcels with upscale shared-amenity Maytag Mountain Ranch access to luxury lodge and cabins. Priced from $500,000 Marshall Ranch – Del Rio, TX 2,551 acres game ranch located 20 minutes southeast of Del Rio with property line adjoining Laughlin Air Force base on one side. High game fenced and stocked with white-tail deer and turkey, manager’s home, hunting cabin, barns, storage, cattle pens and horse stalls and 50% of the mineral rights. $3,062,475 Mountain View Ranch - Colorado Springs, CO 60-acre turnkey horse property located in El Paso County with a 5,900 sq ft ranch-style stucco and stone home, seven-stall horse barn and heated indoor arena. A horse lover’s dream with outstanding facilities and Front Range views. $1,750,000 Monte de Las Rosas – Santa Fe, NM Nestled in southern tip of Sangre de Cristo Mtns on 15 acres pinon covered mountain-land only 4.5 miles from Santa Fe’s historic plaza. $645,000 Murphy Larsen Ranch – Clark, CO Thoughtfully developed offering 11 home-sites among 1,500 acres of alpine scenery in quaint community of Clark. $900,000 Naruna Ranch – Lampasas, TX 1,315 acre Hill Country cattle, hunting and recreation ranch with two creeks flowing through it located 90 minutes northwest of Austin. $4,208,000 Navajo River Ranch – Chromo, CO 35-acre estate with 2,700 sq ft home which is part of a 3,000 area gated ranch just 35 minutes south of Pagosa Springs and 35 minutes from Chama, NM. $649,000 Original Maytag Homestead – Westcliffe, CO 100 acres and a part of shared-amenity Maytag Mountain Ranch with original homestead, and comfortable home. $1,300,000

Owl Creek Ranch – Walden, CO Impressive 17,982 total acre (contiguous acres) production and recreation ranch with 10 miles of the Michigan River, excellent trout fishing. The ranch will run 1,200-1,500 cow/calf pairs, 75 bulls and 100-200 replacement heifers and is well watered producing over 5,500 tons of premium mountain grass hay with seven locations of improvements including homes, livestock facilities and storage. $17,500,000 Patton Ranch – Canon City, CO Classic cattle and hunting property consisting of 100,000 total acres with carrying capacity of 200 head with ranch home in serene valley. Ideal for horse lover’s too. $1,600,000 Pinnacle Homestead – Oak Creek , CO 39 acres at edge of an Aspen grove, long views up Trout Creek valley to the Continental Divide with spacious home. $545,000 Plentyl Estate – Austin, TX 109±-acre cattle ranch with the highest point in Williamson County at 1,150 ft with outstanding build sites with long distance, private views, surrounded by beautiful live oaks. $874,825 Powderhorn Wilderness Hideout Powderhorn, CO Private 4.77 acres, direct access to NF with 360degree views, two-level log home, barn, corrals, round pen. $500,000 Red Hawk Ranch – Hayden, CO 493 acres of prime hunting land NW of Steamboat Springs with the Dry Fork of Elkhead Creek flowing along the northern boundary. Immediately surrounding the ranch are large acreage, productive high-mountain ranches. $599,000 Rincon Ranch – Marathon, TX 3,870-acre historic cattle ranch near the entrance of Big Bend National Park and just 30 miles south of Marathon. Great mule deer hunting property with frontage on State Hwy 385 and surrounded by other large ranches. $1,149,390 Rising Hearts Ranch – New Castle, CO Largest horse show-facility in Colorado. A premier 256-acre performance horse operation located near Aspen and Vail featuring gorgeous new 6,814 sq. ft. trophy home and 48,000 sq. ft. barn and arena. On I-70 between Denver and Grand Junction. $6,900,000 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 Saguache Creek Ranch – Moffat, CO A quality commercial cow-calf operation on Saguache Creek w/combined acreage of leased and fee land totaling over 350,000 acres. Improvements include residence, barns, and adequate cattle facilities. $4,000,000 Sam Bass Springs Ranch – Kingsland, TX Beautiful 263-acre Hill Country ranch one mile from the Legends Golf Course characterized by rolling woodlands interspersed with spring creeks, granite outcroppings, natural pools with waterfall with excellent wildlife. $1,709,500 Sand Point Ranch – Oak Creek, CO Just over 3,000 acres of varied alpine terrain located 35 miles south of Steamboat Springs with long National Forest boundary and characterized by mixed forest, open parks and dramatic overlooks. $12,950,000 Sanguine Creek Ranch – Fairplay, CO 1,640 total acres located five minutes from Fairplay and an hour’s drive from Denver, close to world-class snow skiing in Breckenridge. Has been operated as a year-round Dude Ranch. $2,550,000

Shadow Creek Ranch – Kremmling, CO 6,000-acre shared-amenity ranch and working cattle operation with 22-70 acre home sites located one hour from ski resorts with main guest lodge, rustic cabins, world-class equestrian facilities adjoining 4,000 acres of wilderness. $1,500,000 Sycamore Creek Ranch – Del Rio, TX 9,100 acres located across two counties with active oil and gas leasing and exploration. The property will convey 50% of the minerals and encompasses three adjoining ranches that can be sold separately or in any combination. Improvements consist of 4 homes, lodge, swimming pool, grain silos and easy access of Stage Hwy 277. $10,881,893 Silver Spring Farm – Ashland, OR World-class equestrian facility on 60 acres with state-ofthe-art barn, Olympic full court, indoor dressage arena, 3,500 sq. ft. clubhouse, spectacular home site, south-facing vineyard, canals, creek, trails and more. $4,995,000 Slash LD Ranch – Villa Grove, CO 1,615 deeded acres and 640 state leased acres set in the historical San Luis Valley along the Sangre De Cristo Range and permitted to operate 1,100 A.U. with custom log home, manager’s house, bunkhouse, barns and over 26 CFS worth of water rights. $4,400,000 Stagecoach Hunting Property – Oak Creek, CO Bordering two miles of the western Edge of National Forest and wilderness land consisting of 187 acres. $589,000 Steamboat Lake Ranch - Steamboat Springs, CO 125-acre property with Routh National Forest boundary, ideal scenario for recreation access straight from the property. Close to historic village of Hahn’s Peak with two restaurants, convenience store, marina and great sense of community. $949,000 Step Rock Ranch – Oak Creek, CO 809 acres with home 30 miles south of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, along the banks of Trout Creek with a National Forest boundary and surrounded by large area ranches. Traditionally used for hunting and grazing, Step Rock Ranch is also ideally set up for horses. $3,950,000 Sunshine Cattle Company – Redding, CA 375-acres offering a rare development opportunity bordering the city limits of Redding with end-of-road privacy, private reservoir and seasonal stream and supports 30-35 cattle year-round and 30 acres of irrigated pasture from the private Reese Reservoir. $2,200,000 Texas Cowhouse Creek Ranch - Hamilton, TX 412-acre Texas Hill Country Ranch with 4,800 sq ft. twostory lodge, 10-acre lake and over one mile of beautiful Cowhouse Creek running through it. $2,595,000 The Homestead at Big Red Park Steamboat Springs, CO Completely surrounded by National Forest on 160 acres with high mountain streams and direct trail access. $1,800,000 Steamboat Springs, CO Completely surrounded by the Routt/Medicine Bow National Forest, the Homestead at Big Red Park is 160 acres with high mountain streams and direct trail access for year-round recreational opportunities. Includes a main cabin and two additional cabins. The 1241 Ranch – Waco, TX 276-acres with wide open views with great water resources, a comfortable home and is ideal for cattle, horses, hunting and fishing. $999,000 The Old Ranch – Hamilton, TX A sportsman’s lodge and residential retreat consisting of 356 acres often used for hunting get-away and entertainment lodge. Includes a fully furnished 2,852 sq ft ranch-style lodge capable of sleeping 16 guests with excellent hunting close to Austin, Waco and Dallas/Ft. Worth. $1,499,999 Volume 53 Farm&Ranch West


(Ranch Marketing Associates, continued) Trout Creek Ranch – Oak Creek, CO 323 acres southwest of Steamboat Springs along the banks of Trout Creek with grassy meadows and aspen covered hills. $1,499,999 Two Rivers Cow Camp - Steamboat Springs, CO 23 acres bordering NF with spring-fed trout pond, carriage house/residence, five-bay garage, guest cabin, full equine facilities, security/privacy gate. $1,750,000 Wales Canyon Ranch – Beulah, CO Excellent 760-acre horse and cattle ranch due to good soil, grasses and water availability with two private landing stripes for small plane accessibility and Wales Canyon running through it. Easy year round access with run-off water captured in six tanks and five water troughs connected by pipeline to a 15+ gpm electric powered water well which supports livestock and wildlife populations. $1,780,000 Walton Ranch – Jackson, WY Sited along the Snake River and adjacent to the Grand Teton Mountain Range, this ionic 1,848 working ranch is less than 5 minutes from downtown Jackson Hole and offers fishing, wildlife, and spectacular views in one of the most sought out locations in the world. $68,700,000 Williams Fork River Ranch – Hayden, CO 393 acres along Williams Fork River with over one half mile of the South Fork of the Williams Fork River. $1,795,000 Williams Ranch – Norwood, CO 1,020 acres just 35 miles from the world class ski resort and Telluride is one of the best balanced working cattle and sporting ranches in southern Colorado. $4,475,000 X Lazy V Ranch – Raton, NM 1,880 acre working cattle ranch one hour from CO border surrounded on three sides by legendary T O Ranch with adobe/timber home, cattle handling facilities, perimeter fenced capable of running 180 yearlings or 75 cow/calf pair. $940,000 Yoas Ranch – Del Rio, TX 3,862 acres game ranch located a few minutes from Del Rio with frontage along Stage Hwy 277, three creeks which run through the property, eight species of exotics within 3,112 acres of high game fence-line, artesian springs and a 30-acre lake. $4,862,209 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

Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC 307 334-2025 307 760-9510 406 697-3961 WATSON DRAW RANCH—Carter County, MT: 6,383± acres: 2,547± deeded, 3,065± BLM lease, 771± State lease acres. Located 33 miles NE of Alzada. 320 acres hay ground. Nice improvements. $1,485,000 SCOLLY DOWNS—Natrona County WY: Executive self-sufficient ranch with outstanding improvements, pivots & excellent amenities. Price Reduced over 20% to $3,150,000 KOK RANCH—Butte County SD: Scenic & highly improved 465± deeded acres with excellent set of improvements. 200± acres hay ground. Located 8 miles NE of Belle Fourche, SD. $1,490,000 MONROE CREEK RANCH—Sioux County NE: 600± deeded acres. Ample water throughout ranch. Excellent hunting opportunities. $600,000 TABLE MOUNTAIN RANCH–Larimer County CO: Beautiful, scenic 800± acres 25 miles north of Fort Collins. Freshwater spring. Two 40±-acre parcels also available. $4,000,000 CAVE SPRINGS RANCH–Weston County WY: Beautiful & scenic 2,720± contiguous acres 3 miles north of Newcastle, WY. Reduced to $2,300,000 BRADLEY RANCH—Larimer County CO: Scenic 804± deeded acres. Excellent improvements. 270± pivot-irrigated acres, 20± flood-irrigated. 1 share North Poudre water rights. $2,400,000 FOURMILE DRAW RANCH-Weston County WY: 2,033± total acres 1.5 miles west of Newcastle. 713± deeded, 920± BLM lease & 400± state lease acres. Seasonal reservoirs & springs. Excellent wildlife habitat. No improvements. $500,000 ANDREWS PASTURE-Sioux County NE: 640± deeded acres 13 miles SE of Harrison. Excellent access. No improvements. $288,000

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707-202-8004 Coastal town of Caspar for Sale, the bulk of the town! Approx. 135 acres, all ocean views, blue ocean views. Water system in place. Many parcels, some with homes, currently used as rentals. Within 15 miles of jet-accommodated airport, Caspar is between the tourist destination of Mendocino and the fishing village of Fort Bragg. Historically a lumber company town. Walk to two state beaches! Some parcels are bordered by state park. Caspar is a rural ocean village town. Great investment for family or corporation. $4,350,000 for all parcels or separate parcels ranging from $398,000 to $1,950,000! See Casper on video at:

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970 327-0162 Delserro Ranch: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO. This special ranch in the mountains, located in one of the most beautiful locales on the planet, is just $699,000. These 240 acres include water rights on several ponds and springs.   This open-mesa property offers fabulous mountain views, borders the Uncompahgre National Forest and is an area with 3 lakes and the San Miguel River. Ridge View Ranch: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO. 40-acre ridge-view parcel with great canyon, mountain and valley views. Borders BLM lands, includes 100% mineral rights, water well, natural gas tap and road/driveway. Peaceful, secluded, yet close to both Norwood and Telluride. $169,900 Miramonte Ranch: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO. 41-acre ranch w/fabulous, panoramic, 360degree mountain views, 300+ days of sunshine a year. Build your dream house here - private, yet close to town. Steps to the national forest. $145,000 Lone Cone Restaurant: Norwood, Southwestern CO. In the heart of Norwood, a favorite of locals and visitors, this turn-key operation offers a great reputation and great food. The separate restaurant and saloon have a combined 20 tables for dining. Offered at $495,000 and includes the business and real estate. Gurley Properties: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO. These properties embrace the Mountain West lifestyle in high mesa ranches. Spectacular mountain and valley views take in lush irrigated meadows, gently sloping terrain, trees, a lake, friendly neighbors and abundant wildlife. Ride the private Gurley Trail that stretches 27 miles through scenic country. Several lots are lakefront on Gurley Lake, offering world-class trout fishing. Explore the nearby Uncompahgre National Forest for unlimited riding, camping, hunting, biking, fishing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. These properties are only five to eight miles south of Norwood—the spirited center of Wright’s Mesa’s ranching community—offering excellent services, schools and restaurants. Telluride is a scenic 45-minute drive along the trout rich San Miguel River. Parcels are priced from $149,000.

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979 865-9459 Country Homes & Ranches: Belle Meade Farm 93 ac, Austin Co., $1,920,000 Somewhere In Time 4.5 acres, Austin Co., $940,000 The Oaks 12 ac, Austin Co., Price Reduced. $749,000 Acreage: Gates-Bluebonnet Ranch 2,100± ac, Washington Co., $9500 per acre. Los Arroyos 71 ac, Austin Co., $1,225,000 Quiet Meadow 120 ac, Colorado Co., $9,500/acre Creek Bend Ranch 93 ac, Colorado Co., Price Reduced. $8500/acre Lone Oak Ranch 66 ac, Waller Co., Price Reduced. $760,035 Kenney Hill Farm 50± ac, Austin Co., $10,000/acre. Harrisburg Hill 25±- ac, Washington Co., $362,500 Wandering Acres 27± ac, Austin Co., $15,000/acre.

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Athens, Texas

903 675-3503 903 675-3536 fax LAKE & WOODS – N of Grand Saline. Apprx. 296.326 partially wooded/open acres w/apprx. 18 ac tree-lined lake, TX Hill Country designed 3BR/2B home w/wbfp, barn w/stables & abundant wildlife. Great recreational opportunity. $2,100,000 INCREDIBLE EAST TEXAS COUNTRYSIDE– 306.636 acres of rolling terrain w/ 40 ac of improved pastures, small camper/trailer, stg bldg, big 50x75 insulated metal barn/workshop w/concrete floor, loft storage 2 roll-up doors, small apt in barn, great work area, 1 water meter, 2 elec meters, 1.7 MI ftg on ACR 481 & ACR 483, 1 ac pond & 3 (2-3 ac) lakes. Beautiful & peaceful! $3,750/ac AMAZING CUSTOM HOME on private wooded 6+ acres in the gated addition of Stonebridge. 4BR/4.5B w/top-of-the-line amenities & extra 3-car garage w/ guest apartment. $950,000 FIVE S FARMS - East Texas ranch & equestrian facility combines 186.28 acres of gently rolling hills, wooded areas separated by lush coastal Bermuda pastures, mature hardwoods & pines, 2 ponds, efficiency apartment, great barn & riding arena w/observation deck. Impeccable-quality improvements featuring an oversized outdoor fireplace, iron ore road system through ranch & state of the art stables. $950,000 THE HOME PLACE - 287± acres w/3BR/3B home w/an 10-12±-acre lake, gently rolling terrain, live creeks, 5 ponds, excellent pastures w/ftg on Hwy 110 & 2 county roads. A picturesque setting that brings out the best of East Texas. $895,000 S OF BULLARD – Excellent commercial/residential/ farm & ranch potential. 6,103 acres w/great location, good frontage, mix of woods & open areas. One mile from Bullard schools on FM 2493. $850,000 NEAR BROWNSBORO ON HWY 31 – 121.483± acres w/18-acre spring-fed lake, coastal & wooded areas, 1,200 sf steel bldg & 2 ponds. $849,500 FOX MEADOWS – 54.807 ac w/4 ac catch & release lake, incredible main house w/ 2,982 sf, 3BR/2.5B & 3-car gar. 2BR/1B cottage w/fp, 2 duplex quest quarters w/1BR/1B, full kit & liv rm w/fp in each side (total 4 units) walking trails in mostly woods. Currently a B&B since 2004, could be family compound, corporate retreat. Wildlife exemption in place. $795,000. Owner will divide. See Broker for details. N OF MURCHISON - Beautiful 70-acre farm w/2ac fishing lake, 5/3.5 Texas-style home, horse barn, fenced & crossed fenced. Great place to raise a family, livestock or start a bed & breakfast. $721,000 BEAUTIFUL, COMFORTABLE RANCH IN EAST TEXAS – Large 5BR/3.5B custom-built home w/3 liv areas, granite, crown molding, high-end flooring & appliances, hardy board exterior built in 2010, 13.79 acres of improved pastures, 14’ deep, stocked pond, porches surround, superior neighborhood, barn w/3 horse stalls. Great drive-up appeal! $675,000 4591 STONEBRIDGE - Casual elegance defines this custom 5BR/3FB&2HB home on 3.659± acres w/ great room, tall ceilings, gas fireplace, formal dining, breakfast area, exquisite crown molding, master suite w/fireplace & kitchen w/granite countertops. Other features include 2-car garage, detached 3-car garage w/liv area fabulous landscaped yard & outstanding outdoor pavilion w/complete kitchen. $635,000

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866 559-3478 Lake Shore Land: $13,333 - .33acres in NE OregonViews of Wallowa Lake and the towering trees of the Northwest at its best! Reduced! 6 Lots $80,000 Total. Grizzly Peak: 20± acres of pure hunting and recreational activities! Only $80,000 Soda Mountain: Looking for your private airstrip? This home on 13± acres backs to 37 square miles of Soda Mt. Wilderness Area. REDUCED $583,000 Franke Lakeside Ranch: 6.8 Acres on private lake, great set up for horses! Custom 4,200+sqft home, FULLY furnished! $840,000 A MUST SEE! Windy Creek Ranch: 114± acres of pure S. Oregon beauty! Hay & Cattle operation with Ranch home and potential 2 family setup. $795,000 Busted Bit Ranch: Self-contained off grid property like no other! 320 acres with custom eco-friendly home. REDUCED! $789,000 Syringa Ranch: 38± acres with spacious home, irrigated pastures, fenced xfenced. Ranch life at its best in E. Oregon! $395,000 Mountain Shadow Ranch: Riverfront property with home in S. Oregon. 185 ac. Great for cattle! $497,000 Living Waters Retreat: Multi-family setup, great for retreats! 3 large homes, multiple outbuildings, stalls, hay barn and tack room. 69± acres $900,000 Woodward Creek Ranch: Working cattle ranch on the river in the heart of the Oregon coastal range. Remodeled farm house, outbuildings and views! Excellent hunting & fishing too! $605,000 Pocket Ranch: 5,817 contiguous acres of pure NE Oregon terrain. Quality ranch for cattle grazing with numerous ponds, springs, creeks and private ranch roads. Premier property!

158+ Acres: Custom home, pool, rare mineral rights, 1,500 sq/ft barn w/apt., fenced, fishing pond, private gated rd, 25 min. to Dallas area. Below market @ under $2K/ac. $979K. Owner carry 2nd lien up to $100K. Western relocation: will consider trade for quality property.

Waller County Land Company

(936) 372-9181 • (979) 826-4133 18 Acs. Near FM 1488, fncd, Ag exempt. $10,361/ Ac 25 Acs. 4-3-2, gated, pool, fncd. $549,000 28 Acs. rolling, creek frtg, open & scattered trees, partial fencing. $10,500 28.7 Acs. Field Store, 3-2 manufactured, unrestricted, barn. $325,000 35 Acs. Waller, corner, Ag exempt, fncd, x-fncd, imprvd pastures, pond. $12,900/Ac 41 Acs. Trees, unrestricted, near Hempstead. $9,500/Ac 41 Acs. 3-2.5-3CP, stocked lake, lush gardens, guest home, greenhouses, more. $679,000 46.9 Acs. 3-2.5, stocked pond, barn, pastures. $565,243 63 Acs. Monaville, unrestricted, Ag exempt, trees & pasture. $7,000/Ac 86 Acs. secluded, level, pond, x-fcnd. $6,700/Ac 112.7 Acs. Rolling, wooded & open, creek, fronts 2 roads. $9,750/Ac 119 Acs. 700’ frtg on US Hwy 290 near Hempstead. Unrestricted. $10,500/Ac

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