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Blackstone Ranch Terrebonne, OREGON

Blackstone Ranch is a spectacular 105 acre

horse and cattle ranch in the beautiful Lone Pine Valley near Bend in Central Oregon. The area is the outdoor enthusiast’s dream with year around sports activities just outside your door. The Crooked River runs through the ranch and the stunning 4,773 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 4 bath, lodge-style home sits on the canyon edge offering views both up and down stream. From nearly every room in the home you see green pastures, the snow-capped Cascade Mountains, towering Smith Rock and the river canyon with its wide variety of wildlife. The setting offers unique privacy and a special serenity. The ranch facilities include a high-quality manager’s home, large shop/RV barn, 100x150 covered arena, Blue Ribbon horse barn, hay/ equipment shed and cattle handling facilities. All are first class in design and function. It’s a special place in a truly unique setting. Don’t miss additional photos at: and the virtual tour at: $3,900,000

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John Banovich:

Big Animals, Big Teeth, Big Program

Artist John Banovich began painting when he was seven years old with his sister, Teri, a talented artist. She started him off properly of course, in oils. Along with painting, he went into the woods hunting with his father, an avid gamesman. During this time he gained an intimate knowledge of animal anatomy while field dressing game and a patient, watchful eye, the hallmark of a great hunter, and, in this case, also a great artist. Showing a marked talent for fine arts and an interest in nature, he later pursued dual degrees in biology and art. Unfortunately, or perhaps in his case fortunately, a commercial art career ended before it began and he continued pursuing the impetus of his true talent—big game. As Banovich shared during a recent interview with Open Fences, “My subject matter has always been big animals with big teeth. I believe each of us is given a specific path to follow on this planet…and when I finished school, it didn’t take long for it to become crystal clear I wanted to pursue fine art.” For John Banovich, this has sent him to wild places in search of wild spaces. It also marked the beginning of a successful career as an extremely respected wildlife artist.

only the start of the process. I want to know what happens on the other side of the canvas, the story behind the painting,” explains Banovich. In his research, he absorbs the people and the culture of the places he travels then channels this understanding into his paintings, while capturing the animal’s energy in a seeming innocuous twitch of a tiger’s tail, the silent gaze of an interrupted gorilla, the studied indifference of a lion in repose. It is exciting to look at a Banovich painting, not only for the fine brush strokes of realism, but also for his nuanced understanding of animal behavior and their interactions. The detail in which he captures moments, finite gestures and eye lines on canvas, are self-evident of long hours spent in the field studying and watching animals do what they do. The intense focus of his subject matter is so vital it reaches out and wraps mystery around the viewer’s heart, inviting the mind inside a different world filled with wild animals and wild places.

Banovich believes that art has the power to inspire and has come to believe it is his job as an artist to “paint a face” on the animals and places worth conserving. His paintings invite people into the world he travels, with the intention of revealing the power and the magic of the wild world struggling to remain free in the inevitable combine of human expansion. Today, he passionately pursues not only his singular artistic process, but also conservation initiatives designed to protect the animals and places he loves to paint.

In his travels, Banovich is exposed to a wide variety of ecosystems, political nets and conservation organizations inside the territorial infrastructures of villages, people, places and cultures. Just as a boy he gained intimate knowledge of animal anatomy, today Banovich has gained an intimate knowledge of what is working and what is not working in the world of wild life and wild spaces conservation around the world. “What is the saying?” Banovich queries, “…’There is a responsibility in knowing’...and I reached a point in my art and my travels where I knew I wanted to help.”

A normal day at the office for Banovich is hiking the mountains of Pakistan to study the snow leopard or traversing the Russian Far East on the trail of an Amur Tiger. He is not a point and click artist who shoots a roll of film, goes home and starts painting. “My understanding of the subject matter, the animal, the project, is

Driven by this desire to make a difference, five years ago Banovich formed the Banovich Wildscapes Foundation (BWF), which is designed with the primary initiative “to foster a cooperative relationship between the earth’s wild places and


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the people that live there.” BWF utilizes practical hands-on restoration and preservation models promoting longterm conservation solutions un-biased by lobbied interests. As an artist, he believes in the important role art plays connecting people to the landscape. Referentially, Banovich points to the pivotal role Thomas Moran played in the preservation of Yellowstone. Moran painted dramatic landscapes of the region, which captured the nation's attention and inspired Congress to establish Yellowstone as the first national park. Banovich shrugs and says, “Our head moves us, but our heart inspires us…” A person can read 2000 words about magnificent elephants and not be one tenth as moved as they are viewing a huge canvas of an enormous bull elephant throwing his massive head in the classic stance of a big male laying claim with all bluster and show. A single John Banovich canvas showcases a majestic world that thrills the blood and inspires the mind towards protecting one of these last, beautiful, wild things on this planet.

Banovich continues, “If you take the ‘wild’ out of wilderness, you have nothing...” In this day and age of politics and population growth, cityscapes and technical highways, the wild places could possibly be swept up in the momentum of progress without a concentrated effort to take a stance and lay claim to preservation. The United States is a wealthy country and has the ability to subsidize national treasures and parks and protected areas. Poor nations, as Banovich has so often witnessed, do not have the same luxury of financial resource, which is where conservation organizations play a fundamental role. “The best thing about BWF is that we do not make a living off our organization,” states Banovich. BWF has worked with “several different world-wide organizations with a successful history of bringing the non-hunting sportsmen conservationists together in a united effort.” BWF supports nine initiatives all together with three core initiatives including: the Mountain Nyla, Ethiopia, the Khunta Mi, Russia and P.R.I.D.E. Lions, Kenya and Tanzania. (P.R.I.D.E. representing Protection, Research, Implementation, Development and Education) For Banovich, the critical question is always what is best for the species in the long term. Banovich’s number one goal in his art is to connect the painting to a landscape and let the story wander off the canvas and into the heart of the viewer, putting a face on issues for people to be inspired towards conservation and change—and ultimately—put Banovich Wildscapes Foundation out of business. If the animals and places were protected, there would be no good works left for BWF to provide. . O PEN F ENCES | 11

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Stunning Cascade Mountain Views! Bend, OREGON / $1,599,000

You will be in awe of the custom finishes and

attention to detail. Main level features coffered ceilings, mahogany core doors, formal living/dining, floor to ceiling windows for maximum views, gourmet kitchen /custom cabinetry and top of the line appliances. Master suite with gas fireplace, views, cedar walk-in closet, Jacuzzi tub, two shower heads, Toto toilet & linen closet. Large family room downstairs with wine and theater room to die for and so much more! 5 bedrooms, 6 baths and 6,147 square feet.

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Buckhorn Ranch Wallowa County, OREGON / $25,000,000


he Buckhorn is one of the few remaining legacy ranches of this caliber, size, diversity, and part of the Zumwalt prairie, which is one of the last native grassland in North America. This amazing ranch stretches 34,870 acres in four separate units throughout Wallowa County, located in north east Oregon. A turn-key cattle operation, amazing hunting and recreational opportunities, this 34,870 acre ranch has it all. The Buckhorn Ranch could truly be an amazing legacy.


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River Ranch Redmond, OREGON / $5,900,000

Own a piece of history in the restored home

of one of Oregon’s most famous governors. Now a productive 560 acre horse and cattle ranch with the Crooked River meandering through. The ranch boasts breathtaking Cascade Mountain views, towering rock formations, green fields and one of the finest horse facilities in the Northwest. The 100x300 heated indoor arena, show barn, mare barn and exercise area, are all under one roof. The stately 6,000 sf. home has been beautifully restored. There are two additional homes and two large shops.

Sky Hawk Ranch Redmond, OREGON / $2,450,000

A spectacular 217 acre horse/cattle ranch in a beautiful mountain-view setting

close to Bend. All facilities have been redone w/top quality workmanship and materials. You’ll marvel at the views from the totally remodeled 3,449sf main home. There’s an event center with indoor arena, 20 stalls, lounge, office, 3 tack rooms, vet room and huge conference room as well as a 15 stall boarding barn, mare barn, covered round pen, cutting and roping arenas, and an extensive trail course. This is truly a special place. Don’t miss the virtual tour.

Hawk Ridge Bend, OREGON / $1,200,000

Enjoy peace and quiet on this 29 acre horse property in a private, treed, mountain-view setting. The beautiful 5,395sf, 3 bedroom, 4.5 bath lodgestyle home offers comfortable living and easy entertaining. The numerous windows and expansive decks help to bring the green pastures and snowcapped mountains up close. There’s a 4-stall barn with guest quarters, 4-rail vinyl fencing and miles of trails on the government land next door. A great place for year round or vacation living. See the virtual tour.


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Buck Springs Ranch Crook County, OREGON / $5,500,000

Buck Springs Ranch lies at the base of the Maury Mountains only an hour east

of Bend. The ranch encompasses a total of 15,700 acres with 9,000 acres deeded and 6,700 acres of government leased land. And, it borders miles of US Forest. There are 3 homes, a large shop, and a high-quality arena-barn with an 80 x 120 indoor arena, 10 stalls, tack room and guest facilities. Cattle graze miles of native rangeland interspersed with Aspen groves and Ponderosa Pine timberlands. Little Bear Creek runs the length of the ranch. There is a variety of game animals and birds and the ranch qualifies for 9 land owner hunting tags for both deer and elk. This is a beautiful ranch in a great Central Oregon setting! See virtual tour.

440 Acre Horse Ranch Bend, OREGON / $550,000

A 440 acre horse training setup at the

base of Pine Mountain. Bordered by miles of BLM and US Forest lands in an area known for excellent deer & elk hunting. Facilities include a 1,904sf, 4 bedroom, 2 bath home, a high-quality 72 x 200 arena-barn with guest quarters and large shop. Enjoy the privacy of the high-desert setting with Cascade Mountain Views.

80 Acre Hideaway Mitchell, OREGON / $425,000


wn a unique 80 acre getaway with income potential! The nicely updated home with hardwood floors, bright kitchen and big master suite offers a comfortable place to live or vacation. Thompson Creek runs through and provides water for irrigation, trout for breakfast, and habitat for a variety of fruit trees and wildlife. Decorative stone is extracted and sold for use on high-end homes and commercial buildings.


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Colorado Costilla Irrigated Farm & Ranch - Potato Wheat Alfalfa Blanca, COLORADO / $32,000,000

One of the largest irrigated farms offered in the San Luis

Valley in Southern Colorado. A combination of farm ground and ranch land consisting of 14,035 +/- deeded acres primarily of excellent potato producing soils as well as good soils for crops including alfalfa, wheat, oats and other small grains. Situated on 5-miles of the Rio Grande River outside of Blanca, Colorado. The farm portion has 34 center pivots while the ranch portion has 7 center pivots. There are 43-irrigation wells with a total adjudication of 27,116 gpm in addition to 10-domestic and stock water wells. This is a well established farm located within easy access to shipping routes. Contact Linda Niebur or Rue Balcomb;


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Rolling T Ranch Morgan County, Fort Morgan, COLORADO $5,150,000


he Rolling T Ranch comprises of 9,991 deeded acres of farm and ranch land in Northeast Colorado. The ranch is very well located with highway frontage on Highway 52 and only 7 miles north of Fort Morgan. The ranch offers over 7,532 acres of high quality native grassland and nearly 2,500 acres of dryland crop. The ranch is cross fenced into numerous pastures which offer adequate livestock water. The ranch is improved with a modest ranch home, two sets of corrals and shipping facilities, one metal barn and three metal sheds. The ranch is home to deer, antelope, pheasant, dove and other wildlife and bird species common to the area. Contact: John Stratman;


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Niobrara River Ranch Sheridan County , Gordon, NEBRASKA / $2,881,500

The ranch consists of 4,080 acres and combines the ranching elements of grassland pasture and

irrigated cropland with the recreation amenities of 2 miles of the Niobrara River bisecting the property. The grasslands comprise the majority of the acreage with approximately 3,240 acres in four primary pastures. The irrigated unit consists of nearly 160 acres with 120 acres under a pivot sprinkler system. The river parcels consist of two tracts consisting of 680 acres, more or less. The property is available in parcels. Contact: John Stratman;


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Hatchet Hills Ranch Pueblo County, Pueblo, COLORADO / $1,750,000


he ranch consists of the historic headquarters of the original Hatchet Ranch, once the largest ranch in Colorado, rich with historical significance. This ranch consists of 225 acres of prime ranchland with water rights adjudicated from the Greenhorn Creek, a seasonal tributary of the Arkansas River. Views of the San Isabel National Forest including the 10,180 foot Round Top Mountain and the 12,347 foot Greenhorn Mountains can be seen from nearly every corner of the ranch. The ranch has excellent improvements with three remodeled homes, a horse barn/authentic cowboy saloon/ dance hall/recreation center, workshop, garage, storage sheds, wash station, machine shed, corrals, horse sheds and outdoor roping arena. This ranch has convenient access to Colorado's eastern slope and would make an excellent location for an equestrian operation, livestock ranch, sports facility or simply a great place to raise a family. Contact John Stratman; UNITED COUNTRY - MASON & MORSE RANCH COMPANY

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Trees Ranch Washington County, Springdale, UTAH / $25,000,000


n the shadows of the majestic Zion National Park and along the banks of the East Fork of the Virgin River is the scenic beauty of Trees Ranch, with its brilliantly colored sandstone cliffs, towering monoliths and grand temples. Carefully assembled over the years by visionary conservationist owners, the ranch is steeped in history and abundant resources. Featuring: surrounded by Zion National Park, Canaan Mountain Wilderness and BLM land; historic water rights; East and North Forks of the Virgin River, Shunes Creek and South Creek meander for over six miles through the ranch; 60-acre LomaVa Reservoir; four homes and several ranch buildings designed by renowned architect William McDonough; and significant conservation values. Contact Ken Mirr.

Sunlight Ranch Garfield County, Glenwood Springs, COLORADO / $11,000,000

Sunlight Ranch is the largest recreational ranch available in the Roaring ForkValley providing

easy access to Aspen and Vail and just 6 miles from the resort town of Glenwood Springs. The 1,115-acre property includes over one mile of creek frontage, water rights, irrigated hay fields, stocked ponds, tended gardens and manicured landscaping. In addition to varied terrain on the ranch, it also adjoins the White River National Forest providing unlimited recreational opportunities. This scenic and historic ranch comes complete with a main residence, numerous guest homes, barns and cabins, all in a tranquil, private setting with a mixture of lush meadows, cottonwood-lined creeks, and tree-covered hillsides. Contact Ken Mirr.

Black Bear Ranch Garfield County, Glenwood Springs, COLORADO / $9,922,000

Resting high above the Roaring Fork Valley lies the pristine and private Black Bear Ranch. This

902-acre recreational ranch, with its lush alpine woodlands, offers a wilderness setting adjoining public lands, yet is only 20 minutes from Glenwood Springs and within an hour from Aspen. Fed by two streams, the 20-acre private lake has valuable water rights and is a sanctuary for wildlife including the resident trophy elk and deer. The property features a custom two-story, 3-bedroom and 2-bath log home with wrap-around deck that is off grid and self sustaining, powered by its own solar array. Set on a protected knoll above the lake, the home provides southern exposures and panoramic views of Mount Sopris and the Raggeds Wilderness, affording direct access to thousands of acres of forested lands for summer and winter recreation. Contact Ken Mirr.

Elk Song Ranch Union County, La Grande, OREGON / $8,550,000


lk Song Ranch is one of the finest fair chase elk hunting properties available for sale in the American West today. Located only four miles west of La Grande, Oregon in the Blue Mountains, Elk Song is home to a herd of 1,000 to 1,500 wild, free ranging elk. The terrain of the ranch is diverse with approximately 5,000 acres of timber land. The current timber resource has extraordinary investment potential for the longer-term owner, as the most recent timber cruise estimated a recovery rate of 200 board feet per timbered acre, or 1,000,000+/- board feet per year. The property also offers 12 miles of flowing streams, large gently rolling open meadows, dense thickets and deep canyons. Contact Jeff Hubbard or Pat Lancaster.


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Dolores River Ranch Montezuma County, Rico, COLORADO / $8,300,000


ocated approximately 35 miles southwest of Telluride, Colorado, this 380+/acre property includes over 1.5 miles of both sides of the Dolores River, a classic mountain freestone fishery hailed as "one of the 50 best trout streams in America" by Trout Magazine. Large rainbows, browns and cutthroats thrive in these waters. About 320 acres are devoted to irrigated grass hay pasture. There is also a trout pond on the property. The ranch is almost totally surrounded by the San Juan National Forest. Abundant senior water rights afford the opportunity to further enhance what is already an excellent stretch of a famed trout stream. Contact Jeff Hubbard or Pat Lancaster.

Snyder Ranch Jackson County, Rand, COLORADO / $5,100,000

With over 5 miles of the headwaters of the Illinois River that meanders through the length of the property,

and 5.5 miles of common boundary with the Routt National Forest, the 1,737 +/- acre Snyder Ranch is an ideal recreational ranch and sportsman's paradise. The ranch sits in its own private valley offering inspiring views of the four separate mountain ranges that make up North Park. With its historic water rights and abundant water resources, the ranch offers a sanctuary to native fish, waterfowl, elk, deer and moose. Located within 1 hour of Steamboat Springs and Winter Park ski areas, the ranch offers the best of what Colorado has to offer. Contact Ken Mirr.

South Cooney Hills Ranch Platte County, Wheatland, WYOMING / $4,900,000

A rare opportunity to acquire a high-end sporting property and traditional working

cattle ranch all in one. It is a prime, sporting ranch with ideal habitat for a uniquely diverse population of game species including trophy elk, mule and whitetail deer, antelope and wild turkey. It also features private fly-fishing along the approximately 3.5 miles of Sybille Creek. Once serving as the headquarters of the historic Swan Land and Cattle Company, the ranch is one contiguous block of nearly 11,000 acres comprised of approximately 4,910 deeded acres and an additional 5,915 leased acres. Resting at the edge of the Great Plains, the ranch adjoins the foothills of the Laramie Mountain Range just west of the town of Wheatland, Wyoming. It has excellent access, only three hours north of Denver, and presents an unprecedented value for asset preservation in today’s market. Contact Ken Mirr.

Mantle Ranch Moffat County, Dinosaur, COLORADO / $4,000,000

Located in northwestern Colorado, the Mantle Ranch is a private pristine ranch surrounded by

the 225,000 acre Dinosaur National Monument. A treasured and rare inholding, the Mantle Ranch is an ecological, cultural and geological jewel located in an astonishingly beautiful and serene river corridor with thousand foot high yellow and red sandstone canyon walls carved by the wild and free flowing Yampa River. The 525 deeded acres is complemented by an approximately 30,000 acre federal “grazing right” that runs some 17 miles east-west and 6-7 miles north-south along the Yampa River and the surrounding Yampa Bench. Includes a restored log home, bunkhouse, barn and corrals set within in the Yampa River Canyon beneath Castle Rock. The ranch is also located in the highly coveted hunting Unit 10, rated as one of the best trophy elk and mule deer areas in the United States, and class III and IV rapids are right out your door. Contact Ken Mirr. MIRR RANCH GROUP

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Smith Ranch Campbell County, Spotted Horse, WYOMING / $4,926,000


he 10,200 total acre Smith Ranch is a great cattle ranch operation located in some of the strongest grass country in the region. Featuring approximately 1,050 acres of dryland/riparian meadow hay production, the balance is native pasture, ample to support the owner rated ranch capacity of 340 animal units (AU’s). Aside from the cattle operation, the ranch currently produces significant income through mineral leasing and surface use agreements. The ranch also supports strong numbers of mule deer, pronghorn antelope, and various upland game species as part of the recreational resources of the ranch. Contact Duffy Brown or Ken Mirr.

Phantom Lake Ranch Larimer County, Red Feather Lakes, COLORADO / $3,900,000

Conveniently located in the foothills west of Fort Collins, Colorado, the 592 +/- deeded

acre Phantom Lake Ranch is a private recreational enclave with four hidden lakes, dramatic granite rock outcroppings, hay meadows, flowering pastures, aspens, pines, abundant wildlife, and spectacular scenery surrounded on three sides by the Roosevelt National Forest. The property has numerous improvements including the recently remodeled main home and guest house, a restored historic cabin, manager's home and barn. Near the quaint mountain village of Red Feather Lakes, Phantom Lake Ranch affords fishing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, hunting and numerous recreational opportunities on the property and on the surrounding public lands. Contact Ken Mirr.

Triangle C Ranch Fremont County, Dubois, WYOMING / $3,300,000

The Triangle C Ranch is one of the most historic guest ranch operations in the region and is located

in the heart of the wild and scenic Wind River Mountains. Near the gateway to Jackson Hole and Yellowstone National Park, this ranch resort is operated on approximately 65 acres of U.S. National Forest Service lands within the Shoshone and Bridger-Teton National Forests. The famed Wind River meanders through the resort area offering excellent fishing opportunities. A forest permit authorizes outfitting and guiding on tens of thousands of acres within the surrounding national forests. Additionally, big-game hunting for deer, elk, moose, and sheep is permitted and authorized from two remote hunting camps located in the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Contact Duffy Brown or Ken Mirr.

Bull Mountain Ranch Albany County, WYOMING and Larimer County, COLORADO / $3,900,000


ow offered individually, the headquarters of Bull Mountain Ranch is a highly desirable combination of a traditional working ranch and high-end sporting property. Straddling the Colorado-Wyoming border approximately 30 miles south of Laramie, Wyoming, the 7,635 +/- total acre ranch is home to numerous game species including elk, mule deer, pronghorn, black bear, moose, mountain lion and turkey. Situated at the base of Bull Mountain overlooking the Laramie Plains, the ranch includes approximately 7 miles of mountain streams and shares over 11 miles of border with thousands of acres of the Roosevelt National Forest, BLM and State Trust Land. A comfortable owner’s residence, caretakers’ home/bunkhouse, a large riding arena, several barns, shop buildings, corrals and numerous other hay lofts and storage structures complete the ranch. Contact Mac McWhorter.


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Byers Peak Ranch Grand County, Fraser, COLORADO / $3,650,000

Situated along 1.4 miles of St. Louis Creek and adjoining the Arapaho

National Forest, lies the approximate 446-acre Byers Peak Ranch, a historic Colorado recreational ranch just minutes from Winter Park Resort. Located within the Fraser River Valley, just 80 miles from Denver, this ranch was the favorite fishing hole for President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who spent summers fishing St. Louis Creek with the current owner's grandfather. The property features brook and brown trout fishing in the creek and ponds, and has valuable water rights that irrigate hay fields and pastures grazed by wildlife and cattle. The ranch offers incomparable views of Byers Peak, the Continental Divide and Indian Peaks; fishing, hiking and biking right outside your door; and ideal proximity to world class skiing and other recreational pursuits. Contact Ken Mirr.

Spring Creek Ranch Albany County, Laramie, WYOMING / $1,800,000

Conveniently located approximately 30 miles south of Laramie, WY and 75

miles from Fort Collins, CO, the Spring Creek Ranch is situated on the Laramie Plains in south central Wyoming. Controlling 3,190+/- total acres of productive Wyoming prairie., water is abundant on the ranch with valuable rights to irrigate approximately 500 acres. Numerous springs, creeks and reservoirs provide a year round water source for livestock and wildlife, and elk, mule deer, pronghorn, and waterfowl frequent the ranch. Fishermen will also appreciate the stocked 47+/acre reservoir and the large trout in the 1.3 miles of Spring Creek. The ranch is well improved with a comfortable home, a western style horse barn, loafing shed, corrals and several storage/equipment sheds. Contact Mac McWhorter.

Orchard Mesa Reserve Mesa County, Palisade, COLORADO / $1,400,000

Orchard Mesa Reserve, a unique and acclaimed conservation development, offers rolling, pastoral, orchard/vineyard and river bluff land on East Orchard Mesa, overlooking the picturesque town of Palisade in western Colorado. The total 96 acres (53 irrigated acres) consist of three orchards. With the Colorado River meandering along side and below the reserve and scenic 360-degree views that include the Grand Mesa and Bookcliffs, grasp this unique opportunity to partake in a Tuscany-like, agrarian lifestyle at one of the most prolificallyproductive and idyllic orchard/vineyard tracts in western Colorado’s foremost fruit and wine country. The property comes with water rights, a new irrigation system, private country lanes and underground utilities. Contact Ken Mirr.

Manzanares Creek Ranch Huerfano County, Red Wing, COLORADO / $1,300,000

The ranch is a wonderful 520-acre sporting retreat with approximately one mile of both sides of the

Huerfano River and 1.2 miles of Manzanares Creek in Huerfano County. The property is within the headwaters of the Huerfano River and offers excellent fishing for brown, rainbow and brook trout. Near the foot of three 14,000-foot peaks of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and close to wilderness and the Great Sand Dunes National Park, the ranch adjoins public lands and offers a multitude of recreational opportunities. The property is also within a prized hunting unit and offers excellent elk and mule deer hunting on the ranch and adjoining public lands. Contact Ken Mirr.


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Steve Baxter | 972.816.4738 | 888.667.8391 |

White Oak Creek Ranch Franklin County, TEXAS


ristine year round retreat in Franklin county boasting almost 4,400 acres of rolling savannas, stands of mature hardwood timber, White Oak Creek splitting the property, and a private 130 acre lake professionally managed with trophy bass and crappie. A fantastic managed herd of whitetail deer roam the hardwood bottoms venturing out into the many food plots and wild hogs abound. For the waterfowler, there are designed wetlands that attract clouds of migrating mallards into flooded green timber and duck sloughs that will remind you of Stuttgart. The private lake yields a fishing bonanza and is big enough for all types of water sports. A ribbon of trails winds almost 35 miles providing hours of horseback or ATV adventures.


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Pecos River Ranch Val Verde County, TEXAS

Where the Texas Hill Country begins giving way to the

Trans-Pecos, just north of where Judge Roy Bean held court, lies this extraordinary 3,500 acre ranch. Four-plus miles of frontage on the aqua clear Pecos River, breathtaking hundred-mile vistas and productive native guajilla range make this unique property a rare find for the outdoorsman, naturalist, herdsman, and wise investor. Deep canyons and high bluffs account for elevation changes of 1475’-1850’. Good ranch roads provide access to the vega (sand bar) of the river in two-wheel drive vehicles. The majority of the river is wide and deep, providing excellent fishing, swimming, relaxing and, yes, boating. A rustic yet comfortable fishing camp is at the river’s edge for overnight adventures. Other stretches of the river have fast flowing rapids for kayaking and tubing. Opposite the vega, on the outer curve of the river, shear rock bluffs rise hundreds of feet above the river. Amenities include a modest three bedroom one bath home with a large sleeping porch, implement barn, kidding barn, working pens, and corral. Two windmills distribute water for wildlife and livestock throughout the ranch. Grama grasses, bluestem, native guajilla, Spanish dagger, ochotillia and catclaw are all found in substantial quantities. Outstanding stewardship of the native range has minimized intrusion of cedar. The ranch has robust, huntable populations of whitetail and desert mule deer, blue quail, Rio Grande turkey, javelina, and predators. This stretch of the Pecos also affords excellent channel cat fishing. For the last fifty years this property has not been leased for hunting. Located approximately 25 miles north of Langtry, 60 miles south of Ozona and 80 miles west-northwest of Del Rio.


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Steve Baxter | 972.816.4738 | 888.667.8391 |

Hunting Ranch Property Bandera County, TEXAS / $2,100,000

Investment land, recreational retreat and residential property. This is a gorgeous 242-acre Hill Country

hunting ranch property located in southeastern Bandera County. This recreational land for sale offers great hunting opportunities for deer, hogs, turkey and small game, along with fishing in the 1.5-acre lake and hiking throughout the rolling Hill Country terrain. Elevation changes of about 400 feet afford tremendous, breath-taking views of the surrounding countryside. The 2,500 sq. ft. 4 bedroom / 3 bath, two-story home sits in a picturesque setting and the attached 1,000+ sq. ft. deck overlooks the lake. There are numerous flowing springs on the property, creating lush valleys with water trickling through the rocky draws. Good roads give two-wheel drive access to most parts of the ranch. This is a great deal on an awesome residential or weekend get-away property and two points of frontage access from paved Willow Springs Drive along with a decent interior road system offer good future development potential. Property is located less than 20 minutes from Boerne and Bandera and about 25 minutes from San Antonio.

Menard Ranch Menard, TEXAS

Located seven miles east of Menard on U.S. Hwy 29. This 504.68 acres

property is very unique for the area. There are 6 lakes/ponds that have been developed for fishing and recreation including an earthen dam built across Elm Creek, a spring-fed creek that runs year-around. The other lakes and ponds have been constructed to catch rainwater runoff in deep draws and some can also be filled using water piped from a Hickory well located on the property. The Hickory well is approximately 1,900 feet deep and is capable of pumping around 75 gallons per minute. Other improvements include six - 2 bed, 1 bath cabins and a dining hall equipped with a commercial kitchen. The ranch has a great number of large live oak and pecan trees and the changes in elevation make for some truly magnificent views. Deer and turkey hunting is great and the fishing for bass and catfish is excellent.


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Mesquite Creek Ranch Burnet County, TEXAS


esquite Creek Ranch is a beautiful 330+/- acre Gentleman's ranch suitable for the recreational hunter, rancher or investor. The ranch is improved with a 3,700 sq. ft. custom home, pool, pool house, 50x100 barn, working pens and two small rent houses. The land boasts 65 acres of coastal, 20 acres of Klein grass, 35 acres of cultivation, 1/4 mile of Mesquite creek, two stock tanks and two wells. Land is scattered with desirable live oak, elm and large pecans along the creek. An abundance of wildlife including, deer, turkey, dove and hogs can be found throughout the ranch. This ranch covers all the possibilities of hunting, cattle, horses or just the weekend get-a-way. Make the 45 minute drive down Hwy. 183 from Austin and this ranch will stand out!

Point Blank Tract San Jacinto County, Point Blank, TEXAS

Boasting +/- 3,191 acres of industrial pine timberland located just west of Lake Livingston, in the northwest corner of San Jacinto County. Located

approximately two miles west of Point Blank, Texas and fronts Hwy. 190 and accessed from Hwy. 156. Well maintained logging roads traverse the property making access applicable from the north and the east boundaries of the total tract. Utilities are available from Hwy. 190 with one pipeline that crosses the property. This industrial pine timber holding was designed for loblolly production. Property is also utilized for wildlife management with strong whitetail herd and hogs roaming the land. The topography is undulating terrain with numerous drainage zones and possible lake sites. Tract may be divided and sold in three sections. North tract or Palmetto Creek Tract consist +/- 1,134 acres. Middle tract or Wilderness Road Tract is +/- 1,003 acres. South tract or Dobbins Creek Tract is +/- 1,054 acres. MOSSY OAK PROPERTIES OF TEXAS

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WINERY AND VINEYARD Solano County, CALIFORNIA / $4,950,000 12+ acres with 10+ acres planted in Primotivo/ Zinfandel and Sauvignon Blanc varietals. Includes the production building with equipment, barrel storage room, commercial kitchen and public tasting room. The special events permit is also in place. Top it off with a lovely historic 4 BR, 2 BA home and you have a very special property.

ONE STUNNING RANCH Lawrence County, ARKANSAS / $4,650,000 2,487-acre lakefront Arkansas ranch boasts a 40-acre lake, creek & ponds. 50 acres of horse pasture. 2 homes-main home boasting 4,000 sq ft, 2nd home 3 BR, 1 BA log “cabin�. About 2,200 acres wooded. Fenced and cross-fenced. 26 food plots w/deer stands and feeders. Historic hunting cabin at the back. Good interior roads and trails.


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GO GREEN Ouray County, COLORADO / $2,750,000

This 36+ acre Colorado estate has a guaranteed

geothermal well to provide you with sustainable living should you choose. 3 bedroom, 3 bath home with endless indoor pool in a solar atrium, in-floor heat plus outside wood furnace. Custom woodwork. Fenced for your horses with irrigation rights. Barn and more.

ON THE RIO GRANDE Rio Grande County, COLORADO / $1,995,000 574 acres of beauty! Three ponds, abundant wildlife and located in unit 79. Fly fish from a spot on the 2,600 ft of river frontage. Three homes, barns, corrals, grain bins and more. Water rights included. About 254 irrigated and growing barley and alfalfa. All fenced and cross fenced. UNITED COUNTRY 1.800.999.1020 Ext. 903 |


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TEXAS WINE COUNTRY Hays County, TEXAS $1,495,000


ajestic views of the countryside from this 5,400 square foot home on 50 acres. “Inter-generational” floor plan offers space for everyone that may live with you or visit. The kitchen,/dining/living area draws the family together while the luxurious master suite in a private wing. Loft area perfect for crafts, private office, media or game room. 4,000 square foot barn. Land is quite suited to planting a vineyard. Fully high fenced.

MAJOR RIVER FRONTAGE Shannon County, MISSOURI $1,300,000 194 untouched Missouri acres joining nationally known horse trail rides in the majestic Ozark Mountains. The beautiful Jacks Fork River runs through this property allowing you access to the river for unlimited business development. This is a popular destination for trail riding, canoeing, fishing, camping and many more activities. There’s 2 seasonal creeks and marketable timber. There’s an abundance of deer, turkey and other wildlife. Joins conservation land, golf course and city limits.


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ARKANSAS CATTLE RANCH Sharp County, ARKANSAS / $798,500 200 acres with frontage on the Strawberry River and two creeks flowing through. Well maintained pastures, corral and chute. Showplace home features 3,800 square feet with massive stone fireplace, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen and much more.

IRRIGATED FARM Washington County, KANSAS / $14,536,000

Strong ROI (rate of return) from this exceptional

1,840 acre Kansas farm. It includes 13 pivots and 6 motors with a cap rate of up to 7%. Topography is rolling and the water volume and quality is excellent. It has excellent soil types. The current owner will cash rent the land for $300 per acre if the buyer would agree. UNITED COUNTRY 1.800.999.1020 Ext. 903 |


Joan Pletcher, Realtor

Ocala, Florida 34480 | 352.347.1777 | 352.804.8989 |

Incredible! Incredible! Incredible! Ocala, FLORIDA

Best describes this estate in the nexus where

nature weaves it pattern of art, life and peaceful surroundings. Waterfalls trickle 85 feet into a fully stocked pond. Six horse stable with full apartment above is nestled among the trees and surrounded by paddocks. It’s as beautiful at night as is the daytime. Additional acreage available.

Stunning! Unique! One of a Kind! Ocala, FLORIDA


0-Acre gated estate with landscaped drive and bridge. Property can be divided into 4-10 acre or 2-20 acre parcels. 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, kitchen, family room and formal dining are located on the main level. On the upper level you have the theatre room/ plus game room with beverage bar plus lots of extra footage for use of your choice. Then for the unique part, you have a fully enclosed basketball court with basketball hoops that retract to the ceiling, full bath, and automobile, motor home, all terrain vehicle storage bays. This is just the beginning of possibilities for this unique property.

Just the right property! Close to Town! Ocala, FLORIDA

Gated Community! 4.5 acres sports open and light one level 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath

residence designed for entertaining with chef’s appointed kitchen plus granite island and counter bars for seating. Fireplace is centrally located so everyone can enjoy. Family room expands when glass sliders open onto the covered lanai and pool with waterfall. Additional amenities are: game room, spacious office, large laundry room, separate covered patio with summer kitchens, outside TV and nice sitting area. For the Equestrian! Lush irrigated paddocks, stable and bridle trails.

42.62 +/- Acres of Absolute Peace & Tranquility Ocala, FLORIDA

This gentleman’s estate offers pleasure to the eye at every turn. Enjoy the sound of

water over a massive rock waterfall as it tumbles and trips its way downward to create a tranquil stream for the Japanese Koi and beautiful water garden with water lilies. Peace and tranquility abound. The exquisite Gentleman’s barn features a bell tower, 6 stalls, office, carriage room, tack/feed room, and guest suite with bath. The unique floor plan of the 3 bedroom, 3 bath owner’s residence with screened lanai, exquisite summer kitchen and pool gives you the feeling that you are a part of the outdoors.


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100, 200, or 300 Acres—You decide! Ocala, FLORIDA

Beautiful rolling pastures with stately Granddaddy Oaks are scattered

for tree covering on this 300 acres which has been approved for 600 residential units. You can use this land for farming until you decide to develop it, if you wish or you may design your home homestead and farm on this magnificent parcel. This parcel adjoins the Golden Ocala Golf and Equestrian Club. Property can be purchased as 100, 200, or 300 acres depending on your desires. The land is priced at only $14,700 per acre. This is one of the best opportunities in Marion County.

Cashel Stud —174 +/- Acres Ocala, FLORIDA


ooking for beautiful rolling pastures with gracious Granddaddy Live Oaks and land where champions were born, raised and conditioned? Cashel Stud is just that place! Office, stallion complex, broodmare complex and training complex with 5/8 +/- mile track plus chute, a total of 102 stalls, main residence, employee homes, 2 equipment buildings and numerous large paddocks for horses to enjoy the Florida weather. Cashel Stud joins the Florida Horse Park and close to the Florida Greenways and Trails. Just minutes from restaurants, shopping, medical facilities and I-75.

Escaping to Ocala, Florida for Relaxing & Recharging Ocala, FLORIDA


nique 9,500 sq. ft. estate with Lake Carter and 95+ acres. Entry foyer opens to an elegant casual living room, formal dining room and your eyes are drawn to the beauty of the outdoors. Magnificent owner’s wing with office and master suite features private courtyard with landscaped pool and spa. Built with entertaining in mind, imagine having your own game room complete with incredible lighting, custom wood detailing and featuring card table, billiards table, plus step-up beverage bar. Night views are incredible! Additional acreage & equestrian property are also available.

Ultimate French Provincial Estate with state of the art Equine Facilities—572 +/- Acres Micanopy, FLORIDA

Professionally sculpted and architecturally designed main residence

sits on 150 private acres. While the equine facilities are located on 172 acres and include: 17-stall barn, 15-stall mare barn, and 12-stall isolation barn. Extravagant duplex with port cochre and central entry foyer leading to 2 offices and 2 elegant, 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath homes which could be used for manager's or guest home. Office features reception area, kitchen-break room, and private office. Plus covered walker, aqua treadmill and views overlooking lush paddocks. This property is truly in a league of its own.


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Joan Pletcher, Realtor

Ocala, Florida 34480 | 352.347.1777 | 352.804.8989 |

Southwest Ocala Ranch Ocala, FLORIDA

Ocala Horse Property at its finest! Looking for that private residence, where peace awaits you. Horses and cattle graze under majestic granddaddy

oaks in lush rolling pastures. Private ponds stocked with 10-12 lbs bass. Main residence, pool house, pool, guest house, 18 stall stable with office, A/C tack room, feed room. Professionally decorated 2 bedroom, 2 bath guest quarters with kitchen, dining room and family room overlooking pond, paddocks and lighted arena. Main residence and improvements on 42 +/- gated acres and the adjoining 156+/- gated acres is currently being used for cattle and is plotted into 13 parcels of 20 acres more, should you ever want to develop part of this magnificent property with high elevations located close to Florida Horse Park, Greenway and Trails. Ocala Training Center— ¾ +/- Mile track, 3 barns with a total of 170 stalls- paddocks, office, round pens, walking machines, and equipment building. Looking for that perfect place to condition yearlings—this is a great race track in a superior location. For additional information contact Joan today.


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Charm and Warmth of Ocala Ocala, FLORIDA

Majestic Granddaddy Oaks, rolling vistas, incredible equine facilities

consist of: stallion barn with breeding shed, show barn with apartment, covered, irrigated exercise round pen, parade arena, yearling barn and lush paddocks. For the fishing advocate there is a spring fed pond where 10 to 12 pound bass reside. Charming 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with covered patio overlooking horses grazing the large paddocks. Land would also support cattle. Close to the Florida Horse Park, Greenways and Trails.


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707 Merchant Street, Suite 100, Vacaville, CA 95688 Tel: 707. 455. 4444 |

Ward Creek Ranch Plumas County, California / $19,500,000

Your very own private valley, 1,514 acres, with pristine mountain meadows and emerald forests. Nestled in the Sierra Nevada mountains of

Northern California, the main headquarters boasts a 9,000 square foot custom log home with six bedrooms, eight baths, six fireplaces and a gourmet kitchen. Surrounded by millions of acres of National Forest the ranch offers seven homes, a hunting cabin, country store, headquarters office, blacksmith shop, ten barns, eleven ponds, a lake and four creeks providing great fishing and kayaking. Contact Todd Renfrew 707.365.5064.

Little Sierra Valley Ranch Plumas County, CALIFORNIA / $4,950,000 Price Reduced


his ranch remains one of the prize jewels of the Sierra Mountains with 1,737 acres of varying terrain including large areas of pastures, private canyons, majestic cliffs and heavily forested timber land bordered by U.S. National Forest and alfalfa fields. The ranch features 640 acres of pasture land ready to go for the entrepreneur to install additional wells, center pivots, and alfalfa seed to make this an income generating property! A 2,375 sf. recently restored ranch house features an open kitchen with granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances, four bedroom, three baths with amazing charm! Contact Ron DuHamel 530.313.3471 and Scott Ulch 775.240.3668.


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Dixie Valley Ranch Lassen County, CALIFORNIA / $19,000,000


he historic Dixie Valley Ranch is one of the finest combination cattle and recreational ranches in California. It supports over 1,500 Animal Units year round on 120,000 acres (17,075 deeded and 30,000 BLM lease and 73,000 USFS lease). The headquarters ranch is located in Northeastern California in Lassen County and has 11,973 acres deeded with 103,000 acres of leased land out the back gate. The winter ranch consists of 5,101 deeded acres west of Red Bluff, California and supports 400 Animal Units. Great water rights. Contact Todd Renfrew 707.365.5064.

Borello Ranch Marin County, CALIFORNIA $8,350,000

Exceptional opportunity to purchase

three contiguous parcels totaling 864.38 acres of stunning ranch property in the Marin Headlands. The property is directly adjacent to Tomales Bay and North of Pt. Reyes Station. The Borello Ranch is one of the most unique land offerings in Northern California—distinguished by an abundance of water and wildlife in a very private setting—and just 50 miles from San Francisco. Contact Andrew Wheelwright 805.450.5091.


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707 Merchant Street, Suite 100, Vacaville, CA 95688 Tel: 707. 455. 4444 |

PBM Farms Siskiyou County, CALIFORNIA / $7,950,000 2,477 acre 100 % organic alfalfa & barley production farm located in Siskiyou County. Water is gold and this ranch has lots of it, 8 wells over 15,000 gpm. The farm has 4 homes, 2 barns, shops, outbuildings, scales, organic grain silos and is enrolled in the Private Lands Management program that allows for a late season hunts.

Las Flores Ranch San Bernardino County, CALIFORNIA / $6,500,000


he charming 600 +/- acre Las Flores Ranch is nestled in Summit Valley, surrounded by the San Bernardino Mountains and the Silverwood Lake Reservoir. An abundance of water and substantial income from water leases. Formerly operated as a thoroughbred training and breeding facility, there are six ranch homes lining the cul-de-sac at the end of the gated and tree lined driveway from Rt. 173. The large and historical barn provides (40) individual stalls, with an additional (40) outside stalls, as well. Easy access to the greater Los Angeles area and LAX. First time on the market and "special in every way!" Contact Pete Norris 805.206.4493.


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Montgomery Creek Ranch Colusa & Glenn Counties, CALIFORNIA $3,950,000 Price Reduced 2,050 acres in Colusa & Glenn counties about 8 miles from Stonyford, CA. 3 miles of Montgomery Creek, 4 year round ponds, springs, 2 homes, outbuildings, corrals, borders the East Park Reservoir for fishing, boating and swimming. Has water rights to irrigate 220 acres. Huge, ancient Valley Oaks follow the creek. Run 150 pair year round. Great hunting for deer, pig, turkey, quail and dove. Own the entire Valley floor and just 153 miles to San Francisco. Contact Todd Renfrew 707.365.5064.

Humphrey Ranch Lassen County, CALIFORNIA $3,990,000 2,489 acres in Lassen County, 300+/- acres irrigated under 2 pivots, 400+/- acres irrigated nature meadow, 200+/- acres pine & oak forest and the balance in upland grazing land. 2 homes, not in the Williamson Act or Ag Preserve. Contact Scott Ulch 775.240.3668.


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Marilyn Hoffman | Hoffman International Properties Dallas 214.698.1736 | Fort Worth 817.399.1119 Scottsdale 623.321.3284 | Lexington 859.523.2812 Monte Carlo 800.93498 |

Hidden Hollow Preserve Bradfordsville, KENTUCKY $2,100,000 Price Reduced


rare opportunity to own your own box canyon, this 683 acre Kentucky ranch has the largest private water garden in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. One of the most unique homes in Kentucky is surrounded on three sides by a flowing stream and waterfalls, and clad in western red cedar. Managers home, a 12 stall Steel barn, paddocks, arena, tobacco barn, several outbuildings and unparalleled views and privacy. Reduced from $2,500,000 to $2,100,000 for immediate sale. Hoffman Int. Properties 859.523.2812, 214.698.1736, 214.674.3961.


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Springhouse Farm Jessamine County, Lexington, KENTUCKY / $6,900,000


n opportunity to own a Landmark Kentucky farm with an historical home, built in the late 1700’s. This Federal house is one of the most architecturally significant of Jessamine County’s early brick houses, because of the richness of the interior and the house’s fine state of preservation. The current owners have restored the main home, with all the elegance and grandeur of a bygone era, yet all the conveniences for modern living, adding a new wing with master suite, kitchen, banquet size dining room and great room. Springhouse Farm has 275 acres in a prime location only 4 miles South of Lexington. There are 6 horse barns with 113 stalls, 2 foremen’s homes, smokehouse converted into a guesthouse, and an historic springhouse. Hoffman Int. Properties 859.523.2812, 214.698.1736, 214.674.3961.



Vanessa Andrews | Hoffman International Properties Dallas 214.698.1736 | Fort Worth 817.399.1119 Scottsdale 623.321.3284 | Lexington 859.523.2812 Monte Carlo 800.93498 |

THE CORRIGAN RANCH—4,000+- Acres Palo Pinto and Erath Counties, Mingus ,TEXAS / $10,750,000

The Corrigan Ranch is extremely well located in the Big Ranch country of central northwest Texas, 100 miles west

of Dallas. This prime, scenic, former Horton show cattle ranch, has been in the Texas Parks and Wildlife Game Management Program for the last four years. White tail deer and other numerous wildlife are plentiful. Excellent homesite vistas and sandy soil for horses, make this an ideal location for a private ranch or development. The topography ranges from gently rolling hills, to high bluffs with grassy meadows along creeks and ample water features exist on the ranch with 3-1/2 miles of frontage along the north side of I-20, across the Interstate from the Greystone Castle Sporting Club, a museum and 2 great restaurants. Possum Kingdom Lake is located only 30 miles from the ranch providing opportunities for boating, fishing and sailing. The ranch is currently leased to Floyd and Boyd Bull Co., which pastures rodeo bulls on the ranch. According to the Texas Historical Association, the Corrigan Ranch is one of the most significant historical sites in the State of Texas. There are two small homes on the ranch, one is leased to the local Texas Parks and Wildlife Game Warden. Contact agent Vanessa Andrews 817.901.4030 for more information and take a virtual tour on the agent’s website:


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The Cox Homestead Ranch Athens, TEXAS / $4,500,000


his Athens showplace, formerly owned by the famous Texas oilman, Ed Cox, Jr., offers an opportunity to own one of Texas most famous ranches. This legendary ranch was designed for Texas size parties with a 2,000 square foot Great Room with 28’ beamed ceilings, bar and game room, conference room, banquet size dining room, completely updated kitchen with exotic materials, huge master suite with sitting room and fireplace. This one story home has over 10,000 sq. ft. and has been completely remodeled by one of the country’s foremost developers for his own personal country retreat. Separate staff quarters plus a managers home. The equestrian facility features a show barn with indoor arena. Exotic game preserve with high game fencing. Gated entrance into this 191 acre ranch with 3 private stocked lakes and frontage on a 328 acre private lake. The custom furnishings are also available.



BATES r SANDERS r SWAN LAND COMPANY Salt Lake City, Utah | 800.819.9920 Bozeman, Montana | 866.999.7342

3L Cattle Ranch Saskatchewan, Pleasantdale RM, Naicam, CANADA / $37,460,000 CAN

This patiently assembled 35,000-acre offering represents one of the most balanced

beef-and-grain combinations available in North America today. Encompassing about 19,200 deeded acres and about 15,800 acres of private-provincial-tribal leased land, the 3L Cattle Ranch currently carries 2,500 brood cows + replacement heifers + range bulls and typically calves are carried over. Spring-born steer calves typically weigh about 650 pounds in October with yearling steers shipped in August and September going out at about 850 pounds. The Ranch puts up all required winter feed and also harvests cash crops: canola, oats, barley.The growing season climate is remarkable - 2.4 inches/61mm of rainfall per month from May through August and plenty of sunshine produce average annual crop yields of 60-bushel wheat, 75-bushel barley, 40-bushel canola and 85-bushel oats with no irrigation! The Ranch contains about 11,000 acres of tillable land so knowledgeable prospective buyers may choose to convert more land to cash crops and harvest the abundant grass pastures with yearling cattle. The 3L Ranch lies in Saskatchewan's renowned "black soil" region about 130 miles/210 kms east of Saskatoon. Two fine smaller towns, Tisdale and Melfort, are within about 35 miles/60 kms northeast of the Headquarters. Total Offering Price is $37,460,000 CAN Which Includes All Deeded and Leased Land & Improvements at $28,960,000 + $6,500,000 in Livestock + $2,000,000 in Machinery & Equipment. For Additional Information, Please Contact Patrick Bates at 801-560-4259 or The Offering Brochure May Be Downloaded at


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Broken O Ranch MONTANA / $132,500,000


he Broken O Ranch, one of the most grand and significant ranches in the western United States, encompassing approximately 124,000 acres of deeded and leased land, is located 45 miles west of Great Falls, Montana and east of the stunning Rocky Mountain Front. Over 20 miles of the beautiful Sun River flow through the heart of the Ranch, offering prime irrigation benefits as well as amazing recreational assets. Under the vision of William E. and Desiree B. Moore, founders of the KellyMoore Paint Company, the past twenty years were spent assembling this massive land holding. Spread across Lewis & Clark, Cascade and Teton Counties, the Ranch was carefully shaped and improved by the Moores to create this productive enterprise. This expansive cattle and farming operation is well positioned to capitalize on the growing global demand for beef and grains. The Broken O Ranch currently carries approximately 4,500 animal units. The Ranch contains the largest block

of irrigated land in Montana-about 13,000 acres-historically averaging around 25,000 tons of alfalfa hay and 700,000 bushels of small grain crops annually. Besides the tremendous agricultural production, the Broken O Ranch offers outstanding recreational amenities. The Sun River corridor provides exceptional brown and rainbow trout fishing, antelope, whitetail and mule deer hunting, as well as extensive upland game bird and waterfowl populations. The Broken O Ranch is one of the Rocky Mountain West’s most significant holdings to come on the Western real estate market in decades. ”The scale, commodity production, recreational amenities and overall diversity make it one of the most unique offerings we have ever represented,” according to Managing Broker Mike Swan of Bates Sanders Swan Land Company in Bozeman, Montana. The Broken O Ranch is being offered turn-key including all livestock, hay and grain inventories at the time of sale, plus machinery and equipment, at $132,500,000. For additional information contact Michael Swan at 406-522-7342 or Download the brochure at



2290 Grant Road, P.O. Box 81490, Billings, Montana 59108 | 406.656.7500

Slate Creek Ranch Steamboat Springs, COLORADO $26,500,000

Conveniently bordering a world-class resort town, yet amazingly private and pristine, this 1,180+/- acre landmark ranch boasts an unparalleled combination of stunning scenery, valuable water rights, intact mineral rights, excellent wildlife habitat, public land adjacency, stream-fed ponds, paved road access and usable improvements.

Big Mountain Ranch Meeker, COLORADO / $25,000,000

An exceptional sportsman’s paradise located in a private valley of the Flat Tops mountains in NW Colorado, this 7,000+/- deeded acre ranch features trophy elk and deer hunting, extensive trail network, trout fishing, rifle range, sporting clays and a full suite of modern custom improvements.

Rock Creek Ranch Hailey, IDAHO / $12,500,000


his landmark Blaine County ranch consists of nearly 10,500 deeded acres in a single block. Rock Creek courses it way through the ranch providing wildlife habitat and irrigation water to support extensive meadows and summer pasture. Encompassing foothills, canyons, riparian areas, and grasslands, Rock Creek Ranch represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a landscape-scale property within 5 miles of Sun Valley’s airport.

Flying H Ranch Cody, WYOMING / $7,499,000 Reduced


ocated an hour’s drive southwest of Cody in the Upper South Fork, this 280± acre end-of-the-road ranch bordered by the river and the USFS boasts classic log buildings, a beautiful owner's home, and complete privacy. Arguably the premier ranch in this tightly-held valley, the setting is magnificent with the home overlooking lush meadows and the river under towering peaks.


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Six Plus Ranch Steamboat Springs, COLORADO / $6,200,000


ocated in the Elk River Valley just north of Steamboat Springs at the base of Elk Mountain, this 960± acre ranch lies in rolling grassy foothills which are highlighted by aspen groves, dark timber and mountain oak. This scenic ranch features a number of appealing homesites and is ideal for a small equestrian or cattle operation, conservation ranch, big game hunting property, or simply a family retreat.

Alice Creek Ranch Lincoln, MONTANA / $5,800,000


ocated in the Blackfoot Valley, this 2,971± acre ranch has two streams passing through and is virtually surrounded by USFS. Its tasteful and complete improvements enjoy dramatic views over a trout pond to Lewis and Clark Pass. Excellent wildlife populations abound. Year-round accessibility combined with a spectacular and secluded location will put this property in high demand.

Chapman’s Cloverly Ranch Sun Valley, IDAHO / $4,500,000


the Wood River Valley’s most recognizable properties, Chapman’s Cloverly Ranch has been under the same ownership since the 1940s. This historic 26± acre property features a beautifully restored farm house surrounded by exquisite ornamental trees and gardens, caretaker's cottage, horse barn with owner's office, haybarn/storage facility, lush horse pastures interspersed with aspen groves, excellent water rights, and year-round wildlife. Located 15 minutes south of the Sun Valley Resort.

Wilder on the Taylor Crested Butte, Gunnison, COLORADO / $1,650,000


nearly 2 miles of private tailwater fishing on the acclaimed Taylor River, Wilder is a preservation oriented 2,100+/acre shared ranch community nearly surrounded by National Forest. Conveniently located between the Gunnison Regional Airport and Crested Butte, this angling paradise offers several miles of sight fishing streams, multiple ponds, spectacular views, abundant wildlife, and four turn of the century refurbished cabins. A limited number of exclusive homesteads being offered; starting at $1,650,000.

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Chimney Rock Ranch Sweet Grass County, Big Timber, MONTANA / $22,500,000


ocky Mountain views, plateaus, healthy cottonwood and coniferous creek bottoms, and rolling hills are a brief hint at what the Chimney Rock Ranch can eclipse. 10,605± deeded acres and 1,465± leased acres spread below the Absaroka and Crazy Mountain Ranges with excellent trout fishing along 5± miles of Lower Deer Creek. There are 6± miles of National Forest boundary providing access to thousands of additional recreational acreage. A beautiful main home with views frames the expansive Ranch which also contains an equestrian center and other improvements complementing the business aspects of the Ranch. Approximately 30± miles of trails cover the Ranch in addition to the endless miles of bordering Forest Service and wilderness land. Centrally located in Montana, the Chimney Rock Ranch is found 15 minutes south of Big Timber, Montana and within a 90 minute drive of Bozeman, Montana providing amenities and a commercial airport. Private fishing, trophy hunting, exceptional views and beauty accented with well-appointed improvements make Chimney Rock Ranch one of the finest ranches on the market today.

Slash Bar 7 Ridgway, COLORADO / $6,500,000

Rarely does a ranch, for sale in Colorado, of this beauty and

convenient location come on the market at such an attractive price. The Slash Bar 7 is comprised of 764 acres located on Log Hill Mesa just 4.5 miles from the prestigious Divide Club between the towns of Ridgway and Telluride, CO. The land for sale in Colorado is relatively flat with McKenzie Creek cutting a shallow canyon through the middle of the property for about a mile, and covered with majestic ponderosa pines, Colorado blue spruce, hemlock fir trees and groves of aspens. It has huge open meadows with clusters of gambol oak and sage scattered across this N/E sloping bench at the south end of the mesa. There are panoramic views of the San Juan and Sneffles Ranges to the east and south of the property, and Grand Mesa to the north. The ranch property is accessed from a four mile private drive off Ouray County Rd. 1. The elevation of the property is from 7,500’ to about 8,000’, putting the entire Colorado ranch in high alpine terrain. The property is perimeter and cross fenced with good“two track”roads crisscrossing the ranch. There is no conservation easement on the Colorado property.

Sky Ranch McCall, IDAHO / $4,900,000

The Sky Ranch is one of the very few large acre properties in the Payette River Valley. The

property offers some of the best that the region has to offer and is only a short distance away from some amazing golf, beautiful lakes and world-class restaurants. A working ranch or a wonderful recreation getaway for family and friends looking to play in the great outdoors, this property offers it all. Keep in mind this is bank-owned. They would love to see offers!


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Riverbend Ranch Laramie, WYOMING / $9,500,000


he Riverbend Ranch is a classic western ranch surrounded by rugged beauty. Upon entering the ranch you immediately feel a sense of remoteness even though you are just a 15 minute drive from a thriving university town. The angling resource on the ranch is as good as we have seen. With over six miles of the Laramie River meandering through the property, the ranch boasts phenomenal fly fishing for brown, rainbow and brook trout. The river corridor offers a truly pastoral setting, with miles of old growth cottonwoods framing the river as it flows through the ranch. Because of the privacy created by the size of the Riverbend Ranch and surrounding properties, there is no public access and this section of the river gets virtually no pressure. Consequently, the fish are plentiful and our experience fishing the ranch indicates the fish average around 16”with the largest fish in the river over 25”. The ranch also boasts world class waterfowl hunting in the fall months along with excellent populations of whitetail deer, mule deer, moose, antelope and a small resident elk herd. With over 6,700± deeded acres and a proven agricultural operation—this ranch is the complete package.

Greyson Creek Ranch Broadwater County, Townsend, MONTANA / $2,800,000


reyson Creek is a unique opportunity to own 2,430± acres of Montana mountain habitat that allows for unlimited recreational pursuits and the ability to enjoy some of the finest hunting in Montana. 1½± miles of Greyson Creek provides ample opportunity for small stream fishing of Cutthroat, Rainbow and Brook trout. Numerous mountain springs and four spring-fed ponds provide lots of moving water. Given its proximity to National Forest and State ground, the property offers access to thousands of additional acreage without having to pay for it. The property has been well-managed and has quality neighbors, the combination of which gives the property everything it needs to be a top property. All within an hour’s drive of Helena, Montana and the Helena Regional Airport and 20 minutes from Townsend, Montana.

McKay Creek Ranch Prineville, OREGON / $2,199,000


as that property that calls out “this is home” been eluding you? McKay Creek Ranch, located near Prineville, Oregon, has stunning views, beautiful acreage, impeccable horse facilities, hunting and fishing, a small family-oriented community with good schools, and a custom-built house that is a show piece, yet gives you a homey atmosphere. A beautiful piece of property, it is designed as a first class operation with a layout that will impress the most discerning taste.

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Area’s Best—Live Water Rare & Unique Opportunity! Texas Hill Country, Kendall County, Boerne, TEXAS


estled in the Texas Hill Country near San Antonio, this 166± acre ranch boasts the crystal-clear water of rock bottom Big Joshua Creek with cascading waterfalls and bluffs. A must see main house, guesthouse, working cabin, swimming pool with patio, horse barn with turnouts, corral, and wilderness riding area. An amazing must see property. Call Jeff Soele 210.705.4013.

Devil’s River/Lake Amistad West Texas, Val Verde County, Del Rio, TEXAS


wo hours from Houston, this 6,600± acre property offers tall majestic, rough and rustic 400 ft. cliffs up along the more than 20 miles of Lake Amistad and Devil’s River shoreline. The main home sits on a hilltop. Bunkhouse, guesthouse, 2 water wells and miles of paved roads, this ranch is for the avid outdoorsman. Call Jeff Soele 210.705.4013.

Water, Water, Water! Rare Opportunity Texas Hill Country, Bandera County, Bandera, TEXAS


inutes to Bandera, 45 minutes from San Antonio; both sides of the crystalclear Medina River with cypress trees, rock ledges, deep holds and rapids. This place is as good as it gets: 178± acres, 3 bedroom, 3 bath rock ranch home, extensive landscaping, 2 bed/2 bath guesthouse and 6 stall horse barn. Call Cody Soele 210.705.3107.


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Wow—Awesome Texas Hill Country, Bandera County, Boerne, TEXAS


inutes to Boerne, San Antonio and Bandera, these 110± acres have both sides of a crystal-clear, rock-bottom creek with deep holes, rapids, two dams and gorgeous limestone bluffs. The ranch also has paved access, a two-bedroom, one-bath cabin, well, electricity and lots of wildlife. Call Jeff Soele 210.705.4013.

Live Water, Game-Fenced Exotic Whitetail Ranch Texas Hill Country, Uvalde County, Bandera, TEXAS

Minutes to Bandera, an hour from San Antonio, both sides of a crystal-

clear, rock bottom creek that looks like the Caribbean aquamarine water. 871± acres, 5 stock ponds, cleared cedar, big mountaintops, and giant valleys. “Little Africa”; approx 100 trap and transfer does, Whitetail, Axis deer, Fallow deer, Blackbuck antelope, Aoudad, Nilgai, Wildebeest, Addax and Gemsbok. Call Jeff Soele 210.705.4013.

Frio County’s Best Ever Outdoor Recreational Paradise South Texas, Frio County, Pearsall, TEXAS


ith three-mile paved entry to 7BR/7BA lodge with unique, giant rock mountain in center of main room, gourmet kitchen, large bar, and entertaining area on 1,488± acres. Outdoor pool with a waterfall and hot tub. Whitetail deer breeding facility, as well as too many exotics to name, and year-round hunting! 4 pivot-irrigation systems, 3 irrigation wells, 6 stock tanks, 4 pastures, lighted trap and skeet range, 11 deer blind/feeder/hunting stations, equipment barn with 6 RV hookups, 10-person bunkhouse, and game cleaning area. Call Jeff Soele 210.705.4013.

Kendall 215 Acres Kendall County, Boerne, TEXAS


and Awesome, Both sides of three running creeks, two houses two barns, great outdoor kitchen with entertaining area, great usable land, and fabulous views of the Texas Hill Country!! Lots of wildlife and only 30 minutes to San Antonio!!


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James Rinehart 265 N. 4th St., Laramie, WY | 307.745.6024 Tom Grieve 441 Penland St., Baggs, WY | 307.383.2125 Specializing in fine ranches and outstanding recreational properties throughout Wyoming and Colorado.

Snowy Range Ranch Laramie, WYOMING / $18,000,000


ocated 20 miles west of Laramie, WY against the Medicine Bow Mountains in the historic area of Centennial. Offering complete privacy without giving up ease of access! Under 30 minutes from town. An amazingly productive Wyoming ranch for a year round cattle outfit. Historically hayed 700± acres yielding an average of 2-2.5 tons per acre, with an additional 4,800± acres of adjudicated water rights for irrigated and sub-irrigated pastures. Facilities include updated barns, corrals, shipping facilities and other operational buildings. 28,047± Total Acres.

Sheep Rock Ranch Saratoga, WYOMING / $12,000,000


he Sheep Rock Ranch is located in the North Platte River Valley of southern Wyoming. The Platte River, noted for its excellent fishing, comes out of Colorado, running north into Wyoming. The Sierra Madre Mountains and Continental Divide are to the west and the Snowy Range Mountains to the east of the river. Saratoga is an hour and half from Laramie, home to the University of Wyoming, and about three hours from Denver, Colorado. The Sheep Rock Ranch is some of the most beautiful Saratoga land for sale in Wyoming—make it yours for $12,000,000.

Phantom Canyon Fort Collins, COLORADO / $5,400,000

Located 25 miles northwest of Fort Collins, Colorado, and 42 miles south of Laramie, Wyoming,

this 3,853 deeded acres has views to Rocky Mountain National Park and the surrounding foothills. A s ignificant stretch of the North Fork of the Cache la Poudre River is accessible from the ranch, along with Halligan Reservoir. Both are excellent fisheries and are private to this Ranch and a limited number of other Phantom Canyon Ranch association properties. A conservation easement with The Nature Conservancy (TNC) is in place and TNC is a neighboring land owner in Phantom Canyon. The easement does not overly restrict use or enjoyment of the ranch and allows for 6 building envelopes. The owner’s have gone to great lengths in preserving this habitat which is home to a wide variety of wildlife including cougar, deer, elk, big horn sheep, and the occasional bear.

Big Medicine Ranch Newcastle, WYOMING / $4,900,000


he Big Medicine Ranch is a beautiful Wyoming ranch property, located outside Newcastle. This Wyoming ranch for sale is comprised of 950+/- acres of forested land, open meadows, and gorgeous hillside valleys, with space for horses or cattle. Located just an hour and a half from Spearfish and Rapid City, SD, and 12 miles to Newcastle, Wyoming, the Big Medicine Ranch makes a perfect retreat. The 12,000 square foot house on Big Medicine is a hand-crafted, full log home, with full Scribe Log work. The whole house is decorated in a Western and Native American motif, and intricate decorative details make this house truly unique. Big Medicine Ranch features a beautiful full log heated horse barn with a separate water well and septic system and a bathroom with laundry. There are four stalls with automatic waterers as well as a tack room, wash stall, and hay loft storage. Outside the barn, the Wyoming ranch property features both an outdoor round-pen and fenced outdoor arena.


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Buckeye Ranch Centennial, WYOMING / $4,550,000


he Buckeye Ranch is 2,116 +/- deeded acres with 600 state leased acres. Bordering a mile and a half of the Forest Boundary against Sheep Mountain, and two miles of the Little Laramie River there are outstanding hunting and fishing opportunities in range of this Wyoming ranch property. There is an exceptionally beautiful home, indoor swimming pool and a large horse barn which was built in 1871.

Diamond Peak Ranch Fort Collins , COLORADO / $3,700,000


he Diamond Peak Ranch is 1,540 acres in Colorado, located about 5 miles southwest of Tie Siding, Wyoming. The Colorado ranch property borders Roosevelt National Forest, as well as Colorado State University property. This Colorado ranch for sale being mostly timbered, is being managed in light of the pine beetle issues and has stands of young timber that has survived well, along with a density that make these timber stands survive well. The Colorado ranch property offers good topography to hold big game and good water resources. The property does have an above average water resource for irrigation and future development of fishing reservoirs.

Little Jack Creek Ranch Saratoga, WYOMING / $1,827,000


his lovely Saratoga land for sale consists of just over 1,218 deeded acres with an additional 975 acres of Wyoming State lease and a BLM allotment of 307 Aums. It starts at the very beginning of Little Jack Creek in a picturesque setting of pine and aspen with beaver ponds on the creek. It is in a very private location with brookie fishing in the creek and ponds and hunting for deer, elk and antelope. This Wyoming land for sale has excellent pasture for cattle grazing with use beginning in the late spring until fall. The cabins on the ranch are quaint but not impressive. However, the location is super for someone desiring to build.

Fish Creek Ranch Laramie, WYOMING / $975,000


he Fish Creek Ranch Preserve is a gorgeous property located outside Laramie, WY, with easy access to both Fort Collins, CO, and Cheyenne, WY. This outstanding home of 3,274 sq ft on Lot 5 of this reserve is being offered, with access to Roosevelt National Forest which borders the property on the south and many different varieties of wildlife and fishing opportunities on the Ranch. The Fish Creek Ranch Preserve totals 4,242 deeded acres, with 3,752 of those acres set aside as open space to be shared by the limited owners. 14 homesteads of 35 acres each make up this exclusive and picturesque retreat. Priced below competing properties and comparable sales at $975,000. WESTERN UNITED REALTY


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Mountain View Farm— Breathtaking Home & Land Rupert, VERMONT / $2,250,000

Mountain View Farm transcends all others. At heart, it is a remarkable, efficient and impressive complex. It lies in a beautiful setting. Ideal as a small farm or equine pursuit, the property centers on a historically accurate reproduction saltbox with double-walled insulation and superior systems— even an underground tunnel to greenhouse and barn. There is a wealth of impressive details throughout. A new five-stall horse barn (easily expanded to ten) overlooks the swimming pond. A Cape Cod guest home with 5 fireplaces looks over a second pond and fruit trees. The property borders 3,000-acre Merck Forest Foundation—laced with trails. This breathtaking property must be seen!

Perfection on 10+ Pastoral Acres Manchester, VERMONT / $1,695,000

Elegant proportions set on Manchester's finest location with Mt. Equinox and Green

Peak panoramas. Gracious one level living with special guest suites above. Spacious 5,144 sf includes an island kitchen, a great room with fireplace, wet bar, and screen porch. Primary suite has fireplace for four fireplaces in all! Office space, bonus room, built-ins and storage—this has everything, even a charming attached barn/3-car garage with cupola!

Amazing Ice Pond Farm! Arlington, VERMONT / $1,300,000


ce Pond Farm is a quintessential 18th century classic with a rare, desirable assset: a dam spillway and pond. Resting on 55 gorgeous Vermont acres, the property has been recently upgraded with high-end infrastructure improvements: a new equine barn, whole house air exchanger, whole house generator, and 10-zone heating! It also boasts a wonderful and welcoming 4-bedroom guest house. The main house fulfills your Vermont dreams! Gun stock post & beam construction with wide plank floors, Shaker stainless kitchen, and an amazing carriage barn family room with beaded, paneled fireplace and vaulted ceiling. Outside: patios, perennials, and a pond—all entice the imagination from farming to family celebrations. It is fully ready for the next steward to enjoy!

All the Bells and Whistles on 20 Acres Danby, VERMONT / $1,295,000


he most spectacular views and architectural design to make the most of them! Corner windows in all rooms take full advantage of views to Stratton Mountain! No artwork is necessary with this magnificent setting!!! Pristine 4,800 sf house with single-floor living. Open, light and airy with all special amenities in place: hardwood floors; stone fireplace; chef’s kitchen!


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Gracious 9+ Acre Manchester Village Estate Manchester, VERMONT / $1,250,000

Sensational, gracious and with glorious privacy

against Mount Equinox, this historic ca.1850 center hall displays integrity at every turn! Cathedral living room with fireplace, classic butler’s pantry, wonderful library with fireplace, country kitchen. All the Vermont you could want! Plus, a 2011 main level primary suite, 3 en suite guest rooms, beautiful details in mouldings and hardware. Outside, amazing stone terraces and porches, and terraced perennial gardens framing the view from the house. Antique Village Perfection!!!

Sensational Manchester Village West Road Manchester, VERMONT / $995,000


coveted Manchester address and 12+ acres of it! Offered for the first time ever, the property includes a sensational 66 x 34 finished barn with kitchen/living fireplace, bath, amazing studio, dry storage, and workshop. The homestead is an ideal 3-4 BR home of character and dramatic detail. Entertain graciously inside, or out on the expansive decking. Pastoral land with myriad possibilities from equine to gardens right in Manchester Village. This is a winning combination and an incredible investment.

Superbly Crafted Energy Efficient Home on 112 Vermont Acres! Wells, VERMONT / $695,000


uperbly crafted, energy efficient home on 112 secluded private acres, with a pond and views. A covered porch leads to a big center hallway with maple floors warmed by radiant heat. A true gourmet kitchen features a walk-in pantry, commercial Garland range, and a Glenwood cook woodstove. Lots of windows to views. Master suite with 3 more bedrooms on the second floor. The property used to have llamas and is set up with tensile fencing, a 35 x 85 pole barn, a 30 x 120 animal barn. A great property, well begun and full of possibilities!

Must See! 88+ Acres, Spectacular Views Arlington, VERMONT / $495,000

The view is breathtaking, spectacular—words cannot describe it—you must see it! The open

floor plan on the main level boasts a living room with cathedral ceiling and massive fieldstone fireplace, then flows to dining area and kitchen. Also on the main level is the master bedroom, a full bath and laundry. The second floor is a second master loft with full bath. The finished walkout basement offers guest accommodations you will be pleased to offer. Unwind on the covered porch and take in magnificent sunsets.


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Mill Creek Ranch Tehama County, CALIFORNIA / $29,500,000


ontinue the legacy… 25,614+/- acres of majestic rolling pasture lands and rugged blue oak forest provide one of the largest private ownerships remaining in California. More than 15 miles of a year-round trout stream provides an endless supply of classic pools and riffles to challenge the true fly-fishing enthusiast. Wildlife abounds with bobcat, bear, mountain lion, hawks, eagles, turkey, quail, and one of the largest deer herds in the State migrating through the ranch. Historically run as a purebred Hereford cattle ranch, it is estimated that the ranch can run around 500-600 head yearround, or up to 1,000 during the winter. Water is plentiful with very strong adjudicated water rights from Mill Creek, as well as a number of stock ponds and reservoirs. To round out this pastoral setting, a custom built 7,388+/square foot owner’s residence with large lap pool takes full advantage of the expansive views of this signature ranch. Co-listed with Hall and Hall.

Hop & Barley Ranch Covelo, Mendocino County, CALIFORNIA $14,000,000


he historic Hop and Barley Ranch consists of approximately 6,420 acres with 1.5 +/- miles frontage on the Middle Fork of the Eel River, a steelhead trout fishery. A rare combination of productive valley floor lands, where hops and barley were once farmed in the early 1900’s, to lush beautiful forests and meadows in the mountains, and bucolic grassy hills along the river. A ranch of this size and diversity offering trophy black tail deer and pig hunting, set in a beautiful valley with classic redwood ranch buildings, is a rare find and only four hours from the greater San Francisco Bay Area.

Spring Creek Ranch Fall River Valley, Shasta County, CALIFORNIA $12,000,000 Reduced


learly, this 1,346+/- acre ranch is one of the best fly-fishing ranches with private fishing water on the headwaters of one of the most prolific spring creek wild rainbow trout fisheries in the Country, with the average catch in the 3-6 pound range. The ranch also fronts a second spring creek, as well as frontage on the world renowned Fall River. The ranch is home to abundant migratory waterfowl including ducks, geese, pelicans, egrets, herons and swans. Other bird species include Osprey, Bald Eagle, Great Horned Owl, Peregrine Falcons, quail, dove, pheasant, turkey and grouse. Hunting has not been allowed in years so the ranch has become a true wildlife refuge in a beautiful mountain valley with stunning views to Mt. Shasta to the north. A jet-capable County Airport and the small ranching community of Fall River Mills is just 10-15 minutes from the ranch.


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South Battle Creek Ranch Mt. Lassen Foothills, Tehama County, CALIFORNIA

A true Sportsman’s paradise with access to more than 6

miles of the South Fork of Battle Creek, a productive trout fishery, and over 4,137+/- acres of rolling-meadows and blue oak woodlands that are home to one of the largest migratory deer herds in the State. The Ranch also provides prime habitat for dove, quail and wild turkey. One of the only fly-fishing resorts located within a short drive of the San Francisco Bay Area, the ten guest room Oasis Springs Lodge was formerly endorsed by Orvis. Operates as a guest lodge or as a private family/corporate retreat. All of this is located in view of snowcapped Mount Lassen, only 45 minutes east of I-5 and the ranching/farming community of Red Bluff in Northern California. For the first time, Oasis Springs Lodge and Rocky Springs Ranch can be purchased together for $9.39 million. (Oasis Springs Lodge and Rocky Springs Ranch are owned by separate entities and are available separately for $4,895,000 and $4,495,000 respectively.)

Hope Valley Homestead Carson Pass, Alpine County, CALIFORNIA / $1,500,000

This 40+/- acre ranch is nestled at the base of picturesque Carson

Pass and the magnificent 10,000 foot High Sierra Mountains and is one of the few private holdings in Hope Valley, the most dramatic alpine valley in California. National Forest adjoins for miles of endless hiking, skiing and horseback riding. Lake Tahoe is only 30 minutes away, and Kirkwood ski resort is only 10 minutes away, both offering year-round activities. Add a classic willow-lined trout stream meandering through an alpine meadow and a custom log house set amongst the quaking aspens, and you have completed the perfect postcard setting with views everywhere.

Sierra Foothill Ranch Fiddletown, Amador County, CALIFORNIA / $3,300,000


his classic 714+/- acre foothill ranch with rolling hills, wildflower-filled meadows, and specimen Oak and Pine forests is nestled in the Sierra Nevada Foothills between San Francisco and Lake Tahoe. Water is plentiful with a 24 acre foot reservoir, a few seasonal stock ponds, numerous ground water springs and a babbling creek with cascading waterfalls. Within the Fiddletown Viticulture Area and near Shenandoah Valley, this area is well known for its vineyards and wineries. A wonderful private retreat that is perfect for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.

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Quarter Circle C Ranch Beaverhead County, MONTANA / $3,500,000 Price Reduced 1,384± acres deeded, 2,020± acres private BLM lease and 4,112± acres private Beaverhead-Deer Lodge National Forest Permit for a total of 7,516± acres. 425-450 animal units year around with supplemental winter feeding. About 473 acres irrigated (384 ac under three center pivot systems; 84 ac flood irrigated). Excellent early priority water rights dated 1885 and 1886. 800-1,000 tons of hay harvested annually. Building improvements include two residences, large log/wood barn, 3 shopequipment buildings, large set of pipe corrals, pens, working alleys, chutes, and granaries. Excellent big game hunting. This is a very good working ranch that has been owned and operated by the same family for 35 years.

Kaufmann Quarter Horse Ranch Buffalo, WYOMING / $3,490,000 209± acres with county road frontage, custom-built ranch home (2,400 sq.ft.) with attached 3-car garage, Morton indoor arena (14,760 sq.ft. or 72’ x 205’) with attached 8-stall barn & 6 attached runs, large outdoor arena, 3 Morton loafing sheds with original Priefert panel runs, 3-tower center pivot irrigating 40± acres producing 150± tons of excellent horse hay plus running 25 head of horses year around and summering 30 head of yearling heifers. Nestled in a beautiful setting of mature trees. About 3/4 mile of Clear Creek flows through the property and offers excellent trout fishing.

North Laramie River Ranch Albany County, WYOMING / $2,970,000 10,108± acres total (5,733± ac deeded, 360± ac private lease, 4,016± acres private BLM lease) located about 60 miles west of Wheatland. The North Laramie River, Negro Creek, and Twenty-two Mile Creek flow through the property. Year-around carrying capacity of 250-300 animal units. Excellent ranch for a 5-month yearling operation or to summer cow/calf pairs. The ranch is divided into seven pastures with approximately 697 acres of flood irrigated native meadows. Improvements consist of large log home (4 bedrooms, 4 baths, living room with native stone fireplace, dining area and kitchen), 3960 sq. ft. shop/barn, good set of corrals/loading chute. This foothill mountain ranch ranges from 7,000’ to 8,100’ in elevation. Excellent elk and mule deer hunting in Hunt Area 7.


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Evening Star Ranch Albany County, WYOMING $1,999,999 Price Reduced 310± acres deeded nestled just off I-80 in scenic “high country” (8,200’ elevation) 19 miles southeast of Laramie and 25 miles west of Cheyenne. Custom-built home (4,000± sq.ft. main level; 2,200± sq.ft. walkout basement), quality materials/construction throughout. Indoor heated (lap) swimming pool with safety & handicap features. 1,200± sq.ft. heated shop w/concrete floor; 1,800± sq.ft. storage area that could also be used for horse stalls. Three ponds; small year-around creek. Excellent deer and elk hunting.

Birdsley’s Red Rock Retreat Ten Sleep, WYOMING Drastic Price Reduction from $1,985,000 to $1,585,000


his 19.8± deeded acres with spectacular 4,400 sq. ft. log home is situated at the base of a massive red rock formation and surrounded by beautifully landscaped grounds and three fresh water ponds. Situated at the mouth of the magnificent Ten Sleep Canyon, this property offers quiet seclusion with endless recreational opportunities just minutes away in the Big Horn National Forest. Ten Sleep Creek flows nearby and trout fishing is excellent.

Big Horn River Hideaway Big Horn County, MONTANA / $1,865,000

Rare offering. 57± deeded and secluded acres lying

adjacent to the famous Bighorn River, approximately 6 miles south of Hardin, MT. Includes a 4,000 sq. ft., 4 bedroom, 3-1/2 bath custom log home, with screened sitting area, outdoor fire pit, and interior features too numerous to list. Separate insulated and heated metal shop with adjoining tack room and loafing shed. The property boasts over 1/3 mile of private Bighorn River frontage for your recreational enjoyment. World class trout fishing, abundant waterfowl and turkey hunting opportunities. An exceptional, one-of-a-kind property.


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Century 21 Harvey Properties | 2550 Lamar Avenue Paris, Texas 75460 903.785.8484 | 800.785.8495 |

ARROWHEAD LAND COMPANY Clarksville, TEXAS / $1,095,000

An incredible property! 503+ acre ranch with beautiful pastures, ponds and a stunning home! The four bedroom home offers bright open living space nicely combined with unique details. A covered patio overlooks the built-in swimming pool. Fenced for cattle and a large set of working pens on the property make for an excellent cattle operation. See more at


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WOODLAND FARM Woodland, TEXAS / $7,200,000

A well-designed 2,660-acre fully operational cattle, crop

farm and family retreat with its rolling pastures, wildlife and lakefront property. Four homes grace the property including a spacious 4/3 main home. The premises consist of 2,400 acres of improved pasture including 1,457 crop-based acres, 2 working pens with chute & scale, good perimeter fencing and several working pastures. The rich river bottomland sandy loam soil is suitable for ranching or farming. Such outstanding river properties are becoming harder to find and this property has plenty of water! Permitting authority to irrigate up to 2,000 acres. Ample water for 1600 acres includes 9 individual water wells; 2 live creeks; 14 stock tanks fed with water wells; common 300acre lake; 5 center pivot system covering 600 acres. See more at

337 ACRES Pattonville, TEXAS / $623,450


place! 337 acres with approximately 50 acres of woods full of wildlife and the remainder being improved pasture. Completely fenced and crossfenced with a 10-acre lake with a 20'x20' deck at the end of a 190' pier and stocked with Florida bass and crappie – perfect for fishing! There are also three ponds, a creek and a set of pens and corrals that will remain with the property.

FLYING L RANCH Detroit, TEXAS / $500,385

A beautiful 203 acre ranch offering ranching, hunting and fishing. Nice three bedroom, two bathroom brick ranch-style home, 12x16 storage shed, 50x80 barn, 25x160 equipment/ hay shed, covered working pens and metal fencing. Five ponds provide not only for cattle and horses but for the fisherman as well - one pond is 2 acres in size and is stocked with bass and catfish. Hunters will find abundant deer, turkey, hog, dove, duck and geese. This property is a wonderful combination of grassland and woods. See more at


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Lazy TP Ranch Whitehall, MONTANA / $16,900,000

Lazy TP Ranch boasts 10,000 acres and three miles of Jefferson River frontage coupled with abundant wildlife and endless recreational opportunities. This vast and diverse property has an irrigated bench, riparian corridor, grass-covered hills, timbered areas and big mountain views. This dynamic ranch is ideal for anglers, upland bird, waterfowl and big game hunters, horse enthusiasts and outdoor recreationalists. Improvements include 3 homes, modern barns, corrals, stock facilities and 13 center pivots. This expansive working ranch is a western trophy paradise.

Rome Hill Ranch Ten Sleep, WYOMING / $15,000,000


ocated 12 miles southeast of Ten Sleep, Rome Hill Ranch is one of the finest working cattle ranches and sporting properties in the West. Comprised of 9,342 deeded acres with additional acreage of BLM, state and forest service lease, resident elk herds call this ranch home as do healthy numbers of Mule deer. Spring Creek flows through the ranch for 7 miles offering private trophy trout fishing. The custom 6,600 sqft wood-chinked log home is situated on five acres with fencing, landscaping and stocked trout pond.

Trout Springs Estate Swan Valley, IDAHO / $5,900,000

On the banks of the renowned South Fork of the Snake River, known for its prolific

hatches and world-class dry fly fishing, Trout Spring Estate is perfectly positioned. The 9.17-acre estate is widely regarded as the finest residence in Swan Valley. The main home is comprised of 6,987 sqft of absolute luxury and the guesthouse overlooks First Creek, delivering water to a 1-acre spring-fed trout pond. Nearby Teton Valley offers shopping, golf, private air service and access to downhill skiing and great live music at Grand Targhee Ski and Summer Resort.

Mountain Spirit Lodge on the Navajo River Chromo, COLORADO / $5,000,000 Price Reduced


ocated in Southern Colorado, close to the New Mexico state line, this 115-acre ranch enjoys one mile of Navajo River frontage, a main lodge, river house, barn and outbuildings. Truly a magical place where art and nature coexist, Mountain Spirit Lodge boasts excellent fly fishing and resident wildlife including turkey, elk and Mule deer. The main lodge is comprised of 6,000 sqft and the historical river house is situated on the Navajo River. This property is a sportsman’s paradise wonderfully suited for families, corporations or anyone looking for a majestic getaway.


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The Historic Dell Fork Ranch Bondurant, WYOMING / $3,995,000


his jewel of a historic ranch has two miles of private trout-filled streams packed into its 127 acres. Thirty miles from Jackson Hole, the ranch boasts a new log cabin, original homesteader’s cabins, barns and bunkhouse. Adjacent public lands offer four additional miles of trophy trout fishing on the creeks. For the big game hunter, moose, elk and Mule deer are on the property. The Historic Dell Fork Ranch quietly balances life with ranching and outdoor traditions in a contemporary place to relax and enjoy the West at its best.

On Top of Colorado Gunnison, COLORADO / $3,900,000

A rare opportunity to own one of the best views in Colorado

and build your luxurious getaway On Top of Colorado. Sporting adventures abound on this 325-acre property with tremendous big game hunting and excellent fishing on the private trout pond. Only a short horseback ride or hike from the property, the adjacent national forest offers trophy trout rivers. In winter skiing is available in nearby Crested Butte. The 360-degree panoramas are breathtaking, including views of The Castles, the West Elk Mountains, Kebler Pass, Mount Baldy and the sprawling Gunnison National Forest.

Prairie Swamp Lewellen, NEBRASKA / $3,200,000


ocated along the North Platte River in Western Nebraska, Prairie Swamp is a world-class 502-acre hunter's paradise. With its outstanding habitat, enhanced hunting developments and prime location for migratory waterfowl, Prairie Swamp is ideal for the pursuit of ducks, geese, deer and elk. Currently owned and developed by a waterfowl specialist, three waterfowl hunting sites have been meticulously brought to fruition along meandering warm-water sloughs. Prairie Swamp is also one of the top deer hunting locations in Nebraska, consistently taking trophy-quality Whitetails.

Wind River Ranch Dubois, WYOMING / $2,500,000 Price Reduced

Comprised of 564 acres, the Wind River Ranch boasts 2 ½ miles of

private trophy trout fishing on the Wind River. The lush riparian ground provides an excellent habitat for Mule and Whitetail deer. The riverfront 7,400 sqft lodge is completely furnished with a recently-constructed riverfront guest cabin and more. The 2,700 sqft 10-stall, Kirby steel horse barn includes a small apartment with nearby shop and indoor riding arena. With exceptional fly fishing, abundant wildlife and countless recreational amenities, the Wind River Ranch offers the“true ranch”feel.


Toll Free: 866.734.6100 |


THE WEST IS OUR HERITAGE. MAKE IT YOURS. Ron Morris | 970.535.0881 |

Five Star Ranch Custer County, Westcliffe, COLORADO $4,900,000


large private ranchland with unobstructed, panoramic views of the Wet Mountain Valley and snow-capped Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Five Star Ranch offers gracious mountain living in one of the most exquisite homes on the market today-named “Home of the Year�by Timber Home Living. 71.6 deeded acres and 490 state leased acres located five minutes north of Westcliffe offering privacy and masterpiece improvements in a beautiful mountain setting. Contact Ron Morris.

Yellowstone Farms Boulder County, Longmont, COLORADO / $2,900,000


his northern Colorado Equestrian Estate with incredible mountain views is priced well below appraised value. 107 total acres located between Longmont and Berthoud with large custom home, 19-stall horse barn, indoor arena, two large outdoor arenas, two round pens, fenced pastures and heated shop. Yellowstone Farms is situated in a rural area protected from development featuring superb horse facilities in a great area to live. Contact Ron Morris.


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Walton Ranch Teton County, Jackson, WYOMING $100,000,000

Sited along the legendary Snake River

and adjacent to the Grand Teton with views over the entire valley, the 1,848-acre legacy ranch has its own resident elk herd and fishing access along the Snake River. This naturally preserved setting is surrounded by the grandeur of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and yet is five miles to downtown Jackson and fifteen minutes to world-class ski resorts and private air service. Walton Ranch offers a rare opportunity to own wide-open spaces in one of the most sought-after locations in the world. Contact Ron Morris and Billy Long.

Moonshadow Ranch Routt County, Steamboat Springs, COLORADO / $7,500,000


ne of the most architecturally impressive custom equestrian properties in the south valley of Steamboat Springs, the 39-acre Moonshadow Ranch offers the finest, mountain-modern improvements with beautiful views and fifteen minutes from Steamboat Springs and ski area. The gated-entry property includes an exquisite main residence with a three-car garage and upper-level carriage house, caretaker's home, six-stall horse barn, heated garage/shop, hay storage barn, outdoor riding arena with round pen and five fenced pastures. Impeccably maintained with year-round access near Lake Catamount. Contact Ron Morris. RANCH MARKETING ASSOCIATES

Ron Morris | 970.535.0881 | |


620.465.3499 Office | Alan Howard, Broker-Owner-ALC | Licensed in KS & OK

North Fork of the Ninnescah Reno County, KANSAS / $183,600

Located in Central Reno County, the North

Fork of the Ninnescah River runs through this 102-acre property. This tract contains beautiful, clear spring water right in the middle of the central flyway. This property adjoins crop ground to the west and south which turns this parcel into a whitetail sanctuary. Whitetails, turkey, ducks and geese abound on this parcel. Bow hunters will love the way this lays. Truly a special property.

Cogburn Quarter Reno County, KANSAS / $400,000


his quarter is located in central Reno County just northwest of Cheney Reservoir. This property has great income and tremendous recreational value that includes two tree-lined creeks dividing crop ground. Whitetails and turkey. Minerals are intact and will pass.

Cowskin Creek Sedgwick County, KANSAS / $635,000

Location is the name of the game in real

estate. This 127-acre property is located just two minutes from west Wichita’s premier shopping destination-New Market Square. This property is flanked by housing developments on its east side. The property contains nearly one full mile of the Cowskin Creek. 29th St. N & 37th St. N frontage-29th St. N has buildable acreage available. Many other ponds have been developed as well. Outstanding hunting right next to town-this property has opportunity written all over it. Minerals pass.


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Whitetail Haven Rice County, KANSAS / $353,050


his 307-acre parcel offers 15 years of deer management. The property is located right next door to Quivira National Wildlife Refuge. Property has native grass, sand hill plum thickets, Eastern red cedars, and is fenced. Additional features include a large food plot, feeder and a tenant who keeps alfalfa on property in winter and polices property. Quite possibly the best whitetail property available in the state of Kansas.

Neosho Retreat Neosho County, KANSAS $180,000

This 10-acre property, located only five

minutes from the Neosho Wildlife Area, has trophy fishing right out the front door of your own cabin. Bass, crappie, and channel catfish abound in your own lake. Area also supports a tremendous number of waterfowl and whitetail deer. Cabin is very comfortable with screened porch facing the water to the east and has a large deck on the south for grilling & sun. This is a special property with a lot to offer.

Kansas Crop Ground Reno County, KANSAS / 4/28/2012


Miller Auction Kay County, OKLAHOMA / 4/21/2012


ater, water, and more water. This 162-acre parcel will sell as two tracts: Tract 1: 157+/- acres of native and tame grass with Chilocco Creek and developed ponds. Hardwood timber, whitetails, and turkeys-perfect bow hunting property. Tract 2: 5 +/- acres with home and outbuildings. Visit our website for more details. RESULTS REALTY, LLC

ansas crop ground is in high demand. Here in South Central Kansas we enjoy 30-32 inches of precipitation a year. Crops include corn, beans, milo, and of course, wheat-after all, we are the “Wheat State.� Kansas land is an exceptional value with good returns. All of the properties listed below have excellent soils and income. Most of the listed properties have minerals intact and will pass to new owners. t 75+/- acres in Reno County. Prime, level ground. Seller will grant 50% mineral interest to buyer. t 70 +/- acres in Reno County. 35 acres prime, tillable acres and 35 acres native grass with creek and two ponds. Seller will grant 50% minerals. t 70 +/- acres in Sedgwick County. Prime, tillable land with possible irrigation permit. Minerals all pass to new owner. Please visit our website for auction dates and for more information.

620.465.3499 |


Dave Harrigan | Hunter Harrigan | 800.524.1818 |

Southern Cross Ranch Catron County, Pie Town, NEW MEXICO / $13,250,000

World-class is no exaggeration when describing the exceptional trophy elk

hunting on The 29,142 acre (18,535 deeded) Southern Cross Ranch in westcentral New Mexico. The Southern Cross has been superbly managed for years to maintain its status as one of America's premier hunting destinations. A spectacular 6,000 square-foot log lodge is the centerpiece of the ranch. With excellent year-round access, the "land of giants" is located only 2.5 hours from Albuquerque and 3.5 hours from Santa Fe.

Horse Springs Ranch Catron County, Datil, NEW MEXICO / $13,000,000


EW LISTING! Southwestern living just doesn't get any better than it does at the magnificent 24,000 acre (16,670 deeded) Horse Springs Ranch. Nourished by abundant springs and streams and blessed with a mild climate, Horse Springs Ranch is home to trophy elk and mule deer, black bear, mountain lion and javelina. Careful attention to wildlife habitat has produced a property with a well-earned reputation as one the Southwest's foremost big game hunting locations.

Beaver Valley Ranch Routt County, Steamboat Springs, COLORADO / $12,750,000


RICE REDUCED! Hidden in the heart of one of Colorado’s last unspoiled mountain valleys, Beaver Valley Ranch is tailor-made for hunting and fishing of exceptional quality. Beaver Valley Ranch, accessible year round, lies less than an hour southwest of Steamboat Springs and nestles against Routt National Forest on the flanks of the Beaver Flat Tops. Elk and deer have room to roam on its 2,665 acres, and plentiful rainbow and cutthroat trout to over 20 inches populate 4.5 miles of river.

Lazy H Ranch Douglas County, Larkspur, COLORADO / $7,950,000

NEW LISTING! 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 sf custom home and two 3,000+ sf guest houses.


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Sawtooth Shadows Ranch Catron County, Datil, NEW MEXICO $10,900,000


EW LISTING! Rugged scenery combined with trophy elk and mule deer herds makes the 21,700-deededacre Sawtooth Shadows Ranch a New Mexico dream ranch for sportsmen with a special appreciation for Southwestern culture, history and landscape.

Daymaker Ranch Larimer County, Loveland, COLORADO / $12,950,000

NEW LISTING! Expansive tracts of true wilderness located within an hour's

drive of Colorado's largest metropolitan area are virtually nonexistent, yet that precisely describes the Daymaker Ranch, Colorado's Front Range Elk and Deer Hunting Preserve. The Daymaker occupies over six square miles (about 3,947 deeded acres) of prime Rocky Mountain foothill country adjoining Roosevelt National Forest. Loveland is a drive of only about 30 minutes via County Road, and Denver International Airport is only a little more than an hour away.

Flying River Ranch Park County, Cody, WYOMING / $8,900,000


LISTING! Spreading approximately 7,902 acres (4,962 deeded) of choice grasslands and riverine bottomlands among the foothills of the Absaroka Mountains. Years of careful stewardship have paid off not only for its famed organic beef operation, but also for the health of two miles of the cutthroat-filled Greybull River and a diversity of wildlife that represents the best of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. For those seeking a "full package" of proven cattle ranching, excellent big game hunting, wildlife viewing and world-class trout fishing, the Flying River Ranch is unsurpassed.

Zephyr Meadows Ranch Grand Lake, COLORADO / $3,000,000

NEW LISTING! Zephyr Meadows Ranch virtually defines a four-season recreational ranch with

world-class accommodations. The ranch itself consists of 505 acres of prime Rocky Mountain real estate filled with an expansive irrigated meadow flanked by mixed woods of aspen and pine. Two sides of the ranch are bordered by the Arapahoe National Forest, providing a sense of seclusion and affording access to 32,000 acres of public land. Improvements onthe ranch are first class with an immaculate 6,235 square foot lodge and 4,440 square foot custom home.


800.524.1818 |


Walter Lane | 520.792.2652

AVA Ranch Cochise County, ARIZONA / $4,500,000


his unique ranch lies at the mouth of Cave Creek Canyon, a nationally known area within the beautiful Chiricahua Mountains of southeastern Arizona. The property consists of approximately 1,140 deeded acres and 736 acres of State grazing lease. The ranch is watered by five wells, including an irrigation well, and surface water rights from Cave Creek. This area has an international reputation for bird watching and its dark skies create an astronomer’s paradise. There is tremendous investment potential here as this is the largest parcel available in this area. The property may also be purchased in four separate parcels starting at $450,000. Please see our website for more information.

Grapevine Canyon Ranch Cochise County, ARIZONA / $2,000,000

This beautiful property lies in a quiet canyon of the Dragoon Mountains in southeast

Arizona. The ranch consists of 87 acres that are surrounded by National Forest on three sides. Until recently a working guest ranch, the property is now available for sale in its entirety with furnishings. Improvements have been tastefully constructed and consist of public dining, bar, riding and swimming areas along with eight cabins/casitas that will accommodate 30 guests. There are additional staff quarters and maintenance facilities. This scenic property has easy access to Tucson and lends itself to several uses including: continued guest ranch operation, corporate/religious retreat or a very secluded hideaway.


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Rancho San Cayetano Santa Cruz County, ARIZONA / $3,800,000


ancho San Cayetano, one of the crown jewels of the beautiful Santa Cruz River Valley, was established in the 1920’s as an exceptional horse/ cattle breeding facility. It has a rich history, including famous owners and residents who have enjoyed the area and has been used for filming movies, writing books, and raising prize winning horses and cattle. The present owners have remodeled the large Spanish Colonial home, converting it to year round living. A Ramada surrounds the house, giant Sycamore line the drive way and Cottonwood/Mesquite shade the pastures. These 148 acres have 2 ½ miles of pipe fencing. All the irrigated land has been laser leveled, and a new irrigation system has been added. With pastures adapted to year-round grazing with summer Bermuda to winter Rye. The Ranch is adjacent tot the Tumacacori Mission and the Anza trail, which follows the Santa Cruz River to the quaint village of Tubac (three miles away). I-19 is less than a mile from the ranch’s stately entrance gates on Santa Gertrudis Lane. Grocery shopping and good restaurants are within a 15-minute drive. HEADQUARTERS WEST, LTD.

Sam Hubbell | 520.609.2546 |


Tom A. Rolston | 602.248.9232 |

Vaca Ranch Santa Cruz County, ARIZONA / $8,750,000


he Vaca Ranch is located in the San Rafael Valley, one of Arizona’s most scenic and biologically diverse places. The ranch headquarters is located 10 miles southeast of Patagonia and 58 miles south of Tucson. Rangeland improvements are well maintained and tenure includes 5,418 acre Deeded and 19,739 acre Forest Service ranging from 4,875 to 6,100 feet elevation. Vegetation is Grassland and Oak Woodland, creating forage and grazing for 566 head of adult cattle yearlong. The area’s mild yearround climate and high rainfall make these some of the most productive grazing lands in the state with one of the highest stocking rates. Game includes a sizeable population of Mearn’s, Scaled and Gambel’s quail, Mexican duck, and Coues deer. The practical territorial-style headquarters provide a warm, secluded, year-round residence or private getaway set in the historic San Rafael Valley. This is truly an exceptional Arizona cattle ranch.


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Kelton Ranch Yavapai County, ARIZONA / $2,500,000


he Kelton Ranch is located 60 miles north of Phoenix in the Prescott area. The Headquarters is four miles east of I-17 within 75 minutes of downtown Phoenix and Sky Harbor Airport. 80 acres deeded along Agua Fria River, 49 acres deeded along Indian Creek, 1,967 acre State, 10,356 acre BLM and 12,196 acre Forest Allotment. Capacity 445 head yearlong. Elevation is 3,400 to 5,000 feet with the Headquarters at 3,440 feet. Headquarter improvements include nice main ranch house, barns, shipping corrals and 35 irrigated acres. This is an opportunity for the serious cattleman to own a reputation cattle ranch.

Skull Valley Area Property Yavapai County, ARIZONA / $2,200,000


he Yavapai County property is located in Skull Valley, approximately 20 miles from downtown Prescott and 100 miles northwest of Phoenix. 139 acres deeded along Old Skull Valley Road. Elevation is 4,163 feet to 4,703 feet. Improvements include main ranch house, second house, barn, shop, outbuildings and 80 acre irrigated with two irrigation wells. This is an opportunity for a family, horseman, specialty livestock breeder, specialty farmer or retiree to own a good long term investment in a pleasant year-round climate.

Bar K Bar Ranch Wickenburg Area, ARIZONA $2,000,000 Including Cattle


he Maricopa County ranch is located 45 miles northwest of Phoenix in the Wickenburg area. The Headquarters is three miles west of Morristown along the east bank of the dry Hassayampa River 11/4 hours from downtown Phoenix and Sky Harbor Airport. Tenure includes a 120 acre deeded Headquarters site, 2,160 acre State Lease and 10,148 acre BLM Allotment. Capacity is 105 head yearlong. Elevation is 1,730 to 2,750 feet with the Headquarters situated at 1,775 feet. Headquarter improvements include nice 3,100 sq. ft. main ranch house, 680 sq. ft. historic general store, guest house, labor housing, 4,850 sq. ft. workshop, 17 stall round horse barn, roping arena and more. This ranch is ideally located for a professional, retiree or winter visitor interested in mild winters, western recreational opportunities and the experience of managing an Arizona desert ranch.


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Direct: 413.698.2577 | Fax: 413.698.3891 NY Office: 518.794.8300 |

140 Acre Equestrian Estate Richmond, MASSACHUSETTS and Canaan, NEW YORK / $2,600,000


ocated in Richmond, at the top of Rossiter and Cunningham Hill Roads, this 4,000 sq. ft. contemporary farmhouse was built in 1997 and has 6 bedrooms (with two first floor) and 4 full baths. Ideal as a year round or vacation home, it has well sized common rooms, an antique beamed living room with large fieldstone fireplace, and many south facing windows to take in the magnificent views over the well maintained fields and woods. The pond with aerator sits to the west of the house. A recently constructed two story Gambrel barn garage with hay loft is adjacent to the antique 4-stall barn, also with hayloft. The caretakers' or 2 bedroom guest house sits as a gatehouse /entrance to the property. There are miles of paddock fencing and a 5 stall barn w/ tack room, a 2 stall run-in barn with tack, and a 60'x100' Cover-all indoor riding arena with sand and rubber footing. With extensive frontage on both sides of Cunningham Hill, Upper Dean Hill, and Rossiter Roads there are many building sites, most with exquisite views. A most desirable location with rare large open acreage and views.

The Inn At Richmond & The Berkshire Equestrian Center Richmond, MASSACHUSETTS / $5,950,000


he 1776 historic inn and former equestrian estate residence offers 5 guest rooms, 2 of which are suites with fireplaces and 4 cottages, 3 with kitchens. The Inn building has a large dining room, great room with fireplace, paneled library and green house. The Equestrian Center's main barn was relocated from Shaker Village and has 13 stalls, original paneling in the tack and stall areas and barn manager's apartment. There is an L barn with 9 stalls, a pony barn with 4 stalls, and a large 2 level party barn. The heated indoor arena is 80 x 200 with bi-level viewing area, advanced footing base, and trainers' or owners quarters above. There is an adjoining smaller indoor arena 42 x 140. 3 building lots. Offered as a complete parcel with 27 acres.


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The Old Chatham Sheepherding Company Estate Columbia County, Old Chatham, NEW YORK $6,950,000

Rare investment opportunity to own a private estate and former

Relais & Chateaux property which is on the Register of Historic Places. The Main house (circa 1790) has 14 rooms and 4 bedroom and bath suites. The outbuildings include five guest suites, owner’s office with fireplace and loft, large art studio, entertainment post and beam barn with kitchen and movie projection system, temperature controlled wine cellar, greenhouse and tennis court. Formal gardens. All with 100 acres of mostly pasture and hay fields. ALSO AVAILABLE with 405 acres, additional cottage and multiple premiere building sites. Six barns totaling 45,850 square feet. One barn is an original Shaker Barn moved from a former Shaker Village. Barns are utilized by the Old Chatham Sheepherding Company for raising milking sheep and making sheep’s milk cheese and yogurt. Price upon request.


Direct: 413.698.2577 | Fax: 413.698.3891 | NY Office: 518.794.8300 |


Big Island Hawaii Rebecca Keliihoomalu | 808.895.1156 |

Luxury Resort Style Kohala Ranch North Kohala Coast, HAWAII / $2,599,000


uxury Resort Style Kohala Ranch. Expansive Ocean and Mountain Views. North Kohala Coast 12 Acres.

Lalakea Ranch Hamakua, HAWAII / $7,500,000

Lalakea Ranch 467 Acres Virtually on the Rim of

Waipio Valley. Astounding Views of the Valley of the Kings, Mauna Kea and the Ocean. Once Part of the Vast Holdings of King Lunalilo and Parker Ranch.


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Craftsman Style Hamakua, HAWAII / $1,688,888

Craftsman Style. Self Sufficient. Ocean, Waipio Valley and Mauna Kea Views. Hamakua Coast 38 Acres.

Waikii Ranch Kamuela, HAWAII / $7,999,999

For the Devoted Equestrian. Luxury

Perfectly Blended with Form and Function. Built for the Safety and Comfort of the Horse. Waikii Ranch 54 Acres.


Rebecca Keliihoomalu | 808.895.1156 |



Mike Kennedy | 290 Fillmore, Suite #2, Denver, CO 80206 303.623.0655 |

Tailwater Ranch Kremmling, COLORADO / $1,950,000

A fly-fishing dream—Tailwater at Grand River Ranch is an exclusive

property with spectacular views of the magnificent Gore Range. Three homesites on this 388-acre parcel overlook Grand River’s charming Tailwater Fishing Camp. Along the ranch’s private stretch of a meandering tailwater, the fortunate owner and their guests enjoy exceptional fly fishing for large rainbow and brown trout, among the best in Colorado. Grand River Ranch is an exclusive 19,000-acre ranch community where owners enjoy a wide variety of private amenities: The Grand River Ranch Lodge with fine dining and overnight accommodations; two fly-fishing camps; an equestrian center; and a sporting clays facility. Tailwater is easily accessible-a two-hour drive from Denver, or a five-minute drive from Kremmling’s jet-accessible airport. Many of Colorado’s world-renowned ski resorts are just an hour’s drive away.


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Indian Peaks Ranch Granby, COLORADO / $3,900,000


he 35-acre Indian Peak’s Ranch is situated on one of the finest sites in the C Lazy U Homestead. The spacious 8,208 sq. ft. home on this exclusive mountain estate is constructed of highquality lodgepole pine and spruce logs. It’s spacious layout and panoramic views provide a comfortable gathering place balancing both private and community space. Exclusive access to all the amenities and legendary 5-spur service at C Lazy U Ranch, a dude ranch operating since 1919, is included with this purchase. C Lazy U’s amenities include 5-Spur Dining, the Lazy You Spa (complete with outdoor pool and rec room), plus year-round recreational guides for horseback riding, fly fishing, hiking, mountain biking, white water river rafting, canoe trips, nordic skiing and snowmobile tours.

Purple Sage Ranch Granby, COLORADO / $5,195,000

Nestled in a secluded meadow and surrounded

by magnificent views of the Continental Divide and Byers Peak, Purple Sage Lodge’s 35 beautiful acres reside within the Homestead at C Lazy U Ranch. Included is an exquisitely constructed 7,915 sq. ft. 3-level log and stone home which features 5 bedrooms, 5 full baths, 3 half-baths and the ease of an elevator. Purple Sage provides perfect rustic elegance for a family retreat. Enjoy exclusive access to all the amenities at C Lazy U Ranch. C Lazy U’s amenities include 5-Spur Dining, the Lazy You Spa (complete with outdoor pool and rec room), plus year-round recreational guides for horseback riding, fly fishing, hiking, mountain biking, white water river rafting, canoe trips, nordic skiing and snowmobile tours.


Mike Kennedy | 303.623.0655 | |


Presenting Colorado's Finest Properties 21263 Hwy. 550, Montrose, Colorado 81401 970.249.4300 | |

Stillmeadow Ranch Hinsdale County, COLORADO $5,995,000


ocated just 9 miles south of Lake City, Colorado is a slice of heaven unlike any other. The Stillmeadow Ranch is a fisherman’s paradise controlling both sides of the Lake Fork of the Gunnison River for almost one mile. Positioned in a majestic sun filled valley, the ranch is well protected with public land on 3 sides. The ranch features a 5,700 +/- square foot Norwegian Log home overlooking the lush 70 acre irrigated meadow to the north. Includes 5 acre fishing pond, detached garage/ shop, a newly remodeled 2,370 square foot caretaker’s home with a Morton machinery shop, direct year round county road access and a stunning views in all directions. This is a must see property!!!

x quarter circle bar Ranch Montrose County, COLORADO / $4,995,000


his 2,175-acre ranch is a combination of beauty, accessibility and history making it one of the finest ranch properties available. Having been in the family for 3 generations, it has been used for trophy hunting and for cattle and sheep ranching, the land has been well cared for. Its plentiful supply of lush grassy meadows, and native trout filled streams, springs and ponds are well scattered throughout the dense stands of Ponderosa, Aspen, Blue Spruce and Oak. The northern end of the ranch begins at an elevation of 7,940 feet and is a combination of Oak, large grassed meadows, Ponderosa Pine and Juniper. The midsection of the ranch is a combination of meadows, ridges and draws. Healthy stands of Ponderosa Pine and cliff lined benches. Moving to the south, the property constantly gains elevation to over 9,000 feet, large Blue Spruce and Douglas Fir trees intermix with the virgin Aspen groves and high alpine meadows. There are a number of densely wooded canyons with wildlife filled bottoms, productive springs and flowing streams running the entire length of the ranch. Just over an hour from the world class ski slopes of Telluride, and less than 30 minutes to shopping and the airport in Montrose.


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North Mountain Ranch San Miguel County, Telluride, COLORADO $10,995,000


ne hour from Telluride Ski Area, this 4,406 acre ranch has been owned by the Hughes Family for some 80 years. It is the epitome of Colorado cattle ranches with recreation amenities galore. The ranch features some of the best Elk and Mule Deer hunting in Colorado. Superb trout fishing at Miramonte Reservoir and highly acclaimed fly fishing in the San Miguel River all less than 30 minutes drive. Rugged yet accessible hills and valleys are covered with a mixture of Aspen, Gamble Oak, Colorado Blue Spruce, sage and grass filled meadows. Great views are in all directions with Lone Cone Mountain looming in your face with the 12,000-14,000 ft. Rocky Mountain peaks only a few short miles away. A modest, rustic cabin serves both as a cow camp and for the hunting lodge. Springs and ponds supply an abundant source of water for livestock and wildlife. Commercial air service, great restaurants, world class skiing and shopping all available at Telluride.

Arrowhead Alpine Ranch Gunnison County, Gunnison, COLORADO / $864,000


20 pristine acres located in the heart of the Alpine Plateau. 35 miles from Montrose and 45 miles from Gunnison. This high Alpine parcel is a combination of elevated Aspen and Pine covered building sites overlooking lush open meadows. Features include fantastic views of the West Elk and Ragged Mountains, national forest on 3 sides, a beautiful clear pond and alpine streams, direct seasonal county road access and underground electricity. Priced at recent 2009 comparable sales! LOAN EAGLE LAND BROKERAGE, INC.

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Cocolalla Creek Ranch Roberta Thompson | PO Box 550, Cocolalla, Idaho 83813 509.990.3456 | |

Cocolalla Creek Ranch Coeur D’alene Area, Sandpoint, IDAHO / $1,900,000

Spectacular North Idaho Ranch. 240 Acres with complete facilities for horses and cattle. Personal hunting and fishing paradise-Wild game abounds-Native Trout in creek-Timberlands. Secluded and remote yet close to town.

Cocolalla Creek Ranch is one of the finest properties available in the beautiful North Idaho panhandle. Consisting of 240 deeded acres, the property boasts ¾ mile of Cocolalla Creek frontage, fenced hay meadows, timber and plenty of room for its 3 homes, indoor arena and numerous barns and outbuildings. Miles of trails provide excellent hunting, fishing, riding and hiking experience. Bear, moose, deer, elk, as well as several species of game birds frequent this sportsman’s retreat. Cocolalla Creek Ranch sits just minutes away from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho and only 13 miles from Sandpoint, Idaho and Lake Pend Oreille. Sandpoint, Idaho was recently named the Best Small Town in The West and was honored in the Best small towns to retire by Retirement Places Report. Nestled at the base of the Selkirk Mountains in North Idaho's Panhandle region, the community of Sandpoint can be found 60 miles south of the Canadian border and 75 miles northeast of Spokane, Washington. With a population of approximately 6,000 residents, Sandpoint is located in a land of uncompromising natural beauty on the northern shore of Lake Pend Oreille. A spectacular, glaciated body of water 43 miles long, Pend Oreille is the fifth deepest lake (1,158 feet at its greatest depth) in the United States with 111 miles of shoreline. Its pristine waters are a major factor in the community of Sandpoint's high ranking as a premier tourist destination.


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This rare Idaho Gem consists of 240+/- acres. Included is 147.5 acres of Productive Forestland with miles of trails for four-wheeling, horseback riding, hiking, or just exploring, 59.5 acres of lush meadow land capable of grass production, 23.5 acres of sub-irrigated agriculture land for production of machine harvestable crops, 6.5 acres of rural residential in and around the numerous outbuildings and 3 one acre home sites. The ranch has already been split into ten (10) separate parcels. One of the homesites includes the 2,800 square foot main home with a sunken living room, maple floors, clear redwood ceilings and cathedral ceilings in the bedrooms, this 3 bedroom, 3 bath home overlooks the entire operation. Contact Roberta Thompson for more information at Photos by Linda Lantzy,


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WINDY HILL RANCH Madisonville, Madison County, TEXAS / $12,000,000


indy Hill Ranch is an easy drive from Houston or fly your plane to the Madisonville Airport. This is an exceptional recreational lifestyle property with improved pastures, fencing and cross-fencing, cattle working facilities and horse amenities, including a large covered arena facility. This ranch will support a cattle operation if that is your dream. Also produces top quality hay. There is a large whitetail deer population on the ranch and the fishing is easy on this 3,000 acres. Over twenty stocked ponds and large lake add to the enjoyment of the outdoors If you love to ride, there will be no finer place than here. The covered arena facility has a 275’ x 125’ arena, office space, apartments, and 16 stalls, holding pens for cattle-it is the finest facility in this part of Texas. There is a separate 10-stall center aisle barn with runs, numerous turnout areas, lighted cutting pen, walker and much more. At the end of the day, light the grill, kick back on the porch or by the pool of the comfortable brick home that sits on the hilltop and appreciate the lifestyle!

DOBBIN FARM Montgomery, Montgomery County, TEXAS / $900,000


he tree-lined drive welcomes you to Dobbin Farm. Atop the hill sits a 1,280 sq. ft. two bedroom one bath restored country home with large wrap-around porches. A beautiful eight stall center aisle horse barn offers a tack room, feed room, office area, and guest apartment. There are auxiliary buildings for hay and equipment storage. Improved pastures, rolling hills, sandy soil, turn-out paddocks, fenced and cross-fenced.

AUSTIN BRANCH RANCH Hempstead, Waller County, TEXAS / $925,000


nter through the private gate and meander through improved pastures and past the wooded seasonal creek. Improvements include a 2,412 sq. ft. three bedroom, two and a half bath ranch home, two caretaker homes, and a barn/ workshop. This property is currently a cattle ranch, although the perfect mixture of native trees, sandy pastures, four ponds, fenced and cross-fenced – this could be a great horse farm. Less than an hour from Houston.


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VONDEROSA FARM Hempstead, Waller County, TEXAS / $1,799,000


njoy Country Living at its Finest! Come see-you will not want to leave! This magnificent home on 42 acres is a step beyond excellence. A single story custom home 4,491 sq. ft. 3 bedrooms, 5 baths, media room, formal dining, home office. Open kitchen with granite countertops and travertine marble flooring. Living area has custom built-ins and stone fireplace. Master suite has peninsula fireplace and his and her bathrooms A climate controlled sun porch with outdoor kitchen, flagstone flooring and accordion doors that open to the outside. The 10-stall center aisle barn was designed for optimal handling of livestock, for you and your horses, offering beautiful custom 2-bedroom 2-bath apartment, feed room, tack room, and two large hay and equipment storage areas with overhead doors.


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Southern C's Farm Rockingham County, Summerfield, NORTH CAROLINA / $5,995,000

So beautiful you will never want to leave! A family's 27 year strategic assemblage, stewardship and sound investment has resulted in the

opportunity of a lifetime! 321 gently rolling acres with multiple residences bound by Troublesome Creek; within minutes of the Triad. The focal point of Southern C's Farm is the professionally engineered 13+ acre tree lined lake. The adjoining Pine Plantation of 10 year old investment Pines is intertwined with 20'lanes for riding, driving, and hiking. The primary residence represents a perfect union of form and style. Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, rich in character and style. The exceptional structure with open floor plan and dramatic glass radius walls enjoys a lake view. A Carolina Blue Stone Patio overlooks the landscape and design that comes alive with innovative plantings. Cultivate your own plantings in the state of the art Greenhouse. This breathtaking property has endless options as an Equine Facility or Ranch; Sports Retreat; Cultivation or Vinticulture Enterprise; Family or Corporate Retreat. A true sanctuary that combines function and luxury.


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George Harvey | 970.729.0111 |

Market Expert George R. Harvey, Jr. Telluride, COLORADO George received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the University of Arkansas in 1973 and obtained his Colorado Real Estate Sales License in 1984. He currently holds the designations and certifications of Accredited Buyer Representative, Certified International Property Specialist, Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist, Council of Residential Specialist, Graduate of Realtor Institute, Resort and Second Home Property Specialist, Transnational Referral Certification, Masters of Real Estate from the Colorado Association of Realtors®, NAR E-PRO and EcoBroker. Among George's many accomplishments, he is especially proud of having been voted twice "Telluride Realtor of the Year" 1993 and 2007 and served as President of the Telluride Association of Realtors®. He has regularly served the Colorado Association of Realtors® on its Executive Committee and was President of the Colorado Association of Realtors® for 2010. For 2012 he remains active serving as Chair of the National Association of Realtors® Resort and Second Home Committee; Vice Chair of the Realtors Land Institute Government Affairs Committee, and on the National Association of Realtors® Global Business & Alliances Committee . Furthermore, he is a member of the Realtors Land Institute, which specializes in land ranch sales; Unique Homes Luxury Real Estate Network; DuPont Registry’s Elite Agent Network; Barbara Corcoran’s Inner Circle; The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing; Associated Realty of the Americas; as well as FIABCI, the only international real estate organization endorsed by the United Nations. Since 1984, The Harvey Team has closed over 700 transactions totaling over $550 million in sales. George is Owner/Broker of The Harvey Team, and is assisted by his wife, Becky, with their boutique practice specializing in customized services for affluent sellers and buyers in the Telluride region. To read The Harvey Team’s “Telluride Real Estate Market Analysis: 2011 Perspective and 2012 Forecast”, click on the How’s the Market? tab at

The Refuge at Cornerstone Cornerstone, COLORADO / $3,250,000


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Lazy Dog Ranch Telluride, COLORADO / $2,650,000

Spectacular Overlook on Wilson Mesa Telluride, COLORADO / $3,950,000 THE HARVEY TEAM | 970.729.0111 |


OREGON LAND AND WILDLIFE, CABELA'S Real Estate Brokers and Ranching Consultants 1.866.559.3478 |

Crowl 5 Ranch OREGON / $825,000

Discover Oregon and the west in style. Plenty of room for your horses, all your toys and a second

family! This Stunning Country Victorian home affects you with a WOW as you enter the front door to a majestic 23 ft. lodge style authentic River Rock fire place and impeccably maintained with towering ceilings of cedar with exquisite custom oak detail throughout. Two master suites on the main side and full 2nd family setup on the other. There are two recreations rooms, inside shop, office and den. There is a Dual Covered RV building., room for several other RVs with full hookups, and three stall horse barn. The entire property is fenced, much with custom cedar. The list of amenities goes on and on. The 5.15 acre property has towering Douglas fir and the outside grounds are private and have a park like feel. Blacktail deer frequent the area and at times become dinner fair. Wes Walton 541.840.8685.

Klamath Cascade Ranch OREGON / $1,400,000

Great graze, feed, multiple stock water ponds

and Merchantable Timber….”You won’t find a better place for this price in Oregon!” The Klamath Cascade Ranch consists of 2,625+/contiguously deeded, dividable parcels, with Merchantable Timber and a substantial permitted Aggregate Pit, located in the heart of Klamath County, Oregon. The spectacular topography ranges from mature Pine and Juniper covered hills to large grazing meadows with water reservoirs and seasonal streams. The trophy Mule deer, flourishing wildlife, buffering farm lands and bordering BLM are not the only attractions this trophy property has to offer. It's also located within minutes of Klamath Lake, the largest natural lake in the Pacific Northwest, the Klamath Basins Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge and the only Arnold Palmer designed golf course in Oregon. This Ranch is one of the nicest recreational parcels you will find in Oregon for this price! Garrett Zoller 541.944.8821.

Noble Creek OREGON / $810,000

This property is a secluded tree lined valley with over 100 acres of fenced pastures and Noble Creek runs

through it. For the sportsman, you have a resident Elk and Deer herd, upland birds, salmon and steelhead. Owner LOP Tags provides for excellent hunter success. The property has barn, shed, shop and walk in Cold storage for game. A great guest house for clients, friends and family members! This ranch is located up stream on the Ten Mile lakes which boasts Salmon, Trout, and trophy Bass fishing opportunities. Lakeside is in the heart of the Oregon Dunes recreational area and Pacific Ocean boasting amazing crabbing and fishing. This 141 acre parcel is truly a hunters dream and the owner jokes that if you want an elk and don't get one, it’s probably because you forgot to buy ammo! Brad Schaffer 541.733.9727.


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Rock’n River Ranch OREGON / $1,295,000


nique hydro powered solar home is located off the grid and is tastefully designed with numerous upgrades. Enjoy outdoor dining on the large deck overlooking the mountains and the Middle Fork of the John Day River. This is a nicely treed parcel on 238 acres and has an abundance of water with year round creeks, pond, springs, lush meadows and pasture. A cozy hunting cabin sits on the backside of the property and borders Forest Service lands. What a great full time residence or weekend getaway for the outdoor enthusiast! Fishing, hunting and abundant wildlife—getting back to nature is what this offering includes, in addition to that quiet seclusion we all crave. Located behind locked gate with private bridge access off county maintained road in Ritter. Julie Mansfield-Smith 541.519.6891 or 541.934.2946.

Silvies River Ranch OREGON / $3,000,000 Reduced


he 1,955+/- deeded acres offers approximately 500 acres of irrigated pasture and additional out of the gate BLM grazing rights. The ranch is bordered by both public and private ground but remains very secluded due to the river valley terrain. In turn, this historic operating cattle ranch, is exceptionally situated with very limited access and proximity to an incredible amount of additional public grounds. With 10 miles of river, some of the best hunting in the state of Oregon and privacy that is second to none. The multiple tax lots, old homesteads and classic ranch house setting make the Silvies River Ranch a marker for which other ranches strive to be compared. Offered by Garrett Zoller 541.944.8821 or Timothy O’Neil 541.480.3682.

Twin Pines Ranch Rogue Valley, OREGON / $2,420,000


ocated in beautiful southern Oregon in a private valley, among the majestic mountains, sits this 321 acre working cattle ranch. Featuring 2 custom built homes, 1 studio apartment, a covered 130x250 fully lighted arena, and abundant hunting ground, this property is worth a look. Boasting a pool, hot tub, 2 RV hookups, gardens, and waterfall, this is an ideal atmosphere for entertaining. Complimenting the land you have the 2 equestrian barns offering 8 stalls with room to grow, 2 hay barns, 2 machine sheds with cold meat cutting rooms, and 80 acres irrigated with free water. Twin Pines Ranch has it all with Elk, Black Tail Deer, Bear, Cougar, and Turkey, you won’t go hungry! This is truly a turnkey operation and priced to sell at $2,420,000. Offered by Terry Hanscom 541.944.4738. OREGON LAND AND WILDLIFE, CABELA'S

Real Estate Brokers and Ranching Consultants | 1.866.559.3478 |


Linda Long | 541.891.5562 | Crater Lake Realty, Inc. 33550 Hwy 97 N/PO Box 489 Chiloquin, OR 97624 Office phone: 541.783.2759 |

Crooked Creek Ranch OREGON / $995,000

In the Wood River Valley at the base of Crater Lake

National Park and the Cascade Mountain Range, this private log home offers two stories, two bedrooms, two baths and covered decks. There is a quality garage, shop, 158.8 irrigated acres of pasture, ž mile of a crystal-clear trout stream that meanders through ranch and three deep, spring-fed casting trout ponds. A picturesque, timbered USFS ridge that borders the ranch offers habitat for elk, mule deer and bear. The historic roping arena and cutting horse facility with pens, stalls, bleachers, concession and cabins all tucked away in the pines complete this special offering.

Sullivan Ranch OREGON / $3,200,000


he Sullivan Ranch 4,689 acres farmland, timber and range. 1,050 MBF+/- of Pine timber & plantations, 5,550 gpm’s from three irrigation wells, 582 acres irrigated; alfalfa, grain, orchard grass, and pasture. Three hay barns, 1,000-head pipe feedlot, scale, chutes, stock well, four pivots, eight wheel lines, fenced and cross fenced. Historic 6 bedroom/2 bath, 2,436 square foot home, barn and shop. Private scenic Yonna Valley setting with southern exposure. Priced to sell at $3,200,000.

World-Class Fishing in the Wood River Valley OREGON

Near the gateway to Crater Lake National Park, this 1,124 pristine acres offer

approximately two and a half miles of the cold, clear, spring-fed meandering Wood River, and ideal habitat for trophy German Brown and Red Band trout. Irrigated pasture provides summer grazing for 600-700 yearling cattle while protecting riparian buffers. Snowcapped Cascade Mountains and the river provide spectacular private building sites. This unique one-of-a-kind property is offered in 3 parcels or as one at $5,900 per acre.


Williamson River Frontage OREGON / $645,000


njoy trophy trout fishing from your own 106 acres with 1,100+ feet frontage on the famous Williamson River! Cascade Mountain views, meadows, pines and aspen, make for several lovely building sites. Approximately 46 acres in organic pasture and hay. Miles of US Forest Service trails lie just outside the gate. Volume 3 . Number 1

Plum Valley OREGON / $750,000


his unique 160 acre valley sits against massive USFS ridge and abundant timbered lands. Irrigated meadows from high-volume well and sprinklers raise quality grass for cattle and horses. Five sculptured ponds add to the irrigation as well as offer dog training sites for owner’s retrievers. Acreage includes two legal, separate, buildable 80 acre parcels for family or friends!

Long Lake Ranch OREGON / $2,950,000 1,450 acres of peaceful high country meadows, waving grasses buffered by timbered ridges. Serenity in the wilderness, yet just 15 minutes to Klamath Falls and commercial air service! Lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath log home with huge rock fireplaces, slate patio, expansive decks surrounded by huge pines, native plants and lawn encircled by split rail fencing. View 6 miles to end of ranch with the Cascade Mountains for a backdrop! The irrigation well, grass & alfalfa hay plus cattle grazing show the history of long-time owner stewardship for this pristine setting, home of elk, mule deer, bear, other wildlife and birds of prey. Includes barn, corrals and older bunk house. Special find for $2,950,000.

The Famous Caddis Hole OREGON / $2,500,000


his classic Spring Creek fishery meanders nearly a mile through 212 acres. Crystal clear waters, cut banks, mossy logs and spawning gravels provide cover for the Brown and Redband trout from resident bald eagles. Riparian enhancement and protection is in place. This is the ideal retreat for the discerning fly fisherman, waterfowl hunter and horseback riding enthusiast. This section of the Wood River contains the famous Caddis Hole as well as 95% of the spawning grounds for trout from Agency Lake. Adjacent state forestry lands provide endless trails through forested ridges, home to elk, mule deer, bear and other wildlife. Lush, irrigate meadows find cattle grazing among numerous sculpted duck ponds crafted for training retrievers for owners and friends. The classic two-story home with oversized garage and outbuildings is perched above the river and meadows. This picture postcard ranch profits from incredible Cascade Mountain views, including peaks of the rim of Crater Lake surrounded by its own national park, all just a few miles from the ranch. Other prestigious fisheries of Oregon within an easy drive are the Williamson, Rogue, and North Umpqua rivers. Numerous high mountain wilderness lakes, rivers and streams offer uniquely diverse fishing experiences for all. Priceless, but available at $2,500,000. CRATER LAKE REALTY, INC.

541.783.2759 | | Linda Long | 541.891.5562 |


30 Years In Breckenridge Art Girten | 970.485.0572 |

SW Ranch Jefferson, COLORADO / $2,950,000 124 acres above the Tarryall River! Magnificence of the land is surpassed only by the improvements! Two homes of finest quality (New main home), Indoor Pool House, big shop/barn. Complete and total privacy, yet one hour to Breckenridge or Denver. Walk to fish in the river below. Wildlife abounds year round. Immense rock outcroppings, thick forests give this a park-like setting. No covenants or restrictions. Astounding!

Cover Mountain Estate Guffey, COLORADO / $2,899,999

Hilltop trophy home has inspiring peak views. 7,046

square feet, 5 bedrooms plus 6 baths. 90 minutes to Breckenridge or Colorado Springs. Many spring fed ponds and a mature, diverse forest cover this lush, alpine property. No restrictions or easements. A true retreat, in a stunning location. An estate home of the finest quality, enjoying complete peace and privacy. 273 acres.

Running Elk Ranch Fairplay, COLORADO / $1,500,000


rout Creek flows through the center of this very private ranch. 45 minutes to Breckenridge and two hours to Denver. two fully updated homes and a dozen restored, historic barns and outbuildings. Adjacent 25,000 acre State Elk Preserve is this ranch’s private hunting backyard. No restrictions or easements. This mountain cattle and hunting ranch is priced to sell and ready to enjoy now. 1,831 total acres.


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Saddle Mountain Silverthorne, COLORADO $1,250,000

A peninsula

of privacy on 142 acres! The Eastern Boundary is the wide Williams Fork River. The Western Boundary is Lost Creek. The two waterways join in 400 acres of rugged B.L.M. land nextdoor to the North. Deer and Elk abound. Fishing in the river down the hill. No covenants or restrictions. Trees, meadows, hills and views cover this undeveloped property. 30 minutes to Interstate 70/ Dillon, CO. 90 minutes NW of Denver. Easy access, utilities are on sight or close by.

WinterHawk Ranch Guffey, COLORADO / $999,999


lk and Deer migration corridors run through the middle of this remote 375 acre recreation ranch. An easy 90 minutes to Breckenridge or Colorado Springs. Two homes and four bedrooms for commanding views of nature and the Sangre De Christo Mountains. Adjacent State and National Forest lands are the private playground for the next owner. Four springs and a pond, the rolling land here is the perfect mix of forests and grassy meadows. No restrictions or easements. This alpine cattle and hunting ranch is priced to appeal. A real Rocky Mountain High.

Blue Sky Ranch Hartsel, COLORADO / $999,999


bedroom ranch home, rests on a hill with staggering views of hundreds of mountain summits. The land for sale protects this view for one mile below the house. 70 minutes to Breckenridge or Colorado Springs, near Buena Vista. Miles of fenced pasture with a stock well and livestock pond. Mature trees surround the home and the lowlands. A conservation easement is in place on the meadows, but does not impact the 90 acre homesite. Easy access to fishing, hunting and trails in thousands of acres of State and National Forest land nextdoor. 891 acres.


Art Girten | 970.485.0572 |


Jim Nerlin | 970.729.1444 cell | |

High Bluff COLORADO / $895,000

Perched high on Iron Springs Mesa only 30 minutes

from Telluride, this meticulously renovated log home on 39+ private acres overlooks some of the most spectacular scenery found in the world. 3,368 square feet of living space encompasses 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, great room, completely remodeled gourmet kitchen, office/library, lower-level den, workshop and mud room all surrounded by beautiful landscaping. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the great room capture stunning views of Wilson and Lizard Head peaks. 1,600 square feet of deck space provide the perfect place for outdoor entertaining. A newly constructed barn/garage/workshop with loft space is just right for all the ‘toys’ associated with Rocky Mountain activities and completes this mountain retreat tucked among mature Aspen and Pine trees.

Alpha Sierra Ranch COLORADO / $1,500,000


he Alpha Sierra Ranch South on Beaver Mesa represents one of the most compelling land offerings in the area. Comprising 300 acres, the Ranch includes extensive water rights, multiple lakes and 360 degree views. The vast majority of the mineral rights are owned by the Seller and no conservation easements have ever been taken out against the property. Home to a multitude of elk and mule deer, the ranch is consistently leased during hunting season. Agricultural zoning and able to be sub-divided. This unique property represents an ideal land banking opportunity.

McKenzie Springs Ranch Placerville, COLORADO / $975,000


his Green Home with solar hot water has a terrific well and a soapstone wood stove. The home has fabulous views of Mt. Sneffels and the lot is loaded with oak, aspen and meadows. Local crafted timberframe, plus R19 walls, R29 roof. The home has a charming interior with a 2 car garage. This is a fantastic priced home in McKenzie Springs Ranch. This property is equestrian friendly with access to thousands of acres of National Forest nearby. The home is also handicapped friendly. There are underground propane tanks and two storage sheds. The property currently has agricultural status.


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Colbert Ranch Dolores, COLORADO / $1,700,000


his exceptional 171-acre ranch is located in sunny southwestern Colorado, only 65 miles from downtown Telluride. The Colbert Ranch has been designed and operated as a breeding and training facility for performance horses. The center piece of the ranch is a 150’x300’ outdoor lighted arena with grandstands, return alley and ample parking. In addition there is a 20-stall heated barn with grooming area and attached living apartment. Colbert Ranch views are dominated by the surrounding mountains, although the private location is conveniently located off the intersection of Highways 145 and 184 to Durango.

Red Dog Ranch Placerville, COLORADO / $4,950,000

Fabulous 5-bedroom, 6.5-bath log and stucco home on 386 acres that borders National Forest. Intermittent stream and pond on property. This

property has pine, aspen and oak trees. The home has 360-degree views; both of the Sneffels Range and West to the LaSalles. Direct view of Lizard Head and the Wilsons. Energy-efficient with complete solar power system, with grid power backup. Also included is a barn, equipment storage shed and 3-bedroom, 2-bath ranch manager's home. JIM NERLIN

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Tyler Martinez, Owner/Broker | Bus: 530.529.6603 | Fax: 530.529.6605 Cell: 530.949.2956 | |

Bear Creek Ranch Inwood Valley, CALIFORNIA / $3,800,000


his 670 Acre ranch is beautiful, productive, but secluded, nestled in one of the least populated regions in Northern California's most pristine little valleys. Currently being beautified this is an amazing piece of land which offers views of the valley and ranges, many fresh springs, a lazy winding creek and breathtaking waterfall. Bear Creek Ranch is located just above the Sacramento Valley, in the rolling hills of Inwood Valley, just a short 20 minutes drive time from the small bustling city of Redding; with its fine dining, golf, shopping, entertainment, excellent medical facilities and commercial air service. Only an hour away from excellent skiing and other winter activities. The Sacramento Valley is an agriculturally-oriented mountain valley. The Inwood Valley elevations range to approximately 2,600 feet allowing for mild winter weather and cooler summers. Snow capped views of the surrounding mountain ranges Mt. Shasta, Mt. Lassen, and the Trinity Range. Sacramento Valley is one of the few places in California that truly enjoy four distinct seasons. The county road running through the valley makes for easy access to the ranch, with restricted access to a oneof-a-kind homesite with privately owned 200' waterfall and 75 mile views. The ranch is unencroachable and protected by Bonnie Craig Ranch, BLM and Seven Hills, providing security and helicopter patrol, or taxi, by Seven Hills with FBI and MET. The Platinum Wine Club Membership at Anselmo Vineyards, of course offers the only world class winery in Northern California with Michelin class restaurant. For the outdoor enthusiast; miles of pristine riding trails, rafting, fishing, winter X-Country skiing, snow machining. The valley contains a community of ranches, with many classic old improvements reminiscent of the earlier California. Improvements include three capped wells, two harnessed springs, assistance with permits and inspection. Brand new perimeter fencing was installed in 2009, for security and livestock, and a sanctuary landscaped in stone creates the perfect outdoor entertaining area, with walkways, landings and staircase to enjoy the falls. The ranch has the potential use, as CFOF cattle ranch, with its improved irrigated pastures of 67 acres with solid set irrigation, is capable of grazing 40 set of cow/


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calf pair's. Caretaking, pasture leasing, haying, and other symbiosis easily is arranged with Seven Hills plus oneyear complimentary TARS policy. There are two ponds for hydro turbine electric with hydro electric royalty of 12% running for 78 years with ENEL Corp. (average income $48,000 annually). This ranch would be ideal for a remote, isolated world class sport fishing and hunting lodge with 1.5 Miles private landscaped access to the pristine south fork Bear Creek, with two miles of private access to Bear Creek for native trout, and LoPreste Sport fishing pond for bass. Hunting is excellent and exclusive, with a good gene pool of trophy blacktail deer, wild bronze turkey, and a good number of quail. Bears and pigs are also present at various times. Access gained from the ranch into bordering National Forest gives a tremendous size and scope to the sportsman. Please get in touch if it interests you to have a look around, by air, on foot or horseback.


530.529.6603 |


Tim Bray | Chad Kimerer Seaport Real Estate Group 860.245.9200 |

Sporting Estate at Falls Creek Farm CONNECTICUT / $5,750,000


he Sporting Estate at Falls Creek Farm offers a once in a lifetime opportunity for the elite outdoor enthusiast to explore hundreds of natural horse riding trails, a challenging private 9-hole golf course, a world class equestrian facility, and hundreds of acres used for sporting, recreation and cultivation. This property is so beautiful, private and sublime, that you will never want to leave, and so complete, you won’t have to. Centrally located between Boston and New York City, and surrounded on three sides by Connecticut’s Pachaug State Forest, Falls Creek Farm is wrapped in a tapestry of New England charm that must be experienced. Overview: 350± acres, three large ponds and a stream, an equestrian center, both vegetable and perennial growing fields, 9-hole private golf course, beautiful main residence, indoor/outdoor entertainment area and conservatory, wine cellars, stone walled English garden, newly renovated guest lodge, a chapel, greenhouses, maintenance and storage buildings, and an additional duplex and two elegant homes to accommodate guests or staff.


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Equestrian Center: Falls Creek Farm is an equestrian enthusiast's dream. This renowned facility features a 26,000 sq. ft. indoor arena, which includes 100 horse stalls, lounge/restaurant, bleachers, announcer's booth, tack room, shower stall for horses, two storage rooms and a concession stand. The 15,855 sq. ft. main stable includes three sections; a heated section with 17 stalls, tack room and wash stall, 12 additional stalls blocked off by folding doors, and a 60 foot indoor round pen, dock and feed loft. Additional amenities to the center include 140 wood framed stalls, two outdoor arenas, multiple paddocks and several buildings for equipment and storage. Main Residence: With 8,939 sq. ft. of exceptional living space, this impressive structure offers a spectacular indoor/outdoor entertainment area highlighted by a 15 x 40 foot vanishing edge pool, full bar, conservatory and 1,200 sq. ft. patio overlooking a stonewalled English garden. Additional features include a luxurious master suite opening to a rose garden, three exceptional guest suites, multiple fireplaces, expansive great room, vaulted ceilings and a gourmet kitchen. Throughout the home, careful attention to detail and extraordinary design finishes exemplify quality and elegance at its best. To learn more about this incredible opportunity: Contact Tim Bray or Chad Kimerer at or 860.245.9200. Photos by Bill Brelsford and Chad Kimerer



Open Fences’ The Big 5 & More at Safari Club International, Las Vegas, Nevada, Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino February 1-4, 2012. Open Fences was deeply honored to be the first real estate entity in

SCI events are one of the most comprehensive and dynamic buying and

many years asked to participate at the Safari Club International (SCI)

selling markets available to game hunters under a single top, offering

event held in the first few days of February in Las Vegas, Nevada. The

guns, gear, exhibits, auctions, once in a lifetime hunts and safaris, the

experience was everything it promised to be featuring all things bigger,

finest artwork and everything else in between from hunting techniques

better and brighter which a hunter might write on a wish list. The sheer

to recipes for preparing wild game. If hunters had a dictionary, SCI would

volume of opportunities for one-on-one conversations with old friends,

be listed as a synonym under “necessary.”

new subscribers and a highly relevant audience will be resonating at Open Fences through the year to come and beyond.

Needless to say, Open Fences had a fantastic time and came home with a list of standouts from the event, by way of a nod towards the “African Big Five Grand Slam” trophy SCI gives to hunters of the Big Five—the hardest/most dangerous animals to hunt on foot in Africa: the lion,

By David Light, Publisher


African elephant, cape buffalo, leopard and rhinoceros.

boots are made to order with customized designs—including initials, trophy records; anything the customer can dream and we can tool is fair game for one of our boots…” Clients are invited to customize all the way down to the leather used, and exchange J.B.Hill leather for their own leather reclaimed from a hunt. The Big Five boot design is a special edition style featuring all five Big Five animals tooled into the leg of the boot. It is a gorgeous boot on its own, and clients have been making use of the idea to further personalize the embellishment. For instances, “one customer asked J.B.Hill to add a log into the scene, and then carve his initials into it.”That is just how they do it at J.B Hill Boots—specially made to order and whatever the customer may command.


One of the most exciting Big Five embellishments we saw was the “Special Edition Big Five Boot”from J.B.Hill Boots. We spoke with Diana Farmer in El Paso, Texas and asked her what made the boots so special, and she promptly replied, “Handcrafted and made in America—JB Hill


Arriving in July 2012, Eddie Bauer is launching a new line of hunting apparel, incorporating the time-tested attention to practicality and durability with the rugged good looks and wearable signature of the Eddie Bauer brand. The guide-tested upland hunting jackets, vests and gear are made with Eddie Bauer’s CORDURA® waterproof cotton duck fabric and are designed with pouches, pockets, comfort and flexibility. Each detail is fashioned with the hunter in mind. The styles are sharp and snappy, and wear from field to family room with equal parts function and comfort—definitely gear worth outfitting for a Big Five hunt. Volume 2 . Number 4


Jeffrey Nashan, owner and founder of Montana Watch Company, was fascinated by the history of early pocket watch manufacturing and his passion led him from restoration into design—which is a modest word for what he accomplishes. A Montana Watch Company timepiece is completely handcrafted in his Livingston, Montana studio and is an heirloom timepiece designed to last 10-20 generations.

Clint Orms craftsmanship is of such beautiful quality it is hard to think of the buckles he engraves as practical, utilitarian essentials to most wardrobes because every single piece is a work of art. He is a mastercraftsman, from the ground up, starting with leather in his father’s shop when he was 13 years old. His work is precise, ingenious and carries with it a special authenticity found only in a select number of craftsmen artists. All his buckles are legacy pieces and designed to last over a lifetime. Crafted from solid silver and gold, a Clint Orms buckle has the inexplicably satisfying weight of heavy metals and a patina, which only gets better with time. “What I like about the Big Five buckle in particular is that every time you pick it up, it has an impact on memory and tells the story of the hunt,” comments Orms in his soft Texas drawl. The limited edition Big Five buckle is startling in its intricacy, detailing the African game animals in a circular design; the two keepers and the tip are engraved to resemble elephant skin. It is Sterling Silver and only 100 were produced. Like most Clint Orms buckles, due to the intense detail of the design, every single buckle is finished in detail by hand. A Clint Orms buckle is a singular gift idea for any occasion, be it trophy, anniversary, retirement, birthday or even, as one attendee was overheard remarking, simply “a prized piece of wearable art...”

The watches are perfectly functional and yet completely out of this world fantastic. For instance, look no further than “The Maneater.” In 2008, Nashan teamed with renowned wildlife artist John Banovich to create a “Banovich Collection” of distinctive hand-engraved timepieces. A total of seven different artists contributed to “The Maneater.” Starting with a John Banovich painting, a second artist hand engraves the painting into miniature for the background of the face. Hand built in the “Highline Aviator” style; the watchcase is made in sterling silver with gold overlay. The solid gold, hand-engraved Bulino dial is detailed with a scrimshawed ivory acacia thorn pattern, which is repeated in the matting and again with gold filigree in the hand-tooled leather watchband. It is an absolutely phenomenal example of a very unique and truly “Art of Time” timepiece.

SCI was founded 40 years ago on two abiding interests—protecting hunters’ rights and promoting wildlife conservation. The SCI convention not only showcases all the exciting things the world of hunting has to offer, it also provides the funding for both SCI and the Safari Club International Foundation’s ongoing pursuit of cooperative solutions to help protect hunting and sustainable use wildlife conservation worldwide. For all hunters, outdoorsmen and people who value wild spaces and places, SCI events are not to be missed. In keeping with Open Fences’ forward momentum forging new bonds and establishing connections with a relevant network of qualified buyers and marketing partners, the encounter at SCI this year was a fantastic way to begin what is promising to be an increasingly good year and we will definitely be at the SCI event in Reno, Nevada in January 2013. Will you? David Light .



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