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The Caribou Ranch, featured on the cover of Farm & Ranch last year, recently sold for $32.5 million. This iconic ranch (1,600 acres) once boasted a world-class recording studio used by the likes of Elton John, Chicago and Stevie Wonder. Music producer James Guercio and his family have owned and occupied the land since 1971 (they retained a 40-acre tract) and plan to turn over many music-related artifacts they have accumulated over the years to the Colorado Music Hall of Fame. Items like the piano on which “Bridge Over Troubled Waters” was recorded may also be auctioned to the public. Congratulations to Tim Casey and Mountain Marketing Associates on this rock n’ roll sale!

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REFERENCE

14 v Rancher’s Corner: Why Hire a Buyer’s Agent?

10 v Broker Index 12 v Property Index & Map

Submitted by the Texas Landowners Association

Farm & Ranch: Property IDs Find additional information about properties of interest by visiting www.FarmAndRanch.com and entering the number into the Property ID search field on our homepage.

CLASSIFIEDS 72 v Additional Properties in the Marketplace

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broker index 4U Realty LLC............................70 www.4URanchRealty.com

Capture Colorado......................53 www.capturecolorado.com

Girten Land Company..............57 www.girten.com

Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty...................25 www.cascadesothebys.com

Grand Targhee Realty...............72 andrea@grandtargheerealty.com

Alain Pinel Realtors............................................69 www.jerryrvaughn.com

The Chickering Company........52 www.ranchbuyer.com

Hall and Hall...............................55 www.hallandhall.com

Arnold Realty Inc.......................67 www.eranches.com

Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC....................44 www.clarklandbrokers.com

Harrigan Land Company LLC....32 www.harriganland.com

Bachman & Associates Inc......50 Eric@BachmanandAssociates.com

Coldwell Banker Mason Morse..............................72 www.masonmorse.com

Hayden Outdoors......................30 www.HaydenOutdoors.com

Crater Lake Realty, Inc.............. 61 www.craterlakerealtyinc.com

High Country Real Estate.................................68 www.highcountryburney.com

California Agricultural Properties, Inc.......70 www.calagprop.com

Dickson Realty............................ 71 www.BuyRenoSparks.com

Land and Wildlife......................26 www.landandwildlife.com

California Outdoor Properties...................28 www.californiaoutdoorproperties.com

Fay Ranches Inc.........................40 www.fayranches.com

Leadbetter Webster Land Co....55 www.LeadbetterWebsterLand.com

AgriLands Real Estate...............62 www.agrilandsrealestate.com

AgriLands Farms, Ranches, Timber & Recreation Properties

Bates Land Consortium, Inc.....48 www.bateslandco.com

Kodiak Vacation Home page 64

Fuller Real Estate........................56 www.fullerwestern.com Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty...................24 www.fullersothebysrealty.com

Spanish Peaks Bella Vista page 53

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Lone Eagle Land Brokerage, Inc..................46 www.eagleland.com Long Realty-Benson..................63 www.everafterarizona.com Mason & Morse Ranch Company William George..........................54 www.ranchland.com

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Robert Jones Realty...................58 www.rjrealty.com

Managing Editor Jamie Destouet jamie@farmandranch.com

Mason Real Estate Inc................60 www.masonrecolorado.com

Sotheby’s International Realty Suzanne Perkins......................... 16 www.SuzannePerkins.com

Mirr Ranch Group.....................36 www.MirrRanchGroup.com

Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty Ren Martyn........................................................... 19 www.HighMountainLand.com

Pfister Land Company..............64 www.pfisterlandco.com

Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty Pam Vanatta.........................................................20 www.SteamboatEstates.com

Pinnacle Real Estate and Development......................66 www.altorealestate.com

Swan Land Company................38 www.swanlandco.com

Prospect Realty Inc....................59 todd@telluriderealestate.net

Tenney Properties......................65 www.HeberOvergaardProperties.com

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property index

Acres± County

Colorado

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Page Acres± County

542.......... Montrose...........46

1,076....... Cascade..............39

Utah

560.......... Eagle...................54

1,153....... Fergus................ 41

584.......... Wasatch.............49

587.......... Routt...................43

1,237....... Cascade..............39

1,878....... Grand.................33

594.......... Teller...................30

1,340....... Lewis and Clark...35

603.......... Montezuma.......22

1,632....... Ravalli................ 41

710........... Montrose...........47

2,964....... Park....................38

758.......... Montrose...........46

3,000....... Lewis and Clark...38

800.......... Routt...................20

5,870....... Deer Lodge.......38

825.......... Adams................30

6,758....... Powder River....64

891........... Park....................57

12,169..... Sweet Grass......40

960.......... Las Animas....... 31 1,008....... La Plata..............22

New Mexico

1,035....... El Paso............... 31

25............. Lincoln...............66

1,040....... Routt...................19

162........... Lincoln...............66

1,096....... Park....................53

450.......... Rio Arriba..........32

1,120....... Adams................ 31

518........... Rio Arriba..........34

1,136....... Garfield..............34

1,041....... Lincoln...............66

1,140....... Huerfano...........56

2,300....... San Miguel........38

1,328....... Pitkin..................36

6,980....... Harding..............42

1,400....... Douglas..............33

Nevada

446.......... Crook.................67

48............. Washoe..............71

580.......... Teton..................34

Oregon

1,000....... Laramie..............34

39............. Deschutes..........25

1,842....... Campbell...........67

75............. Douglas..............26

2,237....... Sheridan............40

105........... Crook.................25

2,777....... Carbon...............33

110........... Klamath.............27

3,178....... Natrona..............45

280.......... Deschutes..........25

4,269....... Converse............44

345.......... Deschutes..........25

5,166....... Goshen..............45

395.......... Klamath.............61

6,462....... Albany................45

2,870....... Siskiyou.............28 3,047....... Plumas...............52

428.......... Routt...................21

473.......... Beaverhead........39

4,770....... Siskiyou.............69

444.......... Grand.................54

678............. Lewis and Clark...39

8,940....... Kern....................28

456.......... Jefferson.............36

696.......... Gallatin..............35

Alaska

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1............... Kodiak................64

Arizona

69............. Cochise..............63 122.......... Navajo................65

California

1............... Shasta.................69 7............... Contra Costa....69 8............... Shasta.................69 13............. Tuolumne..........69 65............. Santa Barbara...16 95............. Lassen................68 126.......... Shasta.................68 314........... Solano................70 567.......... Lassen................29 640.......... Trinity.................29 714........... Amador..............52 1,060....... Plumas...............52 1,118........ Marin..................28 1,723....... Modoc................29 2,575....... Colusa................70

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1,050....... Gallatin.............. 41

11............. Routt...................21 20............. Jefferson.............56 33............. Montrose...........55 35............. Douglas..............24 35............. Eagle...................55 35............. Las Animas.......56 35............. Routt...................20 38............. Routt...................20 40............. Grand.................54 43............. Hinsdale............59 44............. Routt...................21 45............. Pitkin..................72 50............. Huerfano...........53 52............. Grand.................54 70............. Delta...................60 72............. Custer.................42 74............. Routt...................19 75............. Montrose...........47 81............. Montezuma.......23 86............. Park....................57 90............. Mesa...................60 100........... La Plata..............23 100........... San Miguel........59 107........... Routt...................19 113........... Routt...................21 116........... Grand.................54 122.......... Jefferson.............24 127.......... Jefferson.............24 142........... Grand.................57 142........... Gunnison..........60 145........... Huerfano...........50 150.......... Douglas..............71 153.......... Routt...................21 158.......... La Plata..............23 160........... Huerfano...........51 160........... Routt...................19 176........... Grand.................43 178........... Montezuma.......23 210........... Routt...................20 225.......... Teller...................24 234.......... Park....................57 252.......... Park....................57 265.......... La Plata..............22 271.......... Routt...................20 275.......... Mesa...................60 350.......... Huerfano...........51 375.......... Park....................57 390.......... Huerfano...........50 391........... Gunnison..........33 404.......... Custer.................35

Acres± County

Page Acres± County

522.......... Grand.................24

1,480....... Rio Blanco.........32 1,577....... Delta...................60 1,766....... Montrose...........55 1,871....... Delta...................60 1,880....... Montrose...........46 2,455....... Montrose...........47 2,650....... Grand.................37 3,400....... Gunnison..........19 3,558....... Montrose...........36 3,853....... Larimer..............37 4,227....... Pueblo................32 5,034....... Routt...................36 8,686....... Jackson..............21 55,486.... Huerfano...........42

Idaho 7............... Jefferson.............72 177........... Idaho.................. 41 464.......... Custer.................58 531........... Gooding.............58 652.......... Blaine.................58 1,440....... Blaine.................58 2,554....... Teton..................35 3,800....... Owyhee..............70

Washington 216........... Pacific.................26

Wyoming 48............. Park....................56 117........... Crook.................67 144........... Crook.................67 155.......... Fremont.............56 160........... Teton.................. 41 200.......... Fremont.............56 263.......... Crook.................67 285.......... Park....................64 288.......... Goshen..............37 400.......... Lincoln...............48 415........... Park....................64 510........... Sheridan............64

1,091....... Lincoln............... 31

395.......... Klamath.............61

6,500....... Albany................64

431........... Klamath.............61

9,146....... Platte..................37

475.......... Klamath.............40

35,700.... Natrona..............45

579.......... Crook.................25

39,335.... Carbon...............44

715........... Grant..................25

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

1,206....... Wallowa.............62 1,308....... Jackson..............26 1,600....... Lake....................62

Outside the Region

1,741........ Crook.................40

Kansas

4,100....... Harney...............62

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

4,395....... Jackson..............27 14,486..... Klamath.............61

Nebraska

37,352..... Umatilla.............27

2,336....... Custer.................42

10,500..... Twin Falls..........58

Montana 131........... Gallatin..............40

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Hawaii Hawaii Honolulu

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Rancher’s Corner

W hy H ire

R

a

B uyer ’ s A gent ?

By Texas Landowners Association - Craig Bowen with Plateau Group

eal estate is a specialty. Rural

Agent takes a listing, the Seller agrees to pay using the Internet, the real estate industry has

real estate is an even narrower

the Listing Agent a percentage of the sale. seen several tools evolve to help Buyers. There

niche, presenting various factual

This percentage is not set, but that number are numerous websites for a Buyer to get a feel

and contractual issues that most

represents the full commission of the sale, for the market in a given area, view available

people are not prepared to tackle, yet very few

regardless of how many brokers or agents are properties and even request information from

landowners hoping to sell their rural property

involved. If a Buyer’s Agent finds a property a Listing Agent about a specific property. On

do so without the expertise of a rural real

for their Buyer listed with another broker, the surface, these websites appear to drastically

estate agent. Some benefits of hiring a listing

the Listing Agent and the Buyer’s Agent will reduce the knowledge discrepancy between a

agent include market knowledge; familiarity

usually agree to split the commission. In fact, rural land buyer and their seller counterparts.

with rural land ecology; property tax savvy;

in some markets, it is uncommon for a Listing However, consider the example of buying an

awareness of mineral, wind, and water rights; and pricing. Rural listing agents can also present their clients with unique ways to market their property that go beyond the scope of MLS (or other websites) and hanging a sign on the fence. However, many rural land buyers take the DIY approach for various reasons: - The desire to minimize purchase price - The volume of tools (chiefly the Internet) that narrow the knowledge gap - The shear availability and quantity of land Agent to find a buyer for a property without airline ticket online: Once you have the ticket in the Texas market makes it seem reasonably

the involvement of a Buyer’s Agent. When in your hand, the only thing you must know

easy for a buyer to find what they are looking for

this does happen, the Listing Agent must have how to do is get to the airport, check your bags,

- Many rural real estate teams either do not

obtained permission from the Seller to work as find your way to the terminal and board the

advertise to buyers or do not have a specialist

an “intermediary”, and cannot offer any advice plane. Indeed, no knowledge aerodynamics, the

dedicated to buyer clients.

or contractual help to the Buyer. In nearly aircraft itself, the weather, the flight path, or the

When trying to grasp the advantages of hiring a Buyer’s Agent, money is the easiest to understand. In most cases, a Buyer pays

every case, the Buyer spends no money directly destination runway is required to purchase the related to their representation.

In the same way one can get the “lowest price” another assuming it can safely fly.

nothing to a Buyer’s Agent. When a Listing on hotel rooms, car rentals, exotic vacations, etc.

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ticket, and no one jet is that much better than Finding a rural property online is not like


buying an airline ticket. First, Listing Agents

water wells and septic system during the Option

are experts at crafting descriptions and

Period, and selecting a good title company to

photographing a property to show it in the best

handle the closing. Simply put, the Buyer’s

possible light. Most buyers, especially first-time

Agent’s job is to walk the Buyer through what

buyers, are not aware of enough of the facets

is likely the largest financial transaction of their

of rural land ownership—various human uses,

life. That kind of expertise cannot be found on

property taxes, mineral, wind and water rights,

even the best Web page.

and agricultural or wildlife management —to make an educated decision about which

Buyer’s Agents spend an incredible amount of time working with clients. Texas is a big state,

properties to view and can often make

and a Buyer is often looking for property

unwise purchases for properties unrelated

hundreds of miles from home. For a Buyer,

to theirs goals.

it is particularly important to seek a real

A Buyer’s Agent’s sole responsibility

estate group with at least one Buyer

is to weed through these properties,

Specialist. This agent should have a

check them against their client’s goals,

good working knowledge of most

and ensure they are only viewing

geographic markets, be an expert in

properties with long-term rewards.

contracts and the contract to close

After finding a suitable property, the

process and have a focus of the Buyer’s

Buyer’s Agent is responsible for crafting

goals and timelines.

a good offer, which means writing a very specialized contract, and negotiating for

A Buyer’s Agent can save you money, time and help you achieve

the best possible price and contractual

your purchasing goals by guiding you

conditions for their Buyer. This means the

through the first and most important

Buyer’s Agent is responsible for calculating

step of the land ownership journey—

the appropriate amount of earnest money,

the land buying process. So, if you are

managing the desired non-realty items

interested in owning your own piece

(equipment,

residential

of ground, choose someone who is

accessories), negotiating for the best

as passionate as you are about land

closing time for their Buyer, negotiating

ownership and let them get you started

an appropriate amount of Option Money,

on the right foot towards your land

setting up inspections for the residences,

ownership legacy. v

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Cover Ranch

Great Oaks Ranch

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California v Santa Barbara County v Santa Ynez

Majestic oaks and grand pepper trees stand

Sited high on the property to maximize

comfortable. White oak floors are featured

watch over this equestrian and sportsman’s

the expansive vistas across the vineyards

throughout, and the huge open-flow living

paradise on approximately 65 acres in the

and lavender fields, the sprawling, recently

and dining areas enjoy views through floor-

spectacular Santa Ynez Valley. The gently

remodeled ranch-style home is inviting and

to-ceiling French doors out to a large stone

rising, west-facing slopes are planted with varietal grapes (Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Chardonnay) bottled by Andrew Murray, one of the Valley’s foremost vintners and Santa Barbara winery.

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its own state-of-the-art gym. Three additional

private entrance. For sports aficionados there

bedrooms and baths are in the guest wing; on

is a fully lighted championship tennis/sports

the lower level is a separate and private guest

court with artificial lawn surface adjacent to

apartment. There is also garaged parking for

the swimming pool; and a five-hole golf course

three vehicles in both the main house and

is set alongside one of the lower vineyards.

office/guesthouse. Extending out from the kitchen is the entertainment area where decks of Fossil Creek stone (hand cut on the property) will be the setting for many al-fresco luncheons and dinners. Days will be spent around the barbecue and pizza oven while guests delight in the magnificent Mediterranean gardens and on the lush green lawns that surround the 25 meter (82 foot) swimming pool inlaid terrace overlooking vast rolling lawns. The

with beautiful imported tiles from Ravenna,

home also enjoys a media room; fully equipped

Italy. A spacious, light filled office overlooks

kitchen; a very private grand master suite with

the decks and pool and features a large guest

The outer buildings include a large covered

walk-in closet and spacious master bath and

suite with sitting area, handsome bath and

arena, 10-stall horse barn with turnouts; maintenance buildings and barns; pastures, paddocks,

bull

ring,

two

high-volume

irrigation wells and a well-stocked, lotus lined fishing pond with overlook gazebo. There are also three charming guest houses which are

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nestled into the oak studded terrain. The

for ease of access in and out of the Valley. A

and pizza oven. Lighted tennis/sports court;

“Lodge” has a spacious floor plan comprised

late afternoon horseback ride, the sounds of

five-hole golf course; expansive lawns and

of a living/dining area and kitchen, plus

splashing and laughter from the magnificent

gardens. There is a separate office with

three bedrooms and two baths. The “lake”

pool, enjoying a glass of wine at sunset made

additional guest suite and bath overlooking

and “manager’s” cottages both feature one

from your own grapes are only some of the

bedroom and enjoy private locations on the

pleasures that life at Great Oaks can offer. The

pool. Garaged parking for six cars. Varietal

property. Walking paths connect the main

setting is unique; the dreams are limitless.

home to all facilities and a large kitchen

This equestrian and vineyard paradise on

vegetable garden is located between the

approximately 65 acres in Santa Ynez has a

house and barns.

recently remodeled main house with fabulous

grapes (Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Chardonnay) and extensive horse facilities; covered arena, barns, pastures, paddocks, two irrigation wells. Enchanting stocked fish pond and gazebo, plus three charming and private

Great Oaks would be an ideal family retreat

views. Huge living/dining room, media room,

where children can safely enjoy the pleasures

superb master suite; three additional bedrooms;

guest cottages. With sports and equestrian

of sport and ranch life in a private and secure

home gym, plus guest apartment; white oak

facilities, Great Oaks would be the ideal family

setting. The property could equally serve as

flooring throughout. Handsome stone decking

or corporate retreat as it offers privacy in a

an excellent corporate retreat with its guest

and terraces; lawns surround magnificent 82-

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cottages, sports facilities and helicopter hangar

foot pool. Entertainment area with barbecue

Offered for $19,000,000. For more information, contact Suzanne Perkins with Sotheby’s International Realty at 805 895-2138; Suzanne@SuzannePerkins.com; SuzannePerkins.com. For more details and photos, visit TheGreatOaksRanch.com.

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The Homestead Ranch

Clear Fork Ranch

Colorado v Routt County v Clark

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Just north of Steamboat Springs lies your own private getaway. This 160-acre inholding in the U.S Forest Service has a luxurious log cabin, multiple outbuildings, equestrian facilities, deeded water rights, USFS access easement and plenty of room

Colorado v Gunnison, Montrose & Delta Counties v Crawford

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A truly one-of-a-kind big game hunting offering. This 3,400+-acre ranch includes the diverse habitats required to hold elk, deer, bear and wild turkey populations. The lower elevations include cedar & piñon habitat and then climbs through miles of gambel oaks to the perfect high mountain aspen and spruce environment. The ranch includes six established hunting

to roam. This is an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity cabins, irrigated pastures, abundant water, 5 miles of private roads, borders national forest and to own a true piece of Rocky Mountain paradise.

additional BLM leased acres. Originally homesteaded in the late 1800s, this is the family’s first

$1,799,000. Property ID: 48127

time offering and sure to satisfy any Colorado recreational buyer. $7,668,000. Property ID: 48123

Meadows Ranch

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Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

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

Catamount Ranch

shop, pristine equestrian facilities, which includes a barn with six stalls, tack room, training Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs pen, outdoor riding arena with roping chutes, pens, and indoor riding area. A meandering creek Enjoy all that Catamount Ranch & Club has

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with stocked trout ponds, water rights, irrigated hay meadow, this legacy property is the perfect to offer with Tom Weiskopf signature golf 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

Red Hawk Ranch

Mariposa Ranch

Colorado v Routt County v Hayden

Colorado v Routt County v Clark

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Red Hawk Ranch is a big game enthusiast’s

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Mariposa Ranch at Steamboat Lake is the

dream. The 1,040 acres are perfectly located perfect private getaway. These 107 acres in the migratory corridor of the second largest include .25 mile of USFS boundary, two elk herd in Colorado, the Bear’s Ear herd and is

ponds, mountain home, custom barn and

surrounded by millions of accessible USFS, BLM stunning views of the lake. $1,075,000. and state acres. $1,500,000. Property ID: 48129

Property ID: 48131

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Where the rugged West meets world class luxury. Offering 800 pristine acres and two miles of the beautiful Elk River. Enjoy two luxury homes, 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 com-

The Elk River Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

mercial jet access. The property may be divided and purchased in several different configurations. www.ElkRiverRanchSteamboat.com.$24,250,000. Property ID: 44139

Snowy Mountain Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Clark

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Immaculate luxury log home set on 210 acres near the recreational paradise of Steamboat Lake and bordering more than 20,000 acres of national forest. Over 15,000 finished square feet with beautiful lake views, a large barn with caretaker’s quarters and a separate guesthouse. $9,800,000.

www.SnowyMtnRanch.com.

Property ID: 48051

Moonshadow Ranch Colorado v Routt Co. v Steamboat Springs

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Minutes from world-class skiing. Luxurious gated property with 38 fenced and cross-fenced acres. 7,746-square-foot home, caretaker’s unit, over-the-top barn and premium equestrian facilities; adjacent to 1,000s of acres of open space. $4,900,000. www.TheMoonshadowRanch.com. Property ID: 41978

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Lazy K Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

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A rare opportunity to own more than 270 acres within 15 minutes of Steamboat Springs and just minutes to Stagecoach State Park. This private playground offers a stunning 10,000 sq ft luxury log home, miles of maintained trails, 4 ponds, lush meadows, and abundant wildlife. A 3 bay detached garage/shop holds the toys and tools while magnificent views all the way to the ski area complete this remarkable property. www.SteamboatParadise.com $8,000,000. Property ID: 48054

Ranch Central

at Storm Mountain Ranch Colorado v Routt Co. v Steamboat Springs

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Amazing location with private ponds, historic home, separate three-bedroom guest cabin, large barn, equestrian facilities and direct access to a community riding arena. Part of a 1,063-acre ranch with guest cabins, ponds,

waterfalls and more. $1,885,000. www.SteamboatRanchCentral.com. Property ID: 44915


Singing Elk Ranch at Five Pines Mesa

The Grizzly Ranch

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Colorado v Jackson County v Walden

Colorado v Routt County v Yampa

Singing Elk Ranch includes a beautiful luxury cabin

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Northern Colorado’s premier large scale working livestock operation with significant with all the comforts for Colorado living. The 428 improvements plus water, mineral and recreational attributes. Approximately 8,6860 deeded acres set in lush alpine meadows includes a 3 acre acres and additional BLM and State leased acres. 19,000-square-foot professional show barn, fishing lake, dark forest, aspen meadows, trails, zip machine shops, equipment sheds, barns, and extensive livestock facilities. In addition, the line and direct access to Routt National Forest. This ranch includes six residences, mineral rights, a productive oil and gas lease, and senior ranch has a host of recreational features that are a water rights including over 16 miles of creeks and streams that form the headwaters of the walk away for family and friends. *Ranch team famous North Platte River. *Ranch team includes Pam Vanatta, Ren Martyn and Lambert Orton, M.D. includes Pam Vanatta, Ren Martyn and Scott www.TheGrizzlyRanch.com. $24,950,000. Property ID: 46413

Eggleston. $5,000,000. Property ID: 48762

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Minutes from downtown Steamboat sits a true Estate on 155 acres. Traditional materials are used throughout this 10,308-square-foot luxurious mountain property. Enjoy a six-car auto-plaza, a private lake, tennis court and an additional threebedroom, two-bath home. With abundant water and space, activities are endless and Wildflower Meadows is the perfect gathering place for friends and family. This is the ultimate Steamboat property. $13,925,000. www.SteamboatWildflower.com. Property ID: 72790

The Wildflower Estate Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

Stagestop Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Yampa

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A beautiful and unique cabin hand constructed with reclaimed timbers from the historic “Stagestop” in Toponas, Colorado. A perfect

Luxury at Creek Ranch

retreat for all generations with 113 pristine acres, amazing views and luxury amenities; all surrounded by National Forest and the

Colorado v Routt Co. v Steamboat Springs

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Flattops Wilderness. A one-of-a-kind alpine Majestic log home near skiing and town with exquisite finishes on almost 12 acres. Over 5,800

getaway with all the conveniences of modern living. *Ranch team includes Pam Vanatta, Ren Martyn and Scott Eggleston. $2,800,000. Property ID: 48763

square feet with amazing barn and caretaker’s unit and use of an additional 2,400 acres. *Co-listed

Spacious Big Valley Ranch Colorado v Routt Co. v Steamboat Springs

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Gorgeous 7,727-square-foot home on 44 acres with up to 70 additional acres, six-stall barn, loafing shed and riding ring available. Close to world-class skiing with endless activities right on the property. $2,795,000. Property ID: 48764

with Cam Boyd. $2,400,000. Property ID: 46045

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Elk Park Ranch

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Colorado v La Plata County v Durango

Absolutely one of the rarest offerings, featuring 1,008 acres of dramatic mountains and rolling meadows within a lush river valley less than 10 minutes from historic downtown Durango. Nearly a mile of carefully restored Florida river frontage along with six stocked ponds make for a true fisherman’s paradise. And, it’s called Elk Park Ranch due to the number of elk that call it home, establishing it as one of the best elk hunting ranches in the region. Over 13,000 square feet of rustic log, timber and stone residential and ranch improvements can accommodate generations of family, friends and staff. The main residence, guesthouse and other buildings in the main compound have been extensively remodeled in the fall of 2014, bringing them to an exceptional level of finish and comfort, while maintaining the rich history feel of the “homestead”. The surrounding grounds are magical, offering beautiful gardens, towering aspen, spruce and Ponderosa trees, which frame ancient cliffs and distant peaks. The sound of running water is ever present with the Florida River running next to the compound and streams connecting multiple stocked ponds just out your backdoor. Also, there are trails throughout the ranch for equestrian pursuits and hiking. It is the true essence of a recreational paradise within a secure and private compound just minutes from Durango. $17,500,000. Property ID: 44279

Rancho Escalante Colorado v Montezuma Co. v Mancos

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This quintessential Colorado 603-acre ranch includes an elegant 6,508-square-foot home with spacious open floor plan, separate staff quarters and a caretaker’s cabin. The ranch facilities feature a 3,100-square-foot horse barn, a 14,000-square-foot indoor riding arena, outdoor corrals with loafing sheds, numerous outbuildings and separate garage with an art

studio above. There are great water rights that irrigate lush alfalfa and grass hay meadows and the balance of the land has varied terrain with stream, ponds and woodlands. $5,695,000. Property ID: 45495

North Star Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta

Each Office is Independently Owned and Operated.

Tom and Zach Morse 743 Main Avenue Durango, CO 81301

970 769-8989 tom@legacypropertieswestsir.com www.legacypropertieswestsir.com

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This 265-acre, state-of-the-art equestrian property is located in heart of the Cuchara River Valley in Southern Colorado. It features an exquisite Mediterranean-inspired 4,048-squarefoot home, guest casita, remodeled homestead, 10-stall horse barn and 110’ x 220’ indoor arena. There are significant water rights irrigating approximately 140 acres with great frontage on the Cuchara River. $5,250,000. Property ID: 45302


Silver Mountain Ranch Colorado v La Plata County v Durango

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Surrounded by the San Juan National Forest, this special 158-acre ranch is nestled in its own private valley, just 15 minutes from historic downtown Durango. Amenities include a 3,100-square-foot main residence, four selfcontained rustic cabins, and an open pavilion overlooking a lake. This is the quintessential Colorado mountain retreat with a million acres to explore out the back door. $3,650,000. Property ID: 47204

Merriman Ranch Colorado v La Plata County v Durango/Bayfield

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These 100 meticulously groomed acres are located in the Pine River valley. Lush hayfields are supported by impressive water rights to irrigate the certified weed-free hay meadows all season long. The balance consists of treed acreage interspersed with meadows to provide exceptional grazing. The 3,300-square-foot home has been completely remodeled. An equestrian’s dream riding/roping arena is complemented by a 9-stall barn, complete with caretaker’s residence, bunk room, and another breeding barn. New Price $3,200,000. Property ID: 39784

Riverwind Ranch Colorado v La Plata County v Bayfield

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Exceptional 103+-acre irrigated property with extensive Pine River frontage, 3 lakes and lovely riverside cabin. Great fishing and hunting only 5 minutes from Bayfield. This recreational paradise is a rare find

Weiss Ranch

and won’t last long. $1,985,000. Property ID: 47336

Colorado v Montezuma County v Mancos

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A contemporary home that fits perfectly with incredible views, on 81 acres (55 irrigated) with large pond and RV garage/apartment. Designed and positioned to maximize land use and gorgeous views, the main residence has been built using the finest materials with low maintenance in mind and the ability to lock and leave as a second home. There is a mature apple orchard and the property could be further cultivated for agriculture production or it may be used as a horse or cattle ranch. It’s a special offering at a tremendous value. $1,795,000. Property ID: 45911

Fleming Farm Colorado v Montezuma Co. v Yellow Jacket

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This highly productive and profitable 178 acre hay/alfalfa farm is truly turn

Tom and Zach Morse

key! It is exceptional in every way, with a remodeled 3,000+square-foot home,

743 Main Avenue • Durango, CO 81301

multiple barns/out-buildings, significant water rights, center-pivot and sideroll irrigation, and great production. $1,499,000. Property ID: 45275

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The Taylor Estate Colorado v Jefferson County v Lakewood

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The epitome of luxury ranch living is only 20 minutes to Downtown Denver. With 122 acres of varied terrain, this property boasts a storied past including visits from royalty and Heads of State. Amenities include panoramic mountain views, equestrian facilities, 1,100 feet of waterfront with boating privileges, private fishing lake and deeded water rights. The 14,000 square foot manor house offers seven bedroom suites as well as three separate guest cottages and numerous outbuildings. Agricultural status and 1 acre zoning give the buyer endless opportunities. $27,700,000. Wolfe Group, 303 324-0825, nancy.wolfe@sothebysrealty.com. Co-listed with Ty Stockton.

Flying Diamond Ranch

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Colorado v Jefferson County v Evergreen

The most photographed spot in Colorado’s front range. 127 acres with meadows, woodlands and two spring fed ponds. Custom home, guest

Stone Creek Farmstead

cabin, RV garage, four stall barn and arena. $3,125,000. Kerry Endsley,

Colorado v Teller County v Divide

KerryEndsley.com, 303 570-0267, kerry.endsley@sothebysrealty.com.

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This beautiful 225+ acre estate sits in a lush valley and is surrounded by rolling hills and National Forest. The property features an exquisitely construct-

Aspen Ridge Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

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ed main house, guest cottages, extensive walking and riding trails, fishing ponds and unforgettable views of Pikes Peak. $5,750,000. The Behr Team, 303 917-4467, josh.behr@sothebysrealty.com; linda.behr@sothebysrealty.com.

522 exquisite acres surrounded by national forest. Your Colorado estate with guest home, yurt, water rights, off grid utilities; ready for expansion. Views, hunting, fishing, skiing, rafting and more! $2,995,000. Sonia Chritton, 303 475-4312, sonia.chritton@sothebysrealty.com and Janet Gilliland, 720 310-8020, janet.gilliland@sothebysrealty.com.

Douglas Ranch Colorado v Douglas County v Castle Rock

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Fabulous 5,400 square foot updated, remodeled home with 35 acres, mountain views, five car heated garage, six stall barn, 732 square foot shed, loafing shed and located 15 minutes from city. Enjoy the privacy and ambiance of

303 893-3200 www.fullersothebysrealty.com

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this wonderful home and acreage with no restrictive covenants. $1,097,000. Richard Berst, 303 809-6771, richard.berst@sothebysrealty.com


Patterson Ranch

Box S Ranch

Oregon v Deschutes County v Sisters

Oregon v Deschutes County v Bend

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B

World Famous Patterson Ranch with a rich history in livestock production. Box S Ranch offers unmatched seclusion & privacy, 280 acres, 95 acres Ranch encompasses 345 ac w/ 339 ac. of Pole Creek irrigation. Beautiful irrigated. Cascade Mt. views 4 miles from Bend. Main Home: 4416 sf, home: 3704sf 3 bed/3.5 ba with private golf course & majestic Cascade 4 bed, 5.5 bath, office, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, stone Mountain Views. Property: 3 ponds, 2 additional homes, 2 barns-53 fireplace, decks. 2 Canyons, 2 stocked ponds, 1850 sf Guest Home, Barn stalls, adjoins Public Forest & Sisters UGB. $12,495,000.

w/office. Recreational Lifestyle Property! $6,600,000.

Blackstone Ranch

River Ranch Oregon v Crook County v Redmond

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Oregon v Crook County v Terrebonne

Highly Productive Ranch in Central Oregon w/over 579 acres & 461 Ranch Retreat 105 acres w/ 39 ac of irrigation. Incredible Custom 4773 acres water rights on the Crooked River. Cascade Mt & Smith Rock sf 3 bed, 4 bath Home with Crooked River, Smith Rock & Cascade Mtn Views. Updated Historic Home: 6187 sf 4 bed, 4 bath. Indoor Arena- views. The setting offers unique privacy & serenity. Ranch facilities: 100x300, 30 stall show barn, 2 shops, equipment sheds, feed lot, corrals Guest Home-1700 sf, Shop/RV 4 bay garage (64x48), Covered Arena and scales. Well Maintained Ranch ready for your livestock! $5,495,000. 100x250, Horse Barn w/ stalls & paddocks, & Bunkhouse. $3,750,000.

Future Street Farm

Grouse Mountain Lodge

Oregon v Deschutes County v Bend

Oregon v Grant County v Mt. Vernon

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Premiere Equestrian Estate. Cascade Mtn Views from 39 ac w/ 33 acres

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Recreational Ranch on 715 acres. Hand Scribed Log Home is 5262 sf, 3

Irrigation. Home: 4345 sf 3 bd, 3.5 ba gourmet kitchen, butler’s pantry, bed, 3.5 bath, Great Room, Stone Fireplace, Gourmet Kitchen, Formal formal dining, office, living & family room. Guest home, 80x200 indoor

Dining, Office, Bedroom Suites, Decks & Hot Tub. Shop/Barn-2496 sf.

arena, 150x300 outdoor arena, 80’ round pen, Eurowalker, 10 stall Scenic property is a wildlife sanctuary with elk, deer, forests & Beech show barn. 24 paddocks, Jump field galloping track. $2,695,000.

Creek running through. A private mountain retreat. $1,800,000.

Pam Mayo-Phillips, Principal Broker • 541 480-1513 cell pam@desertvalleyrealtors.com

Ron Davis, Principal Broker • 541 480-3096 cell rondavis@bendnet.com

Brook Havens, Principal Broker • 541 604-0788 cell

650 SW Bond St., Suite 100 • Bend, OR 97702 541 923-1376 office • 541 383-7600

All Agents licensed in the State of Oregon

Information from sources deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.

brookmhavens@gmail.com

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Indian Lake Ranch Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point

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These 1,308± acres boast 1,900+ acre feet of seasoned water rights, three dwellings, an indoor riding arena and multiple barns and outbuildings. There is a registered 3,000-foot runway and a large private hangar. The 60±acre private signature lake sits among the secluded valleys and timbered hills. There are perennial water sources and productive pastures--operated as a cattle ranch. The nine lawfully created contiguous tax lots provide opportunity for additional dwellings. $4,500,000. Garrett Zoller, 541 944-8821 and Tim O’Neil, 541 480-3682. Property ID: 48634

Elk Creek Ranch

Bear River Tree Farm

Oregon v Douglas County v Elkton

Washington v Pacific County v Long Beach

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These 75± acres are nestled in the Oregon Cascade coastal range are currently operated as a cattle

Diverse Investment, income and recreation and horse facility. There is a hay barn, locking tack room, several Quonset huts for horses and a opportunities! 216± acres of developable ranch-style home with covered wraparound deck with views! Deer, wild turkey and elk frequent this forest land along one mile of Willapa Bay area. Over .25 mile of Elk Creek frontage runs through this property, which is just 35 minutes from front. This property is surrounded by 16,000 the Oregon Coastal Recreational Area. $705,000. Brad Schaffer, 541 733-9727. Property ID: 48684 acres of wildlife and nature preserve. Zoned for parcels as small as 5 acres, it is ideal for a developer. Hunt, fish and invest in the beautiful

Pacific

Northwest!

$2,500,000.

Jon Stagnitti, 503 936-8281. Property ID: 47694

899 Caves Camp Oregon v Josephine County v Williams

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This 10±-acre farm is an easy fit for the horse-loving family! The custom log home is master-craftsman

Montana fir with a homestead design; three bedrooms, three baths and two master suites. The floor plan is open with lots of windows and natural lighting providing spectacular views of the nearby mountains! The property has a parklike setting and includes a picturesque pond. (2± acres irrigated). 7 managed timber acres sit behind the home, offering privacy at its best. There are multiple outbuildings, 1,000-square-foot shop and RV garage. $575,000. Wes Walton, 541 840-8685. Property ID: 148634

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Cable Creek Ranch Oregon v Umatilla County v Ukiah

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These 37,352± deeded acres includes $50,000± in CRP Income. This prosperous cattle and hunting operation has a carrying capacity of 10,252 AUMs. There is world-class hunting with multiple LOP tags for many different species. There are nine homes including a 7,500-squarefoot owner’s estate plus a 6,000-square-foot trophy room; two runways; 4,900x90 paved and a small grass airstrip with a hangar; and an Olympic spec, lighted, five-station trap shooting range. Come tour this amazing ranch on our website and recognize the real West starts here! $29,000,000. Garrett Zoller, 541 944-8821 and Tim O’Neil, 541 480-3682. Property ID: 46993

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Sun Pass Ranch is currently being operated as a bed & breakfast and horse hotel. This property is 110± acres backing up to 1,000s of acres of Federal land. The remodeled, rustic ranch house has been cleverly designed with six bedrooms and 5.5 baths. There is a riding arena, 22 horse stalls, secure tack room, barn and shop! Over 1 mile of Wood River frontage with trophy trout at its best! Over 350 species of birds in the area and plenty of big game hunting opportunities. Located in the Klamath Basin and just 23 minutes

Sun Pass Ranch & Horse Hotel

from Crater Lake National Park. REDUCED! $890,000. Tim O’Neil, 541 480-3682 &

Oregon v Klamath County v Ft. Klamath

Garrett Zoller, 541 944-8821. Property ID: 48633

Dauenhauer Sampson Creek Ranch Oregon v Jackson County v Ashland

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Just outside of Ashland in beautiful Southern Oregon! 4,395± acres are backed by BLM and private parcels. There are multiple springs and over 1 Million Board Feet of merchantable timber. 4 LOP tags with some of the finest black-tail deer in the record books; also home to elk, bear, cougar and upland game birds that

can be seen at any given time. Recreational opportunities are extremely diversified in this area. $3,300,000. Garrett Zoller, 541 944-8821. Property ID: 43348 Volume 56 Farm&Ranch West

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Estero Americano Ranch California v Marin County v Valley Ford

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First time on the market in nearly 150 years, this 1,118Âą-acre California heritage ranch is one of the oldest in Marin County. Only 50 minutes from San Francisco, the lands are USDA-Certified Organic, producing grass-fed Wagyu beef cattle. To the north, the land borders about two miles of the Estero Americano. To the south, there are panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. A ranch home lies within sound of the ocean, barn, equipment garage, corrals, shop, natural spring ponds and reservoirs, quarry and wildlife habitat. It is unequaled in peace, beauty and tranquility. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. *Video available on YouTube. $12,700,000. Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064.

Keene Ranch California v Kern County v Tehachapi

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The 8,940Âą-acre ranch lies just eight miles from Tehachapi, which is two hours from downtown Los Angeles between Golden Hills and Bear Valley, making this a prime development opportunity. A cattle ranch with oak covered grasslands, pine trees, and year-round springs. Equestrian ranch with amazing trails and beautiful valleys; a ranch teaming with wildlife, deer, elk, bear, quail and more. $15,900,000. Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064.

The New PBM Farms California v Siskiyou County v Dorris

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This 2,870-acre 100 % organic alfalfa and barley production farm has beautiful views of Mt. Shasta. Water is gold and this ranch has lots of it: nine wells over 19,300 gpm. The farm has five homes, two barns, shops, outbuildings, scales, organic grain silos and is enrolled in the Private Lands Management program that allows for late season hunts. There are 13 pivots with room to expand. This is a great investment opportunity. *Video available on YouTube. $7,750,000. Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064.

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River’s Edge Ranch California v Lassen County v McArthur

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The ranch consists of 567 acres in three parcels, situated in a tranquil setting with sweeping views of river, valley and mountains. Offering 450± acres under production. With an average of 8 to 9 ton per acre, annual production is between 3,600 to 4,050 tons. This is one of the best and highest-producing ranches in the north of the state. There is ample water supplied from a well, springs and river. There is a 4,400-square-foot custom home, equipment storage, four pole barns, hay/livestock barn with corrals and loading chute. $5,395,000 Donna or Rich, 530 336-6869.

Big Valley Ranch California v Modoc County v Lookout

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This 1,723-acre property has approximately 800 acres irrigated. The deeded ground can run about 2,000 AUMs that give the ranch approximately 800 cow/calf pairs for the season on a normal year. Adjoining the 1,723.04 acres is approximately 38,000 acres of private grazing permit ground. For the hunter, the property is in the X1 zone for deer. There is a 1,400-square-foot home and 6,000-square-foot restored barn with heated tack room and storage area. *Video available on YouTube. $3,600,000. Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064

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These 640 acres and a mountain cabin lie in Shasta Forest! This gorgeous property features a 1,100±-square-foot cabin overlooking its own private 14±-acre lake. The cabin is off grid and features new roof, propane appliances, propane hot water heater, 1.5 baths, fireplace, spring supplies non potable water, deck, enclosed sun porch and picnic area. This is a great property to enjoy many different types of outdoor activities such as hunting, horseback riding, fishing, swimming, kayaking, mountain biking and hiking. $2,000,000. Kathy or Glen, 530 643-1336.

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Teller Park Ranch Colorado v Teller County v Florissant

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The Teller Park Ranch, just 45 minutes west of Colorado Springs, is one of the best mountain properties in the entire region. This property lies just south of the town of Florissant, and 15 minutes to the west of the town of Woodland Park. The terrain offers gently sloping hills and rocky bluffs, which create many drainages and canyons to the southerly Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Resting west of Pikes Peak, this property truly is a prime place to build your dream home and command world-class views and privacy. $2,575,000. Contact Dax Hayden. Property ID: 48670

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Colorado v Adams County v Brighton

These 825 acres of primely located farm ground are comprised of seven different tracts. The land is highlighted by a 243-acre piece of excellent farm ground of which 120 acres is under pivot irrigation. This tract offers 100% of the mineral rights transferring to the buyer! Each of the 7 tracts are surrounded by developments and homes and all offer excellent paved road access. The land is just east of I-76 and is a mere 30 minutes from Downtown Denver. It is just 10 miles east of Brighton, Colorado and all amenities and schools. This land is available for purchase as one unit or the seven tracts individually. You will not find a larger offering of primely located land with unlimited opportunities. $7,462,640. Contact Seth Hayden. Property ID: 44413

Gove County Farm & Ranch Kansas v Gove County v Quinter

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This contiguous tract of dryland cultivation and native grassland is six miles south and one mile west of Quinter, with good road access. It offers a good farming, grazing and hunting investment. 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 to tanks. There is also a windmill and a dam. This contiguous tract is perfect for a farmer/stockman. Mineral rights go to the Buyer on 1280 acres and are withheld on 640 acres in Section 1, Township 13, Range 27. The property offers good upland bird hunting and excellent deer hunting. The

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Trophy Elk & Mule Deer Ranch Wyoming v Lincoln County v Cokeville

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The 1,091-acre Trophy Elk and Mule Deer Mountain Ranch is a hunter’s dream. This beautiful ranch features incredible views in all directions of beautiful mountains, meadows, canyons, pines and aspen quakies. This ranch features a hunting cabin nestled high up in an aspen covered valley where the sound of a small stream and bugling elk will remind you that you are right where you need to be. To top it all off this ranch backs to BLM offering access to 10’s of thousands of acres and is home to some of the biggest elk and mule deer in the Rocky Mountains! The ranch is located in Elk Unit 104 and Mule Deer Unit 135. These units are known for big elk and state record muleys! Both of these are limited

Emerald Sod Farm Colorado v Adams County v Commerce City

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Approximately 30 miles N.E. of downtown Denver, approximately 5 miles N.E. of Denver International Airport and approximately 10 miles East of Brighton. South boundary is 128th Avenue, West Boundary is Lanewood Street, North Boundary is 144th Avenue, and East boundary is Watkins Mile Road, with Box Elder Creek running south to north through the middle of property. Current Land Use: 200 acres in turf production, 120 acres in alfalfa hay, 150 acres of Box Elder Creek bottom for hunting, pasture or recreational use, 550 acres in wheat or other crops, balance in roadways and out areas. $12,500,000. Property ID: 45284

draw, however that is not a problem with your two landowner tags for each animal. This fine ranch is located 120 miles south of Jackson, Wyoming and is right on the Idaho border. This ranch is priced to sell! $1,475,000. Contact Bill Vacek. Property ID: 41612

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Jones Family Homestead Colorado v Las Animas County v Kim

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Located approximately 22 miles north of Kim, Colorado, the Jones Family Homestead is one of Colorado’s greatest ranch values. These 960 deeded acres, comprising of round-top mesa, ranch land, canyons and 160 acres of dry land farm ground, have been in the same family since early 1900s, providing income and hunting for generations of the Jones family. This property includes a comfortable three-bedroom, one-bath

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Big Valley Farms Third Generation Colorado Sod Farm with irrigated the land owner, a couple of barns and garages for storing your ATV’s and farmland and senior and exportable water rights is priced to sell. Value farm equipment, and lots of ground to go play. It is the ideal farm/ranch/

priced with built-in equity the day you close! This is one of the absolute recreational property, complete with waterline operated drinkers for cattle best irrigated farms with exportable water rights in Colorado today. This and wildlife. $768,000. Contact Greg Liddle. Property ID: 45594 1,035-acre farm and ranch consists of: 418 irrigated acres with 4 pivots (Historically a sod production operation, but could easily be converted to corn or wheat or alfalfa), 344 acres of dryland farm; 273 acres of grazing; and 7,899 acre feet of very Senior and Junior Irrigation wells –

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1,700 acre-foot of which are 100% exportable. $11,500,000. Contact Jim

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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

Irish Harp Ranch

is a turn-key operation featuring a spacious 3,800-square-foot log lodge at the ranch

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headquarters. $6,950,000. Property ID: 43604

W Spear Ranch Muddy Creek Ranch Colorado v Pueblo County Colorado City

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Private hunting preserves may be imagined to be features of 19th century England, but an

Colorado v Rio Blanco County v Meeker

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The White River Country near Meeker, Colorado has long been known as some of the finest territory in the state for producing quality hay and quality big game, and the W Spear Ranch excels in both. Investors looking for a proven working cattle ranch with a sideline of trophy mule deer, elk and antelope hunting will want to take a serious look at this 1,480-acre gem just 10 miles east of Meeker. $5,950,000. Property ID: 48836

excellent one exists today in the foothills of the Wet Mountains, only 25 minutes southwest of Pueblo, Colorado. Almost unbelievably, in the midst of one of the fastest-growing sections of the Rockies, the Muddy Creek Ranch remains a 4,227-acre undisturbed refuge of pines, streams and wildlife. $6,700,000. Property ID: 48835

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Laramie Range Ranch Wyoming v Albany County v Laramie

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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


La Sal Ranch Utah v Grand County v Moab

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Towering over the vast redrock country in southeastern Utah near Moab, Utah, the La Sal Mountains form a green alpine refuge for mule deer, elk and even trout. The La Sal Ranch is arguably the finest ranch in this cool alpine oasis, and spans 1,878 acres of spruce forests, verdant meadows and aspen groves at elevations from 9000 to nearly 11,000 feet. $5,200,000. Property ID: 48678

Big Cimarron River Ranch Colorado v Gunnison County v Cimarron

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“Cimarron” means “wild” in Spanish, and the Big Cimarron River Ranch in southwest Colorado uniquely combines wildness and comfort in a 391-acre package. Surrounded by spectacular cliffs, rock pinnacles and 12,000-foot peaks, the Big Cimarron River Ranch lies in a setting right out of a Hollywood Western, yet offers all the comforts of home in three beautifully-appointed cabins. $2,800,000. Property ID: 48680

Leaping Trout Ranch Wyoming v Carbon County v Saratoga

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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

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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 $6,600,000. Property ID: 72461

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Spring Gulch Ranch Wyoming v Teton County v Jackson Hole

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Spring Gulch Ranch is located along idyllic Spring Gulch Road with views of the Teton Range and close proximity to Grand Teton National Park. Historic downtown Jackson Hole is a 10-minute drive and world-renowned Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is 15 minutes away. This 580-acre legacy offering has building sites that could include developing individual homes, creating a family estate with multiple homes or relinquishing development rights via an additional conservation easement. $45,000,000.

Windsong Ranch Wyoming v Laramie County v Buford

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Cañones Creek Ranch on the Chama River

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This 518-acre sportsman’s paradise is in the heart of the Chama River Valley with 1.25 miles on

Approximately two hours north of Denver both sides of the fully enhanced Chama River and five stocked trout ponds. The main residence and 25 minutes east of Laramie, Wyoming is a well-appointed 2,100-square-foot adobe-style home. Cañones Creek Ranch supports a is the 1,000±-acre Windsong Ranch. A productive hay farm operation with tremendous water rights. Sporting enthusiasts will enjoy secluded Western retreat with direct access the skeet shooting range, excellent big game hunting, and five landowner elk tags. $6,900,000. to the Medicine Bow National Forest, the ranch offers a unique blend of rich riparian corridors, mountain views and dramatic rocky outcrops. The well-built two-bedroom, one-bath log home features a wraparound deck overlooking one of the ranch’s several ponds. $2,200,000.

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Colorado v Garfield County v Silt

The Wapiti Hideaway is nestled near the White River National Forest, 13 miles south of the

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Colorado River in Silt, Colorado. The 1,136-acre ranch features outstanding hunting, panoramic views, excellent water resources, income-producing croplands and quality improvements on a major elk migratory route. The private owner’s compound consists of 5 acres in the heart of the ranch with a 48-foot gated entryway and a 4,763-square-foot residence. $5,495,000.


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Idaho v Teton County v Clementsville

The West Rim Ranch is on the quiet side of the Teton Mountain Range on the northwestern rim of the Big Hole Mountains in both Teton County and Madison County, Idaho. The ranch is comprised of 2,553.56 deeded acres of diverse landscape that includes timbered hillsides, large open pastures, deep treelined canyons and a 2.5-mile shared border with the Caribou-Targhee National Forest. $7,890,000.

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Running Colter Ranch provides premier spring creek trout fishing and pheasant hunting. The ranch is offered as two separate parcels or as one 696-acre ranch. Enjoy ¾ mile of excellent spring creek fishing on Bull Run Creek or “cast and blast” the private waterfowl ponds and sloughs. With two spring-fed waterfowl ponds and several smaller creeks and sloughs, enjoy one of the finest sporting properties in southwestern Montana near Bozeman. $5,790,000. Reduced!

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Prickly Pear Mountain Ranch is comprised of 1,340 deeded acres and 800 BLM acres and is home to a wide variety of wildlife. Surrounded by public land on three sides, Little Prickly Pear Creek runs through the ranch for approximately one mile. Irrigated meadows accent the valley floor and they are utilized for hay production. Improvements include a custom residence, a guesthouse and a caretaker’s house. $3,750,000. Reduced!

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Colorado v Custer County v Westcliffe

Humboldt Peak Ranch is 1.5 hours from Colorado Springs. The 404-acre ranch has an idyllic blend of inspiring panoramic views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, agricultural production, newly finished cabins, numerous fishing ponds and a rich ranching history. Home to at least one herd of elk, along with many deer and other wildlife, the ranch offers outstanding opportunities for big game hunting. Fishermen can enjoy the nearby Arkansas River, which boasts quality rainbow and brown trout. $3,895,000.

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Big Creek Ranch

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Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

Sitting in its own serene and secluded valley only seven miles north of

Capitol Creek Ranch

the resort town of Steamboat Springs, lies the Big Creek Ranch. With Colorado v Pitkin County v Aspen over 5,000 acres, this is the largest property of its kind in the US near At 1,328 acres, the historic Capital Creek Ranch is one of the largest a major world-class ski resort. The ranch is practically surrounded by contiguous tracts of deeded ground in Pitkin County, Colorado. This end-

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hundreds of thousands of acres of national forest, making this wild of-the-road ranch is adjacent to the Snowmass/Maroon Bells Wilderness, and vast retreat seem infinitely larger. Boasting over five miles of private and set against the backdrop of the dramatic snow-capped West Elk fishing along the enhanced Big Creek, the ranch also offers several other Range and Haystack Mountain. The property is protected in perpetuity by creeks, springs and ponds, abundant wildlife and elegant improvements. a conservation easement allowing five building envelopes of up to 5,000 $54,900,000. Contact Ken Mirr. Property ID: 48065 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, cross-country 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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Located just 30 miles from downtown Denver, the 456-acre Centaur Meadows Ranch offers a rare combination of lush pastures, rocky outcroppings, conserved open space, and 26 county-approved,

Slash Spade Ranch

developable homesites. With its dramatic views of Mt. Evans and Colorado v Montrose County v Crawford a thriving population of elk and deer, Centaur Meadows Ranch is The 3,558-acre Slash Spade Ranch is a classic Colorado intermountain equally attractive as a private family retreat or as a unique investment recreational ranch. The landscape is gently sloping with beautiful meadows opportunity. $7,400,000. Contact Ed Roberson. Property ID: 48319

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and aspen trees. This fabulous hunting property has loads of deer and elk and over-the-counter tags (elk) for residents and non-residents. Sweeping views of dramatic snow-capped peaks abound in nearly every direction.

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The BLM trailhead for the Black Canyon of the Gunnison is only a few hundred yards from the property boundary, and the charming town of Crawford is only about 10 minutes away. Price reduced to $6,500,000. Contact Jeff Hubbard or Pat Lancaster. Property ID: 45858


North Poudre River Ranch

Halleck Canyon Ranch

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Situated along the banks of the North Fork of the Cache la Poudre River with dramatic scenery, the 3,853-acre North Poudre River Ranch lies at the convergence of the short grass prairie of the Front Range and the Laramie foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Just 25 miles north of Fort Collins, the ranch has rolling grassy uplands with private parks and swells, granite rock outcroppings with Ponderosa Pines, and deep canyon walls reaching

Wyoming v Platte County v Wheatland The Halleck Canyon Ranch offers 5,512± acres between Laramie and Wheatland, along highway 34 and 90± miles from Wyoming’s largest livestock market. This property is well managed, amply watered and offers valuable 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

down to river bottom. $4,900,000. Contact Ken Mirr. Property ID: 48317

Carter Creek Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

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Ft. Laramie Waterfowl Preserve

The Carter Creek Ranch is an ideal Colorado mountain ranch offering Wyoming v Goshen County v Ft. Laramie prime sporting and agricultural values with easy accessibility. The ranch In the heart of the central flyway, an area known for its big flights of

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lies directly off of US Highway 40, just 13 miles north of the town of late-season mallards, wigeon and giant Greater Canada geese, lies Kremmling – known as the “Sportsman’s Capital of Colorado.” Only the Ft. Laramie Waterfowl Preserve, a 288-acre sportsman’s paradise. two hours from Denver, the ranch consists of approximately 880 acres The property offers 72 acres of irrigation under a center pivot, a very of deeded land and also has a grazing lease on 1,390 adjacent acres productive farm with 1.25 miles of North Platte River frontage and a of BLM and 380 acres of State land. The property is characterized by home to trophy whitetail, turkey, ducks and geese. 20 minutes from rolling native grass and sagebrush hillsides, protected creek bottoms Torrington, Wyoming and three hours from Denver, the Ft. Laramie and draws, and lush green meadows. The ranch directly neighbors Waterfowl Preserve is adjacent to the Ft. Laramie Historical Monument. the 11,500-acre Carter Mountain State Trust Lands, affording trophy $1,800,000. Contact Ken Mirr or Jared Souza. Property ID: 46571 hunting, fishing, horseback riding and other recreational opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. Carter Creek meanders its way for over a mile through the length of the property and has historic water rights to support a 2-acre pond and 140± acres under irrigation (72 acres of hay meadow and 68 acres of pasture). $2,290,000. Contact Daniel Carter or Ken Mirr. Property ID: 48831

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Forked Lightning Ranch

The 2,300± deeded acres of Jane Fonda’s Forked Lightning Ranch provide a diverse

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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

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This executive ranch has 2,964± deeded acres and offers an exquisite architecturally-designed custom home, 420± irrigated acres and a welldesigned low-overhead cattle operation. Anglers will appreciate the three professionally

Three Peaks Ranch

designed and strategically placed trout ponds on the ranch and the proximity to all of the

Montana v Park County v Livingston

world-renowned fishing available in the near-

by 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

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Sun River Ranch, 3,050± total acres straddling 3.5 miles of the Sun River, represents an attractive opportunity to own a remarkable turn-key fly-fishing and equestrian property. Located 17± miles west of Augusta and a comfortable 1.25hour drive from Great Falls, the Ranch adjoins the 19,000-acre Sun River Game Range and has

Sun River Ranch

immediate access to the Bob Marshall Wilder-

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ness. The state-of-the-art technology, supreme quality and unsurpassed style boasted through-

out the masterfully-crafted home create 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. 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

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The 5,870± deeded acres stretch from the foothills of the eastern Deer Lodge Valley to the

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mountainous areas of the Continental Divide. The property consists of open native grasslands, timberland, mountain terrain and multiple lush riparian threads. Plentiful sources of surface water in four creeks and numerous springs create an ideal habitat for wildlife. A calving ground for elk in the spring, the Property has endless wildlife-viewing and hunting opportunities. Abundant grass resources offer productive grazing for livestock and attract big game from the adjacent Helena National Forest. Available for under $820 per deeded acre. $4,800,000. Property ID: 44891


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Two miles of the Sun River flow through the core of this 1,237-acre ranch, offering a productive hay base and efficient cattle operation. The plentiful water creates an ideal habitat for upland game birds, waterfowl and Pope & Young trophy whitetail deer. The thoughtfully sited, architecturally designed improvements

Three Buttes Cattle Company

capture the river corridor and dramatic sandstone cliffs.$3,950,000. Property ID: 48502

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Senior water rights, pivot irrigation and a quality soil profile generate consistent smallgrain crop yields on this 1,076±-deeded-acre farm. The abundant water resource also supplies several large ponds, attracting a magnitude of migratory waterfowl. This solid ROI farm lies 30 minutes from Great Falls. Well-maintained modest improvements with 40,000 bushels of grain storage complete the offering. $3,750,000. Property ID: 48501

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Overlooking the magnificent Rocky Mountain Front, these 678± deeded acres straddling 1.5± miles of trout-rich Smith Creek are utilized to host private fly-fishing and upland game-bird hunting expeditions. Historically, the Ranch also has been operated as a purebred cattle operation. The Ranch offers a productive ranch on a great trout fishery and of the best recreation Montana has to offer.

Shortridge Ranch

Reduced to $2,375,000. Property ID: 42536

Montana v Lewis & Clark County v Augusta

hunting preserve with close proximity to some

Wise River Ranch Montana v Beaverhead County v Wise River

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

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The Crazy D Ranch is one of those rare Montana ranches for sale with the size and agricultural production to be a viable farming and livestock operation while also providing

Crazy D Ranch Montana v Sweet Grass County v Big Timber

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,

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reservoir perfectly suited for water skiing and jet ski family fun on hot summer days. Combine that with quality improvements and stunning views of the Absaroka and Crazy Mountains and you have a highly desirable ranch. $16,500,000. Property ID: 48609

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The Kirven Ranch is situated in an area that is rich, fertile, and always abundant with wildlife. A sustainable cattle and haying ranch with plenty of recreational and western lifestyle attributes, the ranch is easy to get to, convenient to retail and town amenities and close to major transportation. Kirven Ranch is a balanced holding that presents a buyer with solid agriculture production and multiple recreational opportunities. The Big

Kirven Ranch

Horn, Wyoming area is highly coveted and this ranch provides private living and amazing views.

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Dry Creek Hunting Reserve is a one of a kind big game hunting ranch for sale in Oregon,

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Foster Creek Farm

hunting area. There are plenty

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deer and other wildlife to

This private 131±-acre farm was once part of the Samuel P. Miller Homestead and still has the original hand-hewn log cabin, several outbuildings and an historic barn providing an “old Montana” feel. The original farm house was built in the early 1900’s and now provides adjoining guest quarters to the more recently built executive home. Foster Creek dances its way past the homestead and

of Rocky Mountain elk, mule thrill the hunting enthusiast looking to purchase such a bountiful reserve. Dry Creek Hunting Reserve has easy

Dry Creek Hunting Reserve Oregon v Crook County v Prineville

access to thousands of acres of public land that is nearly non accessible to the general public. The secluded Dry Creek Hunting Reserve is a large family holding and has not been offered on the market in over 60 years. Explore all the wonders of nature this rare offering holds in its over 1,700 private acres. $3,000,000. Property ID: 48406

through some of the most productive farm ground in the valley while running the length of the farm, providing excellent cover and habitat for a variety of birds and wildlife. $1,950,000. Property ID: 48610

B Bar B Ranch Oregon v Klamath County v Chiloquin

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Held by the same family for more than 40 years, the B Bar B Ranch has been a high quality grass/hay ranch for the duration of the current ownership. Located near the Williamson River, this ranch possesses all of the key components desired in an agricultural operation as well as the make-up for a recreational retreat. Highlights include dramatic easterly views of the stunning Buttes that populate the valley,

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productive fields and abundant wildlife. The B Bar B Ranch has an unmatched setting in beautiful Southern Oregon and its location does not compromise access to amenities. $1,700,500. Property ID: 47790


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One would be hard-pressed to find another property within 30 minutes of Bozeman with comparable live water resources on or off the market. With direct access to the Madison River on the western boundary, a convenient location 25 minutes from the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport and 5 minutes from the amenities of Three Forks, the Madison Spring Creek Ranch can be enjoyed by all generations. $6,900,000. Property ID: 46616

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Judith River Cast and Blast for sale in Montana sits astride 2.8± miles of the Judith River, on the western border of Fergus County. The Judith River, home to rainbow and large brown trout as well as catfish and bass, is the lifeblood of some of the best pheasant and whitetail deer habitat in the area and was named by the Lewis & Clark Expedition as the “prettiest tributary to the Missouri River.” Improvements include a 3,000 sq. ft. ranch house, garage, calving barn

Circle Lazy H Ranch On Fall Creek

and corrals. This productive river bottom hay ranch has the makings of a classic sportsman’s Wyoming v Teton County v Jackson Hole With easy access to the Jackson Hole Mounsanctuary. $3,500,000. Property ID: 47863

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deeded acres in a remarkably private setting.

miles to the south. The ranch offers A recreational paradise, the ranch features the discriminate buyer a beautiful over a mile of two forks of Fall Creek with ex2,300±-square-foot log home with

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incredible patio. For visitors there hiking and horseback riding on the ranch and is a beautiful guest home just steps adjacent public lands. Enjoy cross-country from the pool. This private ranch has facilities suited to a ranch lifestyle but also gives you the and back-country skiing, snowshoeing and opportunity to pursue other passions. $2,800,000. Property ID: 48104

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Held by the same family for the past 45 years, the Brown Valley Ranch has been operated as a working cattle ranch for the duration of the current ownership. Located up the Threemile drainage

snowmobiling from the ranch during the winter months. $8,250,000. Property ID: 46615

Brown Valley Ranch Montana v Ravalli Co. v Stevensville

in the Bitterroot Valley, this ranch possesses all of the key components desired in an established agricultural operation as well as the make-up for a recreational retreat. Highlights include dramatic

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Wolf Springs Ranch Colorado v Huerfano & Custer Counties v Westcliffe

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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

River Canyon Ranch

eastern face of the continental divide. Abundant water from several New Mexico v Harding/Mora County v Wagon Mound

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streams, reservoirs and springs support a resident elk herd, plentiful River Canyon Ranch offers private full or part-time enjoyment with mule deer and pronghorn antelope supporting what could be a revenue- modern upscale accommodations in a spectacular canyon setting in generating hunting operation. This complete ranch with first-class high plains country. The ranch consists of over 10,000 acres (6,980 improvements operates as a bison-cattle-horse ranch with over 3,370

deeded and 3,110 state leased acres) and features a 3,800-square-foot

acres of irrigable water rights. This legacy ranch is just 15 miles to the main residence, a guest house, organic fruit and vegetable garden, a Silver West jet-accessible airport and under a two-hour drive to Colorado large shop, three-stall horse barn and several pastures. $7,800,000. Springs. $54,700,000. Ron Morris, 970 535-0881.

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been included in this 2,336-acre turn-key wildlife ranch and hunting With panoramic views of the Wet Mountain Valley and Sangre de Cristo preserve with elk, trophy bull buffalo, abundant trophy-quality Mountains, Five Star Ranch Estate offers gracious mountain living. whitetail deer, mule deer and extraordinary bird hunting. Features a These 71.6 deeded and 490 state lease acres are five minutes north of 3,200-square-foot log home with guest unit overlooking a bass pond. Westcliffe, offering privacy and masterpiece improvements. $4,400,000. $4,500,000. Ron Morris, 970 535-0881.

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Vista Verde Guest Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

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Shadowed by the rugged peaks of the snowcapped Zirkel Range, the 587-acre Vista Verde Guest Ranch has direct access to national forest and includes over 90,000 square feet of upscale improvements offering adventure, outstanding cuisine and indulgence to guests from around the world. This exclusive luxury guest ranch is one of only three ranches in the nation awarded the prestigious AAA Four Diamond rating. 30 minutes north of Steamboat Springs and convenient to the Yampa Valley Regional Airport, Vista Verde Guest Ranch is offered turn-key at $19,900,000. Christy Belton, 970 734-7885.

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Part of the 19,000-acre Grand River Ranch shared ranch community which offers an assortment of amenities including equestrian center, two fishing camps, sporting clays range and guest lodge, the 176-acre Aspen Meadows Ranch is unique to itself with privacy, creek and two ponds in an alpine setting with incredible mountain views. $7,000,000 includes custom furniture. Ron Morris, 970 535-0881. Volume 56 Farm&Ranch West

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Cato Crazy Woman Ranch Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo

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The historic Cato Crazy Woman Ranch is a well-watered, highly productive, low overhead grass ranch located in north central Wyoming situated in the Powder River Basin near the Big Horn Mountains. Consisting of 44,657± deeded acres, 3,200± State of Wyoming lease acres, and 1,800± BLM lease acres for a total of approximately 49,657 contiguous acres. Located approximately 15 miles east of Buffalo with year-round accessibility. Owner-rated 1,000 cow/calf pairs year-round. Crazy Woman Creek flows through ten pastures and provides year-round water. Reduced to $17,500,000 or $391.88 per deeded acre. 307 334-2025. Property ID: 47667

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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: 48298

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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 Marton Ranch Wyoming v Alcova, Natrona & Carbon Counties

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This large, working cattle and sheep operation consists of 69,550± contiguous acres: 35,700± deeded, 25,850± BLM lease and 8,000± state lease acres. Bordered on the northwest by the North Platte River starting at the Gray Reef dam and running downstream for 12± miles. The headquarters lie 20 miles south of Casper, Wyoming near Alcova. There are nice improvements. The present operation now runs about 450 mother cows, 2,300 ewes and replacement yearlings and breeding stock. Livestock water is provided from streams, springs, reservoirs, solar wells, electric wells, and artesian wells. Excellent wildlife habitat

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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 irrigated acres under eight low-pressure center pivots. The adjudicated water rights for irrigation are from private wells. Historically, the grazing has been leased out, and the lessees run 450-500 pairs for six months. Improvements include newly-remodeled ranch house, various outbuildings, and a good set of pipe working corrals. This ranch is in the heart of the central flyway, an area known for excellent waterfowl hunting. The ranch has had substantial income from gravel production in the past. $6,500,000. Scott Leach, 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

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Iconic ranch, just minutes from Casper, offered for the first time in over 90 years. 3,178+ deeded acres, 3,937± State of Wyoming lease acres, 2,326± BLM lease acres for 9,441+ total acres. Protected, tree-lined creek bottoms, high-mountain meadows and native grass prairie. Improvements include a barn and three sets of corrals. The southern portion of the ranch is located in the beautiful and secluded Corral Creek Canyon with adjacent

Mule Creek Ranch Wyoming v Albany County v Garrett

high mountain pasture on Muddy Mountain. Excellent water sources are available throughout the ranch from wells, pipelines, reservoirs, windmills, springs and live water. A variety of wildlife is found throughout the ranch

which includes elk, deer, antelope and wild turkey. Reduced to $2,800,000. Ecologically diverse and productive private ranch consisting of 6,462± Clay Griffith or Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 48297 deeded acres, 2,000± State of Wyoming lease acres and 1,473± BLM lease

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acres for a total of 9,895± contiguous acres. Located in Area 7, “the heart of elk country”, the ranch provides excellent habitat not only for elk but also for a variety of wildlife including mule deer, antelope, sage grouse, bobcats, mountain lions, black bear, duck, geese, coyotes and bighorn sheep. Historically, the ranch also provides summer grazing for 200±

Cory Clark, Broker cow/calf pairs. There is ample water throughout ranch and a nice set of Mark McNamee, Associate Broker • Denver Gilbert, Associate Broker improvements. $6,400,000. Cory Clark or Scott Leach, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 47221

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North Montrose Farm - ROI 758 Acres

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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 1,200head cattle facility, two shops, granaries, numerous outbuildings and a 2,800-squarefoot home. $4,795,000. Property ID: 47337

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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

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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

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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. Reduced price $2,450,000. Property ID: 43481

Waterdog Mountain Ranch 1,880 Acres Joseph C. Burns Bryan W. Walchle Michael J. McGarry 21263 Hwy 550 • Montrose, CO 81403

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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. Reduced price $2,850,000. Property ID: 41554


Bostwick Park Production Ranch 2,455 Acres

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This 2,455-acre production ranch has over 710 irrigated acres. A three-ranch assemblage, creates one of western Colorado’s larg-

est 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. Reduced price $6,996,750. Property ID: 45903

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Private, exclusive, surreal, majestic and 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 the combination of 270± acres of irrigated fields along with 440± acres of grazing pasture, this ranch provides the perfect habitat for livestock and wildlife. $4,600,000. Property ID: 41740

Shadow Mesa Ranch 708 Acres

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Located nine miles south of Montrose, west of Highway 550. Features include 75 irrigated acres, 2.25 CFS of priority irrigation water from the Upper Uncompahgre Ditch, natural gas, Tri County water and power. Located adjacent to the Division of Wildlife, the balance of the property is rolling, elevated and covered in pinion and juniper. Big views, great access a wellprotected setting make this a must see. $1,375,000. Property ID: 47338

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Smiths Fork River Ranch Wyoming v Lincoln County v Cokeville

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This 400-acre block of land, situated on one of Southwestern Wyoming’s best undiscovered trout streams, is one of the finest family-oriented retreats to surface in recent years. This beautiful place enjoys convenient year ’round access and is located 106 miles south of Jackson Hole and 160 miles from Salt Lake City. The authentic small livestock town of Cokeville is 18 miles south. The Ranch is graced by a tasteful and comfortable 12,000 square-foot lodge completed in 2010 that contains a luxurious master suite plus 10 additional bedrooms and large recreational spaces. A 27KW propane backup generator along with dual heating systems and air conditioning plus a satellite-based security and monitoring system ensure convenience and enjoyment. A welldesigned 3,200 square-foot barn complements this beautiful compound. The land is comprised of 120 acres of irrigated and sub-irrigated meadow plus 280 acres of rolling native range. The historic and trout-rich river was named after the legendary explorer, Jedediah Smith. The ranch owns a private 1.30-mile stretch on the Smiths Fork and another 0.70 of a mile which has no public access. Good populations of German brown and Bonneville cutthroat trout harbor in the River’s attractive and productive riparian zones. The Upper Smiths Fork Valley provides a plethora of recreational opportunities – elk and mule deer hunting – riding horses, ATVs, and snowmobiles – miles of hiking and snowshoeing – plus the Pine Creek Ski Resort with 30 runs and a quad chairlift is just 15 miles from the Ranch. Here is a wonderful opportunity for quiet renewal in clean air along with the possibility of establishing Wyoming residency and reduce personal state income and inheritance taxes to zero. The Smiths Fork River Ranch has been thoughtfully and competitively priced at $3,550,000. Please Call David Packer at 801-419-9932 or Patrick Bates at 801-560-4259. Download Complete Brochure from Website.

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Moose Springs Ranch Utah v Wasatch County v Heber City

Here is an extraordinary opportunity to own almost one square mile of some of the most beautiful and enjoyable mountain land now available in the Rocky Mountain West. The Moose Springs Ranch encompasses about 584 acres of wonderful terrain, which are graced by stunning stands of quaking aspen and alpine conifer trees. This rare holding also contains many year ’round springs and small creeks. It is situated in the Lake Creek Drainage–one of Northern Utah’s most reliable watersheds. Grassy parks attract good numbers of Rocky Mountain elk. Beautiful willow draws provide abundant forage for surprising numbers of moose. Mule deer are plentiful along with occasional sightings of black bear and cougar. The Moose Springs Ranch straddles Lake Creek Road about 13 miles east of Heber City, Utah–this paved scenic drive affords easy access. The Ranch has had only two ownerships in the past 60 years–a rare offering in today’s land market. The Ranch is currently zoned for 20-acre parcels which positions it nicely for a conservation easement should the next owner choose to create a family legacy compound or corporate retreat and preserve capital vis-à-vis attendant tax deductions. This magnificent holding is situated only 26 miles from Park City–58 miles from Salt Lake City–41 miles from Provo. This amazing location is further enhanced by the Heber Valley Airport–one of the best corporate jet-capable facilities in the West–just 30 minutes from the Ranch! This remarkable block of land was offered at $3,869,600. The price has been reduced to $3,300,000. Please Call Patrick Bates at 801 560-4259 or David Packer at 801 419-9932. Download Complete Brochure from Website.

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Big Wall Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta

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This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own the cornerstone ranch of the region! At the doorstep of the legendary Spanish Peaks in the majestic Wahatoya Valley of Southern Colorado, lies Big Wall Ranch, one of Colorado’s finest ranches with 390± acres of lush alpine hay fields and unlimited opportunities for trout fishing, horseback riding and picnics along the edge of Wahatoya Creek as it meanders in the valley below the Big Wall, for three quarters of a mile through the ranch. Along the west edge of the property, the Big Wall rises spectacularly above the ranch, part of North America’s only Dike Wall geological formation radiating from the Spanish Peaks. Big Wall Ranch is the quintessential horse property and is just a stone’s throw by horseback from the Spanish Peaks Wilderness Area. Ten years of grooming in the cottonwood groves and streamside has created a parklike setting throughout the acreage. The Big Wall Ranch includes the Ranch Headquarters, in an historic territorial home, along with a guest house, a root cellar/guest room and a large barn. The guest house sits in grove of towering cottonwoods near Wahatoya Creek with a babbling tributary stream running by the patio. Near the Ranch Headquarters, a private guest enclave is set above the root cellar with magnificent views of West Spanish Peak. With open meadows, cottonwoods and pines, elk, mule deer and bear make their home on the ranch. Take a day to come tour this incredible ranch in southern Colorado. $4,175,000. Property ID: 48779

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Table Rock Ranch is everything that folks dream about when they think of owning a Colorado ranch: good hay, a pond, Wahatoya Creek, majestic mountain views and secluded, yet only a few

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miles from the mountain town of La Veta. The 145± acres are protected by a Colorado Open Lands

222 South Main Street • La Veta, CO 81055 conservation easement to ensure its future. With a beautiful stone fireplace, a dining area set in the

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bay window and half log stairs to the master suite, this Amish built log cabin overlooking Wahatoya Creek has more character than a person can possibly imagine. Big logs, lots of custom features and a fabulous setting combine to make this a very special property. $1,495,000. Property ID: 48799


Farisita Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v Gardner

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The Farisita Ranch is the perfect retreat for the family who loves to get outdoors. With miles of horse trails and abundant wildlife, including deer, elk, bear, there is much to see and do, providing year round outdoor activities. Nestled in a small valley surrounded by hayfields, there are abundant natural grasslands, piñon and cedar covered hillsides, rolling meadows and canyons. Bordered by federal and state lands, the property has beautiful panoramic views of Greenhorn Mountain and the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range. The property is 160 acres with an additional 80 acres of leased state land along the Huerfano River, plus an irrigated hayfield with good water rights. Ideal for the western horseman and his family, the property includes a horse loafing shed, a round pen and covered viewing area, corrals, a large custom barn with electricity and a locking tack room and a large loft area that kids will love. The Farisita Ranch Headquarters is a lovely, custom adobe home, southwestern territorial style with five fireplaces and historic architectural touches. A beautifully landscaped, walled courtyard, and brick portal offer a private oasis. The Guest House features a full modern kitchen with granite table top island, plus two bedrooms and three quarter bath with a beautiful tiled glass shower. $999,000. Property ID: 48787

The Historic Wagner Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta Listed exclusively by

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In the Cuchara Valley of Southern Colorado, the Historic Wagner Ranch is at the entrance to the beautiful Wahatoya Valley south of La Veta, one of the most spectacular settings imaginable. The terrain of this 320± acre ranch varies dramatically from large pasture and meadows, rock outcroppings, a dramatic ridge and Wildcat Canyon, one of the region’s private elk hideaways.

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Wagner Ranch offers some of the area’s best hunting and wild life watching habitat. Piñon, cedar, 222 South Main Street • La Veta, CO 81055 among historical barns, along with the original homestead. With incredible views, the Historic

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Wagner Ranch is a one-of-a-kind property in Southern Colorado. $1,000,000. Property ID: 48781

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Spectacular Sierra Ranch California v Plumas County v Genesee

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The Genesee Valley Ranch. A stunning 9,000 square-foot log home is the centerpiece of this special ranch that includes 1,060 acres of irrigated meadows, forest, three creeks, six ponds, a lake, guest homes and more. Ideal for extended family and/or corporate retreats. Fish, hike, ride, swim, hunt and more. Plus pre-1914 water rights with gravity irrigation. Summers around 225 pair. $8,950,000.

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The Sierra Foothill Ranch in the Fiddletown Wine Country AVA features 714 acres of rolling grasslands, oaks and pine trees. The ranch includes a ranch home with views, barns, small vineyard, pond, numerous springs, a creek and more. Hike, ride, bike, fish, grow grapes, farm vegetables and graze cattle. An ideal family retreat close to the Bay Area with a remarkable ridge-top view from the Sierra to the Coastal Mountains! $3,300,000.

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Clover Valley Ranch is a historic 3,047-acre ranch just over an hour north of the TahoeTruckee

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opportunities. There are multiple homesites and a $2 million fund to improve wildlife habitats on the ranch. $3,950,000.

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Spanish Peaks Bella Vista Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta

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Spanish Peaks Bella Vista is just that, a beautiful view of the Spanish Peaks with the peaceful sympathy of Middle Creek running in the background. Lose yourself in the serenity of this property while having the convenience of a quick three-mile drive to the quaint mountain town of La Veta. This property provides 360-degree views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains with opportunities for hiking, camping, golfing on a Tom Weiskof-designed course, mountain biking, hunting, fishing, cross-country skiing or just enjoying the abundant wildlife. This preserved 50+-acre property offers a meticulously custom-designed stucco and stone home with finishes galore such as radiant in-floor heat, a gourmet commercial kitchen, fitness room and a custom stone fireplace just to name a few. An architect-designed 3,284-square-foot home includes a fourbedroom, four-bath, three-car attached garage and three-car detached garage/barn. $1,590,000.

Circle E Ranch Colorado v Park County v Guffey

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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 Breckenridge. The ranch is turn-key and furnished! $4,395,000. Jim Vidamour, 386 299-5163.

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B I Bar Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

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In Grand Lake, Colorado the Tonahutu Creek Ranch encompasses 52 The B I Bar Ranch consists of 444 acres of high country meadows, aspen acres adjacent to Rocky Mountain National Park. The two fisheries on the groves and sagebrush pastures. The ranch borders public lands on two ranch include 1,000 feet on of both sides of the North Inlet as well as an sides, giving the property unparalleled access to some of the best elk and additional 2,000 feet of both sides of Tonahutu Creek and contain brook mule deer hunting in the Colorado High Country. The ranch offers several trout, brown trout, rainbow trout, hofer-harrison trout and the Colorado exquisite building sites. $995,000. Contact Bill George at 970-485-1052. River cutthroat trout. This is an extremely rare opportunity to own land adjacent to a national park. $4,375,000. Bill George, 970 485-1052.

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Secluded 40-acre ranch with year-round access and surrounded by

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BLM and national forest land. The ranch provides a venue of rugged

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

rock outcroppings, sub-irrigated meadows, sagebrush and native

45 minutes from Vail and one hour from Steamboat Springs, Colorado. grass pastures, pond, and live water in Corral Creek and includes a The ranch has a creek, two fishing ponds, water rights, 140 acres of comfortable four-bedroom, two-bath home, caretaker’s residence and hay meadow, is adjacent to BLM land and has several outbuildings, several outbuildings. Great base camp adjacent to BLM and national including barns, chicken coop, shop, greenhouse, bunkhouse and a forest, all located only two hours from Denver and one hour from several small modest home. $2,500,000. Bill George, 970 485-1052.

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The Rayner Ranch is an amazing setting on the banks of Muddy Creek. It has a spacious three-bedroom home with over 4,000 square feet of living space on 116 acres. Surrounded by BLM on three sides, water rights, nearly one mile of Muddy Creek frontage, irrigated pastures and ponds. What an incredible property for fishing, hunting, horses and recreation. Price Reduction - $799,000. Bill George, 970 485-1052.

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world-class ski resorts. $849,000. Bill George, 970 485-1052.


35-Acre Mountain Horse Estate Colorado v Eagle County v Eagle

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Roughly two miles from Eagle, Colorado sits the perfect mountain horse estate property. The property includes an exceptional log home with approximately 3,600 finish square feet, a large indoor arena with attached stable, large outdoor arena and irrigated pastures. Eagle is only 25 to 30 minutes from skiing at Beaver Creek or Vail and 10 minutes from Eagle Airport. Enjoy the views, horses, numerous private and public golf courses and all that the mountains near Vail and Beaver Creek have to offer. $2,250,000.

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Casa Barranca Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose

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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 HallandHall.com. 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.

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

adjacent

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the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National This

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ranch

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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 www.HallandHall.com • info@HallandHall.com

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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Rancho Rio Cucharas Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta

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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

Soldier’s Ridge Retreat Colorado v Las Animas County v Trinidad

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hillsides. A full set of working ranch facilities highlights this successful This magnificent custom home sits on 35 acres on the flanks of Fisher’s Peak just east of Trinidad in southern Colorado. Enjoy the privacy of an operation. $2,650,000. Broker: Paul Machmuller. Property ID: 44416 exclusive gated community and the comfort and a quality home. Great

Spring Creek Ranch

proximity to town and recreation. $680,000. Broker: Paul Machmuller. Property ID: 48673

Colorado v Jefferson County v Buffalo Creek

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Scenic equestrian ranch located within a 455+-acre equestrian community just one hour southwest of Denver. Features a luxury 3,622-squarefoot home, two-stall horse barn, large shop and caretaker’s apartment. Located within the Pike National Forest. Broker: Jack Kavanaugh.

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Property ID: 48669

This versatile hay farm produces quality alfalfa for export; maintains a year-round cow/calf operation and a feedlot. The operation comprises 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

Shoshone River Overlook Wyoming v Park County v Cody

Bar DK Ranch Wyoming v Fremont County v Lander

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This outstanding property consists of 200 gently sloping acres with irrigation for 100 acres. Situated near the base of Table Mountain on only a few minutes from Lander, there is a comfortable homestead and several fine build sites. $990,000. Broker: Susan Pokorny. Property ID: 44055 ®

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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


Williams Fork River Ranch: 142 Acres

Beaver Creek Retreat: 86 Acres Colorado v Park County v Fairplay

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These 86 acres offers national forest access, creek, two homes, a .5 mile fishing stream, many ponds and a well for livestock (second possible). Huge windows from both homes have peak views. It lies 40 minutes to Breckenridge, with county road access., guest apartment and no HOA. Can be split in two. Private sanctuary for humans and wildlife. $899,999.

AB Ranch: 234 Acres Colorado v Park County v Fairplay

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Colorado v Grand County v Silverthorne

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 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. $969,999.

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Tremendous views of more than a dozen 14,000-foot mountain summits! Frontage on US Hwy 285, 35 minutes south of resorts at Breckenridge. No HOA, easements or utilities. The property is .5 mile to national forest . Terrific price for a retreat in a place of peace and quiet. 90 minutes southwest of Denver. Up to nine domestic wells can be drilled, electric is on site and easily connected. Zoned Ag allows for traditional ranching/cultivation. $299,999.

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

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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 ridgetops. Easy access on State Hwy 9, just 75 minutes from Breckenridge or Colorado Springs. No covenants or restrictions and no conservation easement. Up to seven domestic water wells can be drilled. $329,999.

Blue Sky Ranch: 891 Acres

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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! $749,999. Property ID: 72894

Winter Hawk Ranch: 405 Acres Colorado v Park County v Guffey

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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

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Idaho’s Best - Cattle - Hunting - Fishing Idaho v Twin Falls County v Three Creek

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This Idaho cattle ranch, currently run as a cow/ calf operation, features big game hunting and

blue-ribbon trout fishing with unlimited recreation right on the ranch! This is a unique opportunity for recreation and cash flow. The cowboy-friendly facilities include a beautiful ranch home (with high-speed Internet access), guest home, manager’s home, outstanding equestrian facility, equipment shop, an extensive set of metal corrals and hydraulic cattle working equipment. This operation includes 9,866± deeded acres, plus BLM and state leases in a region that has some of the finest cattle country in the state. (The present management is available to run the ranch if desired.) This ranch can be certified organic. The ranch is within an hour’s drive to Jackpot, Nevada (casinos, live entertainment, hotels) and an hour’s drive to Twin Falls, Idaho, the regional hub, boasting numerous retail outlets, state-of-the-art new medical facilities, a mid-sized airport and is approximately 145 miles to world-famous Sun Valley. This ranch offers every desirable feature of a trophy property, including authentic Old West cattle ranching, accessibility and privacy, irrigated meadows, senior water rights, cash-flow, limitless adventure and recreation. $10,500,000. Property ID: 72411

Farm/Recreational Property Idaho v Blaine County v Carey

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These nice 652± deeded acres, hay and grain farm/recreational property is irrigated with pivots and

Pride of Ownership! Idaho v Gooding County v Bliss

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These 530.66± acres feature 268± acres irrigated un-

wheel lines and features a 4,600+-square-foot home, 4,685-square-foot shop/garage and a second home. Approximately 40 miles to Sun Valley and great for wildlife. $3,375,000. Property ID: 46109

der six pivots, wheel lines and solid set. The owner

Private, Serene Location

runs 60 head of cattle, but could be increased to

Idaho v Blaine County v Carey

100 head cow/calf. Improvements include a cus-

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The property has 1,440± deeded acres and BLM and state grazing rights. Approximately 170 acres are irrigated. Muldoon Creek flows through the property for a mile with good fishing.

tom-built main home with 2,529 square feet, guest

There are comfortable ranch improvements.

home, shop, open-faced shed and storage shed.

This ranch shows pride of ownership and has

Enjoy water sports on the river with your own pri-

beautiful views all year. Wildlife can be seen

vate dock. A portion of the property is designated

on the ranch. Approximately 60± miles to

as a hunting preserve. Approximately 84 miles to

Sun Valley. $2,850,000. Property ID: 48543

Sun Valley. $3,950,000. Property ID: 48544

Bob Jones, Broker Mark E. Jones

Scenic Ranch with River Frontage Idaho v Custer County v Stanley

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1766 Addison Ave. E • Twin Falls, ID 83301 A river runs through it! Nice scenic 464.77± acre ranch with views of the Sawtooth Mountains with 1.25

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Gateway Ranch

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Colorado v Hinsdale County v Lake City

A rare opportunity in an incredible setting on the Lake Fork of the Gunnison River. This 43acre ranch is surrounded by 5,000 acres of BLM land and offers extensive senior water rights, ponds and exceptional river frontage. The main house was completed in 2013 and offers the highest level of finishes and fixtures with handcrafted reclaimed materials. The guesthouse overlooks the river in a very private setting. The property offers extensive irrigated landscaping, a barn and multiple fenced pastures for horses and some of the finest fishing in Colorado. Available for the first time in decades, The Gateway Ranch is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. $3,500,000.

Suzy D Ranch Colorado v San Miguel County v Telluride

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Private scenic ranch near Telluride, Colorado. Up to 381 acres available with surface water, easy year-round access, incredible views and no covenants or restrictions. McKenzie Creek meanders through this private valley of open meadows, aspens glades and old-growth ponderosa pine forest. The pristine setting is easily accessible and is only 25 miles from Telluride. Enjoy panoramic views of the Wilson and Sneffels ranges. 100 to 381 acre parcels. $950,000 to $3,350,000.

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Anthracite Creek Retreat Colorado v Gunnison County v Somerset

Wildlife Mountain Retreat Colorado v Delta County v Cedaredge

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This beautiful 1,577±-acre alpine mountain ranch offers year-round access, three year-round creeks, alpine forests with aspen and spruce, mountain meadows and oaks in the lower elevations,

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Enjoy the West Elk Wilderness, Raggeds electricity and borders the Grand Mesa National Forest. The ranch is in Hunt Units 411 and 52. Enjoy Wilderness and living in the heart of the awesome elk, deer, bear and turkey hunting, gorgeous mountain and valley views, snowmobiling Rocky Mountains. There is year-round access and your own trout fishing paradise with over three miles of trout-filled creeks. $6,950,000.

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and utilities. These 142± pristine mountain

That’s how you’ll come to view this incredible ranch!

acres border Gunnison National Forest. Enjoy

1,871± acres located south of Cedaredge. Currently

Anthracite and Coal Creeks, nine trout ponds,

a working cow/calf operation (394 AUM’s) as

three spawning areas and a gorgeous mix of

well as an excellent hunting property. You’ll enjoy

alpine spruce, mountain meadows and abundant

seeing the wildlife right out your back door! Ranch

wildlife with turkeys, deer, elk, bear and more! It

includes a forest service permit for 394 AUMs, 220±

includes a custom, remodeled, three-bedroom,

Paradise and Privacy

three-bath home plus a studio apartment above the garage. Call today and learn more! $5,950,000.

Colorado v Delta County v Cedaredge

irrigated acres and live water year round. Complete with ranch manager’s home, working pens, calving barn, and shop! Excellent development potential and end-of-the-road privacy! $3,300,000.

Avaritte Performance Horse Ranch Colorado v Delta County v Delta

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This 70± -acre performance horse ranch has

Glade Park Retreat

a 3,950-square-foot custom home; insulated barn with riding area, stalls, two restrooms,

Colorado v Mesa County v Glade Park

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caretaker‘s apartment, tack room, feed room,

These 90± mountain acres offer electric, phone, year-round access, superb wildlife habitat with pinions, cedars, oaks, large yearround pond and 23± acres in dry land alfalfa.

wash/vet rack area; adjacent outdoor arena; additional 60 x 24 barn; 31± irrigated acres planted in weed-free alfalfa and a 16±-acre irrigated pasture. Just seven miles from Delta or Cedaredge. $1,598,000.

Excellent elk, deer, bear and turkey hunting

Exceptionally Private and Secluded

in game Unit 40 - renowned for its trophy elk! Elevation is 7,800 feet and only 30 minutes to downtown Grand Junction. $750,000.

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These 275± mountain acres with high mountain meadows, gorgeous stands of ponderosa pines and aspens. Varying topography with

Brian Mason 263 Main Street • Delta, CO 81416

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elevations from 9,000 to 9,400 feet, superb wildlife habitat with elk, deer, bear and turkey hunting in Game Unit 40 – renowned for trophy elk. Two adjudicated springs with ponds, along with several mud tanks and wallows. Only 30 miles to Grand Junction. $1,250,000.


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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

Crops, Timber and Hunting Oregon v Klamath County v Klamath Falls

remodeled. A private paradise just minutes from Klamath Falls, Oregon. $7,650,000. MLS# 84049

Free Well Water Oregon v Klamath County v Dairy

Scenic, Private, Unique Oregon v Klamath County v Chiloquin

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Home to countless birds, deer and other wildlife—this only begins to describe this special 431acre ranch located alongside over a mile of the Sprague River and only eight miles to Chiloquin. Currently in wild rice ponds, providing ideal bird habitat, pasture, pine and aspens trees, open meadows and riverfront are just a few of the amenities. The ranch has certified water rights from the river and private well for about 190 acres. There is a three-bedroom, two-bath log home, numerous outbuildings for equipment storage plus a log horse barn. In the past, this was a working cow ranch and could be put back to that use. Adjacent 180± acres also available. MLS# 84375. $1,500,000.

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Enjoy free well water from two irrigation wells on this 900+-acre ranch; approximately 450 irrigated acres of potatoes, alfalfa, grain and pasture. A beautiful private valley with timbered ridge offers excellent wildlife habitat, privacy yet 15 minutes from Klamath Falls! There are two manufactured homes, four hay barns, four grain bins, shop, corrals and feedlot which could be expanded. Retirement from long time family operation creates unique opportunity for any serious farmer! MLS# 85576. $3,000,000.

Old Fort Road Ranch Oregon v Klamath County v Klamath Falls

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These 395+ acres of irrigated pasture and timberland lie in a unique valley about 10 miles from Klamath Falls. They offer a three-bedroom, two-bath manufactured home, livestock barn, shop/ garage, outbuildings and corrals. Recent timber cruise of 382 MBF of pine, fir and cedar. The

Linda Long 541 891-5562 cell

owner has run up to 150 pair with 110 acre rights from irrigation well and approx. 116 acres of 3550 Hwy 97 North • Chiloquin, OR 97625 sub-irrigated meadows. Includes irrigation equipment. Beautiful rural setting for cattle, horses Linda@craterlakerealtyinc.com and kids! MLS# 85207. A great value at $1.1 million.

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Cottonwood Creek Ranch Oregon v Harney County v Drewsey

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Rated at 500 animal units year long, this well maintained beef cattle operation is comprised of approximately 4,100 deeded acres, a private BLM grazing allotment of about 20,000 acres providing 1,935 AUMs. There is also a private lease of 1,840 acres. The deeded land consists of 450 acres of irrigated hay and pasture land. The ranch is presently a commercial cow/calf operation. However, it has all the components and improvements for a registered cattle ranch. At the heart of this productive high mountain desert ranch is a spring producing a constant

flow of 2,500± gallons of water per minute, filling a 20-acre lake. One half of the constant flow of this spring, combined with water rights from two artesian wells and from Cottonwood Creek Reservoir provides excellent water rights to irrigate the 450± acres of hay and pasture land. The attractive owner’s home, two additional homes, outbuildings, top-notch cattle working facilities, shipping corrals with 60,000 pound scales, all show pride of ownership and management. The Cottonwood Creek Ranch represents one of the finest ranch offerings in the Northwest. $5,285,000.

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Consisting of approximately 1,206 deeded acres, this beautifully situated farm is currently producing alfalfa hay, orchard grass hay and beardless barley/peas. It also runs 80 steers for grazing. There are approximately 606 acres under sprinkle irrigation with excellent water rights from Wallowa Lake. Improvements are modest. Complete management is in place. $2,700,000.

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This beautiful tract of timber and grazing land consists of 1,600 deeded acres and approximately 1,175 acres of adjacent USFS land. The deeded land is comprised of approximately 190 acres of sub-irrigated and irrigated pastureland with approximately 93 acres of water rights, approximately 800 acres of timberland and 600 acres of grazing land. Located 14 miles west of Lakeview, Oregon. $1,650,000.

AgriLands Real Estate Farms, Ranches, Timber & Recreation Properties

73723 Telocaset Lane • Baker City, OR 97814

Jack Horton, Principle Broker 208 830-9210 cell Rae H. Anderson, Broker 208 761-9553 cell www.agrilandsrealestate.com

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Lakeview - Cottonwood Creek Property Oregon v Lake County v Lakeview


Ever After

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

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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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Tombstone Angus Ranch Wyoming v Park County v Cody

Allen Brothers Montana Powder River County v Miles City

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Tombstone Angus Ranch consists of 415± deeded acres adjoining

The most productive farm and ranch combination currently on the market State of Wyoming lease land and BLM acreage. Includes an executive in southeastern Montana with 6,758± deeded acres including more than 3,400-square-foot home built in 2007 and additional 10,000 square feet 2,400 acres of tilled alfalfa and wheat fields. The homestead is surrounded of additional improvements include a large hay barn and an impressive by pine breaks and adjacent to highway 59 just south of Miles City. Good heated indoor livestock facility with a ranch office and indoor paddocks. stock water, excellent residual grazing, native range and improvements Extensive outdoor corrals and pens in the protected riparian Bull Creek make it an ideal cow/calf operation and a great value at $6,000,000.

River bottom running through the middle of the property. Two pivots: one irrigating 73± acres and the other irrigates 38 acres. The hay raised under these efficient pivots has been sold and shipped to Kentucky for racehorses at $300 per ton. This is the only opportunity of its kind up the South Fork of the Shoshone River. $3,360,000.

Kodiak Vacation Home Alaska v Kodiak Co. v Kodiak Island

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Beaver Rim Ranch

Live out your Alaskan Dream on Kodiak Island in a custom oceanfront

Wyoming v Sheridan County v Big Horn

property featured on HGTV. The

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4,000-square-foot home has a seaside

Bordering thousands of acres of BLM land and in the shadows of Big Horn Mountains, this is an incredible opportunity to own small riparian

hot tub, gourmet kitchen, rental unit

creek bottom. Beaver Creek traverses the entire length of the 510±

and shop. Served by city utilities with

deeded acres home to deer, elk, antelope, turkeys, pheasant, chukar and

12,000 people in the third largest US

trout. Excellent county road access and good proximity to Cody, Billings

fishing port and nation’s largest Coast

and Sheridan. The time is now at $975,000.

Guard base. Coastal stairs beside a waterfall lead to a private sandy beach for kayaking, fishing and even surfing.

China Wall Ranch

Proven vacation rental income to help the purchase at $695,000.

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Canyon Creek Ranch

With over 6,500 deeded acres, 550 state leased acres and 1,000 BLM leased acres--including both North Sybille Creek and School Creek running through the property--this is a landowner’s dream. Has been

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Wyoming v Park County v Cody

used as summer pasture for 275 to 300 pairs or up to 500 yearlings. Lies Canyon Creek Ranch is located just a short drive southwest of Cody, inside the boundary of the coveted area 7 elk hunt unit with abundant

Wyoming above the South Fork of the Shoshone River. The ranch

wildlife. Includes a three-bedroom house and other improvements along consists of 285± deeded acres. Two late model pivots irrigate 185± Highway 34 between Wheatland and Laramie. $4,600,000.

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Licensed Broker in 10 Western States Buffalo, WY 82834

condition and consist of a three-bedroom, two-bath log home, large

307 684-5201

Wyoming lease land and BLM lease acreage. This is a must see to fully

www.pfisterlandco.com

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Historic Ranch Atop Mogollon Rim in Northeastern Arizona

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Arizona v Navajo County v Heber

This 122-acre high country hideaway is bounded on three sides by the Apache Sitgreaves National Forest. It is heavily wooded with ponderosa pine, but includes large meadows where wildlife come to graze. Tucked in a remote canyon for privacy, it is near the Heber-Overgaard communities and less than an hour’s drive from the towns of Payson and Show Low. In the 1890s, this was headquarters for a large sheep; then a cattle ranch. All of the historic buildings have been restored including the 4,000-square-foot log ranch house, which has three bedrooms and three baths. In the great room, an alligator bark juniper tree supports the loft and rises to the top of the 25-foot vaulted ceiling. The property also includes a large barn, two guesthouses and caretaker’s quarters plus several other outbuildings. Completely off the grid, power is supplied by a state-ofthe-art solar voltaic system. $4,500,000. See virtual tour at www.HeberOvergaardProperties.com.

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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

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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

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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

Scott Miller, Broker/Owner

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! scottmiller@zianet.com • www.altorealestate.com Call listing agent for additional information.

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Hensley Butte Ranch

1,842 deeded acres in the rolling hills north of Gillette about 20 miles. The ranch has good access, with the main entrance being only half a mile from a paved highway. The property is contiguous and cross-fenced into five pastures. Livestock water is provided by a water well with a pipeline

1,842 Acres

that feeds several tanks throughout the property plus two windmills, five reservoirs and Jamison

Wyoming v Campbell County v Gillette

Creek, which is seasonal. Currently the owners lease out the ranch for summer grazing. At an elevation from 4,100 to 4,600 feet, the property consists of rolling grasslands, interesting buttes and some deep draws. The topography and vegetation on the ranch and in the surrounding area provide habitat for mule deer and antelope. Price reduced to $1,287,000.

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Scenic western Black Hills property at the end of the road on 117 acres. A gorgeous custom built log home located in a hilltop venue with stunning views. The home was designed with open living spaces, many windows to enjoy the view and quality throughout. A three level design with three bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Private master retreat has a French door to the balcony, pellet

Lost Cabin Retreat

117 Acres

Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance

stove, and bath with jetted tub. Massive fireplace in the great room, open kitchen and dining area, loft office space, family room. Wood & tile floors, log stair cases, open beam ceiling, log railings, character logs, tile counter tops, extensive decking for outdoor dining. Also has guest apartment with RV garage. Come experience the elegance of a finely crafted log home in private Black Hills setting. $895,000. Additional 352 acres available.

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Western Black Hills ranch with 446 acres in the hills north of Aladdin along Oak Creek. A picturesque setting with long-range views of the surrounding Black Hills and Bear Lodge Mountains. Varied topography with open meadows, creek bottoms, high plateaus, wooded hills with bur oak, pine and cedar trees. The east boundary is adjacent to a section of State land. Good water resources including Oak Creek, two reservoirs, an artesian well piped into two stock tanks, a shared well with 6,000 gallon storage, and a new well that needs a solar panel hookup. Scenic Black Hills setting at a lower elevation with good access and numerous water resources. $860,500. Parcels are available.

Oak Creek Ranch 446 Acres

Wyoming v Crook County v Aladdin

Grand Canyon Hideout 144 Acres

Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance

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A remote recreational haven almost surrounded by Black Hills National Forest. 144 acres tucked away in a quiet spot away from civilization in Grand Canyon, which is known as “elk country�. This scenic landscape is in a pristine valley surrounded by a pine and aspen forest. There are several alcoves tucked back in the timber that would make the perfect cabin site with views

looking across the valley. On a groomed snowmobile trail with cross-country ski trails, fishing areas and campgrounds nearby. This remarkable Wyoming Black Hills setting combines seclusion, awesome views, and incredible scenery with direct access to National Forest. $580,000.

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Private Black Hills setting with 263 acres between Sundance and Devils Tower with

Piney Meadows Ranch

awesome views and a great set of buildings.

263 Acres

Custom brick home built with comfort and

Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance

low-maintenance living in mind. A three level home with an open design offering three bedrooms and four baths. Dream kitchen with cherry cabinets, center island, walk-in pantry. Sunny breakfast area, spacious living room with a cozy wood stove, formal dining room, four season sun room, TV room, huge rec room. Many extras including hardwood floors, jetted tub, tile showers, French doors, recessed lighting, lots of storage, backup generator. Insulated workshop attached to a 48 x 96 equipment shop, also has an open front shed. Exceptional quality throughout the property in a pristine setting with end of the road privacy, and picturesque scenery. $2,385,000.

Jim Pederson 505 W. Main Street Newcastle, WY 82701

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

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FALL RIVER VALLEY - 94.5-Acre ranch. This property includes 22 prime, alfalfa-producing acres, plus the adjoining 35 acres are leased from neighbor. One could put another 50 or

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

so acres of the ranch into production. The ag well is 400 feet deep; the domestic well is 170 feet deep and serves the 2,230-square-foot main house and the 1,570-square-foot second home. The ranch is fenced and cross-fenced using posts and panels. Yes, panels! They can be moved easily to

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reconfigure a field or to remove panels for planting. There are four barns: 108x40 with a concrete

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floor, 36x40, 42x90 and 30x40; pole barn, a metal barn, plus two custom barns costing over

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$140,000. They boast 10 stalls, a washing station, storage, office and much more. There are two shops, one 75x28 and the other 30x40. The owner is getting 3 to 4 cuttings with most of the hay going to the Napa area. There are 4 acres of sandy loam that might be planted to grapes – the

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owner has tested a specific variety. The main home has a large gathering area, master suite, great

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kitchen, sauna, wonderful decks to relax when the work is done. Enjoy breathtaking views from

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California v Siskiyou County v Dorris

Opportunity knocks and seller financing is available. Six ranches totaling 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 pivot irrigation systems with wells, barns and outbuildings. Seller is motivated and will carry first deed to qualified buyer. Fields have been sprayed and fertilized for 2015 harvest. A custom farming agreement is in place. Check out www.YatesRanch.com for more information. www.JerryVaughn.com Property ID: 72824

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California v Tuolumne County v Coulterville

Gorgeous, private custom log cabin with Yosemite National Park views! These 12+ acres are surrounded by trees on a private road. Wake up and watch Half

Dome glow in sunrise radiance from your easy chair. Two-hour drive or 20-minThis lakefront property on Eastman Lake has a magnificent home with quality ute private flight from the Bay Area. Can be home base for water sports on construction, huge great room with high windows, wraparound deck, gour- Lake Don Pedro (25 minutes), snowskiing at Badger Pass Resort (90 mins), or

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met kitchen with Dacor cooktop island, native river rock fireplace, private boat explore Yosemite National Park (60 mins). Bring the quads/dirt bikes/guns/ ramp and dock and an oversized garage. The home and grounds are designed friends/family, this is your private vacation paradise. Just Reduced. for handicap access. The Lava Springs-fed lake hosts large native rainbow trout that can be caught from the back deck. Property ID: 45888

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California v Contra Costa County v Brentwood

Beautiful, state-of-the-art gated equestrian facility on 6+ acres centrally located

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California v Shasta County v Fall River Mills

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

in Brentwood. The facility is perfect to host indoor or outdoor riding events and training clinics. This single-level, custom home has five bedrooms, three full baths, gourmet kitchen, sunken tub, master bedroom suite. The full-service horse boarding facility with irrigated grass turnouts, lighted indoor arena with Attwood Footing, MD breezeway barns, 60-foot round pen, outdoor sand arena and a 60x40shop. www.diamond-k-ranch.com. Just Reduced.

Jerry R. Vaughn Alain Pinel Realtors

the Fall River. Graveled fishing pathway to the banks of the Fall River.

601 Sycamore Valley Rd. West • Danville, CA 94526

This versatile property has lots of possibilities, and affords a wonderful

925 791-2545 office • 925 200-3030 cell

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

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The Turkey Track Ranch 2,575 Acres

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This cattle ranch lies at Highway 16 and 20, 18 miles west of I-5 and the City of Williams. Good grazing ranch with excellent deer, pig, and elk hunting. There is a hunting lodge and ponds. The Turkey Track Ranch also include three miles of Highway 16 frontage. $3,090,600.

Pete’s and Beck Ranch 314 Acres

Specializing in Farm & Ranch Properties in Northern California

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Scott Stone, Broker 530 662-4094 office 530 681-1410 mobile

East of Travis Air Base, this dry land grazing ranch has mitigation potential, barn and corrals. $1,500,000.

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Boulder Creek Ranch Curtis Ferney 208 709-0001 curtis@4uranchrealty.com www.4URanchRealty.com

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This is one of Idaho’s premium ranches. The property offers excellent access year round, 18 improved ponds for habitat water source and 3,800± acres, not including BLM and State-leased land. Land owner tags are available.


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Massive pine logs from Montana and the Yellowstone fire of 1988 are the foundation for this magnificent estate. Hand-hewn 100-year old Kentucky hardwood plank floors, impressive dual handmade copper chandeliers and massive native stone fireplaces make this grandeur of western style architecture a timeless masterpiece. The spacious but warm home is ideally situated on 57 glorious acres in the heart of Douglas County, Colorado. Surrounded by endless blue skies and vast mountain views by day and starry skies and crisp clean air by night, the property is a sanctuary for elk, deer, birds of prey and numerous other wildlife. Only minutes from Denver, Colorado Springs and Castle Rock urban centers yet a world away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Situated behind a secure gated entrance, the home has over 10,000 finished square feet, garages for 6 cars,

Tom Rieber

a fully equipped 7 stall barn and several other attractive agricultural outbuildings perfect for a

3688 Bear’s Den Dr. • Sedalia, CO 80135

variety of ranching activities. The craftsmanship and beauty of this estate make it a “True Colorado

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Treasure”. An additional 93 acres may be available. Please call me to discuss the details. $3,150,000.

tomrieber@msn.com

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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 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! $1,390,000.

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Brian Hazen, CRS 970 379-1270 cell brian@brianhazen.com www.masonmorse.com

This 45+-acre slice of heaven up the Frying Pan Valley has an attractive log home and log cabin, plus outbuildings for a onetime outfitting business. Less than ½ mile from Ruedi Reservoir with lush meadColorado v Pitkin County v Meredith ows, aspen groves and stunning views. River access and borders US Forest Service. Fishing, hunting, hiking, biking and cross-country skiing are all just outside your door. MLS# 135004. $1,075,000.

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Enjoy fly-fishing, tranquility, privacy and natural beauty at this cabin with 750 feet of river frontage on the South Fork of the Snake River in Swan Valley, Idaho. Situated on nearly 7 acres, this charming cabin

Andrea Loban 74 North Main Street Driggs, ID 83422

Cabin on the South Fork of the Snake River

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Idaho Idahovv Bonneville County v Swan Valley

andrea@grandtargheerealty.com

sleeps 8 people comfortably with two bedrooms, two baths, a large loft and three-car garage. $795,000.

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530 265-5774 or 530 913-8095

Coastal Organic Farm and Retreat Point Arena, Mendocino County, California Oz Farm and Retreat is comprised of 341± acres hidden in a private valley along the Garcia River, less than three miles from the scenic and majestic Mendocino Coast, and 130 miles north of San Francisco. Flanked by towering Redwood Forests, the lush valley floor is home to organic certified farming fields as well as an orchard of 55 different varieties of antique and heirloom apples. Rustic accommodations include a community house and nine guest cabins. Completely off-the-grid, Oz Farm and Retreat is place to come enjoy farm to table living in a tranquil setting in nature at its finest. Asking $3.3 million.

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Mitchell Creek Ranch www.mitchellcreekranch.com

541 865-7777 Oregon * Jackson County * Eagle Point Two-Family Setup: horse and cattle ranch, trophy elk & lots of water! 2 parcels: 20ac- $510K, 40ac- $715K

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855-535-0881   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. 2,300 sq. ft. manager’s home, large equipment/hay storage building, barn, corrals, outbuildings and new 1,000 sq. ft. log cabin. $2,400,000 – Contact Christy Belton or Ron Morris 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. $2,500,000 – Contact Ron Morris Indian Shadow Ranch – Durango, CO An exquisite 1,769-acre wildlife and recreation ranch with one and two-thirds miles of the La Plata River running through it. Includes newly remodeled home, manager’s home near river, horse barn, several ponds, high quality pasture and more. $22,000,000 – Carl Luppens or Ron Morris Kiefer Farm – Fort Collins, CO 8.75 acres nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains surrounded by fertile green fields and spectacular views. $579,000 – Contact Jason Legler Maytag Mountain Ranch – Westcliffe, CO 100-acre parcels with upscale shared-amenity Maytag Mountain Ranch with access to luxury lodge and cabins. Priced from $450,000 – Contact Billy Long or Ron Morris


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. Priced from $900,000 – Contact Christy Belton Peaceful Valley Ranch – Hartville, WY The scenic, 447-acre Peaceful Valley Ranch situated along the Rawhide Range is a rare opportunity for a private, small ranch in big country. $424,650 – Contact Ron Morris Walton Ranch – Jackson, WY Sited along the Snake River and adjacent to the Grand Teton Mountain Range, this iconic 1,848-acre working ranch is less than 5 miles from downtown Jackson Hole, and offers fishing, wildlife, and spectacular views. $48,700,000 – Contact Ron Morris or Billy Long X Lazy V Ranch – Raton, NM 1,880-acre working cattle ranch one hour from CO border surrounded on three sides by legendary T O Ranch with adobe/timber home, cattle handling facilities, fenced perimeter capable of running 180 yearlings or 75 cow/calf pair. $940,000 – Contact Jason Legler or Ron Morris 2R Cow Camp – Steamboat Springs, CO Two Rivers Cow Camp, a 23 acre horse ranch borders thousands of acres of national forest with spring-fed trout pond, carriage house/residence, five-bay garage, guest cabin, equine facilities, security gate, lies only one mile from Steamboat Lake. $1,590,000 – Contact Ron Morris, Carl Luppens, or Christy Belton

Land and Wildlife LLC Exclusive Partner with LandLeader www.LandAndWildlife.com

866-559-3478 Central Oregon – Deschutes Riverfront Acreage! 21± ac. in the heart of unlimited recreational activities; hunt, fish, bike, ski, hike or raft. REDUCED! $400,000 Deane’s Oceanfront Lodge – Unique Motor Lodge that has been renovated retaining the nostalgic 50s. Pacific Ocean views! PLUS 2 Cottages & additional property to build a Dream Home! A must see for anyone looking for ROI. Ford Ranch - $496/Acre! Best priced ranch in our Inventory! The Ford Ranch can be purchased all together or packages available. This place has all the attributes the discriminating rancher would require and expect. 3 reservoirs, multiple springs, 1,400,000± board ft timber, not to mention Hunting opportunities! More info: LandAndWildlife.com Timber & Recreational Land in Southern Oregon – 120± acres to create the lifestyle you deserve. Priced to sell at $144,000. Jason Jantzer, 541-973-7180. Applegate River Ranchette – 2-Family Setup! In the heart of wine country outside Jacksonville, Oregon. 5± acres, gorgeous views and great fishing! Alan DeVries, 541-840-6556. Twin Pines Ranch–This property has it ALL! Running cattle, roping horse arena and multiple dwellings, barn & outbuildings. Major hunting opportunities, LOPs. Southern Oregon at its best! Terry Hanscom, 541-944-4738. Elkhorn Mountain Ranch – Located in Eastern Oregon with TOO many amenities to list! Gorgeous Custom Home with top-notch amenities! $2,500,000 www. landandwildlife.com Calling All Pilots! 80± acres of Heaven in Southern Oregon, private runway and hangar, custom home, lagoon pool, guest house, shop, and fenced! JUST REDUCED! $925,000 Kozy Kove Marina & Resort – Live the Dream! Beautiful riverfront property can be operated as a fishing resort or used for a personal/corporate retreat. One of the best Salmon & Steelhead Rivers in the Pacific Northwest! Multiple income streams available. $800,000 Land and Wildlife LLC is an Exclusive Partner with LandLeader specializing in Farm, Ranch, Recreational & Timber Properties throughout Oregon & Washington. For a full inventory of listings, go to www.LandAndWildlife.com.

Keller Williams Check Realty Dale McCall • 928-777-9800 36-Acre Horse Ranch - Prescott, AZ Log Home, Barn, Lake, 800 feet from National Forest. $825,000. Call 928-777-9800.

Robert Jones Realty, Inc. Twin Falls, Idaho Robert Jones, Broker Mark E. Jones, Assoc. Broker

208-733-0404 281± Acres – Plus BLM & state grazing, comfortable improvements, 2 pivots, will run approx. 200 head. 265± Acres – Currently a water fowl gun club, good bird hunting, ponds, Snake River frontage, wildlife. 40± Acres – Good farm with good irrigation rights. 39± Acres – Can be split into several lots, pivot, wheel lines, Hagerman Valley. Double 40 dairy – 5,600 animal units, 525± acres. Winery – 9.5± acres, nice improv. including restaurant. We specialize in tax deferred exchanges! For other ranches, farms or dairies, visit www.rjrealty.com.

Capture Colorado Mountain Properties LLC Jacky Christian jacky@capturecolorado.com

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 w/elk, deer, mountain lion & bear $547,000. LaVeta Pass Creekside: Mineral rights, Strong Well, Beautiful 3BR/2BA home with Granite Countertops, 2 Car Garage, Barn, Wildlife just under secluded 40 acres $469,000. 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 jim@capturecolorado.com 386-299-5163 or 719-742-6000 Ghost River Mesa: Custom log home on 35 acres. Home includes 4BR, two full, one 3/4 and one 1/2 baths, gourmet kitchen, antler chandelier, wood stove, A/C, oversized garage/barn and greenhouse w/views of every mtn in the Spanish Peaks area. $449,500. Morgan Ranch: Large Custom Home on Middle Creek near La Veta, CO with 35 acres, producing hay meadow, mineral rights, water rights $689,000 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

METRO BROKERS, INC.

Joe Demko, Broker/Owner • 972 467-3008 Ranch Website: TEJASLonghorn.com 158+ Acres: Custom 3,588 sq/ft home, pool, 1,500 sq/ft barn w/apt, fenced, woods/creeks/pond, private gated rd, 25 min. to Dallas area. AG exempt— unrestricted. 2nd 1920s home. Below market, below solds-comps @ $949,400. Rare minerals of record for add’l $50K. MLS#12121902.

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. Two ponds. Totally remodeled 3,864 sq. ft., 4 BR, 3.5 bath home. $2,300,000 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 low-pressure 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± pivotirrigated 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,12stall 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 7JX BAR LANE-Crook County, WY: Spectacular 52.39± acres. Custom-built 2,818 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 3-1/4 bath with numerous upgrades. Fully-finished heated garage. Pole barn with lean-to. Located 3-1/2 miles southeast of Sundance. $875,000

Live Water Properties www.LiveWaterProperties.com

866-734-6100 Stillwater Ranch – Nye, Montana This is an exceptional 165-acre sporting ranch that offers incredible views of the Beartooth Range and has an agricultural component with productive hay and cropland, and timbered grazing land. The ranch fronts nearly a third of a mile of the Stillwater River and has several homesites. $895,000 Wapiti Lodge – Wapiti, Wyoming The 5-acre Wapiti Lodge is conveniently located between Cody, Wyoming, and the East Entrance to Yellowstone National Park. The ranch features nearly a quarter mile of river frontage with six guest suites, a guesthouse, cabin, bunkhouse, a lounge and a general store. $1,275,000

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