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From the National Account Manager

Welcome to the 57th issue of Farm & Ranch West!

At more than 530,000 acres, the W.T. Waggoner Ranch in North Central Texas is not a

state, but it could be. The Waggoner, co-listed by Bernie Uechtritz, advisor to Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s Farm and Ranch Division, is the largest contiguous ranch in the United States, having been kept under one fence by one family for nearly 100 years. Learn more about this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity on page 22 (this issue’s cover feature).

There are few more recognizable faces in sports than that of football legend Terry Bradshaw

and we are pleased to feature his Red River Ranch in this issue. Mr. Bradshaw candidly shares his thoughts on the ranch, as well as some beautiful photography, beginning on page 70. Mr. Bradshaw also appears on the cover of the recent Texas Farm & Ranch Volume 74.

Whether you currently own property or plan on buying property in the future, the

Rancher’s Corner on the relationship between surface and mineral owners is a must-read (page 20). Oil industry veteran Robin Forte´ addresses the dominance of the mineral estate and how it may impact you if you don’t own all of the minerals under your property.

Christy Payne, National Account Manager for Farm & Ranch Publishing, cut her teeth in GOP politics before spending six years managing the largest oil and gas exploration and production events in the world. A native Texan, she graduated from the University of Texas and resides in Dallas. Christy is the mother of two and an avid sports fan, and also enjoys traveling. Contact her at

Thanks to those who participated in the Little Boots Contest through Facebook. The

winners (a most adorable group) are displayed in the premiere of the Little Boots feature on page 18. Make sure you like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to see properties right in your news feed and participate in our next contest.

The team at Farm & Ranch Publishing is particularly mindful during this holiday season of our many blessings, certianly including our

readers and advertisers. We wish you and your family a Merry Christmas, a Happy New Year and good ranch hunting and selling in 2015.

SOLD The Ponderosa Mesa Ranch, the jewel of La Veta, Colorado, sold recently for $2.65 million. The 5,500-square-foot luxury log lodge and 360-degree views of the Spanish Peaks and other ranges made this a one-of-akind, top-of-the-mesa retreat. Congratulations to the lucky buyers and to Jacky Christian of

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Did You Know?… Actor Tom Cruise has listed his massive Colorado hideaway for $59 million. Minutes from Telluride, the home was featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show in 2008 when Cruise and his then-wife Katie Holmes took Oprah on a tour of the estate. A 10,000-square-foot main residence and a 1,600-square-foot guest home (with a total of 7 bedrooms and 9 baths between them) rest on 298 acres traversed by a private trail system and surrounded by national forest.



On the Cover ... Bernard Uechtritz Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

214 353-6600 office 214 876-1321 cell Sam Middleton Chas. S. Middleton & Son

806 763-5331 office 817 304-0504 cell

The W.T. Waggoner Ranch 510,527± Contiguous Acres


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FEATURE RANCH 70 v Selling My Prize Ranch By Terry Bradshaw

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FARM & RANCH FEATURE 06 v Go West, Young Man The Pethel Group and Natural Element Homes

18 v Farm & Ranch Little Boots Winners of Our Facebook Contest

20 v Rancher’s Corner The Dominant Mineral Estate: What Every Rancher Should Know By Robin Forte´, Owner of Forte´ Productions LLC


14 v Broker Index 16 v Property Index & Map

CLASSIFIEDS 84 v Additional Properties in the Marketplace

Farisita Ranch page 43 Volume 57 Farm&Ranch West


broker index AgriLands Real Estate...............52

AgriLands Farms, Ranches, Timber & Recreation Properties

Alain Pinel Realtors............................................63 Arnold Realty Inc.......................65

Fay Ranches Inc.........................40

Fuller Real Estate........................57

Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty............22, 70

Hall and Hall............................... 51

California Outdoor Properties...................30

Harrigan Land Company LLC....36

The Chickering Company........56

Hayden Outdoors......................28

Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC....................44

Headquarters West, Ltd. Sam Hubbell...............................55

Clark Company Ranch Real Estate......................60

Highland Commercial..............53

Trails West Realty, LTD.

Intermountain Realty Group...............................66

Alder Creek Ocean Ranch page 31

Forked Lightning Ranch page 49


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Land and Wildlife......................32 Land InvesTex, LLC..................79

Four Star Realty..........................64

Bachman & Associates Inc......42

Coldwell Banker Trails West Realty, LTD............69

Kevin Sullivan Realty, Inc.................................64

The duPerier Texas Land Man, LLC............... 76

Leadbetter Webster Land Co.... 51 ®

Lone Eagle Land Brokerage, Inc..................67 Long Realty-Benson..................54 Mason & Morse Ranch Company William George..........................50

House Brand Ranch page 66

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Middleburg Real Estate............83

Robert Jones Realty...................62

Mirr Ranch Group.....................38

Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty Ren Martyn...........................................................33

Newman Realty.......................... 61 Osmond Real Estate..................69 Pfister Land Company..............68 Pinnacle Real Estate and Development......................58 Ranch Marketing Associates Christy Belton.............................47 Ranch Marketing Associates Ron Morris..................................46


Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty Pam Vanatta.........................................................34 Stuart Ranches............................59

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Publisher Michele O. Miller Managing Editor Jamie Destouet

Swan Land Company................49

Director of Marketing Susan Vick

Texas Land & Ranch Co..........80

National Account Manager Christy Payne

Van Cleve Associates.................48 Van Cleve Associates Vester Ranch Sales.....................82

Production Manager Karen Little Photo Editor Pedro Almaraz Director of Social Media & Communications Courtney Loving

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property index Acres± County



1............... Kodiak................68


Acres± County

Page Acres± County

Page Acres± County

16,000..... Tehama..............48

3,400....... Delta...................33

17,050..... Mendocino........64

3,400....... Gunnison..........33


3,400....... Montrose...........33

33............. Montrose...........51 35............. Eagle...................51 40............. Grand.................50 52............. Grand.................50 52............. Huerfano...........42

4,227....... Pueblo................36 4,637....... Park....................29 5,034....... Routt...................38 8,686....... Jackson..............35 14,759..... Elbert..................39


Page Acres± County



30............. Utah....................69

4,860....... Coahuila............59

95............. Wasatch.............53

5,000....... Coahuila............59

1,280....... Kane...................53

9,450....... Coahuila............59

1,393....... Summit..............53

23,750.... Coahuila............59

1,878....... Grand.................37


2,050....... Wasatch.............66 12,248..... Morgan...............66

452.......... Scotts Bluff........61 1,225....... Cherry................28

46,700.... Las Animas.......39

15,200..... Carbon...............49

55,486.... Huerfano...........46

15,200..... Utah....................49

107........... Routt...................33



113........... Routt...................35

177........... Idaho.................. 41

99............. Crook.................65

116........... Grand.................50

464.......... Custer.................62

160........... Teton..................40

132.......... Jefferson.............57

531........... Gooding.............62

186.......... Crook.................65

153.......... Routt...................35

652.......... Blaine.................62

200.......... Fremont.............57


160........... Huerfano...........43

1,440....... Blaine.................62

206.......... Park....................39

71............. Kenedy...............79

160........... Routt...................33

10,500..... Twin Falls..........62

285.......... Goshen..............61

90............. Bandera..............81

165........... Park....................57


285.......... Park....................68

115........... Bandera..............81

74............. Routt...................33 80............. Huerfano...........43

171........... Gunnison..........67 176........... Grand.................46 210........... Routt...................34 271.......... Routt...................34 323.......... Routt...................47 390.......... Huerfano...........42 391........... Gunnison..........37 428.......... Routt...................35

69............. Cochise..............54

444.......... Grand.................50

148........... Gila.....................55

455.......... Park....................57


560.......... Eagle...................50

7............... Contra Costa....63

587.......... Routt...................47

13............. Tuolumne..........63

741........... Routt...................47

84............. San Luis Obispo.....60 86............. San Luis Obispo.....60

572.......... Teller...................28

40............. Ravalli................ 41 131........... Sweet Grass......40 187.......... Madison.............40 608.......... Gallatin.............. 41 1,076....... Cascade..............49 1,153....... Fergus................40 2,964....... Park....................49 3,000....... Lewis and Clark.....49 6,758....... Powder River....68 9,280....... Bighorn..............38 9,280....... Rosebud.............38

330.......... Crook.................65 415........... Park....................68 442.......... Crook.................65

North Dakota 2,467....... McKenzie...........45

Oklahoma 744........... Love....................70

123.......... Kendall..............79 150.......... Medina...............80 156.......... Bandera..............81 180.......... Llano..................78

446.......... Crook.................65

181........... Burnet................77

480.......... Carbon............... 41

211........... Kerr.....................81

480.......... Fremont.............28

306.......... Bandera..............80

510........... Sheridan............68

369.......... Bandera..............80

560.......... Platte..................39

438.......... Medina...............81

746........... Goshen..............61 1,273....... Platte..................45 2,777....... Carbon...............37

450.......... Kerr.....................78 630.......... Uvalde................80 828.......... Real.....................80 830.......... Atascosa.............79

3,813....... Niobrara............44

2,300....... San Miguel........49

4,267....... Converse............44

2,554....... Kinney................76

11............. Lincoln...............58

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

5,753....... Real.....................76

758.......... Montrose...........67

120.......... Santa Fe.............69

6,500....... Albany................68

5,753....... Uvalde................76

801........... Routt...................34

162........... Lincoln...............58

26,466.... Carbon...............61

6,700....... Kinney................77

266.......... Mendocino........ 31

817........... Weld...................29

1,041....... Lincoln...............58

39,335.... Carbon...............45

422.......... Calaveras...........30

890.......... Delta...................67

3,082....... Colfax.................36

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

567.......... Lassen................ 31

1,040....... Huerfano...........57

9,000....... Catron................46

1,060....... Plumas...............56

1,040....... Routt...................33

27,000..... Lincoln...............29

Outside the Region

3,047....... Plumas...............56

1,328....... Pitkin..................38

4,770....... Siskiyou.............63

1,400....... Douglas..............37



5,101........ Tehama..............30

1,480....... Rio Blanco.........36

62............. Klamath............. 41

1,081....... Sherman............28

6,139....... Tulare.................56

1,766....... Montrose...........51

7,000....... Humboldt.........64

2,047....... Larimer..............46

7,297....... Kern....................60

2,080....... Park....................38

1,206....... Wallowa.............52

8,184....... Glenn.................30

2,455....... Montrose...........67

1,600....... Lake....................52

12,385..... Colusa................ 31

3,000....... Routt...................47

4,100....... Harney...............52

14,945..... Kern....................60

3,397....... Routt...................47

37,352..... Umatilla.............32


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New Mexico

12,158..... Knox...................82 510,527... Archer.................22

Virginia 40............. Loudon..............83 50............. Fauquier............83 296.......... Fauquier............83 472.......... Clark...................83

98............. Jackson..............32 320.......... Crook.................40 1,109....... Jefferson.............32

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Rancher’s Corner

T he D ominant M ineral E state : W hat E very R ancher S hould K now By Robin Forte´, Owner of Forte´ Productions LLC

It was a long, long time

stone would be worthless and the stone could

jacks, trees and water. However, in spite of the

ago, shortly after the advent

not be quarried (unless Lord A agreed). Also,

common law, oil operators have long since

of private property, that a

Lord A, who owned the surface, had to endure

been paying the surface owner for “damages”

landowner sold the surface of his land to a

the scarring that quarrying caused to his surface.

and for the right to use water and restoring the

gentleman rancher and reserved the minerals

The point is that once the surface and

surface after use. In fact the surface owners

thereby creating the first “severed estate.”

the minerals were severed (and both were

have generally been paid quite generously,

Prior to that severance, the estate (surface and

recognized as property) it was only logical

usually multiples of the actual monetary

minerals) was “unified.”

that the ownership of minerals had to

damages. However, money for damages pales

My history isn’t too good so this could have

include the right to access those minerals.

in comparison to money from royalty.

happened before modern private property

Otherwise, absent the consent of the surface

But here we begin to see the makings of a

came into being. There was the time when the

owner (whether friendly or by coercion or for

conflict. The surface owner is inconvenienced

Monarch just decided who owned what and it

money) the minerals would be stranded and

(and the surface “damaged”) and receives a

stayed that way until he changed his mind or

worthless to the owner and of no good use to

modest amount of cash then has to look at the

a new Monarch came along. That might have

the Kingdom.

pump jack and have oil workers on his property

been called “an estate in property at the will of

Common law therefore recognizes the

regularly while the mineral owner lives in town

the King.” There were instances when the King

dominant mineral estate and grants the

or on another ranch and gets magnitudes more

would give the “land” to Lord A but give Lord

mineral owner the right to use as much of

money in the mail for the production.

B the right to remove stone from the quarry on

the surface as is reasonably necessary to mine

Folks, as a rule, don’t like to look at ugly

the land. The King had to give Lord B access

the mineral whether it be gold or black gold,

things or be inconvenienced unless those ugly

(ingress and egress) across the land in order

such as crude oil. Necessary use of the surface

things (pump jacks for example) are making

to remove the stone, lest the ownership of the

includes roads, tank batteries, pipelines, pump

them money. If they own the minerals and get


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the royalty that pump jack is a thing of beauty;

But the surface owner has to be reasonable

if not, it is a rusty, noisy, ugly nuisance. The

too. There is an old Montana case where

worst case is when the surface owner owns

acres of minerals, the vast majority of which are in the West.

the surface owner was not happy with the

So just beware of the facts. My Mother shared

none of the minerals. The situation is much,

damages offered by the oil company so he

with me long ago the saying “you can’t have

much more tolerable if the surface owner also

met them at the gate, shotgun in hand, and

everything” which doesn’t exactly apply to my

owns some of the minerals and gets some of

prohibited entrance of the drilling rig and

message until we modify it a bit: you can’t have

the royalty money.

equipment. Of course, the oil company

everything – unless you buy it. And that means

For the surface owner to completely

proceeded to get a restraining order against

it must be for sale. In today’s world 100% of

control the surface he must own 100% of

the surface owner and entered the land. Later

the minerals are hardly ever going to be for sale.

the minerals. Obviously, the more of the

they sued and countersued. The rancher was

The best solution was suggested in the play

minerals the surface owner owns, the less

awarded $25 for a broken fence and the oil

“Oklahoma!” There it was said “the rancher

offensive the pump jacks are. But remember,

company was awarded $25,000 for having the

and the farmer should be friends.” So perhaps

in many jurisdictions, even if you own 75% of

drilling rig and equipment (for which it was

we should say “the rancher and the mineral

the minerals you probably will be unable to

being charged) delayed from entering.

owner should be friends.”

prevent use of the surface by the 25% owner.

“The rancher and the mineral owner should be friends.”

If it is at all possible a purchaser of the surface

But certainly we say the dominance of

should obtain some percentage of the minerals.

the mineral estate should be given careful

This will greatly reduce the otherwise natural

consideration when buying your farm or ranch. v

conflict. If one chooses to acquire the surface with no minerals, he must be prepared to share his surface with the mineral owner as prescribed

Certainly, restrictions on surface use

by the common law.

may be included in the deed to limit the

Landowners, being pretty smart, soon

dominance of the mineral estate, but this

learned that they could sell land reserving all

needs to be done at the first severance of the

or some of the minerals. So minerals began to

property or it will not bind the mineral owner

be reserved a hundred years ago and still are

who first reserved. Absent a deed restriction

today. The problem grows and grows – if you

on surface use, the common law will apply.

consider severed minerals to be a problem.

Both parties to a transfer of property need

As we consider the purchase or sale of any

to consider the mineral ownership in their

property today, we must consider severed

evaluation and understand how the surface

minerals and how to best negotiate a deal

may be shared.

satisfactory to the buyer and seller. We must

In spite of being dominant, there are real

think about owning less than 100% of the

limits to the use of the surface by the mineral

minerals (which is going to be the case most

owner. The doctrine of accommodation was

of the time) and understand the consequences

established in a case called Getty v. Jones in

thereof. In addition to lack of surface control

Texas in 1971 in which it was held that the

(which remember happens anytime you get

oil operator must reasonably accommodate

ownership of less than 100% of the minerals)

other surface uses, particularly those uses

you are giving up a proportionate part of

already established. In Getty, Mr. Jones had

future lease bonuses and royalty. In many

a circular irrigation system. It seems that

cases today, since shale-gas and shale-oil

Getty’s pump jacks were so tall as to block

drilling was perfected, the minerals are

the irrigation system from going in its circle.

worth much more than the surface -

Getty said, “gosh we’re sorry but it’s not our

multiples, in fact. So we need to be sure

problem.” The court disagreed and ordered

we’re comparing apples to apples or

Getty to go to each well site, remove and

dirt to dirt in our negotiations. Land

reinstall each pump jack after digging up

isn’t just land anymore, if it ever was.

enough dirt so that when it reinstalled the

Out West, and by that I mean west

pump jacks in the newly created “cellar” they

of the border between Kansas and

were low enough that the irrigation system

Colorado (extended north and south) there is

could pass overhead freely. So the dominance

a fair chance the mineral owner will be the U.S

of the mineral estate is not absolute.

government – which owns about 700,000,000

Robin Forte´ is an oil and gas producer whose companies collaborate with oil and gas professionals across the country to develop prospects, acquire acreage and build reserves for investors. A geologist by education and businessman by trade, Forte´ is well known throughout the industry, due in part to his lengthy tenure as COO of the American Association of Professional Landmen and the NAPE Expos. He shares his knowledge and expertise as an instructor, writer and expert witness. Forte´ is a former Air Force jet fighter pilot and currently a fully certified Texas Peace Officer (Dallas DPD Reserves). He enjoys OU football, the Texas Rangers and riding his Harley in his spare time.

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Cover Ranch

The World-Famous W.T. Waggoner Ranch A Giant Piece of Texas History 510,527Âą Contiguous Acres

Texas v Archer, Baylor, Knox, Wichita, Foard & Wilbarger Counties Dan Waggoner, born in Tennessee in 1828, moved to Texas with his family in the mid-1840s. This was a time when much of Texas was open range and unexplored. Dan took advantage of this great opportunity and founded the Waggoner Ranch in 1849. In later years, W.T. (Tom) Waggoner created the ranching empire currently known as the W.T. Waggoner Ranch. Owned and operated by the Waggoner heirs, this ranch is a singular opportunity so rare it only comes along every 165 years.


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Farm Operation: Acres: 30,000Âą Total Location: 14,000 Acres in Northwest

Smaller Cultivated Fields throughout

Irrigation: 3 circle pivots While generally farmed dryland in wheat for grazing, the irrigated farming also features Coastal Bermuda and hay, which is baled to supply the cattle and horse operations. Thousands of cattle are seasonally grazed on wheat pasture, and many thousands of additional acres can be placed in cultivation, if desired.

Water: Lakes & Ponds: Many large private lakes & hundreds of livestock ponds Lake Kemp: 16,540 surface acres Lake Diversion: 3,420 surface acres Santa Rosa Lake: 1,000 surface acres Recreation: Fishing, Boating, Water Skiing Lakefront Living: Leases 500 privately owned lakefront lots Creeks & Rivers: Beaver Creek, North & South Wichita Rivers Water Rights: 3,893 acre feet annually Volume 57 Farm&Ranch West


Cattle: Quantity: 7,000 mother cows/calves plus bulls and replacements Location: Main Shipping Pens at the Zacaweista Headquarters Facilities: Numerous large, functional and well-designed livestock pens Hydraulic Chutes and Scales The ranch has historically been operated with as many as 11,000 to 14,000 mother cows, but has been reduced to the current capacity due to the recent drought.


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Horses: Operation: Whiteface Division Location: Northeast Facilities: Indoor & Outdoor Arenas, 2 Barns and 30+ Stalls Number: 474 Head Notable Names: E. Paul Waggoner, Poco Bueno, Poco Leona The Waggoner Horse Program has produced 3 AQHA Hall of Fame Members; the #1 AllTime Leading Breeder of the NCHA Hall of Fame Members; the #3 All-Time Breeder of the AQHA Champions and the breeder of four AllTime Leading Sires.

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Oil: Producing Wells: 1,000+ (150 Estate Owned) Mineral Rights: Approximately 41.67% convey According to The Western Horseman magazine, the ranch drillers hit oil in 1902 while searching for water. At the time, water was far more valuable to cattle ranchers and it wasn’t until the 1920s that oil became a part of the W.T. Waggoner’s business.


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Wildlife: Species: Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Quail, Dove, Waterfowl & Feral Hogs Amenities: Numerous Food Plots Habitat: Wooded River & Creek In 165 years, the Waggoner family ownership has never allowed commercial hunting. In addition to the substantial mineral conveyance, this offering includes the historic Waggoner Ranch office building in downtown Vernon, all cattle, horses, an extensive list of rolling stock/equipment, and most importantly, the exclusive right and use of the iconic W.T. Waggoner Ranch name, historic brand and all related rights.

Offered for $725,000,000. Waggoner Ranch Sale Direct Number: 214 855-4000 Bernard Uechtritz Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty 214 353-6600 office 214 876-1321 cell

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Smoky Gardens Farm and Ranch 1,081 Acres

Kansas v Sherman County v Goodland

Teller Park Ranch 572 Acres

Colorado v Teller County v Florissant


The Teller Park Ranch, just 60 minutes west of Colorado Springs, is one of the best mountain properties in the entire region. The terrain offers gently sloping hills and rocky bluffs, which create many drainages and canyons to the southerly Sangre de Cristo Mountains and to Pikes Peak to the east. Resting west of Pikes Peak, this property truly is a prime place to build your dream home and command world-class views and privacy! The hunting on the property is excellent with good numbers of elk and excellent quality of animals. Excellent views from private benches surrounded with unique rock outcroppings, huge ponderosa pines and plenty of aspen “quakies” make this offering very unique with varieties of plant life. This ranch’s location just one hour from the Colorado Springs airport makes it a great location for seclusion and access. $2,575,000. Call Dax Hayden.


The Smoky Gardens Farm is in south-central Sherman County at the headwaters of the North Fork of the Smokey Hill River in extreme Northwest Kansas. The property features 1,081 acres with two older irrigation pivots covering a total of 347 acres. There are 196 acres of dryland cultivation and 535 acres of native grass. The origins of the river run along the south 1.5 miles of the place. The land has three irrigation wells, good livestock water, average fences and hay storage. This is a perfect-size unit to produce hay, run cattle and produce dryland crops. It is also perhaps the best location to grow and hunt pheasant, mulies and whitetail in the entire area. It joins the Sherman County State Lake area, which comprises some 1,400+ acres of game habitat. If you see this ranch, you will love it. It is truly a one-of-a-kind ranch in this area. It is on good county roads nine miles southwest of Goodland. Highway 27 is within four miles of the ranch. If you have dreamed of a good working ranch in Northwest Kansas, you better see this one! $2,357,900. Call Leo Hayden.

Rock Creek 480 Niobrara River Ranch 1,225 Acres


480 Acres

Wyoming v Fremont County v Atlantic City

Nebraska v Cherry County v Gordon

This ranch has excellent grass production with abundant water and three miles of the famous Niobrara River. There is good access to the west side of the ranch via county road. Protected and Private. This offering is two large pastures with good water and will be a great addition to a current ranch or provide an excellent start for a beginning rancher. Wells are placed to utilize all the grass. The protected river bottom would also make great wintering grounds. The Niobrara River runs approximately three miles


This beautiful mountain property is bordered by BLM on two sides along the south border of the ranch and provides an excellent opportunity and state land on the other. Old Highway 28 is the north boundary. for numerous recreational activities, such as hunting, fishing, canoeing, With steep canyons bordering the convergence of Slate Creek and hiking and many more. Waterfowl frequently fly the river while both Rock Creek, this property is a wildlife mecca! Beaver dammed ponds whitetail and mule deer use this corridor and call it home. Nearby irrigated provide an excellent habitat for trout fishing and trapping. Excellent fields make patterning a breeze. $1,592,500. Contact Justin Hertzel. mule deer hunting, elk hunting and fly fishing. Only minutes from South Pass which offer hundreds of miles of snowmobile and ATV trails. This property would be a great place to build a cabin or second home. With the diverse terrain and varying elevation, combined

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

with the live water, this property is ideal. If you are looking for a

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

Wyoming property that has it all with great access, this is the one!


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$1,200,000. Call Bill Vacek.


El Capitan Ranch easily carries 450± pairs of cattle and supports over 30 elk hunts per year, 5± deer hunts, turkey, lion and grouse. The ranch is all contiguous, well watered and bordering the million-acre Lincoln National Forest and Capitan Mountains Wilderness Area






horseback riding, backpacking or four-wheeldrive only. This is where Smoky the Bear was found as a cub in 1951 and Billie the Kid used

El Capitan Ranch

this wilderness area as a hideout. The Capitan

27,000 Acres

Mountains, a rare east and west running mountain range, has elevations ranging from

New Mexico v Lincoln County v Capitan

4,000 to 11,500 feet and passes through 5

different life zones from Chihuahuan desert to sub-alpine forest. Vegetation types are very diverse across the forest and range from rare cacti in the lower elevations to Englemann spruce in the higher elevations. Out your back door and gate of the ranch, is the million acres of the Lincoln National Forest with waterfalls, springs, historic areas and hideouts of Billie the Kid and his gang. $13,250,000. Call Greg Liddle.

St. Vrain River Ranch 817 Acres

Colorado v Weld County v Platteville


The Historic St. Vrain River Ranch is one of the last large tract sanctuaries along the I-25 corridor in Colorado. This unique property offers unlimited potential. Just 3.5 miles east of I-25 on Highway 66, this property has incredible development potential on 100± acres overlooking 650± acres of your own St. Vrain River Valley. The property has an additional 52 acres of irrigated farm ground on the southeast corner with Last Chance Ditch water rights. The 650 acres of river bottom include 1.5 miles of the St. Vrain River and offers some of the

finest waterfowl hunting in Colorado. The property is frequented by abundant wildlife, including deer and turkey. The large tree canopy is home to a Great Blue Heron Rookery and many bald eagles. Fishing on the river is good and the river contains healthy populations of perch, large and small mouth bass the occasional brown and rainbow trout. For income, the ranch currently has a gravel lease paying $100,000 per year until the year 2022. This annual payment is made by a gravel company to keep the right to excavate during that time period. There is also a 50 cent/ ton royalty when the excavation begins. This will give the new owner an estimated $4 to $5,000,000 in royalties. $9,000,000. Call Seth Hayden.


Hartsel Springs Ranch previously consisted of approximately 27,000 acres, and the portion of the ranch that is currently being marketed for sale is 3,439± acres, which includes the homestead and the majority if not all of the ranch improvements. The improvements include a large guest lodge, several cabins and accessory buildings. Current agricultural operations include livestock grazing inclusive of cattle and horses; horses are bred for ranch use and for guided trail rides. Hay is not currently produced on the property although there may be limited potential for that. The property also benefits

Hartsel Springs Ranch

from the riparian features of the Middle Fork and the South Fork

4,637 Acres

of the South Platte River, Four Mile Creek, a storage pond; and an

Colorado v Park County v Hartsel

un-developed and un-adjudicated hot springs, which is located in a large area of land known as Hot Springs Ridge, just south of US 24. South of CR 59 lies 410 acres under a conservation easement. The designated section includes the South Fork of the South Platte River. The Colorado Division of Wildlife also has two fishing easements on

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the property, one to the South Fork, and the other to the Middle Fork,

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both of the South Platte River. $4,475,000. Contact Rick Peden. Volume 57 Farm&Ranch West


Briscoe Creek Ranch California v Glenn County v Stonyford


This 8,184Âą deeded-acre property in Glenn County lies about five miles from Stonyford. The ranch has seven year-round ponds and in the northern end of the property you have over one half mile of Briscoe Creek, a year-round creek with trout. The headquarters has a great barn, shop, guest cottage and caretaker home. Runs 200 pair for the season or 100 pair year-round. *Video available on YouTube. $6,250,000. Call Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064.

Longview Ranch California v Calaveras County v Mokelumne Hill


422-acre family ranch with custom-built 6,000Âą-square-foot hand-honed, open-beam and stone log home overlooks the beautiful Mokelumne River canyon and Butte Mountain. The 5,750-square-foot cedar-sided guesthouse has a 30x45 attached garage, Pebble-Tec swimming pool, carved rock waterfall and entertainment area with breathtaking canyon and river views, 10-stall horse barn and 7,500-square-foot insulated steel building with warehouse. Miles of riding trails and five nearby fishing lakes. *Video available on YouTube. $4,750,000. Call Steve DePalma, 530 306-4709.

Crook Ranch California v Tehama County v Red Bluff


This is your classic California winter grass ranch. 5,101 deeded acres that usually run 300 pair or 1000 yearlings from November 15 to May 15. It is 21 miles from Red Bluff, CA and is currently in the Williamson act. The ranch sits at 1000 ft elevation and rises to a high of 1520 ft elevation. Miles of trails and beautiful scenery make the camping, hunting, fishing, swimming and horseback riding fantastic experiences, all without ever leaving your own ranch! *Video available on YouTube. $3,999,500. Call Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064.

California Outdoor Properties Todd Renfrew, Broker/Owner

707 455-4444 Over 180 Listings at BRE #01838294


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White Oak Ranch


California v Colusa County v Maxwell

12,385 acres so close to the Bay Area, 79 miles to Sacramento and 135 to San Francisco, is rare. Two homes, runs 600 pair with excellent hunting and miles to roam. Water for wildlife and grazing livestock is provided seasonally by Antelope Creek and Grapevine Creek, which runs through the ranch for over 10 miles, and year round by several concrete water troughs with water provided by a separate pump and well system at each end of the two farmsteads. *Video available on YouTube. $9,500,000. Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064.

River’s Edge Ranch California v Lassen County v McArthur


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 3,600 to 4,050 tons. This is one of the best, and highest producing ranches in the North State water supply from well, springs, and river. 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.

Alder Creek Ocean Ranch California v Mendocino County v Manchester


This 266± acre ranch is located eight miles north of Pt. Arena. Alder Creek flows through the property and has steelhead in the winter months when the creek flows into the ocean, makes for great fly-fishing on your own creek. 2,200-square-foot, ranch-style main home with open floor plan and custom cabinets. This ranch has it all: ocean frontage, ocean views, your own beach, creek frontage, meadows, abundant rolling grassland for horses or livestock, two homes, barns and outbuildings. $3,500,000. Contact Todd Renfrew, 707 365-5064.

California Outdoor Properties Todd Renfrew, Broker/Owner

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Cable Creek Ranch 37,352 Acres

Oregon v Umatilla County


The pristine Cable Creek Ranch is located in Northeast Oregon, nestled in the heart of the Blue Mountain Range with two sides bordering national forest. The parcels are centrally located between Ukiah and Pilot Rock offering all the traditional conveniences of shopping, entertainment and the Pendleton Round Up! This prosperous cattle/hunting operation has a carrying capacity of 10,252 AUMs. This land is also known for its world-class hunting, including Rocky Mountain Elk, Mule Deer, Antelope, Pheasant, Chuckers, Huns, Quail, Grouse, Wild Turkey and plentiful numbers of Duck and Geese and multiples in LOP tags. This trophy property additionally offers nine homes, including a 7,500-square-foot owner’s estate and a detached 6,000-square-foot trophy room to display your collections. Just out the front door is an Olympic spec, lighted, 5-station trap-shooting range. Improvements also include two runways; 4,900 x 90 paved and a small grass airstrip with a hangar. The 6,000-square-foot, custom, 5-bay shop is perfect for the RV, boat and toys. The 37,352± deeded acres include $50,000± in CRP income and are known for tall mountains, deep timbered canyons, rivers, valleys, lush farmlands and hundreds of acres in merchantable timber. This amazing ranch has it all! Your life in the real West starts here. Bring your hat, horse and boots! $29,000,000. Garrett Zoller, 541 944-8821 and Tim O’Neil 541 480-3682. Property ID: 46993


Exquisite 97.73 Acre Applegate Valley Wine Country Estate vineyard property just outside historic Jacksonville! The property is anchored by a magnificent 3,903-square-foot, custom, contemporary prairie-style home with three bedrooms, three baths and an attached three-car ga-

Applegate Valley Vineyard Estate Oregon v Jackson County v Jacksonville

rage. The property features 15 grape-producing acres of planted Certified Organic vineyard and 30 acres of water rights under contract from the Applegate River with significant expansion capa-

bility. There is an 800-square-foot, remodeled farm home which could be used as a guesthouse or farm management dwelling. Water features include three ponds: 1 irrigation storage pond (375,000 gallons) and 2 landscape ponds. An FAA-approved private airstrip is ready for use and numerous outbuildings include a hangar and winery buildings which would allow new owners to easily establish a full scale winery with minimal investment. Incredible views! The property video is online for viewing. Pictures are worth 1,000 words! $2,395,000. Wes Walton, 541 840-8685. Property ID: 49348


Set in Beautiful Central Oregon with 300-degree views of Mt. Bachelor, 3 Sisters, Ochocos, Mt. Hood, Smith Rock and Powell Butte! This land is made up of mountain meadows and timber on the east slope of the Cascades. Over 80 acres formerly in hay production and suitable for farming. Hundreds of acres are suitable for grazing. The hunting is phenomenal for deer and elk! Build-able, the property is the largest underdeveloped land in the area. The acreage can be split and sold separately as there are two tax lots. This area of Central Oregon is widely known for recreational opportunities, including ™

fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, birding, skiing and the list goes on. Geneva View Ranch is just 12 miles north of the quaint town of Sisters. $1,600,000. Tim O’Neil, 541 480-3682 and Garrett Zoller, 541 944-8821. Property ID: 48920


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Geneva View Ranch 1,109± Acres

Oregon v Jefferson County v Sister

Mariposa Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Clark


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

Meadows Ranch


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 shop, pristine equestrian facilities, which includes a barn with six stalls, tack room, training

mountain home, custom barn and ability

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

for two additional residences. $1,075,000.

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

Property ID: 48131

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

Clear Fork Ranch Colorado v Gunnison, Montrose & Delta Counties v Crawford


A truly one-of-a-kind big game hunting offering. This 3,400+-acre ranch includes the diverse

Catamount Ranch

habitats required to hold elk, deer, bear and wild turkey populations. The lower elevations Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs include cedar & piñon habitat and then climbs through miles of gambel oaks to the perfect Enjoy all that Catamount Ranch & Club has


high mountain aspen and spruce environment. The ranch includes six established hunting to offer with Tom Weiskopf signature golf cabins, irrigated pastures, abundant water, 5 miles of private roads, borders national forest and course, a private, 530 acre lake, and club for additional BLM leased acres. Originally homesteaded in the late 1800s, this is the family’s first the whole family where you can play tennis, time offering and sure to satisfy any Colorado recreational buyer. $7,668,000. Property ID: 48123 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

The Homestead Ranch Red Hawk Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Hayden



Colorado v Routt County v Clark

Just north of Steamboat Springs lies your own private getaway. This 160-acre inholding in the U.S

Red Hawk Ranch is a big game enthusiast’s Forest Service has a luxurious log cabin, multiple dream. The 1,040 acres are perfectly located outbuildings, equestrian facilities, deeded water in the migratory corridor of the second largest rights, USFS access easement and plenty of room elk herd in Colorado, the Bear’s Ear herd and is to roam. This is an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity surrounded by millions of accessible USFS, BLM to own a true piece of Rocky Mountain paradise. and state acres. $1,500,000. Property ID: 48129

$1,799,000. Property ID: 48127

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

The Elk River Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


In the Elk River Valley just north of Steamboat Springs sits a one-of-a-kind luxury log home overlooking





Steamboat Lake. This extraordinary 210 acre property features ponds, a creek, room to run, and epic views. Protected by conservation easement and bordered on the north by more than 20,000 acres of national forest, this stunning

Snowy Mountain Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Clark


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.


Property ID: 48054

Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty

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


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property includes a 14,000-square-foot luxury log home, separate guesthouse and massive garage with three enclosed bays. $9,800,000. Property ID: 48051

Lazy K Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

The Grizzly Ranch Colorado v Jackson County v Walden


Northern Colorado’s premier large scale

working livestock operation with significant improvements plus water, mineral and recreational attributes. Approximately 8,686 deeded acres and additional BLM and State leased acres. 19,000-square-foot professional show barn, machine shops, equipment sheds, barns, and extensive livestock facilities. In addition, the ranch includes six residences, mineral rights, a productive oil and gas lease, and senior water rights including over 16 miles of creeks and streams that form the headwaters of the famous North Platte River. *Ranch team includes Pam Vanatta, Ren Martyn and Lambert Orton, M.D. $24,950,000. Property ID: 46413

Stagestop Ranch

The Wildflower Estate Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


Minutes from world-class skiing sits a true estate on 155 acres. In the heart of the Yampa Valley

at Five Pines Mesa

Colorado v Routt County v Yampa


with panoramic views, this luxurious, 10,308-square-foot mountain property is the perfect A beautiful and unique cabin hand constructed gathering place for friends and family. Six-car auto-plaza, private lake, meticulous landscaping, with reclaimed timbers from the historic tennis court and additional three-bedroom home. With abundant water and space, endless “Stagestop” in Toponas, Colorado. A perfect activities and proximity to jet-capable airports, the Wildflower Estate is the ultimate mountain retreat for all generations with 113 pristine property. $13,925,000. Property ID: 72790


Singing Elk Ranch includes a beautiful luxury cabin with all the comforts for

surrounded by National Forest and the Flattops

Singing Elk Ranch

Colorado living. The 428 acres set in lush

at Five Pines Mesa

alpine meadows includes a 3 acre fishing

Colorado v Routt County v Yampa

lake, dark forest, aspen meadows, trails, zip line and direct access to Routt National Forest. This ranch has a host of recreational features that are a walk away for family and friends. *Ranch team includes Pam Vanatta, Ren Martyn and Scott Eggleston. $5,000,000. Property ID: 48762

acres, amazing views and luxury amenities; all Wilderness. A one-of-a-kind alpine getaway with all the conveniences of modern living. *Ranch team includes Pam Vanatta, Ren Martyn and Scott Eggleston. $2,800,000. Property ID: 48763

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American Creek Ranch New Mexico v Colfax County v Angel Fire


Located in the shadow of New Mexico’s highest peak and only minutes from Angel Fire, Taos and Red River ski resorts, American Creek Ranch may be the best situated recreational ranch in the state. Over 3,082 deeded acres of mountain forest and rolling grassland provide ample room for solitude, stunning alpine views and large herds of mule deer and elk. Add easy access and a beautiful 3,200-squarefoot, hacienda-style home to the mix and the result is a mountain retreat with few peers in northern New Mexico or anywhere else, for that matter. $8,950,000. Property ID: 49352

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


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

Colorado v Rio Blanco County v Meeker


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


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


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


“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


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

Lazy H Ranch Colorado Colorado v Douglas County v Larkspur


The Lazy H Ranch in Douglas County is one of the finest equestrian ranches in the Front Range of Colorado. Everything on the ranch, from its 1,400 acres of rolling mountain grasslands to its 39,000-square-foot indoor riding arena, points to a property custom made for horses and horse lovers. Residential improvements include a 14,000-square-foot custom home and two 3,000+-square-foot guesthouses. PRICE REDUCED to $6,600,000. Property ID: 72461

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Big Creek Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

Capitol Creek Ranch Colorado v Pitkin County v Aspen


Sitting in its own serene and secluded valley only seven miles north of the resort town of Steamboat Springs, lies the Big Creek Ranch. With over 5,000 acres, this is the largest property of its kind in the US near a major world-class ski resort. The ranch is practically surrounded by hundreds of thousands of acres of national forest, making this wild and vast retreat seem infinitely larger. Boasting over five miles of private fishing along the enhanced Big Creek, the ranch also offers several other creeks, springs and ponds, abundant wildlife and elegant improvements. $54,900,000. Contact Ken Mirr. Property ID: 48065


At 1,328 acres, the historic Capital Creek Ranch is one of the largest contiguous tracts of deeded ground in Pitkin County, Colorado. This endof-the-road ranch is adjacent to the Snowmass/Maroon Bells Wilderness, and set against the backdrop of the dramatic snow-capped West Elk Range and Haystack Mountain. The property is protected in perpetuity by a conservation easement allowing five building envelopes of up to 5,000 square feet each. Capital Creek meanders through over three miles of the property. Characterized by irrigated meadows and gently sloping aspen hillsides, the property is stunningly scenic, and offers multiple opportunities for year-round recreational activities such as snowshoeing, 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

Wolf Mountain Ranch Montana v Bighorn & Rosebud Counties v Colstrip

Red Hill Ranch Colorado v Park County v Fairplay


The Red Hill Ranch is a stunning 2,080±-acre big game sporting and


recreational alpine ranch situated at the base of the Mosquito Range and Mt. The Wolf Mountain Ranch is truly a western big-game hunter’s Silverheels that shares four miles of boundary with the Pike National Forest. paradise in an incredibly scenic mountain setting. The property is Just 30 miles from Breckenridge and 75 miles from Denver, it has aspen comprised of 9,280± deeded acres in the heart of the Little Wolf groves, firs and bristlecone pines, red rock outcroppings, expansive views Mountains in southeastern Montana. World-class elk and mule deer of the surrounding mountain ranges, frontage along Trout Creek, bountiful have been harvested on this legendary ranch and in the surrounding wildlife and unlimited year-round recreation. Just reduced to $2,900,000. area. It is not uncommon to see 400” elk and 200” mule deer on Contact Ken Mirr and Ed Roberson. Property ID: 42086

the ranch during the fall months, particularly during early fall archery hunting season. Accommodations include a tastefully built hunting lodge and metal shop. In addition to the world-

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class hunting, the ranch supports a viable agricultural operation. Listed in cooperation with Wildlife Resources LLC & exclusively marketed by Mirr Ranch Group LLC. Just reduced to $9,750,000. Contact Duffy Brown. Property ID: 45859

Wilson Creek Ranch Colorado v Elbert County v Agate

JE Canyon Ranch Colorado v Las Animas County v Trinidad


Wilson Creek Ranch presents the unique opportunity to own almost

15,000 acres of pristine rolling grassland with extraordinary long-term With over 46,700 deeded acres, the JE Canyon Ranch represents one of development opportunities less than 70 miles east of Denver. There are Colorado’s largest private hunting ranches and wildlife preserves on the no conservation easements encumbering this property. With an ideal mix


market today. Situated in southeastern Colorado’s canyon country, the of cool- and warm-season grasses providing excellent year-round feed, the property includes unique red rock canyons that rival those in southern property is capable of running 500 cows with little or no supplemental Utah. Nine miles of the Purgatoire River run through the ranch, as well feeding. There are over eight miles of cottonwood-lined river bottom as other streams and riparian areas, creating a vast wilderness that form a with seasonal water providing excellent habitat for trophy mule deer mosaic of interconnected canyons and mesas. It is a premier wildlife ranch and whitetail deer. The property includes a 1,000±-acre state lease. with tags available for trophy mule deer and bighorn sheep, elk and nu- $11,900,000. Contact Jeff Hubbard or Pat Lancaster. Property ID: 47055 merous other animals. It is also a repository of fascinating geologic, archaeological and historic heritage sites, including prehistoric rock art and abandoned pioneer homesteads. Offered in cooperation with Corwin Brown & Associates, Inc. $23,400,000. Contact Ken Mirr. Property ID: 45546

Deer Haven Ranch Wyoming v Platte County v Chugwater


The Deer Haven Ranch is a quaint end-of-the-road ranch property consisting of a 560-acre escarpment wrapped uniquely around the

River Rise Ranch Wyoming v Park County v Meeteetse


Goshen Rim and perched above the Goshen Hole. The property is uniquely located in-between the deep canyons, steep bluffs of the rim and some large wheat fields to the south. The location creates a mule

Located within one of Wyoming’s most pure and pristine river corridors deer highway through the property as they make their trek to feed in lies the River Rise Ranch. A 206-acre recreational retreat, this property is just the wheat fields every night and seek shelter in the expansive terrain of minutes from the historic cowboy town of Meeteetse, at the foot of the Absaroka the Rim during the day. The Deer Haven Ranch provides a very private Mountains. The Greybull River runs through the ranch for approximately 2/3 setting with great access and stunning vistas surrounding the property. of a mile, supporting one of the few remaining genetically pure Yellowstone $695,000. Contact Jared Souza. Property ID: 49384 Cutthroat trout populations in the West. Encompasses a variety of recreational and agricultural values, including fly-fishing, and big-game, upland bird, and waterfowl hunting, as well as lush irrigated hay meadows and livestock pastures. The combination of solitude, recreation, and production, makes River Rise Ranch a rare find in scenic northwest Wyoming. $1,745,000. Contact Jared Souza or Duffy Brown. Property ID: 48315

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Judith River Cast and Blast Montana v Fergus County v Lewistown


The ranch sits astride 2.8± miles of the Judith River, home to rainbow and

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

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.” Tucked away in a stunning mountain setting surrounded by the $3,300,000. Property ID: 47863 Bridger-Teton National Forest, the ranch boasts 160 deeded acres in


a remarkably private setting. The ranch features over a mile of two forks of Fall Creek with excellent cutthroat fishing, as well as hunting, hiking and horseback riding on the ranch and adjacent public lands. $8,250,000. Property ID: 46615

Western Sunsets Ranch Oregon v Crook County v Prineville


The location of the Western Sunsets Ranch is nearly impressive as its features. Climate offers 340± days of sunshine a year with around 12 inches of annual precipitation, makes this area the perfect climate for the recreational enthusiast. $1,899,000. Property ID: 47703

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


Over half a mile of the Big Hole River traverses the eastern boundary of the ranch with an additional half mile braid that is fishable through the spring and summer months. A beautifully placed private homesite on the hillside overlooking the Big Hole River valley, with unobstructed views of 8 mountain ranges, completes this recreational retreat. $1,995,000.

Foster Creek Farm

Property ID: 49372

Montana v Sweet Grass County v Bozeman


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 a historic barn providing an “old Montana” feel. The

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original farm house was built in the early 1900s and now provides adjoining guest quarters to the more recently built executive home. $1,750,000. Property ID: 48610

Old Railroad Ranch Montana v Gallatin County v Belgrade


The Old Railroad Ranch consists of 608± acres and is located in the shadows of the Bridger Mountain Range with wonderful views over the Gallatin Valley and five surrounding mountain ranges. With some of the

Rainbow Canyon Ranch

most fertile farm ground in the valley, the property offers excellent habitat Wyoming v Carbon County v Saratoga for ducks, pheasants and whitetail deer. $4,200,000. Property ID: 49373 Rainbow Canyon Ranch is a wonderful opportunity to own an excep-


tional 480-acre Wyoming ranch with agricultural and livestock production capability, private “blue-ribbon” fishing and an unparalleled river setting. With nearly half of the ranch under irrigation, the property is able to produce an abundance of forage for hay, grazing and wildlife. $5,250,000. Property ID: 47898

Good Medicine Ranch Montana v Ravalli County v Darby


Once the original homestead for the Twin Springs Ranch, the Good Medicine Ranch is a blend of pristine meadows and exceptional improvements that intertwine, resulting in an ideal setting for the equestrian enthusiast. Areas of irrigated, open pasture blend harmoniously with the timbered perimeter. $1,895,000. Property ID: 47877

Horse Shoe Ranch Oregon v Klamath County v Fort Klamath

White Horse Ranch Idaho v Idaho County v White Bird


White Horse Ranch is a beautiful 177±-acre property designed to take in the views overlooking the Salmon River and the Clearwater Mountains of the Nez Perce National Forest. This property has been designed with easy to use barns, outdoor arena and a full scale wine making facility. $2,800,000. Property ID: 48104


This gorgeous ranch is centrally located to take advantage of a variety of recreational opportunities as well as the benefit of being close to Crater Lake National Park and historic Fort Klamath. The Williamson River is just

minutes away along with a variety of creeks that provide an abundance of


excellent angling opportunities for large trout. $950,000. Property ID: 72412

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Big Wall Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta


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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as a two bedroom, two bath guest house, and a barn for your horses, all situated on just over 52 acres.

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the home. Inside, a moss rock fireplace in the living room, two additional kiva fireplaces, a hot tub, and Jacuzzi room complete the setting. An electronic gate, security system and many more features bring this property to the forefront. Ask to see this incredible home today! $589,000. Property ID: 49392

Farisita Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v Gardner


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 Daudi Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta


Only once in a lifetime, does an opportunity come along to own a home that is this breathtaking... exceptional... so architecturally fascinating and yet, so very welcoming at the same time! Take a

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walk through the beautiful entry inside and you’ll find a remarkably spacious home with room for your entire family, along with a guest house offering accommodations for up to 23 guests. Other amenities include an elevator, a full size gymnasium, seven fireplaces and a beautiful library, along with an outdoor cooking area, raised vegetable beds and a wonderful waterfall! The home was built with over 250 hand hewn beams, salvaged from the famous Baby Doe building in Denver, and every

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room is a work of art with an emphasis on detail. This extraordinary “once in a lifetime” home is 222 South Main Street • La Veta, CO 81055 located on 80 acres with the Spanish Peaks towering above. The property borders a school section and BLM. Once you walk in, you’ll not want to leave! Come take a look at this visually stunning “Must See” home with incredibly beautiful views all around. $1,790,000. Property ID: 49393

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Cato Crazy Woman Ranch Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo


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

Kinchen Farm & Ranch Wyoming v Niobrara County v Lusk


Located 15 miles southeast of Lusk are 3,813.46± deeded acres and 758.31± state lease acres for a total of 4,571.77± acres. 750± acres irrigated by five low-pressure pivots, each with their own well which produce from 875 GPM to 1,100 GPM. Excellent set of improvements with 2,691-square-foot home, two large shops and calving barn, several outbuildings and a feed-

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lot. The ranch is rated as a 250 cow/calf operation year-round. $4,750,000. Wyoming v Converse County v Glenrock Easily accessible year-round, the Mormon Canyon Ranch is a great Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 49213


combination of productive ranch land and recreational splendor. Consisting of 4,267.34± deeded acres and 623.28± State of Wyoming lease acres for a total of approximately 4,890.62 acres. Owner-rated at 200± cow/ calf pairs year-round with supplemental hay being fed during the winter months. 160± acres of irrigated hay ground and a set of improvements.

Watered via springs, solar wells, and windmills along with year-round live Cory Clark, Broker Mark McNamee, Associate Broker • Denver Gilbert, Associate Broker water provided by Deer Creek. Home to an abundance of wildlife including


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mule deer, whitetail deer, wild turkeys, antelope and elk. $6,500,000. Scott

Leach, 307 331-9095 and Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 48874

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Rocky Mountain Sheep Company Ranch Wyoming v Carbon County v Rawlins

Mule Creek Ranch Wyoming v Albany County v Garrett


This historical working cattle ranch consists of 39,335+ total acres:

19,950+ deeded, 19,665+ BLM lease and 80+ state lease acres near Ecologically diverse and productive private ranch consisting of 6,462± Rawlins. The owner-rated carrying capacity is 300 cow/calf pairs yeardeeded acres, 2,000± State of Wyoming lease acres and 1,473± BLM round. 4.5 miles of the North Platte River flow through the ranch,


lease acres for a total of 9,895± contiguous acres. Located in Area along with Pass Creek, which runs through the south part of the 7, “the heart of elk country”, the ranch provides excellent habitat ranch. 17 other water sources, including some pipelines, electric and not only for elk but also for a variety of wildlife including mule solar wells and artesian wells and springs, provide water for livestock. deer, antelope, sage grouse, bobcats, mountain lions, black bear, Improvements include a set of shipping corrals. $6,400,000. duck, geese, coyotes and bighorn sheep. Historically, the ranch also Kyle Berger, 307 760-8018. Property ID: 45978 provides summer grazing for 200± cow/calf pairs. There is ample water throughout ranch and a nice set of improvements. $6,400,000. Cory Clark or Scott Leach, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 47221

Flat Rock Ranch North Dakota v McKenzie County v Squaw Gap


Located 46 miles north of Beach, North Dakota, in the heart of cattle country, this ranch combines tremendous grass, water, and natural protection to form one of the best cow/calf ranches on the market today. Comprised of 2,467± deeded acres and 2,400± Little Missouri

Weber Mountain Ranch Wyoming v Platte County v Wheatland


Located in the heart of elk country approximately 19 miles southwest

National Grasslands lease acres for a total of 4,867± acres. Improvements include a good ranch house, two large calving barns, a stall barn with runs, small machine shed, and corrals. Good access provided by paved highway and well-maintained gravel county roads. Income potential from scoria rock

mining on the ranch which has been used for oil field road construction. of Wheatland with year-round access, the 1,273.1± deeded acre Call Denver Gilbert at 406 697-3961 for list price. Property ID: 49214 Weber Mountain Ranch is a great combination of productive ranch land and recreational splendor. Two solar powered wells. Brush Creek flows through the northwest corner of the property. Located in Area 7 for elk, which qualifies for landowner elk licenses, Weber Mountain Ranch offers exceptional hunting opportunities. Wildlife found on the ranch includes elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, turkeys, coyotes, bobcats, mountain lions, Hungarian partridge and sage grouse. $1,237,100. Cory Clark, 307 334-2025 and Scott Leach, 307 331-9095. Property ID: 49235

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Wolf Springs Ranch

Soaring Eagle Ranch

Colorado v Huerfano and Custer Counties v Westcliffe

Colorado v Larimer County v Virginia Dale



This 55,486-deeded-acre legacy ranch has natural resources, production Uniquely positioned in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in northern capabilities, and magnificent scenery and is a potential revenue- Colorado, the 2,047-acre agricultural and recreational ranch features generating hunting operation. Operating as bison-cattle-horse ranch, custom improvements in a beautiful and private western setting. Wolf Springs Ranch has first-class improvements, 3,370+ acres of This entertaining and legacy property has custom-designed practical irrigable water rights, and is less than two hours to Colorado Springs. improvements, livestock grazing and a host of wildlife. Offered turn-key $54,700,000. Ron Morris, 970 535-0881.

for $18,300,000. Ron Morris, 970 535-0881.

Aspen Meadows Ranch

La Mesa Vista Ranch

Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

New Mexico v Catron County v Quemado



Part of the 19,000-acre Grand River Ranch shared ranch community Tucked into magnificent canyons and located six miles northwest of which offers an assortment of amenities including equestrian center, the village of Quemado, this 9,000+-total-acre ranch varies in terrain two fishing camps, sporting clays range and guest lodge, the 176-acre with rolling hills, deep canyons and high mesas. Home to a worldAspen Meadows Ranch is unique to itself with privacy, creek and two class elk, mule deer, bobcat and antelope, La Mesa Vista Ranch is truly ponds in an alpine setting with incredible mountain views. $7,000,000

a sportsman’s and wildlife lover’s paradise. $3,300,000. Ron Morris,

includes custom furniture. Ron Morris, 970 535-0881.

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Shadowed by the rugged peaks of the snowcapped Zirkel Range, the 587-acre guest ranch bordering national forest includes over 90,000 square feet of upscale improvements and offers adventure, outstanding cuisine and indulgence to guests from around the world. Located 30 minutes north of Steamboat Springs and convenient to the regional airport, this exclusive luxury guest ranch

Vista Verde Guest Ranch

is offered turn-key with talented staff in place at $19,900,000. Christy Belton, 970 734-7885.

Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

Trout Creek Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Oak Creek


323-acres located seventeen miles southwest of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, along the banks of

Sand Point Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


Nearly 3,000 acres of mixed forests with open parks and alpine streams traditionally used for grazing, hay production and big game hunting. Access to national forests and wilderness, easily accessible with airport, world-class skiing, boutique shopping, and fine dining are 30 minutes away in Steamboat Springs. Combine with adjoining property for over 6,000 contiguous acres or

Trout Creek. The ranch straddles the creek, encompassing most of the wide valley, and is characterized by open, grassy meadows with aspen covered hillsides and willows that line the creek. Traditionally used for recreation and sheep grazing, the ranch also borders several hundred acres of BLM land. $1,499.000. Christy Belton, 970 734-7885.

can be offered in smaller parcels. $12,950,000. Christy Belton, 970 734-7885.

Rafter 5 Snake River Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Maybell


741 acres surrounded by BLM located west

Little Trout Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Oak Creek


of Craig, in trophy areas GMU 2 and 11. Approximately one mile of both sides of the Little Snake River flows through the eastern side of the ranch. The property has a new two-bedroom log

Located 20 miles south of Steamboat Springs, the 3,397-acre prime hunting ranch consists of cabin overlooking the river corridor. $945,000. grazing and recreational land with varied topography, meadows, 100-mile vistas and plenty Christy Belton, 970 734-7885. of cover for wildlife. At $1,750 per acre, it is one of the best priced ranches in the area. Can be combined with adjoining property for over 6,000 contiguous acres. $5,950,000. Christy Belton, 970 734-7885. Volume 57 Farm&Ranch West


Pettyjohn Ranch California v Tehama County v Red Bluff


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

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Forked Lightning Ranch


The 2,300± deeded acres of Jane Fonda’s Forked

New Mexico v San Miguel County v Santa Fe

Lightning Ranch include 3.5 miles of the famed Pecos River creating 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 ranch offers the opportunity to own an exquisite equestrian property and fishing retreat. $19,500,000. Property ID: 48064


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

Three Peaks Ranch Montana v Park County v Livingston

designed trout ponds on the ranch and the proximity to all of the renowned fishing in the Paradise Valley and nearby Yellowstone National Park. Co-listed with The Land Brokers. Price reduced to $16,500,000. Property ID: 44133


Operated as an Individual Cooperative Wildlife Management Hunting Unit for deer and elk, these 15,200 total acres offer an ideal habitat for big game. Multiple springs, the 12-acre reservoir and numerous stock ponds provide plentiful water sources for wildlife and livestock. During

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the summer months, the ranch pastures 400 to 500 cow-calf pairs on the productive pastures.

Utah v Utah & Carbon Counties v Price

$11,200,000. Property ID: 49056


This remarkable turn-key fly-fishing and equestrian property on 3,050± total acres straddles 3.5 miles of the Sun River. The state-of-the-art technology, supreme quality and unsurpassed style are boasted throughout the masterfully-crafted home, manager’s home and exquisite equestrian barn. The helipad and hangar provide for ease of travel. The Seller owns an additional 1,341± deeded acres, which can be purchased in conjunction with the Sun River Ranch providing a nice irrigated base. $9,250,000. Property ID: 46998

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

Chesnut Valley Farm Montana v Cascade County v Cascade


These 1,068± deeded acres offer solid irrigated farmland with consistent crop yields, significant senior water rights and extensive wing-shooting opportunities. Its healthy fields, coupled with natural cover and abundant water, enhance the wildlife habitat while maintaining the agricultural productivity. In 2014, the malt-barley crop yield averaged 133 bushels per acre! $3,750,000. Property ID: 48501

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Tonahutu Creek Ranch

Copper Spur Ranch Colorado v Eagle County v McCoy


The 560-acre Copper Spur Ranch is an exceptional ranch setting only 45 minutes from Vail and one hour from Steamboat Springs, Colorado. The ranch has a creek, two fishing ponds, water rights, 140 acres of hay meadow, is adjacent to BLM land and has several outbuildings, including barns, chicken coop, shop, greenhouse, bunkhouse and a small modest home. $2,500,000. Bill George, 970 485-1052.


Colorado v Grand County v Grand Lake

In Grand Lake, Colorado the Tonahutu Creek Ranch encompasses 52 acres adjacent to Rocky Mountain National Park. The two fisheries on the ranch include 1,000 feet on of both sides of the North Inlet as well as an additional 2,000 feet of both sides of Tonahutu Creek and contain brook trout, brown trout, rainbow trout, hofer-harrison trout and the Colorado 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.

B I Bar Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

Rayner Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling


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 The B I Bar Ranch consists of 444 acres of high country meadows, aspen living space on 116 acres. Surrounded by BLM on three sides, water groves and sagebrush pastures. The ranch borders public lands on two rights, nearly one mile of Muddy Creek frontage, irrigated pastures and sides, giving the property unparalleled access to some of the best elk and ponds. What an incredible property for fishing, hunting, horses and mule deer hunting in the Colorado High Country. The ranch offers several recreation. Price Reduction - $799,000. Bill George, 970 485-1052.


Secluded 40-acre ranch with year-round access and surrounded by BLM and national forest land. The ranch provides a venue of rugged rock outcroppings, sub-irrigated meadows, sagebrush and native grass pastures, pond, and live water in Corral Creek and includes a comfortable four-bedroom, two-bath home, caretaker’s residence and several outbuildings. Great base camp adjacent to BLM and national forest, all located only two hours from Denver and one hour from several world-class ski resorts. $849,000. Bill George, 970 485-1052.

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exquisite building sites. $995,000. Contact Bill George at 970-485-1052.

Rim Rock Canyon Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Parshall

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


Roughly four 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.

800 279-0406

Casa Barranca Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose


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


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



the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National This




been used as a recreational hunting



with quality deer and elk and other mountain species.

Canyon Ranch of the Gunnison 1,766 Acres

Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose

1559 Logan St. • Denver, CO 80203

303 861-8282 •

Co-listed with

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

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Cottonwood Creek Ranch Oregon v Harney County v Drewsey


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.

Buckhorn Farm Oregon v Wallowa County v Enterprise


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.


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

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Lakeview - Cottonwood Creek Property Oregon v Lake County v Lakeview

Haven Springs Ranch 32.4 Acres

Utah v Wasatch County v Heber Valley


This trophy river ranch sits in the heart of the fertile South Fields of the Heber Valley (near Park City) on a half-mile stretch of the blue ribbon Middle Provo River and enjoys a rare

private access down to the river. The 5,265-square-foot lodge (sold “turn-key”) has an expansive back deck with views of the majestic Mt. Timpanogos reflected from the private 5-acre fishing pond. The ranch is conveniently close to airports, ski resorts and Heber City, but enjoys a remarkably tranquil setting. A new, 5,760-square-foot metal barn provides plenty of storage for farm and ranch equipment. Includes water rights and shares. $3,950,000.


This high mountain ranch in northeastern Utah has 1.5 miles of Mill Creek, a freestone river and important spawning tributary for Brook and Cutthroat Trout. The 4,310-squarefoot, ultra-high-end lodge built in 2009 has geothermal heating and custom finishes completed by Western artists. A fully fenced end-of-the-road property, the ranch’s locked gates provide private access from Mill Creek Road, which connects to the Mirror Lake Highway. Broad open meadows parallel the river and thick pine and aspen forests blanket the gentle slopes rising to over 9,200 feet. Includes water rights. $5,900,000.

Jacobsen Ranch 1,393 Acres

Utah v Summit County v North Slope of the Uinta Mountains

Elkheart Cliffs Ranch 1,280 Acres

Utah v Kane County v Mt. Carmel


The Elkheart Cliffs Ranch is a rare block of private land in the heart of Utah’s Canyon Country, 15 miles east of Zion National Park. The ranch sits atop a broad, fertile mesa rimmed by stunning canyons, with views of the red Elkheart Cliffs to the west and the White Cliffs to the east. The comfortable lodge fits into the southwestern landscape and affords panoramic views of the 1.7 million-acre Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Native American (Anasazi) pottery shards and arrowheads on the canyon rims reflect the rich archaeological history. The ranch forms part of a premium hunting unit for mule deer. Includes water rights and grazing permits. $3,300,000.

Gary Nelson David Anderson Dan Nelson Mike Nelson 2733 Parleys Way, Ste. 304 Salt Lake City, UT 84109

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Ever After

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


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

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Doll Baby Ranch


Arizona v Gila County v Payson

The Doll Baby is located just south of Arizona’s famous Mogollon Rim, and 11 miles west of Payson, Arizona. The ranch consists of 148 deeded acres and 36,000 acres of Tonto National Forest Grazing Allotment, with an annual grazing capacity of 175 mother cows yearlong. The East Verde River Splits the ranch for two miles, which provides a beautiful riparian area and irrigation water (309 acre feet of grandfathered water rights) for 100 acre of pasture. The Ranch is off the Grid, with electrical power provided by generator and solar panels. Elevations range from 3500 feet at its lowest point on the deeded land to 8,000 feet on the top of the Matazal Mountains. The Doll Baby Ranch is a beautiful working cattle ranch in a very desirable part of Arizona. Ranches like the Doll Baby are becoming extremely hard to find in this part of Arizona. $2,750,000.

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Spectacular Sierra Ranch California v Plumas County v Genesee


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.

Southern Sierra Foothill Ranch


California v Tulare County v Exeter

The Los Robles Ranch, with over 6,139 acres, is a large, well-blocked cattle ranch in the picturesque Yokohl Valley on the west side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The ranch has traditionally run over 1,000 yearlings in the winter months but is equally suited to a yearround operation with the capacity of around 400 head. Numerous springs provide ample stock water in 20 stock tanks and there are several reservoirs. A modest, yet comfortable set of improvements include main home, manager’s home, bunkhouse and barn. Just listed at $11,000,000.

Sierra Conservation Opportunity California v Plumas County Tahoe/Truckee


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





Forest and featuring an expansive meadow, pine forests and two seasonal trout creeks, the





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

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Huerfano Valley Ranch Historical Stage Coach Ranch Colorado v Park County v Bailey


Colorado v Huerfano County v Walsenburg


Originating in 1876, this ranch has been in the same family for nearly 140 years. This 1,040±-acre ranch offers irrigated hay meadows, river

Located within one hour west of Denver and nestled in the pines of Park frontage on the Huerfano River, abundant natural grasslands, multiple County at 8,000± feet, this 165-acre ranch offers easy access to Highway 285, residences and unlimited possibilities for the future. $2,700,000. several residences, a restored barn and an affiliated entity that runs corpo- Broker: Sam Faris. Property ID: 45315 rate and private events. $6,000,000. Broker: Bob Leino. Property ID: 45200

Bar DK Ranch Wyoming v Fremont County v Lander

Golden Gate Canyon Retreat


Colorado v Jefferson County v Golden

Just a short drive up Golden Gate Canyon State Park from Denver, this


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. $890,000. Broker: Susan Pokorny. Property ID: 48714

132-acre private retreat offers a relaxing escape from the multitudes of people and heat of the city found below. The ranch features live water, a ranch house and barn, forested mountains, easy access and abundant wildlife. $1,465,200. Listed by Sam Faris. Property ID: 48782

Spring Creek Ranch Colorado v Jefferson County v Buffalo Creek


This scenic equestrian ranch within a 455+-acre equestrian community just one hour southwest of Denver features a 3,622-square-foot luxury home,

Quartz Creek Cabins

two-stall horse barn, large shop and caretaker’s apartment. It lies within the Pike National Forest. $950,000. Broker: Jack Kavanaugh. Property ID: 48669 ®

Colorado v Gunnison County v Pitkin


Located on the banks of Quartz Creek in the heart of beautiful Gunnison County, this opportunity features four rental cabins, a large barn, and a fine owner’s home near the town of Pitkin. Each cabin can

7921 Southpark Plaza #108 • Littleton, CO 80120

accommodate six guests and fishing is literally right out the back door.

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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! $5,725,000.

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

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


These 161.5 acres feature high-end horse facilities. The barn offers nine stalls, a vet room, office, corrals and fir-beamed ceilings. The outdoor pavilion has a flagstone fireplace and built-in grill. The two-bedroom, 2.5-bath home offers a double garage, in-floor heating, flagstone patios and a foreman’s quarters with large kitchen, bedroom, bath and in-floor heating. There is a large metal storage barn, hay barn and tack room. This place is ready to finish to your own taste! The 8,000-squarefoot main house has a four-car garage, five fireplaces, new metal roof and windows, as well as a stucco exterior, which is dried in and ready to finish. Enjoy the beautiful Anasazi-style dry stack stonework on the house, pavilion, barn and foreman’s quarters. $2,950,000.

Unique Custom Home on 11 Acres


New Mexico v Lincoln County v Alto

This unique custom home was designed by Survival Homes with amazing views of Sierra Blanca and Little Creek Valley. The main house is 8,000+ square feet with a four-car attached garage. Two-bedroom, two-bath guesthouse with full kitchen and a two-bedroom, onebath basement apartment with full kitchen.

Completely remodeled with natural wood interiors, 450-square-foot outbuilding for storage,

Scott Miller, Broker/Owner

hen house, dog pound, studio or whatever your heart desires. There is also a 2,900-square-foot

931 Highway 48 • Alto, NM 88312

swimming pool/recreational area in the center of the home. This home is unlike any home you

575-336-7711 • 575-937-3166 cell

have ever seen. Enjoy surround sound theater with top-notch stereo throughout the pool area • and main house. $1,995,000.


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One of the most improved of all the Stuart Ranches, Rancho San Antonio is a hunter’s paradise. A river running through it is lined with 100-foot-tall pecan and oak trees. Water throughout and plentiful vegetation make this ranch a great habitat for turkey, duck, dove, quail and deer. There is a three-bedroom, twobath hunters’ house; three smaller worker’s houses; electricity; caliche road system and paved road access all 20 minutes from Piedras Negras. Property ID: 49082

Rancho San Antonio

Hunter’s Paradise - 9,450 Acres Mexico v Coahuila v Piedras Negras

Rancho San Ysidro

Prime Hunting Land - 23,750 Acres

Rancho San Juan

Mexico v Coahuila v Piedras Negras


On the River & Fenced - 5,000 Acres

Once a working cattle ranch on part of a 75,000-acre, family-owned property, Rancho San Ysidro offers lots of land and miles of well-maintained roads. And because hunting has not been allowed on the


Mexico v Coahuila v Piedras Negras

property for nearly 100 years, San Ysidro is host to a multitude of large, quality deer with the best Close to the border and five minutes from possible natural genetics. The ranch offers two miles of San Rodrigo River frontage. Property ID: 49105 Piedras, Rancho San Juan’s entrance is

conveniently accessed by paved highway. But the real draw for hunters is the 3.5 miles of San Antonio River and high fencing that borders this ranch, making it a great habitat for wildlife. There is a new worker’s house and ranch house on the river with lots of potential

Rancho Melado

Property ID: 49104

Lots of Water & Wildlife - 4,860 Acres


Mexico v Coahuila v Piedras Negras

Boasting four ponds, 25 water troughs and 2.3 miles of border along the San Rodrigo River, Rancho Melado is irresistible to deer and fowl, and because little or no hunting has occurred in

H. Stuart 337 376-2851

the area for the last 10 years, quality deer abound. There are 23+ miles of well-maintained, graded

dirt roads; a one-bedroom, one-bath ranch worker’s house; and it lies approximately 10 miles

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from the U.S. border. Property ID: 49063

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


Situated in Paso Robles, the heart of Central Coast Wine Country, in the area known as the Templeton Gap, Sleepy Farm Ranch is a 382±-acre ranch overflowing with possibilities. Featuring soils ideal for almonds, grapes, pasture and grain, Sleepy Farm Ranch boasts 80± farmable acres with additional potential acreage along the ridge tops and the balance utilizable for grazing land. Enveloped by vineyards and wineries, Sleepy Farm Ranch is complemented by a main home, barns, numerous outbuildings and corrals. $4,850,000. Property ID: 46981

Tollhouse Ranch California v Kern County v Caliente

Caliente Ranch California v Kern County v Walker Basin


Encompassing 14,945± acres, the expansive Tollhouse Ranch is situated in Caliente, California, approximately 30 minutes from Tehachapi and Bakersfield. Presently under Williamson Act Contract

and utilized as a working cattle ranch, Tollhouse Ranch is complemented by two ranch houses, four The sprawling Caliente Ranch comprises 7,297± barns, an equipment storage building and other out buildings. Water is supplied via stock and domestic acres, stretching 5± miles east to west and north wells and springs. Sale subject to Conservation Easement. $7,475,000. Property ID: 49314


to south. Situated on the eastern edge of Kern County, Caliente Ranch is presently utilized as a working cattle ranch. Water is supplied via stock and domestic wells, storage tank and springs. Sale is subject to Conservation Easement. $2,736,000. Property ID: 49316

Pete Clark 1031 Pine Street • Paso Robles, CA 93446

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


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Paine Ranch California v San Luis Obispo County v Templeton


Situated east of Templeton, the stunning 83.5±-acre Paine Ranch offers extensive improvements providing vast agricultural processing and manufacturing possibilities (subject to approval). Complemented by multiple houses, the production facilities include three large barns/shops comprising approximately 25,000± square feet under roof. Water is supplied via a 100± gpm well with pump, irrigation pond and fresh water storage for domestic and livestock use. $3,625,000. Property ID: 47162


Good Water, Excellent Hunting and Great gains. It consists of top quality rangeland, sub-irrigated and irrigated pastures. The ranch is completely watered by steams, creeks, reservoirs, springs and dams. Prime grazing with irrigated meadows allows 2 plus pounds per day gain. The water and irrigation makes the ranch more drought

Lazy S Bar Ranch

proof. The ranch is very scenic and holds a broad spectrum of wild life. It lies in the #7 elk hunting area, which issues 2,000 elk

Wyoming v Carbon County v Medicine Bow

licenses. Herds numbering in the hundreds are common. There is record book antelope hunting. The ranch is located approximately 6 miles from the Medicine Bow National Forest. 26,466 Total Acres with 12,341 deeded, 12,204 BLM, 1,921 State. $5,900,000.


Irrigated cropland, irrigated pastures and subirrigated meadow located within 8 miles of Torrington, Wyoming. Raises all of the valley crops. Upland game birds and waterfowl hunting. The ranch borders a Wyoming Game and Fish Preserve. The property lies in the migratory flyway of Canada Geese. There is a

Pheasant Hill Ranch Partnership Wyoming v Goshen County v Torrington

nice population of deer and lots of wetlands and flowing springs. The ranch consists of 746 total acres with 642 acres of Goshen Hole Irrigation District water rights. $1,250,000.

This 452 acre property with 382 acres Gering/

Lyman Farm

Fort Laramie water is a combination irrigated

Nebraska v Scotts Bluff County v Lyman


farm with sub-irrigated pasture and dry pasture. Would be ideal pure bred operation or as a row crop farm. New home and an older home. Excellent soils. Would facilitate two full center pivots and a full line of livestock improvements. There is county road frontage. $1,250,000. MOTIVATED SELLER

Riverland Wyoming v Goshen County v Lingle

215 East 20th Avenue Torrington, WY 82240


This river property has 285 acres with 1.25 miles of North Platte River frontage. It has the goose refuge on it. There is abundant wildlife and some of the best waterfowl hunting in the area. There are tree-covered meadows and is located 1.5 miles from Lingle, Wyoming. $850,000. BROKER OWNED

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


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


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


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-


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


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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miles of Salmon River running through the property. Many recreational opportunities out your back door, including fishing, hunting, horseback trail riding and mountain biking, etc. $2,775,000. Property ID: 46035

Income-Producing Alfalfa California v Siskiyou County v Dorris


These 4,770 acres are a combination of six ranches assembled over 30 years ago by the original owner. The ranch has 1,546+ acres of meadows for cattle grazing or dry land farming, 410 acres of planted/irrigated alfalfa

crop, four irrigation pivots and a number of wheel lines on the ranch. There is an abundance of water, from three high-producing irrigation wells and five stock ponds. Structures include four homes, two 1,000-ton pole barns for hay storage, a workshop and heritage ice house. Fields have been sprayed and fertilized for a 2015 harvest. A hunter’s paradise with an abundance of wildlife and big game hunting. Seller is motivated and offers seller financing to a qualified buyer. Visit For more information, visit Property ID: 72824

Income-Producing Equestrian Facility


California v Contra Costa County v Brentwood

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

Views of Yosemite’s Half Dome


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-min-

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 60x40 shop. Just Reduced.

Jerry R. Vaughn Alain Pinel Realtors

ute private flight from the Bay Area. Can be home base for water sports on

601 Sycamore Valley Rd. West • Danville, CA 94526

Lake Don Pedro (25 minutes), snowskiing at Badger Pass Resort (90 mins), or

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explore Yosemite National Park (60 mins). Bring the quads/dirt bikes/guns/ friends/family, this is your private vacation paradise. Just Reduced. • BRE# 00908970 Volume 57 Farm&Ranch West


7,000± Acres Eel River Ranch California v Humboldt County v Meyers Flat


Drive through Founders Grove State Park, with its’ magnificent redwoods, on your way to this spectacular property. Pristine rolling meadows, forests with significant timber volume, a major conservation easement opportunity and almost 2.5 miles of Eel River frontage await you here. The wildlife opportunities are extensive: Roosevelt elk, trophy blacktail deer, wild hogs, black bears, mountain quail, valley quail, grouse, coyotes, bobcats and fishing! This vast acreage has end-of-the-road privacy, but once on the ranch, an extensive road system awaits. Located in No. California’s scenic Humboldt County, only about an hour from Eureka’s airport, yet a world apart. Shown to qualified buyers only. $17,000,000.

The World-Renowned Shamrock Ranch - 17,050± Acres, Less Than 3 hours From San Francisco California v Mendocino County v Laytonville


The ranch is known world-wide for its hunting opportunities, and enjoys a profitable hunting guide business. Phenomenal wildlife abounds: Tule Elk, Blacktail Deer, Wild turkeys, Boar, Quail, Grouse, Bears and more. It has a very large, professional-grade equestrian facility, as well as carrying a profitable cattle operation with its own hay production. It has abundant water, including approximately two miles of Eel River frontage, year-round creeks and lakes, some stocked with trophy-size bass. There is a fully outfitted hunting lodge enclave; a 2,100-foot turf airstrip and more. The improvements are spectacular. The main, Mediterranean-style, seven-bedroom, 8.5-bath home reflects superior craftsmanship throughout and is very appealing. It overlooks the beautiful 25-acre vineyard in full production. There are several other homes and outbuildings. Call for a brochure. Shown to qualified buyers only. Price reduced! Now $20,500,000.


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Eagle Ridge Ranch Wyoming v Crook County v Sundance


Amazing Black Hills ranch with 442 deeded acres and 320 acres in state lease. Located between Sundance and Beulah where Riflepit Divide and the canyons of Sundance Creek run. Wooded hills, steep canyons with interesting

rock walls, hidden valleys, hay meadows and panoramic views. A custom log home is set in secluded surroundings at the crest of a hill with unobstructed views. The ranch style home has an open floor plan with lots of natural light and attached two-car garage. Outbuildings include a log garage, shop, barn, loafing shed, several storage sheds, carport and two hunting cabins. A unique offering with varied terrain, great wildlife habitat, expansive vistas, a good set of buildings, access to state land and end-of-the-road privacy. This is a great Black Hills opportunity. $1,500,000.

Oak Creek Ranch


Wyoming v Crook County v Aladdin

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 solar well. Scenic Black Hills setting. $860,500. Parcels are available.

Thorn Divide Retreat Wyoming v Crook County v Carlile


Oak Creek Retreat Wyoming v Crook County v Aladdin


Impressive 186-acre Black Hills property with a one-of-a-kind home that combines maximum efficiency with detailed elegance. From the

Scenic northeastern Wyoming setting on the time you enter this one-level home you will way to Devils Tower. 99 acres with a custom feel a grand sense of spoiled luxury. It has an home tucked into a pine tree alcove that provides inviting atmosphere and an open floor plan natural privacy. Includes about 32 acres of hay designed for entertaining guests. Many custom meadows with the balance being native pasture features including a deluxe kitchen, custom and a timbered canyon with an intermittent cabinetry, solid Caesar stone counter tops,

creek. The spacious 3,100-square-foot home was designed for entertaining and includes three spacious master suite, spa tub, fireplace, hardbedrooms and 2.5 baths. Granite counter tops, hardwood floor, stone fireplace, formal dining room, wood flooring, French doors, wraparound office with sitting area, four season enclosed sun room, extensive decking. Attached two-car garage, covered porch. Includes a guesthouse, horse 24x31 pole barn and 30x70 shop with cement floor. Quality and comfort throughout! $710,000.

Sawmill Gulch Ranch


barn, shop and outdoor riding arena. This handsome country estate is an exceptional find in picturesque surroundings. $1,387,000.

Wyoming v Crook County v Hulett

Remarkable Black Hills setting on 330 acres in the hills north of Devils Tower. The property is about four miles cross country from the Tower with picturesque scenery and panoramic views. Situated along Sawmill Gulch and Storm Hill, the land offers a variety of terrain with open meadows, a seasonal creek, and the obscure alcoves of Sawmill Gulch, which give way to steep timbered hillsides and high plateaus with outstanding views which include Devils Tower, the Missouri Buttes, and the Bear Lodge. A good trail system provides access to the canyon areas and higher elevations. An extraordinary Black Hills landscape with outstanding views and privacy. $594,000.

Jim Pederson 505 W. Main Street Newcastle, WY 82701

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Soldier Summit Ranch Utah v Wasatch County


Soldier Summit Ranch is an outdoor paradise surrounded by breathtaking vistas of ridgeline landscape with thriving populations of Rocky Mountain game. Ranging from 7,500 to 8,600 feet, the ranch consists of a vast principal mountain and ridgeline surrounded by seven canyons. The terrain features a hearty mix of heavily forested slopes and secluded parks dotted with pines and aspens. The Right Fork of the White River flows for 1.5 miles along the property’s eastern boundary and several natural springs are scattered throughout the landscape. A superb stock of elk, including a large percentage of mature and trophy-class bulls, migrate frequently through this 2,050-acre property. Soldier Summit Ranch offers some of the best snowmobiling in Utah and multiple trails that begin on the property lead to the vast, surrounding national forest. $3,000,000. Property ID: 48681

House Brand Ranch Utah v Morgan & Summit Counties Croydon


Welcome to House Brand Ranch, located in Morgan and Summit Counties near Croydon, Utah. This 12,300 acre hunting, fishing, and agricultural property extends from Lost Creek Basin at an elevation of 5,300 feet to mountain tops at 8,000 feet. Irrigated fields produce beautiful alfalfa crops along Lost Creek. Dry land alfalfa is raised on higher elevation benches. The balance of the ranch includes sage brush covered slopes with groves of Aspen, Oak, and Pine trees. The property has many outstanding red rock outcroppings, especially in the Cedar Canyon area, some with arches, bowls, and coves. The ranch has a high degree of privacy and very few people have seen its true beauty. Distance from the Salt Lake International Airport to ranch headquarters is 60 miles. Distance from Ogden, Utah to the ranch is 40 miles. Distance from the ranch to skiing and recreation in Park City, Utah is 45 miles. House Brand Ranch has been under the careful stewardship of the Peterson family since 1960. Great care has been taken to preserve and enhance water shares for irrigation and to identify and develop mountain seeps and springs for game and livestock usage. The Ranch is also home to abundant game. The Seller has enjoyed a consistent harvest of “trophy” class deer, elk, and moose for decades and most of their hunters are repeat customers. Additional game that can be observed on the ranch are mountain lion, coyote, turkey, sage grouse, and chukar. One of the jewels of the ranch is the 3 mile stretch of Lost Creek which flows through the property. Fishing Utah streams on private property, is by permission only. Therefore the existing brown and rainbow trout are able to grow to the 18+ inch range without a lot of pressure, and

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side canyon streams hold smaller native and brook trout. The offering price of House Brand Ranch is $22,000,000. Any offer must be accompanied by an earnest money deposit in the amount of $500,000. Each offer must also be accompanied by the name and telephone number of the Buyer’s private banker to assist the Seller in determining the Buyer’s financial ability to accomplish the purchase.

Bostwick Park Production Ranch 2,455 Acres

Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose


This 2,455-acre production ranch has over 710 irrigated acres. A three-ranch assemblage, creates one of western Colorado’s largest contiguous hay ranches. At 7,000 feet in elevation, this highly productive ranch has irrigation water supplied by one of Colorado’s most consistent and well-governed irrigation companies. The ranch features Highway 50 and county road access, underground power, 3.5 miles of elevated escarpment building sites and world-class hunting as featured on the Outdoor Channel and in a setting that is simply spectacular. There are very few opportunities when this type of assemblage can be acquired at such a value. Reduced price $6,996,750. Property ID: 45903

Grand Mesa Ranch New Listing!


Colorado v Delta County v Cedaredge

Located on the southern slope of the Grand Mesa just outside of the town of Cedaredge, this truly is a rare opportunity at an incredible price! The Grand Mesa is the largest flat-top mountain in Colorado and is home to lush alpine forest, lots of open meadows, over 300 crystal lakes and fantastic herds of elk and mule deer. This ranch joins the national forest, BLM, and Ward Creek flows through the property year-round. The ranch is composed of 890 pristine acres of aspens, oaks, pines, ponds, springs and grassy meadows full of elk and deer.

Improvements include a 2,500-square-foot home, a 2,900- square-foot lodge with commercial-grade kitchen, shop and a small barn. If you are looking for endof-the-road privacy, majestic mountain views, incredible hunting and a close location to town at a great price, this is your ranch! $2,395,000. Property ID: 49307


Relax in 4,982 square feet of sheer elegance perched above Blue Mesa Reservoir! This stunning home sits on 171 acres with commanding views of the mountains and the reservoir. This very private setting between Montrose and Gunnison is an entertainer’s dream come true! This dream home overlooks the Blue Mesa Reservoir and Continental Divide! Perched upon 171 very private acres that join the Curecanti National Recreation Area, this is a rare find! There are an additional

Blue Mesa Ranch New Listing!

Colorado v Gunnison County v Gunnison

41 adjoining acres with six cabins, 12 RV spaces, laundry and shower facility and game room cabin available. $1,395,000. Property ID: 49309

North Montrose Farm - ROI 758 Acres

These 758 acres (630 historically irrigated) encompass one of Western Colorado’s largest

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

production farms. It lies minutes from Montrose at 5,500 feet in elevation. The farm is highly

21263 Hwy 550 • Montrose, CO 81403

productive in corn and alfalfa hay and features a 1,200-head cattle facility, two shops, granaries,

970 249-4300 phone • 970 249-1313 fax

Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose


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Tombstone Angus Ranch Wyoming v Park County v Cody

Allen Brothers Montana v Powder River County v Miles City



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

Beaver Rim Ranch Wyoming v Sheridan County v Big Horn



Live out your Alaskan Dream on Kodiak Island in a custom oceanfront property featured on HGTV. The

Bordering thousands of acres of BLM land and in the shadows of Big 4,000-square-foot home has a seaside 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

China Wall Ranch Wyoming v Albany County v Wheatland/Laramie


for kayaking, fishing and even surfing. Proven vacation rental income to help the purchase at $695,000.

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


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.


acres of the ranch. The improvements on the ranch are all in excellent

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

appreciate this unique offering. $2,170,000.

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hay barn, modular, and two large shops. The ranch adjoins State of


If you are looking for the perfect location for a luxury ranch, Santa Fe is your best


With over 300 days of sunshine,




four wonderful seasons, Santa Fe is a welcome

Blame Her Ranch

Luxury Ranch Home or Ideal Corporate Retreat New Mexico v San Miguel County v Santa Fe

retreat from those cold long winters the rest of the country has to put up with. BHR is a 120-acre ranch that sits among the pinions and ponderosa pines at the southern tip of Glorieta Mesa with 70 mile views. Adjacent to the 1.6 million acre Santa Fe National Forest, BHR is extremely exclusive and very private, yet only 45 minutes from Santa Fe shopping, great restaurants and over 250 galleries. The nearby Pecos Wilderness can entertain serious outdoor enthusiasts with world-class trout fishing, big game hunting and horseback riding. Some of the best skiing in New Mexico is nearby at Ski Santa Fe and Taos Ski Valley. The custom log home and barn/guest house were built in 2009/10 with over 9,000 combined square feet. With 9 bedrooms and 9.5 baths, BHR sleeps 24 and comes fully furnished right down to the dinnerware and sheets. BHR is an unmatched luxury ranch with chef’s kitchen, game room, gym, home theater, pool, stables and too many

Trails West Realty, LTD.

other features to list. This unique fractional opportunity allows for many buyers to get more ranch for their real estate dollar and is the smart way to own a second home. To see an aerial tour and more details about this fractional opportunity or whole ownership of this one-of-a-kind ranch go to Blame Her Ranch: Where She’s Never Wrong. $2,799,000. $4,850,000 (whole ownership) Property ID: 48430

Rare 30-Acre Horse Property and Home Utah v Utah County v Provo

Ted Rivera 505 470-9729


Private property and future development in prestigious Hobble Creek Canyon is limited. This oneof-a-kind 30-acre horse property and home are in the heart of this beautiful, long, wide and winding cul-de-sac canyon. This is the ultimate in secluded living, yet only 25 minutes from downtown Provo. The property is as private as it gets. It’s bounded by woods and hillsides. And the nearest neighbor’s home is over a half-mile as the crow flies. Of the 30 acres, there are a little over 20 acres fenced into four pastures of native grasses with gravity-fed irrigation from our year-round spring. The remainder of the property is in wooded hillsides and the home with lots and lots of windows to take advantage of the breathtaking views. For more information, please visit

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Feature Ranch

My Prize Ranch Goes on the Market

From immaculate reception to immaculate ranch – Terry talks about his horses, hogs, cattle and the therapeutic rewards of ranching, while transforming almost a thousand acres of once-discarded dirt into picturesque serenity for his family, friends and prized livestock.

By Terry Bradshaw Terry Bradshaw is a former American football quarterback who played for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the National Football League. He has been a TV analyst and co-host of Fox NFL Sunday. He played for 14 seasons with Pittsburgh, won four Super Bowl titles in a six-year period, becoming the first quarterback to win three and four Super Bowls, and led the Steelers to eight AFC Central championships. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1989. He is ranked #44 on the list of 100 of the Greatest Football Players ever, and in 1972 threw one of the most famous plays in NFL history, known as the “Immaculate Reception.”


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What most people don’t know is that Terry, at heart and at home, is a rancher…a really good one… As the old saying goes, there is a time and place for everything. At my ranch in Thackerville, Oklahoma overlooking the Red River, I have devoted a lot of time over the last 14 years and a huge amount of money turning about 740 neglected acres into a place that I am proud to say I love. My wife, Tammy, tells me that being a Virgo, I have to have everything perfect. Of course, that is why I married her. She is right that I require perfection, whether it was on the football field when I was playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers, in the studio at FOX Sports Sunday or at the ranch. Everything about this ranch is perfect from my sprawling western-style lodge I built for my family and friends to the care I give my horses to the miles of pipe and cable fencing that surrounds the pastures to the eight bucolic lakes. On Building My Ranch I built it to satisfy my passion for being outdoors, working with animals, particularly horses and cattle, but also the hogs I raise to feed the hungry. This ranch meets all those needs. I raise a large herd of cattle and top quality horses on one of the finest spreads you will find anywhere. More important, in my hectic life of airplanes, television shows, speaking engagements and meetings, I have to have a spot on this Earth where I can walk out my front door and feel the peace, but get to anywhere in the country or the world in an hour’s drive to DFW airport. This ranch has been the perfect spot for me. A Well-Situated Ranch DFW International Airport — 70 miles Lovefield Airport — 80 miles Winstar Casino — 2 miles Oklahoma City — 125 miles Lake Texoma — 45 miles Denton, Texas — 40 miles Lake Murray State Park — 25 miles

It was not always that way. When I first laid eyes on this property, it was a mess. No one had taken care of it for years. There were a few head of cattle grazing on it, but mostly the acres were overgrown with brush and trees. The creek bottoms needed to be cleaned out. The fencing was

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mostly gone. There was an old run-down barn and a worn-out, old school bus. There were no paved roads, just old tracks. Getting around the property required four-wheel drive. There was almost no surface water. The first time I saw the property, I walked away. I had looked for ranches all over Texas, and I didn’t think this one just across the river in Oklahoma was right for me either. Then on a whim, I drove up here in my jeep and spent hours driving over the old trails that Indians and stagecoaches once used, thinking about the potential the land offered. I pulled up on one of the hills, parked my jeep facing the setting sun. I stood on top of the jeep and looked back across the river. I decided then I could build a house on that spot. I did, and to this day, I find quiet peace and tranquility enjoying that setting sun from my back veranda. It took me two years to clear the trees and brush, clean out

Lake Murray State Park 2.5 Miles From the Ranch Lake Murray State Park is Oklahoma’s first and largest state park consisting of 12,500 acres located on the shores of beautiful Lake Murray. The park’s diverse terrain, exceptional trails and historic sites make Lake Murray State Park a favorite destination among outdoor, water sport and ATV riding enthusiasts

the bottoms, erect miles of fencing and start work on the house and barn. I knew where I would build the house and the direction it would face. But other decisions, like where to build the barns, the arenas, the paddocks, took more time. What if I built them in the wrong place? I didn’t. While I was turning the property into something special, I was taking every job I could to pay for it all. Millions of dollars later, I have created something that is very special. Just an hour north of Dallas/Fort Worth Airport and a few minutes from the world-class Winstar Casino, my ranch has everything for someone who wants a versatile ranch, who likes to entertain friends and family and who needs a place to escape. That person could take the keys, move in, start raising horses and cattle, and fall in love like I have with this ranch. My manager, Chad, who built this over the years, would like to stay. He’s the perfect manager for this place.


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My house, built

Winstar Casino 2 Miles From Ranch As Oklahoma’s largest casino resort, there are many opportunities. After playing in the fast-paced casino, there’s more excitement at WinStar World Casino Hotel, WinStar Global Event Center, WinStar Golf Course, Spa Habitat and shopping boutiques.




has tall ceilings, large


tiled floors, wood paneling and a lot of Western decor. With 8,600 square

feet under a gorgeous green roof, it has six bedrooms and eight baths. One of my favorite places to sit to watch the sunset is our outdoor patio that is more than 1,000 square feet and has a kitchen and a bar, a fireplace and a fire pit. I built a pool for my two daughters and their friends and a two-story doghouse. The horses have it just as good. There is a four-stall stallion barn, a 20-stall show barn, a 50-stall mare barn with a laboratory and office and a 75 by 140 foot covered arena. The property also has fenced-in pastures and paddocks and eight ponds.

“Millions of dollars later, I have created something that is very special.”

I currently have 50 brood mares, three stallions and 100 Black Brangus cattle. The ranch, particularly in rainy years, could handle more. I built trails all over the property so my family, friends and I can enjoy viewing this fabulous place on four wheelers, on horses, or on foot. Once you needed a four-wheel drive just to get on the ranch—now you can drive a Ferrari from Highland Park, DFW Airport or Winstar Casino to my front door on sealed asphalt at any time of the year. So you are wondering why I would ever let go of a place I have put so much of myself into. This ranch is a part of me. I will miss it. But at 66 years old, it is time to downsize. I don’t have the time or the energy I once

Lake Texoma

did to continue working this

45 Miles From Ranch Look at a map of the United States and look closely at the border between the states of Oklahoma and Texas. There you will see the Red River, and you will also see the 12th largest lake in the United States spanning that border in the area east of 1-35 and west of 1-75. That’s Lake Texoma, aptly named after Texas and Oklahoma where it is located.

ranch. It is a place that needs to be used by someone who will care for it as much as I do, to raise kids, entertain family and friends and host great get-togethers.

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WinStar Golf Club

I will buy a smaller ranch and Tammy and I want to spend more time at our place on the Big Island of Hawaii.

60 Minutes North of DFW Just off exit 1 on the TX/OK border this semi-private facility includes a private golf club, a semiprivate, 27-hole championship course and a state-of-the-art teaching facility, the Golf Academy. After your day at the club, head over to the WinStar World Casino for fine dining, entertainment, or to stay at the WinStar World Casino Hotel.

On Choosing My Broker I had considered various agents over time but could never really find the right fit. Then I was introduced to Bernie through as he likes to say, “one of his mates in his network,” a guy called Fandel in Telluride, Colorado. Bernie (who’s an Aussie) and I hit it off right away when he came to the ranch. He’s a competitive horseman and polo player with a background in cattle and ranching who sells ranch properties all over the world. He’s also selling one of America’s biggest and most famous ranches, the Waggoner Ranch – over half million acres – so I figure he can certainly handle my ranch! Bernie brings a team approach with Angie Nelson and Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s of Dallas, so it’s all a great fit for me. I’m gonna miss my ranch! v


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Terry Bradshaw Stats

Location: Thackerville, Oklahoma

Place of birth: Shreveport, Louisiana, U.S.

North bank of the Red River,

Height: 6ft. 3in. (1.91m) Weight: 218lb (99kg)

overlooking Texas

Career Information

Size: 740 Acres

High school: Shreveport (LA) Woodlawn

Topography: Rolling pastures

College: Louisiana Tech

Water: 8 lakes

NFL Draft: 1970 / Round: 1 / Pick: 1

Played 1970-1983 for the Pittsburgh Steelers

Soil: Sandy

Career History, Highlights and Awards Pittsburgh Steelers (1970-1983)

“One of my favorite places to sit to watch the sunset is our outdoor patio...”

Bradshaw Ranch Stats

Date of birth: September 2, 1948 (age 66)


Pastures: 16 coastal grasses Hay Production: Yes



4x Super Bowl champion (IX, X, XIII, XIV)

Barns: Show barn

2x Super Bowl MVP (XIII, XIV)

Mare barn

3x Pro Bowl selection (1975, 1978, 1979)

Hog barn

AP First Team All-Pro (1978)

Equipment barns

1978 NFL MVP (AP, MX)

Hay barn

NFL 1970’s All-Decade Team

Cattle Pens – Hydraulic chutes

2011 Pittsburgh Pro Football Hall of Fame

Irrigation: Yes

Pittsburgh Steelers All-Time Team (50th Season)

Roads: Paved, gravel & trails

Pittsburgh Steelers #12 no longer issued

Houses: Main house: 8,000+ sq. ft.

College Football Hall of Fame

Guest house: 1,732 sq. ft.

Louisiana Tech Athletic Hall of Fame (1984)

Employee house: 1,656 sq. ft.

Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee (1989)

Apartment: 480 sq. ft.

Led the NFL in TD passes in 1978 and 1982


Career NFL Statistics - Stats at

Equipment: Negotiable



Livestock: Negotiable



QB Rating


Price: $10,800,000.00

For more information, contact:

Bernard Uechtritz C 214.876.1321

Angie Nelson C 214.794.8945

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Lake Creek Ranch 5,753 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Uvalde & Real Counties v Campwood These 5,753 acres are just five miles south of Campwood. This high-fenced Hill Country ranch boasts two miles of Lake Creek with three lakes. Improvements include a lodge, guesthouse, livestock barns and a 5,300-foot paved runway with two hangars. Enjoy stunning views of the hills and fertile valleys.

Pinto Creek Ranch 2,554 Acres

South Texas v Kinney County v Brackettville The spring-fed Pinto Creek meanders through the ranch offering accessibility to wildlife and recreation alike. Improvements include a five-bedroom, four-bath main house, three-bedroom bunkhouse, foreman’s house, two large barns, Pecan orchard and irrigated coastal fields.


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La Fonda Ranch 6,700 Acres

South Texas v Kinney County v Brackettville This 6,700-acre showplace is one of the most highly improved recreational and working ranches available in Texas. Improvements include the massive lodge, several well-appointed bunk rooms, along with a one-mile paved and lighted runway. The ranch has been extensively managed for both whitetail deer and upland game bird hunting.

Stone Canyon Ranch 181 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Burnet County v Burnet There are both sides of a solid rock-bottom creek flowing through Stone Canyon Ranch. Waterfalls, followed by deeper pools, supplemented by springs, are found throughout this great property. Â Great water, superb access and location separate this ranch from all others.

Trip duPerier, Broker 28615 Interstate 10 W Boerne, TX 78006

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Llano County Ranch 180 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Llano County v Castell This Hill Country gem is in a perfect location in between Fredericksburg, Llano and Mason. The incredible 1870s home has been wonderfully restored with historic touches combined with the conveniences of the new. Good pastures and a nice road system make it easy to view the large herds of wildlife.

Prison Canyon Ranch 450 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Kerr County v Camp Verde Water abounds on this spectacular Hill Country ranch. The cypress-

Trip duPerier, Broker

lined Verde Creek flows through the north side of the ranch for .75 of

28615 Interstate 10 W Boerne, TX 78006

a mile and a 24-acre spring-fed lake with boat house offers year-round

830 755-5205

and two equipment barns. The ranch is high-fenced on three sides and


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recreation. Improvements include two homes, a two-story trophy house includes a Pecan orchard and coastal Bermuda pasture.

McCoy Ranch

830 Acres

South Texas v Atascosa County v McCoy


This is a nice South Texas cattle operation with great fences, working pens, irrigation system and wells and other nice ranch improvements. It also offers good hunting and fishing and the income from frac water sales makes this a uniquely exciting opportunity. The ranch is just a few minutes off I-37 east of Pleasanton.$5,800,000.

Bergheim Ranch 123 Acres

Texas Hill Country v Kendall Co. v Bergheim


This nicely appointed home combines its stately appearance and formal receiving rooms with a comfortable warm floor plan overlooking the surrounding hills and the beautiful and accessible




frontage. From the frontage on Highway 3351, a gated and paved entry road winds through the oak-covered ranch to cattle facilities, barn, guest quarters, house pasture and river pasture.

Eagle Ford Development Property

The nicely located ranch is now used for cattle and would also be good for horses. $5,998,000.

71 Acres


Central Texas v Karnes County v Kenedy

Enjoy premium frontage on Highway 181 in Karnes County! Ready to develop and located

Jim Fuchs, Broker

on the edge of Kenedy city limits with county water, city water, city sewer, natural gas and

200 Northcrest Dr. • San Antonio, TX 78213

electric service all nearby or on the property. There are about 1,400 feet of frontage on Business Highway 181 and about 2,700 feet of frontage on CR 147. All or part available. $1,950,000.

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T-Bar Ranch 306 Acres

Texas Hill Country Bandera County v Bandera

Yochum Ranch


Located at English Crossing on the beautiful

630 Acres

Medina River, this fabulous new live water find is truly one of the most unique properties available in the Texas Hill Country. There is


Texas Hill Country Bandera County v Tarpley/Utopia

only one way to describe the river frontage and This exceptional 630-acre ranch is located in that is spectacular. The ranch offers 2,400 feet the Seco Valley in northeast Uvalde County of fabulous Medina River frontage with crystal clear deep water, steep high bluffs and incredible and just an hour from San Antonio. The ranch rock formations. Along the ridge of the high bluff are some of the most incredible home sites anywhere in Bandera County and the views are absolutely breath taking. The ranch features a

offers large neighbors, game fencing, multiple hardwood lined canyons, incredible views,

beautifully manicured park like area along the river shaded by towering Pecan, Oaks and Cedar deep soil, an excellent road system and three elms. This exceptional ranch has been in the same family for generations and the original family

ponds. The ranch is loaded with whitetail,

compound with home and several additions is still intact. The ranch also offers paved road

turkey, hogs and occasional exotics roam the

frontage, foreman’s house, guest cabin, excellent water well, great hunting with large population

area. $3,250/acre. Great ranch, great price. Call

of native game, large healthy oaks and multiple food plots. Call Morris 210-415-9850.

Morris Killough, 210 415-9850.

150± Acres in Medina 150 Acres


Texas Hill Country Bandera County v Medina

Just minutes from Medina on FM 337, this

Maple Springs Ranch 369 Acres

Texas Hill Country Bandera County v Tarpley/Utopia


awesome turnkey ranch is ready to go for the quality minded buyer. The ranch features paved access through an electric entry gate, a fabulous limestone 3,600±-square-foot, ranch-style home with a beautifully manicured yard and extensive landscaping, a three-car garage/shop, horse barn with stalls and tack room, round pen, new equipment barn with storage room, foreman’s home, hangar turned horse barn with stalls,

Truly a nature lover’s dream ranch, few

tack room and loft, two wells, 3,000±-foot grass airstrip and three ponds. The exceptional ranch

ranches anywhere offer the raw beauty of

offers a rolling terrain with incredible views, deep soils, a good mix of open areas suitable for

this small ranch. Just an hour from San An-

cultivation and the perfect amount of cover for the large numbers of Exotic and native game in

tonio, the ranch offers excellent access, live

the area. Too much to list, won’t last, $1,795,000. Call Morris, 210 415-9850.

water in three separate canyons, waterfalls,

El Rancho Del Molino

springs, incredible hardwoods including maple and madrona, steep canyons, unbeliev-

828 Acres

able views and fabulous building sites along

Texas Hill Country Real County v Barksdale

Seco Creek. A good road mountain system allows access to all parts of the ranch. A small


This fantastic new listing is located in western

cabin along with electric and phone service

Real County, an area famous for its natural

lies at the front of the ranch. $1,299,000.

beauty. The ranch offers one the strongest and

Call Morris, 210 415-9850.

most pristine rock bottom creeks in the area,

a fabulous multi-level 3,000+-square-foot, seven-bedroom, four-bath rock home on a beautiful tree-studded bluff, an expansive manicured lawn, foreman’s house, horse stalls, a second springfed pond, greenhouse and foreman’s house. A perfectly placed 80-feet wide, 8-foot-high concrete dam creates an absolutely beautiful spring fed lake that impounds water up for several hundred

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feet and offers excellent fishing, swimming and kayaking. A large metal roof Palapa style pavilion adjacent to the lake completes the near perfect entertainment area for barbeque, family gatherings or parties. Call Morris 210-415-9850.

Swift Ranch 156 Acres

Texas Hill Country Bandera County v Vanderpool


This fabulous Hill County Jewel is located in the heart of the most scenic areas of Texas and is absolutely ready to enjoy. This unique ranch offers everything a buyer is looking for;

Cherry Springs Ranch 211 Acres

Texas Hill Country Kerr County v Hunt


fantastic live water from strong Cypress lined Mill Creek, hills, views, wide open valleys, deep Located 10 miles north of Hunt near the soils, large wildlife population and excellent privacy. The ranch offers an exceptional, custom, two Guadalupe River headwaters, this new live story, three-bedroom, two-bath limestone home, guesthouse with attached carport, shop, paved water listing offers everything you want in a drive and an excellent water system. The ranch also offers a small concrete dam that creates a Hill Country ranch. The ranch features a live several 100-foot-long swimming hole on Mill creek and two well-built lakes that provide excellent spring fed creek with a beautiful pond, a park year-round fishing and entertainment. This is the best, $2,995,000. Call Morris, 210 415-9850.

like area along creek, Indian mounds, unique rock bluffs and gentle hardwood lined hills with fabulous views. The well managed ranch is absolutely loaded with wildlife with whitetail, turkey, wild hogs, axis, fallow, aoudad and the occasional sika. The ranch features two recently upgraded homes, greenhouse, barn and three car garage with shop area and an excellent water well. An exceptional ranch in a great location, $1,699,000. Call Morris, 210 415-9850.

Wilson Ranch 90 Acres

Noonan Ranch

Texas Hill Country v Bandera County v Utopia


Medina County v Castroville

This incredible 90-acre ranch offers the very finest in country living surrounded by one of the most beautiful settings anywhere in the Hill Country. The ranch offers an exceptionally done 2,600+-square-foot native stone home overlooking the hardwood-lined Little Creek and Sabinal Canyons below, providing views that may only be described as unbelievable. The ranch offers electric entry, paved drive, large carport, large shop with recreation area and sleeping quarters, horse stalls, round pen, multiple pastures, stocked pond and a small guest cabin. Every improvement was done with thorough planning and first-class workmanship. The ranch is currently


under a wildlife exemption and the owner takes great pride in the exceptional care of the game. This fantastic new hunting/cattle ranch is just south of Highway 90 and offers a very unique Call Morris 210 415-9850. $995,000.

Tampke Ranch 115 Acres

mix of South Texas along with the terrain and feel of a Hill Country property. The deer habitat is exceptional with an excellent combination of light to heavy brush mixed with huge oaks, elms and

Texas Hill Country Uvalde County v Utopia

mesquites. The ranch offers multiple draws with

This incredible 115Âą-acre live water tract just

may be cultivated for food plots, deep soils and

south of Utopia is the site of a historic Indian

fabulous homesites with fantastic views. The ranch

battle. Walking the property, you may find

is loaded with whitetail, turkey and wild hogs.

remnants of the battle such as old musket

100% Minerals. Morris Killough, 210 415-9850.


numerous pond and lake sites, several areas that

balls and Indian artifacts. There is at least one large undisturbed Indian mound on the property. The crystal clear water is unbelievable with one of the deepest natural water holes along the entire cypress-lined Sabinal River. Great cover for deer and turkey with many huge oaks and other hardwoods adding character to the views of the canyon and surrounding hills, and the many excellent building sites. $1,199,000.00 Call Morris Killough, 210 415-9850.

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Venado Grande

Sold as 12,158 Acres or 8,103 Acres Northwest Texas v Knox County


Venado Grande Ranch is an outstanding Northwest Texas hunting ranch known for outstanding trophy whitetail deer, turkeys, doves, quail, ducks and wild hogs. The ranch can be sold as one track of 12,158 acres or 8,103 acres. Two-thirds of the ranch have not been hunted in more than 20 years. The majority of the land is rolling with scattered cedar & mesquite tree cover. There are eight pastures and 150 acres previously planted in wheat. The ranch usually carries about 35 acres per animal unit or 300 mother cows. Most of the ranch is a strong red sandy loam soil ... the best. The primary source of water for the ranch is from the Cottle King Water Co-op. Five 10,000-gallon tanks store water, which is distributed by water lines to 23 cattle and wildlife troughs throughout the ranch. There are many stock ponds with some being large and stocked with fish. Over six miles of Wichita River meanders though the northwest quadrant of the ranch. Venado Grande is conveniently located approximately 180 miles west of Dallas/Ft Worth Metroplex, 102 miles north of Abilene, 119 miles east of Lubbock and 215 miles southeast of Amarillo. From Benjamin, Texas, proceed west on Hwy 82 for 8.5 miles the property fronts the right side of Hwy 82. One half of seller-owned minerals will be conveyed.

Sam Vester & Joe Wilson P.O. Box 692090 • San Antonio, T X 78269

210 844-3942 • 214 784-3725 • •


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Heritage Farm

Double Wood Lane

Virginia v Fauquier County v Marshall

Virginia v Clark County v Berryville


Majestically positioned on top of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Cassique Farm consists of 472 acres (nine parcels) that backs up to the national forest and Appalachian Trail. Four-bedroom, 4.5-bath home with spectacular views, huge entertainment barn with eight stalls, two wash


This is a fantastic opportunity to own a rarely available large parcel with 296 acres zoned RA. There is a potential easement credit, three tenant houses and a large pond. Three separate parcels: 6071-09-6237, 607128-8393 and 6072-00-7650. $5,500,000.

bays, eight horse pastures, eight run-in barns, six wells, four septics and two ponds. No detail was left undone; this farm was meticulously designed and cared for. $10,900,000.

Millville Road

Mount Airy


Virginia v Fauquier County v Upperville

Virginia v Loudoun County v Middleburg

This beautiful stone home sits on 40+ acres just minutes from the town of


Extraordinary brick Colonial on 50+ gorgeous acres in prestigious Middleburg. Goose Creek runs through the property. This bright, spacious, Greystone. Over 9,000 square feet of spectacular living space with four-bedroom, five-bath house is perfect for entertaining. There is an open floor three beautifully finished levels. A heated pool, tennis court and with spacious light-filled dining room and living room that open up to decks brilliant gardens overlook a picturesque pond with fabulous mountain and views of Goose Creek. The exquisite eight-stall stone horse barn has a tack room. Additional guesthouse and lot are available. $2,800,000.

views in a private, secluded location. $4,300,000.

Stonebrook Farm

Leith Lane

Virginia v Loudoun County v Lovettsville


Majestic is the only way to describe Stonebrook Farm! The main house


Virginia v Loudoun County v Middleburg

(c.1750) has stone additions (c.1793) and recently underwent a total Hand-forged, custom-designed iron gates lead to this solidly constructed renovation. It has all of the charm of a period home coupled with brick and stone Williamsburg Colonial home. Antique hard pine floors modern amenities. The property has three additional guesthouses, reclaimed wood-beamed ceilings, imported European stone add Old World fantastic horse facilities, riding arena and an 8+-stall barn/living space charm to this exceptionally well maintained home. The custom-designed, sixall situated on 38 stunning acres. Enjoy terraced gardens and patios. stall, center-isle barn has a caretaker’s apartment, office and separate tack and This is a one-of-a-kind property! $2,297,000.

feed room, as well as a 100x200 covered arena. $1,950,000.

Peter Pejacsevich 540 270-3835

540 687-6321

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855.535.0881 Aspen Meadows Ranch – Kremmling, CO 176 acres in the shared ranch community, Grand River Ranch, that offers an assortment of amenities including equestrian center, two fishing camps, sporting clays range and guest lodge. $7,000,000 – Contact Ron Morris Bar X Ranch – Colorado Springs, CO Conveniently located minutes from Colorado Springs with privacy on 35.16 acres with home, barn and arena. $849,999 – Contact Happy Broussard Big Game Hunting Camp – Fairplay, CO Successful big game outfitting business on 35 acres that has been in operation for over twenty years. With several cabins, year-round stream, and near the permitted hunting areas in the South Park Ranger District. $550,000 – Contact Hoss Port Bonsall Farm - Bonsall, CA 140+ acre Hacienda estate & working ranch, avocado and citrus groves, horse facilities, manager’s homes, pools, ranch office, gardens, and barn. $11,950,000 – Contact Billy Long

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

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 $2.9 million.

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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

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Cartal Ranch – Del Rio, TX 2,690 acres with over 2 miles of Sycamore Creek, along with artesian springs and two water wells. Improvements include barns, residence, hunting lodge, swimming pool and two ranch entrances. Seller will convey 50% of mineral rights. $3,378,786 – Contact Happy Broussard Chaney Ranch – New Castle, CO 20+ acre ranch is every horse lover’s dream. Surrounded by white panel fencing, irrigated pastures, historic brick farmhouse, bright red classic barn with loft, vet clinic, wash rack, stallion stall and pen; new 10-stall metal barn with turnouts; hay barn; outdoor arena and round pen. $1,495,000 – Contact Mike Deer Chaparral Lakes Ranch – Redding, CA 400 private acres near national parks, retail, airport, with wildlife and development potential. $1,250,000 – Contact Billy Long Clear Creek Retreat – Buffalo, WY Located just four miles west of the town of Buffalo with a mile of Clear Creek that meanders through 68 acres. Stands of tall mature trees open up to spectacular views of the Bighorn Mountains making this the ideal small private ranch retreat. $1,595,000 – Contact Matt Johnston or Ron Morris Cripple Creek Ranch – Cripple Creek, CO 152 prime mountain acres with luxury improvements near Cripple Creek. With a custom log home that totals nearly 5,000 sq.ft. and has 6 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. $1,570,000 – Contact Duane Daskam Cross Bar Ranch – Oakalla, TX Motivated Seller – Impressive 343 acre ranch is located 45 minutes north of Austin and 15 minutes from Lampasas. The ranch has a spectacular hill-top 5,886 sq.ft., three-level, Douglas fir lodge/residence built from massive imported logs from British Columbia with a commercial metal roof. $4,650,000 – Contact Happy Broussard

Crowley Ranch Headquarters – Ordway, CO Consists of an exceptionally large 6,000 sq.ft. country home with 100+/- acres in northern Crowley County, Colorado. There is a large metal shop/barn, roping arena, several additional outbuildings and pens, plus grain storage facilities. $695,000 – Contact Duane Daskam 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 Dome Peak Ranch – Yampa, CO 960 acres between Vail and Steamboat Springs with privacy, scenic vistas, wildlife and hunting. $2,950,000 – Contact Carl Luppens Edwards Ranch Land – Colorado Springs, CO 640 deeded acres of high quality prairie pastures plus 80 acres of state lease land located within the boundaries. $960,000 – Contact Duane Daskam Elk Mountain Ranch – Westcliffe, CO Private 325-acre ranch that lies in the wet mountains near Colorado Springs. A custom-built home, workshop and caretaker’s home with unobstructed views of the awe-inspiring Sangre de Cristo Mountain range. $2,495,000 – Contact Hoss Port Emma Farms – Basalt, CO Private 136.2-acre historic ranch with vested development rights just 20 minutes from downtown Aspen. Divided into 7 lots surrounding 75 acres of open space protected by a conservation easement. $10,900,000 – Contact Billy Long Gray Ghost Ranch – Pueblo, CO 8,000±-acre cattle and sportsman’s ranch that lies in the foothills of the Central Rocky Mountains, just seven miles west of Pueblo. $8,000,000 – Contact Ryan Tatsch

Fazenda Das Pedras – Westcliffe, CO Custom equestrian property on 140 acres in the Wet Mountain Valley with log home, log guest lodge, log horse barn, second horse barn, equestrian training equipment, outdoor arena, storage and equipment buildings, next to public lands for endless trails. $2,200,000 – Contact Ron Morris or Richard Peterson Half Moon Bar Lodge – Agness, OR Beautiful 80 acre recreation ranch surrounded by thousands of acres of remote wilderness with frontage on the remarkable wild and scenic lower Rogue River. $2,400,000 – Contact Billy Long Hanna Creek Ranch - Big Horn, WY 17-acre turn-key equestrian ranch surrounded by spectacular mountain views on eastern slope of Big Horn Mtns. with 3,000+ sq. ft. ranch home, horse facilities with outdoor arena, barn with office, and loafing sheds. $895,000 – Contact Doug Haye La Mesa Vista Ranchsssssssss – Quemado, NM 9,000+ acres tucked into magnificent canyons, and home to world-class elk, mule deer, bobcat and antelope population. Truly a sportsman’s and wildlife lover’s paradise. $3,300,000 – Contact Ron Morris

Lower Trout Creek Camp – Fairplay, CO Unique 140-acre ranch comprised of four 35-acre parcels with year-round stream, domestic well, stocked fishing pond, several small cabins that sleep over 20 people. Previously used as a base camp for big game outfitters and summer pasture for cattle. $675,000 – Contact Hoss Port Mahoney Ranch – Glade Park, CO Situated in a spectacular and predominately private hunting area known for trophy bull elk and deer. This 588-acre ranch is surrounded by several natural wonders: Colorado National Monument, Pinon Mesa (containing a portion of Grand Mesa National Forest) and McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area. $1,495,000 – Contact Billy Long or Mike Deer Marshall Ranch – Del Rio, TX 2,551-acre game ranch southeast of Del Rio, with property line adjoining Laughlin Air Force base. Stocked with white-tail deer and turkey, manager’s home, hunting cabin, barns, storage, cattle pens and horse stalls and 50% of the mineral rights. $2,909,351 – Contact Happy Broussard Maytag Mountain Ranch – Westcliffe, CO 100-acre parcels with upscale shared-amenity Maytag Mountain Ranch access to luxury lodge and cabins. Priced from $450,000 – Contact Billy Long or Ron Morris

Lava Lakes Ranch – Montague, CA 5,640 acres of paradise, has six beautiful lakes, abundant wildlife, irrigated meadows, massive 14,000 sq. ft. home, guest home, barns and corrals. Operated as a nature preserve and working cattle ranch. $12,000,000 – Contact Billy Long

Meridian Canyon Ranch – Sargent, NB The 2,336-acre ranch defines the idea of a turnkey wildlife ranch and hunting preserve. Every detail necessary to make a world-class hunting experience has been included in what is obviously a one-of-akind property. $4,500,000 – Contact Ron Morris

Little Trout Ranch – Oak Creek, CO 3,397 acres of diverse terrain and cover, located 20 miles from Steamboat Springs and one mile from town of Oak Creek. $5,950,000 – Contact Christy Belton

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

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(Ranch Marketing Associates, continued) Naruna Ranch – Lampasas, TX 1,315-acre Hill Country cattle, hunting and recreation ranch with two creeks flowing through it located 90 minutes northwest of Austin. $3,945,000 – Contact Happy Broussard Oklahoma Stud Ranch – Purcell, OK Premier 400-acre breeding and training facility formed in 1974, the Oklahoma Stud Ranch has still got its mark on the quarter horse and thoroughbred breeding industry. $3,987,000 – Contact Billy Long, Ryan Tatsch, or Mike Deer Peaceful Valley Ranch – Hartville, WY The scenic, 407.5-acre Peaceful Valley Ranch situated along the Rawhide Range is a rare opportunity for a private, small ranch in big country. $357,000 – Contact Ron Morris River Canyon Ranch – Wagon Mound, CO Over 10,000 acres along the Canadian River with incredible canyon views. Recreation and horse ranch includes a 3,800 sq. ft. Mediterranean style Main Residence, River House, organic fruit and vegetable garden, large shop, three-stall horse barn, and arena. $7,800,000 – Contact Ron Morris or Ryan Tatsch Soaring Eagle Ranch – Virginia Dale, CO Uniquely positioned in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains just south of the Wyoming border in northern Colorado, the 2,047-acre Soaring Eagle Ranch offers the utmost in privacy and seclusion with masterpiece improvements in a beautiful mountain setting. $18,300,000 – Contact Ron Morris Stroh Ranch – Walsenburg, CO This ranching operation consists of approximately 5,190 deeded acres, 4,240 BLM lease acres, 640 state lease acres* and roughly 4,740 private lease acres. This land has magnificent beauty with the Cucharas River going through it, with deep rocky canyons, rolling high prairie pastures and range land with cedar covered hills. $3,750,000 – Contact Duane Daskam

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Sunshine Cattle Company – Redding, CA 375-acres offering a rare development opportunity bordering the city limits of Redding, with private reservoir and seasonal stream. Supports 30-35 cattle year-round, and has 30 acres of irrigated pasture from the private Reese Reservoir. $2,200,000 – Contact Billy Long 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

California Outdoor Properties

707 455-4444 Keene Ranch $15,900,000 - 8,940.04 acres, cattle, equestrian, hunting, developmental land, riding & hiking trials, just 2 hours from downtown Los Angeles, Kern County Estero Americano Ranch $12,700,000 – 1,118 acres, certified organic, 50 miles to San Francisco, first time on market in 150 years, 22 natural springs, ponds & reservoirs, Marin County Cottonwood Creek Ranch $8,900,000 – 294 +/acres, equestrian center, 11,106 sf home, irrigated pastures, class 1,2, & 3 soils. Great orchard potential, Tehama County

White Oak Ranch $9,500,000 – 12,385 acres, 2 homes, excellent hunting, plenty of water, runs 600 pairs, Colusa County The New PBM Farms $7,750,000 - 2,870 acres, organic alfalfa & barely production, 9 wells over 19,300 gpm. 5 homes, 2 barns, shops, outbuildings, scales, & grain silos. Siskiyou County Briscoe Creek Ranch $6,250,000 – 8,184 acres, 7 ponds, trout fishing, hunting, run cattle, equestrian, Glenn County Rivers Edge Ranch $5,395,000 – 567 acres, 450 +/under production. Average 8-9 ton per acre, annual production 3600-4050 ton. 4,400 sf home, storage, pole/livestock barns, corrals, & loading chute. Lassen County Toogood Estate Winery $4,750,000 – 40 acre profitable & growing wine operation located in the Fair Play AVA. On site vineyards, wine production facility, wines caves & equipment. El Dorado County Longview Ranch $4,750,000 – 422 acre equestrian ranch, 6,000 sf home, 5,750 sf guest home, pebbletech swimming pool w/carved rock waterfall & entertainment area,10 stall horse barn, pasture, round pen, hunting, Calaveras County Hurner Tule Elk Ranch $4,633,440 - 1544 acres, year round pond, seasonal streams, excellent hunting, Santa Clara County Lost Valley Ranch $3,750,000 - 2027 acres, 895 acres irrigated, 4 ag wells, creek and pond, 350 mother cows year round, Modoc County Big Valley Ranch Modoc County $3,600,000 1,737 +/- acres, 800 acres irrigated, runs 800 pair, 38,000 private grazing, home, barn, recreation & hunting, Modoc County

The Humphrey Ranch $3,500,000 – 2,291 acres, 400 cow, 700 acres irrigated, 200 acres forest, balance in upland grazing, Lassen County

Triple Creek Ranch $2,350,000 – 336 acres, 2,274 sf home w/breezeway, workshop, carport, & garage. 4 ponds, hunting, & fishing. Siskiyou County

Alder Creek Ocean Ranch $3,500,000 – 266 acres, ocean frontage, 2 homes, livestock, barn, & outbuildings. Mendocino County

Picayune Lake $2,000,000 – 640 acres, 1,100 sf mountain cabin overlooking lake, TPZ zoning, hunting, fishing, recreation, just 30 minutes to Mt. Shasta, Trinity County

Sunshine Ranch $3,495,000 – 288.5 acres, 185 irrigated acres/high altitude alfalfa hay, 7,338 sf home, hay barns, livestock barns, runs 50 +/- pair for summer, Shasta County Greenwood Creek Ranch $3,300,000 – 553 acres, 2,608 sf home, 2 large shops, hay barn, caretaker residence, year round creek, pond, 6 fenced pastures, hiking, fishing, hunting, & ATVing, El Dorado County No Fences Hay Ranch $3,000,000 – 320 +/- acres under production, high altitude timothy hay, 7 ton per acreage average, 3 wells, 3 pole barns, 1,250 sf home, storage, shop, Shasta County East Park Ranch $2,900,000 - 1989 acres, 200 pair/ season, 8 ponds, 6 wells, Colusa County West Valley Ranch $2,700,000 - 3342 acres, West Valley Reservoir lays primarily within ranch, 225 pair/season, Modoc County Pioneer Apartments $2,600,000 – 50 unit apartment complex, centrally located, close to schools, shopping, & parks. Great investment opportunity, Shasta County Horse Mountain Ranch $2,500,000 - 5400 acres, working commercial ranch, 258 mother cows, grows alfalfa, grass hay, Modoc County Lomas Cantadas Ranch $2,500,000 – 27 acres, zoned for large residential estate, minutes away from San Francisco & Tilden Regional Park, state renowned school system, Contra Costa County

Luxury Lakeshore Home $1,999,000 – Lakefront 5,718 sq ft home w/private beach & dock, & boat lift, guest house, & 3 car garage. Nevada County Sierra Buttes Wilderness Lake $1,985,000 Extremely rare, still privately owned, this one of a kind 98 acre lakefront parcel in the Sierra Buttes/ Lake Basin offers an unspoiled feel of wilderness, Sierra County Rough & Ready Cattle Co. $1,975,000 - 453 acres, runs 60 head, irrigation, 3 ponds, 2400 sf home, 1300 sf foreman’s home, Siskiyou County Oasis Springs Ranch $1,975,000 – 1,863 acres, year round & seasonal springs, creeks & ponds, recreation, hunting, grazing, mostly fenced, Tehama County Dutch Gulch Ranch $1,950,000 - 1357 acres, 7 legal parcels, 2 wells, 2 seasonal creeks, seasonal and year round ponds, Shasta County Woodland Stallion Station $1,850,000 – 100 +/- acres, equestrian center, indoor arena, lighted outdoor arena, 54 box stalls, 4 barns, 26 covered paddocks, and more! Yolo County Albion River Park $1,700,000 - 48 acre RV & Campground Park. Property sits at the mouth of the Albion River and goes up the river for over 3700 feet. 4 homes, boat ramp & docks and lots of recreation playground. Mendocino County

Gold Run $1,500,000 - 801 acres, 23 parcels, Hiking, horseback riding, mountain bikes, or ATVS. Development & income possibilities, river frontage, & recreation. Placer County Tuscan Springs Hide-A-Way $1,500,000 – 240 acres, creeks & mineral springs, pond, cave, seasonal waterfalls, isolated & secluded. Tehama County Battle Creek Ranch $1,499,000 – 586 acres of mountain property, trout filled ponds, Pope & Young bear, deer, turkey hunting, equestrian facility, & 6 cabins. Tehama County HP Heifer Ranch $1,495,000 – 342 acres, irrigated pasture, creek frontage, 2 domestic wells, 2 homes, 2 hay barns, working corrals, feed pens, covered troughs, Siskiyou County Hawley Ranch $1,475,000 – 233 acres, over 2 miles of Bear River frontage, year round stream, lots of grass and home sites, cattle grazing, & hunting, Nevada County Hi Vista Ranch $1,423,400 – 650 acres, possibilities abound: dream ranch, agriculture, solar farm, mitigation land, and more. Los Angeles County Girl on the Hill Boutique Vineyard & Lavender $ 1,330,000 – 46.12 acres, home, 2.5 acres of boutique lavender, 20x40 salt pool, amazing views day or night, Solano County GV Farms $1,300,000 - 305 acres, working commercial cattle ranch that grows 260 acres of alfalfa & orchard grass hay, 2 wells, pivot, wheel lines, homes, barns, shop. Modoc County High Country Inn $1,123,000 – 2.55 acres, trout filled pond, beautiful home would work well for a shared ownership and/or Bed & Breakfast. Sierra County

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(California Outdoor Properties, continued) River Ranch $1,100,000 – 41 acres, 1,000 feet frontage on the South Fork American River. 2bd/2 bath home, Fishing, rafting, & swimming. Private and close to town. El Dorado County Bidden Creek Ranch $1,099,000 – 51.4 acres, 3,700 sf home w/ 5beds/3 baths. Salmon, steelhead, & trout fishing. Currently supports 3 head of cattle. Trinity County Frenchman’s Lake Meadows $1,099,000 – 282 acres, 6 lots, 2 fresh streams, hunting, fishing, Plumas County Little Sierra Valley West Canyon $1,049,000 347 acres, varying terrain including pastures and timberland, Plumas County North Fork of the Yuba River $999,000 – 156.22 acres, well built home enjoys 1/4 mile riverfront right off the huge redwood deck. Every imaginable mountain recreational activity is on the property or very closely accessible. Sierra County Rock N’ Oaks Ranch $994,900 - 12.81 acres, 2686 sf custom home, solid granite, gourmet kitchen, brazillion hardwood, infinity edge pebble sheen pool, guest home, barn, tack room, arena, and more. El Dorado County East of Adin $950,000 - 640 acres, 35 acres irrigated, year round creeks, springs, seasonal ponds, 2890 sf home, Modoc County Pomeroy Ranch $950,000 – 21 acre equestrian facility w/large indoor arena, outdoor arena, cutting pen, & round pen. 3bed/2bath home, cattle facilities, barns, tack rooms, shop, & multiple paddocks. Nevada County Little Sierra Valley Ranch East $899,000 - 282.61 acres, varying terrain including pastures and timberland, Plumas County Red Rock Ranch $895,000 - 944.76 acres, 150 cow/ calf pair for summer, cabin, barn, corrals, fenced, Lassen County

P J Ranch $895,000 - 85 acres, 3680 sf ranch home, fully restored barn, very clean property, a gentleman ranch, Lassen County

360 Acres contiguous to the Circle F Ranch - Great for hunting & recreation. Pastures, seasonal creek and a rustic hunting cabin. $750,000

Magonigal Ranch $895,000 – 104 acres, grassland w/studded oak trees, gorgeous views, multiple home sites, privacy, seasonal creeks, & springs. Placer County

66-Acre Equestrian Property - Dazzling 20 stall stables with offices, vaulted ceiling reception hall, tack room, grooming area & more. Matching barn with apartment, paddocks, pastures. Abundant water with a creek on the property. Large older home, too. Priced way below replacement value! $1,490,000

Home on Coffee Creek $849,000 - The 5100 sq ft home sits right on Coffee Creek, a year round fishing paradise; perfect for friends and family. 440 feet of creek frontage, 2 car garage and large storage area. Trinity County Tulelake Flyaway Ranch $800,000 – 800 acres consisting of 2 parcels, old well & cabin, great hunting opportunities: mule deer, upland birds, & waterfowl. Recreational property and outdoor getaway. Siskiyou County Ojai Overlook $800,000 – 47.74 acres, panoramic views, equestrian property, building sites, Ventura County

The Ranch Specialists Jim Redd / Four Star Realty

707-444-9234 Kevin Sullivan / Kevin Sullivan Realty, Inc.

707-485-5834 Circle F Ranch - 3,200±Acres in California’s beautiful Mendocino County, near Boonville. Great for hunting and recreation. Lush pastures and the abundant water includes creeks and a stocked pond. 3 bedroom, 2 bath home overlooking the former vineyard- now fallow. Recently reduced to $4,500,000.

Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC 307 334-2025 307 760-9510 406 697-3961 PRAIRIE CENTER RANCH-Goshen County, WY: 1,439± deeded acres located 12 miles NE of Jay Em. Ample water. Historically, owner grazes 125 pairs during summer months. Nice improvements including two homes. $1,400,000 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 POMPEYS RANCH ON THE YELLOWSTONEYellowstone County, MT: Conveniently located just outside of Billings with 160± total acres: 60 acres of irrigated ground, grass filled river bottoms and updated barns and corrals. Abundant wildlife and Yellowstone River frontage. $850,000 INDIAN CANYON RANCH—Fall River County SD: Exquisite beauty throughout 1,450± total acres: 1000± deeded, 450± BLM lease. Nice improvements. Elk, deer, turkeys & upland game birds. $1,500,000

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Volume 57 Farm&Ranch West

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 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 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 3.5 miles southeast of Sundance. $875,000

Fay Ranches, Inc

800-238-8616 Foster Creek Farm-MT-REDUCED $1,750,000-Greg Fay/Branif Scott Circle Lazy H Ranch-WY-REDUCED $8,250,000-Mike Jorgenson Judith River Cast and Blast-MT-REDUCED $3,500,000-Bill & Kim Boyce White Horse Ranch-ID $2,800,000-Dave Halgerson Old Railroad Ranch-MT-NEW $4,200,000-James Esperti

AMAZING CUSTOM HOME on private wooded lot in Stonebridge. 4BR/4.5B w/top of the line amenities. Also an extra 3 car garage w/guest apartment. $895,000! COUNTRY ESTATE — 3BR/2.5B on 4.15 acres in gated community just S of Athens w/wbfp, screenedin porch & unbelievable quality creating the ultimate living experience. $659,500 RED OAK HILL – Approx. 12.414 pristine, rolling acres w/a custom crafted 4BR/3FB & 2HB home w/ lrg family room w/vaulted ceiling, wbfp & built-in cabinets, kitchen w/center work isle, set-up bar & brick floors, upstairs study, office, covered patio, 2 car garage, workshop & storage bldg. A nature refuge in the heart of Athens w/beautiful landscaped grounds & massive red oaks! $595,000 110 ACRES NEAR LAKE ATHENS — Very scenic w/’92 2BR/2B/2 ranch home w/office, caretaker’s home, barn & shed, 4 ponds, lake, spring creek w/60% open & balance in timber & lots of wildlife (deer, hogs, duck, varmints & fish). $595,000 8931 HWY 175 WEST — Great 4BR/3.5B home w/office & sunroom, 3,287 sf on 64+ acres w/ 2 ponds. $549,000 AN EAST TEXAS CLASSIC — 78.890 rolling acreage w/open & wooded areas, 3 ponds, barn w/holding pens, tack room & stalls and unique 1,280 vintage home w/authentic beams, metal roof & more. Ideal family retreat that exudes character & quality! $449,000 8040 ZEBRA CROSSING, LARUE — Located in the fantastic Safari Waters, gated community. Special custom constructed & designed 5BR/4B home on 5.38 wooded acres on semi-private lake. Ideal for family gatherings, this spacious floorplan offers a fabulous lifestyle. $364,500


Joe Demko, Broker/Owner • 972 467-3008 Ranch Website: 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.

Stuart Ranches H. Stuart

337-376-2851 Coveted Hunting Ranches for Sale in Coahuila, Mexico. Meticulously developed by hunters for hunters. Choose from six improved parcels featuring quality deer, ducks, quail, dove and turkey, just minutes south of the border. All feature plenty of water, dove fields, some fencing, feeders, abundant wildlife and graded roads. RANCHO MELADO: 4,860 acres, $5,800,000 RANCHO SAN ANTONIO: 9,450 acs., $11,340,000 LAKE RANCH: 4,400 acres, $8,800,000 RANCHO COAHUILA: 27,000 acres, $16,200,000 RANCHO SAN JUAN: 5,000 acres, $4,000,000 RANCHO SAN YSIDRO: 23,750 acres, $14,250,000 For more info, visit; email; or call 337-376-2851.

Dun Romin Ranch On The Big Hole River-MT $1,995,000-Branif Scott Good Medicine Ranch-MT $1,895,000-Mike DeShore Horse Shoe Ranch-OR-REDUCED $950,000-Rob Ezell Western Sunsets Ranch-OR-REDUCED $1,899,000-Jerry Hicks Rainbow Canyon Ranch-WY $5,250,000-John Watson

Steve Grant Real Estate Athens, Texas

903 675-3503 903 675-3536 fax THE WINNERS OF DROVERS MAGAZINE “CATTLE RANCH OF THE WEEK” IN 2010 — 106+ acre ranch w/well maintained pastures w/high yield of hay in secure location just minutes from Athens. Incredible offering w/3BR/2B brick home w/2 car garage, 2 lrg pole barns, lrg enclosed shop/barn w/ tack room & magnificent trees. $676,500

Ever After

A World-Class Equestrian Facility page 54

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