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.
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.
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.
Currant Creek Valley Ranch in Colorado Canon City, Colorado | Acres: 191
Currant Creek Valley Ranch is a scenic mountain recreational ranch and hunting land ideally located northwest of Canon City, Colorado, in a beautiful rural valley setting. The ranch consists of 191 +/- deeded acres and approximately 1,000 acres of BLM land plus an additional private grazing lease. The property is very diverse with pastures, meadows, rugged mountains and creek bottoms, all making for great recreational and ranching opportunities. Ranch improvements include a very nice brick ranch home with four bedrooms and two baths. One of the best deer hunting ranches in the county. Currant Creek a seasonal creek runs through the ranch providing irrigation water, stock water and provides an excellent habitat for wildlife.
Indian Creek Ranch in Oregon Harper, Oregon | County: Malheur | Acres: 22,200
Located in southeastern Oregon, the Indian Creek Ranch is comprised of approximately 125,200 acres with approximately 22,200 acres of deeded lands capable of running mature animals year-round. This ranch has excellent water characteristics with a number of deep-water fishing lakes, numerous creeks and springs as well as plentiful irrigation water. Recreation is a highlight with Rocky Mountain elk, mule deer, and world class upland game bird hunting. Indian Creek Ranch offers a large resource with agricultural and recreational elements present.
Kansas Rock Creek Ranch Grassland - SOLD Douglass, Kansas | Acres: 7,870
Rock Creek Ranch is one of the finest Flint Hills ranches on the market. Located in south central Kansas near Wichita, Rock Creek Ranch is a productive ranch with the benefit of hunting, fishing and lodging. Rock Creek Ranch is the culmination of an assemblage of two historic ranches, the Brown Ranch and the Santa Laura Ranch along with other additional purchases. The property consists of 7,870 of native bluestem grassland and hayland together with cultivated lands for feed production. The ranch has extensive improvements for cattle handling, feed storage and employee housing. The main home/lodge is a 1930’s vintage estate in a very private setting and located along a 30+/- acre lake. The home is adorned with a natural limestone exterior and is the focal point of the improvements. The property is in a high state of cultivation with an intensive replacement female production program in operation.
Montana Lazy CA Ranch - SOLD Jackson, Montana | County: Beaverhead | Acres: 2,925
Located in the beautiful Big Hole Valley of Southwestern Montana, This Montana ranch for sale comprises 2,925 acres of irrigated, sub-irrigated and timbered ranchland. The ranch adjoins the Beaverhead National Forest and holds the grazing permit on Miner Creek. The ranch has excellent valuable water rights and numerous ranch improvements. The Lazy CA offers one of the most beautiful ranch settings in Montana with both tremendous resource capabilities and recreation possibilities. Wildlife and fishing in this area is second to none. Rarely does a ranch that has been held by the same family for over 100 years come on the market.
New Mexico Pierce Ranch - SOLD Roswell, New Mexico | Acres: 423
Set in the heart of cattle country in Roswell, New Mexico, the Pierce Ranch has been in the family for several generations. The ranch is comprised of 423+/- deeded acres with 5,380 +/- acres of BLM and 1,545 +/- acres of state lease. The macho draw runs though the middle of the property, offering great hunting opportunity along with the ability to run cattle. This is an opportunity to own a ranch that is ready for cattle in an area that has not been grazed in over a year.
Oklahoma Grounds Farm & Feedlot Optima, Oklahoma | County: Texas | Acres: 480
Grounds Farm & Feedlot is a unique property in the Oklahoma panhandle consisting of a total of 480+/- acres. Approximately 124 acres are irrigated farmland and 244.75 acres are enrolled in the CRP program. Improvements on this farm include a 6,000 head cattle-handling facility along with a beautiful Victorian main residence, manager’s residence, one-bed/bath apartment, shops, and several barns.
Shadden Farm in Texas Stratford, Texas | County: Sherman | Acres: 1,870
The Shadden Farm is a very productive farm in northern Sherman County of the Texas Panhandle will give a new owner several options. The diversity of cattle, corn, wheat and cotton give this irrigated farm a lot of appeal. The property is easily accessible with a paved road on the north side and lays between two great agricultural communities of Stratford and Texhoma.
Texas Baum Farm - SOLD Dalhart, Texas | County: Dallam | Acres: 1,005
The Baum Farm contains approximately 1,005 +/- acres of a very good mix of native grasses with a gentle rolling terrain. Currently there are 910.8 acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program paying $32,971.00 per year. This current contract will expire in the fall of 2017. The farm is located 15 miles north of Dalhart, Texas on Hwy 385, one mile east to the southwest corner of the property.
Texas McClellan Farm Texline, Texas | County: Dallam | Acres: 796
Major Price Reduction! The McClellan Farm consists of 796+/- acres in the northwest corner of the Texas Panhandle. Located approximately 11 miles south of Texline, Texas. In Dallam County, the farm offers opportunities for corn, wheat, and milo production. The current owner also utilizes a cow/calf operation to maximize his farming operation. Improvements include a new home, corrals, and a large shop for working and storing equipment.
Wyoming Sundance Ranch - SOLD Sundance, Wyoming | County: Crook | Acres: 16,750
Located in north eastern Wyoming under the shadow of Inyan Kara Mountain and adjacent to the Black Hills National Forest, Sundance Ranch offers a substantial holding in one of Wyomings most attractive locations. The property, consisting of roughly 16,750 acres with 9,754 deeded, offers a commercial scale ranching operation that will provide positive cash flow from operations. The ranch is operated by bringing in pasture cattle on a rental basis. The ranch benefits from a variety of income sources from pasture lease income, farmland crop share income and hunting fees. Historically, the ranch operated as a 500 animal unit operation. The ranch is a haven for wildlife with elk, deer (mule and whitetail), antelope, wild turkeys, grouse and others in addition to trout fishing on Inyan Kara Creek. This property has been owned by the same family since 1907 where the Smith family cared for and added to the holding over five generations. The area is highly sought after and filled with rich history including Indians, U.S. Calvary, frontiersmen, pioneer settlers, outlaws, cowboys and modern ranching operations. These and other factors make Sundance Ranch a high quality ranch holding.
Absolute Auction Pecos River Ranch Retreat New Mexico - SOLD Ysidro, New Mexico | 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.
Antone Ranch in Oregon Mitchell, Oregon | County: Wheeler | Acres: 36,663
The Antone Ranch, located 100 miles east of Bend, Oregon is a legacy recreational ranch consisting of approximately 36,663+/- deeded acres in a large private block with exceptional water resources, including live water creeks, numerous fishing lakes and irrigated lands. With the Spanish Peak as its backdrop, the topography ranges from timber covered slopes, grassy hillsides, steep canyons and large irrigated meadows. The ranch has an elevation range of 6000 feet down to 2600 feet with over 10 miles bordering the Ochoco National Forest allowing for diverse wildlife habit. The pristine mountain 85+/- acre Rock Creek Lake provides unique recreational opportunities ranging from water-skiing to trophy trout fishing. The 14 miles of Rock Creek ribboning through the ranch and multiple lakes boast excellent fishing opportunities. Improvements include multiple homes, shop facilities, paved runway designed for business class jets and multiple building sites. The ranch supports a year round Angus based cow herd of over 665 mature animals, working recreational horse herd, alfalfa grass hay operation, and an extensive pine forest of 10,846+/- acres.