AUCTION - A. B. Hudson Estate Electra, Texas | County: Wichita | Acres: 26,867
The A. B. Hudson Estate consists of 26,867 remaining acres of ranch land located in northcentral Texas near Wichita Falls. The ranch properties lie in the heart of big Texas ranch country and are in excellent condition. The area is growing in popularity for hunting/recreational pursuits due to its proximity just over two hours from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The fences and corrals are excellent and the water is very adequate. Long time tenants currently lease the ranches for grazing and a qualified outfitter leases the hunting rights. The ranch lands will be offered in 22 tracts and combinations subject to a minimum reserve of $440 per acre for the surface only.
Best Ranch Auction Electra, Texas | County: Wichita | Acres: 3,921
Discover this extraordinary opportunity to own one of the last true classic Texas cattle operations in the heart of big ranch country. Located in the Central Great Plains Eco-Region, the Best Ranch – as it is locally known – is comprised of 3,920± acres overlooking Lake Diversion. This ranch shares fence lines and borders the legendary 514,000± acre Waggoner Ranch.
Davis Brothers Absolute Multi-Parcel Auction Perryton, Texas | County: Ochiltree | Acres: 1,280
The Davis Brothers Family Absolute Multi-Parcel Auction is an offering of 1280+/- acres of dryland farm ground which will also include all of the owned producing minerals. The property will be offered in two surface tracts being approximately 640 acres each as well as two corresponding mineral tracts which the family believes they own all of the minerals. Buyers will have the opportunity to bid on individual tracts, combination of tracts, or buy the property in its entirety.
Fortune Ranch Gardner, Colorado | Acres: 10,557
The Fortune Ranch consists of 10,557 deeded acres plus 6,200 leased acres offered in total or six individual parcels. The ranch is located on the eastern slope of the majestic Sangre De Cristo mountain range in the beautiful Huerfano Valley. The ranch features everything from lush irrigated hay meadows to high mountain pastures and alpine forests. According to the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) the Fortune Ranch can handle approximately 325 to 350 animal units, in an average year, depending on range management and annual precipitation. The Fortune Ranch offers fishing on approximately three miles of the Huerfano River, which runs through the Red Wing and the Higby parcels, and hunting for elk, deer, antelope, bear, and big horn sheep. The Fortune Ranch has magnificent views from most parts of the property, and provides endless opportunities for hiking, horseback riding, four wheeling, snowmobiling, and dirt and mountain biking. There are currently three surface leases in effect for outfitting and cattle grazing.
Pecos River Ranch Retreat Ysidro, New Mexico | County: Sandoval | Acres: 1,616
The Pecos River Ranch Retreat has over 1,616.34+/- acres of usable and scenic land featuring roughly a mile of the winding Pecos River and views of Rowe Mesa and the Pecos & Rowe Valley. The northeast portion of the property borders BLM and state land offering additional access to the Santa Fe National Forest. The land is gentle rolling with mature piñon and juniper trees, ponds, meandering cow creek, as well as flat grasslands and an arroyo running through the property. The property includes a diverse set of improvements and infrastructure, offering a total of 70,000+/- square feet of living and event space. The property is fully fenced, offers accessible roads, horse stables, adobe houses, casitas, swimming pool, tennis court, commercial kitchen & dining hall, five private wells, gravity fed water storage tanks, an air landing strip and storage/maintenance facilities. The entire property potentially offers many uses. It could be a sizable river ranch, or updated and used as a grand recreational retreat, educational facility, or other commercial venture.
Sunny Valley Ranch Byers, Colorado | County: Arapahoe | Acres: 5,260
The Sunny Valley Angus Ranch is a diversified farming and ranching operation encompassing over 5,260 acres of deeded and state leases with capabilities that allow for a wide variety of other uses. The ranch has served as both a commercial and registered cattle operation as well as a horse operation. The property could be operated as a commercial scale operation for a variety of livestock such as cattle, sheep, goats, or lamas. Also, the operation could be expanded into recreation opportunities such as a hunting/wildlife operation with cash lease income from agriculture operations. The ranch provides a mixture of pivot-irrigated meadows, open pasture and native grass, dry land farm ground, gently rolling hills, and creek bottom which create a great setting amid the property's exceptional improvements.
Texas Scrappin' Valley Hunting Lodge Near Jasper, Texas | County: Newton | Acres: 11,213
TIN, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of International Paper Company is selling Scrappin' Valley hunting lodge, formerly owned by Temple Inland. Come experience the serene, natural beauty of East Texas at the Scrappin’ Valley Wildlife and Research Area. Situated on approximately 11,213 +/- contiguous acres of woodlands, Scrappin’ Valley preserves the rustic feeling that is true to the region, yet is refined with many of today’s modern amenities, such as a conference center and lodge. Guests can relax in the main lobby of the lodge and enjoy picturesque views overlooking the lake and forest, or retreat to one of the 19 double occupancy rooms, each featuring a private bath. Scrappin’ Valley is also a working forest providing fiber for wood and paper products, while serving as a sanctuary for native Texas wildlife. Outdoor activities include trap and sporting clay ranges, rifle and pistol ranges, fishing and hunting.
West Divide Creek Ranch Silt, Colorado | County: Garfield | Acres: 1,920
The R Bar Quarter Circle Ranch an 1920-acre livestock operation, is a lush and surprising find as you drive into the sprawling green valley with wide-angle views; located in the heart of productive agricultural country south of Silt, Colorado. An area still dominated by long-time traditional ranching families. A well improved ranch, it is situated at 6,700 feet in elevation, the location is never lacking for sunshine and displays 360 degree panoramas of rolling pastures, hills and mountains. This is an opportunity for a cattle or horse operation with the added recreational benefit of excellent hunting and access to public land. The ranch features everything from lush irrigated hay meadows to mountain pastures and forests. According to the NCRS there are 344 acres irrigated hay ground allowing the ranch can handle approximately 325 to 350 animal units. Offering excellent hunting for trophy mule deer, elk, bear, turkey. The ranch has magnificent views from most parts of the property, and provides endless opportunities for hiking, horseback riding, four wheeling, snowmobiling, and dirt and mountain biking.