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ARIZONA

Page Acres± County

23.......... Maricopa................34 30.......... Maricopa................23 61.......... Yavapai...................34 163........ Mohave..................34 297........ Yavapai...................33 2,151..... Yavapai...................32

CALIFORNIA 23.......... Contra Costa.........42 41.......... Placer......................58 69.......... San Luis Obispo....55 154........ Siskiyou..................40 200........ Sonoma..................58 210........ Nevada...................58

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154........ Jackson..................60 155........ Gunnison................61 160........ Garfield..................49 176........ Grand.....................26 218........ Montrose................61 344........ Moffat.....................35 444........ Grand.....................60 480........ Ouray......................53 506........ Moffat.....................35

NEW MEXICO

Page Acres± County

8............ Cibola.....................51 204........ Socorro...................47 518........ Rio Arriba...............27 596........ Catron....................47 640........ Catron....................47

300........ Walla Walla............53

WYOMING

878........ Mora.......................27

35.......... Teton......................14

1,514..... Grant......................46

72.......... Teton......................16

2,880..... Catron....................47

522........ Grand.....................60

3,200..... Catron....................47

532........ Gunnison................61

4,878..... Mora.......................27

590........ Grand.....................60

6,070..... Catron....................47

923........ Gunnison................26

16,309... Rio Arriba...............25

1,027..... Park.........................36

NEVADA

1,348..... Mesa.......................49

WASHINGTON

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235........ Yolo.........................52

1,720..... Mesa.......................26

275........ Yolo.........................45

1,855..... Delta.......................48

32.......... Washoe..................22

314........ Solano....................52

2,809..... Mesa.......................49

70.......... Washoe..................22

317........ Yolo.........................45

4,224..... Pueblo....................27

129........ Douglas..................22

400........ San Luis Obispo....55

6,062..... Mesa.......................49

157........ Big Horn.................56 195........ Park.........................56 2,200..... Platte......................56 4,198..... Carbon...................59 5,131..... Goshen...................63

21.......... Douglas..................22

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NORTH DAKOTA

900........ Mariposa................58

7,100..... Rio Blanco..............25

1,500..... Shasta.....................44

OREGON

10,542... Mesa.......................48

106........ Crook......................21

1,543..... Mendocino.............45

12,000... Park.........................26

280........ Deschutes..............21

2,240..... San Luis Obispo....44

21,793... Moffat.....................24

507........ Deschutes..............20

NEBRASKA

26,192... Rio Blanco..............25

579........ Crook......................21

1,380..... Banner....................63

2,576..... Colusa....................52 8,446..... Colusa....................44 16,000... Tehama...................50

COLORADO 2............ Garfield..................54 31.......... Garfield..................54 35.......... Larimer...................57

IDAHO 358........ Lemhi......................30 1,796..... Lemhi......................31 2,638..... Camas....................28 10,475... Lemhi......................29

5,817..... Wallowa..................12 34,497... Umatilla..................10

UTAH 10.......... Iron.........................39 55.......... Garfield..................39 79.......... Wayne.....................39

45.......... Larimer...................57

MONTANA

70.......... Summit...................60

8,500..... Carter.....................63

925........ Washington............38

128........ Moffat.....................35

9,650..... Yellowstone............63

10,237... Utah........................46

37.......... Park.........................25

160........ Garfield..................39 570........ Garfield..................18

11,320... Billings....................63

5,774..... Box Butte...............59

SOUTH DAKOTA 6,735..... Butte.......................63

TEXAS 40.......... Henderson.............62 720........ Henderson.............62


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Aleutians East 1 Aleutians West 2 Anchorage 3 Bethel 4 Bristol Bay 5 Denali 6 Dillingham 7 Fairbanks NorthStar 8 Haines 9 Juneau 10 KenaiPeninsula 11 Ketchikan Gateway 12 Kodiak Island 13 MatanskaSusitna 14 Lake and Peninsula 27 Nome 15 North Slope 16 Northwest Arctic 17 Prince of WalesOuter Ketchikan 18 Sitka 19 Skagway-HoonahAngoon 20 Southeast Fairbanks 21 ValdezCordova 22 WadeHampton 23 WrangellPetersburg 24 Yakutat 25 YukonKoyukuk 26

ARIZONA

Apache 4 Cochise 15 Coconino 2 Gila 8 Graham 12 Greenlee 13 6 La Paz Maricopa 7 Mohave 1 Navajo 3 Pima 10 Pinal 11 14 Santa Cruz Yavapai 5 Yuma 9

CALIFORNIA

Alameda 33 Alpine 31 Amador 30 Butte 12 Calaveras 35 Colusa 5

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

COLORADO

Adams 22 Alamosa 52 Arapahoe 23 Archuleta 59 Baca 63 Bent 55 Boulder 11 Chaffee 34

AZ NM Cheyenne 37 Clear Creek 18 Conejos 60 Costilla 61 Crowley 45 Custer 43 Delta 32 Denver 21 Dolores 47 Douglas 28 Eagle 16 Elbert 29 El Paso 36 Fremont 39 Garfield 15 Gilpin 19 Grand 10 Gunnison 33 Hinsdale 49 Huerfano 53 Jackson 3 Jefferson 20 Kiowa 46 31 Kit Carson Lake 26 58 La Plata Larimer 4 Las Animas 62 Lincoln 30 Logan 6 Mesa 24 Mineral 50 Moffat 1 Montezuma 57 Montrose 38 Morgan 12 Otero 54 Ouray 41 Park 27 Phillips 8 Pitkin 25 Prowers 56 Pueblo 44 9 Rio Blanco Rio Grande 51 Routt 2 Saguache 42 48 San Juan San Miguel 40 Sedgwick 7 Summit 17 Teller 35 Washington 13 Weld 5 Yuma 14

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Hawaii 1 Honolulu 2

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Valley 13 Washington 12 Kalawao 3 Kauai 4 Maui 5

IDAHO

Ada 23 Adams 11 Bannock 40 44 Bear Lake Benewah 4 Bingham 34 Blaine 26 Boise 17 Bonner 2 Bonneville 35 Boundary 1 Butte 19 Camas 25 Canyon 22 Caribou 41 Cassia 38 Clark 20 Clearwater 7 Custer 18 Elmore 24 Franklin 43 Fremont 21 Gem 16 Gooding 31 Idaho 10 Jefferson 27 Jerome 37 Kootenai 3 Latah 6 Lemhi 14 Lewis 9 Lincoln 32 Madison 28 Minidoka 33 8 Nez Perce Oneida 42 Owyhee 30 Payette 15 Power 39 Shoshone 5 Teton 29 36 Twin Falls

MONTANA

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

Silver Bow 33 Stillwater 51 50 Sweet Grass Teton 16 Toole 5 Treasure 41 Valley 10 Wheatland 37 Wibaux 44 Yellowstone 53

NEVADA

Carson City 8 Churchill 11 Clark 17 Douglas 12 Elko 3 Esmeralda 15 Eureka 6 Humboldt 2 Lander 5 Lincoln 16 Lyon 10 Mineral 13 Nye 14 Pershing 4 Storey 9 Washoe 1 7 White Pine

NEW MEXICO

Bernalillo 14 Catron 19 Chaves 27 Cibola 13 Colfax 4 Curry 23 22 De Baca 31 Dona Ana Eddy 32 Grant 24 Guadalupe 17 Harding 12 Hidalgo 29 Lea 33 Lincoln 21 8 Los Alamos Luna 30 McKinley 6 Mora 10

Otero 26 Quay 18 Rio Arriba 2 Roosevelt 28 Sandoval 7 1 San Juan San Miguel 11 Santa Fe 9 Sierra 25 Socorro 20 Taos 3 Torrance 16 Union 5 Valencia 15

OREGON

Baker 24 Benton 19 Clackamas 18 Clatsop 1 Columbia 2 Coos 28 Crook 27 Curry 30 Deschutes 26 Douglas 29 Gilliam 9 Grant 23 Harney 35 6 Hood River Jackson 32 Jefferson 21 Josephine 31 Klamath 33 Lake 34 Lane 25 Lincoln 15 Linn 20 Malheur 36 Marion 17 Morrow 10 Multnomah 5 Polk 16 Sherman 8 Tillamook 3 Umatilla 11 Union 12 Wallowa 13 Wasco 7 Washington 4

Wheeler 22 Yamhill 14

UTAH

Beaver 19 1 Box Elder Cache 2 Carbon 18 Daggett 10 Davis 6 Duchesne 14 Emery 21 Garfield 26 Grand 22 Iron 25 Juab 11 Kane 29 Millard 16 Morgan 7 Piute 23 Rich 3 8 Salt Lake 27 San Juan Sanpete 17 Sevier 20 Summit 9 Tooele 4 Uintah 15 Utah 12 Wasatch 13 Washington 28 Wayne 24 Weber 5

WASHINGTON

Adams 21 Asotin 34 Benton 29 Chelan 11 Clallam 8 Clark 37 Columbia 32 Cowlitz 36 Douglas 12 Ferry 4 Franklin 30 Garfield 33 Grant 20 Grays Harbor 23 Island 9

Jefferson 15 King 18 Kitsap 17 Kittitas 19 Klickitat 39 Lewis 27 Lincoln 13 Mason 16 Okanogan 3 Pacific 26 Pend Oreille 6 Pierce 25 San Juan 1 Skagit 7 Skamania 38 Snohomish 10 Spokane 14 Stevens 5 Thurston 24 Wahkiakum 35 31 Walla Walla Whatcom 2 Whitman 22 Yakima 28

WYOMING

Albany 20 Big Horn 3 Campbell 6 Carbon 19 Converse 15 Crook 7 Fremont 8 Goshen 22 Hot Springs 9 Johnson 5 Laramie 23 Lincoln 12 Natrona 14 Niobrara 16 Park 2 Platte 21 Sheridan 4 Sublette 13 Sweetwater 18 Teton 1 Uinta 17 Washakie 10 Weston 11


broker index Alain Pinel Realtors...................................... 42 jerryvaughn.com

The Group Inc.............................................. 57 thegroupinc.com

Alpine Real Estate....................................... 54 alpineproperty.com

Harrigan Land Company............................. 24 harriganland.com

Biggs Real Estate Team............................... 36 eyeontherockies.com

Headquarters West, Ltd. Andy Groseta............................................... 32 headquarterswest.com

California Agricultural Properties............... 52 calagprop.com California Outdoor Properties.................... 44 californiaoutdoorproperties.com Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty Brook Havens............................................... 20 desertvalleygroup.com Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty Pam Mayo-Phillips....................................... 20 desertvalleygroup.com Century 21 Hometown Realty..................... 55 byron-grant@c21home.com

Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty Barbara Allen............................................... 14 jacksonholerealestateinfo.com

Sierra Sotheby’s International Realty Claudia Thompson...................................... 22 TahoeLegacy.com

James Land Company................................. 59 jameslandco.com KRS Realty.................................................... 40 kimroetto@gmail.com Land and Wildlife............................. Cover, 10 landandwildlife.com

Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC....... 63 clarklandbrokers.com

Mark Norem Real Estate Broker................. 28 marknorem.com

Coldwell Banker Legacy.......................................................... 51 linda.martinez@cblegacy.com

Mason Real Estate Inc................................. 48 MasonREcolorado.com

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Premier Ranch Properties........................... 46 nmranchproperties.com Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty.................... 23 denisedunningricketts.com

Macht-Liles Real Estate Group................... 61 wesellcedaredge.com

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Powers Land Brokerage, LLC...................... 56 powerslandbrokerage.com

Headquarters West, Ltd. Paul Groseta................................................. 34 headquarterswest.com

The Chickering Company........................... 58 ranchbuyer.com

Colorado Ranch Company......................... 60 ColoradoRanchCompany.com

Nanci Wright Brokerage............................. 62 Craig Gandy, REALTOR® nwpmanagement.net

NAI Excel Farm & Ranch Group................................... 38 intermountainranches.com

Summit Sotheby’s International Realty Kathy Mears................................................. 18 therobisonranch.com United Country Real Estate........................ 53 UCFarmRanch.com Van Cleve Associates................................... 50 VanCleveRanches.com Western Exposures Realty, LLC.................. 35 westernexposures.com

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estled in the foothills of the Blue Mountain Ranch of northeast Oregon, within 35 miles of Pendleton, Oregon and the famed Pendleton Round Up, is the amazing Cable Creek Ranch. This deeded 34,497± acre working cattle ranch is bordered by two sides of natural forest. In conjunction with 27,000± acre forest service grazing allotment, the 61,496± acre operation has historically maintained 500 mother cows, 1,500± yearlings, 300 feedlot and 450 bred heifers annually. Non-contiguous by design, sectioned north and south by adverse elevations and climate, it is not uncommon to dry feed only three to four months a year. This ranch is undoubtedly affected by the warm Pacific storms that march up the Columbia River Gorge, providing a much longer growing season than most of eastern Oregon and other areas of the country. Ranchers are able to turn out earlier and much longer as years’ past the weather has traditionally cooperated. Improvements offered are eight homes including manager, guests and cowboy housing; three feedlots; large hay storage buildings; shops; barns; tack; equipment buildings; and scales. Also improved and included are steel corrals and fully covered cattle working facilities. The property has more than 500 miles of fencing, a 4,900 foot paved runway and variable array of merchantable timber. An extensive amount of equipment is in pristine condition and also offered outside of escrow. Cable Creek Ranch is offered at $24,000,000 by Garrett Zoller 541-944-8821 or garrett@landandwildlife.com, landandwildlife.com v

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MAJESTIC POCKET RANCH Oregon v Wallowa County v Joseph

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ocated in northeastern Oregon near the quaint town of Joseph, The Pocket Ranch is 5,817± contiguous deeded acres, about nine square miles of private ranch. There is no other party in holdings on this ranch and no public roads run through it. For this and many reasons, the Pocket Ranch is the best elk and wildlife ranch in the state of Oregon. The ranch is rich with wildlife, water, grasslands, timber and is a quality ranch for grazing cattle. The ranch also leases the neighboring 1,200 acres for grazing, which can be continued. Along with the enormous number of elk, the ranch is also home to mule deer, all color phases of black bear, wild turkey, chukars, blue grouse, ruffed grouse, Hungarian partridge, the beautiful hard-to-find mountain quail, and numerous small but important creatures. The ranch is diverse with elevations from 2,600 to 5,500 feet with stunning views of the Wallowa Mountains, and the Idaho Seven Devils from the upper part of the ranch. The 1,550-square-foot home is below the snow line on an average year and has year-round access from Imnaha State Hwy 350. It is also on a power grid, allowing it to stand alone for months if need be to fit into a second home requirement. The Pocket Ranch is offered at $7,980,000 as one parcel only, shown by appointment only. Contact Timothy O’Neil at 541-480-3682.

Timothy O’Neil 541-480-3682

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ARIZONA

NEVADA

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty 8852 E Pinnacle Peak Road, Suite J-3 Scottsdale, AZ 85255

Sierra Sotheby’s International Realty 570 Lakeshore Blvd Incline Village, NV 89451

DeniseDunningRicketts.com

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Denise Dunning-Ricketts 480-848-3777

Claudia Thompson 775-233-4014

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OREGON Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty - Farm & Ranch Division 650 SW Bond St, Suite 100 Bend, OR 97702 DesertValleyGroup.com

Pam Mayo-Phillips 541-480-1513

Brook Havens 541-604-0788

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Summit Sotheby’s Realty 1750 Park Ave Park City, UT 84060

Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty 185 W. Broadway Avenue Jackson, WY 83001

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At the Crescent H Ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

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ituated between the Bridger Teton National Forest and the Snake River, the Crescent H Ranch offers the best

amenity package in Jackson Hole. Owners enjoy fly fishing on two spectacular spring creeks, private access to the Snake River and levee system, access to national forest and a trail system that winds through the 1,300 acres of the ranch. This magnificent property is 35 acres with water

everywhere you look. Five bodies cover more than 10 acres including Stonefly Lake. The home includes five bedrooms, eight baths plus an office and media/ game room all with beautiful views. The bones and layout of this house are superb and very functional for a large family or for folks who like to entertain. There are expansive exterior entertaining areas overlooking water and the Tetons. The ground cover is a wonderful mix of cottonwoods, aspens and willows, and wildlife abounds. Close to skiing, town, airport and amenities. $13,500,000. v 14 Volume 66 Farm&Ranch West


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The Riverfront Ranch Jackson Hole, Wyoming

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ocated in one of the most pristine and wildlife-rich areas in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, this exclusive property fronts the Snake River and has two streams running through it. Just 10 minutes from town, restaurants, worldclass recreation and medical facilities, yet totally private and remote. The ranch offers dramatic views of the Teton Range across water with towering cottonwood stands, lush meadows and beautiful aspen groves throughout. Elk, moose and swans are frequent visitors. There is excellent fishing on Price Creek and the Snake River as well as the ability to keep horses on the property. This property allows for a larger compound of residential dwellings than most in Teton County. Please call for more information. $17,900,000.v

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A Uniquely American Cattle and Equestrian Ranch

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he Robison Ranch is located in an area of Utah known for its wild and scenic landscapes. It is a rare private land holding adjacent to the public lands of the 1.8 million-acre Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. The Robison Ranch is comprised of 570 acres with live water, significant water rights, hay fields for the herd and an intensely private setting. The Robison Ranch raises registered Black Angus Cattle. The herd is expected to be 300 in 2017. Grazing permits allow the cattle to summer in the nearby mountains. All hay is produced on the ranch and the cattle are grass fed onsite.

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An indoor 70,000-square-foot, heated, regulation-size equestrian arena, horse barn, pastures and large outdoor arena comprise the equestrian element of the ranch. Both working and show horses make up the equestrian aspect of the Robison Ranch. With meticulous attention to detail, the Robison Ranch has impressive infrastructures that has been developed from the raw land to create an efficient ranch operation. Structures include a shop building, hay storages, garages and wood shop, gas and diesel fuel storage tanks, pump house, horse barn, cattle barn, livestock and machine sheds and of course, the indoor arena. A turn-key operation!

Water is an essential element for the everyday life and longevity of the Robison Ranch, and is also aesthetically pleasing. There are well permits, water rights and plentiful irrigation shares. Boulder Creek flows along the southwest boundary year round. The main ranch home is a classic-style, 6,000-square-foot and features six bedrooms, six baths and a separate entrance ranch office. There are an additional six living quarters for guests and employees including homes, a bunkhouse and an apartment. The Robison Ranch is offered at $10,000,000. v

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R&B RANCH

Oregon v Deschutes County v Sisters

&B Ranch is 507 acres with stunning Cascade Mountain views. Main home is a custom northwest-style single level with 14,666 square feet, eight bedrooms, 8.5 baths, grand entry, living room, stone fireplace, wet bar, formal dining, gourmet kitchen, butler’s kitchen, wine room, theater, and guest wing with four guest casitas. This legacy ranch includes barn with saloon, indoor arena, rec barn, nine-bay shop, racetrack, livestock barn, 193 acres of water rights, 6,263-squarefoot guest home, 3,727-square-foot manager’s home, stocked pond and additional building sites. $24,000,000. www.randbranch-sistersoregon.com

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BOX S RANCH Oregon v Deschutes County v Bend ox S Ranch offers unmatched seclusion and privacy with Cascade Mountain Views. The main home is 4,416 square feet with four bedrooms and five-and-a-half baths. There are 95 acres in irrigation with hay fields, two canyons, two stocked ponds, 1,850-square-foot guest home and a barn with office and shop. This is a fantastic opportunity for a recreational lifestyle property four miles from Bend. $5,875,000. www.boxsranch-bendoregon.com

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MCKAY ROAD RANCH Oregon v Crook County v Prineville pectacular Cascade Mountain and valley views from private hilltop estate. Features: 4,456 square feet, three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, country kitchen, quality finishes. Outdoor swimming pool, beautiful landscaped yard and gardens. 106 acres, 43 acres of irrigation water rights, shop, barn, outdoor arena, greenhouse, gated entry and additional building site. $1,700,000. www.mckayroadranch-prinevilleoregon.com

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RIVER RANCH Oregon v Crook County v Redmond

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ne of the most historical and productive ranches in Central Oregon with 579 acres and 461 acres water rights. Huge Cascade Mountain and Smith Rock views. Three homes, huge 100x300 indoor arena with apartment, 16-stall show barn, 14-stall mare barn, covered work area, two shops, equipment sheds, feed lot, corrals and scales. $5,250,000. www.tommccallriverranch-centraloregon.com

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SHAKESPEARE RANCH

A LEGACY FOR TODAY’S PIONEER Nevada v Douglas County v Glenbrook

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his historic 129-acre Tahoe lakefront ranch boasts a preeminent year-round lifestyle like no other single destination in the world. Highlights include 227 feet of frontage on Lake Tahoe, with community pier and five private boat buoys, entertainment barn with chef’s kitchen and wine loft, converted root cellar/wine tasting room, seven guest homes and cabins (15 beds, 15 baths, 30,000+ square feet), indoor pool, gym, art loft, offices, stables, greenhouse, hen house, vegetable garden, rodeo grounds with bleachers and outbuildings. The iconic Shakespeare Rock, with mountain hiking trails and plans for a grand estate home designed by renowned architect Marc Appleton, are just some of the features included in this incredible offering. Glenbrook is home to a private 9-hole golf course and tennis club, has convenient access to Tahoe’s world-class skiing, hiking and biking trails and enjoys favorable Nevada tax advantages. TahoeLegacy.com. Price upon request.

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his prime parcel has sweeping views of the Sierras, Job’s Peak and Carson Valley. Ideally located in a highly-desirable estate development. The parcel is fenced on three sides, is covered in lush native grasses and has permitted water rights. The property is within reach of miles of biking, hiking and jogging trails, fishing, hunting, soaring, boating, horseback riding and golfing. Approximately 15 minutes to the Minden Airport and one hour from the Reno Tahoe International Airport. Approximately 15 minutes to Heavenly Valley Ski Area and 30 minutes to the crystal waters and sandy beaches of Lake Tahoe. Nevada enjoys favorable tax advantages. SierraViewRanchNV.com. $850,000. Claudia Thompson, 774-233-4014 or 775-832-4900.

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njoy panoramic mountain, valley and lake views from Sierra Hermosa, a private, gated, 8,000+-square-foot estate (four beds, six baths, 8,175 square feet), set on 70.10 acres just 20 minutes from the Reno Tahoe International Airport. The estate’s spectacular lifestyle features an in-ground pool, tennis court, an orchard, grapevines, greenhouse and formal gardens. The grand spaces are ideal for entertaining. Enjoy Nevada’s abundant sunshine and attractive tax advantages. SierraHermosaManor.com. $1,498,000. Claudia Thompson, 774-233-4014 or 775-832-4900.

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his beautiful ranch property is located in the desirable West Washoe Valley-Franktown Road area. The main house has been recently remodeled with hardwood floors, new kitchens, baths and ship-lap details. Enjoy fabulous sunrise views across the valley and peaceful sunsets over the Sierras. Ideal setting for entertaining with guest house and pool. Equestrian and/or livestock facilities. 31.65 acres include two parcels with four ponds and creek. $1,525,000.


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Arizona v Maricopa County v Scottsdale lmosta Ranch was established at this location in 1998, at 160th Street and Rio Verde Drive northeast of Scottsdale. Overlooking the Rio Verde Valley and Four Peaks mountain range, Almosta Ranch is the center of what has become a dynamic horse community. All buildings and equipment are accented with rustic charm. The 30-acre ranch is centered by the main show barn which includes tack rooms, saddling areas and the ranch offices. It also includes a beautiful ranch/farm decorated 3,974-squarefoot home and four additional modular residences. The stud barn and mare motel can be found on either side of the main barn, bringing the total number of stalls to 45. In addition, a 100’x150’ cutting arena, 60’ round pen, 160’ round cutting arena, six horse Priefert panel walker, 150’x300’ reining and roping arena, large turnout pastures and 10 acres of fenced cow pens complete the Almosta Ranch working layout. This is a remarkable horse facility laid out by Al Dunning with his world-class expertise.

Denise Dunning-Ricketts 480-848-3777

denise.dunningricketts@russlyon.com denisedunningricketts.com FarmAndRanch.com

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orthwestern Colorado overflows with features that echo the Old Colorado v Moffat County v Steamboat Springs West; seemingly endless miles of gorgeous, unpopulated territory, scores of hidden valleys, vistas that extend forever and grand herds of elk that number in the thousands. With 21,793 acres to its name, the massive Monument Butte Ranch southwest of Steamboat Springs is the “prime cut” of northwestern Colorado. This expansive spread covers more than 34 square miles on the north flank of the Flat Tops, occupying elevations from 6,800 to 8,600 feet. The ranch contains thousands of acres of excellent big game habitat consisting of rolling hills, thickets of oak brush, aspen forests, open meadows and pockets of dark timber. Numerous small permanent streams run through the ranch and more than 30 reservoirs have been created. As a result, wildlife thrives in large numbers, including a portion of what has been termed the nation’s largest elk herd. $28,500,000. Property ID: 53706

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BROKEN BUTT RANCH New Mexico v Rio Arriba County v Chama ever before offered on the market, the 16,309-acre Broken Butt Ranch in northern New Mexico easily qualifies as one of the largest remaining elk-rich mountain ranches in the state. Named for a rifle with a broken stock found on the ranch in the early 1900s, Broken Butt Ranch has a long history of careful management as a joint cattle and hunting property. $32,000,000. Property ID: 52690

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WAKARA RANCH Colorado v Rio Blanco County v Meeker

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asily qualifying as one of the finest all-round large ranches in northwest Colorado, the 26,192 Colorado v Park County v Lake George total acre (2,192 deeded) Wakara Ranch will capture your western imagination and not let it ocated less than two hours southwest go for years to come. This ranch features the “elusive trifecta” of a Western ranch with the best of Denver and at the edge of the in fly fishing, big game hunting and agricultural production. $10,000,000. Property ID: 51919 spectacular Lost Creek Wilderness area, Bison Peak Lodge is ideally located to serve as a corporate or family retreat, hunting lodge or youth camp. Indeed, for several years Outpost Wilderness Adventures has utilized Bison Peak Lodge as a base camp for introducing many teenagers to the abundance of rock climbing, backpacking and mountain biking opportunities in the area. $1,150,000. Property ID: 53681

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verlooking the famed White River Valley, the 7,100-acre ranch sits in the heart of territory known since the days of Teddy Roosevelt for exceptional trout and exceptional big game hunting. Any hunter with an eye towards quality will find it as abundant as the trophy mule deer on LK Mountain Ranch. $10,000,000. Property ID: 52410

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BIG IRON RANCH Colorado v Mesa County v Collbran ocated at the end of the road, this remarkably private 1,720-acre refuge adjoins Grand Mesa National Forest for 2.5 miles, giving it a rare “edge-of-thewilderness” feel, yet is readily accessible year round to Interstate 70 and the Western Slope metropolis of Grand Junction. $7,500,000. Property ID: 51921

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ELK HIGHLAND RANCH Colorado v Park County v Guffey ontaining over 2,145 deeded acres and nearly 12,000 additional permitted acres, Elk Highland Ranch is a large operation capable of being a profitable cattle producer in its own right, yet offers so much more. While cattle can be a mainstay here, hunting, fishing and development opportunities sweeten the pot of possibilities. $5,750,000. Property ID: 50204

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OLD WORLD RANCH Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling

RED HAWK RANCH Colorado Gunnison County v Crested Butte t Red Hawk Ranch, high in the West Elk Mountains near Crested Butte, you’ll not only be away from it all, but also above it all. This 923-acre wilderness ranch for sale boasts sweeping views of the magnificent Ohio Creek Valley that will be shared only by you and the eagles. $3,950,000. Property ID: 44160

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uality at every turn marks the 176acre Old World Ranch, nestled in the heart of the exclusive 19,000-acre Grand River Ranch near Kremmling, Colorado. Its lodge-like, 3,665-square-foot beveled log home and Old World-style barn are simply spectacular in their own right, but add in the amazing shared amenities of two fishing camps (including 1.5 miles of tail water), an equestrian center, a sporting clays course and a fabulous guest lodge and dining room, and the Old World Ranch becomes one of the Rockies’ most desirable recreational properties. $5,200,000. Property ID: 52525


CANADA DEL OSO RANCH New Mexico v Mora County v Mora rivacy 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. $8,400,000. NOW OFFERED IN THREE CONFIGURATIONS. Property ID: 49972

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rivate hunting preserves may be imagined to be features of nineteenth-century England, but an excellent one exists today in the foothills of the Wet Mountains, only 25 minutes southwest of Pueblo. Almost unbelievably, in the midst of one of the fastest-growing sections of the Rockies, the Muddy Creek Ranch remains a 4,224 acre undisturbed refuge of pines, streams and wildlife. $6,700,000. Property ID: 48835

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on’t tell a soul, but one of New Mexico’s best trout fishing secrets lies in the heart of the Chama Valley between Santa Fe and Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Cañones Creek Ranch is 518 acres brimming with trout fishing possibilities in five lunker-filled ponds and 1.25 miles of the productive Chama River. $5,995,000. Property ID: 52919

COYOTE CREEK RANCH New Mexico v Mora County v Angel Fire very private retreat for wild trout and big game, Coyote Creek Ranch near Angel Fire is nonetheless located adjacent to a paved highway and within an hour’s drive of three major ski resorts. Situated at an elevation of about 8,500 feet, Coyote Creek Ranch holds 878 acres of ponderosa pine forest and meadows in the uplands and healthy riparian habitat along Coyote Creek. $4,200,000. Property ID: 50162

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he largest privately-held mountain property available in the Sun Valley area, within 40 minutes of the airport. 3,238 total acres (2,638Âą deeded) surrounded on three sides by U.S. forest and BLM. Enjoy 3.5+ miles of Willow Creek with its rich mountain fishery and healthy riparian corridor. Spectacular mountain views and solitude on this vast mountain holding are enhanced by large aspen groves, natural springs, free-flowing streams, also abundant wildlife, including trophy elk, and renowned area 44 mule deer, plus bear, moose and upland birds. Features a hand-hewn log guest cabin, horse barn, plus power and phone to the ranch. This is absolutely the finest mountain property in the Sun Valley market. Broker is partial owner. $4,750,000.

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nmatched cattle and sporting ranch, only 67 miles from Dillon, Montana. Stretching as one vast, contiguous holding from the Continental Divide of the majestic Beaverhead Mountains to the rich Lemhi River Valley, with the ranch’s 14+ miles of spring creeks and Lemhi River fisheries flowing through the heart. 118,300 acres with 10,475± acres deeded, 89,175 acres USFS, 17,280 acres BLM and 1,350 acres state lease. Over 5,000 acres irrigated by 14 gravity-flow pivots, plus wheel lines, flood and sub-irrigation. One of the finest, yet little known, fisheries in the Northern Rockies, with large numbers of elk, moose, bighorn sheep, antelope, deer, chukars, sage grouse, Hungarian partridges and waterfowl all inhabiting the ranch. Considered one of the most important resources in Idaho for the recovery of chinook and steelhead salmon. $32,500,000.

406-932-4606

mark@marknorem.com • marknorem.com FarmAndRanch.com

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ear end-of-the-road idyllic setting within the inspiring and majestic Bitterroot Mountains, just 23.5 miles from Salmon. 358±-acre mountain ranch is bordered on by USFS with trout and salmon-filled 4th of July Creek flowing through. Like new 2,400±-square-foot log home with attached garage, complimented by a restored 850±-square-foot historic log guest house, plus horse barn from same era. Lush mountain pastures, 128± acres irrigated with 1896 water rights using gravity flow sprinklers and flood ditches. This water provides tremendous summer grazing for livestock, plus forage for area’s elk and deer herds. Perfect mountain retreat, convenient to Salmon, “the world’s whitewater rafting capital”, plus Lost Trail Ski area and the largest block of USFS in the lower 48 which adjoins the ranch. $2,150,000.

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irst time on the market in five generations, an unbelievable find. Rare, end-of-the-road ranch. Idaho’s most spectacular valley. Six miles from the best small town in the west; just a couple of minutes from the airport. Base of the mountain setting. 1,796± deeded, plus more than 75,000 acres of BLM and USFS summer grazing “out the gate”. Rated at 300 cow, year-round. Approximately 962± acres irrigated by pivot, wheel lines and flood. Privacy, spectacular uninterrupted views, private lakes, ponds and spring-fed creeks, plus elk, mule deer, upland birds and waterfowl. Tremendous, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. $6,200,000.

406-932-4606

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he Long Meadow Ranch is one of the finest ranch offerings available. It is located just 22 miles northwest of historic downtown Prescott near some of the areas most exclusive developments. 200 head are run year-round on the ranch’s 2,151-deeded acres and the adjacent Prescott National Forest grazing permit. Water is abundant and shallow enough that 120 acres are sub-irrigated. A couple of the ranch’s eight wells produce more than 500 GPM and irrigate another 80 acres. The state has issued a water adequacy certificate for development uses up to 3,156.4 acre feet. The ranch is home to one of Arizona’s premier antelope herds; chukar and pheasant Arizona v Yavapai County v Prescott have also been raised on the ranch. Black bear, mule deer, elk and turkey also frequent the ranch. Whether for an executive retreat, full time or recreational occupancy, investment with substantial appreciation potential or future development, the highly improved Long Meadow Ranch is well-suited for many uses. The ranch is offered turnkey with livestock and equipment; ranch management is in place for new ownership. See a video of the ranch on our website. $14,500,000.

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he Walking L Ranch remains to be one of the last operating cattle ranches headquartered right in Wickenburg, an area well known throughout the world as a team roping and horse enthusiast destination. In total the ranch has 296.66 deeded acres and 52 sections of Arizona state lease and BLM. The ranch historically runs approximately 300 head of cattle yearround. The 110-acre headquarters is two miles north of downtown Wickenburg with 30 acres irrigated by sprinklers along the Hassayampa River. There are seven homes throughout the ranch, a large equipment shop and a gravel pit. This is an extremely Arizona v Yavapai County v Wickenburg well-watered desert ranch with 24 operating wells. There are working pens with triggers at every water. Current ownership has done a magnificent job in maintaining and improving the ranch. It is offered turnkey with cattle and equipment; you will not find too many ranches around like the Walking L. $5,000,000.

WALKING L RANCH

Andy Groseta 928-634-8110

wdartranch@qwestoffice.net headquarterswest.com FarmAndRanch.com

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his Arizona gem consists of 61.2 acres located at the confluence of two perennial rivers. There are not many sites like this still around. It has privacy and seclusion behind a locked gate, bordered by two rivers and forest service land, yet is close to downtown Camp Verde. 18 acres have been irrigated from wells and side roll sprinkler. Some equipment (dozer, tractors) is included. Now offered at $1,650,000.

TROUT CREEK RANCH Arizona v Mohave County v Wikieup his is an exceptional ranch that has privacy, beauty, historic water rights and 35 acres of irrigated land. These amenities are becoming increasingly rare to find in Arizona. You’ll be hard pressed to find a more economical irrigation source than what is available on this ranch. The 163.01 acre headquarters also included a 12¹ section state and adverse grazing allotment. The ranch is being offered turnkey to a new owner who will be able to make this into their legacy ranch. $925,000.

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THE DOS S Arizona v Maricopa County v Fountain Hills he Dos S is a 22.78 acre private inholding surrounded by Tonto National Forest. It is located just off the Beeline Hwy behind a locked gate approximately 35 miles from WestWorld in Scottsdale; Payson is 40 miles to the north. Elevation is 2,200 feet in a classic sonoran desert setting, riparian along the creek and spring-fed pond. This property has been in the same family since it was homesteaded and would make for an excellent site for an off-grid, private, secluded estate but still close enough to the northeast Phoenix metro area. $1,025,100.

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BAKER’S PEAK VISTA RANCH Colorado v Moffat County v Craig

FOUR SPRINGS RANCH Colorado v Moffat County v Maybell ocated on the edge of historic Maybell, Colorado, this 343.98± acre ranch is embellished by the banks of the Yampa River. The Yampa River is nationally known for river fishing and rafting. The area is also well known for big game hunting. Winter elk, mule deer and a wide variety of waterfowl frequent the property. The Four Springs Ranch never has a shortage of water with multiple springs on the property and the main source of irrigation­152 water shares of the Maybell Canal. The fenced pastures currently support 65 pairs of cattle year around. A charming 1,596-square-foot owner or manager’s home, barn, equipment shed and numerous buildings, along with corrals complete the improvements. Great ranch set-up in the perfect location. $1,250,000.

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RIVER RANCH ON THE YAMPA Colorado v Moffat County v Maybell ocated just 20 minutes from the town of Craig and a short 40-minute drive from the Yampa Valley Regional Airport in Hayden. The River Ranch on the Yampa offers a beautiful and modern 4,423-square-foot, five-bedroom, four-bathroom home, with a walkout finished basement featuring spectacular views. Adjacent to the home is a large 2,160-square-foot metal barn with six stalls and an insulated fitting room. This property presents 128.68 acres with senior water rights, partial mineral rights, irrigated alfalfa and grass hay meadows, plus multiple ponds. The historic Yampa River Valley is well known for its trophy elk and deer hunting, quality river rafting and phenomenal fishing. $1,250,000.

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Your own private getaway. This Paris Creek Ranch

is Secluded in Park County, Guffey and set amidst BLM and National Forest land. Treed mountain canyons teeming with Trophy Big Game, Wild turkeys, several live streams, ponds and amazing views of Pikes Peak make these 1,027 acres of Colorado forest land a Wildlife Enthusiast’s Dream. It encompasses the three-bedroom 2x6 R39 open and cozy floor plan with lofts and lots of natural light beaming throughout. Complete with 2,000+ squarefoot barn, solar energy system, 10k Generator Back-up, 1,200+ cistern, well and propane-supported boiler system to keep you toasty warm. This wildlife wonderland is within a 90-minute drive to Colorado Springs Airport and city. $2,900,000.

G. Scott Biggs Real Estate Broker/Owner (719) 661-6511 sbiggs@eyeontherockies.com Find your Dream Home www.eyeontherockies.com


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EAGLE MOUNTAIN RANCH Utah, Washington County, Gunlock

Famed Eagle Mountain Ranch is not only an eagle habitat, it is also home to mule deer, wild turkeys and coyotes. Located just minutes from St. George and the municipal airport, it has also been a retreat for many Fortune 500 CEO’s. Lecturer, author and philanthropist Hyrum Smith and his wife, Gail, have entertained many notables at this one-of-akind refuge. With the Santa Clara River running through it, the almost 1,000 acres of farm and ranch land is not only a great place for a get-away, it is also a working cattle and horse operation. The massive 15,298 SF log ranch house is the perfect balance of entertainment and rustic elegance. Sale also includes the 2,302 SF Canyon Home, the 1,539 SF Gate House and excellent water rights. $7,500,000. Mark Walter, 435.632.1606, mwalter@naiexcel.com

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3 MILE RANCH

BREATHTAKING 79 ACRE RANCH

Utah, Garfield County, Panguitch

Utah, Wayne County, Grover

3 Mile Ranch is just minutes from some of Utah’s most famous national parks. It produces quality hay and has excellent water rights. Sale Includes a 2,645 SF home, a 48x70 detached RV/car garage, man cave and outbuildings. Purchase home and 20.5 surrounding acres for $850,000. Add an additional 34.5 acres for $350,000. Mark Walter, 435.632.1606, mwalter@naiexcel.com

Breathtaking forested and red mountain terrain with flat pasture. Trout filled lake on property. Currently used for 20 acres of crops, pasture and spring water. Sale includes 4 water shares, water rights and 1/2 use of culinary water well. $1,250,000. Mat Chappell, 435.669.1931, mchappell@naiexcel.com

UPSCALE WORKING HORSE RANCH Utah, Iron County, Cedar City

One of Southern Utah’s finest equestrian properties. Sale includes a newly remodeled 2,850 SF home on 10+ acres, 2-car garage, pool and hot tub, full fencing, bunkhouse, 3-bay shop with vehicle lift, 10,300 SF horse arena, 12-stall horse barn, culinary water & irrigation shares. 32+ adjacent acres sold separately. $895,000. Mat Chappell, 435.669.1931, mchappell@naiexcel.com

ELK CROSSING Utah, Garfield County, Hatch

Located at the base of the Paunsaugunt Plateau and part of the winter range for a herd of 50 to 300 elk. The property borders Forest Service, BLM and state lands. Paved road and water/power within 100 yards of the property. 195 acre parcel for $2,000 per acre. Adjacent 160 acre parcel for $1,500 per acre. Mark Walter, 435.632.1606, mwalter@naiexcel.com

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Discover a natural environment in Northern California’s Mt. Shasta Region at this innovative hideaway ranch with expansive views of Mt. Shasta, Sheep Rock and the Eddies!

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wonderful and custom contemporary designed one-ofa-kind industrial loft-style home featuring 153.5 acres of privacy and pristine living! A remarkable 7,200-square-foot home with an open plan living design, an 1,800-square-foot outside deck, vast Low E windows, tall ceilings ranging from 10 feet on bottom level and 12 to 14 feet on upstairs level, custom concrete flooring with radiant heat throughout with exposed aggregate downstairs and three-fourths inch thick Brazilian Cherry certified hardwood flooring in the master bedroom and living room. The airy, sophisticated kitchen boasts a Viking cook top, custom cabinetry, top-of-the-line appliances and polished concrete counter tops and flooring! The lower level has a large family/game room, a generous second master suite, a massage room, two more guest rooms with an adjoining bath, main laundry room, pet area with outdoor access and a 2,400 square-foot garage/ workshop with radiant heat under a 6-inch thick finished and acid washed concrete slab. Privacy, views and seclusion yet within a short driving distance to skiing, hiking, boating, shopping and so much more! Call today! $1,696,000. MLS #109088 v

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ucked behind private gates‌This masterfully designed custom equestrian facility, formally known as Denville Kanani, awaits! It was built with thought and the utmost attention to detail, offering the perfect opportunity for personal or professional ventures. An exceptional state-of-the-art facility, the property offers yearround riding with two lighted indoor arenas, two all-weather footing outdoor arenas, covered round pen, six-horse eight speed, digitally programmable eurociser, and expansive stabling for 53+ horses. Four well appointed barns boast rubber matted stalls, attached all-weather paddocks, automatic fly spray and waterers, hot/cold

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water wash racks, several grooming areas, and tack rooms. Horses can stretch their legs in one of seven all-weather sand turnouts, five large grass pastures, and a gallop/conditioning path. A centrally located duplex provides convenient housing for an on-site manager or guests. Each unit is approximately 1,200 squarefeet and is meticulously maintained and updated throughout. Completed in 2012, the sophisticated main home is on par with the best in the area, boasting approximately 6,500 squarefeet, a gourmet chef’s kitchen that opens to a warm and inviting family room, formal dining room, living room, five generously sized bedrooms, five full bathrooms and two half baths, an office,


exercise room, media room, two laundry rooms, and an oversized mud room! The master retreat is truly relaxing, with spa-like bathroom, two walk-in closets, and captivating views. The abundant windows and doors bring the outdoors in, and capture the sweeping views of the pastures and rolling hills. The Control 4 smart home system flawlessly integrates the homes many high tech features, such as climate control, audio/video, window coverings, lighting, security, and more! A nine-car garage and extensive exterior parking is sure to impress the most discerning of car enthusiasts! The outdoor living spaces offer generous patios, decking, pitch plus putt golf area, hot tub with outdoor TV, and lush landscaping! Ideally situated on 23+ acres of land, at the end of a private driveway, it offers a breath-taking setting for grand living in one of the East Bay’s most beautiful settings, without giving up modern day amenities. Located just five minutes from Blackhawk Plaza, and only a little further to the 580/680 freeways, it’s an easy commute to San Francisco and San Jose. Located in Contra Costa County, this property is subject to the Williamson Act: A California law that provides relief of property tax to owners of farmland and open-space, in exchange for a ten-year agreement that the land will not be developed or converted for other use. This means the property tax base is very low. Check out: www.7191Johnston.com v

Alain Pinel Realtors Jerry R. Vaughn 925-200-3030

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Amanda Thompson 925-260-7405

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MORRO BAY RANCH California v San Luis Obispo County v Morro Bay

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rare find! 2,240 acres of land in Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo County only 3.5 miles from the ocean, with views of Morro Rock and the blue water bay. 60+ acres Class 2 soil and mild climate due to coastal proximity. The ranch has run up to 200 pair year-round. Beautiful rolling grass-covered hills with oaks, sycamores, bay and pepperwood. Several highly productive, developed springs, creeks and small reservoirs. The property offers caretaker’s quarters and a good domestic well. $8,950,000. Todd Renfrew 707-455-4444.

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his 1,500± acre cattle, hay, wild rice and hunting ranch is truly an amazing property. More than 1,050 acres under flood irrigation–521 in alfalfa, grass hay, alfalfa/grass mix, 201 acres in wild rice and 328 acres irrigated pasture. There are four ag wells, a ditch pump and spring pump all tied together, producing well over 10,000 GPM. Two homes, 3,400-square-foot metal shop, two hay barns, plus an animal/hay barn. The ranch runs 350 spring and fall calving pairs, plus 50 replacement heifers and 12 bulls, year-round. $8,750,000. Donna and Rich 530-336-6869.

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his is the eastern portion of Cortina Ridge Ranch. A beautiful, accessible yet private holding of 8,446± acres, well set up for a cattle operation but also loaded with wild game. Historically runs 700-800 pair for the season. Plenty of great spots to situate a ranch home with views out to the Sutter Buttes. Year-round Cortina Creek runs through the center of the ranch, creating a wide valley. The property is part of the Williamson Act for significant tax savings. *Working with Justin Hill of Gary Miller Realty. $7,890,000. Contact Todd Renfrew 707-455-4444.

California Outdoor Properties

Todd Renfrew, Broker/Owner • 707-455-4444

Over 180 Listings at CaliforniaOutdoorProperties.com info@caoutdoorproperties.com • CalBRE #01838294 • YouTube/user/CAOutdoorProperties

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BIAGGI RANCH California v Mendocino County v Manchester

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ituated on Mendocino’s pristine coast between the coastal hamlets of Manchester and Elk, sits 1,542.5 acres. Comprising 11 legal parcels of gently rolling pasture, heavy forest, spring-fed draws, open mountain meadows and unbelievable Pacific-view building sites. An estimated +20,000,000 board foot of timber split roughly 50/50 between redwood and douglas – NTMP. 80-100 head carrying capacity for a cattle operation and substantially more for a sheep operation. Creeks and springs throughout, teeming in native wildlife including blacktail deer, wild turkey, quail, bear, and wild hog. $7,800,000. Jim Martin 707-272-5507.

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hese beautiful 317 acres are located just outside Capay, California, and offers 101 acres of 1-3 year old pistachio trees plus 200 acres of plantable orchard ground, the majority in Class 2 soil. Previous crops included broccoli, corn, sweet corn, sunflower, wheat, onions, bell peppers and grass. The ranch features three newer metal barns and three wells: 2000 GPM, 1100 GPM and 450 GPM. The property is part of the Williamson Act for significant tax savings. $7,000,000. Todd Renfrew 707-455-4444.

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itchell Ranch grows premium alfalfa and orchard hay on 275.3 acres just outside of Davis, California, 90 percent in Class 1 soil and averages six cuttings a year at 6.5 tons per acre. Past crops included tomatoes, sunflower seed, wheat and corn. The property features two wells: 2400 GPM and 1650 GPM. The owner placed new irrigation pipeline in 2015 on the entire farm. Owner will rent back farm for 4 percent rate of return for investors, however, a rent back is not required if the buyer wants another operator or to operate the farm. $2,750,000. Todd Renfrew 707-455-4444.

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EAGLE RIDGE RANCH Utah v Utah County v Spanish Fork

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spectacular property with two-and-ahalf miles of Spanish Fork River frontage and an eastern boundary adjoined by Thistle Creek. The property contains one lake, three active streams, more than 100 springs, and a variety of vegetation and wildlife. Eagle Ridge Ranch consists of 10,237 contiguous deeded acres in diverse topography. Two planning assessments have been prepared for the property which cover several aspects of development including a private golf and ski club, a high-end housing development, and the substantial tax benefits of a conservation easement. The water rights transferring with Eagle Ridge Ranch are sufficient for 350 homes. A diverse wildlife population makes itself at home at Eagle Ridge Ranch, which is encompassed mostly by national forest and state wildlife management areas providing a cushion around the ranch and protecting its wildlife. An advantageous location that provides easy and immediate access to the Wasatch Valley with considerable development potential while still remaining a remote hunting and wildlife sanctuary. The future prospects for Eagle Ridge Ranch are unlimited. $35,000,000.

SAWMILL CREEK RANCH New Mexico v Grant County v Mule Creek olling hillsides carpeted in grama grass, and canyons lined in black walnut and oak, with seasonal creeks, make up the 1,514 deeded acres of Sawmill Creek Ranch. Panoramic views of the Gila and Apache National Forests, widespread recreational activity and a myriad of hunting opportunities welcome the new buyer. In addition, the ranch can support 40 to 45 cows. Sawmill Creek’s remarkable location is within one hour of Silver City, NM and Safford, AZ, bringing together a genuine southwestern treasure. $5,000,000.

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BLUE HILLS ELK RANCH New Mexico v Catron County v Pie Town

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ver 6,000 acres of magnificent country, 5,430 deeded acres and 640 state leased acres. Scenic views are in all directions and terrain ranges from grassy meadows to rocky bluffs and rolling pinon juniper covered mountains. Blue Hills Elk Ranch receives five rifle elk tags in an excellent hunting area and has the capacity to run a minimum of 70 to 80 cows year round. This is a fantastic ranch with a multitude of surrounding beauty and recreational opportunity. $4,300,000. Price is negotiable, seller will finance.

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he 2,880 acres of the Heavenly Acres Ranch, 1,760 deeded acres and 1,120 leased acres, sits within the majestic beauty of the Apache National Forest. This is a picturesque setting of lush green meadows surrounded by mountaintops of ponderosa pine, and skies that reach to eternity. An ideal horse property, or cattle ranch, the lush green meadows and leased acres of Heavenly Acres Ranch currently support approximately 140 to 160 yearlings. Located in some of New Mexico’s finest country for big game hunting, Heavenly Acres Ranch is a fantastic location for an outfitting business and/or summer dude ranch with improvements in place. Only 30 minutes from the quaint mountain town of Alpine, Arizona and Luna Lake. $3,800,000.

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estled beneath the summits of Fox Mountain and Gallo Peak, in the Apache National Forest, lies the Gallo Mountain Ranch. ConNew Mexico v Catron County v Pie Town sisting of 640 deeded acres, along with 38,633 forest leased acres, Gallo Mountain Ranch is encompassed by a unique recreational dreamland private hunting retreat with elk grazing in its meadows, a good that embraces trophy big-game hunting, fishing, and endless recrewell already in place, electricity close by, and several pristine ational activities. Gallo Mountain Ranch is situated at a cool summer building sites makes the 596 acres of Elk Camp Ranch a dream hunt7,500 feet within an expanse of forested timber, open meadows and a ing or recreational property. $750,000. myriad of springs and creeks. Gallo Mountain Ranch, and the forest surrounding it, offer some of the nation’s finest trophy elk, mule deer, black bear and turkey hunting. Gallo Mountain Ranch is a seasonal yearling ranch and runs up to 700-plus head from mid-May through mid-October. Gallo Mountain Ranch is a breathtaking and productive. $2,750,000.

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OAK CREEK CANYON New Mexico v Socorro County v Magdalena

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rivate and secluded at the furthest southern point of Hop Canyon, the 204 acres of Oak Creek Canyon are surrounded by the Cibola National Forest yet conveniently located only 15 minutes from Magdalena. A charming ranch house of 1,900 square-feet sits in peace and tranquility in the canNew Mexico v Catron County v Quemado yon bottom, while elk, mule deer, bear, and wild turkey drink from the pond istant views of the Sawtooth Mountains to the east and Mariano and various springs along the creek. Truly a one-of-a-kind property. $900,000. Mesa to the west, along with a blend of rolling hills and mesas, flowSusan Johnson • 505-469-4303 ing into meadows of gramma grass and wildflowers, capture the essence Jay Platt • 575-740-3243 of the 3,200-acre Trotter Ranch, consisting of 2,640 deeded acres and 560 BLM leased acres. Quality elk and mule deer hunting, and a close Office • 844-363-0520 proximity to the White Mountains of Arizona, where numerous lakes, susanjohnsonnm@nmranchproperties.com streams and ski resort provide year-round recreational activity, combine nmranchproperties.com to enhance the numerous attributes of the Trotter Ranch. $2,100,000. Honestly Representing Western Ranchers with the Values of Yesterday

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HARTS BASIN RANCH Colorado v Delta County v Eckert

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weetly nestled in Harts Basin, a beautiful and very secluded area known for trophy mule deer, pheasant, quail, chukar, waterfowl, plus mild winters and cooler summers at an elevation of 5,600 feet. This 1,855± deeded acres is currently a working livestock ranch, averaging 350 AUMs, with 237± irrigated acres in both hay/pasture, manager’s home, working pens, scale and a USFS livestock permit for 394 AUMs. Located in GMU, could be the perfect setting for an equestrian setup as well. End of the road privacy, your very own wildlife sanctuary, excellent water rights and yet only minutes to both Cedaredge and Delta. $3,100,000.

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stunning, picturesque, 10,542 deeded acres situated on Pinon Mesa and adjacent to both McInnis Canyons Natural Conservation area (123,430 acres) and Black Ridge Canyon Wilderness (75,000± acres) with its beautiful sandstone canyons, natural arches, spires and alcoves. A year-round livestock operation running 350 to 400 AUMs and includes 33,520± acres of both BLM and national forest livestock grazing permits. Glade Park is renowned for its trophy-class elk and deer hunting via GMU 40, and the Gore Ranch is well known for huge bulls and bucks. Elevations range from 6,500 to 9,000 feet. With 44,062± acres (deeded and permit lands) you truly are in your own wilderness! Only 30 minutes to Grand Junction. Other purchasing options available. $21,000,000.

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eautiful and private 160± acres in the Bookcliffs! Bordered on three sides by BLM with a good access road to the property. Excellent mule deer hunting and good elk hunting. North facing property, nice meadows, oaks and pinyons. Excellent hunting on adjoining BLM lands. Beautiful mountain views and within an hour’s drive to Loma or Fruita. Seller is licensed realtor in state of Colorado. This property is in Garfield County. $240,000.

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GLADE PARK MOUNTAIN RANCH Colorado v Mesa County v Glade Park

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eautiful lower Glade Park/Pinion Mesa ranch 2,809± deeded acres. The ranch borders the Black Ridge Canyons Wilderness area with 75,000± acres. An excellent livestock grazing ranch with five BLM grazing livestock allotments, two set of working livestock pens, and includes an excellent water well, plus nine livestock water ponds. Excellent elk, deer, and lion hunting in GMU 40. Year round access via BS road and only 30 minutes from Grand Junction. $6,000,000.

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njoy your very own mountain wilderness setting with this 6,062± acres located on beautiful Pinon Mesa with elevations from 7,200 to 9,000 feet. With approximately 2.5 miles of the Little Dolores River, both Payne and Tommy Dodson Canyons traverse the deeded with small pockets of aspen, oaks, lush mountain meadows and parks, springs, wallows, and a nice spring fed trout lake. Located in GMU 40 for trophy big game and hunting, and includes a comfortable four-bedroom, three-bath cabin with gorgeous views. This is a prime wildlife parcel and less than one hour drive from Grand Junction. $18,000,000.

BLACK RIDGE RANCH Colorado v Mesa County v Glade Park

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orgeous 1,348± acres situated in the beautiful and rugged sandstone canyons and alcoves of Glade Park. Elevations of 6,500-6,700 feet. Two water wells and three water tanks, borders BLM, plus year round access and only 30 minutes to Grand Junction. $4,000,000.

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he 16,000 acre Pettyjohn Ranch is west of Red Bluff, California, and surrounded by privately owned lands. Owned by one family for more than 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 life-blood 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 700+ pair (a cow and calf). In addition, the ranch supports many and various kinds of game for the sportsman. There are numerous black bear, wild hogs, mountain lions and large trophy size blacktail deer David Van Cleve, Broker sought by many hunters. There are two seasonal wild turkey hunts. In addition, because of VanCleveRanches.com 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. $10 million. 530-906-3978

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estled beneath magnificent mesas, this stunning vineyard home is a rare real estate opportunity. The eight-acre property is part of the San Jose de la Cienega Acequia water system that was established in 1806 to water the agricultural needs of the village of San Fidel, New Mexico. The water comes from natural springs that flow from Mt. Taylor. Guadalupe Vineyards has two days of water rights that feed into an irrigation pond of 100,000 gallons that irrigate 2.5 acres of vineyards planted first in 2000. The variety of grapes consists of Riesling, Muscat, and GewĂźrztraminer. These grapes have produced award-winning wines. The sensational 2,432-square-foot home has an open floor plan, very large great room, library, private meditation room, three bedrooms including a huge private master suite. $750,000.

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TURKEY TRACK RANCH California v Colusa County v Williams ocated 18 miles west of the city of Williams on Hwy 16 in Colusa County. This ranch consists of 2,575.50 acres, and is a working cattle ranch. There are two large reservoirs on the ranch with a nice hunting lodge and sleeping cabin. Excellent pig, deer and elk hunting, and bass fishing in the ponds. A very secluded weekend getaway with easy access. THIS IS A SPORTSMEN’S PARADISE! $2,523,990.

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JOHNSON RANCH California v Solano County v Fairfield total of 314 acres on Creed Road near Fairfield and Travis Air Force Base in Solano County. Excellent dryland pasture, domestic well, barn, and nice building site in the trees. Very nice grazing ranch with good accessibility. $1,510,000.

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California v Yolo County ell located on the west side of Hwy 505 and County Road 27 in western Yolo County, this ranch consists of 235 acres of Class II soil. Water provided by Yolo County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, used for irrigated row-crops. Lots of possibilities! $3,658,350.

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ake up to picturesque mountain views from this 4,800-square-foot four-bedroom, three-bath log home with an 1,100-square-foot log garage and shop. Mountain getaway sprawls 480 acres in the Rockies featuring pastures, canyons, creeks and rocky ridges with opportunity to purchase adjacent land. Outdoor escape is teeming with wildlife and offers ample space for hiking or four-wheeling. Potential for corporate retreat is great. $1,900,000, Listing 26272

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MJN RANCH LOT D - 30.67 ACRES Colorado v Garfield County v Carbondale

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onderful 30-acre agricultural parcel with amazing Carbondale location, privacy and spectacular views of Mt. Sopris and the valley. This property is part of the historic Nieslanik family and only a short drive away from the Aspen/Snowmass ski area. A single family home, riding arena, or barn may also be added to this property. $3,000,000.

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OAK ALLEY RANCH California v San Luis Obispo County v Nipomo

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his spectacular Oak Alley Ranch is located in the hills among the majestic oaks. The ranch includes almost 400 acres with a spacious 2,996-square-foot home with three bedrooms, three baths, and an oversized two-car garage. In addition the property includes a guest home with two bedrooms and two baths with top quality finishes. The main house includes a great room, open kitchen and master bedroom on a separate wing from the other bedrooms. A large craft room and laundry area are also in the main house. The barn/shop is ready for cars, toys or hobbies. Property is in the Williamson Contract. Offered at $1,975,000.00. The adjoining 160 acres are also for sale at $160,000.

BORDERING LOS PADRES NATIONAL FOREST California San Luis Obispo County v Arroyo Grande ordering the beautiful Los Padres National Forest, these 69 acres have a four bedroom, three-bath home that is approximately 2,410 square-feet. The house has a large composite-style deck with a panoramic view of Lopez Lake, an open floor plan with great room, dining room and kitchen. The master bedroom and two other bedrooms are all on the same level as the great room. Additional bonus room and bath downstairs. Horses allowed and wonderful riding trails to enjoy. Pad area for barn $849,000.00.

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illow Creek Ranch is nestled in the fertile South Fork Shoshone River Valley overlooking Buffalo Bill Reservoir and Wyoming v Park County v South Fork the Absaroka and Carter Mountain Ranges south of Cody, Wyoming. The ranch holds 195± deeded acres with excellent irrigated production incorporating two fields under center pivot planted to timothy and alfalfa as well as additional grass fields under fixed sprinkler. The irrigation on the property is designed to be efficient and easy to operate. Also included is a very nice set of working improvements comprised of a home, barn, shop and corrals. The four-bedroom, three-bath home also has an attached two-car garage plus a motorhome garage. The home features incredible views of Castle Rock and the South Fork Valley. The shop has a wood working bay, metal working bay, and welding bay. The barn features two indoor stalls and several outdoor stalls. The pole fencing makes it an ideal equestrian property. This is an excellent opportunity to own a working agricultural unit in the most desired location in Cody, Wyoming. $1,875,000.

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LITTLE ROSE RANCH Wyoming v Platte County v Chugwater ittle Rose Ranch consists of 2,200± deeded acres and offers a nice set of improvements including a house, horse barn, garage, shop, and corrals. Latham Spring and the resulting reservoir provide one of several stock water sources around the canyons, bluffs, and sloping grassland of the well-sodded ranch. Priced at $850 per deeded acre including the improvements, Little Rose is a turnkey cow/calf or equestrian ranch with good fences and adequate stock water. The miles of rim rock create incredible wildlife habitat and protected pockets for stock. Located a few miles off I-25, within two hours north of Denver, Colorado, Little Rose represents an investment in quality ranch land. It is surrounded by large ranches on two sides and thousands of acres of state of Wyoming land to the north and east. Few ranches with this quality ground, ideal location, and working improvements are on the market today. Call for a showing or to learn more. $1,863,000.

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azy Springs Ranch is located along the western foothills of the Big Horn Mountains along the lush, fertile valley of Beaver Creek just north of the scenic town of Shell, Wyoming. The year-round stream meanders for more than a mile through the ranch providing flood and sub irrigation water to 30± acres of tillable fields that have historically raised both hay and crop. The remaining 227± acres of deeded and nearly 28,000± acres of a common BLM grazing lease provide excellent habitat for livestock and wildlife. The improvements are impeccable and include a 4,067-square-foot home that has been used as a lodge; a 1,320-square-foot high bay shop; and a 3,132-square-foot barn that incorporates an incredible recreation room as well as stalls and tack spaces for a feature equestrian area. The ranch is adjacent to thousands of acres of BLM and is a gateway to public lands of such beauty that they will beacon you to explore as you gaze from the patio of this astonishing home. $2,150,000.


MASTERPIECE NORTH OF FORT COLLINS Colorado v Larimer County v Fort Collins his stunning five-bedroom, eight-bath custom-built home set on 35 acres in North Fort Collins hosts breathtaking views of the Front Range. This unique property features a large gourmet kitchen, six fireplaces, huge master suite, walkout basement, six-plus garage spaces and more! Heated 50x75 barn including its own office, half bath, tack room and four stalls. Resort-style living including a swimming pool and luxury cabana. Be the lucky new owner of this one of a kind masterpiece! $1,500,000.

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WEST YOSEMITE RANCH - 900± ACRES California v Mariposa County Access through Yosemite, cabin, springs, conifer forest. $2,000,000.

SIERRA LAKE & LODGE - 210± ACRES California v Nevada County v Near Truckee Completely private lake, 5+ bedroom lodge. Sealed bid. Suggested $4,900,000.

PREMIER CALIFORNIA RANCHES 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 Nevada to the Pacific Coast, The Chickering Company has spent over 35 years brokering California ranches, mountain BAY VIEW RANCH – 199.5 ACRES hideaways, coastal retreats, fishing and hunting lodges, and more. In addition, we locate and evaluate properties throughout the West. California v Sonoma County v Sonoma Wine Country Our clients count on our specialized knowledge, experience and Spectacular views, vineyard potential, farmhouse, barns and springs. $5,500,000. discretion to guide them to exceptional properties and represent their interests in real estate transactions. Visit All Our California Ranches at www.chickeringco.com/ranch

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RIVERFRONT VINEYARD ESTATE - 41 ACRES California v Placer County v Sierra Foothills Italian Style Villa, Orchards $2,700,000.


PRODUCTIVE NEBRASKA FARM & RANCH Nebraska v Box Butte County v Alliance ardner Farms, Inc. was established in 1972 with three bank loans, and was put together one piece at a time like a puzzle. This one border fenced block of prime Box Butte County center-pivot irrigated farm and ranch land is located in the Snake Creek Valley eleven miles west of Alliance, Neb. Spanning 5,774Âą deeded acres, the subject property is comprised of 1,523.9 irrigated acres and 4,250Âą acres of dry land farm ground, sub-irrigated meadows and pasture. The soils are sandy silt loam which produces excellent crops and grazing. All eleven center-pivot irrigated circles have excellent shallow irrigation wells in the prolific Arikaree Aquifer. The ranch portion of the property has excellent grass and subirrigated meadows, with shallow stock water wells equipped with windmills and electric submersible pumps on the same well with large watering tanks. Properly managed, the ranch is owner rated for 350 pairs. $10,346,000. Contact Curt James.

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ituated at the base of the Sierra Madre Mountain range just five miles from Wyoming v Carbon County v Encampment Encampment and only 30 minutes south of historic Saratoga, Wyo., is the Jensen Ranch. Almost completely surrounded by the BLM, this scenic 4,198-acre mountain ranch is comprised of 440 deeded acres, 3,170 acres BLM lease and 588 acres state lease. The diverse habitat on the ranch has made it a popular refuge for mule deer, elk, antelope, and black bear. The ranch spans over a mile of the west fork of Cherokee Creek, a year-round tributary providing ample water for livestock and wildlife. Nestled against an aspen grove on the north end of the property is a well-appointed 3,518-square-foot home with incredible views of the Snowy Range and Medicine Bow Peak making this ranch an exclusive private retreat for the outdoorsman. $1,900,000. Contact Creed James.

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CHEDSEY CREEK RANCH Colorado v Jackson County v Coalmont

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tunning 12,000-square-foot custom-built Sitka Log Home sitting on more than 70 acres within the gated ranch community of Shadow Creek Ranch. The property includes three master suites, four guest suites, theatre/media room, wine cellar, gourmet chef’s kitchen features, formal dining area, pool table/bar area, expansive great room and a 4,000-square-foot toy barn/gaming room. Purchase of this home includes all the amenities offered to the residents of Shadow Creek Ranch. $8,250,000.

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adger Creek Ranch is a beautiful 590±-acre recreational ranch just 20 minutes from Kremmling, Colorado, 35 miles to Steamboat Springs and just over two hours to Denver. The ranch attributes include good hunting, seven ponds (fishing in three of them), year-round access, adjacent public lands, a custom-built two-bedroom, two-anda-half-bath log home and a small log guest/hunting cabin. $1,995,000.

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he Aspen Ridge Ranch is a beautiful and secluded sportsman’s retreat close to three of Colorado’s premier resort towns. The ranch consists of 522± acres bordered by Routt National Forest, 30 minutes from Kremmling, Colorado. The property has excellent habitat for Rocky Mountain elk, mule deer, black bear, moose and mountain lion. The ranch also has live water in the east fork of Blacktail Creek, which has a handful of beaver ponds and contains native brook trout. Aspen Ridge Ranch has extensive water rights Colorado v Grand County v Kremmling and approximately 150± acres of irrigated and sub-irrigated he BI Bar Ranch located just northwest of Kremmling, Colorado, meadows. The ranch improvements include a beautiful home, features stunning views, incredible access to public lands and an luxury cabin, large shop and a yurt with large deck and views of opportunity to own a piece of the Colorado High Country for under one the Gore Range. $2,785,000. million dollars, all within two hours of Denver. The adjacent public lands offer pristine wildlife habitat and acres of horseback riding trails making this an incredible property for the hunting and/or equine enthusiast. The ranch is easily accessible, just off US Hwy 40, yet has lots of privacy and seclusion. From the many beautiful building sites, views of the Gore William George, Broker/Owner Range and Muddy Creek valley are unobstructed. This versatile property has much to offer anyone looking to purchase a recreational ranch with 970-485-1052 cell • 970-724-5900 office close proximity to Denver and with exceptional views. $995,000. Bill@coranch.com • ColoradoRanchCompany.com

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ocated between Montrose and Gunnison, Colorado, near Blue Mesa Reservoir, this unique and beautiful ranch consists of 532± acres of pristine, alpine real estate, with a beautiful log home, barn, shop, shooting house and a pond. You can see literally miles and miles from the middle of the ranch. The property has year-round access to the front gate at over 9,000-foot elevation. Deer and elk (Hunting Unit 66) are abundant as well as bears, mountain lions, grouse and turkeys. The entire east boundary joins BLM. Fishing in Blue Mesa Reservoir is great but you can fish the beaver dams on the creek that runs nearly the length of the property. The home is a gorgeous 2,300+ square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bath log home with front and back decks, fire pit, and lovely views and was built from timber and materials harvested on the ranch. The home is heated with a 7-zone, energy efficient, Munchen system, in-floor heat so that almost every room can be individually controlled. There is a shop with five overhead doors, drive through access, a heated office and wired for 220. The nice barn has concrete floors and lots of storage. Also note the shooting house with targets marked to 700 yards. This is definitely a one-of-a-kind ranch. Don’t miss this opportunity. $3,999,000. Listing agent is Snub Liles, 970-210-0551 or snub@snubliles.com. Property ID: 52859

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Colorado v Montrose County v Montrose hat a perfect place to build your dream home! The views are spectacular on this 218± acres that sit just below the entrance to the Black Canyon National Monument and borders BLM land on the west side. There is a cabin that can be fixed up and lots of camping sites with electricity. The pole barn has been used for family gatherings. Water is a spring that fills three cisterns. The land is split into two parcels, one is 98± acres and the other is 120± acres. Property is currently leased out (on a year to year lease) for cattle grazing in the spring and a few hunters in the fall. This property is beautiful! Listing agent is Dave Macht, 970-216-5452 or dave@davemacht.com. $849,000. Property ID: 50507

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his 155± acre Cimarron Valley Ranch has about 125± irrigated acres with very high priority, free irrigation water and gated pipe. Live water running through nice set of corrals. There is a barn, equipment sheds, loafing sheds and Quonset shed with 360 degree views. Home is three bedrooms, three baths with in-floor radiant heat, tile floors, gas log fireplace, all appliances, jetted tub, patio, deck, two-car attached garage. The Cimarron Valley is a postcard beautiful location. Seller will look at all reasonable offers. Listing agent is Snub Liles, 970-210-0551 or snub@snubliles.com $999,950. Property ID: 50489

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wisted G Ranch offers a secluded 40-acre ranch estate, perfect for any outdoor enthusiasts, offering all the amenities to make life fun and relaxing. This custom rustic resort was built 2 years ago designed for entertaining, having fun, and Northeast Texas v Henderson County v New York living the country dream. This four-bedroom home, with four full baths, has a resort style floor plan to please all of your guests. Hungry? Throw some ribeyes on the “Big Green Egg” and enjoy the shade from the Palapa-covered cabana while entertaining at the outdoor kitchen area. After dinner enjoy a game of pool in the private game room complete with slot machines, media area, and half-bath overlooking the amazing pool and backyard. Relax on the oversized back porch after you take a dip in the 845-square-foot pool equipped with a diving board and built in slide. Cold outside? Soak in the attached hot tub and heat the pool to enjoy the outdoors all year around. For those athletic types, put on hiking boots and hit the trails behind the house. Enjoy the sound of trees swaying in the wind while the kids catch tadpoles in the creek that runs all year long. Bored yet? Take a paddle boat ride or cast a line on the half-acre pond. Head back to the ranch to enjoy a game of washers or ping pong at the 52x75 insulated shop. Complete with restroom and feed and tack room as well as a large man cave that houses cabinets and TV. Invite your friends to stay onsite in a two-bedroom, one bath, fully furnished 750-square-foot cabin, complete with 2 queen beds and full kitchen. Park your pride and joy in one of the three large detached garage bays located next to the resort. Enjoy a horseback ride or evening stroll along the quiet country roads or a trail ride through the majestic woods. Without a doubt, the full moon and numerous fireflies at night will certainly take you to a place you never want to leave.

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iller Farms is a fantastic Sold 720-acre property for the rancher/hunter/outdoorsman offering stunning terrain and long views that can’t be beat. It is located in the highly desired area of East Texas on the Henderson/ Anderson county line near Brushy Creek. The improved coastal East Texas Bermuda pastures and hay fields Henderson & Anderson Cos v Brushy Creek have been well maintained, and it is easily accessed just off of FM 2588. The land is very scenic rolling terrain with distinct elevation changes. The ranch is comprised of mostly fine sandy loam hills and some low wet areas along the creek. It has beautiful, massive red and post oaks and some hickory and elm trees. The ranch will easily carry 300 cows or 750 steers, and can produce enough hay to cover them. This ranch is primarily open, however there is an abundant supply of deer, hogs and other wildlife. The property includes multiple ponds and creeks for water sources as well several potential lake sites. The ranch is about 15 miles southeast of Athens, and 4 miles south of LaRue in the southeastern region of Henderson County, with some acreage also in Anderson County. It is east of FM 2588, on the south side of CR 4400.

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MULESHOE LAND & CATTLE BEETS TWO TOP RANCH South Dakota v Butte County v Belle Fourche ith 6,735± total acres: 4,088± are deeded; 640 are state lease and 2,007± BLM lease. Reduced to $2,300,000. Ron Ensz 605-210-0337. Property ID: 52296

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Wyoming v Goshen County v Torrington his property has 5,131± deeded acres with eight low-pressure center pivots irrigating 1,113± acres. 4,108± acres of pasture. Two homes, numerous outbuildings. Reduced to $7,000,000. Cory Clark 307-334-2025 or Logan Schliinz 970-222-0584. Property ID: 51661

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Nebraska v Banner County v Harrisburg eautiful 1,380± deeded acres. Elegant 3,575-square-foot custom-built home and more. Ideal wildlife habitat. Reduced to $1,800,000. Cory Clark 307-334-2025 or Ryan Rochlitz 307-286-3307. Property ID: 50797

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WHITETAIL CREEK RANCH North Dakota v Billings County v Fairfield hitetail Creek Ranch has 11,320± total acres with 3,680± deeded, 640 state lease, and 7,000± federal lease acres. $6,500,000. Denver Gilbert 406-697-3961 or Cory Clark 307-334-2025. Property ID: 51050

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