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Matching the distinctive personalities of

beauty of the landscape. Our homes are much made it a point to hire local workers when

its clients with the home of their dreams is more than a roof overhead, they are quality building outside of my local confines. Great a specialty of The Pethel Group. You might built, aesthetically beautiful and substantial. I Falls and the small community of Belt are both say it is a family tradition. Matthew Pethel

take each project personally, it is a reflection filled with wonderful people who are friendly,

is carrying on his father’s (Freddie Pethel’s) of who I am,” said Matthew.

smart and understand what it takes to build

vision of providing each customer with a

quality homes. Our recent Montana projects

Building in Montana and across the Great

Natural Element Home uniquely tailored to North West has offered many challenges for have forged relationships with talented and each lifestyle and dream.

a construction company with roots in the forward thinking tradesmen who have richly

“I believe, like you, that your dream home beautiful North Georgia mountains. Building blessed our group. should not only reflect your personality but it a relationship with local tradesmen and

The Pethel Group is poised to design and

should be situated on the land to preserve the experts has been a priority. “I have always build throughout the North West States. You


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“I take each project personally, it is a reflection of who I am.”

are invited to visit the Ranches at Belt Creek

process of planning, designing, and building

(Montana) to see fine examples of their a home should not be difficult and stressful. Natural Element Homes. Situated about 30

Instead, you should have a pleasurable and

minutes from the Great Falls International

memorable experience,” says Pethel. “This

Airport, Belt will show to the prospective land

is why we use Natural Element Homes as

buyer a rare, shared ranch community that is

our primary provider of design services

visionary and progressive.

and building materials. Natural Element

When asked why he thought someone Homes is a Tennessee-based company with should hire a group of southerners to build

manufacturing and supply operations in

their home here in the West, Pethel smiled several locations, including the North West and said, “We are people who aspire to many USA. Their selection of home designs and of the same things in life that our clients do.

custom design services are wonderful, and

Our word is our bond. When I hand my clients


the keys to their new home, I know that I not

capabilities, and technical support allow us to

only have a satisfied customer but that I have

design and build the greatest homes on earth.”

also developed a great friendship.” The Pethel Group believes in the philoso-




“People who choose a Natural Element Home want something different, a home that

phy that face-to-face contact is the best way is a notch above the usual cookie-cutter design to do business. It is a simple principle shoul-

and reflects their taste and lifestyle,” said Pethel.

dered by hard-working and dedicated, family

“We help you create a home that is uniquely

your building site and for you.” “If you have property out west and are planning to build your home of homes or your home away from home, the Pethel Group may be your answer,” says Pethel. “Our customers have the need for a pleasurable, stress-free experience that is comprehensive in nature. We are truly a one-stop-shop and provide everything needed to build a new home. We have in-house design services, log and timber manufacturing facilities, and we can build anywhere in the North West USA. We also facilitate site planners, interior designers, lighting professionals, financing options, solar and geothermal professionals, landscape architecture, and green building standards. Everything you need is under our roof!” v

oriented employees and professionals who you. You can start with a home plan from our love what they do and take great pride in

library, or we can start your design from scratch,

their accomplishments.

borrowing inspiration from our portfolio of For more information, please contact Matthew Pethel at 770-287-2839. You can of our design team to meet on your property to visit the Pethel Group’s website at create a custom home design that is perfect for

Having aligned itself with Natural Element home designs. We also have Jim Klippel as part Homes, the Pethel Group offers a great experience when building a new home. “The

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Professionally Designed Equestrian Facilities page 67

Harris Ranch page 56

Miller Prairie page 74

Red Lightning Ranch page 55

Table Rock Ranch page 66

Spanish Peaks Bella Vista page 36

Premier California Ranches page 65

The World-Renowned Shamrock Ranch page 64

Trout Creek page 31

Tonahutu Creek Ranch page 53

From the National Account Manager Welcome to the 58th issue of Farm & Ranch West! We are pleased to feature Land and Wildlife’s incredible Cable Creek Ranch listing from the beautiful state of Oregon on this issue’s cover. Bordered on two sides by national forest, with more than 37,000 acres in the Blue Mountains, including a 7,500-square-foot owner’s retreat, 2 runways, a trap shooting range, custom 5-bay shop and a prosperous cattle and hunting operation, this property has something for everyone. Find details on page 18. James Taylor of Hall & Hall has written an interesting, timely piece on market trends in investment-grade real estate which you can find on page 16. I also want to point out the great retail advertisers in this issue who can help you find, of b Turner finance, design and build the home of your dreams. t-Elect Bo en d si re P nd stitute Christy a rs Land In I recently returned from the National Land Conference of the Realtors Land the Realto Institute in Tucson, Arizona, where Realtors who specialize in land gathered for education and networking. RLI put on a great event and I was reminded of the truly expansive breadth and depth of knowledge these professionals have developed and continue to maintain to serve and bring value to you, the buyers and sellers. If you are considering purchasing or selling property, there is no better place to find the assistance you need than from the brokers between the covers of this magazine. We hope 2015 is the year you take that leap!


Cato Crazy Woman Ranch Wyoming � Johnson County � 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 � Niobrara County � 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-

Mormon Canyon Ranch

lot. The ranch is rated as a 250 cow/calf operation year-round. $4,750,000. Wyoming � Converse County � 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


307 334-2025

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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Congratulations to Clark and Associates on the sale of the Cato Crazy Woman Ranch in the Powder River Basin. The historic ranch encompasses almost 80 contiguous square miles of productive and picturesque land and had a list price of $17.5 million.

Did You Know?… Women now farm or co-farm 301 million acres in the U.S. That’s 1/3 of our nation’s farming acres. (Source: American Farmland Trust)

On the Cover ... ™

Garrett Zoller 541 944-8821 cell Tim O’Neil 541 480-3682 cell

Cable Creek Ranch

in Umatilla County, Oregon


See page 18

BEST OF THE WEST 34 v Escalera Ranch Listed by Capture Colorado LLC

FARM & RANCH SELECTS 82 v Mustang Creek Ranch Listed by Adkins & Associates and DMTX Realty Coldwell Banker United

84 River Crossing Ranch v

Listed by LANDTX

FARM & RANCH FEATURES 06 Go West, Young Man v

The Pethel Group and Natural Element Homes

REFERENCE 12 v Broker Index 14 v Property Index & Map

CLASSIFIEDS 86 v Additional Properties in the Marketplace Farm & Ranch: Property IDs Find additional information about properties of interest by visiting and entering the number into the Property ID search field on our homepage.

Bay View Ranch California v Sonoma County Sonoma Wine Country page 65

16 v Rancher’s Corner Market Trends in Investment-Quality Rural Real Estate By James H. Taylor with Hall and Hall Volume 58 Farm&Ranch West


broker index Adkins & Associates.......... 58, 61

Colorado Ranch Company......53

Arnold Realty Inc....................... 71

Crater Lake Realty, Inc..............63

Avery Land..................................33

DMTX Realty Coldwell Banker United...........82

Bachman & Associates Inc......42

LANDTX......................................84 Keaty Real Estate........................77 Kevin Sullivan Realty, Inc.................................64 King Land & Water...................80


Fay Ranches Inc.........................60

Boulder Mountain Realty, Inc.................77

LIV Sotheby’s International Realty................... 31

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

California Agricultural Properties, Inc.......70

Fuller Real Estate........................62

California Outdoor Properties...................24

Land and Wildlife............... 18, 22 ®

Live Water Properties................50

Gunn & Associates Real Estate....................... 74

Lone Eagle Land Brokerage, Inc..................59

Capture Colorado......................34

Hall and Hall...............................66

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

Harrigan Land Company LLC....38

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

Mark Hubbard Ranch Properties........................... 79

Hayden Outdoors......................26

Mason & Morse Ranch Company........................69

Hebbard & Webb, Inc.......................................58

Mason Real Estate Inc................46

Coldwell Banker Morris - Oregon..........................54 Coldwell Banker Trails West Realty, LTD............37


Trails West Realty, LTD.

Schilling Yosemite Ranch page 25


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Long Realty-Benson.................. 76

Jordan & Co. Real Estate......... 51

Dancing Wind Ranch page 51

Mirr Ranch Group.....................40

Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty Ren Martyn...........................................................30

Montana Wyoming West Ranch Brokerage........................56

Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty Pam Vanatta.........................................................28

Newman Realty..........................72

Stuart Ranches............................57

Oregon Opportunities Real Estate...................................67

Summit Sotheby’s International Realty...................32

Osmond Real Estate..................75 Pacific Union International..... 61 Prospect Realty Inc....................73

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Managing Editor Jamie Destouet

Swan Land Company................44 National Account Manager

Upper Yampa Realty, Inc..........75 Van Cleve Associates.................52 Van Cleve Associates


Vanguard Properties.................. 76

Rieber Realty Colorado.............55

Wilburn Ranch Brokerage....... 74

Christy Payne Production Manager Karen Little Photo Editor Pedro Almaraz Director of Social Media & Communications

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property index Acres± County



69............... Cochise..................76 97............... Yavapai.................. 58

Acres± County


Page Acres± County

3................. Douglas.................31 23............... Jefferson................31 35............... Huerfano.............. 43 35............... Larimer................. 69 37............... San Miguel........... 33

Page Acres± County

1,400......... Douglas................ 39 1,500......... Pueblo................... 26 1,577......... Delta...................... 46 1,720......... Mesa...................... 47 1,855......... Delta...................... 47 3,247......... San Miguel........... 40


Page Acres± County

39............... Deschutes............ 54 70............... Josephine............. 22

2,777......... Carbon.................. 39 12,341....... Albany................... 72

143............. Jackson................. 23

66,000...... Carbon.................. 69

175............. Jackson................. 67

69,550...... Natrona................. 48

43............... Hinsdale............... 73

3,400......... Delta...................... 30

175............. Idaho..................... 60

49............... Las Animas.......... 42

3,400......... Gunnison............. 30

294............ Jackson................. 67

50............... Huerfano.............. 36

3,400......... Montrose . ........... 30

363............ Jackson................. 67 395............ Klamath................ 63

4,227......... Pueblo................... 38

431............. Klamath................ 63

5,034......... Routt......................41

500............ Jackson................. 23

320............ Sherman............... 26

5,056......... Huerfano.............. 66

660............ Klamath................ 63


71............... Douglas................ 55 74............... Routt..................... 30 75............... San Miguel........... 33 90............... Park....................... 50 100............. San Miguel........... 73 113............. Routt..................... 29 116............. Grand.................... 53 120............ San Miguel........... 33 127............ Jefferson................31 132............ Jefferson............... 62 139............ Las Animas.......... 43 150............ Mesa...................... 46

8,686......... Routt..................... 29 20,282...... Moffat.................... 27 28,190....... Ouray.................... 59 46,700...... Las Animas.......... 40

Idaho 24............... Teton..................... 50


1,039......... Jackson................. 67 1,187......... Lake....................... 54 1,308......... Jackson................. 22 1,955......... Morrow..................74 3,500......... Crook.................... 60 5,817......... Wallowa................ 22



155............ Routt..................... 28

378............ Carbon.................. 49

160............. Mesa...................... 47

473............ Beaverhead.......... 45

571............ Summit................. 32

160............. Routt..................... 30

678............ Lewis and Clark. 45

812............. Summit................. 32

160............. Routt..................... 75

1,749......... Park........................51

177............. Montrose.............. 59

1,967......... Park........................51

15,200....... Utah...................... 44

2,411......... Ravalli................... 66 3,000......... Lewis and Clark. 44


3,017......... Deer Lodge.......... 66

689............ Kittitas.................. 23

3,400......... Powell.................... 45


30............... Utah...................... 75 53............... Wayne................... 77

8,595......... Rich....................... 44 15,200....... Carbon.................. 44

271............ Routt..................... 28

200............ Siskiyou................ 54

275............ Eagle.......................41

3,487......... Powell.................... 45

272............ Sonoma................ 65

280............ Routt..................... 30

10,390....... Garfield................. 56

136............ Goshen................. 48

320............ Shasta.................... 25

286............ Montrose.............. 59

12,169....... Sweet Grass......... 60

155............ Fremont................ 62

1,000......... Plumas.................. 65

377............ Grand.................... 53 390............ Huerfano.............. 42


160............. Teton..................... 60 186............ Crook.....................71

391............. Grand.................... 53

7,320......... Eastern Nevada....74

213............. Johnson................ 48

391............. Gunnison............. 39 428............ Routt..................... 29

New Mexico

285............ Goshen................. 72

441............. Huerfano.............. 34

120............ Santa Fe................ 37

2,575......... Colusa................... 70

455............ Park....................... 62

350............ Catron................... 69

2,655......... Plumas.................. 65

495............ San Miguel........... 33

518............. Rio Arriba............. 50

2,870......... Siskiyou................ 24

500............ Gunnison............. 46

2,995......... Tehama................. 65

560............ Eagle...................... 53

3,680......... Mariposa.............. 25 7,000......... Humboldt............ 64 7,300......... Kern...................... 66

600............ Garfield................. 69 662............ Montrose...............41 665............ Routt..................... 66 785............ Routt..................... 66 800............ Routt..................... 28

220............ Fremont................ 56 351............. Goshen................. 48 435............ Weston...................71 442............ Crook.....................71

448............ Scotts Bluff........... 72 452............ Scotts Bluff........... 72 1,920......... Kimball................. 69

North Dakota 4,867......... McKenzie............. 49

South Dakota 1,450......... Fall River.............. 49

Texas 855............ Hays...................... 83 973............ Palo Pinto............. 68 1,936......... Presidio................. 80 4,159......... Presidio..................81 6,500......... McCulloch........... 84 6,500......... San Saba............... 84 7,800......... Val Verde.............. 80 8,317.......... Val Verde.............. 79 11,420....... Crockett................ 80

1,260......... San Miguel........... 68

746............. Goshen................. 72

12,500....... Presidio..................81

1,374......... Rio Arriba............. 27

762............. Converse.............. 26

23,482...... Brewster................81

1,689......... Roosevelt.............. 69 2,300......... San Miguel........... 44 3,082......... Colfax................... 38 4,878......... Colfax................... 38

8,940......... Kern...................... 24

1,040......... Huerfano.............. 62

5,000......... Santa Fe................ 68

1,040......... Routt..................... 30

8,160......... Catron................... 39

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

1,096......... Park....................... 36

43,301....... Socorro................. 68

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13............... Crook.....................71

157............ Saunders.............. 27 391............. Thayer................... 27

560............ Goshen................. 72

16,000....... Tehama................. 52


4,860......... Coahuila............... 57 5,000......... Coahuila............... 57 9,450......... Coahuila............... 57

160............. Napa.......................61

3,147......... Colusa................... 70

Mexico 23,750...... Coahuila............... 57

320............ Park....................... 50

198............ Mesa...................... 47

270............ Tangipahoa.......... 77

7,242......... Wasco................... 60

155............ Douglas.................31

196............ Routt..................... 75

308............ Douglas................ 26

37,352....... Umatilla.................18

223............ Teller......................31

1,750......... Siskiyou................ 54


3,853......... Larimer................. 40

70............... Delta...................... 46

84............... Sonoma.................76

1,322......... Yolo........................ 70

Outside the Region

52............... Grand.................... 53

210............. Routt..................... 28

1,544......... Santa Clara.......... 25

1,360......... Niobrara............... 49 1,441......... Natrona................. 40

100............. Klamath................ 63


1,118.......... Marin..................... 24


1,160......... Crook.....................71

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Rancher’s Corner Market Trends in Investment-Quality Rural Real Estate

A tranquil oasis of lush irrigated meadows and cottonwood-lined streams nestled beneath rocky buttes, Table Rock Ranch is one of the finest flyfishing properties in western Colorado. Photo credit: Paul Hester.

By Jim Taylor, Real Estate Partner with Hall and Hall

As we move into the spring season, we at Hall and Hall are compelled to report that the status quo is alive and well in the world of rural real estate. We recently received the official numbers from the USDA which indicate that the value of all lands and buildings on farms in the U.S. was up 8.1% over 2013. Pastureland values were up 11.1%. The 2014 Montana average farmland real estate value was up 8.9% from 2013 and 13.2% from 2012. The Wyoming average was up 5% from 2013 and 6.8% from 2012. Keep in mind that these are very broad averages that cover a large area of the country. We find that our team of brokers, appraisers and mortgage bankers tend to have better intelligence about what is really going on in our unique geographic regions. What follows is our take on the rural land markets.

 RANCHES  There is a strong demand for working ranches. Continued strong cattle prices have resulted in more generational family ranches willing to enter into the marketplace to expand their operations. This is very gratifying and we feel is positive for our ranching communities. However, while inventory continues to be limited and prices have strengthened considerably, buyers have generally resisted very high asking prices.

 FARMS  Farm sales have slowed a bit and prices have come down due to lower corn and grain prices. Just 16 miles north of downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma, Star Lake Ranch is comprised of 3,290± all-contiguous acres and is known throughout America for its purebred Hereford cattle business. Volume 75 Texas Farm&Ranch


We are beginning to see these lower prices affect rents which, in turn, affects the price of farmland.

 RETREATS  This is a market we had hoped would show some promise through the spring and summer season. The high-end resort markets such as Jackson and Aspen and now the Yellowstone Club seem to have recovered to a large degree. However, the pure retreat markets, which by definition are further away from these resorts, continue to languish with good inventories of available properties and light demand. Properties





with extensive improvements continue to experience resistance from potential buyers. So far, the big drivers in these high-end residential markets – foreign buying interest from Russia and East Asia – have not been seen in our retreat markets.

Lucky Star Ranch is a unique and diverse ranch property in southwest Texas. It is a great working ranch of moderate size with outstanding recreational amenities.

We have seen numerous price reductions on listings in this market niche and many very good buys have been made. We continue to recommend this as a buying opportunity to investors who have families that can take advantage of owning a beautiful property in the American West and all the amenities that come with it.

The 40,014±-acre PN Ranch lies 55 miles north of Lewistown, Montana at the confluence of the Judith and the Missouri Rivers and includes approximately 14 miles along the south side of the Missouri and nine miles of both banks of the Judith. The ranch is estimated to support 1,500 animal units on an average year.

About the author, James H. Taylor: Jim Taylor recently retired after 30 years as a managing director of Hall and Hall. Jim maintains his status as a full-time real estate partner and continues to be active in all of Hall and Hall’s business entities. Jim joined Hall and Hall in 1972 as one of only two brokers in the firm’s real estate partnership. He and a growing number of pioneering co-owners and partners in multiple offices throughout the region have built Hall and Hall into one of the largest rural real estate firms in the world specializing in the appraisal, financing, sale and management of what he terms “investment-quality rural real estate.” Volume 58 Farm&Ranch West


Cover Ranch

Cable Creek Ranch

The pristine Cable Creek Ranch is located in Northeast Oregon nestled in the heart of the Blue Mountain Range with 2 sides bordering National Forest. The parcels are centrally located between Ukiah and Pilot Rock offering all the traditional conveniences of shopping, entertainment, and the Pendleton Round Up!


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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 Mt. Elk, Mule Deer, Antelope, Pheasant, Chuckers, Huns, Quail, Grouse, Wild Turkey and plentiful numbers of Duck & Geese. (8 Deer and 8 Elk LOPs, land owner preference tags included.) This trophy property additionally offers 9 homes including a 7500 sq. ft. Owners Estate and a detached 6000 sq. ft. Trophy Room to display your collections. Just out the front door is an Olympic spec, lighted, 5 station trap shooting range. Improvements also include 2 runways; 4900ft X 90ft paved and a small grass airstrip with a hangar. The 6000 sq. ft. custom 5 bay shop is perfect for the RV, boat, and toys. The 37,352± deeded acres includes $50,000± in CRP income and is known for its tall mountains, deep timbered canyons, rivers, valleys, lush farm lands and hundreds of acres in Merchantable Timber. This amazing ranch has it all! Your life in the real west starts here… Bring your hat, horse and the boots! v Cable Creek Ranch is offered at $29,000,000. For more information, please contact Garrett Zoller, 541 944-8821 (cell) and Tim O’Neil, 541 480-3682 (cell) with Land & Wildlife, LLC.


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Indian Lake Ranch Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point


These 1,308± acres boast 1,900+ acre feet of seasoned water rights, three dwellings, an indoor riding arena and multiple barns and outbuildings. There is a registered 3,000-foot runway and a large private hangar. The 60±acre private signature lake sits among the secluded valleys and timbered hills. There are perennial water sources and productive pastures--operated as a cattle ranch. The nine lawfully created contiguous tax lots provide opportunity for additional dwellings. $3,990,000. Garrett Zoller, 541 944-8821 and Tim O’Neil, 541 480-3682. Property ID: 48634

Whisper Canyon Ranch Oregon v Josephine County v Grants Pass


PRICE REDUCED! Gorgeous multi-home 70 acre estate in Southern Oregon near Lake Selmac surrounded by forestland in a private valley. The ranch has two beautiful homes, two custom cabins, an estate bunkhouse (sleeps 24) and a gathering “barn” for entertaining friends, family, guests or events. All buildings have been updated with great craftsmanship and impeccably maintained. Ideal family compound, miles of trails for horses or ATVs. Call Wes Walton at 541-840-8685. $1,299,999.

Pocket Ranch Oregon v Wallowa County v Joseph


Located in Northeastern Oregon, near the town of Joseph, Pocket Ranch encompasses 5,817± contiguous, deeded, private acres. The Pocket Ranch “Is the Best Elk and Wildlife Ranch in the State of Oregon.” There are no public roads that run through the Pocket Ranch.





management our goal the last 10 years has been to enhance the ranch lands for all wildlife, water, grasslands, timber and have a quality ranch for grazing cattle. The ranch is diverse with elevations from 2,600 to 5,500 feet. Views of the Wallowa Mountains, Idaho’s Seven Devils, Canyons, Meadows, Rolling Hills, Forests, Streams, 35+ ponds and 21+ Year Round Springs.

The ranch is on the

power grid and has year round access from Imnaha State Highway 350, home (built in 2012) is below the winter snow line in an average year. Sold as one parcel only. Please contact Tim at 541-480-3682. $8,899,000.


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PRICE REDUCED! Steamboat Inn is perched on a bluff with a commanding view of the North Umpqua River. These beautifully appointed accommodations make our unique inn an ideal romantic getaway for discovering the treasures of the area such as Crater Lake, Diamond Lake and beyond. Fishing at its most challenging, trails for hikers, and swimming are all within minutes of Steamboat Inn. Steamboat Inn is an excellent lodging facility for meetings, retreats and seminars. Small enough to provide a private and productive work environment and big enough to offer lovely accommodations and meeting space for groups up to 40. Nestled among the towering firs of the Umpqua National Forest, the Inn is located 38 scenic miles east of Roseburg, Oregon on Hwy

Steamboat Inn Oregon v Douglas County v Roseburg

138 and is about two hours by car from airports at Eugene and Medford. Steamboat Inn is located in the middle of 31 miles of “fly-fishing only” water on the North Umpqua River. The river is famous as the home of some of the most challenging steelhead fishing in the world. The average North Umpqua steelhead weighs eight pounds, with an occasional fifteen pounder. You can fish the North Umpqua year around for steelhead. To most fly fishermen, the ultimate challenge is the steelhead, the wary and tenacious sea-going trout. Ernie Schwiebert called it “the unmistakable royalty of the Pacific Coast.” Jack Hemingway called the water just upstream from Steamboat Inn “the greatest stretch of summer steelhead water in the United States.” To Zane Grey, the swift water of the North Umpqua and the incredible fish it holds were a fable come to life and a cause for celebration. Call Tim O’Neil at 541-480-3682. $1,950,000.

River Lock Ranch Oregon v Jackson County v Shady Cove


Spanning nearly a half mile of prime Rogue River Frontage, just south of the renowned SteelHead Alley is a 143±-acre River Loch Ranch. Anchored by an iconic 6,000+ square-foot, notable dairy barn and grand entry, this local historic ranch is meticulously maintained and additionally offers a private lake stocked with fish, multiple dwellings, outbuildings, timber covered hills and irrigated pastures. River Loch Ranch boasts five homes (six dwellings), 33 irrigated acres, a 5+-acre stocked lake, multiple buildings, cross fenced, black topped access to all homes and buildings, ranch equipment included with sale. Backs to 5,000+ acres of public ground under controlled management access. Call Garrett at 541-944-8821. $2,750,000.


Yakima Canyon Ranch Washington v Kittitas County v Ellensburg









Washington’s only Blue Ribbon Trout Stream. Year-round trout fishing, upland bird and some big game hunting, river rafting. Dramatic basalt cliffs, ponderosa pines, rolling desert hills, diverse wildlife, such as big horn sheep, and commercial zoning create a spectacular setting

Total of 17 separate large acreage tracts,

to build a legacy resort.  Call Jon Stagnitti at

ranging from 130 to 500+ acres, offered for

503-936-8281. $3,200,000.

sale for you to choose from. Traditionally managed as timber holdings any of these parcels would make a great investment opportunity and many have the potential for a home site. Call or visit our web site for a current list of offerings. Call Jason at 541-973-7180. $130,000 up to $600,000.

Southwest Oregon Acreage Tracts

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Estero Americano Ranch California v Marin County v Valley Ford


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

Keene Ranch California v Kern County v Tehachapi


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

The New PBM Farms California v Siskiyou County v Dorris


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

California Outdoor Properties Todd Renfrew, Broker/Owner • 707 455-4444 Over 150 Listings at • BRE #01838294


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Hurner Tule Elk Ranch California v Santa Clara County v Mt. Hamilton


The 1,544±-acre property is just 30 miles from Livermore. It has been in the same family for 117 years. The ranch is part of the PLM program and usually gets trespass rights for one bull Tule Elk tag and one cow Tule Elk tag. The contiguous property consists of six parcels. It is zoned agriculture and is in the Williamson Act. There are several seasonal streams that run throughout the property. Great place for a family compound, hunting, and recreation. *Video available on YouTube. $4,633,440. Todd Renfrew, 707-365-5064.

No Fences Hay Ranch California v Shasta County v Fall River Mills


320± acres under production, growing the highest quality, high altitude timothy hay in the area. Three wells produce plenty of water to flood irrigate the entire ranch with underground main line and return ditch system. Three pole barns hold the 7-ton per acre average yield for past few years. 1,250-square-foot remodeled home with covered back patio catching the view of barns, fields and Saddle Mountain and a 2,392-square-foot shop with concrete floor and upstairs storage. $2,700,000. Donna or Rich 530-336–6869.

Shilling Yosemite Ranch California v Mariposa County v Yosemite


This 3,680±-acre ranch is located in the heart of the gold country foothills of Mariposa County. Enjoy sweeping views of Yosemite Half Dome to the Bay Area Mt. Diablo. The property elevation is from 2,250 feet to a high at Buckhorn Peak of 3,774 feet. Below the snow line and above the fog line makes this ranch very desirable. Fenced and cross-fenced for livestock, springs and ponds. Hiking, hunting, horseback riding and horticulture possibilities make this ranch a must see. $4,999,000. Todd Renfrew, 707-365-5064.

California Outdoor Properties Todd Renfrew, Broker/Owner • 707 455-4444 Over 150 Listings at • BRE #01838294

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North Platte River Ranch 762 Acres

Wyoming v Converse County

Arkansas River Hunting Ranch 1,500 Acres

Colorado v Pueblo County


The Arkansas River Hunting ranch is a 1,500-acre river bottom property featuring 1.5 miles of the Arkansas River and is a true sportsman’s paradise. Located 25 minutes east of Pueblo, Colorado this ranch’s incredible habitat offers a tremendous diversity of game including world class elk, whitetail deer, turkey and waterfowl. Besides the hunting this ranch can run 200 cows. The ranch is highlighted by an incredible 6,000-square-foot, Southwestern-style lodge that is perfect to house all of your guests. Along with the lodge the ranch features excellent out buildings and horse facilities and pivot irrigation. This is an amazing property! $3,000,000. Listing Contact: Seth Hayden, and Dax Hayden, dax@haydenoutdoors.

Loan Oak Lodge 308 Acres

Kansas v Douglas County


This property offers very diverse vegetation and terrain. Multiple established tree lines bordering irrigated fields offer cover and protection for wildlife. Lush meadows with wetland vegetation are used by waterfowl for spring nesting. Wild turkeys, Mule Deer and White tailed Deer are abundant. The 250 irrigated acres provide plenty of food and habitat to support large numbers. The North Platte River borders the southern boundary offering excellent fishing and waterfowl hunting. Two homes and a 50x100 concrete floor shop provides residence for both an owner and tenant. A pipe fenced 298 head feedlot with multiple shelters, a calving shed and Northern windbreak is fully operational. Multiple wells service the homes and feedlot. Two new T & L center pivots and one older pivot are also fully functional. $2,195,000. Listing Contact: Bill Vacek,

Sherman County Pivots 320 Acres

Kansas v Sherman County


The 10,000-square-foot Lone Oak Lodge was once known for its game bird, deer and turkey hunts, sporting clay range and a place to hold weddings, events and corporate meetings. With a 7-acre lake stocked with all kinds of fish and 5 other small ponds throughout, this place would be perfect for a corporate retreat, or someone who wants to get started in


their own B&B or hunting lodge with controlled shooting and a sporting This property consists of two-quarters of pivot irrigated land located clay range. The location is great, only 15 minutes from Lawrence Ks. and 6 miles north and 2 miles east of Goodland, Kansas. The land has 2 20 minutes from Topeka Ks, and one hour from Kansas City. This piece center pivot sprinklers in average repair with a natural gas irrigation of land consists of 100± acres of tillable ground and the remainder in tall well which is located on the east quarter supplying both pivots. This grasses and timber, with a creek running through it as well. $1,900,000. is a good well for this area. Balance of land is in dryland corners. The Listing Contact: Shad Sheldon,

land is level to gently rolling on the NE 1/4 of 23-07 South-39 W and rolling on SW 1/4 Section 14-075-39W. Minerals intact with 1/2 reserved for 15 years non-participating in lease monies. This pivot irrigated land is in central Sherman County with 2 average pivots

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

and a good well. The land is composed of average to good soils and

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

has a good crop base. $1,376,000. Listing Contact: Leo Hayden,


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Melton Ranch 1,374 Acres

New Mexico v Rio Arriba County

Rio Ro Mo Ranch

20,281.89 Deeded, 3,775 Leased, 24,059.89 Total Acres Colorado v Moffat County


Very rarely will you find a ranch of this magnitude with 20,000+ acres of


contiguous acres. The family has had a ranching presence in Moffat County Bordering the Jicarilla Apache Reservation on the north side and Heron for over one hundred years, with a large portion of this ranch being multi- State Park on the West, the Melton Ranch 1,374± acres, including 15 generational, making improvements to the production fields, numerous lakes and ponds, 700± acre feet of irrigation, and 360-degrees views, water sources, fences and roads. This gigantic ranch literally has 85 miles of is the discriminating hunting and ranch paradise. Located in central fence and approximately 34 square miles within its fences. The numerous Rio Arriba County, the nation’s #1 B&C Mule Deer producer since species of wildlife include over 32 species from elk and deer to even one 1960, the Melton Ranch is 20 minutes from Chama, New Mexico and lone moose passing through. This ranch offers numerous sources of income 90 minutes to Taos and Santa Fe where you can enjoy fantastic dining, coming from the production ground, cattle grazing, hunting and more. shopping and world renowned art galleries. $3,900,000. Listing Contact: From the lush irrigated and sub-irrigated meadows to the deep canyons with Greg Liddle, the magnificent rock outcroppings towering above the valleys below, this is truly a great opportunity to own a large piece of the west! If you have ever heard the term “they don’t make land any more” well it’s true, they don’t so grab it before it’s gone! $27,000,000. Listing Contact: Lonnie Gustin, and Bill Rodgers,

Thayer County Farm & Hunt 390.62 Acres

Nebraska v Thayer County


Saunders County Farm 157.16 Acres

Nebraska v Saunders County


A great opportunity to own an income-producing farm that provides trees and spectacular 360-degree panoramic views of the countryside. This farm is just west of the town of Ceresco, Nebraska off a hard surfaced road and 20 miles north of the city of Lincoln

This property is whitetail hunting at its finest! Thayer County is known for and 11 miles south of the city of Wahoo and makes this an easy its heavy horned bucks and this property is the finest in the area. Excellent commute to work or family getaways to the farm. Build your dream genetics, proper nutrition, ample habitat and creeks and ponds is what this home amongst the timbered areas and hunt whitetail deer traveling property is all about, and has what it takes to grow BIG mature deer. Deer through the property. $1,600,000. Listing Contact: Brad Zach, management has been at the top of the list and it shows in the mature deer that have been harvested off this property. The turkey population in the area and on the property is strong with numerous flocks roosting in the hardwood timber on the property. The tillable ground consists of 107.735 acres of class 1-2 soils and 113.728 acres of class 3-4 soils and is providing

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

a good return. This property is being offered in 2 tracts and as a whole.

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$1,395,000. Listing Contact: Justin Hertzel, Volume 58 Farm&Ranch West



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

The Elk River Ranch

purchased in several different configurations. $24,250,000.

Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

Property ID: 44139


Minutes from world-class skiing sits a true estate on 155 acres. In the heart of the Yampa Valley with panoramic views, this luxurious, 10,308-square-foot mountain property is the perfect gathering place for friends and family. Six-car auto-plaza, private lake, meticulous landscaping, tennis court and additional three-bedroom home. With abundant water and space, endless activities and proximity to





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

The Wildflower Estate Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

Snowy Mountain Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Clark


In the Elk River Valley just north of Steamboat Springs sits a one-of-a-kind luxury log home overlooking the recreational paradise of 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 property includes a 14,000-squarefoot luxury log home, separate guesthouse and massive garage with three enclosed bays. $9,800,000.

Property ID: 48051


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


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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. The ranch includes approximately 8,686 deeded acres and 14,900 BLM and State leased acres, a 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 Ren Martyn and Lambert Orton, M.D. $24,950,000. Property ID: 46413

Singing Elk Ranch at Five Pines Mesa

Colorado v Routt County v Yampa


Singing Elk Ranch includes a beautiful luxury cabin with all the comforts of Colorado living. The 428 acres set in lush alpine meadows includes a 3-acre fishing lake, dark forest, aspen meadows, trails, zip line and direct access to Routt National Forest. This ranch is surrounded by a host of recreational features that are perfect for family and friends. *Ranch team includes Ren Martyn and Scott Eggleston.


A beautiful and unique cabin hand $5,000,000.

constructed with reclaimed timbers

Property ID: 48762

from the historic “Stagestop” in Toponas, Colorado. A perfect retreat for all

Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty

generations with 113 pristine acres, amazing views and luxury amenities; all surrounded by National Forest and the Flattops Wilderness. A one-of-a-kind alpine getaway with all the conveniences of modern living. *Ranch team includes Ren Martyn and Scott Eggleston. $2,800,000. Property ID: 48763

Stagestop Ranch at Five Pines Mesa

Colorado v Routt County v Yampa

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Catamount Ranch Colorado v Routt County Steamboat Springs

Meadows Ranch


Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

Enjoy 360-degree mountain views from this breathtaking 74-acre compound. Five minutes Enjoy all that Catamount Ranch & Club has from the world-class ski resort of Steamboat Springs, this unique offering has it all. Spacious to offer with Tom Weiskopf signature golf 6-bedroom, 5.5-bath main house, private two-bedroom guesthouse, new Morton equipment


course, a private, 530 acre lake, and club for shop, pristine equestrian facilities, which includes a barn with six stalls, tack room, training the whole family where you can play tennis, pen, outdoor riding arena with roping chutes, pens, and indoor riding area. A meandering creek

sail or swim, hike or bike in a setting of with stocked trout ponds, water rights, irrigated hay meadow, this legacy property is the perfect spectacular natural beauty. The furnished, setting for your family retreat. $5,600,000. Property ID: 48128 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

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

Two Elk Ranch Colorado v Routt County Steamboat Springs


habitats required to hold elk, deer, bear and wild turkey populations. The lower elevations include cedar & piñon habitat and then climbs through miles of gambel oaks to the perfect high mountain aspen and spruce environment. The ranch includes six established hunting cabins, irrigated pastures, abundant water, 5 miles of private roads, borders national forest and

Conveniently located just west of Steamboat additional BLM leased acres. Originally homesteaded in the late 1800s, this is the family’s first Springs, Two Elk Ranch is a private 280- time offering and sure to satisfy any Colorado recreational buyer. $6,500,000. Property ID: 48123 acre ranch that includes a well-kept house, large new barns, outbuildings, riding arena, fenced and cross fenced. Diverse agriculture production with dry land producing 200 tons of hay, alfalfa acreage, adjudicated springs and fenced for cattle management. Surrounded on three sides by state of Colorado land and

The Homestead Ranch

unobstructed views in all directions.$949,000.

Colorado v Routt County v Clark

Property ID: 49800

Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty Ren Martyn 970 846-3118 cell


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Red Hawk Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Hayden



Just north of Steamboat Springs lies your own private getaway. These 160 acres, surrounded

Red Hawk Ranch is a big game enthusiast’s by USFS lands, has a luxurious Montana log dream. The 1,040 acres are perfectly located cabin, guest cabin, outbuildings, adjudicated in the migratory corridor of the second largest water and plenty of room to roam. This is a elk herd in Colorado, the Bear’s Ear herd and is once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a true surrounded by millions of accessible USFS, BLM piece of Rocky Mountain paradise. $1,799,000. and state acres. $1,500,000. Property ID: 48129

Property ID: 48127

Genesee Trout Creek Colorado v Teller County v Divide



Colorado v Jefferson County v Genesee/Golden

Just 30 minutes from downtown Denver, Genesee’s only home with an adjoining A-2 zoned 41-acre parcel to give the owner the flexibility

223-acre estate in a private valley west of Colorado Springs. Views of to have horses, another building site(s) plus direct access to Highway Pikes Peak, 9 fishing ponds, exquisite main residence, chapel, caretaker’s

74. The home and pool blend seamlessly with the natural surroundings

quarters, 2 garages, 2 barns, 6 charming guest cottages! $5,750,000. and incredible Mt. Evans view. $4,250,000. Jennifer Davenport, Josh and Linda Behr, 303-917-4667, and 303-919-4891,



Henderson, 303-717-3418

Flying Diamond Ranch Colorado v Jefferson County v Evergreen

Larkspur Colorado v Douglas County v Larkspur


One-of-a-kind, 155 +/- acre executive equestrian complex. Discover the magnificent valley of multi-million dollar horse facilities and extraordinary


127-acre horse and cattle property with lush meadows, mature homes surrounded by natural beauty and unobstructed views! $2,950,000. woodlands and 2 spring-fed ponds. Custom home with A+ finishes Maureen Clark, 303-888-9726, and valley and mountain views. Updated guesthouse, RV garage and workshop, barn and arena. $3,125,000. Kerry Endsley, 303-570-0267,

Douglas Park Colorado v Douglas County v Larkspur

Bella Vista Ranch Colorado v Jefferson County v Conifer


Spectacular, unobstructed mountain views on gently sloping, treed lot in Douglas Park. Gated community, gas and electric available. In the process of dividing into 3 35±-acre parcels. $1,590,000. Maureen Clark, 303-888-9726,


Full-fenced, private and gated 23-acre European-inspired estate with separate guest home. Spectacular snowcapped mountain views. Grassy meadows, healthy woodlands, horse facilities. Easy commute to Denver. $1,798,000. Kerry Endsley, 303-570-0267,

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The Intensely Private, Inspirational Robison Ranch Utah v Garfield County v Boulder


A rare opportunity for ownership and stewardship in a region of Utah known for its wild and scenic American landscape. Bordered on three sides by the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, a vision and dream created this unique 570-acre working ranch, raising registered Black Angus cattle. The Ranch boasts one of the finest private equestrian facilities in Utah with a heated 70,000-square-foot arena. The extensive ranch developments and improvements offer a turn-key opportunity with a large inventory of tractors, trucks, ranch equipment, ATVs and a loyal and knowledgeable staff. Water rights, grazing permits, hay fields and multiple employee housing options. A Multi-generational legacy holding offering. $10,000,000. Kathy Mears, 435 901-9964,,

Historic, Secluded, 812 Acre Woods Creek Ranch! Utah v Greater Park City Area


Picturesque ranch with three-quarters mile of river frontage. Located an hour from Park City’s three major ski resorts. Boasts 40 acres of irrigated hay farm and 90 acres in dry farm. Overlooks the Serene Morgan Valley. Very secluded yet year round paved access from a quiet country road. This is your dream ranch! Raise cattle, farm, ski, fly fish and enjoy family and friends. Build your legacy home here. Happy trails! $4,995,000. Mark Coulam, 801-243-2002,,

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This 495±-acre high alpine ranch borders national





recreational opportunities. The custom log home features six bedrooms, five baths, three





theater room. There is a five-car garage, sixstall barn, riding arena and corrals for the equestrian, as well as a spring, pond and five great producing water wells. This yearround outdoor paradise is only minutes to the historic ranching town of Norwood and under an hour from Telluride. $3,950,000.

Lone Cone Ranch

Property ID: 41116

Colorado v San Miguel County v Wright’s Mesa

Avery Pointe Lakefront Lodge

Marciante Equestrian Ranch

Colorado v San Miguel County v Wright’s Mesa



One of the most beautiful properties on Wright’s Mesa, this lakefront log and stone home on 37 acres offers spectacular mountain and lake views. “Avery Pointe” is a four-bedroom, three-bath custom designed home (with barn) that offers the best of mountain living. Abundant windows give picture postcard views in every direction. Ride the 27-mile private Gurley Trail, fish your own property, and play in the endless miles of nearby national forest trails. (35 additional acres available.) Private – yet close to both Norwood and Telluride. $988,000. Property ID: 47846

Colorado v San Miguel Co. v Wright’s Mesa The perfect setup for your horses! Enjoy the spectacular mountain and valley views in every direction from this 3,000+-square-foot Lindal Cedar house and 5-stall barn. Indulge in the endless riding opportunities on your own ranch, on a private 27 mile riding trail and in the abundant nearby public lands. Abundant water (irrigation system, well, water shares and ponds) and energy efficient (solar and wind power, a propane generator, and tied to the grid). This 120-acre property is located in a gorgeous, less discovered resort/ recreational area just outside Telluride in Southwest Colorado. $1,500,000. Property ID: 48451

CBW Lakeview Lodge Colorado v San Miguel County v Wright’s Mesa


This very special three-bedroom, three-bath, exquisitely decorated vacation lodge sits at the perfect elevation to enjoy panoramic lake and mountain views through each window. Relax in the great room or on the outdoor patio with family and friends, enjoying spectacular sunrises, sunsets and evening Serengeti lighting over the mountains, while being assured of over 300 days of sun a year. Part of the Gurley Trail system with 700 acres of open space and a 27-mile private riding trail. $992,500. Property ID: 49136

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BEST WEST of the

Escalera Ranch


Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta

441.42 Acres of one of the most magnificent Southern Colorado ranches at 11411 Highway 12, known as “The Scenic Highway of Legends”. Featured in the top 50 “Ranches of Colorado” by John Fielder, this ranch has 150± acres of mountain meadows, 9 river hay meadows and one large upper meadow with well water piped to three upper stock tanks. The upper meadow includes a round pen and two working areas. 1.2-acre pond stocked with German Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout and Brookies. Alpacas to stay with the ranch for tax status. Over 1 mile of Cucharas River with ranch ownership of both sides and adjudicated water rights for evaporation to 9 drop structures, front-entry pond and bridge pond. Paved roads to the home and to both barns allowing vehicle access and accessibility for horse-drawn carriages. Main


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house includes miraculous floating stairway to loft bedroom, custom

master bedroom complements the rustic feel. Carriage barn includes

cabinetry from historic reclaimed barn wood and antique metal

3 stalls, a wash stall and an additional ranch manager apartment.

roofing. Main house basement includes wine cellar and well water

Equipment barn contains 6 stalls. Both barns include in-floor radiant

treatment center and heating equipment for radiant floor heating.

heat throughout, including the high-bay working areas. Main barn

Sliding glass doors and windows in the main home make up the south,

contains guest suite, office and art/pottery studio. Colorado Open

east and north walls, which bring the outdoors inside your living

Lands Conservation Easement includes 2 additional building sites.

and dining areas and provide solar heating in the winter. Glass walls

Views include 360 degrees of diverse topography: spectacular dike

open to the deck that overlooks the riverside and white waterfalls

wall views of the staircase to Heaven, the Spanish Peaks, Raspberry

and rapids. Master bedroom suite with custom solid wood entry door

Mountain, Culebra Mountain Range, endless open meadows and

connected by a walking bridge overlooking the riverside. Dry stack

over a mile of river running through the property. $4,500,000.

stone retaining wall behind and surrounding the main house and

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Circle E Ranch Colorado v Park County v Guffey


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

Spanish Peaks Bella Vista Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta


Spanish Peaks Bella Vista is just that, a beautiful view of the Spanish Peaks with the peaceful sympathy of Middle Creek running in the background. Lose yourself in the serenity of this property while having the convenience of a quick three-mile drive to the quaint mountain town of La Veta. This property provides 360-degree views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains with opportunities for hiking, camping, golfing on a Tom Weiskof-designed course, mountain biking, hunting, fishing, cross-country skiing or just enjoying the abundant wildlife. This preserved 50+-acre property offers a meticulously custom-designed stucco and stone home with finishes galore such as radiant infloor heat, a gourmet commercial kitchen, fitness room and a custom stone fireplace just to name a few. An architect-designed 3,284-square-foot home includes a four-bedroom, four-bath, three-car attached garage and three-car detached garage/barn. $1,490,000. Jacky Christian, 719 469-4545.

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Blame Her Ranch

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


If you are looking for the perfect location for a luxury ranch, Santa Fe is your best choice. With over 300 days of sunshine, warm summer days and cool nights, Blame Her Ranch is the ranch to own. BHR is a 120-acre “cowboy chic” ranch estate that sits just outside Santa Fe in a mountain top setting 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, resort quality skiing and over 250 galleries. The nearby Pecos Wilderness can entertain serious outdoor enthusiasts with world-class trout fishing, big game hunting, horseback riding and some of the best alpine hiking New Mexico has to offer. The over 9,000 combined square feet includes the custom main home with separate wings and the barn / guest house — with nine bedrooms and 9.5 baths, BHR sleeps 24 and comes fully furnished right down to the dinnerware and sheets. Featuring a chef’s kitchen, expansive game room, gym, home theater, pool, and stables, BHR is an unmatched luxury ranch. Ted Rivera, 505.470.9729, To see an aerial tour, full list of features and more details about the fractional or whole ownership of this one-of-a-kind ranch go to $4,850,000 (whole ownership) / $2,799,000 (fractional ownership)

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American Creek Ranch New Mexico v Colfax County v Angel Fire


NEW LISTING! 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-square-foot, 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

Canada del Oso New Mexico v Colfax County v Angle Fire

Laramie Range Ranch Wyoming v Albany County v Laramie


More than twenty square miles of Wyoming’s


NEW LISTING! Privacy that is second to none, mountain canyons that teem with big game, several live streams and a spectacular new home/lodge make the 4,878-acre Canada del Oso (Canyon of the Bear) Ranch between Angel Fire and Taos one of the premier mountain hunting properties in northern New Mexico. $9,950,000. Property ID: 49972

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

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Muddy Creek Ranch Colorado v Pueblo County v Colorado City


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

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

Coyote Ranch New Mexico v Catron County v Pie Town


NEW LISTING! Encompassing over 12 square miles of trophy elk habitat, Coyote Ranch is a secret elk hideaway, where privacy and huge bulls are everyday occurrences. At the base of the rugged Sawtooth Mountains, the Coyote Ranch is a beautifully-blocked, 8,160acre ranch full of pinon/juniper woods and grasslands located at an elevation of about 7000 feet​. $4,750,000. Property ID: 49973

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


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 (2,600 irrigated) 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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JE Canyon Ranch Colorado v Las Animas County v Trinidad


With over 49,555 deeded acres, the JE Canyon Ranch represents one of Colorado’s largest private hunting ranches and wildlife preserves on the market today. Situated in southeastern Colorado’s canyon country, the property includes unique red rock canyons that rival those in southern Utah. Nine miles of the Purgatoire River run through the ranch, as well as other streams and riparian areas, creating a vast wilderness that form a mosaic of interconnected canyons and mesas. It is a premier wildlife ranch with tags available for trophy mule deer and bighorn sheep, elk and numerous other animals. It is also a repository of fascinating geologic, archaeological and historic heritage sites, including prehistoric rock art and abandoned pioneer

Seminoe Mountain Ranch Wyoming v Natrona County v Alcova


Near the shores of Seminoe Reservoir and the North Platte River at the base of the Seminoe Mountains lies this 1,441-deeded-acre (7,559 leased) recreational haven. Once operated as an exclusive guest ranch, Seminoe Mountain Ranch lies in a scenic basin with impeccable improvements, offering trophy hunting and world-class fly-fishing at the renowned Miracle Mile, just miles away. With convenient access to Casper 75 miles away and just south of Alcova, the ranch is situated in the recreational heartland of Wyoming. $3,400,000. Contact Jared Souza. Property ID: 49650

homesteads. Offered in cooperation with Corwin Brown & Associates, Inc. $25,300,000. Contact Ken Mirr. Property ID: 45546

Canyon Creek Ranch North Poudre River Ranch Colorado v Larimer County v Livermore


Colorado v San Miguel County v Telluride


Only 25 miles from Telluride, Canyon Creek Ranch offers 3,247 acres of unencumbered mountain solitude with some of the most

Situated along the banks of the North Fork of the Cache la Poudre River extraordinary views in North America. The property sits atop East Iron with dramatic scenery, the 3,853-acre North Poudre River Ranch lies at the Springs Mesa, with year-round county road access. Canyon Creek lies convergence of the short grass prairie of the Front Range and the Laramie in Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s game management unit 61, which is foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Just 25 miles north of Fort Collins, the widely regarded as one of the top trophy elk units in the state. The ranch has rolling grassy uplands with private parks and swells, granite property is modestly improved with a caretaker’s home, guesthouse rock outcroppings with Ponderosa Pines, and deep canyon walls reaching and several outbuildings. $19,250,000. Contact Jeff Hubbard or down to river bottom. $4,390,000. Contact Ken Mirr. Property ID: 48317


Pat Lancaster. Property ID: 49895

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Big Creek Ranch


Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs

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

Hardscrabble Mountain Ranch Colorado v Eagle County v Eagle


As one of the last remaining unbroken ranches in the Vail/Eagle River Valley, the Hardscrabble Mountain Ranch offers the full spectrum of sought-after ranch attributes: 2.5 miles of private fishing, big game hunting, productive agricultural operations, water rights and 7.75 miles of shared BLM border. Positioned directly between the town of Eagle and the Adam’s Mountain Country Club, the ranch

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

is ideally located 7 miles from the Eagle County Municipal Airport, 24 miles from Beaver Creek and 33 miles from Vail. $20,000,000. Contact Ed Roberson.

Tepee Creek Ranch Colorado v Eagle & Routt Counties v McCoy

Fruitland Mesa Farms Colorado v Montrose & Delta Counties v Crawford


Fruitland Mesa Farms totals approximately 662 deeded acres divided

among 4 tracts, each of which may be purchased individually. These The 275-acre Tepee Creek Ranch is a remarkably exclusive and scenic farms offer material farm income, fabulous views and very nice homes. property representing a rare opportunity to own a sizable property $5,950,000. Contact Jeff Hubbard or Pat Lancaster. Property ID: 49881


close to Vail. Situated within the Colorado River Valley the ranch has panoramic views of the river and surrounding mountains and offers the rare combination of a gentleman’s ranch, sporting haven, and equestrian estate. The ranch features irrigated meadow and pastures and supports cattle grazing on an exclusive BLM permit. The Colorado River is easily accessed just minutes from the property. As a well-designed retreat, the ranch features a collection of tasteful and well-appointed improvements. $3,450,000. Contact Ken Mirr or Daniel Carter. Property ID: 47767

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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 ma-

jestic 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. Contact Eric Bachman, 719-742-5551, Property ID: 48779

Goat Hill Ranch Colorado v Las Animas County v Aguilar


Dramatic mountain views and privacy are the hallmarks of this special property found just minutes west of Interstate 25, yet hidden away in the forests of southern Colorado on 49 acres, making this quality brick home the perfect get-away. The spacious home includes over 5,000 square feet

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of living space, an open kitchen/living area, five bedrooms and seven baths, along with a game room, weight room, media room and a very special fireplace as the focal point of the home. There is a wonderful separation of space for large families, as well as intimate space for two. Outside, tall pines, water features and extensive mountain landscaping combine with open meadows, ATV trails, and huge rock outcroppings to provide the ultimate mountain experience. Two contiguous

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Combine this with nearby Signal Mountain Ranch to create a larger family compound. $779,000. Contact Eric Bachman, 719-742-5551, Property ID: 49981

Signal Mountain Ranch Colorado v Las Animas County v Aguilar


Wake up in the morning to the crisp mountain air in this western-style home located in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range near the legendary Spanish Peaks, in picturesque Southern Colorado. This is the perfect mountain ranch for outdoor enthusiasts. 139 acres of rolling ponderosa forests, park like meadows and your very own private trails for a day of adventure on your ATV, snowmobile, or cross-country skis, right from your front door. Along the way, you’ll find a variety of wildlife; migrating elk, bears searching for honey, deer and others who call this land home. It’s a winter and summer wonderland for your entire family. Gather around the cozy fireplace in this traditional western home with four bedrooms, and magnificent views in all directions. You’re in your own private sanctuary, yet very accessible to the necessary amenities of life. You’ll be just minutes from Interstate 25, easily accessible from Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas or Northern Colorado. Along with the home, there is a four bay garage with space for a motor home and all of your toys, together with a heated workshop. For the hobbyist, woodworker or classic car collector, this is a dream come true. Come find serenity and enjoy this covenant free setting in the mountains of Southern Colorado. Come home to Signal Mountain Ranch. $719,000. Eric Bachman, 719-742-5551, Property ID: 49980

Mountain Valley Views Colorado v Huerfano County v La Veta


Your Story Begins Here! Located in Raspberry Mountain Ranch between La Veta and Cuchara. This incredible log home with 5,300 square feet of living space includes five bedrooms, three baths, four fireplaces and a lower level walk-out. Located on a premier mountain top setting with 360 degree views overlooking the Cuchara Valley and the majestic Devil’s Stairstep stone dike walls and rolling mountain meadows with scattered oak brush. Perfect for wildlife viewing, relaxation and entertaining with wrap-around decks, large kitchen with granite countertops, sound system, in-floor heat and a/c. Horses welcome - home includes 35 acres of open space, barn/garages, and arena. Underground utilities and minerals are protected! Stop looking, start living! The only thing missing is YOU! $1,700,000. Contact Jerry Henson, 719-742-5161, Property ID: 49982

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


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

Indian Head Ranch Utah v Utah & Carbon Counties v Price


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 the summer months, the ranch pastures 400 to 500 cow-calf pairs on the productive pastures. $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 stateof-the-art technology, supreme quality and unsurpassed style are boasted throughout the masterfully-crafted home, manager’s home and 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

Birch Creek Hunting Reserve Utah v Rich County v Woodruff

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This premier hunting ground consists of 8,595± deeded acres plus an additional 640 acres of privateleased land. Birch Creek Hunting Reserve is part of a 26,000-acre Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU), a program established by the Utah Wildlife Board and the Division of Wildlife Resources to benefit private land owners and hunters. With outstanding elk and mule deer habitat, the ranch is allotted seven bull-elk and three mule-deer tags. $6,530,000. Property ID: 49975

Peterson Creek Elk Haven


Montana v Powell County v Deer Lodge

The 3,487± deeded acres and 320± acres of State Lease are comprised of open parks and timberland. Peterson Creek, the strong grass resource and heavy timber attract elk from the adjoining USFS land for much of the year. County road access to the property and well-maintained roads and trail system creates multiple options for a family compound. $2,915,000. Property ID: 49955

O’Donnell Mountain Meadows Montana v Powell County v Deer Lodge


With expansive views of the Flint Creek Mountains, this 3,400± deeded acres encompasses open native grasslands and timbered hillsides. Several perennial springs throughout the property provide ample water for wildlife, livestock and early season irrigation on about 200 acres. The strong grass resource offers productive grazing. $2,800,000. Property ID: 49954


With exquisite views of the Rocky Mountain Front, the 678-deeded acre Ranch, straddling about 1.5 miles of trout-rich Smith Creek, is currently utilized to host private hunting expeditions for upland birds and white-tail deer as well as fishing excursions for anglers seeking feisty brown trout and burly rainbows. With unlimited trail riding opportunities, the next owner could and the 6,500 acres of public land that border

Shortridge Ranch

the Property. $2,375,000. Property ID: 42536

Montana v Lewis and Clark County v Augusta

enjoy years of exploring the trails on the Ranch

Wise River Ranch Montana v Beaverhead County v Wise River


The thoughtfully designed and ideally sited 3,800±-square-foot log home captures views of the surrounding mountains and abundant wildlife. Wise River flows through the shared 473± acres for 1.5 miles and borders national forest. This premier fishing ranch is one mile from the famed Big Hole River and the town of Wise River. $1,495,000. Property ID: 46908

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This beautiful 1,577+/- acre alpine mountain ranch offers year-round access, three year-round creeks, alpine forests with aspen and spruce, mountain meadows and oaks in the lower elevations, electricity and borders the Grand Mesa National Forest. The ranch is in Hunt Units 411 and 52. Enjoy awesome elk, deer, bear and turkey hunting, gorgeous mountain and

Forked Horn Ranch

valley views, snowmobiling and your own trout fishing paradise with over three miles of trout-

Colorado v Delta County v Cedaredge

filled creeks. $6,495,000.

Avaritte Performance Horse Ranch West Elk Ranch Colorado v Gunnison County v Somerset


Gorgeous, pristine and very private 500± mountain acres 11.5 miles southeast of Paonia in the West Elk Mountains. Breathtaking views of Mt. Gunnison and the West Elks from your front porch. Enjoy this wildlife paradise with excellent big game hunting for elk, deer, bear and turkey in GMU 53 with over-the-counter tags for bull elk. Plus your very own trout pond and creek near the main cabin. Beautiful, well maintained 3BD/1BA log cabin (off grid), plus a smaller log bunkhouse in a beautiful alpine setting with a nice mix of aspen, spruce and oaks throughout the ranch at an elevation of 9,000 feet. Seasonal access via a Forest Service


Colorado v Delta County v Austin

Beautiful Western Colorado performance horse ranch in Austin, this 70±-acre ranch, with a 3,950-square-foot custom home on a scenic mesa and has stunning views of nearby Grand Mesa, the West Elks and overlooks the Gunnison River and the valley floor! The home features cathedral ceilings, a double fireplace, combination kitchen/dining and living room, both offering unobstructed views across the valley. The barn (144x96) is insulated, includes a riding area, stalls, two restrooms, caretaker’s apartment, tack room, feed room and wash/vet rack area. An adjacent outdoor arena measures 375x150 with steel pipe fence. An additional 60x24 barn includes tack room, feed room, hay storage and three large stalls. Includes 31± irrigated acres planted in weed free alfalfa and a 16±-acre irrigated pasture. Access to your very own island on the Gunnison River with excellent Brown and Rainbow Trout fishing, plus excellent waterfowl hunting. Trails along the river are excellent for riding or hiking. Just 7 miles from Delta or Cedaredge. $1,598,000.

Plateau Valley Ranch Colorado v Mesa County v Collbran





erty with 150± acres less than 4 miles west of Collbran. Very cute, cozy and newly remodeled

Road and the property does border the Gun-

two-bedroom, one-bath log-sid-

nison National Forest. Come and take a peek

ed home with custom kitchen,

at this pristine Rocky Mountain setting and all

huge stone gas fireplace, covered

the recreational opportunities that it offers, you

front porch and in a very private

won’t be disappointed! $2,200,000.

setting. Outbuildings include a small bunkhouse with storage cellar, 2-car detached oversized, heated and finished garage,

Brian Mason

log/stone barn with partial loft,

Licensed in Colorado & New Mexico 263 Main Street • Delta, CO 81416

27x84 equipment shed, 75x104 hay shed and a 2,800-foot airstrip/runway that is chip sealed. Approxi-

970 234-3167 cell • 970 874-9968 office

with automatic gates at main entrance. An exceptionally private and secluded setting with gorgeous moun-

tain views and yet very convenient to town Excellent wildlife corridor & located in GMU 421. $1,195,000.


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mately 70± acres are irrigated and in hay/pasture production with excellent water rights. Perimeter fenced


Pristine 1,720± mountain acres with elevations from 7,000 to 9,400 feet and borders national forest for 2+ miles. Numerous improvements include three residences, hunting lodge, cabin, studio, barn, equipment shed and more. 85± irrigated acres in hay, several trout ponds and springs along with Grove Creek traversing the ranch for 1.6± miles. Excellent big game hunting (GMU 421) for elk, deer, bear, turkey and small game. Pristine alpine setting with a nice mix of aspen, oaks, spruce intermingled with beautiful mtn. meadows. Price includes 50% of minerals owned on 1,120± acres in this gas and oil rich corridor (Plateau Valley). Five additional Conservation easements are available to a new owner with up to $6 million in federal and state tax benefits. Cougar Springs truly offers much more than your typical mountain ranch. Call for more details. Other purchasing options available. $13,000,000.

Cougar Springs Ranch Colorado v Mesa County v Collbran

Collbran Livestock Ranch Harts Basin Ranch Colorado v Delta County v Eckert


Colorado v Mesa County v Collbran


Less than a mile south of town. Beautiful 160± acres with 150± acres irrigated and in pasture/hay.

Paradise and privacy on these beautiful 1,855± acres, which are currently a working 394 pair Perimeter fenced and cross-fenced into several cow operation and an excellent hunting property. You’ll enjoy seeing the wildlife right out your pastures, some working pens, 15x50 Quonset back door! Ranch includes a Forest Service permit, too! 220± irrigated acres and live water year shop/garage with concrete floor. Beautiful round. Complete with ranch manager’s home, working pens, calving barn, and shop! Excellent panoramic views, convenient to town and only development potential and end-of-the-road privacy! $3,300,000.

Collbran Equestrian Livestock Ranch Colorado v Mesa County v Collbran

45 minutes to Grand Junction. $995,000.


Beautiful Plateau Valley livestock ranch near Collbran. This 198±-acre ranch features a newer, gorgeous 3,201±-square-foot custom built log sided home with a walk out basement, wrap around deck, three bedrooms, three bath and stunning, panoramic mountain and valley views. Two equipment sheds (32x57) and (21x70), Hay shed 40x120, livestock barn/sale building 64x125 with 14x21 office/tack room, second livestock barn with garage 48x65. Approximately 130± acres are irrigated and in both hay and pasture with excellent water rights. Perimeter fenced and cross fenced for livestock. In GMU 421, an excellent wildlife big game corridor. An exceptional livestock setup conveniently located minutes south of Collbran. $1,895,000. Volume 58 Farm&Ranch West


Marton Ranch

Rawhide Creek Farm

Wyoming v Natrona & Carbon Counties v Alcova

Wyoming v Goshen County v Lingle



Large, working cattle and sheep operation consisting of 69,550± contig- Beautiful, productive 351±-acre property with excellent year-round, uous acres: 35,700± deeded, 25,850± BLM lease and 8,000± State lease paved access located 1± mile northeast of Lingle. Two Valley, 7-tower, acres. Bordered on the northwest by the North Platte River starting at the low-pressure pivots irrigate 246± acres. Each pivot has its own Gray Reef dam and running downstream for 12± miles. Headquarters irrigation as well as additional 279 shares of water rights allocated lie 20 miles south of Casper, Wyoming near Alcova. Owner-rated at 450 by the Lingle Water Users Association. The farm offers two sets of mother cows, 2,300 ewes along with replacement yearlings and breeding improvements. There is also a gravel pit in the southwestern part of stock. Water provided from streams, springs, reservoirs, solar wells, electric the farm. Rawhide Creek travels along the eastern part of the farm. wells and artesian wells. Excellent wildlife habitat for deer, antelope, elk, Located along the central flyway known for its excellent waterfowl waterfowl, upland birds and blue ribbon fishing. Offering options avail- hunting, the farm is also home to mule and whitetail deer and able. $28,000,000. John Gibbs, 307 621-2125. Property ID: 45279

antelope. $2,256,000. Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 49874

Salo Feedlot

Keffer Ranch

Wyoming v Goshen County v Torrington

Wyoming v Johnson County v Buffalo



Great access and located 8± miles west of Torrington, Wyoming along Located 1.5± miles south of Buffalo on Klondike Road, the 213±-acre the North Platte River. 136± deeded acres with 100 acres irrigated

Keffer Ranch features a 5,868-square-foot, five-bedroom, 3.5 bath

with a five tower wiper center pivot. Two irrigation wells. Owner- custom-built home on a finished, walk-out basement, nice barn, openrated at 7,000 head. 42 pens, covered processing barn, 6,500 linear face loafing shed, nice set of corrals and a heated shop. There are 50± feet of concrete feed bunks, 70-foot certified livestock scale along acres currently in hay production that are irrigated with “second in line” with 5-room office and two baths. Includes 20,000 bushel grain bins water rights for 160 acres from the Johnson-Holt ditch. The balance of the with 120 foot elevator connected to 1,000 bushel surfactant corn ranch is made up of good native grass pasture. In addition, Cummings conditioning bin that drops through a 4,500 bushel per hour roller Creek provides year-round live water on the property and there are four mill. Climate-maintained micro room with four concrete feed bays spring-fed ponds, two of which have good fishing as well as irrigation and 60x400 concrete silage pad. Close to community amenities and rights. This unique property has paved road access, natural gas service livestock auctions. $900,000. Logan Schliinz, 970 222-0584 and and 17± additional acres available, including the MK Acreage. Contact Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 49875


Mark McNamee, 307 467-5523. $2,250,000. Property ID: 47471

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Running Creek Farm & Ranch Wyoming v Niobrara County v Lusk


Located 14 miles northeast of Lusk are 1,360+ contiguous acres with 648 irrigated acres under four Zimmatic low-pressure pivots and 712 acres of native grass pastures. Historically harvest three cuttings with total annual yield averaging 3,200 tons of hay. All the pivots are fenced so cattle may graze the irrigated ground and adjoining pastures. A stateof-the-art water system includes four electric wells, one windmill and three buried water storage tanks strategically located throughout the property to maximize livestock grazing. Improvements include two homes, two shops, barn, three 60x160 hay barns, corrals and feedlot facilities with livestock scale. Owner-Financing Available! $3,000,000. Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 49626

Cottonwood Equestrian Center Montana v Carbon County v Silesia


This premier 378+-acre equestrian facility lies along the banks of the Clarks Fork River just 20 miles southwest of Billings, Montana. With over 30 indoor stalls, small indoor training arena, large indoor riding arena, and two large outdoor riding arenas, the Cottonwood is set up for large equestrian events as well as a private training facility. Other amenities include two large, custom-built homes, heated shop, heated mare barn, ranch office, wash rooms, vet rooms, large electric hot walker/exerciser, 24 RV hookups and more. Very few equine facilities of this caliber are ever offered for sale in this area. Price Reduced to $2,500,000. Denver Gilbert, 406 697-3961. Property ID: 46933

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,

Indian Canyon Ranch South Dakota v Fall River County v Hot Springs


Exquisite beauty is found throughout this contiguous 1,450±-acre ranch. 1,000± deeded acres and 450± BLM lease acres, all of which lie in the southern Black Hills approximately 30 minutes from Hot Springs and Custer State Park and within minutes of Angostura Reservoir.

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 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. $4,000,000. Denver Gilbert, 406 697-3961. Property ID: 49214

Historically summers approximately 125 to 150 head of yearling cattle for 4.5 months. Improvements include a remodeled 2,800-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-bath home with a walk-out basement, 3,888-squarefoot Morton building and set of working corrals. Whitetail deer, mule deer, elk, wild turkeys and upland game birds frequent the property. For the outdoor enthusiast, the Indian Canyon Ranch has it all. $1,150,000. Cory Clark, 307 334-2025. Property ID: 48774

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Cañones Creek Ranch on the Chama River New Mexico v Rio Arriba County v Chama


This 518-acre sportsman’s paradise is located in the heart of the Chama River Valley with 1¼ miles on both sides of the fully-enhanced Chama River and 5 stocked trout ponds. The main residence is a well-appointed 2,100-square-foot adobestyle home. Cañones Creek Ranch supports a productive hay farm operation with tremendous water rights. Sporting enthusiasts will enjoy the skeet shooting range, excellent big game hunting, and five landowner elk tags. $6,900,000.

Tarryall River Ranch Colorado v Park County v Lake George

Meadow Creek Ranch Montana v Park County v Wilsall


NEW LISTING! Surrounded on three sides by the stunning Crazy Mountains, the 320-acre Meadow Creek Ranch is a productive agricultural ranch with Montana-style recreation. Meadow Creek traverses through the property for 3/4 mile, punctuating the desirable water features of the ranch. The custom-built


PRICE REDUCED! Located within 2 hours of Denver and 1.5 hours of Colorado Springs,

log home and accompanying livestock barn are thoughtfully sited on the ranch for privacy and views. This property offers the complete package for both the recreationalist and the small ranch operator. $2,600,000.

Colorado, the 90-acre Tarryall River Ranch offers exceptional recreation. This guest ranch accommodates up to 40 guests and is an outstanding equestrian property and fly-fishing retreat. Eight miles from the Tarryall Reservoir, the property provides exceptional fishing on more than ¾ mile of the Tarryall River flowing

through the ranch. This is an ideal dude ranch, corporate retreat or private family getaway located in the heart of Colorado. $2,400,000.

Mamma Llama Ranch Idaho v Teton County v Teton Valley


The Mamma Llama Ranch is ideally situated in the heart of Teton Valley, Idaho, located a halfmile from the Teton River. This 24-acre ranch boasts an indoor riding arena with horse stalls,

P.O. Box 9240 Jackson, WY 83002

866-734-6100 toll free


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three paddocks and lush pastures for grazing. Enjoy the morning sunshine on the Teton River from the 4,580-square-foot home and spacious deck overlooking the creek with the Teton Range in the background. This location is ideal for the outdoor enthusiast with access to endless public land access, world-class fishing and trophy hunting opportunities. $1,395,000.

The Jewels of Paradise Valley

Dancing Wind Ranch 1,749 Acres

Montana v Park County v Paradise Valley


Situated in the prized Pine Creek drainage in the famed Paradise Valley, the Dancing Wind Ranch offers a rare opportunity to own one of the last great legacy ranches of Montana. This 1,749-acre ranch offers both privacy and protection without isolation. It borders the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness for one-quarter mile as well as having a shared Forest Service border for 3.5 miles. The best of everything that Montana has to offer beckons within the ranches mountain splendor, geological features, crystal clear mountain streams, pastoral meadows and breathtaking views in every direction. Historic Livingston is only minutes away. $19,750,000.

Grizzly Creek Ranch 1,967± Acres

Montana v Park County v Paradise Valley


Majestic granite peaks, rising 2,000 feet above the floor of the valley, stand guard over Grizzly Creek Ranch. This 1,967-acre ranch is home to some of the most spectacular views in a valley known for its beauty. 24 miles northwest of Gardiner, Montana (the North entrance to Yellowstone National Park) and 39 miles to Livingston, this property gives one access to some of the most unique geological features and endless recreational activities available in the United States and the world. $19,940,000.

Larry Jordan 406-222-1623

Rick Eisen 406-223-6872

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Pettyjohn Ranch California v Tehama County v Red Bluff


The 16,000-acre Pettyjohn Ranch is west of Red Bluff, California and surrounded by privately owned lands. Owned by one family for over 50 years, it represents what a distinctive cattle and hunting ranch should look like. Blue oaks dot the hilly countryside from meadows to steep wooded valleys where the trophy blacktail deer hide. Water is the lifeblood of any ranch and can be found everywhere on the Pettyjohn. There are many reservoirs, springs and seasonal streams. Cottonwood Creek runs for five miles through the ranch, as does Cold Fork Creek for several miles. Both run year-round. You can ride and

hike these valleys for days of endless fun. On a seasonal basis, the Pettyjohn Ranch will feed 800+ pair (a cow and calf). In addition, the ranch supports many and various kinds of game for the sportsman. There are numerous black bear, wild hogs 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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Ranch Creek Valley Ranch

Red Dirt Creek

Colorado v Grand County v Fraser


Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling


Ranch Creek Valley is a secluded 377±-acre mountain ranch bordered by Red Dirt Creek Ranch features a beautiful, custom-built log home on the United States Forest Service Indian Peaks Wilderness Area to the east 391 acres overlooking Red Dirt Creek with access to Arapaho National and the James Peak Protection Area to the south. Abundant wildlife and Forest. Outdoor recreation includes excellent hunting, fishing, ATVing, big game along with 2/3 mile of virgin riparian Ranch Creek, creating horseback riding, snowmobiling, hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing ideal habitat for Brook Trout and the native Colorado River Cutthroat and cross-country skiing both on the ranch and on the Arapaho National Trout. Ranch Creek Valley is the quintessential secluded mountain ranch Forest. Water skiing, fishing and ice fishing are also available at Wolford within 15 minutes of one of Colorado’s premier resorts. $1,695,000.

Reservoir, a short 10-minute drive from the ranch. $2,100,000.

Copper Spur Ranch

Tonahutu Creek Ranch

Colorado v Eagle County v McCoy

Colorado v Grand County v Grand Lake


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


In Grand Lake, Colorado the Tonahutu Creek Ranch encompasses 52

45 minutes from Vail and one hour from Steamboat Springs, Colorado. acres adjacent to Rocky Mountain National Park. The two fisheries on The ranch has a creek, two fishing ponds, water rights, 140 acres of the ranch include 1,000 feet on of both sides of the North Inlet as well hay meadow, is adjacent to BLM land and has several outbuildings, as an additional 2,000 feet of both sides of Tonahutu Creek and contain including barns, chicken coop, shop, greenhouse, bunkhouse and a brook trout, brown trout, rainbow trout, hofer-harrison trout and the small modest home. The Colorado River is a short 15-minute drive from Colorado River Cutthroat Trout. This is an extremely rare opportunity the ranch. $2,500,000.

to own land adjacent to a National Park. $4,375,000.


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

Rayner Ranch Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

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Sportsman’s Paradise California v Siskiyou County v Grenada


The unspoiled American paradise still exists and if you keep your eyes open, you can still make it your own. In the Shasta Valley, this wildly beautiful piece of land endures as it has for centuries. Set against the dazzling backdrop of frosted Mount Shasta and the Trinity Mountains, totaling 1,750 acres of grassy pastures and croplands. It is home to flourishing wildlife: a vast playground for the avid outdoorsman; and a secluded, sustainable retreat. 175+ acres irrigated

farmland. Perimeter fenced. Remodeled home and barns. Several springs provide water for livestock. $7,750,000.

Equestrian Ranch of Distinction Oregon v Deschutes County v Bend


Farm with Shasta Views California v Siskiyou County v Gazelle


This 200 acres includes 100 acres irrigated by two half pivots and wheel line. There are great

This equestrian ranch offers a 4,000-square- building sites for a dream home with huge Shasta views! This property is just three miles from foot custom home on 38.95 acres with a 6-stall I-5 in the Shasta Valley. $1,750,000. barn with lounge, covered round pen, second barn and shop. The ranch borders public lands and features 14.8 irrigated acres, perimeter fencing and is minutes to downtown Bend. $1,235,000.


Farm & Ranch Specialists Serving Oregon and California

Coldwell Banker Morris - Oregon Brandon Fairbanks

The Historic Bridge Creek Ranch Oregon v Lake County v Silver Lake


Licensed Broker in Oregon and California The Bridge Creek Ranch consists of 1,187 acres with 3+ miles of beautiful Bridge Creek meandering through the ranch. This working Bison ranch is fenced and cross fenced with 30+ miles of newer fencCalBRE#01343552

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ing built for bison. 142 acres are flood irrigated. There is a main Home, caretaker’s home, shop, historic barn, schoolhouse, bunk house and cook house. The ranch borders public land. This great location has year-round access and is just minutes to Silver Lake. $1,497,000.


Massive pine logs from Montana and the Yellowstone fire of 1988 are the foundation for





100-year-old Kentucky hardwood plank floors, impressive dual handmade copper chandeliers and massive native stone fireplaces make this grandeur of western style architecture a timeless masterpiece. The spacious but warm home is ideally situated on 71+ glorious acres in the heart of Douglas County, Colorado. A very private setting surrounded by endless blue skies and vast mountain views! A sanctuary for elk, deer, birds of prey and numerous other wildlife. Only minutes from Denver, Colorado Springs and Castle Rock urban centers yet a world away from the hustle and bustle of city

Red Lightning Ranch Colorado v Douglas County v Sedalia

life. Situated behind a secure gated entrance, the home has over 10,000 finished square feet, garages for six cars, a fully equipped seven-stall barn and several other attractive agricultural outbuildings perfect for a variety of ranching activities. The craftsmanship and beauty of this estate make it a “True Colorado Treasure”. An additional contiguous 43 acres may be available. Call Tom for current pricing at 303 547-0022.

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Harris Ranch Montana v Garfield Co. v Missouri Breaks


At $5.5 million, this 10,390-acre wildlife ranch in Garfield County, Montana may possibly be the best archery elk hunting in America. Carefully managed for decades, elk from the Missouri River Breaks congregate here by the hundreds during the rut. 411½ and a 402 bulls have been taken. About a dozen Pope and Young bulls are harvested annually on deeded land! Deer, turkeys and pheasants also have huge populations. This 10,390acre Central Montana working ranch runs 200 cows and puts up enough feed on the 330 irrigated acres to winter 350-400 cows. The Missouri River Breaks of central Montana contain one of the largest elk herds in Montana. Wolves are not present. The bulls grow massive antlers. $5,500,000.

East Fork Ranch Wyoming v Fremont County v Dubois


East of Jackson, Wyoming, near Dubois, is the 220-acre East Fork Ranch, which was the headquarters of Wyoming’s famous 50,000-acre Double Diamond Ranch. Today, thousands of elk, deer, bighorn sheep and antelope depend on the Double Diamond for winter forage. Chris LeDoux sang the Ol’ Double Diamond, which is rated as one of the top cowboy songs. $3,000,000.

Clifton Bergleee 406 628-2341 PO Box 578 Laurel, MT 59044


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

H. Stuart • 337 376-2851

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Cross Y Ranch


Arizona v Yavapai County v Black Canyon City Located on the Agua Fria River just 30 miles north of the Phoenix Metro area, the Cross Y Ranch headquarters sits in a valley surrounded by beautiful desert mountains. The main house overlooks the valley with wonderful views of the river and the mountains. The house is exceptional in its construction with over 13,000 square feet under roof and all the amenities for a gracious lifestyle secluded from the outside world. In addition to the main house, there is a comfortable Santa Festyle home with an inviting outdoor pool and barbeque area that overlooks the valley. The ranch headquarters has two houses and four large mobile homes for managers, cowboys and ranch help. The headquarters has barns, horse stalls and permanent pastures for horses and livestock. It is well established for breeding horses and training horses with room for roping arenas and cutting pens. The ranch has water rights on the Agua Fria River for irrigating about 25 acres of permanent pastures at the headquarters as well as wells and springs scattered around the ranch for livestock. The ranch holds grazing rights for 250 head of cattle on the BLM land surrounding the 97 acres of deeded land at the headquarters. The ranch controls all vehicular access into the ranch through locked gates. $5,000,000. Cooperation with real estate brokers is welcome.

Hebbard & Webb, Inc. Jim Webb 602 275-5715 1401 N. 24th Street, Suite 1 Phoenix, AZ 85008


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Chimney Peak Ranch


Exclusively Being Offered

Colorado v Ouray County v Ridgway

The Chimney Peak Ranch is the perfect combination of extreme beauty, privacy and master craftsmanship. Located east of Ridgway and at the foot of the Cimarron Range of the San Juan Mountains is a working Western cattle ranch on 2,392± deeded acres along with a 25,798± acre forest permit. Beginning at the valley floor, this ranch starts in productive, irrigated hay meadows and moves through rolling rangeland to large groves of aspen and spruce. Traversed by three flowing creeks, the lush landscape is only superseded by world-renowned views to the south and east. This ranch has recently undergone a massive transformation as Master Yacht builder, John Staluppi, has taken his passion for design and elegance and spared no expense recreating the ranch. Features include: 8,079-square-foot main ranch house, 4,912-square-foot pool house, 3,865-square-foot mountain lodge as well as extensive ranch renovations. $28,950,000.

Red Rock Canyon Ranch Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose


Located on Bostwick Park, 10 miles east of Montrose, this 286-acre ranch features 270 highly productive irrigated acres with a fourstall horse barn, two domestic wells and spectacular mountain views. A 3,226-squarefoot farm house was recently built to capture the beauty and tranquility of the San Juan Mountains, Uncompahgre Plateau and West Elk Mountains surrounding the ranch. If you’re looking for a highly productive, turnkey, hay ranch, you will not find a finer property in the area. $2,295,000.

M & M Land and Cattle Company Colorado v Montrose County v Norwood


Pristine 177-acre ranch bordering the Uncompahgre National Forest with year-round access, power, well, and two ponds. The property is 55± minutes northwest of Telluride and an hour southwest of Montrose in the highly coveted Hunting Unit 61! There is also an FAA-approved runway on the property for the backcountry aviator. With endless magnificent mountain views, combined with lush green meadows and trophy hunting, this ranch is a rare find at a great price! $849,000.

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

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

Crazy D Ranch


Montana v Sweet Grass County v Big Timber

The Crazy D Ranch is one of those rare Montana ranches for sale with the size and agricultural production to be a viable farming and livestock operation while also providing excellent wild trout fisheries, upland bird hunting and big game


With easy access to the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Grand Targhee

hunting. The ranch also has one of the rarest of amenities for a western ranch,

Ski & Summer Resort, and both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National an approximate 335-acre private reservoir perfectly suited for water skiing and Parks, this offering represents a unique opportunity to acquire a true jet ski family fun on hot summer days. Combine that with quality improvelegacy property in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, one of the most coveted

ments and stunning views of the Absaroka and Crazy Mountains and you have

areas in the United States. Circle Lazy H Ranch on Fall Creek boasts 160 a highly desirable ranch. Price reduced to $15,500,000. Property ID: 48609 deeded acres in a remarkably private setting. A recreational paradise, cutthroat fishing, as well as hunting, hiking and horseback riding on the

Shaniko Ranch

ranch and adjacent public lands. Enjoy cross-country and back-country

Oregon v Wasco County v Shaniko

the ranch features over a mile of two forks of Fall Creek with excellent

skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling from the ranch during the winter months. Price reduced to $7,950,000. Property ID: 46615

New Listing


Shaniko Ranch consists of 7,242± acres and is perimeter fenced along with cross fencing, creating four different pastures. Private ranches surround the Shaniko in all directions. Vegetation consists of lush grasses with many native plants consisting of sagebrush, bitter brush, some ponderosa pine and

96 Ranch Oregon v Crook County v Prineville


Where Central Oregon’s high desert turns to evergreen forest, where the skies are bluer and the grass is greener, nestled in its own valley between

aspen found within the canyon drainages. Springs and a year-round creek flow into the 2- acre lake, with the flow continuing into Big Pine Canyon Creek. Numerous small creeks and springs keep the ranch very well watered. Elevation is 3,300± to 2,700± feet. A private paved drive leads into the ranch. Price reduced to $5,400,000. Property ID: 46175

Logan Butte and Smokey Butte, and just a little over an hour from the popular city of Bend, is the one of kind 96 Ranch. You’ll be welcomed and feel right at home at the 96 Ranch which offers all the bells and whistles; an efficient cattle operation, outstanding mule deer and Rocky mountain elk hunting. Two swell homes, a bunkhouse, an apartment, shop, and equipment storage, are all included in this 3,500± contiguous block deeded acres. The 96 Ranch offers out the gate BLM permit and National Forest permit within a comfortable distant that allows the operator to trail cattle to


and from summer pasture; both are private, out the gate permits. Hay Lands

Idaho v Idaho County v Kooskia

include 79 sprinkler irrigated acres, irrigated meadows and several hundred very productive dry land farm ground. $3,200,000. Property ID: 49617


The Foxglove Ranch consists of 175± acres with approximately one mile of beautiful, Clearwater River frontage. Lush meadows transition into thick timbered ridges, creating wonderful wildlife habitat. The property is situated on the south side of the Clearwater River with a private tram supplying access to the property and creating the ultimate in privacy. Overlooking the river and the meadows is a comfortable 1,800±-square-foot home, contemporary in style • 800-238-8616 Brokering the Finest Farms, Ranches & Sporting Properties


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with outdoor decks taking advantage of the views. For the airplane enthusiast there is also a 2,200± foot grass runway on the property which has been meticulously cared for. Price reduced to $1,320,000. Property ID: 47875

Reimagine Your Napa Valley Escape! California v Napa Valley

Wine Country meets rustic ranch! Near the top of Atlas Peak this 160-acre ranch with varying topography, variety of trees and sweeping views includes four homes, two barns, corrals, pasture, orchard and pool. Rare opportunity for privacy in close proximity to world famous Napa Valley. Create Your Vision: horse ranch, winery, family compound, corporate retreat? Go to our websites for more information and our excellent video tour.

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Huerfano Valley Ranch

Riverton Area Hay Farm

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

Wyoming v Fremont County v Riverton


This versatile hay farm produces quality alfalfa for export; maintains a frontage on the Huerfano River, abundant natural grasslands, multiple year-round cow/calf operation and a feedlot. The operation comprises residences and unlimited possibilities for the future. $2,700,000. 155± deeded acres and 780± leased acres of cropland and pasture with Broker: Sam Faris. Property ID: 45315

balance in improvements and feedlot. $1,250,000. Listed by FWRE of Wyoming. Susan Pokorny and Timmery Hellyer. Property ID: 45707

Wind River Mountains Guest Ranch Wyoming v Fremont County v Lander


Authentic mountain guest ranch situated on the Shoshone National Forest and accessing over 100,000 acres of the Wind River Mountains. Features numerous

Golden Gate Canyon Retreat

cabins and being sold as a turn-key operation. $975,000. Listed by FWRE

Colorado v Jefferson County v Golden

of Wyoming. Susan Pokorny and Timmery Hellyer. Property ID: 44415


Just a short drive up Golden Gate Canyon State Park from Denver, this 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 ranch lies within a 455±-acre equestrian community surrounded by Pike National Forest with direct access to miles of wilderness trails. There is a luxurious three-bedroom log home, barn with guest apartment and large shop. It is one hour to either Denver or Colorado Springs. $825,000. Broker: Jack Kavanaugh Property ID: 48669 ®

Quartz Creek Cabins 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

7921 Southpark Plaza #108 • Littleton, CO 80120

800 754-0544 • 303 534-4822


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barn, and a fine owner’s home near the town of Pitkin. Each cabin can accommodate six guests and fishing is literally right out the back door. $950,000. Listed by Nancy Duetsch. Property ID: 45265


These 660 acres of pines, pasture and juniper have 167± acres irrigated from four reservoirs. Flood irrigation plus four wheel lines and water cannons. Ideal for cattle, horses, or grass hay. 3,000-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bath home inside a 6,000-square-foot building, 3 two-bedroom cabins, RV garage, stable, indoor arena with stalls, separate stall barn, shop, six-bay equipment shed, hay barn/

Private Turn-Key Ranch

airplane hangar, airstrip. Fully furnished plus equipment and more! A lot here for the money.

Oregon v Klamath County v Bly

OWC/OAC. MLS# 83233. $1,600,000.


Prime farmland, alfalfa, grain, potatoes on this 100-acre farm with 88 KID sprinkled acres. 3,702-square-foot, three-bedroom, 2.5bath home; den, laundry room, open kitchen dining-sitting area, great room with gorgeous rock fireplace, 20-foot ceilings, mahogany bar, hardwood floors, carpet, tile, granite, spa tub, open tile shower- a few of the special amenities in this house. Three-car garage, hay barn, 30x44

Henley Farming Estate Oregon v Klamath County v Klamath Falls

shop, new grading and rock. Entertain on the covered decks or just enjoy the scenery! $895,000. Cindy, 541 891-3580;

Scenic, Private, Unique Oregon v Klamath County v Chiloquin


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

Old Fort Road Ranch Oregon v Klamath County v Klamath Falls


These 395+ acres of irrigated pasture and timberland lie in a unique valley about 10 miles from Klamath Falls. They offer a three-bedroom, two-bath manufactured home, livestock barn, shop/garage, outbuildings and corrals. Recent timber cruise of 382 MBF of pine, fir and cedar. The owner has run up to 150 pair with 110 acre rights from irrigation well and approx. 116 acres of sub-irrigated meadows. Includes irrigation equipment. Beautiful rural setting for cattle, horses and kids! MLS# 85207. A great value at $1.1 million.

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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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Bay View Ranch – 272 Acres California v Sonoma County v Sonoma Wine Country Spectacular views, vineyard potential, lake and springs. $7,900,000.

Historic Sierra Ranch – 1,000 Acres California v Plumas County v Sierra Nevada Recreation paradise, luxury home, 3 creeks and lake. $8,950,000.

Premier California Ranches California California is home to some of the most spectacular ranch and recreational properties in the West and we know the landscape well. From the Sierra

Private Valley - 2,655 Acres

Nevada to the Pacific Coast, The Chickering Company has spent over

California v Plumas County v Sierra Nevada

retreats, fishing and hunting lodges, and more. In addition, we locate

Wildlife, recreation and ranching. $2,900,000.

35 years brokering California ranches, mountain hideaways, coastal and evaluate properties throughout the West. Our clients count on our specialized knowledge, experience and discretion to guide them to exceptional properties and represent their interests in real estate transactions. Visit all of our California ranches at

Sportsman’s Paradise - 2,995 Acres California v Tehama County v Mt. Lassen Foothills Trout Creek, wildlife and ranching. $3,800,000.

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R Bar N Ranch Montana v Deer Lodge County v Deer Lodge

Table Rock Ranch Colorado v Routt County v McCoy



A tranquil oasis of lush irrigated meadows and cottonwood-lined Impeccably maintained, 3,017± acres, including 1,500± irrigated acres streams nestled beneath rocky buttes, the extraordinary water, scenery

serviced by 12 pivots. 600 mother cows plus 1,500 ton in hay sales

and privacy of this 785±-acre fishing property are complemented by per year. Three homes and newer agricultural structures, including exceptional accommodations and a convenient location within easy reach of Vail Valley amenities and airport. $18,500,000.

heated vet room, shops, equipment storage. Maximum production at 750-800 mother cows. $9,950,000.

Mosca Pass Ranch Colorado v Huerfano County v Gardner

5,056± deeded, contiguous acres located 15 miles west of Gardner and

Lost Elk Ranch - 4F Unit

two miles east of the Great Sand Dunes National Park. This unimproved

Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


ranch features tremendous views, quality rangeland, excellent big game hunting, numerous water resources and aspen/pine forests where it adjoins national forest boundary. $7,500,000.


Situated at the confluence of Beaver Creek and Morrison Creek, this 665±-acre ranch features a beautiful mountain setting, excellent wildlife habitat, aspens, meadows and a lake teeming with trout. The ranch is adjacent to national forest and less than 30 miles south of Steamboat Springs. $7,370,000.

Caliente Ranch California v Kern County v Twin Oaks


The sprawling Caliente Ranch comprises 7,300± acres along the eastern edge of Walker Basin in Kern County. This is a beautiful hunting and recreational ranch with endless potential to enhance wildlife habitat. $2,736,000. 877 834-6946 Investment Quality Rural Real Estate Throughout the U.S. & Internationally. Since 1946. Sales | Auctions | Finance | Appraisals | Management


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Thoft Ranch Montana v Ravalli County v Stevensville


These 2,411± deeded acres of western Montana majesty located in the Sapphire Range overlook the Bitterroot Mountains. This property is over 95% timbered and has South Burnt Fork Creek flowing through for over a mile. USFS boundaries with a section of State Lease included. $5,500,000.

Professionally Designed Equestrian Facilities!


Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point

Multiple dwellings with a potential of two spectacular additional homesites on 362.70 acres. 220 acres of irrigated ground. Wine Grape study shows 180 potential vineyard acres. Engineered drainage system, covered arena with attached viewing area and multiple wash rack tack and fitting facility, vet barn with two stalls and all the amenities, as well as 26 shed row stalls all with runs! $3,900,000. MLS# 2906279

Working Livestock Ranch Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point


1,038.93 acres, well balanced with irrigation, dryland pasture and feed lots. Currently raising

Spectacular Southern Oregon Ranch

beef on a farm to market program. Four homes and a rustic cabin. Five barns, shop and two sets Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point


of working corrals. A beautiful setting. Deer, elk, quail and other game. Twenty minutes to central 294.04 acres, combining 89 irrigated acres, dry services and 10 minutes from mountain recreation sites. $3,700,000. MLS#267279

ground and hillside. Beautiful, year-round creek and two homes! The single-level main home 2,060 square feet, three bedrooms and two baths. The second home is a single-level with 980 square feet, one bedroom and one bath. Large barn with stalls, a loafing shed and a workshop for your ranching needs. In addition is a hay barn, machine shed and a 150x75 covered arena with four stalls. Views of the ranch land and even Mt. McLoughlin from the homes and facilities. A property that has been owned by the same family for over 45 years is

Rogue River Jewel!


now available. $1,600,000. MLS# 2952758

Oregon v Jackson County v Eagle Point

174.85 acres with 162 acres irrigated. Waterfront on the entire West Boundary, estimated at 3,900 feet. Waterfront includes current and old river channel. Great river access. Currently in hay production on shares and running yearling cattle, as well. Could have wonderful home site

Tom Harrison, Broker

on the bench overlooking the river. The existing improvements and irrigation system have all 548 Business Park Dr. • Medford, OR 97504 been substantially remodeled in the last 8 years. Look at the taxes, an unusually low cost holding 800 772-7284 • 541 772-0000 investment. Initial vineyard analysis available. $3,200,000. MLS# 2940532 Volume 58 Farm&Ranch West


Gold Springs Ranch New Mexico v Santa Fe County v Santa Fe


Beautiful Santa Fe ranch for sale. Ranch consists of 5,000± deeded acres and located only minutes away from the Historic Santa Fe Plaza. Just minutes from the ranch and along the scenic Turquoise Trail are the historic ghost and coalmining town of Madrid. These days, Madrid is a creative community with over 40 shops and galleries, several restaurants, a spa and a museum. A couple of miles north is the quaint village of Cerrillos that includes a state park with hiking paths and horseback riding. The Gold Springs Ranch is priced at $10,000,000. Owner will consider trading for a larger northern New Mexico or southern Colorado ranch. Will pay cash difference, if necessary.

Winding Water Ranch


New Mexico San Miguel Co. v Santa Fe

Overlooking dramatic rock formations

Flying Heart Ranch New Mexico v Socorro Co. v Bingham

carved by hundreds of years of river flow, lies New Mexico’s Winding

Water Ranch. The ranch is 1,260 The colorful New Mexico sky is the backdrop for acres± of magnificent scenery with the this working cattle ranch near Bingham. Majestic majestic Pecos River as its centerpiece.


mountains, rolling hills and vast meadows are The ranch has a gentle roll with mature all part of the beautiful landscape of the Flying piñon and juniper trees, flat grasslands and vistas beyond belief. The Winding Water Ranch is Heart Ranch in Socorro County. The ranch is 35 minutes from the historic Plaza in downtown Santa Fe. The varieties of use are almost limitless a perfect display of natural beauty. Consisting for those seeking a live water property. Fishing, equestrian pursuits, recreational or agricultural of 4,331± acres. The picturesque topography adventures are all distinctly possible at the Winding Water Ranch. $3,654,000. provides excellent habitat for wildlife, as the rolling hills and meadows set the stage for the historically successful cattle operation. The Flying Heart Ranch epitomizes the romance of the West. There are fewer of these beautiful hideouts available every day. Do not delay, you do not want to miss this opportunity to own a piece of the West! $1,175,000.

Gordon Lake Ranch Texas v Palo Pinto Co. v Gordon


A higher density development may be possible based on our research of available utilities. Power is available and a looped system community water supply exists. City sewer services to the property are being developed. Gordon Lake Ranch will soon be a fully entitled

Paul Taylor III 866 323-3111 • 400 W Second Street Roswell, NM 88201 •


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property ready for a developer. It will be up to you to determine density. Value can be readily found in this 973 acres with available utilities, I 20 Frontage and only 40 minutes from Ft Worth. Prepared to sell all or part of the ranch nestled comfortably near the beautiful little town of Gordon. $4,820,000.

Hooks Ranch 66,000 Acres

Wyoming v Carbon County v Hanna

Tybar Ranch 600Âą Acres

Colorado v Garfield County v Carbondale Cattle ranch and equestrian property is priced at $29,975,000.

Working ranch is priced at $13,500,000.

Roosevelt Farm 1,689 Acres

New Mexico v Roosevelt County v Causey

Rainy Mesa Ranch 350Âą Acres

New Mexico v Catron County v Reserve Farm property is priced at $3,200,655.

Hunting and recreational ranch is priced at $3,900,000.

4 Harts Ranch 35 Acres

Colorado v Larimer County v Loveland Equestrian property is priced at $875,000.

Keller Ranch

1,920 Acres

Nebraska v Kimball County v Kimball Working ranch is priced at $1,700,000.

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The River Ranch - 1,322 Acres California v Yolo County v Rumsey Located near town of Rumsey in Yolo County, The River Ranch is on the market for the first time in 35 years! This extraordinary recreational ranch lies at the end of a county road nestled between the hills of Capay Valley, as Cache Creek meanders through the ranch. The ranch boasts a beautifully restored ranch house, bunkhouse, incredible shop and a great room with large bar and full restaurant kitchen for large groups. The property has too many amenities to list and provides quality pig, turkey and deer hunting. $5,450,000.

The Payne Ranch - 3,147 Acres

Turkey Track Ranch - 2,575 Acres

California v Colusa County v Williams

California v Colusa County v Williams

This cattle ranch lies at Highway 16 & 20, 18 miles west of I-5 and the City This county ranch lies at Highway 16 & 20, 18 miles west of I-5 and the of Williams. This ranch has good grazing ground, and has pig and deer

City of Williams. This grazing and recreational ranch has pig, deer and

hunting. The ranch is subject to a conservation easement and co-listed with

elk hunting, as well as a nice lodge and bunkhouse, nice ponds and is

John Brennan of P. F. Brennan & Sons. $2,832,759.

very private. Priced to sell at $3,090,600.

Specializing in Farm & Ranch Properties in Northern California

Scott Stone, Broker • 530 662-4094 (office) • 530 681-1410 (mobile) Marshall Cook, Broker • 916 307-3801 (mobile) John Brennan, Broker • 530 870-6625 (mobile)


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Lytle Creek Ranch Wyoming v Crook County v Hulett


A hidden gem in the western Black Hills, this ranch in one of the most picturesque and private settings available in the Bear Lodge Mountains. End of the road privacy with live water and the entire east side bordering the Black Hills National Forest. The ranch is comprised of 1,160 deeded acres. A striking mixture of pine covered hills, steep canyons, aspen groves, high meadows, unobstructed views, creek bottoms and bur oak draws provide an exquisite landscape. Almost 2 miles of Lytle Creek runs through the ranch. Ranch buildings include a three-bedroom home, hunter’s cabin, several barns and sheds. The combination of majestic vistas, mountain scenery, live water and access to public lands make the Lytle Creek Ranch a place you’ll want to enjoy for a lifetime. $3,480,000.

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 Retreat Wyoming v Crook County v Aladdin


Impressive 186-acre Black Hills property with a one-of-a-kind home that combines maximum

Taylor Ranch

efficiency with detailed elegance. From the

Wyoming v Weston County v Four Corners

time you enter this one-level home you will


Scenic 435 acre Black Hills ranch southeast

feel a grand sense of spoiled luxury. It has an

of Four Corners. Beautiful landscape with

inviting atmosphere and an open floor plan

pine, cedar and aspen forest, open meadows,

designed for entertaining guests. Many custom

hidden parks and panoramic views in a very

features including a deluxe kitchen, custom

private setting. Many choice home sites with the

cabinetry, solid Caesar stone counter tops, majority of the property offering southern exposure and secluded timbered alcoves. Has a spring spacious master suite, spa tub, fireplace, harddevelopment piped in to a stock tank and a seasonal reservoir. Abundant recreation amenities and wood flooring, French doors, wraparound history in the region with the land being close to National Forest, Mallo Camp and the route of the covered porch. Includes a guesthouse, horse Cheyenne-Deadwood Stage. This property has been in the same family for nearly 100 years. A rare barn, shop and outdoor riding arena. This offering in one of the most sought-after western Black Hills locations. $826,500. handsome country estate is an exceptional find

Lodge on Lytle Creek

in picturesque surroundings. $1,387,000.

Wyoming v Crook County v Hulett


Stunning property with live water in a premier Black Hills location just minutes from Devils Tower. Lytle Creek runs year round through this remarkable 12.5-acre property. A park-like venue with a thick stand of bur oak trees, open

meadows, views across the valley, and two custom homes nestled in the woods above the stream. The main home has a western lodge atmosphere with an open floor plan that works great for entertaining. Features include a massive great room, vaulted ceilings, wood and tile flooring, several sets of glass

Jim Pederson 505 W. Main Street Newcastle, WY 82701

patio doors, loft, extensive decks and outdoor living spaces. The private two-story guest house is

307 746-2083

situated with views overlooking the creek. This excellent Black Hills retreat has it all! $598,000. Volume 58 Farm&Ranch West


Lazy S Bar Ranch

Pheasant Hill Ranch Partnership

Wyoming v Albany County v Medicine Bow


This scenic ranch features top quality rangeland, sub-irrigated and irrigated


Wyoming v Goshen County v Torrington

pastures and a variety of wildlife. The ranch is watered by streams, creeks, Irrigated cropland, irrigated pastures and sub-irrigated meadow located reservoirs, springs and dams. Prime grazing with irrigated meadows allows within 8 miles of Torrington, Wyoming. Raises all of the valley crops. two plus pounds per day gain. It lies in the #7 elk hunting area, which issues Upland game birds and waterfowl hunting. The ranch borders a 2,000 elk licenses. Herds numbering in the hundreds are common. There is Wyoming Game and Fish Preserve. The property lies in the migratory

record book antelope hunting. Near Medicine Bow National Forest. 26,466 flyway of Canada Geese. There is a nice population of deer and lots of wetlands and flowing springs. The ranch consists of 746 total acres with total acres with 12,341 deeded, 12,204 BLM, 1,921 State. $5,900,000. 642 acres of Goshen Hole Irrigation District water rights. $1,250,000.

Lyman Farm Nebraska v Scotts Bluff County v Lyman


This 452 acre property with 382 acres Gering/Fort Laramie water is a

Scottsbluff County Farm Nebraska v Scottsbluff County v Scottsbluff


combination irrigated farm with sub-irrigated pasture and dry pasture. Located in the western panhandle of Nebraska, this farm consists of 3 Would be ideal pure bred operation or as a row crop farm. New home parcels totaling 448+ deeded acres. These farms offer some of the better and an older home. Excellent soils. Would facilitate two full center soils in the area with high production history for corn, sugar beets, edible pivots and a full line of livestock improvements. There is county road beans and alfalfa. The farms are presently leased by two tenants that have frontage. $1,250,000.

been in place for several years. The tenants would like the leases to remain as they are for continued farming. Most irrigation is done by newer Valley and Zimmatic Sprinklers with minimal flood irrigation. Along with the surface water, two of the farms have irrigation wells; two gas and one electric motor. Markets are within close proximity of the farms.

Iron Creek Wyoming v Goshen County v Heartville


North of Heartville, these 560 acre are only two miles from Guernsey State Park and Guernsey Lake. Extremely scenic with abundant mountain grass and mature evergreens. There are elk, deer, turkey and bobcat.

Riverland Wyoming v Goshen County v Lingle


This river property has 285 acres with 1.25 miles of North Platte River frontage. It has the goose refuge on it. There is abundant wildlife and

215 East 20th Avenue • Torrington, WY 82240

307 532-7131 • 800 658-4431 •


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some of the best waterfowl hunting in the area. There are tree-covered meadows and is located 1.5 miles from Lingle, Wyoming. $800,000. BROKER OWNED

Gateway Ranch


Colorado v Hinsdale County v Lake City

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

Suzy D Ranch Colorado v San Miguel County v Telluride


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

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Miller Prairie Oregon v Morrow County v Heppner


This eastern Oregon ranch boasts a 3,500-square-foot lodge overlooking a 7-acre lake stocked with Donaldson Hybrid “Super� Trout. Two cedar-sided, concrete-floored heated shops have plenty of room to work on projects throughout the year. Other improvements include a cedarsided barn with two horse stalls and cattle handling facilities and separate cabins for visitors.

Wilburn Ranch Brokerage 38498 Fox Round Basin Rd. Long Creek, OR 97856

the balance in a high mountain meadow. Elk and deer (whitetail and mule) can be seen in

541 421-5300

the sale. All improvements were built in 2007 with attention to detail and quality being of the

Butte Valley Ranch


Eastern Nevada

Located in Eastern Nevada high desert country, this property is 7,320 acres of fee land with creeks and meadows throughout. There are also over a million acres of public grazing lands with feed to run 600 cows and 5,000 sheep yearround. Cow numbers could be increased. Creeks and springs supply irrigation water for 4 pivots. There is hunting for mule deer and mountain lion. There are landowner elk tags. Enjoy fishing and lots of recreation. This is a working, prestigious livestock operation with many opportunities. Could be turn-key if you wish. Tremendous country in all aspects. Call me or go to for our video and brochure showcasing an overview of this impressive ranch investment. Asking $6,500,000.

Gunn & Associates Real Estate, Inc. Tom Gunn 775 343-0200


There are 1,955 contiguous deeded acres with 70% timbered with pine, fir, western larch and

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the meadow almost year round. An extensive list of heavy and light equipment is included in utmost importance. This very private ranch offers opportunities for family gatherings, cattle ranching, fishing, hunting or riding your horse through the pines. $5,700,000.

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


Private property and future development in prestigious Hobble Creek Canyon is limited. This one-of-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 yearround 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. $2,290,000. For more information, please visit

LuAnn Grazzini 801 830-7766 424 South State Street • Orem, Utah 84058

Dunckley Peak Retreat Colorado v Routt Co. v Steamboat Springs


A truly rare and beautiful inholding in the Routt National Forest and Flattop Wilderness. This remote property offers 160 acres of recreation and prime hunting land with a resident big elk herd. The stocked/aerated fishing lake and pond create fun for the whole family. Improvements include the original remodeled homestead cabin, new main lodge, barn, shop, barbecue, bar and dance floor, powered by solar and electric. The lodges sleep 21 people. This turn-key gem includes furnishings, artwork, equipment, and tools. Own your own grand adventure! $2,100,000.

High Meadows Ranch Colorado v Routt County v Steamboat Springs


With a scenic Lynx Pass location, this 196-acre alpine retreat borders National Forest and Silver Creek Wilderness area. The ranch offers superb hunting and excellent fishing. There is a stocked pond and lively Morrison Creek meanders through the ranch. Improvements include the main lodge, 2 fully furnished, 3-bedroom guest homes, a picture-perfect barn with wrangler’s apartment, plus equestrian amenities and corrals. Ski Steamboat Springs! Boat Stagecoach Lake! A recreational paradise! $2,850,000.

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Ever After

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


This uniquely secluded 52±-acre estate along the San Pedro River in Southeastern Arizona offers every conceivable amenity. There is a spacious 4,100-square-foot, three-bedroom, twobath, Mediterranean-Ranch style main home

Long Realty - Benson 642 W. 4th Street Benson, AZ 85602


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-square-foot 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. $2,600,000.


Clearwater Ranch is an 84-acre private, gated family compound, retreat center, investment property, school facility or is zoned for a 32bed residential care facility (i.e. ADA Compliant Treatment Center, Senior Care Center, etc.). Bring your vision to this unique property with 35 bedrooms and 27 baths spread out over five large homes, which range from 2,500 to 3,600 square feet, four one-bedroom/one-bath cabins with private decks and a shared laundry room, a 3,500-square-foot gymnasium with commercial

Clearwater Ranch California v Sonoma County v Cloverdale

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kitchen, bar and game room. Less than 1.5 miles to town, with beautiful views including 320 acres of park land to the south! $5,250,000.

High Desert Retreat Utah v Wayne County v Notom


Enjoy the privacy of 53 acres and the rugged beauty of Southern Utah’s High Desert near Capitol Reef National Park. Bordered by public lands with stunning views by daylight and astounding star-filled skies by night. The courtyard of the 3,600-square-foot home transitions to the wilderness. $689,000.

Cathy Bagley P.O. Box 750009 • Torrey, UT 84775 435 425-3200

Baton Rouge

46285 Riverdale Heights

New Orleans

Louisiana Tangipahoa Parish v Robert


Fair Hill Ranch is situated on 270 acres of gorgeous country property ideally located 9 miles from Covington, 12 miles from Mandeville and 45 minutes from both New Orleans and Baton Rouge. The ranch offers open grazing pastures for cattle and horses, extensive stands of diverse woods, ponds and bayous. Fair Hill is a safe haven for wildlife such as deer, wild turkey, duck, geese and quail which can be observed from multiple lookout stations. All-weather roads provide access throughout the property which is securely enclosed with net wire fencing. Property structures include an enclosed 2,000-square-foot workshop with lockable roll-up doors, 6,000-foot of covered area for machinery, a picturesque barn, cow

Jim Keaty 337 344-4236

penning facility and a chicken yard. This unique property is ideal for a secluded homesite,

350 Doucet Road, Suite B Lafayette, LA 70503

recreation or development and can accommodate a landing strip for airplanes. $5,619,328. Volume 58 Farm&Ranch West
















Dead Man’s Canyon Ranch 8,317 Acres

Southwest Texas v Val Verde County v Pecos River


West of Del Rio, along the Eastern banks of the Pecos River, lies one of the most unique, historical and pre-historically significant pieces of land in the state of Texas. Along her 6 miles of Pecos river frontage, and adjacent to the Pecos River High Bridge, you can experience sheer bluffs, numerous documented caves, pictographs, pre-historic and American Indian artifacts, as well as the remains of how the West was won. You owe yourself a trip to the Dead Man’s Canyon Ranch if you are looking for a ranch with “something different”. 210 924-LAND (5263) Volume 58 Farm&Ranch West



Marfa Vista Ranch has a private entrance off US Highway 90, just five miles west of Marfa and also a private deeded easement off Pinto Canyon Road or FM 2810 into a back entrance of the property. Winding, all-weather entrance road up to a broad hill and building site with commanding 360-degree views of the Marfa

Marfa Vista Ranch

grassland and the surrounding mountains. This ranch is just minutes into town, but

1,936 Acres

with the privacy of being on your own ranch.

West Texas v Presidio County v Marfa

$2,975,000. Property ID: 46327


Mills Pecos River Ranch was first settled in 1923 and history abounds here. The two-story headquarters house was built in 1924 from cut limestone blocks chiseled from cliffs along Howard Draw and hauled by wagons to the building site, creating a classic iconic early Texas home. Historic Native American features appear throughout the property. This working ranch is situated at the convergence of three biologically distinct eco-regions in Texas and offers more

Mills Pecos River Ranch 7,800 Acres

West Texas v Val Verde County

than six miles of total frontage and more than 1.5 miles of that on both sides of the crystal clear spring-fed Pecos River. Three natural crossings make this private stretch for canoeing, camping, hunting, and fishing unique among most ranches on the Devils and Pecos Rivers.  Elevation is between 1,600 and 2,122 feet with numerous steep carved wooded limestone canyons, as well as gentle mesa tops. $6,630,000. Property ID: 49029

Edwards Draw Ranch

11,420 Acres

West Texas Crockett & Val Verde Co. v Ozona


The Edwards Draw Ranch was once part of the famous 200 section Bill West family ownership. The Edwards Draw Ranch is dominated by native grasses and juniper typical of the Edwards Plateau, as well as a diverse landscape of forbs, shrubs and trees. Many range scientists have described this ranch after observing the implementation of Holistic Management Goals as “unique to the region” with outstanding range diversity. $5,538,100. Property ID: 47870








Fredericksburg, Texas featuring an architecturally unique home designed specifically to enjoy unparalleled views of Enchanted Rock. Situated on 48 acres of native habitat with the State Natural Area in the background, the property is beautiful at any time of year, but the abundant bluebonnets provide an even more stunning springtime setting. The stucco home was designed by the builder/owner to blend into the landscape and also to be eco-friendly. Using energy and water-

Southrock Texas Hill Country v Gillespie County v Fredericksburg

saving features including an advanced water catchment system, the house truly is a part of, and a complement to, the property it occupies. Everything from the roof reflectivity to the stucco color was carefully chosen to suit the surrounding natural beauty. $1,700,000. Property ID: 49693


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Agua Fria Ranch is 60 minutes south of Alpine, west of Highway 118 at the end of wellmaintained gravel Agua Fria Road. Agua Fria is a working cattle and hunting ranch with the historic Whistler Headquarters located adjacent to an amazing rock formation where one would expect Rooster Cogburn to come riding up out of the past to water his horse! The ranch and its network of roads and 21 water wells are impressive and provide spectacular views of area mountains, canyons and desert floors to combine into a mix of habitats. $15,263,300. Property ID: 46667

Agua Fria Ranch 23,482± Acres

West Texas v Brewster County v Alpine

Davis Mountains Casita West Texas v Jeff Davis County v Fort Davis


The beautiful Davis Mountains Casita is situated on the very top of Scobee Mountain overlooking

Kennedy Ranch

Fort Davis, Texas at 5,420 feet in altitude. This is unique property has stunning views and amazing solitude. Designed by a local architect famous for his quality, this elegant home has a roof shaped like the wings of an eagle, a back patio with breathtaking views and a deck with true 360-degree

3,187 Acres

views 30 miles to the north and 90 miles to the south. Nearby Big Bend National Park, and the

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towns of Marfa and Alpine provide art galleries, gift shops, restaurants, small-town atmosphere Classic cattle country of the Old West, the and plenty of Texas characters. Fort Davis offers the hiking trails of Davis Mountains State Park, a Kennedy Ranch has maintained much of the historic U.S. Cavalry fort, as well as restaurants, shops and most necessities, all physically close but environment and appearance of times past. seemingly a world away from this one-of-a-kind home. $485,000. Property ID: 49689

The landscape is wide-open rolling grass and scrubland surrounded by rugged mountain ranges visible from most places on the property. The headquarters is a mile off the paved Casa Piedra Road and looks straight at San Jacinto Peak, a stunning Western backdrop. $1,832,525. Property ID: 72509

Quebec Ranch 12,500 Acres

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The Quebec Ranch is Texas cow country at its finest and represents some of the best Yucca Grasslands in the United States. It is part of the Marfa Plateau, a mile-high desert grassland of basin range topography between the Davis Mountains to the north and the Chinati/Sierra Viejas Mountains and Rio Grande River on the south and southwest. The views are stunning and the ranch overlooks the landscapes of the Davis Mountains, Chinati Mountains, Sierra Viejas Mountains, Capote Mountain and the great expanse of grasslands in between. $9,375,000. Property ID: 46373

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Mustang Creek Ranch 855 Acres

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This 855 acre ranch is one of the quintessential properties in the Central Texas Hill Country. It showcases the beauty and diversity of Texas nature, while still being close-in to Austin, TX. There is incredible live water, with nearly 1.5 miles of spring-fed Mustang Creek winding through the ranch. At several points the creek is dammed, forming large deep lakes. The topography of the ranch is diverse, with deep valleys, and high hilltops offering panoramic views. 11 miles of all-weather roads stretch throughout the property. An exquisite 7,300 sqft custom home is perched on the highest hilltop, with negative edge pool looking out to the Hill Country. This wellmanaged ranch is also ideal for hunting, fishing, and is entirely high-fenced. Additionally, there is a completely renovated guest house, a caretaker’s house- as well as a state of the art 6-stall horse barn. A riding arena and fenced paddocks round out the equestrian facilities. Another large, metal barn is perfect for housing vehicles and other equipment. Mustang Creek Ranch is just 45 min. to Downtown Austin, and 10 min. west of Dripping Springs. This is truly one of the outstanding live water ranches in Texas. $10,500,000

REALTY Coldwell Banker United

Becky Adkins, Agent 512-751-0533

Dave Murray, Broker 512 751-6060

816 Sunfish St. • Lakeway, TX 78734

1617 W. 6th Street, Suite C • Austin, TX 78703 • •

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River Crossing Ranch 6,430 Acres

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This fabulous, resource-laden legacy ranch lies along 6.5 miles of stunning San Saba River frontage in a remote but spectacular area in the center of Brady, Mason, Llano and San Saba. The river is known for the beautiful, towering cliffs up to 150 feet high, riddled with countless caves, nooks and crannies. Fly-fishing is splendid in this section of river, with depths rarely 4+ feet, and the splendor and scenery is second to none. Bald Eagles have been sighted here, and the overall wildlife mix on this ranch is robust, including native and exotic deer, large flocks of wild turkey and varmints of various species. Call for prospectus on this sealed bid, timed offering.

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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. 360 Acres Contiguous to the Circle F Ranch  Great for hunting & recreation.  Pastures, seasonal creek and a rustic hunting cabin.  $750,000 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 Hidden Valley Ranch 257 Acres with access to the So. Fork Trinity River. 4 Houses, Timber, Small organic farm, Barns, Huge shop, Abundant water. Off the grid with solar, propane, generator. $999,000 Ancient Redwood Tree Unique opportunity to own a living old-growth redwood tree. Over 200 ft. tall with approx. 44 ft. circumference. Includes deeded access across the beautiful ranch where it grows. $325,000

PACIFIC REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENT Kootenai County, Idaho Jerry Johnson • 208-661-3586 SOUTH LAKE COEUR d’ ALENE NORTH IDAHO DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY 160 ac. lake view ranch 100 ac., timber and 60 ac. open meadow. Property is adjacent to lake home developments and boat marina also 2 miles north of Heyburn State Park. Paved county road and power fronts property. Zoned for legal splits or great for a private home or lodge. Whitetail deer and elk range area property is at Conkling Park on Bella Vista road 6 mi. to Hwy 95. $675,000. See at

Live Water Properties

866-734-6100 Teton Whitetail Meadows – Teton Valley, Idaho This 70-acre sporting retreat offers dense forest of mature cottonwood trees and aspen groves, a riparian corridor that creates an ideal wildlife habitat, and distinctively private meadows framed with Teton Range views. Spring Creek flows through the meadows for approximately 1/4 mile with robust populations of brook trout and cutthroat trout. The charming mountain town of Driggs provides restaurants, grocery stores, shopping, golf, private air service and worldclass skiing, snowmobiling and hiking. With stunning Teton views, trophy hunting, premium home sites, hay income and year round live water, Teton Whitetail Meadows is a unique opportunity. $795,000.

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Wahatoya High Mesa Ranch - La Veta, CO At the foothills of the West Spanish Peak. Fabulous 5,500 sq.ft. home with incredible views. Beautifully appointed with highest quality material and craftsmanship. From the Great Room and decks, to the media theater and wine cellar, you will find every detail exceeds your expectations. Adjacent separate Guest Suite unit and oversized garage-shop space for all your toys and vehicles. $3,500,000. Contact Jerry Henson.   Highover Ranch - La Veta, CO Discover the magic and majesty of this fabulous historic Colorado mountain-top setting. Unlimited potential for the Highover Ranch and Historic UPTOP with its preserved legacy of the former ‘’Railroad Above the Clouds’’. Property includes the 42 acre Uptop Town Site with numerous restored buildings plus the adjoining 211 acres of Colorado Rocky Mountains beauty for your mountain homesite. $1,500,000 Contact Jerry Henson.   Gorrell Ranch - Gardner, CO Saddle maker Pete Gorrell has the most versatile onsite 188 ac. horse facility we have seen. Wonderful three bedroom home in one corner and a complete shop in the opposite corner, it all lies within a covered arena tying them together. You can go directly from your home, thru the training arena, and on to the shop, without being out in the weather. Hay, spring/water rights and a pond. $739,000 Contact Jerry Henson.

Pass Creek Hide-a-Way - La Veta, CO Beautiful setting for this nice mountain home on over 15 acres off Pass Creek Rd. Big timber setting with long open views too. Comfy guest quarters above the detached 2-car garage. No HOA nor dues here. Fenced for horses and about 600 ft. of Pass Creek live water to attract the abundant wildlife. Fireplaces and wood stoves plus unique passive solar heat system too. Full basement. Price reduced. $469,000 Contact Jerry Henson   River Splendor - Cuchara, CO Fabulous mountain river home on two large lots. Situated alongside the Cuchara River right out your back deck. Fish just steps from your own porch. Beautifully finished 1st level with Great Room and Master Bedroom Suite. Guest rooms and Recreation room upstairs for more privacy. Baths and deck access for all. Three fireplaces and offered mostly furnished for your immediate use and enjoyment. $826,000 Contact Jerry Henson. Table Rock Ranch – La Veta, CO Table Rock Ranch is everything that folks dream about when they think of owning a Colorado ranch: good hay, a pond, Wahatoya Creek, majestic mountain views and secluded, yet only a few miles from the mountain town of La Veta. The 145± acres are protected by a Colorado Open Lands conservation easement to ensure its future. With a beautiful stone fireplace, a dining area set in the bay window and half log stairs to the master suite, this Amish built log cabin overlooking Wahatoya Creek has more character than a person can possibly imagine. Big logs, lots of custom features and a fabulous setting combine to make this a very special property. $1,495,000.

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The Daudi Ranch – La Veta, CO 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 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 room is a work of art with an emphasis on detail. This extraordinary “once in a lifetime” home is 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. The Historic Wagner Ranch – La Veta, CO In the Cuchara Valley of Southern Colorado, the Historic Wagner Ranch is at the entrance to the beautiful Wahatoya Valley south of La Veta, one of the most spectacular settings imaginable. The terrain of this 320± acre ranch varies dramatically from large pasture and meadows, rock outcroppings, a dramatic ridge and Wildcat Canyon, one of the region’s private elk hideaways. Wagner Ranch offers some of the area’s best hunting and wild life watching habitat. Piñon, cedar, narrow-leafed cottonwoods and the occasional ponderosa pine are scattered around the ranch among historical barns, along with the original homestead. With incredible views, the Historic Wagner Ranch is a one-of-a-kind property in Southern Colorado. $1,000,000. 9202 Highway 160 – La Veta, CO With spectacular Spanish Peak views, this beautiful Spanish style home features three bedrooms, as well as a two bedroom, two bath guest house, and a barn for your horses, all situated on just over 52 acres. Along with the incredible views, there is a flowing stream and a pond complementing the outside of 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.


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. Volume 58 Farm&Ranch West


Capture Colorado Mountain Properties LLC Jacky Christian

719-469-4545 719-742-6000 Pass Creek Paradise This mountain property provides the perfect combination! With 15.83 acres consisting of meadows flowing with plush grasses and an endless array of wildflowers, aspen groves, tall evergreens, a quality built 1,400 square foot (approx..) home with gated entrance, beautiful landscaping, and a concrete driveway for easy access. This property sits between two private ranches and butts up to Forbes Park! With views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, a very sting well and Pass Creek running through the property you can’t go wrong. The home features 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, stamped concrete patios, a detached garage, a new thermostat furnace, high-speed internet receiver, and comes completely furnished which includes everything from log furniture, flat screen TVs, and even the dishes. All of this, only one mile from Highway 160, 15 minutes from La Veta, 30 minutes to Walsenburg and 45 minutes to Alamosa. Easy access, yet oh so secluded! $425,000 Wahatoya Wonder 35 acres in the desirable Wahatoya location has incredible views of the West Spanish Peak. Immaculate Custom home with garage, Guest Suite, and Greenhouse has no covenants. There is county road access and is a Great Horse Property.

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Wild Cat Canyon At the entry to Wahatoya Canyon surrounded by unspoiled wilderness, located in Southern Colorado. This 260-acre ranch (+/-) is located in Section 35 Township 29 South just off CR 363. Dramatic 360 degree views, including Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range, Culebra Mountain Range, with the East and West Spanish Peaks as your southern view. Exceptional wildlife habitat for trophy Elk, Mule Deer, Turkey, Black Bear and Mountain Lion. $395,000 Indian Creek Meadow: 160 acres (+/-) bordered on 7 sides by San Isabel National Forest. There is a spectacular meadow with Indian Creek and Price Canyon Creek running on the West side of the meadow. Remains of two Homesteads stand as a reminder of days gone by. This is a one of a kind property just 5.5miles from The Highway of Legends, (State Highway 12) and The Grandote Peaks Gold Course in La Veta, Colorado. $795,000 Silverosa Nestled in the foothills of Silver Mountain, the stunningly beautiful 430 acre Silverosa Ranch is known for its Premier Hunting opportunities and private access to 1600 acres of BLM land. This remote, Pristine Wildlife Habitat is home to a large Elk herd, Mule Deer, Mountain Lion, Wild Turkey, and more! The ranch features varied terrain with high and low meadows, rolling hills, valleys, and castle-like dike wall formations. Silverosa’s 1,300+ square foot cabin, built in 2013, is perfectly situated to take advantage of dramatic, sweeping mountain views and abundant wildlife. The property includes an adjudicated spring, good well, wildlife troughs, an Artist’s Studio, a 2,500 square foot Quonset jut, and small guest cabin. Priced to sell at $995,000!

Weeping Rock Rock Ultimate off-grid property with high-speed DSL internet! Good well, 80 acres, Backs to large BLM Piece, Producing Hay Meadow, Pass Creek on Property, Solar, Wind, Propane Generator Backup, Wood Fired Hot Tub, Wood Boiler, Greenhouses, Great views, on county road, garage, 1BR/1BA, mudroom, RV sewer hookup, fantastic work from home, Recreational or hunting property. $449,900 Malechite River Ranch This 347+ acre working ranch is located approximately four miles west of the quaint town of Gardner Colorado. The house is approx. 1,100 square feet, with potential for expansion, 1 bedroom and 2 bath, in-floor radiant heat, custom cabinets and doors, Viking appliances, 3 car detached garage, a well that produces 10+ gallons per minute and approx. a mile of the Huerfano River running through it! The ranch has water rights. $1,100,000 Pass Creek Ranch This Ranch is lying in the Foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The home is historic, yet updated. Pass Creek meanders through this amazing property. Hay fields include water rights. Historic barns, corrals and sheds grace this one of a kind ranch. Includes a 6000 square foot shop. Apple, plum and numerous pine trees are found on this beautiful 120 acres. $495,000

Steve Grant Real Estate Athens, Texas

903 675-3503 903 675-3536 fax FM 321 MONTALBA - 235 rolling to hilly acres. 100± acres lush coastal meadows, 135± acres heavy pine/hardwood timber, charming 1,500 sq. ft. log cabin w/screen porch & loft, hunters shack, ample wildlife, huge views, very scenic, great bldg site & several ponds. $733,800 RED OAK HILL - Appx 12.414 pristine, rolling acres w/a custom crafted 4BR/3FB & 2HB home w/large family room w/vaulted ceiling, wbfp & built-in cabinets, kitchen w/center work isle, set-up bar & brick floors, upstairs study, office, cov’d patio, 2 car garage, workshop & storage bldg.  A nature refuge in the heart of Athens w/beautiful landscaped grounds & massive red oaks! $595,000 ATHENS AREA - Lovely home on 8 acres in prime location. In town, but surrounded by the beauty of the country. 4BR/3.5B & approx. 3,908 sq. ft. (built in 2004) w/big open rooms, music room, office, huge pantry, lrg master suite w/private office, 10x13 closet, 1,400 sq. ft. metal shop. Very private, a must see! $499,000 LUCKY LAKE – Exclusive, rustic lake retreat south of Athens.   Undivided 20% interest in restricted, tree-lined lake & 106.3 acres.   Great fishing & choice of home site. $125,000


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Royer Hunting Camp - 88 Acres/Mountain Views Borders the National Forest, includes a rustic cabin and outhouse. Peaceful, big sky views with surface water rights and accessible year round. $350,000

970 327-0162 Circle G Ranch Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern Colorado Exquisite home on 75 acres bordering BLM, with fabulous mountain and lake views. 6,000+ sf house, 3 car garage and a 4-stall horse barn. Complete equestrian set up and fencing. $1,900,000 Delserro Ranch Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern Colorado This 240 acre ranch, located in one of the most beautiful locales on the planet, is being offered at the incredibly attractive price of just $475,000. Includes water rights on several ponds and springs. Thunder Road Mule Ranch Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern Colorado This spectacular 160 acre ranch feels like your own special secluded part of the world – yet is just minutes to the historic ranching town of Norwood. Great mountain views, a creek running along the property, and bordering the forest. Power, phone and a year round road. $352,000 80-Acre Private Estate Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern Colorado 80 acres with gorgeous views to the LaSal Mountains (Utah) and San Juan Mountains (Colorado). Over 1,000 feet of Gurley Creek running through the property. 2 ponds, 5 shares of water, 2 wells. Mineral rights, access to the private 27 mile Gurley Riding Trail. (can split into 2 lots) $446,000

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Dolores-Norwood Ranch Southwestern Colorado Lovely 83 acre mountain property with nearly a mile of Disappointment Creek (& .5 c.f.s rights). Great views, privacy and borders the Lone Cone State Wildlife Area. Offered at $249,000. Gurley Lake Land Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO Two lovely parcels – lakefront and lakeview - on one of the best trout lakes in Western Colorado. 700 acres of open, 27 mile private trail and close National Forest access - one of the best recreational properties in Southwest Colorado $195,000 - $230,000. Meadows at Lone Cone Lot 2 Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO Nestled in groves of ponderosa and aspen trees, the 35 acre property is just steps to the Uncompahgre National Forest, includes 100% mineral rights, well, septic, power to site, driveway and shed. $220,000. Corner Lot Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO 40 acre lot just minutes to town, level terrain, all day sun and mountain views. Close to 2 lakes and river. Spectacular open mesa views and easy year-round access. $159,000. Mountain Acreage Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern CO Larger acreage lots with panoramic 360 mountain views and over 300 days of sunshine. North Gurley Reserve properties offer all day sun and spectacular mountain and valley views. Priced from $162,000.

The Meadows at Lone Cone: Wright’s Mesa, Southwestern Colorado Spectacular acreage with base of the mountain views. Mineral rights and a large open space set aside. Adjacent to the National Forest and close to lakes and a river for spectacular fishing. Priced from $165,000.

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. LAKE RANCH: 4,400 acres, $8,800,000 RANCHO MELADO: 4,860 acres, $5,800,000 RANCHO SAN JUAN: 5,000 acres, $4,000,000 RANCHO SAN ANTONIO: 9,450 acs., $11,340,000 RANCHO COAHUILA: 27,000 acres, $16,200,000 RANCHO SAN YSIDRO: 23,750 acres, $14,250,000 For more info and to see VIDEO TOURS of the properties, visit; email info@; or call 337-376-2851.

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