Antelope Hills in Colorado Wellington, Colorado | County: Larimer | Acres: 196
The 196 + acres of Antelope Hills Ranch sits just a few minutes north of Fort Collins in a rural ranching area. The improvements were all completed in 2016 and done with great building standards. The main home is 3,800 square feet, nicely finished including a walk out unfinished lower level. Set away from the home is a 50 x 80 square foot barn. Inside, there is a 600 square foot nicely finished living quarters, fitness room, game room, bunk room and storage area along with a separate area with four-stall horse shelter and equipment storage or indoor turn out pen. Outside is another turn out pen and several cross fenced pastures for grazing. The native grass is wheat grass, buffalo and grama. Typically, the owners have grazed 40 head of stocker cattle each season.
Bear Wallow Ranch in Colorado Glenwood Springs, Colorado | County: Garfield | Acres: 2,600
The Bear Wallow Ranch is situated in the mountains of Western Colorado. It is comprised of 2,600 +/- deeded acres with forest service and BLM grazing leases. Positioned in a private valley west of Glenwood Springs, Bear Wallow Ranch is a rare opportunity to own one of the premier blocked-up and contiguous ranches on the Continental Divide. The ranch is ideally located in one of western Colorado’s most desirable and appealing areas. This 2,600 +/- recreation/cattle ranch boasts quality improvements, end-of-the-road seclusion, a five-bedroom three and one-half bath home, guest house, lodge, equipment barn, hay sheds, cattle handling facilities, senior water rights, numerous ponds, direct-private access to public land, abundant wildlife, and excellent hunting; all within an easy 15-minute drive to the very reliable Rifle/Garfield County Airport. Bear Wallow Ranch offers a unique opportunity to experience ownership of western Colorado’s great treasures, along with an opportunity for personal, family and corporate recreation and enjoyment.
Belmont Cattle & Hunting Ranch Crawford, Nebraska | County: Dawes | Acres: 993
Belmont Cattle & Hunting Ranch is situated in the northwest corner of Nebraska, this 993-acre ranch is comprised of high nutrient native grass pasture, Ponderosa Pine, rolling hills and deep canyons that provide excellent habitat for mule deer, whitetail deer, elk, turkey and other native wildlife. There is a small field of cultivated cropland in CRP. The ranch is very well watered with one windmill, two electric wells (one shared) and one pond.
Buttermilk Ranch in Colorado Delta, Colorado | County: Delta | Acres: 2,307
Located in western Colorado, southwest of Delta, Buttermilk Ranch is a diverse working cattle ranch with a total of 2,307 +/- deeded acres together with Forest Service and BLM leased lands allowing for an efficient 520 head “out the back gate” contiguous ranch operation. The headquarters parcel contains building infrastructure and irrigated hay lands. The mountain parcel contains high mountain meadows, upland grazing and canyons making it ideal for wildlife including deer, elk, bear, turkey and more. The ranch has excellent hunting as well as fishing opportunities. The mountain parcel borders both the Uncompahgre National Forest and BLM land, which offers mountain and valley views in all directions. Excellent water rights accompany this ranch and Roubideau Creek traverses through the headquarters parcel.
California Mariposa County Yosemite View Ranch Coulterville, California | County: Mariposa | Acres: 3,460+/-
Calling all Sportsmen, Ranchers, Developers, Nature Lovers, Land Bankers, Conservationists, Investors, Land Barons or Families seeking Fun. Expansive recreational ranch land in the beautiful California Sierra foothills with views into Yosemite National Park. This unique ranch comes with braggin’ rights 5.5 square miles of nature in fifteen contiguous deeded parcels. The Wild West meets world-class views. Unparalleled panoramic views across the breadth of California – from the Clark Range in Nevada to Mt. Diablo in the San Francisco Bay Area. California’s temperate climate and the ranch’s perfect situation ‘above the fog and below the snow line’ make this land usable year round. This mountain paradise is comprised of 3,460+/- contiguous acres with hunting, hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking, ATV-ing, horseback riding, raising livestock or exotics and prospecting for gold throughout the ranch. With the natural wonders of Yosemite, world-class rafting rivers and placid lakes for boating, fishing, and waterways for gold-panning all nearby this is ranch offering is an exceptional opportunity to own some of California’s most beautiful land for sale.
Carbon Peak Ranch in Colorado Gunnison, Colorado | County: Gunnison | Acres: 1,452
Carbon Peak Ranch is a spectacular sporting ranch property in the Ohio Creek Valley of Gunnison County. With 1,452+/- acres, the ranch lies at the base and includes part of Carbon Peak with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. The property is flanked by the Anthracite Range and the Whetstone Mountains and the nearby “Castle Mountains” perched within the West Elk Wilderness Area. The ranch features nearly a mile of Carbon Creek, a trout fishery that is heavily lined with willows and beaver ponds. Carbon Peak Ranch grades upward from its bottomland pastures and irrigated meadows into sagebrush uplands, aspen groves and dense stands of pine timber. The property has historically been a working ranch and is primarily now used for a variety of recreational pursuits and summer livestock grazing. The property is enhanced with ample irrigation and stock water rights along with numerous natural springs. Wildlife flourish on the property including mule deer, elk, moose, bear, sage and blue grouse as well as a variety of small animals such as beaver, badger and coyote. From a sporting ranch perspective, Carbon Peak Ranch is a mountain recreation mecca well suited for hunting, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, cross country skiing, biking, snowmobiling and 4-wheeling. The property is unimproved other than water developments, fences, corrals and an old residential site. There is plenty of open space on Carbon Peak Ranch for peaceful reflection and renewal, family outings or pure outdoor fun. The sheer beauty of the area with its mountain setting and views are true Colorado Rocky Mountain splendor.
Chalk Road Ranch in Wyoming Powell, Wyoming | County: Park | Acres: 455
Chalk Road Ranch is a premier irrigated farm and ranch located between Powell and Cody, Wyoming in a spectacular setting next to Heart Mountain featuring 455 acres with 200+/- acres under pivot and flood irrigation. This diversified operation has been set up for running livestock with pivots providing high-quality feed. Improvements include a shop with living quarters and a feedlot. There is excellent hunting with an abundance of upland game birds, deer and elk.
Christensen Stables in Colorado Broomfield, Colorado | County: Adams | Acres: 6.15
Christensen Stables is a very successful boarding and training facility situated in a highly desired rural area in Broomfield, Colorado. The 6.1 acres is licensed to board 48 horses and is at full capacity with a waiting list. Indoor and outdoor arenas, round pen, 35 box stalls, 10 with runs and 9 outdoor paddocks with shelters. All have automatic waterers. Large turn-out pasture areas. Tack rooms, office, kitchenette, wash bays, heated grooming areas and trailer parking. Updated 2,000 square foot home with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, family room, deck with views of the stables, attached garage and country landscaping with a BBQ area and fire pit. All is very well maintained. Proforma available to qualified buyers.
Cobb Creek Ranch in Colorado Guffey, Colorado | County: Park | Acres: 2,890+/-
The Cobb Creek Ranch has been owned and operated by the Campbell family since 1934. The ranch consists of 2,889.98 contiguous acres located in southeastern Park County about 43 miles southwest of Colorado Springs. Historically it has been used for hay production and livestock grazing. Vegetative cover consists primarily of evergreen trees, aspen groves, gamble oak, sub-irrigated meadows and grasslands. The ranch has some of the best elk and deer hunting in the area and it is common to see herds of elk from 125 to 300 head. Impressive views of Pikes Peak the surrounding mountains and rock outcroppings can be found on this beautiful ranch.
Colorado JKB Ranch Retreat Villa Grove, Colorado | County: Saguache | Acres: 160
JKB Ranch is a spectacular mountain retreat/center located on 160 acres in south-central Colorado between Salida and Alamosa. The land is a private inholding surrounded by BLM lands with nearby access to National Forests and Wilderness areas. The property has variety of natural landscapes including rock outcroppings, Aspen groves, Gamble Oak, grass pastures, bisected by Peterson Creek, a spring fed live water creek and amazing views of the Sangre De Christo Mountain Range. While originally built in 1995 and operated as a youth leadership center the property would serve well as private or guest lodge for hunting and recreation along with other guest services including guest retreats, weddings, reunions and other lodging related services. The property has extensive facilities including a large log lodge, two residences, five cabins, large horse barn with workshop & tack room, equipment garage, recreational/fitness center, chapel and storage facilities.
Comanche Creek Ranch in Colorado Kiowa, Colorado | County: Elbert | Acres: 2,400 +/-
The Comanche Creek Ranch is a ranching operation encompassing nearly 2,400 acres bisected by Comanche Creek. Currently operated as a livestock operation utilizing native grass pastures along with farmland for additional grazing and feed production. A backgrounding operation is also in place. The underground water rights have been adjudicated and three large capacity well permits are included allowing for pumping up to 1415 acre feet of water from the Arapahoe and Laramie Fox Hills aquifers which enhance the capabilities for a wide variety of other uses. The ranch provides a mixture of native pasture grasslands among the gentling rolling hills and cropland along the Comanche Creek bottomlands.
Cotterel Equestrian Farm in Colorado Sedalia, Colorado | County: Douglas | Acres: 398+/-
Bordering Highlands Ranch Backcountry Wilderness, just three miles north of Sedalia, Colorado, Cotterel Farms is a 398.68-acre property featuring gently rolling terrain at an elevation of 5,835 feet, with frontage on US Highway 85. High-quality, 18-stall modern horse barn with 7,685 square feet and two 1,952-square-foot caretaker’s homes, is currently used as a polo horse training area. Cotterel Farms offers many possibilities as a horse training/boarding property, equestrian estate with multiple building sites, conservation easement candidate, or a prime development opportunity.
CR4 Ranch in Colorado Berthoud, Colorado | County: Larimer | Acres: 313+/-
The 313+/- acres of CR4 Ranch lies at the base of the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in a rural area of Berthoud, Colorado. There are two spring-fed seasonal creeks and two large ponds, with no improvements other than fencing, and it is surrounded by rural acreages varying in size. With views of the front range mountains, the property would be perfect for a private cattle and horse ranch or prime development property to split into smaller parcels.
Crystal Peak Ranch in Colorado Florissant, Colorado | County: Teller | Acres: 35
The historic Crystal Peak Ranch consists of 35 acres in Florissant, Colorado. This equestrian property can produce income by being used for boarding horses. Improvements include three homes, barns with stalls, arena, and fenced pastures
Davis Brothers Absolute Multi-Parcel Auction in Texas 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.