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ITEMS OF INTEREST 12 Rancher’s Corner: Staging a Rural Property for Sale v

Capitol Creek Ranch page 25

By Craig Bowen Submitted by the Texas Landowners Association

14 v The Future of Rural Real Estate: The International Marketplace and a New Breed of Power Brokers

By Texas Farm & Ranch


8 v Broker Index 10 v Property Index & Map


84 v Additional Properties in the Marketplace Farm & Ranch: Property IDs Find additional information about properties of interest by visiting and entering the number into the Property ID search field on our homepage. Volume 55 Farm&Ranch West


broker index Crater Lake Realty, Inc..............69

Headquarters West, Ltd. Traegen Knight........................... 61

Alain Pinel Realtors............................................68

Dickson Realty............................82

Jordan & Co. Real Estate.........60

Arnold Realty Inc.......................75

Elevation Colorado Ranch Marketing........................70

Keller Williams Southwest Associates LLC.......82

Agri- Enterprises, Inc. Real Estate...................................72

Real Estate

Avery Land..................................34 California Outdoor Properties...................32

Fay Ranches Inc.........................58

Land and Wildlife......................28

Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty................... 41

The Lange Group.......................73

Capture Colorado......................50

Fuller Real Estate........................ 74

The Chickering Company........65

Girten Land Company..............67

Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC....................48

Hall and Hall............................... 71

Clark Company Ranch Real Estate......................66 Coldwell Banker Chris Kutzkey, Realtors............ 81

Rafter R Bar Ranch page 39


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Leadbetter Webster Land Co.... 71

Lewis | Duerr | Grassell...........35

Live Water Properties................46

Harrigan Land Company LLC....44

Lone Eagle Land Brokerage, Inc..................52

Hayden Outdoors......................30

Long Realty-Benson..................78

Longview Ranch page 33

Mason & Morse Ranch Company........................ 18

RE/MAX Two Rivers Realty, Inc...............79

Farm & Ranch West Two Rivers Realty, Inc.

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Mason & Morse Ranch Company William George..........................23

RE/MAX Mountain West.........64

Mountain West • Lario Team

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Mason Real Estate Inc................ 76

Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty Ren Martyn...........................................................42

Managing Editor Jamie Destouet

Mirr Ranch Group.....................24

Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty Pam Vannatta.......................................................43

Director of Marketing Susan Vick

Oeding Real Estate Inc.............63

Swan Land Company................54

Sales Representatives Christy Payne Nancy Killian

Oregon Opportunities Real Estate...................................77

Tomlinson Sotheby’s International Realty...................83

Pearson Realty................................81

Trails West Real Estate.............83

Pinnacle Real Estate and Development......................80

Van Cleve Associates.................62 Van Cleve Associates

Western Real Estate of Wyoming, Inc.........................38

Ranch Marketing Associates Christy Belton.............................57

Ranch Marketing Associates ....56

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property index

Acres± County

Page Acres± County

Page Acres± County

307.......... Park................... 60

8,184....... Glenn................ 32

316........... Mesa.................. 79

353.......... Gallatin............. 58


12,385..... Colusa............... 32

347.......... Huerfano.......... 51

427.......... Gallatin............. 58

13............. Crook................ 75

16,000..... Tehama............. 62

375.......... Park................... 67

473.......... Beaverhead....... 55

30............. Park................... 39


408.......... Rio Blanco.........31

635............... Lewis and Clark.....55

42............. Park................... 40

444.......... Grand................ 23

678............... Lewis and Clark.....55

48............. Park................... 74

460.......... Gunnison......... 64

1,050....... Gallatin............. 59

52............. Park................... 40

8............... Routt...................31 8............... La Plata............. 82

495.......... San Miguel....... 34

1,050....... Gallatin............. 47

58............. Park................... 39

20............. Garfield............. 56

525.......... La Plata............. 70

1,063....... Madison............ 59

85............. Park................... 39

33............. Montrose.......... 71

542.......... Montrose.......... 53

1,967....... Park................... 60

117........... Lincoln.............. 37

34............. Eagle.................. 74

560.......... Eagle.................. 23

2,804....... Beaverhead....... 47

146........... Sublette............. 37

36............. Douglas..............41

587.......... Routt.................. 57

2,964....... Park................... 54

160........... Teton................. 46

37............. Delta.................. 64

650.......... Weld.................. 30

200.......... Teton................. 36

710........... Montrose.......... 53

3,000........... Lewis and Clark.....54

40............. Grand................ 23

5,665....... Gallatin............. 55

240.......... Fremont............ 74

40............. Jefferson.............41

758.......... Montrose.......... 52

5,870....... Deer Lodge...... 55

260.......... Lincoln.............. 36

42............. Huerfano...........41

780.......... Garfield............. 21

48............. Rio Blanco.........31 50............. Grand................ 27 57............. Gunnison......... 79 70............. Delta.................. 76 70............. Delta.................. 64 72............. San Miguel....... 34

801........... Routt.................. 43 891........... Park................... 67 923.......... Gunnison......... 45 1,040....... Huerfano.......... 74 1,040....... Routt.................. 42 1,096....... Park................... 50 1,140....... Huerfano.......... 74 1,328....... Pitkin................. 25

83............. Larimer............. 72

1,400....... Douglas............. 45

90............. Mesa.................. 76

1,520....... Routt.................. 71

69............. Cochise............. 78

90............. Park................... 46

1,520....... Routt.................. 23

118........... Apache.............. 61

105........... La Plata............. 70

1,577....... Delta.................. 76

11,040..... Apache.............. 61

107........... Routt.................. 42

1,766....... Montrose.......... 71

26,699.... Apache.............. 61

110........... Gunnison......... 64

1,880....... Montrose.......... 53

42,452.... Coconino.......... 61

116........... Grand................ 23

2,455....... Montrose.......... 52


137.......... Eagle.................. 21



1............... Shasta................ 68 7............... Contra Costa... 68 8............... Shasta................ 68 9............... Trinity................ 47


275.......... Mesa.................. 76

74............. Routt.................. 42

Acres± County

Page Acres± County

4,770....... Siskiyou............ 68

142........... Grand................ 67 148........... Mesa.................. 79 148........... Weld.................. 72 151........... Montrose.......... 56 152.......... Pitkin................. 44

3,400....... Gunnison......... 42 3,558....... Montrose.......... 27 4,912....... Eagle.................. 26 5,034....... Routt.................. 24 8,686....... Jackson............. 43 55,486.... Custer................ 56

8,688....... Deer Lodge...... 18

330.......... Crook................ 75

9,280....... Big Horn........... 26

389.......... Teton................. 35

9,280....... Rosebud............ 26

451........... Crook................ 75

12,169..... Sweet Grass..... 58

595.......... Lincoln.............. 46

New Mexico

605.......... Park................... 38

25............. Lincoln.............. 80 88............. Lincoln.............. 22 162........... Lincoln.............. 80 350.......... Catron............... 22 450.......... Rio Arriba......... 44 1,041....... Lincoln.............. 80 2,300....... San Miguel....... 54 10,000..... Harding............. 56 18,317..... Rio Arriba......... 22 21,661..... Catron............... 45


935.......... Fremont............ 74 949.......... Park................... 30 1,100....... Sublette............. 36 1,160....... Crook................ 75 1,620....... Hot Springs...... 38 1,661....... Big Horn........... 36 1,842....... Campbell.......... 75 2,300....... Lincoln.............. 37 2,777....... Carbon.............. 45 4,269....... Converse........... 48 5,166....... Goshen............. 49 5,733....... Albany............... 49

48............. Washoe............. 82

7,200....... Laramie............. 44


9,146....... Platte................. 26

42............. Josephine.......... 28

35,700.... Natrona............. 49

50............. Benton............... 28

39,335.... Carbon.............. 48

60............. Jackson............. 28

44,657.... Johnson............ 48

28,312..... Natrona............. 49

154.......... Routt.................. 43


159.......... Jefferson............ 26

9............... Bonneville........ 37

160........... Huerfano.......... 50

20............. Bonner.............. 83

160........... Park................... 27

26............. Johnson............ 36

160........... Routt.................. 42

128.......... Lemhi................ 63

2,734....... Curry................. 28

174........... Douglas..............41

191........... Teton................. 37

2,841....... Klamath............ 69

86................. San Luis Obispo.....66

204.......... Park................... 67

300.......... Lemhi................ 63

5,285....... Klamath............ 69

107........... Siskiyou............ 68

208.......... Huerfano.......... 51

723.......... Teton................. 46

12,000..... Grant................. 69

336.......... Siskiyou............ 32

210........... Routt.................. 43


37,352..... Umatilla............ 29

2,000....... Lyon................... 30

553.......... El Dorado......... 33

225.......... Teller...................41


14,486..... Klamath............ 69

422.......... Calaveras.......... 33

59............. Ravalli............... 58

234.......... Park................... 67

90............. Lincoln.............. 83


1,920....... Gove.................. 30

780.......... Tehama............. 33 2,995....... Tehama............. 65

252.......... Park................... 67

120.......... Park................... 60

160........... Wasatch............ 73

South Dakota

3,000....... Plumas.............. 65

271.......... Routt.................. 43

130.......... Park................... 60

183.......... Summit............. 73

7,670....... Ziebach............. 48

13............. Tuolumne......... 68 34................. San Luis Obispo.....66

40............. Kings................. 81 43............. Siskiyou............ 81 84................. San Luis Obispo.....66 86................. San Luis Obispo.....66


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155.......... Jefferson............ 47 913........... Jackson............. 77

Outside the Region


12,400..... Chubut Province............ 27






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


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

Colorado Adams Alamosa Arapahoe Archuleta Baca Bent Boulder Chaffee

22 52 23 59 63 55 11 34

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

Hawaii Hawaii Honolulu

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

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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


13 12

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

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


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

33 51 50 16 5 41 10 37 44 53

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

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

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

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


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

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

Rancher’s Corner S taging


R ural P roperty F or S ale

Craig Bowen, Plateau Land & Wildlife Management

What is the second thing a residential real estate agent does after getting a listing? The agent has the property staged to facilitate a maximum sales price. Most residential estate agents know what staging is, yet it remains uncommon for rural property owners to stage the rural land they are trying to sell. There may not be an easy way to quantify this, but there likely are more rural properties that have zero make-ready work done to them than properties that have had some staging. How should an agent go about staging an entire ranch? First impressions matter, so an entre must be made. If the first thing a prospective buyer sees is a run-down gate with too much space along the posts and a rusty lock, a negative opinion is quickly formed. Real estate agents use terms like “quaint” and “utilitarian,” but really, these eyesores should be remedied and at reasonable costs. The showing route on a rural property is paramount. The route itself should be free of rough patches. Imagine a buyer thinking spending ten million on a property, and being bounced around for an hour or two driving the property. It makes no sense to put a qualified buyer through this when a week of road work only costs around five thousand dollars – it can literally make the difference to a buyer not accustomed to rough ranch roads! Invasive brush is probably the most common large-scale defect of most rural properties, particularly in the Edwards Plateau and greater Hill Country. Consistent historical overgrazing has exacerbated already bad ash, juniper, and prickly pear problems caused by fire suppression and fragmentation, and most landowners do not have an actionable brush management plan. Controlling brush around the showing route and other main attractions like ponds, hunting locations, scenic overlooks, large, visible hardwood trees, and other key areas can really bolster the way a property shows. If the property has great views, some chainsaw work may be useful to enhance these views by taking out less desirable trees and brush which may be obstructing a multi-million dollar view. The way the pastures look on a rural property is important. Green grass and wildflowers sell property. An easy way to ensure the pastures look good on a ranch is to remove or reduce the livestock herd. This allows the property to take advantage of spring rains, heal a little from historical grazing, and put forth its best face to prospective buyers. If tax considerations are an issue, it is wise to file for a rest period with your county appraisal district, which can usually be done 2 out of any 7-year period. If there is a lucrative grass lease involved, talk to the seller and the lessee to work out a rotational grazing program or a rest period during key months (April – June) to ensure there is at least some fresh, green growth in the pastures. Another side effect of rest from livestock is that all those muddy ponds are likely to clear up with the absence of hoof action, and will photograph and show much better. If the property has good hunting and wildlife potential, one should either leave current corn and protein feeders operational and full, or invest some money in new corn feeders and put them in appropriate areas around the property. These feeders will attract wildlife and encourage the wildlife to move around and potentially be seen more often than if they were not coming to artificial feed. An agent can also feed roads using a tailgate feeder (or a bag of corn hanging out of the window) prior to a showing to attract birds, deer, and small mammals to the roads so they can be observed by a potential buyer.

When feeding roads, one must be sure the

away. If there are troughs in the working pens

attractant is thrown to the side of the road or

and electricity at the barn, one make sure these

between the ruts so the buyer is not looking at a

items are functional and cleaned.

trail of corn. Bird seed, chicken scratch, protein

If there are water wells on the property, the

pellets, and standard deer corn are all good

seller must know how many, their depths, their

attractant choices for feeding roads. The positive

locations, and ensure that they are functional

effects of seeing wildlife during a showing

and look good. A “well house” or covering or a

cannot be overestimated – most buyers today

water well is a valuable addition and assures the

– cleaned, de-cluttered, any over-personalized touches removed, and any obvious cosmetic or mechanical defects repaired. Many expensive improvements may not be warranted. However, attending to basic staging needs can help a buyer visualize the potential of the property. In turn, this will increase the likelihood of getting an offer near asking price. Spending 1-5% of the asking price should be an acceptable risk for most sellers. It does not matter whether one is selling a gentleman’s ranch or a sprawling working cattle ranch, a little work towards staging, and making the property appealing, can seal the are buying for recreation, and most of the time

buyer the well has been taken care of. If there

deal. The listed property is the final product, so

that recreation centers around nature, so show

is a windmill which needs reasonable repairs,

one should not get caught in the trap thinking

them some nature!

one must make sure they get done – a working

that rural properties do not have to be shiny

windmill is attractive to buyers, and solidifies

and look new – they do, and the better a rural

the fact that they are buying a piece of Texas.

property is staged, the better it will sell.

Barns and working pens are a great addition to rural properties. Working pens show the prospective buyer that they are buying a

If minerals are part of the sale, it is imperative

“ranch,” and there is likely some good history

the listing agent is informed about the mineral

to talk about with them. Barns offer places to

ownership of the property, and what is available

store equipment, and when in good shape, add

for purchase. Running a mineral title is not easy

overall value to the property. However, these

or cheap in some cases, but a savvy buyer will

locations tend to accumulate junk, turning what

not make an offer until this step is complete.

should be an attractive feature into a blemish. A

Besides that, it makes the listing agent and the

day should be taken to clean up around these

seller look ignorant to say, “Well, we don’t know

areas – rusty pipes, rotten wood, old trash,

exactly what’s owned, but we are conveying half

vehicles, and other items should all be cleared

at the asking price.” That type of information is not acceptable, and does not help sell the property. Depending on the property’s location, mineral interests are extremely important and a valuable property interest itself. Likewise, a seller must know his water rights. If there is a home on the property, special attention must be paid to the area surrounding the house. Rural buyers are buying land first, and a home, if it exists, second. The yard,

The article “Staging a Rural Property For Sale”

outdoor kitchen, garage or carport, dog pens,

was submitted and used with permission of

and landscaping should all be kept as if someone

the Texas Landowners Association. For more

was living on the property. The interior of the

information on the TLA, please call 888 979-1744

home must be staged just as if it was in a suburb

or visit

Feature Editorial

Texas Farm & Ranch magazine takes a look at the Changing Farm & Ranch Landscape, the International Marketplace and a New Breed of Farm & Ranch Power Brokers By Texas Farm & Ranch

When the estate of a wealthy German businessman needed to be sold off several years ago, the heirs turned to Sotheby’s Auction House, the world’s oldest, to dispose of the man’s art collection and other valuables. Sotheby’s sold off the entire estate, except for one item. The heirs didn’t have a clue how to market a 4,000-acre ranch far away in the Texas Hill Country. But Sotheby’s did. It turned to an affiliated company, Sotheby’s International Realty, and an elite group of highly skilled and experienced farm and ranch brokers to handle the ranch sale. The task was handed to Rick Kuper with Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty in nearby San Antonio. Six months later the ranch was sold for $18 million. On the west coast, when a Hong Kong investor was looking to buy a ranch in California, he did extensive research on available properties and ultimately turned to Suzanne Perkins, a Sotheby’s

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International Realty broker in Santa Barbara. Consistently ranked among the top 50 best U.S. real estate agents, Perkins had gained considerable exposure in selling the 3,200-acre Bar-Go Ranch in Santa Ynez, CA, for $22 million and the Cojo/Jalama Ranch for $155 million. With Perkins as his broker, the Chinese investor looked at large ranches throughout California and recently purchased a very large avocado ranch. In Colorado, Mark Overstreet with Sotheby’s Lloyd and Overstreet is marketing an authentic western town, the Wild Eagle Lodge and Rose City. On 3,500 acres, the town is a high-technology replica, complete with its own saloon and stagecoach. The story of Rose City’s proposed sale for $23 million appeared in a British newspaper and caught the attention of a South African businessman, who already owns a home in Switzerland, the Bahama and a vineyard in South Africa. He is proposing to add Rose City to his residences where he can retire and be a cowboy. “The business is changing rapidly and international investors are eager to break into the American luxury markets,” said Overstreet, who sold the 176,000-acre Forbes Trinchera Ranch in Colorado for $175 million. In early 2012, responding to the growing demand for premium assets involving farm and ranch properties, Sotheby’s International Realty formally organized its team of elite rural property brokers into a distinctive Farm and Ranch division. Sotheby’s recognized a dynamic and escalating demand for unique assets worldwide, which fulfilled the aspirations for buyers interested in recreational and lifestyle opportunities such as hunting, fishing, equestrian and polo pursuits. They also included agricultural and cattle operations which often defy easy categorization and were not frequently serviced by luxury real estate firms. Owning ranches also has the appeal of being away from the millions of people who live in cities. Sotheby’s International Realty recognized that for many publicityshy billionaires and celebrities, who crave a

place to live in privacy, ranches gave them the space and seclusion they covet. Often set in hundreds, thousands or tens of thousands of private acres, ranches offered a place for every sporting activity imaginable, space to land a private jet or helicopter and plenty of room to accommodate family and friends. “Ranches provide a sense of one’s own private fiefdom, which appeals to the psychology of the sort of people who can afford

Suzanne Perkins Sotheby’s Santa Barbara Suzanne sold the Cojo/Jalama Ranch for $155 million

it and who want to control the world around them,” said Bernard Uechtritz, an international real estate adviser to Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty in Dallas. The landscape of global marketing and the expertise required for buying and selling farm and ranch properties has changed rapidly in recent years. A new mix of buyers has entered the arena. Now a rancher, once limited to a customer base of other ranchers, can showcase his ranch property to investors across the world. As it launched its Farm and Ranch Division, Sotheby’s International Realty also created a related website, which afforded the land-seeking consumer for the first

Bill Fandel Telluride Sotheby’s International Realty Fandel spearheaded the formation of Sotheby’s Farm & Ranch rural power broker group.

time a global search platform dedicated to billions of dollars in active farm, ranch and recreational real estate listings worldwide. At the time, there were more than $1 billion in significant sales by the firm. Sotheby’s International Realty had quietly amassed an impressive dossier of significant sales of trophy farms and ranches. In addition to the Forbes ranch in Colorado, the Cojo/Jalama Ranch and the Bar-Go Ranch in the Santa Barbara/ Santa Ynez area, other notable and public transactions included: • Wyoming: $110 million Bar B C Ranch and $48m Little Jennie Ranch in Jackson Hole $175 million Forbes Ranch • Colorado: $46.5 million BootJack Ranch, $44 million Wildcat Ranch • Oregon: $38 million Ochoco Ranch • Texas: Multiple publicly recorded transactions ranging between $20 and $75 million • Canada-Kenauk: a 65,000-acre hunting and fishing reserve last listed at $79m outside Ottawa • South Africa: Games reserves to $30 million • Latin America: Haciendas to $35 million • New Zealand: Multiple sales of sheep stations between $5 and $35 million • Notable sales with unpublished prices and sales of the storied properties such as Calumet Farm in Kentucky and Tranquility in Lake Tahoe, listed at $75 million. Note: Many Sotheby’s sales in excess of $100 million go unpublished. Bill Fandel, a broker with Telluride Sotheby’s International Realty, helped

spearhead the formation of this specific niche within Sotheby’s. He said the goal of the original advisory group was to identify accomplished brokers within the firm who were active in this market segment across the globe, strategically target opportunities best served by the firm’s global footprint and organize a hub of marketing and communication that promoted best practices and fostered cross-marketing opportunities among the group. “Over the course of the last decade, as the interests of our global clientele continued to broaden, a group of seasoned professionals within the Sotheby’s International Realty brand recognized a unique opportunity to create, deliver and service a truly global search platform which showcased assets to a worldwide audience in what had been to date a highly fragmented market segment serviced primarily by local and regional players,” Fandel said. “While many of these competing firms and agents are highly skilled in their businesses, they were unable to expose farm, ranch and recreational opportunities to a universe of high net-worth clients that span the globe. With more than 45 percent of the visitors to our firm’s global website originating outside the U.S. in 2014, we have the unique proposition of offering a content rich property search portal, translation software, marketing and office support and ultimately buyer and seller representation to a diverse clientele spanning the globe,” he said. “The resources and advisers needed to guide international clientele have become ever more critical. No regional or national brokerage, regardless of their past competence, can credibly compete with Sotheby’s International Realty in offering global reach and seamless professional representation to this growing universe of international buyers and sellers.” Colorado, one of the most popular destinations for ranch and recreational buyers, has deep coverage. There are 29 Sotheby’s International Realty offices in Colorado, from Denver to the Vail Valley, Aspen to Telluride, Boulder to Crested Butte, and two newer offices in Steamboat Springs and the Durango area. Worldwide, Sotheby’s International Realty has 700 offices with 14,500 sales agents in 52 countries. Whether a buyer is seeking a farm or ranch in the U.S. or the finest haciendas and estancias throughout Central and South America, recreational and cultural retreats in Europe and hunting and fishing lodges in New Zealand and Australia, no other real estate firm in the world offers truly global access into these specialized market segments. Australian Bernard Uechtritz has

taken his global real estate expertise to Texas and engineered the sale of luxury and ranch real estate from Australia to California and Texas since 1993. Uechtritz, one of the latest members of the Ranch & Land division, has often tackled difficult, even controversial luxury and ranch real estate sales. Since 2013, he has hung his hat with the Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty Ranch & Land group. Last March, Uechtritz spent two weeks in Dubai and Abu Dhabi with Robbie Briggs and the Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s team, combining the opening of the Sotheby’s International Realty’s Dubai office with the opportunity to engage global buyers and investors who are trading and developing American and Australian properties. “Ranches are the world’s great underthe-radar property buy,” Uechtritz said. “They offer everything from a fairytale romantic cowboy lifestyle to all types of revenue streams as well as land bank security of money and development or conservation opportunities to the extraction of oil and gas and other energy or world food chain supply.” Uechtritz said the Sotheby’s International Realty’s elite Farm and Ranch brokers are working with buyers from around the world who are asking for everything from iconic name ranches and huge farm acreage to golf courses and boating lakes, smaller retreats and equestrian properties. “As the old saying goes, the best investment on earth is earth! They aren’t making any more of it. And that is particularly true of some of the iconic ranches that we have in Texas and the Western regions. Legendary properties, such as the King and Waggoner ranches, the Four Sixes and the Pitchfork, have shaped both history and industries within our state and the nation and even impacted the world in various ways. These, of course, are national treasures, and would be priceless if they ever hit the market. However, there are investors, conservationists and those wishing to own and protect a piece of cowboy history and romance who will spend several million dollars to hundreds of millions or even over a billion dollars for the right property. Incredible opportunities are out there,” he said. Mark Overstreet in Colorado has selling high-end trophy properties in the blood. In 1958, Overstreet’s grandfather participated in the liquidation sale of the Wesley Pyle Cattle Co. in Texas where the 639,000 acres sold for $2.3 million. Today, in addition to selling trophy properties to celebrities and international investors, Overstreet and his partner Volume 55 Farm&Ranch West


Rick Kuper Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty San Antonio

Brittany Lloyd are flying off to Canada to meet buyers at breakfast during the world-famous Calgary Stampede or jetting to the Hamptons and Los Angeles. Lloyd just returned from Thailand to meet with buyers of American ranches. “U.S. properties are the most attractive investment for wealthy foreigners,” Overstreet said, “because the American real estate system and its legal system are very mature. And you can own the land, not just lease it like in so many other countries.” Kuper said his San Antonio firm, which is handling the sale of one of Texas’ most iconic properties, the Y.O. Ranch (listed by Robert Dullnig, Broker Associate) in Mountain Home, has dealt with buyers of Texas ranches and farms from 40 different states and dozens of countries. “There is something here for everyone,” the native San Antonian said. “We live in a very global society. The world is getting smaller every day,” he said. Perkins agrees. Since the real estate recession has receded, new investors from around the world are looking at large California properties. At the same time, Californians are looking to Texas and other western states that have more favorable tax environments and economies. Kuper recently helped a couple with children relocate to 200-acre ranch on the Guadalupe River. John Pierce, Dave and Brandon Spackman and Tom Evans are among the elite ranch and farm brokers in Jackson Hole. Pierce, formerly a partner in a smaller regional ranch real estate sales company, recently made the transition to Sotheby’s International Realty in part because of its global positioning, marketing and networking opportunities that the powerful brand offers both him


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and his clients. He is seeing the greatest demand for Rocky Mountain recreational ranches coming from wealthy Americans, from the East Coast, Chicago and Texas. They use it as a second home, a place to pass on their values to their children and grandchildren, Pierce said. Many international buyers and funds are looking more to acquire operational farmland, land they can add to their portfolios that not only will appreciate in value over time, but will pay for themselves in the short term. But every seller of a ranch or farm, Pierce said, has heard that the foreign investors are coming. So they turn to Sotheby’s International Realty to help them market their properties internationally. That is one of the benefits of working with Sotheby’s International Realty, Kuper said. The firm’s global network is extraordinary and the best in the business. “If you have an appetite for a ranch anywhere in the world, you just need to ask Sotheby’s to find it.” Recognizing that wealthy Chinese with a few million Yuan to burn will spend billions on U.S. real estate in the years ahead, Sotheby’s received approval this year to conduct business in mainland China and will be celebrating the opening of its new offices as Beijing Sotheby’s International Realty in 2014. Robbie Briggs, who owns Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty Dallas, has spent several years living in and visiting China, building relationships with the Chinese businessmen and investors. Just last year, Briggs led a fourmember team of international real estate experts on a 12-day, five-city tour of China to spark the interest in North Texas properties. “In each city, we found Chinese businessmen, wealthy investors and professionals who have a strong interest in U.S. real estate,” Briggs said. “They have a strong desire to own Texas ranches, farms and land.” Briggs has also hosted several delegations of Chinese businessmen and investors in the Dallas office of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty to discuss the growing global interest in land, particularly in Texas farm and ranch land. According to a report by CB Richard Ellis, a large global commercial real estate firm, the U.S., and particularly Texas and California, are at the top of the list for Chinese buyers. Canada and Australia come in next at No. 2 and No. 3, respectively. While much of the Chinese investment to date has focused on buying everything from shopping centers to individual homes, rich Chinese individuals and savvy

corporations are looking closely at rural land as well as properties in the large cities. Similar moves happened with the Japanese back in the 1980s. Now most experts believe it is China’s turn. And by most estimates, they are snatching up high end real estate across America. Much of the focus has been on California properties, but Sotheby’s is working with Chinese investors looking to acquire stable, financially secure properties throughout the west. “Whether it is Chinese, Australian, Latin American or European investors, or a physician from Philadelphia, the lure of farm and ranch properties, particularly in Texas and western states, has great appeal,” said Uechtritz, who believes ranches have always been and will always be in part a trophy property with associated bragging rights as well as having cathartic getaway emotional elements entwined in every sale regardless of where it is located, how big it is, or what the use or history is. Uechtritz concluded, “When you hire one Sotheby’s International Realty agent or broker in our Farm and Ranch group, you actually get us all – all our resources, all our connections, all our offices across our network, along with the regional and corporate marketing, all of our respective spheres of influence and all our marketing penetration , whether it’s reaching buyers down the street, across the nation or around the world, that’s a pretty lethal combination of assets and brand power for any seller.”

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Feature Ranch

“They were a rugged set of men, these pioneers, well qualified for their self-assumed task. In the pursuit of wealth a few succeeded and the majority failed, the range cattle industry has seen its inception, zenith, and partial extinction all within a half-century. The changes of the past have been many; those of the future may be of even more revolutionary character.� -Conrad Kohrs, 1913

Broken Circle Ranch Montana v Powell County v Deer Lodge Valley


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In Montana ranching history and roots run

well as providing lush riparian habitat where a

deep. The Broken Circle Ranch in the Deer

multitude of wildlife thrive.

Lodge Valley was once part of the legendary 10

This productive ranch produces over 3,000

million acre Grant Khors cattle empire. True

tons of hay annually. Currently, the owners

pioneers, during this time cattle were fattened

run about 550 cows and sell excess hay. The

on the open range before the days of fencelines

carrying capacity equivalency of the ranch is

and boundaries. Today the headquarters for

approximately 800 animal units. Additional

the historic Grant Khors ranching operation is

pivots or irrigated grounds could be developed

open to the public and just a few miles from

by a new owner to expand the operation further.

the current day Broken Circle Ranch.

Recreation and Wildlife

At over 8,688± deeded acres, the Broken Circle Ranch is one of the largest contiguous ranches available in scenic Western Montana. The ranch is conveniently located in the mountain and agricultural community of Deer Lodge, Montana. The friendly town and County Seat of Powell County is flanked by the scenic Flint Creek Range and towering Mount Powell to the west and the Continental Divide to the east. The beautiful meandering Clark Fork River bisects the valley, which is referred to as the Deer Lodge Valley.

Acreage and Description

Hunting and fishing opportunities on the ranch are second to none. With over 5.5 miles of the Clark Fork River traversing through the lower portion of the ranch, the property is an excellent fishery resource naturally producing 14 to 18 inch rainbow and brown trout. Whitetail deer make the lower portion of the ranch their home and with well-managed hunting practices in place, numerous trophy bucks are harvested each year. In addition to excellent whitetail hunting, the coulees and draws on the upper slopes provide shelter and attract majestic bull elk and big mule deer bucks. The ranch is also

The Broken Circle Ranch has all the essential

home to an abundance of antelope. In fact, two

elements of a premier ranch. Blessed with varied

of the largest scoring antelope west of Billings

terrain, including river, creeks, meadows, hay land,

were harvested on the Broken Circle Ranch!

mountain pastures and quality improvements, this property is an excellent production ranch. The ranch holds USDA-Forest Service Grazing Permit #90056 “Dry Cottonwood” and two leases from the State of Montana for 160 acres and 640 acres, which are operated within the fences of the deeded lands. The subirrigated river bottomlands provide abundant pasture for cattle spring, summer and fall as

“As a professional fly-fishing guide, I spend a lot of time on the water with clients. During my free time I enjoy the opportunity to visit my friends at the Broken Circle Ranch to fish for myself along the scenic and peaceful stretch of the Clark Fork River that winds through the ranch.” -Mark Thompson of “Big Hole Lodge”

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Water & Mineral Rights / Conservation Easement

and corrals. The livestock handling facilities are excellent and include a well-organized corral

The ranch has large adjudications of early priority riparian water rights allowing for plentiful supplies of irrigation water. There are 39 water rights on file with the DNRC. A complete list of water rights is on file with the listing brokers. Mineral rights owned by ranch will convey to buyer. A





the river corridor as well as the agricultural use and riparian habitat has been placed on the lower portion of the ranch by prior owners. The easement covers approximately 3,421 acres, but does not affect the operation of the ranch property.

Improvements Broken Circle Ranch has several well-situated and comfortable homes. An owner’s residence is set to overlook the ranch and offers a dramatic view of Mount Powell, which is the tallest peak in the scenic Flint Creek Range. The ranch consists of four homes, shops, sheds, barns


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system with sorting alley and pens, large feed pens, indoor handling facility and hydraulic chute, a 50,000 pound certified scale for ease of shipping cattle as well as several barns for sorting cows during calving season and heated vet rooms equipped to manage newborns. The ranch is well fenced into numerous pastures with good livestock watering systems. The irrigation development and improvements are top quality affording the ranch excellent hay production. Excellent production capability and recreational amenities available on this ranch create a complete package available for today’s discerning buyer. v “For generations ranching has been a way of life for my family. It is a lifestyle we share with our own children as well. We have enjoyed raising our children on the ranch where they can help with daily cattle operations and also enjoy fishing and hunting as a family too.” -Jereme Nicholson, Co-Owner of Broken Circle Ranch

Reduced to $14,500,000. For more information, please contact Robb Van Pelt, 970-948-0423 or Kimberly Lowry, 406-490-4323 with Mason & Morse Ranch Company. For additional photos and details, please visit Photography by Kenton Rowe

Tybar Ranch Colorado v Garfield County v Carbondale


Located in the central Rocky Mountains, near Aspen, Tybar Ranch consists of 780± acres of scenic and highly productive irrigated land and offers numerous recreational opportunities. Ranch improvements include a main home, two manager/guest apartments, an equipment shed, three hay sheds, numerous corrals and barns that include a barn with an indoor arena area measuring 18,000 square feet and 11 plotted lots are available in a PUD. Co-listed with Rocky Whitworth of Coldwell Banker Mason Morse. $37,500,000. Contact Robb Van Pelt.

Dallenbach Ranch


Colorado v Eagle County v Basalt

The Dallenbach Ranch consists of 137± acres and is bordered on three sides by BLM and state wildlife area with access to thousands of acres. The ranch has senior water rights and over onehalf mile of the Frying Pan River offering private “Gold Medal” fly-fishing along with 20 acres of irrigated meadows. Ranch improvements include a remodeled historic home along with a garage, equipment shed, and several cabins, which have the possibility of being rented year-round. The Dallenbach Ranch is located 30 minutes from Aspen, Colorado with plenty of opportunity for skiing, hiking, rafting, biking and much more! $14,900,000. Contact Rue Balcomb or Robb Van Pelt.

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Rainy Mesa Ranch


New Mexico v Catron County v Reserve

An end-of-the-road location within the Gila National Forest in western New Mexico, the 350±-acre ranch features spectacular hunting combined with a viable ranch operation with a 54,000-acre U.S. Forest Service grazing permit. The area is known for trophy game animals including elk, deer, bear and lion. The ranch is largely tree covered and includes live water and water rights, an owner’s lodge, guest cabins and a manager’s residence. $3,900,000. Contact Robb Van Pelt.

Rancho del Oso Pardo New Mexico v Rio Arriba County v Chama


Extraordinary 1/33rd share of 18,317± of undeveloped acres that includes flowered meadows, timbered hillsides, and sweeping vistas accessible by ranch roads and trails in Colorado, just minutes from Chama, New Mexico. The ranch encompasses approximately ten miles of private access to the Chama River plus twelve alpine lakes, offering one of the finest fishing experiences available in the Rocky Mountains. The ranch offers luxurious lodging, professional managers, and worldclass elk hunting. $1,950,000. Contact Robb Van Pelt.

Canning Bar 6 Farm


New Mexico v Lincoln County v Lincoln

Nestled in the mountains of central New Mexico, the Canning Bar 6 Farm is bountiful in agriculture water, prolific clean clear mountain spring water, and manicured pastures. The farm consists of 88 acres with 65 acres of irrigation/sub-irrigation, which makes the carrying capacity high and the grass rich. The proximity of this farm is remote and has over a mile of the Rio Bonito River flowing through the property. There are multiple improvements on this property, which could be used as a farm, main residence, business or resort. $3,700,000. Contact Scott Burton.

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Quarter Circle 4 Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Toponas

Rayner Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling



Quarter Circle 4 Ranch includes 1,600± deeded acres including 400± acres

The 116+-acre Rayner Ranch has public lands on three sides, water of irrigated meadow, extensive water rights and has a current 4,000±-acre rights, nearly one mile of private fishing in Muddy Creek, irrigated BLM lease. Modest improvements include barns, metal shop and a threepastures, two ponds and includes a 4,000-square-foot home. Price bedroom home. $3,350,000. Contact Bill George at 970-485-1052. reduced to $995,000. Contact Bill George at 970-485-1052.

B I Bar Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

Copper Spur Ranch Colorado v Eagle County v McCoy



The 560-acre Copper Spur Ranch is an exceptional ranch setting only

The B I Bar Ranch consists of 444 acres of high country meadows, aspen 45 minutes from Vail and one hour from Steamboat Springs, Colorado. groves, and sagebrush pastures. The ranch borders public lands on two The ranch has a creek, two fishing ponds, water rights, 150 acres of sides giving the property unparalleled access to some of the best elk hay meadow, is adjacent to BLM land, and has several outbuildings and mule deer hunting. The ranch offers several exquisite building sites. including barns, chicken coop, shop, green house, bunk house, and a $995,000. Contact Bill George at 970-485-1052.

small modest home. $2,500,000. Contact Bill George at 970-485-1052.

Rim Rock Canyon Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Parshall


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

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Sitting in its own serene and secluded valley only seven miles north of the resort town of Steamboat Springs, lies the Big Creek Ranch. With over 5,000 acres, this is the largest property of its kind in the US near a major world-class ski resort. The ranch is practically surrounded by hundreds of thousands of acres of national forest, making this wild and vast retreat seem infinitely larger. Boasting over five miles of private fishing along the enhanced

Big Creek Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

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Big Creek, the ranch also offers several other creeks, springs and ponds, abundant wildlife and




Contact Ken Mirr. Property ID: 48065


Capitol Creek Ranch Colorado v Pitkin County v Aspen

At 1,328 acres, the historic Capital Creek Ranch is one of the largest contiguous tracts of deeded ground in Pitkin County, Colorado. This end-of-the-road ranch is adjacent to the Snowmass/Maroon Bells Wilderness, and set against the backdrop of the dramatic snowcapped West Elk Range and Haystack Mountain. The property is protected in perpetuity by a conservation easement allowing five building envelopes of up to 5,000 square feet each. Capital Creek meanders through over three miles of the property. Characterized by irrigated meadows and gently sloping aspen hillsides, the property is stunningly scenic, and offers multiple opportunities for year-round recreational activities such as snowshoeing, crosscountry skiing, fishing, hiking, hunting and horseback riding. Capital Creek Ranch offers the ultimate private mountain solitude within 30 minutes of Aspen. $27,000,000. Contact Jeff Hubbard or Pat Lancaster. Property ID: 48068

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The Wolf Mountain Ranch is truly a western big-

Wolf Mountain Ranch

game hunter’s paradise in an incredibly scenic

Montana v Big Horn & Rosebud Counties v Colstrip

mountain setting. The property is comprised of 9,280± deeded acres in the heart of the Little Wolf Mountains in southeastern Montana. Worldclass elk and mule deer have been harvested on this legendary ranch and in the surrounding area. Accommodations include a tastefully built hunting lodge and metal shop. In addition to the world-class hunting, the ranch supports a viable agricultural operation. Listed in cooperation with Wildlife Resources LLC & exclusively marketed by Mirr Ranch Group LLC. $13,900,000. Contact Duffy Brown. Property ID: 45859

McCoy Land & Cattle Colorado v Eagle & Routt Counties v McCoy


McCoy Land & Cattle is a remarkably exclusive and scenic ranch in the Vail Valley area near the small town of McCoy, Colorado. With over 4,900 acres (1,092± deeded and 3,820± BLM lease), this ranch

Halleck Canyon Ranch Wyoming v Platte County v Wheatland

represents a rare opportunity to own such a large property close to Vail. The ranch is situated within the Colorado River corridor and features sweeping views looking down and across the river and


surrounding mountains. The south facing headquarters is nestled up against a backdrop of dramatic The Halleck Canyon Ranch offers 5,512± red rock cliffs and dense pine forest. A number of lush irrigated meadows gently slope down the acres between Laramie and Wheatland, along hillside toward the river, providing grazing and sanctuary to a diversity of wildlife. Several creeks highway 34 and 90± miles from Wyoming’s run year round and meander their way through the property. Improvements include an attractive largest livestock market. This property is well and well-appointed main home and guesthouse, beautifully restored cabins and horse barn, as well managed, amply watered and offers valuable as an outdoor arena and large equipment shop. $7,900,000. Contact Ken Mirr. Property ID: 47767 native grasslands for a large number of yearlings or summer pasture for the cow/calf producer. $2,750,000. Contact Jared Souza or Ken Mirr. Property ID: 44908

Shadow Wild Ranch Colorado v Jefferson County v Indian Hills

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Nestled in the Front Range foothills, the 159-acre Shadow Wild Ranch provides a unique opportunity to experience privacy, wildlife and expansive views, all within 30 minutes of downtown Denver. With year-round access, a three-bedroom home and a historic cabin, this property could serve equally well as a weekend retreat or a primary residence. $2,995,000. Contact Ed Roberson. Property ID: 44907


This spectacular ranch or “Estancia” presents the opportunity of a lifetime in owning a truly picturesque ranch getaway in Patagonia, Argentina. Estancia El Palenque feels like a step back in time to a simpler life, surrounded by natural beauty and unique culture. On the northern end of the famous Corcovado River valley and at the foot of the snow-capped Andes Mountains, the ranch is distinctly situated and very scenic. Recreational opportunities are immense on the ranch and throughout the region. Fly-fishing on

Estancia El Palenque

the Corcovado is world renowned, and having a six-kilometer private stretch provides unbeatable float and wade fishing in a very remarkable set-

Argentina v Chubut Province v Corcovado

ting. Well-appointed improvements are constructed in the traditional Patagonian style by old-school artisans using materials derived right on the ranch. Estancia El Palenque offers an owner considerable value in the agricultural component of the ranch with its traditional cattle operation being run by local managers and gauchos with decades of experience ranching in the valley. $8,900,000. Contact Ken Mirr. Property ID: 47768

Slash Spade Ranch Colorado v Montrose County v Crawford


The 3,558-acre Slash Spade Ranch is a classic Colorado intermountain recreational ranch. The landscape

Three Creeks Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Granby


is gently sloping with beautiful meadows and aspen trees. This fabulous hunting property has loads of Located in Arapaho National Forest, just 45 deer and elk and over-the-counter tags (elk) for residents and non-residents. Sweeping views of dramatic minutes north of Winter Park, this unique snow-capped peaks abound in nearly every direction. The BLM trailhead for the Black Canyon of the 50+/- acre alpine recreational ranch offers 1.25 Gunnison is only a few hundred yards from the property boundary, and the charming town of Crawford miles of private trout fishing water, stunning is only about 10 minutes away. $7,200,000. Contact Jeff Hubbard or Pat Lancaster. Property ID: 45858 views of the Never Summer Range, year-round access, and several potential home sites. The ranch is periodically fished by Freestone Outfitters, a well-known Orvis-endorsed flyfishing guide service, who calls it “the ultimate property for the dry fly enthusiast!” $595,000. Contact Ed Roberson. Property ID: 46142

Stitt Ranch 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

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Golden Gate Land & Timber

Lathrop Lane Family Farm

Oregon v Curry County v Gold Beach


The Golden Gate property provides the owner with the ability to own 2,734 of developable and Oregon v Josephine County v Grants Pass


timbered acres with a destination resort overlay. The views are spectacular featuring the Pacific This family farm hasn’t been on the market Ocean and infamous Rogue River. This land is in the Rogue River Valley offering world-class since 1978 and it sure is a classic farm with salmon fishing, boating and rafting--a true recreational paradise! The property is completely well cared for charm! Located in beautiful closed off from the public, so it has provided a haven to big game including several resident Southern Oregon just minutes from downtown herds of elk and deer (LOP tags). The current owner has developed several large meadows Grants Pass, true to its motto “It’s the Climate”. for the wildlife and has planted the feed plot meadows to provide a protected and stable feed The property, consisting of separate tax lots source. There is a partition approval for 15 parcels including house pads with upgraded and

consist of 41.92± acres (29± irrigated), and

manicured road infrastructure. Many of the home sites have developed infrastructure with three very nice homes ideal for a family comdrilled wells, septic and electric conduits, while other sites have deliberately been left with only pound or rentals. Primary current use is for the developed homesite pad to allow for the future development of solar and wind generation cattle and hay production. Multiple out buildfor the power and springs for the water source. The recent timber cruise was estimated at 32 ings offering plenty of equipment storage and MBF of timber with 8%-12% growth per year. Stuntzer Forestry Engineering projects 3.5-4 character to boot! The amenities and possibiliMBF per year of sustainable harvest and at current timber prices, they estimate the property ties of this property are endless. $1,000,000. could generate a gross income of $1,020,000 per year under proper timber management. Jason Jantzer, 541 973-7180 and Garrett Zoller, $16,750,000. Brad Schaffer, 541 733-9727. Property ID: 48100

541 944-8821. Property ID: 47911


This one-of-a-kind horse and cattle ranch is on both sides of the Long Tom River just outside of Monroe, with convenient access to Corvallis and Eugene. The 50± irrigated acres include lush pasture fenced and cross fenced. The property features two homes with multiple amenities; the main home is a beautiful 5,943-square-foot custom lodge-style with vaulted ceilings and features a geothermal HVAC system, heated travertine tile floors in the master bath, hickory floors and cabinets. The home is equipped with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and offers a large office. The second home is a charming ranch house with a nice barn, ideal for a ranch hand, rental or the mother-in-law. The views are unsur-

Long Tom River Ranch Oregon v Benton County v Monroe

passed with the well done landscaping and water feature. There is an eight-stall horse barn with runs and a 270x135 roping arena, hay barn and corrals. The feeder barn and shop help complete this movein ready property. The property additionally offers eight, one acre irrigated lots that could potentially be developed. $1,250,000. Terry Hanscom, 541 944-4738. Property ID: 48103


Come and see this highly desirable 60±-acre ranch, with over 34 acres under irrigation and in the heart of prime farmland! Tucked below Rogue Valleys Upper Table Rock, it abuts Nature Conservancy & the historic Rogue River Ranch. Surrounded by vineyards, orchards and cattle ranches is where you will find the 2,930-square-foot ranch home featuring three bedrooms, two baths, built in

Table Rock Ranch Oregon v Jackson Co. v Central Point

1905 from stone and rock from the ranch with lasting workmanship. It was remodeled in the 60s and has old world ranch warmth & charm. The walls are approximately 2 feet thick which makes this house very energy efficient. Take a dip in your in ground pool or relax on the porch and take in the beautiful views of Southern Oregon. The charming care takers home is a grandfathered dwelling ™

and ideal for the out of town visitors or ranch hand. There is a stocked bass pond fed by a spring and the old red barn has good bones with great character. The ranch is currently in high yield hay production, however would lend itself well as a horse property or vineyard with the very desirable soils. It is completely fenced and four-rail cross fenced. The location is only 10 minutes to Rogue Valley International Airport. This property has it all! $825,000. Wes Walton, 541 840-8685. Property ID: 48098


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Cable Creek Ranch Oregon v Umatilla County v Ukiah


The pristine Cable Creek Ranch is located in Northeast Oregon nestled in the heart of the Blue Mountain Range with 2 sides bordering National Forest. The parcels are centrally located between Ukiah and Pilot Rock offering all the traditional conveniences of shopping, entertainment and the Pendleton Round Up! This prosperous cattle/hunting operation has a carrying capacity of 10,252 AUMs. This land is also known for its world-class hunting,

including: Rocky Mountain elk, mule deer, antelope, pheasant, chukar, quail, grouse, wild turkey and plentiful numbers of duck and geese and multiples in LOP tags. This trophy property additionally offers nine homes, including a 7,500-square-foot owner’s estate and a detached 6,000-square-foot trophy room to display your collections. Just out the front door is an Olympic spec, lighted, five-station trap shooting range. Improvements also include two runways; 4,900x90 paved and a small grass airstrip with a hangar. The 6,000-square-foot, custom five-bay shop is perfect for the RV, boat and toys. The 37,352± deeded acres include $50,000± in CRP income and is known for its tall mountains, deep timbered canyons, rivers, valleys, lush farm lands and hundreds of acres in Merchantable Timber. This amazing ranch has it all! Your life in the real West starts here. Bring your hat, horse and boots! $29,000,000. Garrett Zoller, 541 944-8821 and Tim O’Neil, 541 480-3682. Property ID: 46993


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 located 38 scenic miles east of Roseburg. Steamboat Inn is located 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 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. Tim O’Neil, 541 480-3682 and Garrett Zoller, 541 944-8821. Property ID: 42596

Steamboat Inn Oregon v Douglas County v Roseburg


The well-known Shelter Cove Resort & Marina on Odell Lake is available for sale! The resort has been in the same hands for 15 years and has been cared for like a loved one. Every aspect of the resort is done with precision and attention to detail. The owners have set aside their lives for a decade and a half to make this resort very profitable and a dream vacation destination. It is time for retirement! Odell Lake has some of the best high cascade lake trout and Kokanee fishing in Oregon. The resort features: a general store, owner home, 74 RV spaces with power, 8 cabins all with their own docks,

Shelter Cove Resort & Marina Oregon v Klamath Co. v Oakridge

Kokanee Lodge (four town homes), foundation poured for a second lodge, 132 boat slips, four employee homes, laundry and showers, boat ramp, gas on the water, fully equipped 50x60 tool shop, two storage barns, office, all equipment in-

cluded (inquire for list) and approval for a restaurant. This is an opportunity of a lifetime! The resort is on beautiful Hwy 58 just 60 miles southeast of Eugene, Oregon and 60 miles southwest of Bend. Give me a call and let me show you around this pristine, profitable resort and marina. $4,000,000. Tim O’Neil, 541 480-3682 and Garrett Zoller, 541 944-8821. Property ID: 42553 Volume 55 Farm&Ranch West


Braum’s Farm Auction

Absolute Auction - August 28, 2014 Kansas v Lyon County v Emporia


Approximately 2,000 acres of land with 1,700± acres of newly established alfalfa will go to Public Auction at the Bowyer Community

Flying River Ranch Wyoming v Park County v Meeteetse


Building in Emporia, Kansas on August 28, 2014 at 2 PM CST. This This 949.1-acre world class ranch has it all: hunting, a trophy trout farm features two new large hay barns, a new shop building and a stream, production ground, water rights, and the perfect combination three-bedroom, two-bath home with full finished basement. The entire of privacy and convenience. Located 30 miles from Cody, Wyoming, property is within five miles of Emporia on good county roads. The and just two miles from the small western ranch town of Meeteetse, land offers numerous ponds and possible residential development the ranch is part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, and its two potential. Tracts will be sold in acreages from 160 to 480 acres at a time. miles of outstanding river make the ranch one of the most diverse Two small tracts of 8+ and 50+ acres will also be offered. Mineral rights in all of the United States. With 20-inch plus fish caught on a daily are intact and go to the buyer. Contact Leo Hayden, 785 821-3683, basis, this is undoubtedly one of the top fisheries in the state. To add Property ID: 47977

to the diversity of this ranch, trophy white-tailed and mule deer, elk and antelope all share the Flying River Ranch’s hay meadows as a nightly feeding ground. This is truly a sportsman’s paradise. Contact Dax Hayden or Bill Vacek. Property ID: 47632

Gove County Farm & Ranch Kansas v Gove County v Quinter


This 1,920-acre tract of dryland cultivation and native grassland is six miles south and one mile west of Quinter, Kansas, with good road access. It offers a good farming, grazing and hunting investment.

St. Vrain River Ranch

The land features rolling to level terraced dryland composed of good soils. The grass is level to rolling with two draws. The fences are good to average and the water is good, with wells and underground pipes


Colorado v Weld County v Platteville

to tanks. There is also a windmill and a dam. This contiguous tract One of the last large tract sanctuaries along the I-25 corridor in is perfect for a farmer/stockman. Mineral rights go to the buyer on Colorado, this unique 817-acre property offers unlimited potential. 1,280 acres and are withheld on 640 acres in Section 1, Township 13, Located just 3.5 miles east of I-25 on Highway 66, this property has incredible development potential on 100± acres overlooking Range 27. $2,700,000. Contact Leo Hayden. Property ID: 47930 650± acres of your own St. Vrain River Valley. The property has an additional 52 acres of irrigated farm ground on the southeast corner with Last Chance Ditch water rights. The 650 acres of river bottom includes one and a half miles of the St. Vrain River and offers some of

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the finest waterfowl hunting in Colorado. The property is frequented

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by abundant wildlife, including deer and turkey. Contact Seth Hayden.


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Property ID: 47926

Willow Creek Ranch Colorado v Moffat County v Craig


The Willow Creek Ranch is located in northwest Colorado nestled between Bakers Peak and Black Mountain. The elk and deer hunting is among some of the best in the state for both success rate and quality. The owner of this

Million Dollar Views Colorado v Rio Blanco County v Meeker


great property could also take advantage of receiving land owner vouchers Your million dollar views feature an incredible home with over 5,900 square for deer and archery elk as these are a draw in this unit. The two-bedroom, feet of finished space. This amazing home is on 48 deeded acres close to Naone-bath cabin sits in a very quiet and peaceful meadow surrounded by tional Forest and State wildlife area. You will be in awe as you walk into the mature aspen trees. Willow Creek meanders throughout the property for home. With an open floor plan, the great room is highlighted by a stone fire1.5± miles and has small brook trout. The property is surrounded by private place and opens to a fully customized kitchen with solid surface countertops. property with BLM, State and National Forest lands within minutes from The dining room was built for entertaining and includes a sun room/study. the property. OVO reservoir is also on the property which serves as water The master bedroom is spacious and comfortable with an adjoining high-end storage for downstream irrigation users. The reservoir is also a great attribute 5-piece bathroom and walk in closets. The fully finished basement includes for cattle and a great wildlife draw. The ranch will run approximately 80 a wood burning stove, and a recreational room with a wet bar. This unique pair for around three months. The property has most of the attributes that property includes detached caretaker’s living quarters above a shop/workone could only dream of owning so don’t delay call today to arrange your shop. The acreage is fenced for horses. You’ll have access to extensive deer private tour. Listed by Lonnie Gustin. Property ID: 46784 and elk hunting on the property and on the nearby forest and state lands. As soon as you turn the corner you will be mesmerized by the 360’ views reaching out almost every window. Enjoy the sunset while taking in Lake Avery, the White River, the Flattops Wilderness Area and the White River National Forest. $1,290,000. Call Lonnie Gustin, 970 629-0520. Property ID: 47931

White River Valley Ranch Colorado v Rio Blanco County v Meeker


The ranch sits up in a very hidden valley surrounded by large ranches and national forest on two sides. From the ranch you can actually ride out of the back of the property into the forest and keep on driving all the way to Steamboat Springs! The area boast of some high profile ranches and world renowned trout fishing on the White River. The property consist of 408 acres of an open valley floor with Gooseberry creek running right through the middle making the entire bottom sub-irrigated with lush green grass throughout the

Creek Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


spring, winter and fall. As the valley floor opens up more you come to the An incredible log home with over 7,000 square feet of finished space is large pond with the 4,000-square-foot home and overlooking the meadow the centerpiece of this fantastic opportunity. Located on 7.64 deeded with Dickey Spring feeding the home as the water source. To the right sits the acres with shared deeded ownership of an additional 1,280 acres and 6,000-square-foot shop where all of your toys and ranch equipment can call shared leases of 1,103 acres, this unique property affords all the rights home. As you travel up the valley there is another pond and irrigation ditch of a large land holding near Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Call Lonnie off to the right. The rest of the way up through the valley will be dark beautiful Gustin at 970 629-0520. Property ID: 47938 pine trees with lush green grass watered by the year around creek. Further up you will run into the cozy little hunter’s cabin that will comfortably sleep 4. As you continue up crossing the creek again you will run into the Forest boundary. The White River Valley was at one time frequented by the Roosevelt’s as this was an area the President used to frequent for hunting and fishing adven-

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tures. So from the wet lush valley floor surrounded by peace and quiet this is

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White Oak Ranch


California v Colusa County

12,385 acres so close to the Bay Area, 79 miles to Sacramento and 135 to San Francisco, is rare. Two homes, runs 600 cows, excellent hunting, and miles to roam. Water for wildlife and grazing livestock is provided seasonally by Antelope Creek and Grapevine Creek, which runs through the ranch for over ten miles, and year round by several concrete water troughs with water provided by a separate pump and well system located at each end of the two farmsteads. Video available on YouTube. $9,500,000. Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064. Property ID: 46653

Triple Creek Ranch California v Siskiyou County


Triple Creek Ranch is irrigated by riparian water rights out of Bogus Creek and Cold Creek, plus water from Salt Creek. This beautiful 336±-acre ranch features a 2,274-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bath home with breezeway, workshop, carport, garage, hay barn, corrals, alleyway with squeeze chute, calf table, plus a beautiful landscaped yard with automatic sprinklers and fruit trees. Great deer and waterfowl hunting plus bass fishing. It runs 70± pair for the season. $2,350,000. Glen or Kathy, 707 530-1336. Property ID: 47713

Briscoe Creek Ranch California v Glenn County


This magnificent 8,184± deeded acre property is about five miles from Stonyford. The ranch has seven, year-round ponds and in the northern end of the property you have over half mile of Briscoe Creek, a year-round creek with trout. The headquarters has a great barn, shop, guest cottage and caretaker’s home. Runs 200 cows. Private, beautiful ranch with miles of trails for hiking, horseback riding, hunting and ATVing. Video available on YouTube. $6,250,000. Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064. Property ID: 46930

California Outdoor Properties Todd Renfrew, Broker/Owner

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Longview Ranch California v Calaveras County


Beautiful 422 acre family ranch located in the California central valley foothills with a magnificent hand-honed 6,000 sq ft open beam log home and 5,750-square-foot cedar-sided guest house. Breathtaking canyon and river views, access to 1,000s of acres of BLM land and the Mokelumne River, 10-stall horse barn, 7,500-square-foot insulated steel building with warehouse. PG&E power plus an 18 Kw solar system, public water, miles of riding trails and 5 nearby fishing lakes. Video available on YouTube. $4,750,000. Steve DePalma, 530 306-4709.

Greenwood Creek Ranch California v El Dorado County


The Greenwood Creek Ranch is one of the few large Sierra Foothill ranches left in El Dorado County. Ideally located between San Francisco and Lake Tahoe, this 553±-acre ranch gives you plenty of room to roam. Ranch style home, two large shops, hay barn, shop, caretaker residence, year-round creek, pond and six fenced pastures for livestock make it the perfect getaway. Video available on YouTube. $3,300,000 Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064. Property ID: 47989

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. Video available on YouTube. $12,300,000. Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064. Property ID: 45317

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Lone Cone Ranch Colorado v San Miguel Co. v Wright’s Mesa


This 495± acre high alpine ranch borders national





recreational opportunities. Included are 50% mineral rights, a spring, pond and five great producing water wells. The custom log home includes six bedrooms, five baths, three living/entertainment areas and a theater room - all spacious and elegantly appointed. There is a fivecar garage, six-stall barn, riding arena and corrals for the equestrian. Lone Cone Ranch is situated between two lakes and close to the San Miguel River. You will find spectacular open mesa views and abundant wildlife in and around the property. This year-round outdoor paradise is only 10 miles to the town of Norwood and less than an hour from the world-class resort of Telluride. Offered at $3,950,000.

Avery Pointe on Gurley Lake Colorado San Miguel County v Wright’s Mesa

Linda Jaekel Avery 970 327-0162 phone 970 596-4791 mobile 866 313-1392 fax


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One of the most beautiful properties on Wright’s Mesa, this lakefront log and stone home on 72 acres offers spectacular mountain and lake views. “Avery Pointe” is a four-bedroom, three-bath customdesigned home (with barn) that offers the best of mountain living. Abundant windows give picture postcard views in every direction. The house is on 72 deeded acres, 160 leased acres and adjacent to the 700-acre elk preserve. Ride the 27-mile private Gurley Trail, fish right on your own property, hop on your snowmobile, horse, bike or on foot, into endless miles of nearby national forest trails. $1,098,000.

Historic VandeWater Ranch Wyoming v Teton County v Jackson Hole


The VandeWater Ranch is one of Jackson Hole’s hidden treasures that rarely, if ever, makes it to the open market. The ranch has been in the same family since 1939 with incredible stewardship of the land and its natural resources and is truly one of the best privately held blue ribbon fly-fishing properties in the Jackson Hole valley. It boasts approximately 1.5 miles of Fish Creek and .25 mile of Lake Creek which join on the ranch. Several cold water springs originate on the ranch providing exceptional opportunity for spring creek enhancements. The ranch lies within the moose and mule deer migration corridor and offers substantial conservation opportunities. The VandeWater Ranch has the soul of a quintessential Jackson Hole ranch of yesteryear complete with a pair of circa 1906 barns. Parcel 1, 140 acres SOLD – Parcel 2, 105 acres $14,200,000 – Parcel 3, 105 acres $9,900,000 – Lot 5, 38 acres (6 building sites) $10,000,000. Call Richard Lewis, 307 690-8855 or Steve Duerr, 307 699-4920. Property ID: 45894

Dunham Ranch Wyoming v Sublette County v Daniel


Just over one hour from Jackson Hole, with stunning views of the Gros Ventre, the Wind River and Wyoming Mountain Ranges, the historic Dunham Ranch awaits the outdoor enthusiast that loves fishing, hunting and riding the range .This property was once home to one of the original stage stops on the Oregon Trail in the historic Upper Green River Valley. With over seven miles of Cottonwood Creek and 1.5 miles of the Green River meandering through the property, even the most experienced fishing enthusiast will be awed at the extent and quality of blue-ribbon fishing. Truly a sportsman’s paradise!

Richard Lewis

Steve Duerr

Chopper Grassell

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Highland Ranch Wyoming v Big Horn County v Hayattville


Highland Ranch, a traditional cow/calf ranching operation is located on the West Slope of the Big Horn Mountains. 1,661± deeded acres with both BLM and state leases and grazing permits. Enjoy water rights, hunting, a modest home, recreational activities and abundant wildlife. Call Chopper Grassell, 307 231-2603. Property ID: 47168


This personal fly fishing ranch is nestled on 260 acres in the Star Valley of Wyoming just 45 minutes from Jackson Hole. It has 2± miles of both sides of the Salt River and related tributaries meandering through the ranch toward nearby Palisades Reservoir, home of giant browns that spawn upstream. Situated beneath the pic-

Jackknife Creek Ranch

turesque Caribou Mountain range, the ranch is just a few minutes from the famous South Fork

Wyoming v Lincoln County v Freedom

of the Snake River and the Greys River, favored

by locals. It includes a fully restored ranch house, manager’s house, and 8 separate parcels that allow the future owner to create their vision for this spectacular offering. $3,500,000. Chopper Grassell, 307 231-2603. Property ID: 45890


Sited on the bank of the South Fork River with over 800 feet of river frontage less than 1 hour from Jackson, these eight separately deeded lots total 26 acres. Two aerated ponds


Franze Place

hold enormous trout, bass

Wyoming v Sublette County v Daniel

immaculate 5,000 square-foot

1,920 fenced acres set up for cattle and horses with fresh water stock. The Franz Reservoir is a sportsman’s dream which draws wildlife and waterfowl for miles. This property presents a tremendous investment. Plan your dream cabin on the

and kamloop rainbows. The

Riverfront Retreat

custom home of classic western design features three bedrooms, three baths and a stunning

Idaho v Bonnerville County v Swan Valley

dining room flanked by walls of glass. 2,000-square-foot barn and four garage bays. $4,500,000 or $3,500,000 for home and 7 acres. Call Richard Lewis, 307 690-8855. Property ID: 72015

famed Upper Green River and step back in time. $4,985,000. Call Steve Duerr, 307 699-4920. Property ID: 48168

Porcupine Creek Ranch Wyoming v Teton County v Jackson


Porcupine Creek Ranch is located 10 miles from Jackson Hole, nestled against thousands of acres of USFS land within walking or horse back distance of the vast Bridger Teton Wil-

Richard Lewis

derness. Comprised of just over

200 acres of beautiful private

Steve Duerr

rolling grasslands on a bench

Chopper Grassell

between Horse Creek and Porcupine Creek offering excellent mountain views. There is abundant wildlife and the land provides a migration corridor between the two creeks and the nearby elk feed ground. $4,995,000. Call Steve Duerr 307.699.4920. Property ID: 42534


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Nestled on 9.17 acres on the bank of the renowned South Fork River sits one of the finest estates in Swan Valley. Refined western elegance defines the main home of 6,987 square feet, three bedrooms and 2.5 baths. A two bedroom, twobath guesthouse overlooks First Creek, flowing through the property and into a 1 acre springfed trout pond filled with large trout. Adjacent

Sportsman’s Paradise Idaho v Bonneville County v Swan Valley

to BLM land with water and mountain views in every direction. Located a short drive from downtown Jackson Hole, Wyoming. $5,500,000. Call Richard Lewis, 307 690-8855.


This 146 acre ranch of mountain pastureland features meandering Marsh Creek and several spring-fed ponds. Wildlife abounds on the land each season and the wetlands are home to migrating waterfowl and raptors. Improvements include underground utilities serving a charming log home, guest cabin, garage/shop facility and outbuildings for your horses and tack. The property is surveyed into four parcels with additional access should the owner decide to build a new home or sell off certain parcels. This area is rich in history of the Rocky Mountain

Poco Diablo Ranch

West, including legendary cattlemen and cattle ranches. The Indians, fur trappers and mountain men roamed here, remembered each year at the Green River Rendezvous. This land will become

Wyoming v Sublette County v Cora

part of “who you are”. $996,000. Steve Duerr, 307 699-4920. Property ID: 43359


This 117-acre property is a premier fishery and waterfowl setting within pasture and hay meadows south of the Salt River Narrows. Many Salt River oxbows weave through the ranch,

Fishing/Hunting Refuge Wyoming v Lincoln County v Auburn


With 191 acres, Elliott Creek Ranch is a wildlife sanctuary platted into three parcels. This unique recreational property has unobstructed views of the Teton Range and Big Hole Mountains, open meadows, fishable ponds, aspen groves and wetlands. Spring-fed ponds and a half mile of Elliot Creek provide excellent fishing with a tremendous opportunity for stream

providing trophy fishing and duck hunting opportunities. Waterfowl and wildlife abound in the wetlands. $1,395,000. Call Chopper Grassell, 307 231-2603. Property ID: 47106

Elliot Creek Ranch Idaho v Teton County v Victor

and habitat enhancement. Abundant waterfowl, including geese, duck and cranes, whitetail deer and moose, call this ranch home. Situated between the charming communities of Victor and Driggs and a short 45 minute drive to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Parcels can be purchased separately. $2,780,000. Richard Lewis, 307 690-8855. Property ID: 40990

Smith’s Fork Ranches Wyoming v Lincoln County v Cokeville


These two ranches encompass 2,300 acres cradled between two mountain ranges, surrounded by BLM and National Forest and .5 mile of the Smith’s Fork River. The Smith’s Fork is one of the lesser known, but treasured, fisheries in western Wyoming, home to the Bonneville Cutthroat trout. Trophy Elk and Deer hunting. Substantial water rights and grazing leases make this ranch a very viable cattle operation. $4,950,000

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The River Ridge Ranch has jaw-dropping views of the Absaroka Mountain range and 3/4± mile of lush river frontage. The Greybull River holds one of the best populations of Native Yellowstone Cutthroat trout in the US. There is excellent wildlife habitat and the landowner is allowed licenses for elk, deer and antelope. Included in the 605± acres are 88± acres, which are irrigated by two center pivots and have 1893 water rights. The beautiful building sites beneath soaring sandstone cliffs have great views up the valley to the mountains. The

River Ridge Ranch

varied terrain beyond the ridge borders state land and offers hunting, riding, hiking and

Wyoming v Park County v Meeteetse

other recreational opportunities. $1,950,000.

Scenic Creek Frontage and Grazing Land Wyoming v Park County v Cody


Only 25± miles from the east entrance of Yellowstone National Park, this ranch affords both privacy and expansive mountain views. Year-round Canyon Creek flows between the main house and the two-bedroom guesthouse. There are attractive horse facilities. World-class hunting and fishing are just minutes away in Shoshone National Forest. The diverse topography includes sage-covered hills to irrigated pastures. Easily accessed off State Highway 14-16-20, just 23± miles from Cody. Investment opportunity for further development is an option on this 80±-acre ranch. $1,400,000.

Red Canyon Ranch Wyoming v Hot Springs County v Thermopolis


Red Canyon Ranch is truly a sustainable refuge in the foothills of the Owl Creek Mountains. Water on the ranch is abundant, including two creeks, 800-foot well and a 300-gpm spring.

The land is ancestral to the buffalo and they continue to thrive on the Red Canyon lands. The ranch is offered in its entirety or in two parcels. Red Canyon Ranch has 1,620± acres, two sets of buffalo corrals, a stunning log post and beam ranch house, guesthouse and complete perimeter

1143 Sheridan Avenue • Cody, WY 82414 fencing. The entire ranch is listed at $3,900,000. 1,396± acres with the 800-foot well and one set


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34 Remington Road Wyoming v Park County v Cody


This home seems to have been born of the land, perfectly camouflaged in the sage, juniper and cottonwood. The sophisticated design uses interconnection of interior and exterior spaces to “bring the outside inside”. The placement and expanse of windows accentuate the feeling of transparency in the elegant interior spaces. The terrace patios expand the artistry of the house with stacked sandstone fireplace, grill, ample seating and boulders found on the site. The poured-in-place concrete of the dramatic living room fireplace and throughout the interior and exterior is remarkably unique, imprinted with weathered boards for a stunning

result. The light fixtures in the house were selected carefully. Fixtures are imported and antique or custom-made for each space. The AnnMorris pot rack in the kitchen is brass with steel finish and two French holophane fixtures. The site is 30± acres in the Wapiti Valley with unbroken vistas. A charming guesthouse has a most appealing deck. There is much more to tell about this divine Western home! $2,500,000.

Rafter R Bar Ranch Wyoming v Park County v Cody


Mountain views, live water and abundant wildlife on 58± acres 20± miles west of Cody. This sportsman’s ranch includes 0.75± mile of river frontage less than an hour’s drive to Yellowstone National Park. The 5,200±-square-foot residence includes a wine cellar and dry sauna. The horse enthusiast will enjoy the 40x80 barn, corrals, arena and a variety of nearby trails to ride. This family compound has provided years of pleasure to the owners. View a tour at www. $2,495,000.

Stagecoach Trail Wyoming v Park County v Cody


Frontage on the Northfork of the Shoshone, west of Cody, is a rare occurrence on the market, let alone an 80+-acre offering. The parcel has 0.67± miles of river frontage and 50± acres of water rights. The views are panoramic. There are several exquisite homesites. This is a fine opportunity for an exclusive riverfront estate with stunning mountain views, wildlife habitat, fishing waters and hay meadow. $1,400,000.

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This unique, 52.34±-acre riverfront property

227 Road 4EU

on the Greybull River, west of Meeteetse, is

Wyoming v Park County v Meeteetse


a spectacular parcel with both sides of the river, resulting in private fishing on water to challenge even the most proficient angler. The expertly designed and constructed home and guesthouse maximize the beauty of the site for luxurious Western living. The finish work throughout is impressive. The main house has three bedroom suites and two offices. The open living/dining beneath the uniquely beautiful ceiling leads to the custom kitchen. The guest quarters has one bedroom suite with an inviting great room complete with kitchen area. There is an attached three-stall garage and a detached shop/three-bay garage with storage. $3,300,000.

2 Slide Mountain Wyoming v Park County v Cody


In the Upper Southfork River Valley southwest of Cody, this particularly appealing property has river frontage and borders national forest. There are two guesthouses by the river. The hay meadow is a favorite elk grazing ground. At the main house location, there is another house for staff lodging complete with kennel accommodations for dogs. There is also a building housing a generator. The expansive main house has 8,615± square feet above grade. The basement is excellent for storage and mechanical access. Four spacious bedroom suites provide space for guests and family. The living room has a wall of windows for the awe-inspiring view of the rugged mountains of the Upper Southfork. The formal dining room

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built-in bookshelves and cabinets, fireplace and covered stone porch. Acreage is 42± acres sited in one of the most prestigious and gloriously beautiful locations in the West. $2,750,000.

7300 Perry Park Colorado v Douglas County v Larkspur


One-of-a-kind, 174±-acre equestrian complex, conveniently located less than 40 minutes from downtown Denver. This stylish high-country

Stone Creek Farmstead

custom residence is strategically located to overlook the entire valley; Colorado v Teller County v Divide its rich pastures and abundant grazing areas. All water rights are This beautiful 225+-acre estate sits in a lush valley and is surrounded by roll-


adjudicated and additional acreage is available. $2,950,000. Tim Clark, ing hills and National Forest. The property features an exquisitely constructed main house, guest cottages, extensive walking and riding trails, fishing 303 520-6860; ponds and unforgettable views of Pikes Peak. $5,750,000. The Behr Team, 303 917-4467,;

Ghost Town Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta

One-of-a-Kind Country Estate Colorado v Douglas County v Parker


These 36+ acres lie within minutes of Denver. Enjoy expansive views of Pikes Peak, fish in a million gallon lake or enjoy nature among 100 year old pine trees. $2,250,000. Richard Berst, 303 809-6771;


This preserved 42-acre ghost town is on the national historic register. Near town of La Veta and Cuchara Valley. Endless possibilities! Incredible views. Additional 211-acre site available. $1,350,000. www.GhostTownColorado. com. Kerry Endsley, 303 570-0267;

Billy Kidd Ranch at Stagecoach Aspen Hollow Ranch


Colorado v Jefferson County v Evergreen

35-acre ranch in Evergreen, Colorado. Pastures, aspen glens, forest land,

Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


This luxury homestead in Steamboat Springs is the perfect mountain setting with the magnificent Stagecoach Lake on site. $1,350,000. Andrea Webber, 970 376-0570;

pond and two domestic wells. Historic updated home with solarium and enclosed pool.   Four-stall horse barn, ice skating rink, guest cabin and nice additional home site.  $1,500,000. Kerry Endsley, 303 570-0267;

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The Homestead Ranch

Clear Fork Ranch

Colorado v Routt County v Clark


Colorado v Gunnison, Montrose & Delta Counties v Crawford

Just north of Steamboat Springs lies your own


A truly one-of-a-kind big game hunting offering. This 3,400+-acre ranch includes the diverse private getaway. This 160-acre inholding in the U.S habitats required to hold elk, deer, bear and wild turkey populations. The lower elevations Forest Service has a luxurious log cabin, multiple include cedar & piñon habitat and then climbs through miles of gambel oaks to the perfect outbuildings, equestrian facilities, deeded water high mountain aspen and spruce environment. The ranch includes six established hunting rights, USFS access easement and plenty of room cabins, irrigated pastures, abundant water, 5 miles of private roads, borders national forest and to roam. This is an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity additional BLM leased acres. Originally homesteaded in the late 1800s, this is the family’s first to own a true piece of Rocky Mountain paradise. time offering and sure to satisfy any Colorado recreational buyer. $7,668,000. Property ID: 48123 $1,799,000. Property ID: 48127

Meadows Ranch


Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

Enjoy 360-degree mountain views from this breathtaking 74-acre compound. Five minutes from

Catamount Ranch

the world-class ski resort of Steamboat Springs, this unique offering has it all. Spacious sixbedroom, 5.5-bath bath main house, private two-bedroom guesthouse, new Morton equipment

Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs shop, pristine equestrian facilities, which includes a barn with six stalls, tack room, training


Enjoy all that Catamount Ranch & Club has

pen, outdoor riding arena with roping chutes, pens, and indoor riding area. A meandering creek

to offer with Tom Weiskopf signature golf

with stocked trout ponds, water rights, irrigated hay meadow, this legacy property is the perfect

course, a private, 530 acre lake, and club for

setting for your family retreat. $5,600,000. Property ID: 48128

the whole family where you can play tennis, sail or swim, hike or bike in a setting of spectacular natural beauty. The furnished, 8,332-square-foot, five-bedroom, seven-bath home is the perfect combination for the discerning buyer, with custom finishes and endless views. $4,595,000. Property ID: 48126

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Red Hawk Ranch

Mariposa Ranch

Colorado v Routt County v Hayden

Colorado v Routt County v Clark


Red Hawk Ranch is a big game enthusiast’s dream. The 1,040 acres are perfectly located in the migratory corridor of the second largest elk herd in Colorado, the Bear’s Ear herd and is


Mariposa Ranch at Steamboat Lake is the perfect private getaway. These 107 acres include .25 mile of USFS boundary, two ponds, mountain home, custom barn and

surrounded by millions of accessible USFS, BLM

stunning views of the lake. $1,275,000.

and state acres. $1,500,000. Property ID: 48129

Property ID: 48131

Lazy K Ranch Colorado v Routt Co. v Steamboat Springs

The Grizzly Ranch


A rare opportunity to own more than 270 acres

Colorado v Jackson County v Walden

within 15 minutes of Steamboat Springs and


Northern Colorado’s premier large scale working livestock operation with significant just minutes to Stagecoach State Park. This improvements plus water, mineral and recreational attributes. Approximately 9,000 deeded private playground offers a stunning 10,000 sq acres and 18,000 BLM & State leased acres. 19,000 sq ft professional show barn, machine ft luxury log home, miles of maintained trails, 4 shops, equipment sheds, barns, and extensive livestock facilities. In addition, the ranch ponds, lush meadows, and abundant wildlife. includes multiple residences, water rights, mineral rights, a productive oil and gas lease, and A 3 bay detached garage/shop holds the toys senior water rights including over 16 miles of creeks and streams that form the headwaters of and tools while magnificent views all the way to the famous North Platte River. *Ranch team includes Ren Martyn and Lambert Orton, M.D. the ski area complete this remarkable property. $8,000,000. Property ID: 48054

$24,950,000. Property ID: 46413


Where the rugged West meets world class luxu-

The Elk River Ranch

ry. Offering 800 pristine acres and two miles of the beautiful Elk River. Enjoy two luxury homes,

Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

an authentic saloon, and multiple outbuildings that are reminiscent of the Old West. Fenced for livestock with extensive storage, six-stall barn, riding arenas, prime equestrian facilities and abundant water rights. Conveniently located near private and commercial jet access. The

property may be divided and purchased in several different configurations.$24,250,000. Property ID: 44139


Minutes from world class skiing sits a true estate on 155 acres. In the heart of the Yampa Valley with panoramic views, this luxurious, 10,308 square-foot mountain property is the perfect gathering place for friends and family.

The Wildflower Estate Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


Steamboat Springs sits a one-of-akind luxury home overlooking the recreational paradise of Steamboat acre

landscaping, tennis court, and additional 3 bedroom home. With abundant water and space, endless activities and proximity to

In the Elk River Valley just north of


Six car auto-plaza, private lake, meticulous





Snowy Mountain Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs



a creek, room to run, and epic views. Protected by conservation easement and bordered on the north by more than 20,000 acres of National Forest, this stunning property includes a 14,000 sq ft luxury log home, separate guest house and massive garage with three enclosed bays. $9,800,000. Property ID: 48051





Estate is the ultimate mountain property. $13,925,000. Property ID: 72790

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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


On the 7,200-acre Dale Creek Ranch in southeastern




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


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

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

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Laramie Range Ranch Wyoming v Albany County v Laramie


NEW LISTING! More than twenty square miles of Wyoming’s finest elk habitat are encompassed by the Laramie Range Ranch, a pristine property situated only a few minutes from Laramie, Wyoming and but two hours from Colorado’s largest city. With expansive forests and spring-fed creeks, the ranch is a true wildlife oasis in the midst of the Laramie Mountains. $14,950,000. Property ID: 46947

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

A At



Ranch, high in the West Elk Mountains near Crested Butte, you’ll not only



from it all, but also above it all. This 923-acre wilderness ranch is nearly completely surrounded by national forest and

Red Hawk Ranch Colorado v Gunnison County v Crested Butte

boasts sweeping views of the magnificent Ohio Creek Valley. A massive 5,400-square-foot 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

Leaping Trout Ranch Wyoming v Carbon County v Saratoga


NEW LISTING! Bordering two miles of the trout-rich North Platte River just north of Saratoga, Wyoming, Leaping Trout Ranch with a large population of hefty browns and rainbows easily qualifies as one of Wyoming’s premier fly-fishing properties. Leaping Trout Ranch surrounds 2,777 acres of rich bottomland just a mile north of Saratoga, a solid town with strong ties to both ranching and trout fishing. $7,900,000. Property ID: 47597

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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Circle Lazy H Ranch on Fall Creek Wyoming v Teton County v Jackson Hole


Tucked away in a stunning mountain setting and completely surrounded by the BridgerTeton National Forest, the Circle Lazy H Ranch on Fall Creek is a legacy offering with 160 acres. A private recreational paradise, the ranch features over a mile of two forks of Fall Creek with excellent cutthroat fishing. Price reduced. $9,000,000.

Teton River Confluence Ranch Idaho v Teton County v Felt

Tarryall River Ranch Colorado v Park County v Lake George


Within two hours of Denver and 1.5 hours


New listing! Located north of Driggs, this 723-acre ranch is comprised of a peninsula of land

of Colorado Springs, the 90.37-acre Tarryall bordered by Badger Creek, Bitch Creek and the Teton River, three of the finest cutthroat trout River Ranch offers exceptional recreation. fisheries in the West. With excellent fishing, bird hunting and late season trophy mule deer, this This guest ranch accommodates up to 40 ranch resides in the shadows of the Grand Teton. $4,900,000. guests and is an outstanding equestrian property and fly fishing retreat. Situated eight miles from the Tarryall Reservoir, the property provides exceptional fishing on more than .75 mile of the Tarryall River. This is an ideal dude ranch, corporate retreat or private family getaway located in the heart of Colorado. Price reduced. $2,650,000.

Jasperson Ranch Wyoming v Lincoln County v Star Valley

P.O. Box 9240 Jackson, WY 83002

866-734-6100 toll free


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Located in the heart of Star Valley, Wyoming, this 594.9-acre offering is one hour south of the resort community of Jackson Hole. The ranch enjoys fishing for wild brown and cutthroat trout along nearly one mile of the Salt River. Spring creeks can be found throughout the property offering additional enhancement projects and an excellent waterfowl habitat. $3,500,000.

Madison Spring Creek Ranch Montana v Gallatin County v Three Forks


Situated on the banks of the Madison River in the heart of Southwest Montana, this premier sportsman’s paradise boasts over 3.5 miles of river frontage and more than 5.5 miles of reclaimed spring creek on its approximately 1,050± acres. The ranch offers tremendous hunting opportunities and world-class fly fishing. Price Reduced. $6,900,000.

Coyote Creek Ranch Montana v Beaverhead County v Grant


Bordering the Beaverhead National Forest and BLM land, the ranch is comprised of 2,804 deeded

Indian Creek Lodge

acres and two miles of Coyote Creek with excellent brook trout fishing. Improvements include a California v Trinity County v Douglas City 3,190-square-foot log home overlooking a stocked trout pond, guesthouse or manager’s residence New listing! Situated on the banks of


and horse facilities. This premier Montana ranch is diversely-suited for a year-round or seasonal the Trinity River, Indian Creek Lodge is residence, corporate retreat, cattle or horse ranch or guest ranch facility. Price reduced. $3,800,000. comprised of 8.64 acres with nearly 200 yards of frontage on a spectacular, 40-mile tailwater fishery. The 16-unit lodge is a turn-key operation with comfortable accommodations, dining facilities, a conference room, extensive upgrades and a full-time manager in place. The lodge has an excellent relationship with the region’s angling community offering exceptional fishing for steelhead, brown trout and Chinook salmon. $1,950,000.

Luelling River Retreat Oregon v Jefferson County v Madras


New listing! Situated near Madras, Oregon, this retreat is comprised of 155 acres with 1 mile of frontage along the famed 100-mile Lower Deschutes River. Boasting a custom-designed 3,300-square-foot home, the Lower Deschutes is world-renowned for its salmonfly, golden stone and caddis hatches. Properties rarely come on the market on the Lower Deschutes, and this opportunity provides riverfront ownership to a section of river sought-after by many fly anglers around the world. $2,690,000.

P.O. Box 9240 Jackson, WY 83002

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Pretty Creek Ranch South Dakota v Ziebach County v Dupree


Eight miles north of Dupree, in the heart of cattle and wheat country, production. In an area known for heavy calf weights, good farm

Cato Crazy Woman Ranch

ground and ample moisture, this multigenerational ranch offers

Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo

this ranch offers the perfect combination of small grain and grass


7,670+ total acres that include a 160+-acre private lease. Of the 7,510+ The historic Cato Crazy Woman Ranch is a well-watered, highly deeded acres, 2,500± are tillable with 2,000+ acres currently farmed. productive, low overhead grass ranch located in north central Rich soils allow for great yields on wheat, dryland corn and hay. Wyoming situated in the Powder River Basin near the Big Horn Water is supplied by several dams, wells, pipelines and a rural water Mountains. Consisting of 44,657± deeded acres, 3,200± State of system. Improvements include two nice homes, two sets of corrals, a Wyoming lease acres, and 1,800± BLM lease acres for a total of 52x200 pole barn building, 40x60 shop, 30x40 garage and several approximately 49,657 contiguous acres. Located approximately barns for livestock. The owners have also constructed a 200-foot 15 miles east of Buffalo with year-round accessibility. Owner-rated feed bunk out of railroad ties and guardrail used to feed the weaned 1,000 cow/calf pairs year-round. Crazy Woman Creek flows through calves during the winter. $8,950,000. Denver Gilbert or Cory Clark, ten pastures and provides year-round water. $18,810,000, $421 per deeded acre. Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC, 307 334-2025. 307 334-2025. Property ID: 44862 Property ID: 47667

Fiddleback Ranch Wyoming v Bill, Converse & Weston Counties


These 55,892.76+ total acres include 4,268.53+ deeded, 6,360+ state lease, 3,773.23+ private lease and 41,491+ Thunder Basin Grazing Association permit acres. There are approximately 11 miles of live water, several miles of underground pipelines and a set of improvements. $5,000,000. Cory Clark or Mark McNamee, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 48025

Rocky Mountain Sheep Company Ranch Wyoming v Carbon County v Rawlins


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 owner-rated carrying capacity is 300 cow/calf pairs yearround. 4.5 miles of the North Platte River flow through the ranch, along with Pass Creek, which runs through the south part of the

ranch. 17 other water sources, including some pipelines, electric and Cory Clark, Broker Mark McNamee, Associate Broker • Denver Gilbert, Associate Broker solar wells and artesian wells and springs, provide water for livestock.

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Improvements include a set of shipping corrals. $6,400,000. Kyle Berger, 307 760-8018. Property ID: 45978

Hunton Meadows Ranch Wyoming v Goshen County v Torrington

Marton Ranch Wyoming v Alcova, Natrona & Carbon Counties


This large, working cattle and sheep operation consists of 69,550±


Located on the North Platte River seven miles southeast of Torrington, this ranch offers irrigated farmland, productive grazing and recreational

opportunities. It consists of 5,166± deeded acres, which includes 480 contiguous acres: 35,700± deeded, 25,850± BLM lease and 8,000± irrigated acres under eight low-pressure center pivots. The adjudicated water state lease acres. Bordered on the northwest by the North Platte River rights for irrigation are from private wells. Historically, the grazing has been starting at the Gray Reef dam and running downstream for 12± miles. leased out, and the lessees run 450-500 pairs for six months. Improvements The headquarters lie 20 miles south of Casper, Wyoming near Alcova. include newly-remodeled ranch house, various outbuildings, and a good set There are nice improvements. The present operation now runs about of pipe working corrals. This ranch is in the heart of the central flyway, an 450 mother cows, 2,300 ewes and replacement yearlings and breeding area known for excellent waterfowl hunting. The ranch has had substantial stock. Livestock water is provided from streams, springs, reservoirs, income from gravel production in the past. $6,500,000. Scott Leach, solar wells, electric wells, and artesian wells. Excellent wildlife habitat 307 331-9095 and Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 47758 for deer, antelope, elk, waterfowl, upland birds, and blue ribbon fishing. $28,000,000. John Gibbs, 307 621-2125. Property ID: 45279

North Laramie River Ranch Wyoming v Albany County v Garrett

Tranquility Ranch Wyoming v Natrona County v Casper


This high plains ranch lies 77 miles north of Laramie with 10,320+ total acres: 5,733 deeded and 4,587 BLM lease acres. Owner-rated 250-300 pairs year-round. There are excellent water rights to irrigate

697 acres and ample water throughout ranch. Improvements include a This ranch, set 20± miles northwest of Casper with year-round 2,320-square-foot custom log home built in 1998; a 3,960-square-foot accessibility, consists of 28,311.85± deeded acres, 640± private lease shop/barn and a set of corrals. Enjoy exceptional hunting and fishing


acres, 3,440.70± State of Wyoming lease acres and 13,438.17± BLM lease opportunities. $2,690,000. Scott Leach, 307 331-9095 and Cory Clark, acres for a total of 45,831± contiguous acres. Historically, the owners 307 334-2025. Property ID: 47279 have run 800 to 900 cows year-round with supplemental feeding in

the winter. Ample water is provided throughout by submersible wells to stock tanks, windmills, reservoirs and several miles of live water. Improvements include two 1,554-square-foot, two-story homes built in 2001, a 3,120-square-foot quonset; horse barn; cattle barns; and a very good set of cattle working facilities. This is excellent habitat for wildlife,

Cory Clark, Broker including mule deer, antelope and upland game birds. $8,250,000 or Mark McNamee, Associate Broker • Denver Gilbert, Associate Broker $291.40/deeded acre. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. Cory Clark, Denver Gilbert or Mark McNamee, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 46293

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Circle E Ranch Colorado v Park County v Guffey


Circle E Ranch is a pristine 1,096-acre recreational/hunting ranch a few miles from the mountain town of Guffey and less than two hours southwest of Colorado Springs. The absolutely immaculate luxury, custom-crafted log home, built with giant 18-24” Swedish cope logs, overlooks spring-fed trout ponds, aspen, spruce and pine groves mixed with grass covered hillsides and massive views in all directions. There is a 4,646-square-foot custom log home, an optional additional 700-acre hunting lease - five domestic water wells - perimeter and cross fencing - two spring-fed trout ponds – electric - phone and septic – Internet – television – equestrian – fishing – hiking - ATVing. The ranch also offers hunting/viewing of elk mule deer – turkey - bear - mountain lion. Located in an over-the-counter elk tag GMU – year-round access on gravel county road and it’s just 90 minutes to skiing. The ranch is turn-key and furnished! $4,395,000. Jim Vidamour, 386 299-5163.

Indian Creek Meadows 160± Acres

Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta


This mountainous acreage features two year-round creeks, springs, meadows, timber, rock

220 S. Main St. #120 La Veta, CO 81055


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formations and is bordered on three sides by San Isabel National Forest. Includes mineral rights. The property is in CO GMU #85 and offers over-the-counter elk Tags. It lies six miles from La Veta, Colorado. $895,000. Jacky Christian, 719 469-4545.

Ponderosa Mesa Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta


Massive log and stone construction highlights this one-of-a-kind top-of-the-mesa retreat. The pristine and meticulously maintained property is the jewel of the La Veta, Colorado area with incredible 360-degree views of the Spanish Peaks, Mt Maestas, the Sangre de Cristos, and the Wahatoya Valley. The Ranch includes 208 magnificent park-like acres and an immaculate 5,500 Sq. Ft. Luxury Log Lodge. The lodge features a Towering Majestic Kachelofen fireplace designed in Europe, a custom gourmet kitchen with all high end finishes, stunning Flagstone floors with in-floor radiant heat, and a Cupola with eagle’s aerie views. Constructed with enormous Idaho Spruce and Fir logs this impeccably furnished 4+ bedroom, 4 bathroom lodge sitting on 168 acres protected by a conservation easement with an additional 40 acres for a future building site. Abundant wildlife including Elk, Deer, Bear, Wild Turkey, Mountain Lion. Truly The Hope Diamond of Southern Colorado! $2,750,000. Jacky Christian, 719 469-4545.

Malachite River Ranch 347Âą Acres

Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta


This 347 (+/-) acre working ranch is located approximately 4 miles west of the quaint town of Gardner Colorado. The house is approximately 1,100 sq. ft., with the potential for expansion, 1 bedroom and 2 baths, in floor radiant heat, custom cabinets and doors, all appliances, 3 car detached garage, a well that produces 10+ gallons per minute and approximately a mile of the Huerfano River running through it! The ranch has water rights, a barn with scales and shoots and can potentially support 50 pair AUM with rotation. $1,100,000. Please contact Jacky Christian, 719-469-4545.

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Bostwick Park Production Ranch 2,455 Acres

Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose


This 2,455-acre production ranch has over 710 irrigated acres. A three-ranch assemblage, creates one of western Colorado’s largest contiguous hay ranches. At 7,000 feet in elevation, this highly productive ranch has irrigation water supplied by one of Colorado’s most consistent and well-governed irrigation companies. The ranch features Highway 50 and county road access, underground power, 3.5 miles of elevated escarpment building sites and world-class hunting as featured on the Outdoor Channel  and in a setting that is simply  spectacular. There are very few opportunities when this type of assemblage can be acquired at such a value. $7,240,000. Property ID: 45903

North Montrose Farm - ROI 758 Acres

Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose

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

970 249-4300 phone 970 249-1313 fax


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These 758 acres (630 irrigated) encompass one of Western Colorado’s largest production farms. It lies minutes from Montrose at 5,500 feet in elevation. The farm is highly productive in corn and alfalfa hay and features a 1,200-head cattle facility, two shops, granaries, numerous outbuildings and a 2,800-square-foot home. $4,795,000. Property ID: 47337







breathtaking are just a few of the adjectives that describe the spectacular Shadow Mesa Ranch. Located 3.5 miles west of Cedaredge, this ranch encompasses the top of a private mesa. Bordered to the east by Ward Creek and the west by George Creek, the ranch has multiple sources of year round flowing streams. And with

Shadow Mesa Ranch

the combination of 270± acres of irrigated fields

708 Acres

along with 440± acres of grazing pasture, this ranch provides the perfect habitat for livestock

Colorado v Delta County v Cedaredge

and wildlife. $4,600,000. Property ID: 41740


Waterdog Mountain Ranch is comprised of 1,880 acres and is just a few short miles southeast of Montrose. This ranch is a combination of large open meadows with a variety of trees and gambel oak, providing for great wildlife habitat and summer cattle pasture. The property contains numerous small ponds and seasonal creeks, features excellent hunting in Colorado DOW game unit 65 and offers fantastic views of the San Juan Mountains. $3,200,000. Property ID: 41554

Waterdog Mountain Ranch 1,880 Acres

Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose

Triple 8 Ranch 542 Acres

Colorado v Gunnison County v Alpine Plateau


Have you ever driven by a property and the setting was so riveting that it took your breath away? If so, you may have driven by the Triple 8 Alpine Ranch. It is even more amazing the closer you get to the facilities. The ranch is 39.5 miles from Montrose and 43.5 miles from Gunnison in an enchanted setting surrounded by a blanket of dark timber and aspen trees that back up to thousands of acres of public land. It ranges in elevation from 9,600 to 10,000 feet. This elevation is the ideal for lush forests, abundant wildlife and cool nights. The ranch features a hand-constructed log home with museum quality craftsmanship, numerous outbuildings, abundant wildlife, a large fishing pond and beautiful mountain views. $2,945,000. Property ID: 43481

Uncompahgre River Ranch 151 Acres

Colorado v Montrose County v Ridgeway


lush meadows, and large pastures, this ranch makes the perfect habitat for cattle and wildlife

Joseph C. Burns Bryan W. Walchle Michael J. McGarry

grazing. Situated in the Uncompahgre Valley 45 minutes from Telluride and 15 minutes from the

21263 Hwy 550 • Montrose, CO 81403

“Switzerland of America”, the ranch boasts endless views to the majestic San Juan Mountains and

970 249-4300 phone • 970 249-1313 fax

Located among the interwindings of the Uncompahgre River in Ridgway, lies a breathtaking 151 acre ranch. Having over half a mile in river frontage, approximately 61 irrigated acres,

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Forked Lightning Ranch New Mexico v San Miguel County v Santa Fe


The 2,300± deeded acres of Jane Fonda’s Forked Lightning Ranch provide a diverse ecosystem with all of the distinguished elements of the Southwest. 3.5 miles of the famed Pecos River create a wildlife-rich riparian corridor and a haven for anglers seeking healthy trout. The 9,585±-square-foot River House affords an elegant refuge with state-of-the-art technologies. The modern equestrian facilities and healthy native pastures could comfortably handle a sizable remuda or a few personal saddle horses. Just southeast of Santa Fe adjacent to national forest, Fonda’s Ranch offers the opportunity to own an exquisite equestrian property and fishing retreat. $19,500,000. Property ID: 48064

Three Peaks Ranch Montana v Park County v Livingston


This executive ranch has 2,964± deeded acres and offers an exquisite architecturally-designed custom home, 420± irrigated acres and a well-designed low-overhead cattle operation. Anglers will appreciate the three professionally designed and strategically placed trout ponds on the ranch and the proximity to all of the world-renowned fishing available in the nearby Yellowstone River, Paradise Valley spring creeks and Yellowstone National Park. Three Peaks Ranch offers serenity and solitude in a famed Montana locale with easy year-round access. Co-listed with The Land Brokers. Price reduced $4,000,000 to $16,500,000. Property ID: 44133

Sun River Ranch Montana v Lewis & Clark and Teton Counties v Augusta


Sun River Ranch contains 3,050± total acres straddling 3.5 miles of the Sun River. The surreal setting represents an attractive opportunity to own a remarkable turn-key fly-fishing and equestrian property on renowned trout water. The Ranch is conveniently located 17± miles west of Augusta and a comfortable 1.25-hour drive from Great Falls. The main compound is a tasteful combination of log and stone sited above the Sun River, providing commanding vistas of the Rocky Mountain Front. The state-of-the-art technology, supreme quality and unsurpassed style boasted throughout the masterfully crafted home create

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the ultimate Montana retreat. Complementing the compound are the carefully designed manager’s home and exquisite equestrian barn. The helipad and hangar provide for ease of travel for those who take advantage of private air travel. The abundant wildlife on the Ranch is enhanced by the adjoining 19,000-acre Sun River Game Range and immediate access to the Bob Marshall Wilderness. The Seller owns 1,341± deeded acres located four miles east of the Ranch, which can be purchased in conjunction with the Sun River Ranch providing a nice irrigated base and additional pasture. $9,250,000. Property ID: 46998


Available for the first time in 50 years, these 5,665± unsullied, deeded acres, bordering Bridger Bowl Ski Resort and about 3.5 miles of Gallatin National Forest, comprise the largest privately held block of land in the renowned Bridger Canyon. Current

Lazy J Ranch


Montana v Gallatin County v Bozeman

zoning allows one residence per 40 acres, creating an ideal candidate for a conservation-minded buyer. $40,000,000. Property ID: 43854


Offered at under $820 per deeded acre, the 5,870± acres, bordering national forest, stretch from the foothills of the Deer Lodge Valley to the mountainous Continental Divide. The property includes abundant grass resources offering productive grazing and numerous mountain streams providing consistent water sources for wildlife and livestock. $4,800,000. Property ID: 44891

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


These 678± deeded acres straddle 1.5± miles of trout-rich Smith Creek. Utilized to host private flyfishing and upland game-bird hunting expeditions, the Ranch also operates as a pure-bred cattle operation. The Ranch offers a productive ranch on a great trout fishery and hunting pre-

Shortridge Ranch

serve with close proximity to some of the best recreation Montana has to offer. Reduced to

Montana v Lewis & Clark County v Augusta

$2,375,000. Property ID: 42536


The custom 3,800±-square-foot log home captures views of the surrounding mountains, wildlife and adjoining National Forest. Wise River flows through the shared 473± acres for 1.5 miles. This area is renowned for its fishing and hunting. In addition to Wise and Big Hole Rivers, there are 6 world-class rivers within 2 hours of

Wise River Ranch

the Ranch. $1,495,000. Property ID: 46908

Montana v Beaverhead County v Wise River

Kindred Ranch Montana v Lewis & Clark County v Augusta

Bozeman & Salt Lake City


Adjoining 6,400± acres of state land, these 635± acres represent an opportunity to own a recreation, agricultural or equestrian property. Elk Creek flows through the ranch for about .25 mile, creating

a wildlife-rich riparian corridor. Improvements have been completely updated on ranch, which would be ideal for year-round living or as a seasonal escape. $1,425,000. Property ID: 47435

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Wolf Springs Ranch Colorado v Huerfano & Custer Counties v Westcliffe


On the market for the first time, the 55,486-deeded-acre Wolf Springs Ranch is a sportsman’s paradise outfitted with plenty of natural resources, production capabilities and magnificent scenery along the eastern face of the continental divide. Abundant water from several streams, reservoirs and springs support a resident elk herd, plentiful mule deer and pronghorn antelope supporting what could be a revenue-generating hunting operation. This complete ranch with first-class improvements operates as a bison-cattle-horse ranch with over 3,370 acres of irrigateable water rights. This legacy ranch is just 15 miles to the Silver West jet-accessible airport and under a two-hour drive to Colorado Springs. $54,700,000. Ron Morris, 970 535-0881.


River Canyon Ranch offers private full or part-time enjoyment with modern upscale accommodations in a spectacular canyon setting in high plains country. The ranch consists of over 10,000 acres (6,980 deeded and 3,110 state leased acres) and features a 3,800-square-foot main residence, a guest house, organic fruit and vegetable garden,

River Canyon Ranch

a large shop, three-stall horse barn and several pastures. $7,800,000. Ron Morris, 970 535-0881 or Ryan Tatsch, 719 565-8318.

New Mexico v Harding/Mora County v Wagon Mound

Chaney Ranch Colorado v Garfield Co. v Glenwood Springs


The entire 20+-acre horse lover’s property is surrounded by white panel fencing that shows off the pastures and improvements which include a historic brick farmhouse with veranda porches; bright red classic barn with loft, vet clinic, wash rack, stallion stall and pen; new 10-stall metal barn with turnouts; hay barn; outdoor arena and round pen. Also on the property are a guesthouse and manager’s home with office. Excellent senior water rights and conveniently located within one hour of Aspen and Vail. $1,750,000. Contact Mike Deer, 970 618-3081.


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Vista Verde Ranch


Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

Recognized among the most exclusive luxury guest ranches in the world, Vista Verde Ranch is one of three ranches in the nation awarded the prestigious AAA Four Diamond rating, North America’s premier hotel rating program. Shadowed by the rugged peaks of the snowcapped Zirkel Range at the headwaters of the Elk River, Vista Verde Ranch consists of 587 acres and over 90,000 square feet of top quality improvements. No expense was spared when the guest cabins, existing improvements and infrastructure were recently renovated. The new lodge addition, large indoor riding arena and luxury cabins provide the ultimate balance of indulgence and customized adventure for guests that visit from all over the world. Exceptional staff housing and a separate ranch manager home factor into the ranch’s history of attracting and retaining committed and reliable employees. The elegant 8,800 sq. ft. log owner’s home, adjoining the ranch and bordering Coulton Creek, is slightly elevated on the hill and overlooks the ranch headquarters in the distance.  Vista Verde Ranch has long attracted guests with an impressive variety of activities, outstanding cuisine and ultra-comfortable accommodations. Public land permits provide access to tens of thousands of acres on the surrounding Routt National Forest.  Steamboat Springs, with is world-class skiing, boutique shopping and fine dining are a half hour to the south and the Yampa Valley Regional Airport with a lengthy itinerary of flight cities is 45 minutes from the ranch. Vista Verde Ranch generates positive operating cash flow and is being offered turn-key at $19,900,000. Volume 55 Farm&Ranch West


Lyman Creek Ranch Montana v Gallatin County v Bozeman


Lyman Creek Ranch for sale in Montana is a “needle in a haystack” when it comes to ranch properties near a cultural community like Bozeman. Lyman Creek Ranch has a combination of coveted amenities:—live water, national forest access, tasteful structural improvements, privacy and an extraordinary location—that set it apart as an outstanding ranch estate. $3,950,000.

Wapiti Ranch


Montana v Ravalli County v Victor

On the west side of the picturesque Bitterroot Valley, just outside of Victor, Montana sits this extremely private and elegant retreat. A beautiful custom home overlooks irrigated pastureland that surround a lush riparian corridor formed by Gash Creek. In the distance spectacular views of the Sapphire and Bitterroot ranges will never get old. $2,250,000.

Crazy D Ranch Montana v Sweet Grass County v Big Timber


The Crazy D Ranch is one of those rare ranches with the size and agricultural production to be a viable farming and livestock operation while also providing excellent wild trout fisheries, upland bird hunting and big game hunting. The ranch also has one of the rarest of amenities for a western ranch, an approximate 350-acre private reservoir perfectly suited for water skiing and jet ski family fun on hot summer days. $16,500,000.

Circle B Spring Creek Ranch Montana v Gallatin County v Manhattan


Circle B Spring Creek Ranch is a historic Montana property whose visionary management

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combined with world-class fishing and wildlife create a perfect sportsmen’s paradise in southwest Montana. The collaboration of quality, location and amenities provide perfect balance to make this a truly unique and special experience. $6,900,000.

Madison Spring Creek Ranch Montana Gallatin County v Three Forks


Madison Spring Creek 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. $6,500,000.

Smith River Ranch


Montana v Fergus County v Lewistown

This productive river bottom hay ranch has the makings of a classic sportsman’s sanctuary, offering Central Montana’s prime hunting and fishing opportunities. The Judith River runs through the northern portion of the ranch, lined with cottonwood and willow trees that give way to grassy meadows and fields. This region is known to have some of the most fertile soil in the country.

Ruby River Overlook


Montana v Madison County v Alder

Ruby River Overlook is the quintessential Montana ranch getaway, offering 1,063± deeded acres of mountain vistas, rolling foothills and lush meadows perfectly complemented by an architecturally designed home built with outstanding detail, luxurious comforts and environmental sustainability. $5,950,000.

Reese Creek Meadow Homestead Montana v Gallatin County v Bozeman


Reese Creek Meadow Homestead’s lush meadows, fertile soils and plentiful water resources support apple and pear orchards, aspen groves and mature evergreens. The property overlooks

the distant Gallatin Valley and offers sweeping views from the nearby Bridger range all the way to


the westerly Tobacco Root Mountains.

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Grizzly Creek Ranch 1,967Âą Acres

Montana v Park County v Paradise Valley


Majestic granite peaks, rising 2,000 feet above the floor of the valley, stand guard over Grizzly Creek Ranch. Located in the highly coveted Tom Miner Basin of Paradise Valley, this 1967 acre ranch is home to some of the most spectacular views in a valley known for its beauty. As you enter the property, everything in sight is Grizzly Creek Ranch, Yellowstone National





Wilderness or National Forest lands. Just 24 miles northwest of Gardiner, Montana (the north entrance to Yellowstone National Park), this extraordinary property gives one access to some of the most unique geological features and endless recreational activities available in the United States and the world. $19,940,000.


This 120-acre Paradise Valley ranch borders the Yellowstone River with approximately 1,200 feet of very accessible river frontage. The Journey Circle M Ranch offers panoramic views of the Absaroka and Gallatin Mountain ranges as well as the world class

Journey Circle M Ranch on the Yellowstone Montana v Park County v Paradise Valley

trout fishing of the Yellowstone River in your backyard yet is only minutes away from the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness with its endless trail system and recreation, Chico Hot Springs with fine dining

and accommodations, Livingston with its art galleries and many restaurants and Yellowstone National Park and its geological wonders. $3,950,000.


These 130 acres are in one of the most beautiful and pristine areas of Paradise Valley, Montana. Bordered by U.S. Forest Service land and conservation easements, this property offers unparalleled privacy. A picturesque log cabin sits on a hill overlooking your private pond. Walk out of your front door to fishing in Rock Creek and a spring fed pond. Hike in old growth forests and hunt on public and private lands. This Rock Creek acreage offers multiple building sites, all of which provide spectacular views. This property has year-round

Rock Creek Retreat Montana v Park County v Paradise Valley

access, utilities and is neighbored by some of the finest homes in Paradise Valley! $2,975,000.

Larry Jordan 406-222-1623

Rick Eisen 406-223-6872

2329 East River Road Livingston, MT 59047


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Willow Creek Ranch Montana v Park County v Paradise Valley


Drop down into this 307-acre very private lush oasis nestled between large ranches with views of the Crazy, Bridger and Absaroka Mountain ranges. This property has over a mile of Willow Creek running through it, including two small ponds offering a private fishing paradise and also attracting local wildlife including elk, deer and bear. The ranch also offers a recently updated log home and is close to forest service offering unlimited recreational opportunities, yet only a 12 mile drive to the town of Livingston, Montana. $2,274,000.


Just north of Interstate 40 in the Kaibab National Forest, this ranch contains nearly 8,000 deeded acres including two very private “inholding� parcels within the forest boundary. These parcels contain just under 160 deeded acres each and are completely surrounded by the Kaibab National Forest. The northern parcel is the ranch headquarters site and includes a ranch house with rustic barn and corrals. The ranch carrying capacity is for 267 animal unit’s year-long and varies in elevation from 5,200 feet to 6,200 feet

Goldtrap Ranch Arizona v Coconino County v Flagstaff/Kingman

with the headquarters situated at 5,460 feet. Access is provided by Forest Road #142 approximately 6 miles north of Interstate 40 at Ashfork, Arizona. The ranch is watered by over 30 earthen reservoirs scattered throughout each pasture. The ranch is fenced and cross-fenced into six main pastures with nine working/holding traps. The northern portion of the ranch is behind locked gate where the majority of the deeded land is located. This is a vast area of open space located near the center of the Coconino Plateau which stretches from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon to the Mogollon Rim. Additional income is generated from elk hunting, wood-cutting and significant reserves of flagstone/sandstone quarries. $3,800,000.


In central Apache County, between Alpine and Springerville, this ranch sits along U.S. Highway 180 in the Nutrioso Valley at the confluence of Colter Creek and Nutrioso Creek with over half a mile of meandering Nutrioso Creek running through the property. It includes 118+ total acres with grandfathered water rights for 33.8 acres of

Nutrioso Valley Horse Property Arizona v Apache County v Springerville

irrigated pasture. Farmable acreage has been utilized for livestock grazing on improved pasture and can be irrigated via gravity flow dirt ditches. Beautiful views of Escudilla Mountain lie in the

heart of the White Mountains. There are numerous homesites on the property with excellent access including over a quarter mile of paved frontage along U.S. Highway 180. Additional access is provided by county-maintained roads on both the north and south boundaries. Was $1,200,000. Reduced to $1,000,000.


North of St. Johns in Apache County, the ranch includes 1,760 deeded acres with state and BLM leases for 121 animal units yearlong. Newly improved with several miles of new pipeline, numerous storage tanks/drinkers supplied by four wells. Total ranch is over 11,000 acres with a five pasture rotational grazing system and one small holding trap. All ranch fences have been

Broken L Ranch Arizona v Apache County v St. Johns

reworked including over two miles of new fencing. The main block of the ranch is behind locked gate providing the owner with great privacy and seclusion. $700,000.

Little Reservoir Ranch Arizona v Apache County v St. Johns


Two miles east of St. Johns, Arizona, this ranch runs 331 animal units yearlong on state, BLM and private grazing leases. The ranch includes 362 deeded acres with a full set of working ranch headquarter improvements and two houses each with a well powered by on-grid electricity. There are six wells in total and over four miles of pipeline dispersing water throughout the ranch as well as live water in the Little Colorado River. $950,000.

Traegen Knight P.O. Box 1980 St. Johns, Arizona 85936

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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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Salmon Riverfront Ranch Idaho v Lemhi County v Salmon


This gorgeous ranch borders almost three-quarters of a mile of the beautiful Salmon River, with 360-degree views of the surrounding valley and mountains of the Continental Divide. There are 128+ acres of lush, irrigated pastures and hayfields with top-notch livestock facilities! This turn-key horse facility includes a large, metal, 12-stall heated barn with automatic waterers, tack room, veterinary supply room, office and feed room. Eight stalls have turnout paddocks. The fully fenced ranch has new fencing, loafing sheds, outdoor paddocks, round pen and an outdoor arena. A large metal workshop is adjacent to the barn. The 1,930-square-foot house is a well-cared for, three-bedroom, three-bath with an attached two-car garage. The ranch offers three splits for additional possibilities! Enjoy incredible outdoor activities, including horseback riding, hunting and fishing in all directions. $1,499,000. You may view the virtual tour at

300±-Acre Ranch Idaho v Lemhi County v Salmon


Location, location, location! This is an incredible opportunity for development with some of the best views in the Salmon Valley and excellent highway access. It includes irrigated pasture and hayfields with excellent water rights, wheel lines and hand lines. The property

Corky & Paige Oeding

borders BLM with excellent hunting, fishing and horseback riding opportunities. Enjoy loads

614 Main Street • Salmon, ID 83467

of wildlife, including elk and deer, as well as a three-bedroom, two-bath house. $1,099,000. You may view the virtual tour at

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This exclusive 110+-acre property sits on both sides of the spectacular Anthracite Creek for approx. 1/3 mile, providing countless opportunities for your private trophy trout fishing. Included is an authentic log home with over 3300 sq. ft. of luxurious living amongst the aspen and spruce trees. Both the beautiful great room and the wrap-around deck of-

Pearl Ranch

fer majestic mountain views. Approx. 10 irrigated acres of open pasture land make this a wonderful

Colorado v Gunnison County v Somerset

property for your horses. Large pond for additional

enjoyment and recreation. The upper end of this property borders Gunnison National Forest. Approx. 1 hour from Aspen or Glenwood springs and 1½ hours from Grand Junction, this property offers the finest alpine lifestyle, but with easy year-round access. A one-of-a-kind that won’t disappoint. $1,900,000.

Holland Ranch Colorado v Delta County v Crawford


This custom home sits on 70 acres in Crawford and borders the Smith Fork of the Gunnison. The land features an orchard, gardens and a bounty of trees supporting a (certified) wildlife habitat that attracts songbirds, trout, deer and turkey in mild Colorado climate. There is plenty of outdoor living space, including over .25 mile of private access to the Smith Fork with

Prime Hunting Ranch Colorado v Gunnison County v Paonia


These 460 acres border national forest approximately 11.5 miles southeast of Paonia between 8,000 and 9,000 feet in elevation. It consists of aspens, dark timber, a trout pond, year-round creek and springs. It is accessible via year-round county road and seasonal Forest Service road. The ranch is close to Beaver Reservoir with spectacular views of nearby West Elk Mountain peaks. It includes a newer three-bedroom log cabin with solar power, indoor hot and cold running water, plus bunkhouse, equipment shed, three ATVs, snowmobile, generator, furnishings and more. This is a spectacular location. $1,900,000 – call today!

its very own small waterfall. Two hay/pasture fields, spring-fed pond, irrigation water, highproducing well plus 50% interest in two other wells, plenty of trees, seclusion and character

Hanson Ranch Colorado v Delta County v Hotchkiss

make these 70 acres unique and special. The quality constructed, rustic modern ranch home has 2,400 square feet, a comfortable open floor plan, three bedrooms, two baths and three-car garage with a surplus of custom finishes must be seen to be appreciated. $1,212,000.


This executive home has land and river frontage. Located near Hotchkiss, this custom, four-bedroom,

Mountain West • Lario Team Bob and Linda Lario

North Fork of the Gunnison River and West Elk Mountains, in-floor heat, central air, custom window shades, exceptional kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, heated exterior walkways and beautiful

225 Grand Avenue • P.O. Box 778 Paonia, CO 81428

landscaping with small waterfall. Outbuildings include a two-car heated garage, 60x45 temperature-

970 527-7756 • 888 374-7756

apartment. It is all on 36.5 acres with good irrigation, fenced alfalfa/pasture, gated pipe, spring decrees,


3,300-square-foot home is loaded with extra features like upper and lower decks overlooking the

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controlled shop/garage building and 100x50 heated and cooled shop building with one-bedroom pond and incredible river frontage. There is nothing else quite like it; it must be seen. $1,300,000.

Rare Sierra Ranch Near Tahoe

Trout Creeks, Meadows and Timberland

California v Plumas Co. v Red Clover Valley


This ranch is within easy reach of the Bay Area. The historic Clover Valley Ranch lies in a private valley and offers exciting opportunities for recreation and ranching. Surrounded by mountains, this 3,000+-acre ranch has two trout creeks, expansive meadows, abundant wildlife, pine forests and protection that will ensure your friends and family will enjoy it for generations. Multiple home sites with sweeping views provide flexibility for a partnership and/or guest quarters. Enjoy horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, bird watching and hunting in complete privacy, all within easy reach of the Bay Area, Tahoe and Reno International Airport. Proximity to five world-class golf courses, Davis Lake, and the small towns of Portola and Graeagle plus income potential from livestock and agriculture are just a few more reasons to own this amazing ranch. $3,950,000.

Rocky Springs Ranch California Tehama County v Mt. Lassen Foothills


Rocky Springs Ranch is a true sportsman’s paradise with 2,995 acres of rolling meadows and blue oak woodlands that are 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 and located only 45 minutes east of I-5 and the ranching/farming community of Red Bluff in Northern California. Currently wintering around 150 pair. $3,800,000.

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Sleepy Farm Ranch California v San Luis Obispo Co. v Paso Robles


Situated in Paso Robles, the heart of Central Coast Wine Country, in the area known as the Templeton Gap, Sleepy Farm Ranch is a 382±-acre ranch overflowing with possibilities. Featuring soils ideal for almonds, grapes, pasture and grain, Sleepy Farm Ranch boasts 80± farmable acres with additional potential acreage along the ridge tops and the balance utilizable for grazing land. Enveloped by vineyards and wineries, Sleepy Farm Ranch is complemented by a main home, barns, numerous outbuildings and corrals. $5,250,000. Property ID: 46981

Old Fairchild Headquarters California v San Luis Obispo Co. v Harmony


Paine Ranch California v San Luis Obispo County v Templeton


Situated east of Templeton, the stunning 83.5±-acre Paine Ranch offers extensive improvements providing

Embraced by groves of 100-year-old eucalyptus vast agricultural processing and manufacturing possibilities (subject to approval). Complemented by trees and entrancing ocean air, Old Fairchild multiple houses, the production facilities include three large barns/shops comprising approximately Headquarters is comprised of 34± acres 25,000± square feet under roof. Water is supplied via a 100± gpm well with pump, irrigation pond and abounding with potential. Currently utilized as fresh water storage for domestic and livestock use. $3,625,000. Property ID: 47162 grazing land, and complemented by a stunning, two-story, turn of the 20th Century Victorian

Franscioni Vineyard

home and just one mile from of the dazzling Pacific Ocean, Old Fairchild Headquarters boasts

California v San Luis Obispo County v Paso Robles

opportunity for development into a coastal bed & breakfast, tasting room, or seaside retreat. $2,250,000. Property ID: 46976

Pete Clark 1031 Pine Street • Paso Robles, CA 93446

805 238-7110 office 805 238-1324 fax BRE# 00656930


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Franscioni Vineyard presents a unique opportunity to acquire 60± acres of vineyard planted with Cabernet Sauvignon. Comprising a total of 85± acres under Williamson Act Contract, the Franscioni Vineyard property is improved with a home, barn, mare motel/horse barn, covered arena and roping arena. Water is supplied via two wells: one domestic, one irrigation. $2,350,000. Property ID: 47196

SJ Ranch: 204 Acres Colorado v Park County v Fairplay


A creek flows through this fully fenced parcel with winter elk habitat! Directly adjacent on two sides to the treed 25,000-acre James Mark Jones State Elk Preserve, which allows hunting in season with a permit, the ranch has endless horseback riding options. A water well has been drilled for homes, barns and livestock and electric power is ready. The shed is clean Colorado v Grand County v Silverthorne 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. $249,999. A peninsula of land bordering a wide river and creek, this mountainous land has awe-inspiring views of the entire valley from its treed hilltop building sites, easy year round access and end of the road privacy. The river flows along for nearly one mile. Power and natural gas are all available in the area. It backs directly to BLM land and more river frontage. National forest is across the road Colorado v Park County v Hartsel and goes for miles. Jeep road/ driveway leads to both of the hilltops. Fish, ride, ski, snowmobile or just relax and enjoy the views! Ski and golf at six famous resorts within 75 minutes drive time. A quick 26 miles north of Silverthorne, the ranch is two hours northwest of Denver. Can be split into two parcels. $999,999.

Williams Fork River Ranch: 142 Acres

A Singleton Ranch: 320 Acres


Tremendous views of more than a dozen 14,000 foot mountain summits! Incredible privacy, but just 3.5 miles off Colorado Highway 9, one hour south of resorts at Breckenridge. Buffalo Creek is small and meanders through the land. No HOA, no easements and no utilities. The property is .5 mile to national forest lands. Treed hilltop at the south end. Terrific price for a retreat in a place of peace and quiet. 90 minutes west of Colorado Springs. Up to nine domestic wells can be drilled here. $169,999.

Backing National Forest: 252 Acres Colorado v Park County v Hartsel


A half-mile of shared boundary with Pike National Forest and the Thirty Nine Mile Mountain therein. A good year-round spring keeps the watering tanks full. Expansive views of pristine hillsides and mountain ridge tops are enjoyed from every acre. Easy access on State Highway 9, just 75 minutes from Breckenridge or Colorado Springs. With no covenants or restrictions and no conservation easement, this is a natural canvas to complete in any way you prefer. Up to seven domestic water wells can be drilled here. $375,000.

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! $799,999. Property ID: 72894

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

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Diamond K Ranch


Eastman Lake Front

California v Contra Costa County v Brentwood

California v Shasta County v Fall River Mills


Beautiful, state-of-the-art gated equestrian facility on 6+ acres centrally This lakefront property on Eastman Lake has a magnificent home with quality located in Brentwood. The facility is perfect to host indoor or outdoor construction, huge great room with high windows, wraparound deck, gourriding events and training clinics. This single-level, custom home has met kitchen with Dacor cooktop island, native river rock fireplace, private boat five bedrooms, three full baths, gourmet kitchen, sunken tub, master ramp and dock and an oversized garage. The home and grounds are designed bedroom suite. The full-service horse boarding facility with irrigated grass for handicap access. The Lava Springs-fed lake hosts large native rainbow trout turnouts, lighted indoor arena with Attwood Footing, MD breezeway that can be caught from the back deck. $995,000. Property ID: 45888 barns, 60-foot round pen, outdoor sand arena and a 60x40shop. $1,489,000.

Views of Yosemites Half Doom California v Tuolumne County v Coulterville


Life on the Fall River California v Shasta County v Fall River Mills


Beautiful home with boat dock, picnic area and fishing walkways, all

Gorgeous, private custom log cabin with Yosemite National Park views! These on 8 acres with 500'+ of frontage on the bank of this world-class trophy 12+ acres are surrounded by trees on a private road. Wake up and watch Half trout fishing stream. Kitchen/family room with Wolf gas 6-burner range Dome glow in sunrise radiance from your easy chair. Two-hour drive or 20-min- and cozy wood stove. Formal dining/Living room has a fireplace. Nice ute private flight from the Bay Area. Can be home base for water sports on sun room along the back of home, opening to huge deck overlooking Lake Don Pedro (25 minutes), snowskiing at Badger Pass Resort (90 mins), or the Fall River. Graveled fishing pathway to the banks of the Fall River. explore Yosemite National Park (60 mins). Bring the quads/dirt bikes/guns/ This versatile property has lots of possibilities, and affords a wonderful friends/family, this is your private vacation paradise. $499,900.

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

Property Pending Sale

Sunshine 275 Days a Year California v Siskiyou County v Dorris/Macdoel

Indian Tom Lake is in the Southern Cascade Range high desert, close

Income-Producing Alfalfa Ranch

to the Oregon border. In the Klamath Basin at 4,100 foot elevation, this

California v Siskiyou County v Dorris


location is ideal for harnessing solar power. Three parcels: A-B-C =107 acres with improvements. The local town is Dorris/Macdoel with a private airport. $245,000.

Jerry R. Vaughn Alain Pinel Realtors

4,770± acres; 370 acres planted/irrigated alfalfa, 1,546± acres dry farming and lots of flat land to expand a farming operation. This ranch has grazing meadows for cattle, an abundance of wildlife and big game for hunting, timber, two 1,000-ton hay barns, three homes, five spring-fed ponds, two

601 Sycamore Valley Rd. West • Danville, CA 94526

pivot irrigation systems with wells, barns and outbuildings. Seller is motivated

925 791-2545 office • 925 200-3030 cell

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Opportunity knocks and seller financing is available. Six ranches totaling

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fertilized for 2014 harvest. A custom farming agreement is in place. Check out for more information. Property ID: 72824

Lock, Stock and Barrel: Willow Valley Ranch Oregon v Klamath County v Bonanza


Free, gravity flow water, 5,285 acre cattle ranch/3,074 acre water rights of which 800 acres produce 1,600 ton hay, 680 acres in NRCS, balance in rangeland grazing. Includes 35,000± acres out-the-gate BLM permit intermingling with deeded meadows for grazing into fall. Approximately 800-head capacity-maximum production and minimal cost. Lovely owner’s home, four others, huge shop, livestock barn with scale and covered working chute, hay barns, corrals, plus CATTLE, HAY AND EQUIPMENT. Deer, elk, antelope, waterfowl, quail and dove. Bass and trout in the 20,000± acre feet reservoirs. $9,999,000. MLS# 80968

Inshallah Ranch


Oregon v Grant County v Canyon City

The Inshallah Ranch is known throughout the state for its exceptional big game hunting. In Grant County, midway between Burns and John Day, it is a first-class cattle and hunting ranch. The ranch has 12,000 acres of deeded ground and 12,000 acres US Forest Service grazing permits. There are 564 acres with water rights, five houses, first-class improvements and private location. The ranch is exceptionally well watered with 50+ springs and numerous creeks. Trophy bull elk in the 350 to 400 class and mule deer in the 170 to 200 class. $9,999,000. MLS# 82919

Pine, Cedar and Fir Oregon v Klamath County v Klamath Falls


Pine, cedar and fir populate this 2,841-acre ridge. Awe inspiring views overlook Aspen Lake, Klamath Lake and the Running Y Farm and Resort, a mix of ponderosa, incense cedar, Douglas and white fir, plus 1,424± acres are in well-stocked pine plantations of 2 to 30+-year age class. There is good access, numerous building sites, excellent habitat for elk and deer with abundant wildlife and close proximity to Mt. Lakes and Sky Lakes Wildernesses and Winema National Forest. $1,528,271. MLS# 82773

Crops, Timber and Hunting


Oregon v Klamath County v Klamath Falls

Crops, timber and hunting are all on 14,506 diversified Klamath County acres. 377 acres in potatoes, alfalfa, grain and pasture with three irrigation wells, two pivots plus wheel lines. There is summer grazing for up to 1,350 AUMs throughout the balance of timbered acreage, with good stock water. Excellent elk and deer habitat, eligible for 6 landowner preference tags. The property has two homes, an equipment shed, shop, two hay barns, steel corrals, plus a historic stage stop barn, and a hunting cabin newly remodeled. A private paradise just minutes from Klamath Falls, Oregon. $7,650,000. MLS# 84049

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Cottonwood Springs Ranch Colorado v La Plata County v Durango


The 525-acre Cottonwood Springs Ranch is an exceptional value. Set above a mile of Texas Creek, this luxury ranch offers many lifestyle and recreational amenities. Ranch improvements complement a landscape of freshwater ponds, meadows and hillsides of aspen, ponderosa and spruce. The 5,700-square-foot main residence includes a chef’s kitchen, wine bar, library and great room, along with ample outdoor entertaining areas. Nearby is the remodeled Western-style three-bedroom guest home. Other improvements include equestrian facilities, an 1890s homesteaders cabin and outbuildings for storage and equipment. The property is adjacent to 2,400 acres of BLM, and down the road from 2,000,000 acres of national forest. Natural resources on the property include hay production, excellent water rights and 100% mineral right ownership. $8,750,000. Property ID: 42067

Two Waters Ranch Colorado v La Plata County v Durango


The 105-acre Two Waters Ranch enjoys .5 mile of Hay Gulch Creek and ample La Plata River frontage amidst a backdrop of 360 degree views of major mountain ranges and the Highlands

of New Mexico. Pastures accentuate  old-growth woodlands of  Ponderosa, Aspen and Cottonwoods. Seasonal ponds provide water for elk, deer and turkey. Occasionally, eagles can be

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seen above the river searching for fish. The property has excellent year-round access and three

miles away. Whether your passion is in wildlife, exploring history, fly-fishing or equestrian

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adventures, Two Waters Ranch will exceed your private sanctuary expectations. $1,799,000.

Quarter Circle 4 Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Toponas


The Quarter Circle 4 Ranch operates 5,629 acres which includes 1,520 deeded acres and 4,109 leased acres with the leased property being directly adjacent to the deeded acreage on the south, east and west of the ranch. Property is adjacent to BLM. The ranch is a combination of aspen forest, numerous ponds, creeks, sage and grass hillsides and irrigated pasture with ditch rights. There is a modest three-bedroom home with barn and other great locations for other homes. Property is approximately three miles off of pavement. The ranch is located halfway between Steamboat Springs and Vail. The property has no conservation easement on it. Wildlife includes great deer and elk hunting with other hunting species available. A great opportunity for a working and recreational ranch. Also an ideal property for a guest ranch. Property is co-listed with Mason and Morse. $3,350,000.

800 279-0406

Casa Barranca Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose


Black Canyon of the Gunnison, one of the nation’s newest national parks. Can you imagine having your home or vacation retreat overlooking this incredible Canyon? This one of a kind home with impressive upgrades sits on 33 acres and comes fully furnished. (You know if it has an infinity pool and helipad it has to be good.) Videos about construction techniques and the property are available at The Casa Barranca is also a donation candidate to the National Park Service for tax benefits. Additionally, there is a 1766 acre ranch (see below) that is within ¼ mile of Casa Barranca for that perfect hunting and recreational retreat. Casa Barranca is co-listed with Leadbetter Webster Land Co. $4,500,000.


The Canyon Ranch of the Gunnison is 1,766 deeded acres and



the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National This




been used as a recreational hunting



with quality deer and elk and other mountain species.

Canyon Ranch of the Gunnison 1,766 Acres

Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose

1559 Logan St. • Denver, CO 80203

303 861-8282 •

Co-listed with

The ranch is a combination of meadows, gambrel oak and aspen. There are tremendous views of the Black Canyon as well as the adjacent valley. Included is a very nice log lodge and two additional cabins for sleeping quarters for guests. Only 72 acres of the property is in conservation easement and the remainder of the ranch is an excellent candidate for an additional easement. The ranch is co-listed with Leadbetter Webster Land Co. $6,000,000.

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This place is beautiful, secluded and quiet, yet still close to Fort Collins, Cheyenne and Laramie. Bring your horses, cows or just your camera to photograph the abundant wildlife and birds. Live in the middle of this mecca in a gorgeous two-bedroom, two-bath, totally-up-to-date home that has every amenity imaginable, complete with barn and a stream flowing through the front yard. There are four ponds for fishing plus a very nice second two-bedroom home for guests or rental a few hundred yards upstream from the main house. Both homes were stick built on site and are in immaculate condition. Numerous small shops and outbuildings and a hay meadow complete the setup and add to the ambiance. Can be divided. $999,000. Call Les or Greg.

83Âą Acres of Heaven Colorado v Larimer County v Fort Collins/Laramie

148Âą Treed Pastoral Acres Colorado v Weld County v Eaton


These 148 treed pastoral acres feature an absolutely beautiful home completely renovated with high-end finishes, Pella windows/doors, Viking appliances, galley kitchen, solarium, granite and a beautiful flower garden area/landscaping. There is great pasture, a 32.5-acre Mason Reservoir with storage and running rights, lots of outbuildings and great horse facilities, multiple parcels for additional homes and buildings, extra water tap and no covenants or HOA. It lies east of Eaton, Colorado. $1,545,000. Call Les or Greg.


ERPRISES, T N E INC RI Greg Feit 970 281-5911

Les Gelvin, Broker/Owner 970 214-6139

970 221-2607 office


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Magnificent Wolf Creek Ranch Utah v Wasatch County v Woodland


Wolf Creek Ranch is a magnificent, gated, 14,000-acre community comprised of 84x160-acre parcels. A carefully chosen, suggested 10-acre dedicated building site on each parcel allows for a home, guest cottage and a barn to be constructed. Owner amenities include 28 miles of paved roads, 60 miles of groomed and maintained mixed-use trails, an owner’s lodge, stocked trout ponds and common area sites for camping and other outdoor activities. This is an opportunity to own land that will be a legacy to pass from generation to generation. Lots from $895,000 to $1,400,000; Homes from $2,495,000 to $8,350,000. Property ID: 44857

Privacy, Yet Close to Park City

Rocky Point Ranch

Utah v Summit County v Park City


On 183 acres of rolling terrain, Rocky Point Ranch offers a 4,300-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath contemporary home designed by the owners to welcome the outdoors in. The design of the home captures the feeling of light, spaciousness and the expansive beauty of the surrounding land. A trapper’s-style cabin, 1,400 square-foot log guest home has a large protected deck, living room, kitchen, two bedrooms and two baths. The state-of-the-art stable has six box stalls, washing bay, tack room, one half-bath and plenty of storage. Just outdoors,

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there is a a newly constructed 100x150 riding arena with composite footing. For the garden enthusiast, a large greenhouse is close to the house. $2,995,000. Property ID: 44828 Volume 55 Farm&Ranch West


Rancho Rio Cucharas 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

Huerfano Valley Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v Walsenburg


hillsides. A full set of working ranch facilities highlights this successful Originating in 1876, this ranch has been in the same family for nearly 140 years. This 1,040±-acre ranch offers irrigated hay meadows, river operation. $2,950,000. Broker: Paul Machmuller. Property ID: 44416 frontage on the Huerfano River, abundant natural grasslands, multiple residences and unlimited possibilities for the future. $2,700,000. Broker: Sam Faris. Property ID: 45315

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

Eight Feathers Ranch

155± deeded acres and 780± leased acres of cropland and pasture with balance in improvements and feedlot. $1,250,000. Listed by FWRE of Wyoming. Susan Pokorny and Timmery Hellyer. Property ID: 45707


Wyoming v Fremont County v Ft. Washakie

Situated 17 miles north of Lander, this lovely 240±-acre property offers both sides of the Little Wind River. The property features good fishing, grazing, recreational opportunities and several fine build sites. $1,100,000. Listed by FWRE of Wyoming. Susan Pokorny and Timmery Hellyer. Property ID: 41969

Shoshone River Overlook Wyoming v Park County v Cody

Colorado River Retreat Colorado v Eagle County v Burns


This 34± acre end-of-the-road in-holding is completely surrounded by thousands of acres of BLM lands along a secluded section of the Colorado River. The property features good access and unlimited recreational opportunities. $475,000. Broker: Jack Kavanaugh. Property ID: 44055 ®


This 48-acre horse-friendly property is 10 miles southwest of Cody at the

7921 Southpark Plaza #108 • Littleton, CO 80120

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end of a county road, three miles south of the South Fork of the Shoshone River. Adjudicated water rights produce good hay with several fine build sites. $490,000. Listed by FWRE of Wyoming, Jack Kavanaugh. Property ID: 47968


A hidden gem in the western Black Hills, this ranch in one of the most picturesque and private set-

Lytle Creek Ranch

tings available in the Bear Lodge Mountains. End of the road privacy with live water and the entire east side bordering the Black Hills National Forest. The ranch is comprised of 1,160 deeded acres

Wyoming v Crook County v Hulett

with a striking mixture of pine covered hills, steep canyons, aspen groves, high meadows, unobstructed views, creek bottoms and bur oak draws provide an exquisite landscape. Almost two miles of Lytle Creek runs through the ranch. Ranch buildings include a three-bedroom home, hunter’s cabin, several barns and sheds. The combination of majestic vistas, mountain scenery, live water and access to public lands make the Lytle Creek Ranch a place you’ll want to enjoy for a lifetime. $3,480,000.






with 451 acres on Oudin Hill and adjacent to Highway 14 with good year-round access. This rugged and picturesque landscape offers terrific views of Devils Tower, the Missouri

Oudin Hill Retreat Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance

Buttes, and the surrounding Black Hills. The diverse terrain offers secluded draws, open parks, wooded hills with pine and bur oak, high plateaus with long-range views and steep

slopes with rim rock outcroppings. A good trail system runs through the property. There are several reservoirs and a spring development piped into a tank for livestock water. With its central location, paved highway access and incredible scenery, this Black Hills setting is ideally situated for a year round place or recreational hideaway. $815,000.

Hensley Butte Ranch


Wyoming v Campbell County v Gillette

1,842 deeded acres in the rolling hills north of Gillette about 20 miles. The ranch has good access, with the main entrance being

Lodge on Lytle Creek

only .5 mile from a paved highway. The property is contiguous and cross-fenced into

Wyoming v Crook County v Hulett

five pastures. Livestock water is provided by


Stunning property with live water in a premier Black Hills location just minutes from Devils Tower. a water well with a pipeline that feeds several Lytle Creek runs year-round through this remarkable 12.5-acre property. A park-like venue with a tanks throughout the property plus two thick stand of bur oak trees, open meadows, views across the valley, and two custom homes nestled windmills, five reservoirs and Jamison Creek, in the woods above the stream. The main home has a western lodge atmosphere with an open floor which is seasonal. Currently the owners plan that works great for entertaining. Features include a massive great room, vaulted ceilings, wood lease out the ranch for summer grazing. and tile flooring, several sets of glass patio doors, library nook, loft, extensive decks and outdoor At an elevation from 4,100 to 4,600 feet, living spaces. The private two-story guest house is situated with views overlooking the creek and is the property consists of rolling grasslands, interesting buttes and some deep draws. The currently used as a bed and breakfast. This excellent Black Hills retreat has it all! $598,000.


Remarkable Black Hills setting on 330 acres in the hills north of Devils Tower. The property is about four miles cross country from the Tower with picturesque scenery and panoramic views. Situated

topography and vegetation on the ranch and

Sawmill Gulch Ranch Wyoming v Crook County v Hulett

in the surrounding area provide habitat for mule deer and antelope. A good grass ranch within an easy drive of Gillette. $1,382,000.

along Sawmill Gulch and Storm Hill, the land offers a variety of terrain with open meadows, a seasonal creek, and the obscure alcoves of Sawmill Gulch, which give way to steep timbered hillsides and high plateaus with outstanding views which include Devils Tower, the Missouri Buttes, and the Bear Lodge. Pine, bur oak, and cottonwood cover the countryside with many others native shrubs completing this striking scene. A good trail system provides access

Jim Pederson 505 W. Main Street Newcastle, WY 82701

to the canyon areas and higher elevations. A distinctive offering in an extraordinary Black Hills landscape

307 746-2083

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Avaritte Performance Horse Ranch Colorado v Delta County v Delta


Beautiful Western Colorado performance horse 3,950-square-foot custom home, is located on a

Wildlife Mountain Retreat

scenic mesa and has stunning views of nearby

Colorado v Delta County v Cedaredge

ranch near Delta, this 70±-acre ranch, with a


Grand Mesa, the West Elks and overlooks the This beautiful 1,577±-acre alpine mountain ranch offers year-round access, three year-round Gunnison River and valley floor! The home creeks, alpine forests with aspen and spruce, mountain meadows and oaks in the lower features cathedral ceilings, a double fireplace, elevations, electricity and borders the Grand Mesa National Forest. The ranch is in Hunt Units combination kitchen/dining and living room, 411 and 52. Enjoy awesome elk, deer, bear and turkey hunting, gorgeous mountain and valley both offering unobstructed views across the views, snowmobiling and your own trout fishing paradise with over three miles of trout-filled valley. Lower level is suitable as a separate creeks. $6,950,000. Property ID: 42053 apartment with a private outside entrance.


These 90 beautiful, private Glade Park mountain

The barn (144x96) is insulated, includes a

acres have electric, phone, year-round access,

riding area, stalls, two restrooms, caretaker’s

superb wildlife habitat with pinions, cedars,

apartment, tack room, feed room and wash/vet

oaks, large year-round pond and 23 acres in dry

rack area. There is an adjacent outdoor arena measuring 375x150 with steel pipe fence. An

land alfalfa. There is excellent elk, deer, bear and

additional 60x24 barn includes tack room, feed

turkey hunting in game Unit 40, renowned for

room, hay storage and three large stalls. Includes

its trophy elk! A very unique 90 acres with its

31± irrigated acres planted in weed-free alfalfa

direct vehicle and foot access onto the adjoining

and a 16±-acre irrigated pasture. Access to your

BLMs Timber Ridge area (10,000+ acres). These

very own island on the Gunnison River with

90 acres with the BLM give you the feeling of a

excellent brown and rainbow trout fishing, plus

much larger ranch. Elevation is 7,800 feet and

excellent waterfowl hunting. Trails along the river are excellent for riding or hiking. Just seven miles from Delta or Cedaredge. $1,649,000.

Glade Park Retreat Colorado v Mesa County v Glade Park


These 275± beautiful and pristine mountain acres have high mountain meadows, gorgeous ponderosa pines and aspen and superb wildlife habitat with excellent big game hunting in Game Unit 40 (renowned for its trophy elk). It includes two adjudicated springs along with several mud tanks and wallows. This private and secluded setting features gorgeous mountain views, yet is only 30 miles to Grand Junction. The property borders the National Forest which adds to this recreational haven. $1,400,000. Property ID: 44920

Brian Mason 263 Main Street • Delta, CO 81416

970 234-3167 cell • 970 874-9968 office


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Exceptionally Private and Secluded Colorado v Mesa County v Glade Park

only 30 minutes to downtown Grand Junction. Enjoy the views, privacy and your very own wildlife sanctuary. $750,000.

Greensprings Box R Ranch Oregon v Jackson County v Ashland


Presenting the Greensprings Box R Ranch, a truly spectacular one-of-a-kind sanctuary. Set up to operate as a guest ranch, the property consists of multiple parcels covering not less than 913 deeded acres (potentially 953 ac) and surrounded by thousands of acres of protected monument area. Development includes 25,000 square feet of existing dwellings and commercial structures and has a non-expiring, permitted use to create, without time constraints, a frontier western village on 85 acres. Lush mountain meadows with 94 irrigated acres are framed by beautiful merchantable timbered hillsides, springs, ponds and live water creeks. This offering could be perfect for a corporate or public retreat, learning center, rehabilitation resort, nature spa or private estate. $7,900,000. Joel Ockunzzi, 541 944-2288. Property ID: 47205

Joel Ockunzzi, Broker Licensed in the state of Oregon

548 Business Park Dr. • Medford, OR 97504

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Ever After

A World-Class Equestrian Facility Arizona v Cochise County v Benson


This uniquely secluded 68-acre estate along the San Pedro River in Southeastern Arizona offers every conceivable amenity. There is a spacious 4,100-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bath, Mediterranean-Ranch style main home plus two distinctively attractive guesthouses and a foreman’s residence. The property includes a saltwater pool, stocked pond and three wells (one artesian). Extensive horse facilities include a 4,500-squarefoot show barn with box stalls, feed and tack rooms, laundry and bath, 200x300 arena, irrigated pastures and an extensive array of paddocks, runs, hay barns, workshop and over 30 outbuildings, etc. This is the ideal venue for hosting equestrian events. $2,950,000.

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This custom-built home on 148 irrigated acres has exceptional views and privacy! There are #1 water rights, excellent hay production, a three-car attached garage, attached RV garage, a 40x70 quonset building, a 75x100 hay shed plus outbuildings. State-of-the-art irrigation system with two pivots, three side rolls and seven big guns. The property is in six parcels.

57237 Highway 330 Colorado v Mesa County v Collbran


6800 Reeder Mesa Road Colorado v Mesa County v Whitewater


Quality throughout this custom-built home with exceptional views less than 30 minutes from downtown. It’s fenced and cross fenced with irrigated pastures and lots of improvements, including a three-car attached garage with grease pit. 12x22 cold storage cellar, 48x78 AG building with five overhead doors with tack room, room for four stalls, a 28x21 hay barn, 16x10 fuel storage building, 17x11 storage/living building, outside arena and a round pen. $930,000.

Ten Peaks Ranch


Colorado v Gunnison County v Marble

Don’t miss this opportunity to own one of the most spectacular recreation ranches available! This 57-acre parcel has over 1,000 feet of the Crystal River and adjoins the Raggeds Wilderness Area for .5 mile. Enjoy must-see views in all directions, as well as excellent trout fishing and big game hunting in your own backyard! The ranch is only one hour to world-class skiing in Aspen! $1,100,000.

Ragged Horn Ranch There are spectacular views and tons of privacy. The property has a pond, creeks, and adjoins

Two Rivers Realty, Inc. Steve Fleming, ALC 800 468-7345 970 241-3939

BLM and National Forest land. This property was formerly operated as a guest ranch. $695,000.

Colorado v Mesa County v Collbran


Enjoy four season recreation on 316 acres with a cabin, two bunkhouses, corrals and a barn!

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These 1,041 acres lie in an area known as Copper Mountain Subdivision. Platted and ready for development, these 84 lots range from 10 to 27 acres. Each lot is approved for a domestic well. County-approved roads are cut in and ready for gravel/blacktop. Culverts and drainage are in place. Underground utilities are approved for either side of the road. Approved water rights are available. A beautiful 3-acre lake is stocked with bass, bluegill and catfish. A completely furnished, 1,500-square-foot clubhouse with dock is ready for basketball, horseshoes and guests. Enjoy beautiful views from the Sierra Blanca to the Capitans and the Sacramento Mountains!

Over 1,000 Acres Platted and Developed New Mexico v Lincoln County v Ruidoso

High-End Horse Facility on 161.5 Acres! New Mexico v Lincoln County v Ruidoso


These 161.5 acres feature high-end horse facilities. The barn offers nine stalls, a vet room, office, corrals and fir-beamed ceilings. The outdoor pavilion has a flagstone fireplace and built-in grill. The two-bedroom, 2.5-bath home offers a double garage, in-floor heating, flagstone patios and a foreman’s quarters with large kitchen, bedroom, bath and in-floor heating. There is a large metal storage barn, hay barn and tack room. This place is ready to finish to your own taste! The 8,000-squarefoot main house has a four-car garage, five fireplaces, new metal roof and windows, as well as a stucco exterior, which is dried in and ready to finish. Enjoy the beautiful Anasazistyle dry stack stonework on the house, pavilion, barn and foreman’s quarters.

Spectacular Home on 25 Acres! New Mexico v Lincoln County v Ruidoso


This is possibly the nicest home in Lincoln County. This spectacular custom home sits on 25 acres on the Bonito River in Copper Canyon. The exteriors of all structures are dry stacked stone. There is a four-stall barn and paddocks, with tack room, feed storage, office and bathroom. These immaculate grounds also

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feature guest and caretaker’s quarters. Enjoy custom woodwork, beams and cabinets and solid 931 Highway 48 • Alto, NM 88312 granite countertops throughout. The outdoor living area has a built-in grill, fireplace, fire pit and 575-336-7711 • 575-937-3166 cell television. The main house has two living areas and a four-car garage with guest quarters above! • Call listing agent for additional information.


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Laguna Island Ranch California v Kings County v Lemoore


The outstanding 40.02±-acre turn-key horse facility includes a 21,472±-square-foot horse barn which features eight box stalls with runs, eight mare motel stalls, covered saddling/work area, two wash racks, an office, tack room, feed/vet room and a utility room/restroom. The facility also includes a 42,000±-square-foot covered arena, round pens, cutting pen, turnout pen, hot walker, exercise track and miles of quality metal fencing. Other support buildings consist of a caretaker’s home, a hay barn/trailer storage building, and a shop/equipment storage building. A Pro Cutter mechanical cow, cattle loading and handling equipment and a California Livestock brand registration are also included with the facility. The elegant 5,675±-square-foot, two-story residence has four bedrooms, four full and two half-baths, twin master suites and high vaulted ceilings, accented with chandeliers and recessed lighting. The ornamental wrought-iron handrail on the staircase contributes to the look and feel of a Mediterranean estate. The home was meticulously wired for security, music and technology. The wide-open kitchen

Dan Kevorkian, A.L.C.

has extensive granite countertops, custom cabinetry and top-of-the line stainless steel commercial-grade

7480 N. Palm Avenue, Ste. 101 Fresno, CA 93711

appliances. Dine in the elegant formal dining room or informally in the great room with a magnificent

559 905-8073 cell • 559 447-6237 office

fireplace. Upstairs includes his & hers offices with a library, loft and balcony that overlooks the pasture and horse facility. An attached guesthouse, gym and spacious utility room are included. $3,200,000.

Destination Rancho California v Siskiyou County v Montague


Find country living in the heart of Shasta Valley in Siskiyou County. Enjoy end-of-the-road privacy and 360-degree panoramic views from this 43+-acre gated estate. The property boasts an exquisitely constructed 4,782-square-foot main residence with vast living areas and masterful kitchen; a historic restored depot as two-bedroom guesthouse; one-bedroom carriage house attached to a six-car garage and shop; small barn and fenced pastures. The main house is three bedrooms and 3.5 baths; large open marble entry with oversized doorways; hardwood floors; dramatic 30-foot ceilings; extensive covered and open decking with gorgeous views of pastures, mountains and Mt. Shasta. There is a spacious, dreamy kitchen with cherry wood custom cabinets; granite countertops; large island and walk-in pantry; formal dining room plus bright breakfast room. High-efficiency Buderius water and home heating system; central air; Vacuflo central vacuum; two gas fireplaces; hidden 22x35 craft area on second floor. The property is ideal as an equestrian center, retreat or family farm.

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Realtors ®

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Paradise found in this Equestrian Dream property. A10,000-square-foot indoor riding arena has Atwood Equine polymer sand and microfiber base, an attached living area and a deck. The 2,907-squarefoot main home consists of three bedrooms and three baths. The great room has a floor-to-ceiling rock fireplace surrounded by windows to view the river and red cliffs. The master suite has a private deck with hot tub, plus sitting area with fireplace. The gourmet kitchen has exceptional quality appliances and granite countertops. A guest cottage has one bedroom, kitchen, living room and private deck. The 1,122-square-foot barn has a tack room and wash station with holding area. Each of the three Equine Classic stalls has its own turn out. This 8-acre lot is in two irrigated parcels with vinyl electrified fencing. The house overlooks Hermosa Creek and is beautifully landscaped with flowing streams, flowering bushes and gardens. This property is truly amazing. $3,000,000.

Linda Crowther 700 Main Ave. • Durango, CO 81301

970 749-2088

Equestrian Dream Home on Hermosa Creek Colorado v La Plata County v Durango

5305 Axe Handle Canyon


Nevada v Washoe County v Reno

This elegant ranch-style property on 48 beautiful acres 25 minutes from Reno has so much to offer: take the horses out for a ride, spend time in the 2,900±-square-foot MD barn, play in the 4,000+-square-foot finished shop, take a dip in the incredible 20x40 foot in-ground pool with water feature, or relax in the well-appointed 5,000+-square-foot home. Inside this extremely

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well-designed, custom-built home you will find the finest of finishes and a very desirable floor plan. There are five bedrooms, three baths, an enormous custom kitchen, formal living and dining rooms, a large game room and a home theater. The finished garages will easily accommodate more than a dozen cars and RVs. This home truly has it all! $1,750,000.

C Chacon Ranch Montana v Lincoln County v Eureka/Trego

Chacon Ranch, just south of Eureka, Montana, is a meticulously maintained natural grass fed working cattle operation on 90+ parked-out acres. Offering awe-inspiring panoramic mountain views... quiet, rural living at its best. Custom hand-hewn log home, outbuildings, hay barn, shop, equipment storage and garage. It comes complete with irrigation water rights, productive alfalfa/grass hay fields, pastures, fencing/ Rhonda Kohl cross-fencing and corrals. 406 250-5849 All equipment available. Brimstone Creek flows all year-round.

T Sandpoint Ranch Idaho v Bonner County v Sandpoint

The romantic Old West with a taste of luxury living best describes this custom Gambrel barn-style home on 20 acres. Ideal for horse lovers, this property is prime ag land with a natural pond enjoyed by all types of wildlife. Stepping into this unique custom home, enjoy the beauty and history of the 100-year-old repurposed wood and timbers and exceptional mountain views from every room. The stone fireplace soars overhead, reaching the vaulted T&G ceilings with exposed beams highlighted by the six dormers that capture morning sunrises and evening sunsets. The property includes a barn/shop with wood stove and rustic bar and 17¹ acres in hay. This Selle Valley setting is close to Sandpoint, SchMark Harvel, Owner/Agent weitzer Mountain Ski Resort, Lake Pend Oreille and four seasons of 208 290-5777 cell recreational opportunity. $645,000.

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406-222-1623 Creek House on Tom Miner Creek: 26 Acres located in the Tom Miner Basin in Paradise Valley. Includes a 3,624 sq. ft. custom log home, 2 landscaped trout ponds and Tom Miner Creek. $2,500,000 Grizzly Meadows Estate: In Tom Miner Basin of Paradise Valley, custom 5 BR, 3.5 BA home on 52 acres. Amazing views of the Yellowstone River, Wilderness Mountains & Tom Miner Basin. Quality custom throughout! $2,354,000 Yellowstone River Frontage: 43 Acres bordering Yellowstone National Park, approx. 1/2 mile of Yellowstone River frontage. 5 miles from Gardiner, MT. $1,750,000 Shields River Home Site: Scenic & private acreage in the Shields Valley. 650 ft. of Shields River frontage with rolling hills and scenic rock outcroppings. $319,000

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Volume 55 Farm&Ranch West

Estero Americano Ranch $12,700,000 – 1,118 acres, certified organic, 50 miles to San Francisco, first time on market in 150 years, 22 natural springs, ponds & reservoirs, Marin County Cottonwood Creek Ranch $12,300,000 – 780 acres, 610 irrigated, equestrian center, & 11,106 sf home, Tehama County White Oak Ranch $9,500,000 – 12,385 acres, 2 homes, excellent hunting, plenty of water, runs 600 pairs, Colusa County The New PBM Farms $7,750,000 - 2,870 acres, organic alfalfa & barely production Briscoe Creek Ranch $6.250,000– 8,184 acres, 7 ponds, trout fishing, hunting, run cattle, equestrian, Glenn County Toogood Estate Winery $4,750,000 – 40 acre profitable & growing wine operation located in the Fair Play AVA. On site vineyards, wine production facility, wines caves & equipment. El Dorado County Longview Ranch $4,750,000 – 422 acre equestrian ranch, 6,000 sf home, 5,750 sf guest home, 10 stall horse barn, pasture, round pen, hunting, Calaveras County Hurner Tule Elk Ranch $4,633,440 - 1544 acres, year round pond, seasonal streams, excellent hunting, Santa Clara County The Humphrey Ranch $3,990,000 - 2489 acres, 400 cow, 700 acres irrigated, 200 acres forest, balance in upland grazing, Lassen County Lost Valley Ranch $3,750,000 - 2027 acres, 895 acres irrigated, 4 ag wells, creek and pond, 350 mother cows year round, Modoc County Go Away Ranch $2,995,000 - 1700 acres, 2 miles of Klamath River frontage, 240 acres irrigated, 150 pair, 2 homes, Siskiyou County East Park Ranch $2,900,000 - 1989 acres, 200 pair/ season, 8 ponds, 6 wells, Colusa County West Valley Ranch $2,700,000 - 3342 acres, West Valley Reservoir lays primarily within ranch, 225 pair/season, Modoc County Horse Mountain Ranch $2,500,000 - 5400 acres, working commercial ranch, 258 mother cows, grows alfalfa, grass hay, Modoc County Triple Creek Ranch $2,350,000 – 336 acres, 2,274 sf home w/breezeway, workshop, carport, & garage. 4 ponds, hunting, & fishing. Siskiyou County Sunset Ranch $2,250,000 - 274.4 acres, fertile farmland, 3100 sf custom home, barn, shop, arena, Lassen County Luxury Lakeshore Home $1,999,000 – Lakefront 5,718 sq ft home w/private beach & dock, & boat lift, guest house, & 3 car garage. Nevada County Sierra Buttes Wilderness Lake $1,985,000 Extremely rare, still privately owned, this one of a kind 98 acre lakefront parcel in the Sierra Buttes/Lake Basin offers an unspoiled feel of wilderness.  Sierra County Rough & Ready Cattle Co. $1,975,000 - 453 acres, runs 60 head, irrigation, 3 ponds, 2400 sf home, 1300 sf foreman’s home, Siskiyou County Dutch Gulch Ranch $1,950,000 - 1357 acres, 7 legal parcels, 2 wells, 2 seasonal creeks, seasonal and year round ponds, Shasta County Buckeye Ranch $1,900,000 (Pending) - 125 acres, covered riding arena, 6 homes, 12 barns, 115 acres class 2 and 4 soils, Solano County.

Foothills Estate $1,885,000 – 20 acres, 3,900 sf home, 1,200 sf guest house, barn, arena, irrigated pastures, stocked pond w/beach & picnic area. Placer County 7 Springs Ranch $1,800,000 – 480 acre mule deer hunting ranch, upland birds, to massive trophy mule deer, 7 springs, run cattle & partially fenced. Lassen County Albion River Park $1,700,000 - 48 acre RV & Campground Park. Property sits at the mouth of the Albion River and goes up the river for over 3700 feet. 4 homes, boat ramp & docks and lots of recreation playground. Mendocino County Ross Ranch $ 1,595,000 - 279 acres, ocean views, varied terrain, fenced & X-fenced, Mendocino County 4K Ranch $1,590,000 - 320 acres, river frontage, 3 ponds, 2469 sf ranch house, barn, shop, El Dorado County Ojai Overlook $1,500,000 – 47.74 acres, panoramic views, equestrian property, building sites, Ventura County North Fork Ranch $1,500,000 – 600 acres, multiple parcels, 3 wells, seasonal creeks & springs. Hunting: deer, turkey, quail, and bear. Placer County Gold Run $1,500,000 – 801 acres, 23 parcels, Hiking, horseback riding, mountain bikes, or ATVS. Development & income possibilities, river frontage, & recreation. Placer County Tehama County Shangri-La $1,500,000 – 240 acres, creeks & mineral springs, pond, cave, seasonal waterfalls, isolated & secluded. Tehama County Battle Creek Ranch $1,499,000 – 586 acres of mountain property, trout filled ponds, Pope & Young bear, deer, turkey hunting, equestrian facility, & 6 cabins. Tehama County Cherry Glenn Ranch $1,299,000 - 129.22 acres, private valley, 360 degree views of Sacramento Valley, good hunting, Solano County Original Burnt Ranch Homestead on 51 Acres $1,250,000–51.4 acres, 3,700 sf home w/ 5beds/3 baths. Salmon, steelhead, & trout fishing. Currently supports 3 head of cattle. Trinity County River Ranch $1,250,000 – 41 acres, 1,000 feet frontage on the South Fork American River. 2/2 home, Fishing, rafting, & swimming. Private and close to town. El Dorado County Dunroven Ranch $1,250,000 - 121± Ranch with a Custom Built 4,200± sq. ft. 3bdrm/4bth home plus game room and 2 car garage. 105± acres irrigated, ag well, pivot, & 2 wheel lines. Siskiyou County Adahy Ranch at Longhorn Ridge $1,249,000 – 3,187 sf custom home w/3bed/2.5 baths on 78 acres. RV/Boat parking, miles of riding trails. Napa County Wilderness Ranch on South Fork Mt. $1,199,000 – 241 acres, all green technology w/state of the art hydroelectric power system, 2 creeks & 3 year round ponds. Hunting & 5-strand with 6 separate paddocks and one weather bard and a birthing/ milking barn. Trinity County Hi Country Inn $1,123,000 – 2.55 acres, trout filled pond, beautiful home would work well for a shared ownership and/or Bed & Breakfast. Sierra County East of Adin $1,100,000 - 640 acres, 35 acres irrigated, year round creeks, springs, seasonal ponds, 2890 sf home, Modoc County N. Fork of the Yuba River $1,100,000 – 156.22 acres, well built home enjoys 1/4 mile riverfront right off the huge redwood deck. Every imaginable mountain recreational activity is on the property or very closely accessible. Sierra County Valley View Ranch, Hopland $1,100,000 – 250 acres, Well with concrete storage tank and springs on the ranch with one smaller reservoir. Wild game abounds, year round accessibility, close to town. Mendocino County

Frenchman’s Lake Meadows $1,099,000 – 282 acres, 6 lots, 2 fresh streams, hunting, fishing, Plumas County Little Sierra Valley West Canyon $1,049,000 347 acres, varying terrain including pastures and timberland, Plumas County Ojai Over look $1,000,000 – 47.74 acres, Panoramic views, Gated entrance with easy access. Great site for horses & room for multiple home sites or family compound. Ventura County Little Sierra Valley Ag Land $999,000 - The ranch features 475 acres of pasture land ready to go for the entrepreneur to install wells, center pivots, & alfalfa seed to make this an income generating property. Plumas County Pomeroy Ranch $950,000 – 21 acre equestrian facility w/large indoor arena, outdoor arena, cutting pen, & round pen. 3bed/2bath home, cattle facilities, barns, tack rooms, shop, & multiple paddocks. Nevada County Dream Ranch on the River $899,000 (Pending) – 20.6 acre riverfront property w/productive Chandler walnut orchard. 3 homes, pool, patio area, barn/ garage, & outbuildings. Tehama County Little Sierra Valley Ranch East $899,000 - 282.61 acres, varying terrain including pastures and timberland, Plumas County Hat Creek Retreat $897,500 – 7 acre fly fisherman’s dream! 1,765 sf home, 16 x 16 pump house, tool shed, and well. Many recreational activities in the area. Shasta County Coppins Meadows @ Webber Lake $895,000 – 157 acre Tahoe area high mountain meadow gem. The secluded, pristine ranch has 157 unspoiled acres, is dotted with wild flowers in the summers, and makes for a winter wonderland during the colder months. Sierra County Red Rock Ranch $895,000 - 944.76 acres, 150 cow/ calf pair for summer, cabin, barn, corrals, fenced, Lassen County P J Ranch $895,000 - 85 acres, 3680 sf ranch home, fully restored barn, very clean property, a gentleman ranch, Lassen County Home on Coffee Creek $849,000 - The 5100 sq ft home sits right on Coffee Creek, a year round fishing paradise; perfect for friends and family. 440 feet of creek frontage, 2 car garage and large storage area. Trinity County Tulelake Flyaway Ranch $800,000 – 800 acres consisting of 2 parcels, old well & cabin, great hunting opportunities: mule deer, upland birds, & waterfowl. Recreational property and outdoor getaway. Siskiyou County

Very Special Log Home nestled at the base of the Beartooth Mtn. range. Custom design offers exceptional views throughout this home. Nicely decorated with all furnishings included. $575,000 Custom-Built with Attention to Detail and beautifully-done finishes. Soaring ceilings and panoramic views from every window compliment the great room design. Wrap-around deck with lake, river & mountain views. $749,500 Centered in the Big Horn Basin, this 4,256± sf home sits on 89± acres. 12± irrigated acres in alfalfa hay. 2880± sf shop and 2-car attached garage. Adjoins BLM on the west and north side. $700,000 Land Ho! Several outstanding land parcels are on the market – from the Wapiti Valley to the scenic Sage Creek area to the beauty of the Crandall region – We have enticing selections available! Prime Corner Site at the intersection of two major highways – 21,000± square feet. Business zone. $1,250,000

Avery Land

970 327-0162 Dolores-Norwood Ranch: Southwestern CO. Lovely 83 acre mountain property with nearly a mile of Disappointment Creek (& .5 c.f.s rights). Great views, privacy and borders the Lone Cone State Wildlife Area. Offered at $249,000. 80-Acre Private Estate: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO. 80 acres with gorgeous views to the LaSal Mountains (Utah) and San Juan Mountains (Colorado). Over 1,000 feet of Gurley Creek running through the property. 2 ponds, 5 shares of water, 2 wells. Mineral rights, access to the private 27 mile Gurley Riding Trail. $545,000 Corner Lot: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO. 40 acre lot just minutes to town, level terrain, all day sun and mountain views. Close to 2 lakes and river.

Spectacular open mesa views and easy year-round access. $159,000. Meadows at Lone Cone Lot 2: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO. Nestled in groves of ponderosa and aspen trees, the 35 acre property is just steps to the Uncompahgre National Forest, includes 100% mineral rights, well, septic, power to site, driveway and shed. $220,000. 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, fabulous panoramic 360 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. 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 $165,000. Lawrence Ranch: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO. Rustic 1,600+sf log cabin plus barn, with all the modern conveniences, on 105 very private acres. Mountain and valley views, lush trees, water flowing in the draw, and peaceful seclusion. $515,000.

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Western Real Estate of Wyoming 307 587-5584 Custom-Crafted Log Home in the foothills above the scenic Wapiti Valley between Cody, WY and Yellowstone Park. 2.74± acres. $495,000 A Masterpiece of a House! On 1/2± acre lot in Cody, WY – exquisitely planned and expertly constructed. 10’ ceilings each level. Built for elegance and low maintenance. $849,000 Log Home w/ Guest Cabin on 5.97± acres bordering Nat’l Forest in a beautiful area NW of Cody, WY. Great recreational options! Easy traveling distance to Yellowstone Nat’l Park. Year-round access. $499,500 Volume 55 Farm&Ranch West


Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC 307 334-2025 307 760-9510 406 697-3961 LONE TREE CREEK RANCH-Laramie County, WY: Beautiful 700± deeded acre ranch at foot of Saddle Back Mountain w/100± acres sub-irrigated meadows. Lone Tree Creek travels through ranch for 1± mile. 2 ponds. Totally remodeled 3,864 sq. ft., 4 BR, 3.5 bath home. $2,300,000 NORTH LARAMIE RIVER RANCH-Albany County, WY: High plains ranch with 10,320± total acres: 5,733 deeded & 4,587 BLM lease acres. Owner-rated 250-300 pairs year-round. 697± irrigated acres. $2,690,000 HEDGECOCK FARM-Goshen County, WY: 2,012± deeded acres with 261± acres irrigated under 5 lowpressure center pivots. Nice set of improvements. 1± mile North Platte River frontage. $3,500,000 KEFFER RANCH-Johnson County, WY: Located 1.5 miles S of Buffalo. 213± deeded acres. 50 irrigated acres. Live water, paved road access, 17± acres also available. Very nice improvements. $2,250,000 GOERING RANCH-Goshen County, WY: 3,155+ deeded acres with 253± irrigated acres under 3 lowpressure center pivots. 3± miles North Platte River frontage. $4,000,000 FLYING TRIANGLE RANCH- Moffat County, CO: Well-balanced productive 1,300± total acre ranch with 400± deeded & 900± State lease acres. 257± pivot-irrigated acres. Very nice improvements. $2,500,000 WAGONER’S HORSE MOTEL-Crook County, WY: Just off I-90, situated on 48­± acres is indoor arena with observation lounge & 2 apartments, outdoor arena,12-stall horse barn & MORE! $999,000 FLAG BUTTE RANCH - Dawes County, NE: 552± deeded acres located 12 miles SW of Chadron. Yearround live water. Very nice improvements. $1,250,000

Land and Wildlife LLC Exclusive Partner of LandLeader

866 559-3478 Applegate River Ranchette – 2 Family Set-up! In the Heart of Southern Oregon Wine Country on the river. Enjoy year around climates! $585,000 Werner Wetlands, Hunting meets Ranch life! This is a phenomenal hunting ranch that boasts 54+/-acres of wetlands and is home to ducks, quail, pheasant, Snow geese, Canada geese, speckle bellies, and many more! Irrigated pastures and lovely home. Syringa Ranch: 38± acres with spacious home, irrigated pastures, fenced xfenced. Ranch life at its best in E. Oregon! JUST REDUCED! $360,000 Darlings Marina and RV Resort: This turn-key resort in a spectacular setting has had just two owners in past three decades. Offered for sale at an incredible value with steady income from 22 ‘permanent’ RV rental spaces and plenty of upside, including developable lakefront land. Incomparable Beauty and Value! NW OR Coastal Region. Offered at $950,000


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42 Acres on Commanders Pt: 360 Degree Views! The Applegate Valley of Southern Oregon, known for fine wineries. Home site approved with septic & well. Just Listed for $350,000 Busted Bit Ranch: Self-contained off grid property like no other! 320 acres with custom eco-friendly home. $789,000 Rogue River Lodge: A must see and experience to appreciate the beauty of this Lodge/Restaurant. An amazing opportunity awaits you here in So. Oregon to own a top notch establishment! 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!

Live Water Properties

866-734-6100 Horseshoe Bend Ranch Idaho | Jefferson County | Ririe Horseshoe Bend Ranch is comprised of 77.46 deeded acres and is situated along the western edge of the famous canyon stretch of the South Fork of the Snake River. Known for exceptional dry fly fishing, this tailwater fishery has become a preferred destination for anglers. This ranch is conveniently situated 20 minutes from downtown Idaho Falls. The owner is offering this property in its entirety with options to build out a subdivision or recognize the benefits of placing it under a conservation easement. $1,250,000. Smith River Angling Home Montana | Meagher County | White Sulphur Springs Located along the old stagecoach route in Meagher County, Montana, the 42-acre Smith River Angling Home is situated between White Sulphur Springs and the silver camp of Diamond City. Bisected by a .25 mile of the Smith River, the 2,600 sqft riverfront home faces to the southeast on the western edge of the parcel. The river provides an excellent stretch of river “out-the-door”. The property enjoys commanding views of the Smith River Valley and three mountain ranges. $695,000

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Lewis | Duerr | Grassell Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates Christie’s International Real Estate Luxury | Commercial | Ranches Jackknife Ranch – Freedom, Wyoming This 260 acre fishing ranch boasts 2± miles of both sides of the Salt River, a remodeled farm home, caretaker’s cottage and 8 separate parcels. Situated beneath the picturesque Caribou Mountain Range just 45 minutes from Jackson Hole, WY. Quintessential sportsman’s retreat. $3,500,000. Chopper Grassell, 307 231-2603 North Platte River – Treasure Island, Wyoming This one-of-a-kind home was built into the granite cliffs on the banks of the world famous North Platte River. Over 7,000 sq.ft. on 17 acres adjacent to the northern tip of Treasure Island with world-class fishing and access out your back door. This unique property secluded between Encampment and Saratoga is being offered for sale for the first time. Price upon request. Chopper Grassell 307 231-2603 or Steve Duerr 307 699-4920 Porcupine Creek – Jackson Hole, Wyoming Nestled against thousands of acres of USFS land this rare 208 acre ranch is located just 10 miles from downtown Jackson Hole. Beautiful rolling grasslands on a bench with excellent mountain views and abundant wildlife. $4,995,000. Steve Duerr, 307 699-4920 Green River – Cora, Wyoming Contiguous with approximately 1 mile of the famed Green River with rustic cabin from the 1800’s, there are 3 prominent river doglegs. 259 acres provide abundant fishing & hunting opportunities which includes 2 elk and 2 antelope annual land owner tags. Views of the Wind River and Gros Ventre Mountain Ranges. Potential for conservation easements. $699,000. Steve Duerr, 307 699-4920 Hinkle Ranch – Lander, Wyoming Scenic ranch situated just 12 miles from the charming community of Lander, WY. 378 private acres offer dynamic red rock cliffs, grassy meadows and incredible vistas. Excellent water rights and abundant wildlife. $2,695,000. Richard Lewis, 307 690-8855

Poco Diablo Ranch – Cora, Wyoming 146 acre ranch located near New Fork Lake and the upper Green River. Meandering Marsh Creek and spring-fed ponds flow through the property. Wildlife abounds and the wetlands are home to migrating waterfowl. Ranch includes a charming log home, garage/shop facility & outbuildings on 4 total parcels. Views of the Wind River Range. $996,000. Steve Duerr, 307 699-4920 Double L Ranch – 400 Acre Shared Sporting Community Nestled along the Salt River Owners share common ranch amenities including a clubhouse saloon; 15 seat movie theater; equestrian center; golf; skeet range; hiking; world class fishing; groomed trails and shared cabins for family and guests. Offering includes: The Oxbow River Home on 5.6 - $4,495,000 5-Acre River Lot - $1,195,000 Hideout Homes - $1,450,000 & $1,495,000 Hideout Vacant Lots – $495,000 – $685,000 Richard Lewis, 307 690-8855 Homestead on the Salt River - Freedom, WY Exquisite mountain living sited on 5.6 acres on oxbow bend of the Salt River. 7,200 sq ft home offers relaxed elegant living with 5 bedrooms & 5 baths. Chinked reclaimed timber exterior creates a ‘sense of history’. Located at the famed Double L Ranch. A reclaimed timber barn & greenhouse complete the package. $4,495,000. Richard Lewis, 307 690-8855 Horse Property – Freedom, Wyoming This comfortable, spacious family home features a great floor plan for entertaining with hardwood flooring, granite counter tops, large master suite, office/den, exercise room & large mud room. Four car garage with bonus room. Additional amenities include a barn, shop & hay shed. Fenced & cross fenced with buck & rail & post & wire. Water rights included. $699,000. Richard Lewis, 307 690-8855 Tom’s Creek Ranch – Auburn, Wyoming Pristine 380 acre ranch situated on the eastern side of the Caribou National Forest offers commanding views of the Salt River Range. Divided into 10 parcels & includes over $800,000 of infrastructure improvements. Rolling topography of Aspen, Cottonwood and Willow groves provides abundant wildlife with access to Nat’l Forest. Recreational paradise provides an abundance of outdoor activities. $1,975,000. Richard Lewis, 307 690-8855 VandeWater Ranch – Jackson Hole, WY 389 acre historic VandeWater Ranch is one of the best privately held blue-ribbon fly fishing properties in Jackson Hole with incredible stewardship of the land & its natural resources. 1.5 miles of Fish Creek & .25 mile of Lake Creek join on the ranch. Four separately deeded parcels create substantial conservation opportunities. Complete with a pair of circa 1906 barns. Price upon request. Richard Lewis, 307 690-8855 or Steve Duerr, 307 699-4920 Elliot Creek Ranch – Victor, Idaho 191 acre recreational paradise located between Victor & Driggs, ID less than 1 hour from Jackson Hole. Features include pristine mountain views, open meadows, aspen groves, wetlands, spring fed ponds with big fish & 1/2 mile of Elliot Creek. Abundant waterfowl. Parcels can be purchased separately. Call for details. Richard Lewis, 307 690-8855 Canyon Creek Ranch Teton/Madison County, Idaho Located at the base of the Big Hole Mountain Range, this spectacular ranch consists of 2,620 stunning and private acres featuring magnificent views of mountains, canyons and pristine ranch land. Four creeks cross the property. Adjacent to National Forest. Price upon request. Richard Lewis 307 690-8855

South Fork Property – Swan Valley, Idaho Privacy, great location and stunning views. 8 separate lots totaling 26 acres with 800 feet of river frontage, side channel and 2 ponds. Immaculate 5,500 sq ft log home features 3 bdrms & 3 bths. Four garage bays and 2,000 sqft barn. $4,500,000 or $3,500,000 for home on 7 acres. Richard Lewis, 307 690-8855 Farm Land Acreage – Driggs, Idaho Excellent production acreage priced to sell located west of Driggs, Idaho. 330 acres of fall wheat property with very strong production history. $799,000 Chopper Grassell, 307 231-2603 Ten Mile Inn 20 Miles Southeast of Saratoga, Wyoming Historic saloon originally built in 1906 with 5 new cabins and new 5 unit lodge with excellent rental history. Commercial zoning. Borders west side of Medicine Bow National Forest along scenic Hwy 130 Snowy Range Road. $1,195,000 Chopper Grassell, 307 231-2603. The Roost – Victor, Idaho 42 acre ranch with stunning views of the Teton and Big Hole Mountain Range. Natural spring-fed pond, spring creeks & mature willow & aspen groves create a “sense of place”. Features a 3,400 sq ft home with 3 bdrms, 3 bths & game house. Approved for 5 separate lots. $1,195,000. Richard Lewis, 307 6908855 Saddleback Vistas – Driggs, Idaho INVESTORS - Optional Seller Financing Available with minimal down on a possible unique bulk sale concept. Established operational equestrian development including 68,000 sqft barn/indoor riding arena, additional boarding barn, outdoor arenas, equipment and more. Combine the arena with initial platted 642 acres (max. 91 entitled lots) to create smaller ranchettes for the equestrianminded buyer or developer. $7,800,000. Richard Lewis, 307-690-8855 Shoshone River Ranch - Cody, Wyoming. Nestled in the stunning beauty of the South Fork of the Shoshone River just minutes from Cody, WY and nearby Yellowstone National Park. 9,000 sq ft estate home & large log guest home. The South Fork of the Shoshone River runs through the 80 acre parcel. Set up for horses with stables and cross fencing. $5,600,000. Chopper Grassell, 307 231-2603 Deep Creek Ranch – Freedom, Idaho On the market for the first time in over 85 years and nestled in the Deep Creek Drainage, this 224+- acre recreational ranch offers some of the best fishing and hunting in the Rocky Mountain Region. Bordering Caribou National Forest the ranch offers limitless outdoor recreation and an end-of-the-road private location to build your dream home. $2,711,000. Steve Duerr, 307 699-4920 Bear River Refuge – Montpelier, Idaho A legacy ranch in the same family for 75 years. The beautiful Bear River flows through 760 acres, located NW of Georgetown. Spectacular Bear Lake is nearby. Due to high conservation values for cutthroat trout, deer and elk, the land is leased by Idaho Fish &Game (1889 water rights). $1,857,500. Steve Duerr, 307 699-4920 Riverbend Lots - Victor, Idaho 3-5 acre lots in the prestigious Riverbend neighborhood Located just a few minutes from Victor. All lots have Teton views, spring creeks and one lot is situated right on the Teton River. Willow and aspen groves create an inviting ambiance to build your dream home. Abundant wildlife and incredible waterfowl of multiple species call this neighborhood home. Call for details. Richard Lewis 307 690-8855.

Porter Place Ranch – Grover, Wyoming This 117+- acre property is a premier fishery and waterfowl setting within pasture and hay meadows. Many oxbows weave through the ranch. From east to west, the ranch is traversed by the year round creek flow with confluence to the Salt River. Irrigated hay meadows provide impressive production. There are many excellent building locations for this unimproved property. $1,395,000 Chopper Grassell 307 231-2603 Bagley Ranch – Auburn, Wyoming One of few remaining large tracts of ranch land on the Salt River in the Star Valley area. Excellent building sites with mountain and river views. Located on the Caribou National Forest boundary with access to additional acres for hunting and other recreational activities. Excellent water rights from spring fed creeks running through the ranch. $5,950,000. Richard Lewis, 307 690-8855 Highland Ranch – Hyatteville, Wyoming Nestled against the scenic Big Horn Mountains near Hyattville this traditional cow/calf ranching operation consists of 1,661 +- deeded acres, 4,030+BLM and a 447+- state lease. The main base of the Highland Ranch features an owner’s residence, well maintained corrals, barns, calving sheds and shop. Deeded ground comprised of irrigated farm ground and grass/legume pastures mixed with native pastures. Water rights from Medicine Lodge Creek dating back to 1899. $2,750,000. Chopper Grassell, 307 231-2603 River Property – Jackson Hole, Wyoming 40 acres tucked away in one of Jackson Hole’s finest and most prestigious neighborhoods. Build your dream home amongst trees and enjoy pristine views of the Teton Mountain Range. Approx. 650 feet of river frontage provides direct access to the Snake River. Abundant wildlife roam this area, including large game and a variety of waterfowl. Haunting sounds of bugling elk fill the autumn air while duck, geese and Trumpeter Swans delight the senses. Richard Lewis 307 690-8855. $6,995,000

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

530 265-5774 or 530 913-8095 OASIS SPRINGS LODGE Mt. Lassen Foothills * Tehama County * California One of the only fly-fishing resorts within a short drive of the San Francisco Bay Area, the 10 guest room Oasis Springs Lodge overlooks a private, crystal-clear trout stream on the lower flanks of Mount Lassen. The Lodge property encompasses over 1,100 acres of meadows interspersed with blue oak woodlands, punctuated by fresh water springs, ferns, alders and willows along the South Fork of Battle Creek. A true fly-fisherman’s oasis, the Lodge was formerly endorsed by Orvis. Continue to use as a Lodge or use as a private family retreat. Asking $3.5 Million. Volume 55 Farm&Ranch West


Agri-Enterprises, Inc. 3,200± ACRES GRASS PASTURE IN WELD COUNTY, COLORADO: 3,040± deeded acres good fences, cross-fenced, all contiguous, good stock water distribution-wells, pipelines, numerous tanks & seasonal ponds, no buildings or corrals, Sellers minerals included, good co. rd. access. $1,550,000. Greg, 970-218-5911 or Les, 970-214-6139 6,280± ACRES ALL GRASS in Weld County, Colorado. 5,080± deeded acres, 1,200± state & federal lease, 11± miles east of Highway 85, 4 miles south of the state line. Excellent grass, great access, numerous wells & tanks, a spring and good fences. $2,690,000. Greg, 970-218-5911 or Les, 970-2146139

Ranch Marketing Associates

855.535.0881   Bear River Ranch – Steamboat Springs, CO 43.20 acre ranch with over 1,200 feet on both sides of the Yampa (Bear) River. Just seven miles west of Steamboat. Christy Belton $1,450,000 Boyer Ranch – Westcliffe, CO 12,505 acre production ranch in the Wet Mountain Valley. Watered with, seasonal streams, runoff ponds, artesian wells, and ten wells that irrigate 1,200 tons of premium native grass hay annually. Ron Morris $9,000,000 Brinker Creek Ranch – Yampa, CO In the Steamboat/Vail corridor, this 1,451-acre ranch is ideally suited for high country grazing and native grass hay production. Christy Belton & Ron Morris $2,400,000 Deer Creek Ranch – Saratoga, WY 1,348± acres at the foot of Pennock Mountain with two miles of Deer Creek with end of the road privacy, wildlife including elk, deer and antelope. Surrounded by Wildlife Management Area, and Borders BLM near Medicine Bow National Forest. Ron Morris $2,500,000 Little Trout Ranch – Oak Creek, CO 3,397 acres of diverse terrain and cover, located 20 miles from Steamboat Springs and one mile from town of Oak Creek. Christy Belton $6,500,000 Murphy Larsen Ranch – Clark, CO Eleven 50 acre thoughtfully developed home-sites among 1,500 acres of alpine scenery in the quaint community of Clark. Christy Belton Priced from $900,000 Peaceful Valley Ranch – Hartville, WY The scenic, 500-acre Peaceful Valley Ranch situated along the Rawhide Range is a rare opportunity for a private, small ranch in big country. Ron Morris $560,000 Rising Hearts East – New Castle, CO Located near Aspen and Vail, 126 acre performance horse operation includes a new 6,814 sq. ft. trophy home, 48,000 sq. ft. covered arena, multiple horse barns, shop, cattle pens, and more. Billy Long & Mike Deer $4,700,000


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Rising Hearts Ranch – New Castle, CO A 256-acre performance horse operation located near Aspen and Vail featuring a new 6,814 sq. ft. trophy home and 48,000 sq. ft. barn and arena. Billy Long & Mike Deer $6,900,000 Sand Point Ranch – Oak Creek, CO Just nearly 3,000 acres of varied alpine terrain located 35 miles south of Steamboat Springs with a long National Forest boundary characterized by mixed forest, open parks and dramatic overlooks. Christy Belton $12,950,000 Steamboat Lake Ranch - Steamboat Springs, CO 125-acre property with Routt National Forest boundary that is close to historic village of Hahn’s Peak with two restaurants, convenience store, marina and great sense of community. Christy Belton $825,000

Capture Colorado Mountain Properties LLC Jacky Christian

719-469-4545 or 719-742-6000 WildCat Canyon in Huerfano County consisting of 260 acres sitting above Wahatoya Canyon and at the Base area of The West Spanish Peak. A major hunting property with Elk, Deer, Mountain Lion and Bear $547,000. LaVeta Pass Creekside: Mineral rights, Strong Well, Beautiful 3 Bdr 2 Bath Home with Granite Countertops, 2 Car Garage, Barn, Wildlife just under secluded 40 acres $469,000.

Hole in the Wall Ranch: Breath-Taking views  of the West Spanish Peak with 35 plus acres, water well, School Creek, Major Elk corridor, Agricultural status $264,500.  Pass Creek Ranch: Lying in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains near Gardner, Colorado, Home with attached 2 car garage. Historic barns, corrals, and numerous out buildings. Sitting on 120 acres with water rights. Insulated and heated 6,000 sqft shop. Ranch Borders BLM. Priced at $569,000

Capture Colorado Mountain Properties LLC Jim Vidamour, Broker Associate 386-299-5163 or 719-742-6000 Helwig Acreage: 121 Acres in Majors Ranch a few short miles north of La Veta, CO. Power at road, great build sites, treed, rock formations REDUCED $98,900 Morgan Ranch: Large Custom Home on Middle Creek near La Veta, CO with 35 acres, producing hay meadow, mineral rights, water rights $689,000 Whistling Elk: 117 acres at the base of the West Spanish Peak in Huerfano County, CO. Great hunting property or outstanding Home location. $569,000 La Casa Chimenea:  It’s not a Farm and it’s not a Ranch, but it is a magnificent Mountain home with custom finishes and a massive 24 ft stone fireplace on 1 acre bordering National Forest near the small mountain village of Cuchara Colorado. $537,000

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