Advanced Filters
Reduced
$10,856,575  •  10,318 acres
$15,900,000 • Under Contract
Located on the southern edge of the Edwards Plateau just before the hills give way to the South Texas Plains, Piñon Ranch’s 10,318+/- acres are a fusion of the Hill Country and South Texas.  Dramatic topography, unspoiled vistas, and diverse plant species - including piñon pines!
$8,750,000  •  10,282 acres
Kimball Mountain Ranch is a 10,282± deeded acre mountain property located in the mesa country of western Colorado. This distinct holding is a contiguous block of unimproved land running nearly 7.5 miles in length and controlling the majority of Kimball Mountain. The ranch features a diverse blend of topography including lower valley benches with dramatic canyon walls and secluded timber valleys that rise to a long mesa bisected by a series of open parks and rolling ridges. While views of the property itself are striking, the top-of-the-ranch views of surrounding canyons, mountaintops and valley floors are truly inspiring. Kimball Mountain sits between two of western Colorado’s most notable hunting ranches and is home to trophy mule deer and elk as well as healthy populations of Merriam’s turkey, grouse, and black bear. Diverse habitat also insures healthy populations of raptors, song birds, and a host of other wildlife. The ranch is typically stocked with 40 pair or 80 yearlings during the 5-month summer grazing season. Kimball Mountain Ranch is located in western Garfield County between the town of Rifle and the city of Grand Junction. Year-round access is provided by paved and maintained county road just 13 miles north of Interstate Highway 70 and the historic ranching community of De Beque. Driving time to Grand Junction is an hour and Rifle is a 45 minute drive from the ranch. Vail, Beaver Creek and Aspen are all within two hours of the ranch, with Denver about 3.5 hours to the east. The Facts: ~ 10,282± deeded acres in single, contiguous block of unimproved land ~ Beautiful terrain with expansive views of surrounding canyons, valleys, and mountains ~ Diverse habitat with trophy mule deer and elk hunting in Colorado GMU 31 ~ Bordering BLM lands and notable private ranch with exceptional trophy game management ~ Average stocking rate of 40 pair during the 5-month grazing season ~ Excellent private internal road ~ Year-round access to the ranch via paved and maintained county road ~ Short drive to angling and rafting on the Colorado River ~ 13 miles from De Beque and 14 miles from the I-70 corridor ~ One hour drive to Grand Junction and commercial and private air service ~ 45 minute drive to Rifle and private air service ~ Less than two hours from Aspen, Vail, and Beaver Creek ~ 3.5 hours from Denver ~ Unencumbered by conservation easements
$7,750,000  •  10,202.7 acres
Located approximately 10 miles northwest of Lakeside, Nebraska, the Arapaho Ranch consists of 10,202.70± contiguous acres of sandhills grassland: 8,925± deeded acres and 1,278± State of Nebraska lease acres. The deeded acres include 1,500± acres of sub-irrigated hay meadows. Historically, the current owners run approximately 500 to 550 cow/calf pairs year-round in addition to 100 yearlings for six months. Improvements of the Arapaho Ranch include two houses; one being a 2,610 sq. ft., five bedroom, three bath home with basement and attached garage. There is also a 30’ X 100’ calving barn, and steel corrals. The ranch features 156± acre Snow Lake along with windmills, solar wells, submergible wells, and dams that provide ample water for livestock and wildlife.
Showcase
Contact for Price  •  9,700 acres
Meyers Springs Ranch-9700 acres History is sometimes an ephemeral concept, expressed in stories and songs, but not always something we can connect with in a physical, tactile way. The Meyers Spring Ranch in Terrell County, Texas, is the exception. This plus-or-minus 9,700-acre ranch has history on display. Walking among the real historical artifacts on Meyers Spring is an experience you won't soon forget. And in addition to these unique ancient sites, the ranch offers the very best of west Texas hunting and recreation, packaged along with quality improvements and excellent ranch infrastructure. Located approximately 45minutes south of Interstate 10 the ranch is accessed at the end of an all-weather county road through a gated entry. The Meyers Springs ranch is made up of two major sections: an 7,800 acre main parcel and a 2,000 acre game pasture. A good system of well-maintained roads provides access to all corners of this ranch. This area of Texas is characterized by sweeping panoramic views, a healthy variety of native brush, and excellent habitat for a variety of native and exotic game. The ranch has been managed for trophy deer, and the wildlife includes whitetail deer, mule deer, gemsbok, turkey, quail, dove, and the occasional black bear. But the real prize of this one-of-a-kind ranch are the unbelievable historical remnants of Native American Indians that inhabited this ranch for thousands of years. They left their metaphorical footprints all over the ranch -- most prominently in the form of incredibly well-preserved pictographs found on a bluff near Meyers Spring. These paintings have been studied extensively by archaeologists and historians from around the country, and the scenes are thought to tell the stories of their time, including images of European contact. The pictographs have been protected by the overhanging bluff, keeping them bright and prominent on these walls. Since water is such a valuable resource in this area, the ranch was also home to an outpost for black Seminole soldiers in the 1870s and 1880s. Massive amounts of water pour out of the walls into a man-made reservoir that contains thousands of gallons of spring water, as well as a variety of fish. A cornerstone of the dam is etched with the year of construction -- 1901 -- constructed by Lt. John Bullis, a hero of the Civil War who eventually commanded soldiers in this area of west Texas. This site is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and a plaque has been erected as a monument to that distinction. The canyon and spring are named for one of the soldiers that served under Lt. Bullis. The black Seminole scouts were known as the Black Watch, and they built a small fort near the spring, consisting of fifteen one-room adobe huts and two stone houses, one of which has been painstakingly restored to its original form. More modern improvements are located near the headquarters, including a high-quality manufactured home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. This home is perched on a high point with incredible views in every direction. In addition, a large barn stores implements and ranch gear. Nearby, two more bunk houses and a game cleaning station have been constructed. For easy access to the ranch, a hangar and two airstrips are positioned so that takeoffs and landings are possible no matter the wind direction. The main runway is 3,500 feet in length, long enough to support even larger aircraft. Ranch infrastructure includes eight water wells, 13 earthen tanks, 17 hunting blinds, and remote video monitoring systems for the deer feeders. This amazing property has so much to offer that it must be seen in person to be truly appreciated. Contact Duperier Texas Land Man for more information about Meyers Spring Ranch -- one of the most historic pieces of private land in west Texas. With agreeable terms. Seller would consider owner financing.
$8,957,300  •  9,580 acres
The Charco Largo Ranch is conveniently located a short drive south of Marfa, TX. Classic “Cattle County” of the Old West, Charco Largo Ranch is part of the Marfa Plateau, a mile-high desert grassland of basin range topography between the Davis Mountains to the north and the Chinati Mountains and the Rio Grande River to the southwest. The ranch has excellent groundwater and with a distribution of wells, pipelines and troughs, there is excellent water available throughout the ranch.
$10,000,000  •  9,535.56 acres
Under Contract
Diamond X Ranch is your classic California winter grazing ranch. Seclusion, privacy, rich with water, and vast open land you can see for miles on end, all in close proximity to popular city areas. Located in Tehama County, in the Vina plains, this 9,535 +/- acre ranch is just 20 miles to Chico or about 23 miles to Red Bluff. The ranch consists of mostly gentle terrain & rolling hills with great truck access due to the paved road around a good portion of the ranch. There is great short grass with strong feed and historical stocking rates of about 800 fall pair. No shortage of water as the ranch is watered from three strong seasonal creeks; Brush Creek, Singer Creek and Rattlesnake Creek, 5 reservoirs, and a water ditch from Deer Creek that crosses a portion of the ranch. At the headquarters, sits the 2,300 sq ft home, a bunk house and RV hookups. The 2,300 sq ft home has two bedrooms and two baths, an office, beautiful high wood ceilings in the living room and kitchen, a detached guest room, and solar panels. For the recreational enthusiast, there are deer, coyote, duck, and other predators. Duck hunting is in the winter with 4 duck blinds. Fishing is convenient as there is a deep bass filled pond right next to the home. Relax and unwind after a long hard day of work, as you sit out on the expansive porch at the main residence overlooking the bass filled pond into the ongoing distance of the Diamond X Ranch.
$2,500,000  •  9,436 acres
McCarty Canyon Ranch is an excellent recreational and working ranch located on the northern end of the Sierra Madre mountain range and equidistant from the towns of Saratoga, Baggs and Rawlins, Wyoming. With 9,436± total acres, including 1,160± deeded, 5,172± State lease, 3,104± BLM lease, there is plenty of room to explore, hunt and hike. Encompassing the headwaters of Little Savery Creek and McCarty Creek, live water meanders through the lush grass meadows and willows providing water for both livestock and wildlife. Used as a summer unit for many years, the hard grass puts excellent gains on cattle. The Ranch offers excellent mule deer, elk, antelope, bear and mountain lion hunting and direct access to thousands of acres of public land.
$7,000,000  •  9,310 acres
The Beaver Creek Ranch is situated 8 miles South of Baker City in Northeast Oregon. This is the first time offering of this ranch and it is priced to sell. The Ranch is balanced with over 260 acres of irrigated hay and pasture featuring good full season water and approximately 1.5 miles of the Powder River running through the ranch. The ranch runs South with native range pasture into a small amount of scattered timber on the upper end of the ranch. The owner has spent considerable effort establishing good stock water in the various pastures. Interior cross fencing and perimeter fencing is in great condition. Improvements include a nice home, barns, outbuildings, good corrals and livestock handling facilities; all of which are in great shape. All of the property is contiguous with the exception of a 2,000 acre pasture that is nearby, offering good spring, summer or fall grazing; you can drive the cattle to and from the main ranch. If you are looking for a ranch that offers good production with ease of management, this is it. Whether it is a cow/calf, yearling or a combination, the ranch offers that kind of flexibility. It has hunting and fishing, all of which could be further developed should one desire. We are very pleased to present this ranch. At a time when nearly all properties are obscenely over priced, this one is not. Please give us a call for further information. $7,000,000.
$5,100,000  •  9,246 acres
The Greer Ranch is located approximately 40 miles northwest of Lusk, Wyoming in Niobrara County and consists of 8,566± deeded acres, 640± State of Wyoming lease acres and 40± BLM leased acres for a total of 9,246± contiguous acres. The ranch is easily accessible off paved highways to county roads. The topography varies from rolling hills to miles of creek bottoms. The varied terrain provides a range of vegetation as well as natural draws and ravines that offer protection for livestock and wildlife. The ranch is very well watered with over five miles of live water from Lance Creek along with 15 submersible, solar and windmill wells. Interior fences have allowed the owners incorporate grazing plans to improve and enhance grass growth as well as improve weight gains on cattle. The grass is high quality with a variety of hard grass species, rich in protein content. The Greer Ranch has historically grazed 650± head of yearling cattle throughout the summer grazing season, or to run 250 cow/calf pairs year-round. Improvements include two modest homes, two sets of working corrals and numerous outbuildings. The Greer Ranch is a very good, hard grass ranch located in an area known for good gains and low overhead operation.
$30,457,930  •  9,155 acres
Gearhart RanchThe Gearhart Ranch has been in continuous operation as a cattle ranch since it was founded in 1890, and the values and traditions remain the same today as they were 100 years ago. Located 30 miles west of Fort Davis in Jeff Davis County, the ranch is included in the sky island ecosystem of the Davis Mountains, which benefits from higher than average rainfall for the region. Gearhart Ranch has all of the necessary improvements for running a successful cattle operation, with headquarters located near the Scenic Loop frontage and excellent interior roads throughout the ranch. Vegetation consists of productive grasslands and mesic habitat at higher elevations, and includes various species of large game animals and birds for wildlife enthusiasts. The ranch utilizes a holistic livestock management plan to preserve the integrity of the grasslands and enhance the soils with essential nutrients, and places great emphasis on protecting our natural resources. With stunning vistas, beautiful West Texas sunsets, and peaceful nights to observe the stars, Gearhart Ranch will capture your affection and remind you of simpler times. Offered in cooperation with James Sammons III of Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty.
$9,900,000  •  8,993 acres
Ringling Land and Cattle RanchHere is a well-located, easily accessed large cattle, hay and grain ranch with a positive net income and abundant big game and upland bird wildlife. The 8,993± acre Ringling Land & Cattle Ranch lies two miles east of State Highway 89 and the Ringling Bar and is approximately 58 miles northeast of Bozeman and its commercial airport. Its 386± acres of irrigated and 710± acres of dryland crop ground are currently leased for grazing cattle and raising hay and small grains. The net income is positive year in and out. Four ponds, one of 100± surface acres in size, are tied together by eight miles of year-round streams. These same lands are a wildlife magnet. Elk, deer, antelope and Hungarian partridge abound. There is one three-bedroom home and a rustic one-room cabin as well as a large barn and sheds.The Facts: 8,993± total deeded acres386± acres irrigated under two pivot sprinklers, 710± acres dryland crop, 408± acres improved pasture and 7,488± acres grazingPositive net income from grazing and crop leasesLarge numbers of elk during the fall season Good population Hungarian partridgeWhitetail deer and antelopeFour ponds – one 100± surface acres and another 25± acres8± miles of year-round streams including upper Sixteen Mile CreekOne residence of 3 bedrooms and 1 bath, one-room cabin, barn and sheds60% of minerals ownership2,500± acres under conservation easement with the Montana Land Reliance allowing one additional residence44± acre state sponsored Woodson Creek Wetlands Mitigation restoration and easement 
$6,800,000  •  8,953 acres
Continental Divide Trophy Elk & Cattle Ranch, Pie Town, New Mexico Located less than 10 minutes from Pie Town, New Mexico, north of Highway 60 in West Central NM lies the rolling savannas of the Continental Divide Trophy Elk & Cattle Ranch. The +/- 6186 deeded acres, continuous with +/- 2767 acre state lease, totals +/- 8953 acres. Its getting harder and harder to find these large holdings today. The Continental Divide Ranch is fenced and cross fenced and crisscrossed with a +/- 20-mile waterline with 20 drinkers. The ranch is a known trophy elk producer, located in BGU 12, being upgraded to a specialty elk unit in 2019. Unit 12 has documented bull elk harvested over 400 inches. The CDR southern border is BGU 13, a trophy elk unit. With regard to New Mexico's new scoring criteria, evaluating each ranch with a contribution score for habitat the following are needed. Minimum grazing, great water disbursement with 6 wells and excellent food plots checks the boxes for the perfect elk hunting & cattle ranch. In 2019 the ranch owner documented dozens of bull elk, hundreds of cows and also documenting several mule deer approaching the 200" mark. Bands of pronghorn antelope travel throughout the property. This area is readily accessible to Arizona, Utah, Nevada and California (all states that could take 10-20 years plus to draw an elk tag). Both mule deer and antelope tags in Unit 12 are unlimited for landowners. Pie Town NM, population 186, is an unincorporated town located at the intersection of Highway 60 and the Continental Divide. The town has held this special designation for close to 100 years since it was settled in the 1920's by a pie maker as a stopover for travelers. Pie Town hosts an annual "Pie Festival" the 2nd weekend in September every year, and was featured in Smithsonian Magazine in February 2005 and CBS Sunday Morning in 2015. It's 5 hours to Phoenix AZ, 5 hours 30 min to Tucson, and 1 hour to Springerville, AZ jet capable airport complete with rental cars. IMPROVEMENTSThe Continental Divide Ranch features a late model +/- 2000 sq. ft. modular converted to a permanent home with full length, covered, southern style porch. The home has a +/- 900 sq. ft. living area addition totaling 2900 square feet. The home is 3 bedroom/2 baths with a large pantry and laundry room. This low maintenance home has 2 pellet stoves and a gas fireplace. Single story living makes for enjoying your home and property well into your upper years as well as hosting elderly guests. Approximately an acre is fenced with the home. There's a separate fenced garden, 2 green houses and a fenced dog pen to compliment the headquarters. An insulated 40 x 60 shop with a rail system cleaning rack and walk in cold room, half bath and upstairs loft makes for an excellent storage area for your ranch toys and equipment. A cinder gravel drive accents the headquarters behind locked gate entranceway. The original headquarters are being torn down and removed, but a working 4 bay equipment shed is in place. WATER, ELK, CATTLEThe 6 wells (3 stock and 3 domestic) disperse water throughout the ranch, including a 20+ mile waterline that hosts 20 drinkers online & 9 dirt tanks. The ranch is fenced and cross-fenced into 2 halves and several smaller pastures allowing large sanctuaries with water & grass for elk calving and breeding. This philosophy has attracted hundreds of elk into the CDR. With neighboring ranches grazing cattle 365-days a year, 24/7, the sanctuary of the ranch confirms the large numbers of elk and mule deer calling the ranch home year-round. The CDR is one of the best-managed ranches in the area with abundant feed, sanctuary and water from corner-to-corner. The ranch documents elk into the mid to high 300's each year, with low to mid 300's the norm. The ranch for 40 years was run primarily as a cattle ranch, with elk production taken for granted. The new direction for the Continental Divide Ranch is primarily a trophy elk, deer and antelope ranch, with year-round cattle production as well. With the Continental Divide running end-to-end north to south on the ranch, excellent glassing and vistas prevail. The ranch terrain is gently rolling foothills, stands of ponderosa, pinion, juniper, mountain mahogany and oak. Native grasses and sage inhabit the meadows. The Continental Divide partitions The Continental Divide Ranch with grand vistas & glassing areas across the ranch. Large grass savannas intermingle among the timbered benches. An excellent road system compliments the ranch. Holdings of this size and price are all but a thing of the past. The ranch has been priced to sell at the list price of $1100 per acre. Call or email today for more information and a qualified showing on the Continental Divide Elk, Land and Cattle Ranch. Co-Brokers welcome. Note: In order to confirm a showing, financial verification is required. Thank you.
Showcase
$37,500,000  •  8,480 acres
This very productive, irrigated and dryland farm offers you 11,680 total acres (8,480 deeded with optional 3,200 leased). Located in western Nebraska, this is an area with highly sought-after farmland and may be one of the best, well-run farming practices on the market today. It offers abundant soft water (livestock-quality), excellent soils, good access to markets, 3-phase power, and well-maintained improvements. Seize this rare opportunity to obtain some of the nation’s most productive farmland, with 393,100 bushels of grain storage, 3 homes, multiple outbuildings, and much more.
$5,709,951  •  8,459 acres
The 8,459+/- acre Pecos Canyon Ranch is dominated by the river and the canyonlands that drain into it. It is really two ranches, split by the county road, with excellent new fences and entrance gates for privacy and security.
$9,950,000  •  8,455 acres
Wagon Box Spring Ranch is blessed with a combination of unique features that combine to make it arguably the finest trophy elk hunting ranch in Montana for its size. Consisting of 8,455± deeded acres plus a 640± acre State lease in a contiguous block south of Interstate 90 near Pompeys Pillar, the ranch also has a summer unit leased from the State and BLM about 30 minutes to the north which adds additional grazing capacity for the livestock operation. Located an easy 30 to 40-minute drive east of Billings, Wagon Box Spring has immediate access to all the amenities of Montana’s largest city. Yet it lies behind a locked gate surrounded by larger ranches. Unusual for this part of the world, it has extensive natural water resources with perennial Sand Creek passing through for four miles plus at least nine dependable developed natural springs. It also has five wells (three solar powered and two electric). Most of the ranch is steep to rolling pine covered foothills divided by riparian corridors where springs and Sand Creek create a lusher environment and by huge dryland hay meadows on the plateaus. It has been an elk ranch for 30 years and livestock are only utilized as a tool to manage the grasses for the wildlife. The buildings are located at the lower end of Sand Creek and include a comfortable lodge, manager’s house, an outdoor arena, a large multipurpose building, and cattle working facilities. In addition to being an extraordinary wildlife ranch, Wagon Box Spring is an outstanding horse ranch in some of the best year-round riding country to be found in the state. There is extensive potential to develop upland bird and waterfowl hunting as well as to even further improve the big game hunting. The Facts: ~ Location: 30 miles east of Billings south of Pompeys Pillar. ~ Acreage: 9,000± acres of which 8,455± is deeded. (640± state) ~ Improvements: Comfortable lodge, manager’s house and staff house plus spacious shop/barn/stable complex, large steel pipe arena, cattle facilities and 2,000 foot grass strip with hangar. ~ Operation: 300± acres dryland hay, 150 cows plus yearlings as needed. Primary activities: horses and trophy quality elk. ~ Wildlife: Large resident elk up to 380 class, mule deer, turkey and upland birds. ~ Water: 4 miles of perennial Sand Creek plus 10 strong springs, 5 wells. ~ Bonus (not included in above acreage): Ranch also has 3,680± acre BLM/State lease 30 miles north for additional livestock capacity. ~ Summary: Very private, nicely improved elk hunting retreat with modest-sized livestock operation. Arguably the best private elk hunting in Montana for its size.
$3,900,000  •  8,200 acres
Located 40 miles south of Miles City, Leidholt Ranch encompasses 7,720± deeded acres, plus 480± leased acres for a total of 8,200± acres that are estimated to run 250 animal units. This low-overhead grass Ranch has a good stock water network, a modest house, functional working improvements and a pivot-irrigated hay base along Tongue River. Leidholt Ranch combines an Eastern Montana grass ranch with quality hunting and fishing.
New
$9,950,000  •  8,200 acres
The Suckla Ranch is a true cowboy cattle operation ranch. Located in Disappointment Valley in Southwest Colorado, about 65 miles from Telluride, Colorado. The ranch is strategically placed throughout its 8,200± deeded acres and its 81,133± leased acres of forest service and BLM land, making for a highly successful operation. The ranch holds the sole permits on the forest service and BLM acreage, which is a rarity and asset to the ranch operations. The ranch’s vast acreage is made up of various topographies giving way to good winter and summer operating climates. It is approximately 15 miles from the winter camp in Disappointment Valley to the summer camp on the Glades, San Juan National Forest. The cattle are trailed to summer and winter range but never leave the ranch property, so no trucking is ever needed. The operations of the ranch have been skillfully thought out, leading to 60 years of good ranching. The calves are processed on the winter range when they come off the summer permit then weighed on the ranch scales and shipped out or weaned. If you choose to wean the calves there is a weaning fence between the fields, creating less stress on the calves. The ranch can be run by two good hands and occasional day help, making the cost per head much lower than most ranching operations. The corral work is done at a central location from branding in the spring to weighing and shipping calves in the fall. The acreage includes some irrigated land. The irrigated land surrounding the corrals is critical in this operation. The water comes from Disappointment Creek and is good until early July, giving the ranch one cutting of hay, approximately 300 round bales, and good pasture for the fall. The ranch is comprised of enough acreage that you never have to feed cows as there is enough pasture to graze. Improvements are spread throughout the ranch and leased acreage. The headquarters is in the valley, consisting of a 2,808± square foot ranch house, full RV hookup, 30 x 40 Quonset Shop, 40 x 50 workshop, 84 x 90 combination hay shed – equipment shed – calving stall – tack room, a full set of working corrals, and a pond filled with a good working well. At the working facilities for cattle and the hay fields, improvements in place are a 12 x 20 workers cabin/cook shack, certified set of scales, hydraulic chute, and calf table. In the mountain section of the ranch is a line camp with a 12 x 20 cabin. On the forest permit section of the ranch, where summer operations take place is a 1,326± square foot cabin, and the cabin is privately owned. Additionally, there is a bunkhouse, tack shed, and corrals. Other than the incredible cattle operation of the ranch that is already in place, the ranch offers other opportunities for growth and development. Located in Game Management Units 70 & 711, the ranch has a multitude of wildlife including mule deer, elk, bears, mountain lions, antelope, mountain sheep, and turkey. It also has bald eagles and wild horses for great viewing experiences. Giving way to other income operations such as hunting and recreational ventures. Recreational opportunities around the ranch are plentiful. The Dolores River is nearby, Telluride is 65 miles away with festivals in the summer and world-class skiing in the winter, Canyonlands National Park is not far for hours of hiking and ATVing. The sweet spot of the ranch is the very private setting, a cowboy way of life. Call M4 Ranch Group today for your private showing.
$5,900,000  •  8,180.33 acres
The opportunity to immerse yourself into some of the most beautiful country in Northern California beckons you from the grind of the business of living. Rich with water, natural beauty, interesting topography, privacy, and recreational activities is Green Valley Ranch. This stunning property encompasses almost 13 square miles of land between Stonyford and Elk Creek. Don your Stetson, mount your horse, and spend the day tending to your herd. In addition to the complete ranch headquarters are 7 year round ponds, 3000 foot frontage on Briscoe Creek, and two wells. Hunters will relish in black tail deer, Tule elk, bear, wild hogs, turkey, quail; while anglers must decide which variety of fish to catch from: largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, catfish, crappie, and bluegill. Tired of the demands imposed from modern society? This property is the antidote to the stress, hustle, and bustle. Come home to this ranch, take a hike, smell the fresh air, watch the sunset, and settle comfortably into the more relaxed lifestyle. This offering includes over 6 miles of Green Valley. This is a visually spectacular, breath-taking valley protected on the east by a weathered, ancient cliff formation, Gravelly Ridge, and then disappears seamlessly into the Mendocino National Forest on the west side. About one half mile of Briscoe Creek meanders through the northern portion of the ranch. The southern portion provides access to the ranch via County Road 306. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: 7 year round ponds 3000 ft frontage on Briscoe Creek on the northern end of the property Runs 200 pair for the season, 100 pair year round Fenced and crossed fenced Ranch headquarters 1500 sq ft, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home Barn Shop Corrals Modular home Guest cottage Recreational paradise Blacktail deer, tule elk, bear, wild hogs, turkey, quail Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, catfish, crappie, bluegill Hiking, ATV’ing, biking, horseback riding Varied topography Picturesque 4017.66 acres in Williamson Act Almost 13 square miles of ranch
$30,000,000  •  8,100 acres
With its combination of rugged South Texas brush and grassland savannahs, the Rancho Estrella, located 42 miles southwest of Hebbronville, is like two ranches in one. Encompassing approximately 8,050 acres in Jim Hogg and Starr counties, the ranch provides incredible hunting and superlative privacy for its owners and their guests. The Rancho Estrella is divided into four pastures: the Brush Pasture, the Front Safari Pasture, the Back Safari Pasture and the House Pasture. The exterior and interior fences are high to facilitate wildlife management. Miles of all-weather and quick-drying ranch roads provide easy access. Managed for wildlife for almost three decades, the Rancho Estrella is home to white-tailed deer, bobwhite and scaled quail, Rio Grande turkeys, javelina, dove and feral hogs. While quail hunting occurs regularly on the ranch, the native population has been supplemented with pen-raised birds to keep the numbers stable. In addition to healthy populations of native game, the ranch has a full complement of desirable exotics: sable antelope, scimitar-horned oryx, axis and zebras. The well-managed brush country habitat is supplemented with protein feeders as well as winter and summer food plots. The ranch has 24 protein feeders ranging in capacity from 1,000 to 2,500 pounds as well as 18 quail feeders. To facilitate hunting, there are 30 Atascosa deer blinds and 30 1,000 pound corn feeders strategically located throughout. In addition to wildlife, the ranch is well-suited for cattle. The new owners can choose to run their own herds or lease out the grazing for an additional income stream. There are two sets of cattle pens: one on the Brush Pasture and a newly constructed set that can be accessed from the remaining three pastures. Water for wildlife and livestock are plentiful. The Rancho Estrella has nine water wells; two of which are run on solar pumps and the remainder on electric submersible pumps. There are also four stock tanks, three of which are supplemented by water from the wells. The other relies on rainwater. Plus, there are more than 30 wildlife waterers scattered throughout the property. Rancho Estrella is designed to entertain large numbers of family, friends, colleagues or clients, providing opportunities for both camaraderie and privacy. The scope and scale of the facilities can handle special events. For instance, the focal point of one of the dining rooms is a 24-foot mesquite table. There are two separate compounds to house guests, one in the Brush Pasture and one in the House Pasture. At each location, there is a combination of a main lodge as well as apartments and casitas. The smaller quarters offer partial kitchens and private baths. The Brush Pasture Compound, which reflects the style and tradition of South Texas, also has a swimming pool and a series of common areas designed to bring people together. There is a master plan in place outlining potential expansion of the House Pasture. The owners home is located at the Brush Pasture compound. It is a four-bedroom, four-bath house with half baths attached to the kitchen and family room. While it is central to the compounds design, the owners home includes a separate wing where the family can gather privately. There are two modular homes for staff. The ranchs infrastructure is also designed to support ranch work and entertaining. For instance, there is a 10 x 25 walk-in cooler for storing game and kennels for housing the ranchs bird dogs. Guests can enjoy shooting skeet from both a high and low-house. A watch tower near the owners home provides a view of Mexicos Sierra Madre Mountains. The ranch has been both a hunting destination and a corporate retreat. If the new owner chooses, Rancho Estrella could easily be transformed into a commercial hunting operation. Brush country. Grassland savannahs. Camaraderie. Privacy. Rancho Estrella is provides an opportunity for the best of all worlds. To schedule a private showing and make Rancho Estrella part of your world, call Howard Hood at (830) 739-3815.
$5,877,900  •  7,837 acres
The Lazy H Ranch is a very rare offering of size, adventure, and an incredible & genuine West Texas cattle operation. This sanctuary from the outside world is approximately 30 miles from Midland, TX which provides friends and family the seclusion and tranquility beneath the beautiful West Texas skies while providing convenience and accessibility to the Tall City as well as the smaller local communities; such as, Andrews, TX. The amazing 12-section ranch is in the Heart of the Grasslands of West Texas. There has been no grazing of any kind for the last few years. The Lazy H Ranch is in excellent condition, being fenced and cross-fenced. All fences are in good condition at about 70%. Pastures are watered by windmills and concrete storage tank for ground troughs. Contact Broker, Caleb Matott at 432-349-3330 for your private showing. • No Cattle for the last several years • Big Grasses *Side-Oates Grama, Buffalo-grass, & Kleingrass • 4 windmills, 2 of them being submersibles • 8 water wells • Ranch House is gutted & ready for renovation • Old style cinder block horse barn and pipe corrals • This area is worldwide known for its Mule deer *Blue Quail, Dove, & Predators  • Easy access off HWY 181 (Oil field ranch roads throughout the ranch) • Above average fencing over most of the ranch. Barbwire fenced & cross fenced.   
$3,500,000  •  7,689 acres
Located in Upton, Wyoming, the Green Ranch is situated along State HWY 16, south of interstate 90, halfway between Moorcroft and Newcastle WY just on the western edge of the scenic Black Hills in Weston and Crook counties. The Ranch is mostly contiguous and totals 7689+/- acres, with 4632+/- deeded acres and the remaining 3057+/-acres are split between (480+/-) Private Association, (880+/-) State of Wyoming and (1696+/-) National Grassland leases. The Ranch is fenced with several gentle sloping productive pastures made up of native grasses, with approximately 700+/- acres of alfalfa/grass mix in the hay fields that average 1-2 cuttings/year depending on conditions. There are dry land and riparian areas in the low ground and pine tree covered hills and draws on the high ground that provide good cover and shelter for wildlife and livestock. There is plenty of water to be found in the winding creeks, numerous springs, ponds and reservoirs that help to provide good feed and makes for fat cows! Abundant wildlife can be found on and around the ranch including mule and whitetail deer, antelope, and occassional elk, along with upland birds and all the other Wyoming critters that come and go with this part of the neighborhood and could potentially add income to the ranch. The improvements on the ranch are practical and include a solid 3654 sq ft frame and brick house that has 4 bedrooms and 2 baths, a 5460 sq ft metal barn/shop for equipment and tools, a certified scale and scale house, two wells and an extensive pen and corral system that are all neccesary for a good livestock operation. There is also a RR communications tower lease that generates addtiional annual income for the ranch.The ranch is about 45 miles southeast of Gillette WY, and a 110 miles west of Rapid City SD using I-90. It also has great access from Thornton Rd to pavement along State HWY 16, with schools, services and supplies, all located just minutes away in Upton, Wyoming, "The Best Town On Earth"!
$14,000,000  •  7,677 acres
The Iconic Wrench Ranch forms the north boundary of the City of Sheridan with a history of being a legendary Polled Hereford operation. Straddling Goose Creek with fertile irrigated cropland and thousands of acres of shoulder rangeland. Not encumbered with an easement, opportunities like this are rare, a quality property with such an optimal location benefiting from transition land providing generations of upside. Blessed with abundant adjudicated water rights and with working improvements ideal for an equestrian estate or seed stock showcase. The Ranch consists of approximately 4,487+/- deeded acres and a Wyoming state grazing lease on 3,190+/- acres. The Ranch fronts over 3 miles of Goose Creek and together with the hay meadows hold approximately 940 +/- deeded acres of irrigated pasture or subirrigated riparian corridor to compliment the approximate 3,487 +/- deeded acres of shoulder range land. Two pivots, several side roll sprinklers, and flood irrigation distribute early priority surface and storage water. The ranch includes approximately 6 homes, 3 barns, 10 loafing sheds, and 3 equipment shops located at 6 separate sets of working improvements. This offering does not include the 490+/- acres of annexed city land that is also owned by the Wrench Ranch, this offering is for the operational ranch land only. To learn more about the offering of the development land visit TheWrenchRanch.com The town Sheridan, Wyoming is arguably the most desirable place to raise a family in the Rocky Mountain West.The ranch is strategically positioned in the path of the City’s critical infrastructure plan. The community is near the confluence of three interstate highways and has several commercial air service options. Wyoming is ranked as one of the top business and tax friendly states in the country. The Wrench Ranch represents a once in a lifetime opportunity for an investment Buyer that is looking for a large acreage that offers a unique value position.
$9,570,000  •  7,656 acres
The historic D Bar Ranch is a magnificent 7,656 +/- acre property in northern Coke County, Texas that has been owned by the same family since the 1950’s.
$3,149,304  •  7,410.13 acres
H Bar H is predominantly within the Bear Canyon drainage with steep hills, cliffs, and drainage along with grass covered flats. A road system gets you down to the river and around the ranch making this place private and extremely accessible. Seven wells with several watering troughs provide amazing water distribution for wildlife. The headquarters is a compound with an updated 3 bedroom/2 bath main house with a custom rock fireplace, hunter’s camp, barns and outbuilding.
|