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$29,800,000  •  12,350 acres
Beartooth Ranch is one of Montana’s reputation ranches known and respected throughout Montana’s ranching community. Currently owned by the founder of Montana Silversmiths and previously owned by actor and director Mel Gibson, the ranch has had a grand history as one of the state’s largest purebred Angus operations under Mel Gibson and previously as one of the earliest adopters of embryo transplants in the purebred industry. Always known as the “Beartooth Ranch”, this 1,000 animal unit operating ranch consists of over 12,350 deeded acres and 1,000± acres of lease situated in the heart of the Stillwater River Valley just five miles southwest of Columbus. The center of the ranch lies in the valley floor and consists of hundreds of acres of productive irrigated meadows and four miles of protected riparian corridor along the Stillwater River punctuated by multiple small spring creeks that provide open water year-round. Adjacent to this rich central corridor, the ranch runs up through the breaks and pine foothills on both sides of the valley to offer huge expanses of lush, well-watered summer pastures and hundreds of acres of improved pastures. The wildlife and fisheries on this diverse ranch are extraordinary beginning with nearly four miles of “Blue Ribbon” quality trout fishing and moving to huge populations of mule and whitetail deer plus very good and improving elk numbers. Pheasants, waterfowl and upland birds are at home here as well and their numbers are only limited by judicious seeding of grain crops and predator control. Improvements include two comfortable homes, indoor riding arena, and complete shops, barns and other operating facilities – ideally set up for a 1,000 AU operation. In summary, this is a virtually all-deeded contiguous operating ranch in a prime location looking up at the dramatic Beartooth Mountains – Montana’s highest – offering, in addition, a complete package of recreational amenities from big game and birds to a quality fishery. The Facts: ~ Location – Five miles southwest of Columbus and 45 miles from Billings. ~ Acreage – Approximately 12,350 deeded acres plus 1000± acres of leases (primarily State and BLM). ~ Acreage Breakdown – Currently estimating over 400 acres of irrigated land. Balance is native range with large areas of improved pastures that are normally cut for hay. ~ Improvements – Two comfortable homes plus extensive shops, barns and small indoor arena originally set up for a purebred operation. ~ General Operation – This is a well-balanced operating ranch estimated to support around 1,000 animal units. Currently, the owner leases out the various components of the ranch. ~ Wildlife – Because of its lower elevation, Beartooth offers a diverse selection of wildlife from huntable populations of elk, deer, waterfowl, pheasants, and other upland birds to smaller mammals, raptors and extensive birdlife. ~ Fishery - It is unusual to have both trophy quality elk and trophy quality trout on the same contiguous ranch. With nearly four miles of both sides of the Stillwater, Beartooth Ranch can make that claim. ~ Conservation Easements – Less than 17 percent of the ranch is encumbered by a conservation easement. The balance of the ranch would be a major candidate for a conservation easement. ~ Summary – A balanced and well-located historic 1,000 head working ranch with a complete set of recreational and scenic amenities.
$7,000,000  •  12,073 acres
Beautiful Cattle Ranch located in the Lush Wolf Mountains. Rich soils and abundant water provide for highly productive dryland grass for healthy livestock.
$7,000,000  •  12,073 acres
Located in the lush Wolf Mountains of south central Montana between Sheridan, Wyoming and Billings, Montana, the Thompson Creek Ranch spreads across some of the prettiest country in the state. The ranch is rich in history, as General Custer marched across the property just hours before the Battle at Little Big Horn. Home of the Crow's Nest where they camped the night before. The rich, deep loam soils extend to the top of the Wolf Mountains and contribute to some of the best lush Montana grasses, chokecherries, wild plums, pine trees and aspen groves The property is located on the Crow Indian Reservation which have always had and maintained positive, productive relationship with the Crow Tribe and neighboring land owners. The property is surrounded on 3 sides by state highways and is easily accessed from all directions. Highway 90 runs north and south on the west side of the property, Highway 314 runs north and south on the east side and Highway 212 runs east and west to the north of the property. The property has an abundance of stock water that is fed by many natural springs, wells and a handful of major creeks that run approximately 80% of the time. The Big Thompson Creek, Little Thompson Creek, Davis Creek and Reno Creek run across several miles through the major portions of the property. There's a reservoir that holds water, and more reservoirs can be built in addition to the wells that can easily be reached at a depth of 60 ft. There are currently 4 wells servicing the property. Combined with the 16-22 inches of annual precipitation, there has never been a need for irrigation. The 7,073 deeded acre ranch has been owned and managed by the same family for 75 years. Included are an additional 5,000 acres of very consistent, stable, leased tribal acres which are transferable to the buyer, and managed by a land office in Hardin, MT. For the past 16 years, the ranch has run 2500-3000 summer yearlings. The average daily gain has been 2 lbs/head/day. About 100 cows are run with 200-600 calves wintered in the meadows. Yearlings are put on the grass beginning mid-May and starting September 1 into October, 6 semi loads are weighed and shipped. Very little sickness and death loss have been experienced and the sellers have never had to move the cattle early due to a shortage of water or grass. 500 acres of hay meadows, (18) produce approximately 750 tons of hay per year. The main home is beautiful ranch with a walk-out basement that is built with solid log construction and is approximately 4000 Square feet. It is beautifully designed with 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. There is a fireplace in the Living Room which showcases the presteen Wolf Mountain landscape through the family room window. There is plenty of room on the front deck to sit and enjoy the scenery, as well as a spacious deck out the back covering the full, walk out basement. The original home that was built in 1942, still exists just across the way and boasts 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, as well. There is a Bunkhouse which hosts 1 Bedroom and 1 Bath; a 24' x 40' Metal shop with concrete floors and an open faced machine Shed. The horse barn was built in 1980 and was once considered the largest in Big Horn County, and still houses over a dozen horses, not including the milk cows and thousands of bushels of grain. The perimeter 4-wire barbed fencing as all been rebuilt and has been exceptionally well maintained, along with the internal pastures. Shipping Corrals, panels, cattle guards, etc., anything not fixed is negotiable. The closed town is Sheridan, Wyoming, which is an easy 60 miles drive south on Highway 314. With a petite population of 17,806, Sheridan, WY is considered the Jewel of Wyoming. Filled with a wealth of cultural, historic and recreational opportunity, it is the epicenter of northern Wyoming for festivals and events. Not only is Sheridan rich with history, the beautiful Big Horn Mountains provide the perfect backdrop to its "old west" charm and modern hospitality. There is excellent Bird and Antelope hunting on the property and the Wolf Mountains provides spectacular habitat for sharp-tailed grouse and Hungarian partridge. Wild pheasants are found near the concentrated small grain agricultural areas, while Merriam's turkeys are found throughout agricultural and forested ponderosa pine habitat. Waterfowl hunting can be tremendous along the Bighorn River corridor and adjacent agricultural fields, with concentrated populations of greenheads and Canada geese found throughout the fall hunting season.
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$5,400,000  •  12,000 acres
$6,300,000 • Under Contract
The Farmer Ranch is one of the original farming operations developed in the Van Horn area is now a working cattle and hunting ranch set within the vast scenic landscape of far-west Texas. The majority of the ranch consists of gently rolling high-desert grasslands, draws and flats with spectacular views of the towering area mountains, providing for excellent hunting opportunities.
Contact for Price  •  11,792 acres
Southeast Texas Hunting and Cattle Ranch The WR Nash Ranch has been under the same ownership for over 100 years and has never been available for purchase until now! The raw natural beauty of the WR Nash Ranch is in its rolling prairie of lush grass and the hardwood bottoms of the Brazos River. This property offers unlimited opportunities to create the ranch of your dreams while serving as an attractive investment.
$23,165,560  •  11,400 acres
UPDATE: The adjoining High Point Ranch mentioned in the video is no longer on the market. Over the years, the Land Doctors have seen a lot of land and because of that, it takes a lot to leave us awe struck. In a few special spots, nature makes us feel small and most of those places are national parks. Another one of those locations is the Land Doctors latest listing, the Canadian River Ranch. This 11,400-acre ranch is a diverse contiguous block of land with no public roads through it. Just viewing the property is a true expedition, as you can spend the entire day riding trails and still never see it all. To put it in a slightly different context, its over 17 square miles in size. If you looked at 1000 acres per hour it would take 11 hours to just drive through it. This ranch gives us an insight into what life was like a century or two ago before everything was broken up and fenced off. It makes you check your fuel gauge twice and pack a lunch before you head out. It is one of those rare places where you can look in every direction as far as you can see, and it all belongs to you. This place hasn't been fully tamed yet, it still has a wild edge to it that makes you feel fully awake and aware of your surroundings. In addition, it is as close to true isolation as you can get in a location that is only an hour from Tulsa, 90 minutes from OKC and three hours from Dallas straight up Highway 75 and the Indian Turnpike. If you have an airplane, it is an even shorter trip as the ranch has a 3000 ft long by 40 ft wide FAA registered runway (FAA OK04). As a state, Oklahoma has 11 distinct ecological regions and this ranch feels like it has every one of them. The ranch exhibits a tremendous amount of diversity from huge hardwoods and towering short leaf pines along the creeks, and tallgrass meadows in the openings to post oaks and blackjacks on the ridges. Three beautiful creeks drain into the North Canadian River as it runs along the northern boundary of the property. Parts of the ranch have a western feel with huge views across wide grassy valleys to distant slopes that feature a scattering of lonely trees on the point of a ridge. Other portions feel like the Deep South with huge hardwoods and beautiful creeks. Turn the corner and a distant pasture reminds you of the plains. It never gets boring. A portion of the property is high and there is some cross fencing in the pastures. Outside of that, there are miles and miles of trails through vast tracts of timbered hills unencumbered by any man-made barriers. The north boundary of the property features approximately 1.5 miles of North Canadian River frontage just 10 miles upstream of Lake Eufaula. This would serve as the perfect spot to begin a day long float trip. The entire 4-mile length of Piney Creek is located on the ranch. Limbo Creek weaves on and off the property with over 4.5 miles running through the ranch. Shell Creek also starts on the ranch and runs through it for 1.3 miles. Wallace Creek runs south from the ranch while Gar Creek cuts across the northeast corner. A peak in the center of the property stands at almost 1000 feet and from there the land drops 300 feet in elevation as it slopes north to the river. The views are captivating in the daytime and unbelievable at night as the Milky Way is clearly visible without the interference of urban lights. Ancient petroglyps are known to be along the creeks and we will be seeking them out this fall. The next owner will not be the first steward owner attempting to wrangle this land. The Hawkins mansion stands at the precipice of a tall ridge overlooking the valley below. As you walk out on the top balcony and take in the scene before you, you can imagine the ambition of the family that built this once impressive home out of Oklahoma sandstone in 1934. The next owner will be a person who has overcome many difficult obstacles in life to realize great achievements. The revival and management of this property will add to that legacy and serve as a capstone project leaving a long-lasting mark on this historic property. The following color coded subdivisions of the property are now available for purchase: Purple - 5634 acres Green - 3670 acres Red - 1549 acres Orange - 439 acres Yellow - 120 acres This property is now part of a federal bankruptcy proceeding and will be subject to a stalking horse bid process. A brochure on how this process works has been attached as a document. In summary, we are seeking a fully qualified buyer to make an initial, non-contingency offer on the property. Once this offer is submitted, it will serve as the opening bid (stalking horse bid) on the property in an auction that will be held approximately 30 to 45 days later in bankruptcy court. The details of the stalking horse bid will be advertised to other prospective bidders. If the stalking horse bid isn't the high bid in the auction, then the stalking horse bidder with receive 2% of the gross sales price at the closing of the property for having served as the stalking horse. If you have any questions or would like to discuss this property, please call Kelly Hurt at 580 421 7512. If you have any questions about how the bankruptcy proceedings would affect the manner or timing of a transaction please contact Heather Milazzo at 646 381 9207 or email her at HMilazzo@
$28,220,000  •  11,288 acres
"What dreams are made of!” is the best description for the +/-11,288 acre Broken Butt Ranch of Rio Arriba County, New Mexico.
Contact for Price  •  11,200 acres
11,200 ± Acres Old West town with 16 one-bedroom suites Saloon-style main lodge 7,000± sq/ft Charlie III house & additional houses Adventure camp with 10 cabins, 2 bathhouses, pavilion 800-Seat amphitheater & outdoor venue Commercial kitchen & banquet hall Numerous native & exotic species Stunning views from Gobbler’s Knob
$22,000,000  •  10,955 acres
The highly improved 4M Ranch is a world unto itself with an incredible suite of world class improvements including a 5,000 ft paved runway, crushed rock roads, headquarters complex, and set out miles away on a limestone perch sits a truly remarkable 10,000 sq/ft home with infinity pool peering down at the 4 miles of Lower Pecos River frontage below.
$23,204,950  •  10,793 acres
The Spring Creek Ranch, owned by the same family for nearly 80 years, is now being offered for sale. Comprised of 10,793± acres of deeded land with predominantly native tallgrasses in the heart of the widely known Kansas Flint Hills, this ranch is a combination cow/calf and stocker cattle operation that was designed to operate at a very efficient level. The ranch has excellent cattle handling facilities and in addition to beef production, the ranch also offers diverse recreational opportunities, some of which can appreciably affect the bottom line. Beautiful Spring Creek runs through the ranch for over seven miles, providing numerous areas of fertile cropland, hay meadows, and stands of hardwood trees in and around the rock-bottom creek with pools of fresh, clear water. There are over 47 ponds and lakes throughout the ranch, including the 70-acre Big Lake and the 14-acre Niles Lake, plus Cabin Lake where the native stone lodge sits on the water’s edge.
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$9,897,500  •  10,700 acres
$14,737,500
With stunning views, outstanding hunting, star filled night skies and first class improvements, Rock Canyon Ranch is a true gem located where the Trans Pecos, the Hill Country and the Brush Country come together in Val Verde County. At about 10,700 acres with sweeping valleys and awesome ridgelines, Rock Canyon is in an elite group of large high quality Texas ranches. This ranch boasts some of the finest native and exotic game hunting in the area, with both high fenced and low fenced pastures. Location: The ranch is located in northern Val Verde County near Loma Alta and approximately 40 miles South of I-10 and Sonora and 40 miles north of Del Rio. The ranch has frontage on both sides of Dolan Creek Road, a county maintained road, and is approximately 6 miles west of Hwy. 277. The property can also be accessed by PR 1900, which provides deeded easement access to the northern side of the ranch from Hwy. 277. Wildlife and Hunting: The ranch contains approximately 5,100 acres under high fence; divided into several distinct pastures with highly improved whitetail genetics and trophy exotic game. The remaining low fence portion of the ranch offers excellent white-tailed deer, other native game and free-range exotic hunting, including trophy Aoudad. Abundant Dove and Rio Grande Turkeys can also be found throughout the ranch, not to mention quail, the occasional Black Bear and varmints typical for the area. Exotics include Axis, Black Buck, Aoudad, Addax, Red Stag, Fallow, Bison, Scimitar Horned Oryx, Red Lechwe, Gemsbok, Wildebeest, Zebra and various species of Sheep and Ram. Improvements: Main Lodge: The 7,000 +/- square foot Main Lodge located in the southwestern portion of ranch was completed in 2011 and sits atop a high point on the ranch with tremendous views. This lodge provides extremely classy, yet practical and comfortable, accommodations for year round enjoyment and entertainment. The main entry opens up into an amazing 22 foot vaulted ceiling great room with dining, bar and lounge areas (complete with saltillo tile, granite countertops, a huge rock fireplace accented with quartz cave rock, shuffleboard and pool tables). The lodge contains a modern commercial kitchen with all the amenities you would need to serve any number of guests. There are a total of 10 bedrooms located in two corridors extending from each side of the great room. Each bedroom has its own bathroom and HVAC controls. Gun rooms are located at the end of each hallway. The back patio is a perfect relaxation spot with a large outdoor kitchen, fire pit, hot tub and entertaining area. Owner’s Home: The Ranch Owner’s home (built in 2007 and remodeled in 2011) is a 2100 sq. ft. 3 bedroom/2 bath rock home located on the north side of the ranch at another high point with great views. This home is in excellent condition, with the existing home having been remodeled and updated.. The house features an open floor plan with large front and back porches, a three car garage and an irrigated lawn. A short distance from the owner’s home sits a large barn and equipment shed with a workshop, carport, RV storage, horse stalls, turnout pens, tack room, office, small kitchen and restroom. The enclosed RV storage is 20’ x 50’ with drains in the floor and a catwalk along each side for cleaning and maintenance access. Roads: One of the most important components of any large ranch are its roads. The Rock Canyon Ranch features an impressive road system with over 40 miles of heavily improved ranch roads providing easy access throughout the property. Other Improvements: A 4/2 Ranch Manager’s house; 70’x30’ barn with a carport, game cleaning station, electric hoists and walk-in cooler; 7 feed silos; feed trailer; skeet range; 30 deer blinds, 30 corn feeders, 29 protein feeders; hay barn, multiple sets of livestock working pens; exotic breeding and handling pens/facilities and bump gates or electric gates throughout the ranch. Water: One of the things that is immediately noted on a tour of the ranch is how well watered the ranch is. There are 14 water wells, an extensive array of water troughs and wildlife/stock tanks located throughout the ranch providing great water distribution for both wildlife and livestock. The wells serving the lodge and houses are connected to water storage and filtration systems. The ranch has a beautiful all rock dam located in the upper reaches of Robinson Draw that was built in the early 1900s. A valuable water pipeline system is in place that can serve over 32 water troughs/game watering stations and 10 wildlife/stock tanks located throughout the ranch. Topography, Terrain and Habitat: The ranch consists of diverse terrain, with over 300’ of relief, ranging from majestic hills with fantastic views to rolling rangelands and wide canyons and valleys providing excellent wildlife feed and cover. Harrison Hill, which is believed to be one of the highest points in all of Val Verde County, is located on the ranch. A variety of oaks, junipers, Pinyon Pine, Mesquite, lush native grasses, diverse brush species (including Texas Kidneywood) and other flora typical of the 3 eco-regions represented on the ranch can be found throughout the property. Other Notable Features: In addition to fantastic hunting, livestock grazing and general relaxation opportunities, the ranch offers endless options for hiking, bird/wildlife watching, stargazing and other outdoor adventures. Impressive amounts of Native American artifacts can be found throughout the ranch. Rock Canyon Ranch is also one of a dwindling number of ranches in the State over 10,000 acres. The peace and tranquility of being on a property like this is impossible to describe. Minerals: Portions of the ranch have State Classified Minerals and the rights associated with those minerals will convey; otherwise, sale is surface only. The ranch is not leased and there is no production at this time. Access Easements: Several adjoining landowners have access easements from Dolan Creek Road through a small portion of the ranch. Other: Seller is willing to consider financing a portion of the purchase price with a significant down payment; call for further details. Asking Price: $10,833,750 ($1,012.50/ac) The information contained herein has been gathered from sources deemed reliable; however, Republic Ranches, LLC and its principals, members, officers, associates, agents and employees cannot guarantee the accuracy of such information. The information contained herein is subject to changes, errors, omissions, prior sale, withdrawal of property from the market without prior notice, and approval of purchase by owner. Prospective buyers should verify all information to their satisfaction. No representation is made as to the possible value of this investment or type of use, and prospective buyers are urged to consult with their tax and legal advisors before making a final determination. Real Estate buyers are hereby notified that real properties and its rights and amenities in the States of Texas; Oklahoma; and New Mexico are subject to many forces and impacts whether natural, those caused by man, or otherwise; including, but not limited to, drought or other weather related events, disease (e.g. Oak Wilt or Anthrax), invasive species, illegal trespassing, previous owner actions, neighbor actions and government actions. Prospective buyers of Texas real estate, New Mexico real estate or Oklahoma real estate should investigate any concerns regarding a specific real property to their satisfaction. When buying investment property the buyer’s agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property listing to the prospective real estate investor in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at sole discretion of Republic Ranches, LLC.
$7,750,000  •  10,202.7 acres
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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.
$10,000,000  •  10,005.4 acres
The 10,005- acre Hoff Ranch features oak grasslands and plentiful country for cattle grazing and recreational activities. The ranch sits at approximately 250-1500 foot elevation. It has varied terrain from the rolling hills covered in oak trees to the flat pasture lands. Hoff Ranch is located about 37 miles west of Red Bluff, CA, and approximately 154 miles from Sacramento, CA. The ranch is nicely water by ponds and a seasonal and blue line creek. Cattle are brought in early December and taken out on the first of June, running 550-700 cows for the season. This is high-value grazing land that could also serve as an outdoor getaway for hunting, fishing, horseback riding, and hiking activities. There is an off-grid manufactured home with a metal roof, barns, corrals, & solar. This is an excellent opportunity for a classic winter grazing ranch or a sportsman's retreat. In the Williamson Act. Hoff Ranch is contiguous with 4,194 +/- acre Hunter Ranch.
$8,900,000  •  10,000 acres
Clear Creek Ranch is a 1,000± head mountain cattle ranch that operates on 10,547± deeded acres and a single permittee Bureau of Land Management grazing allotment that covers 48,370± contiguous acres and supports 2,995 animal unit months. The ranch is located in the Grass Valley 15 miles south of Winnemucca and connects to Interstate 80 by way of State Highway 294. The ranch controls virtually all of the water in Clear Creek, one of the longest year-round streams in the northern Great Basin. Clear Creek is fed by snowmelt and sustained during summer months by 80 published springs and many more unpublished springs. Water from Clear Creek is stored in three impoundments at the mouth of Clear Creek Canyon and delivered by gravity to six center pivots that irrigate 790± acres. Clear Creek produces reliable flows into the summer (the lowest recorded flow rate was 1.15 cfs/538 gpm during the drought of 2003) and is supplemented by two irrigation wells later in the season. These wells respectively produce between 1,300-1,500 gpm and 1,800-2,000 gpm from 150 feet to 200 feet. Grazing on the ranch’s deeded pastures and associated BLM allotment is all contiguous and private. This is an efficient one-hand operation, with outside help only necessary during farming and hay harvesting. Improvements are also efficient with steel pipe corrals, hydraulic squeeze chute, digital scale, and manager’s home. In addition, the ranch features a 600± square ft, two-story, hand-pealed log cabin that is located in a secluded spot in Clear Creek Canyon. Built in 2001, this high-quality, well-built structure is off-grid with outdoor plumbing. Clear Creek has been rated as a blue ribbon trout stream with the opportunity to catch trophy class rainbow and brook trout, while the irrigation ponds support a robust population of largemouth bass and provide additional fishing opportunities. The ranch is also home to mule deer, mountain lion, bobcat, quail, chukar, and Hungarian partridge. The Facts: ~ Located 15 miles south of Winnemucca on State Highway 294 ~ 58,820± total, contiguous acres including 10,457± deeded acres and a 48,370± acre, single permittee BLM grazing allotment with 2,995 AUMs ~ Estimated year-round carrying capacity of 1,000 animal units typically running yearlings until January and selling excess hay ~ Nearly five miles of Clear Creek plus three irrigation storage reservoirs, each over two acres ~ 790± pivot irrigated acres with 500± acres of senior rights from Clear Creek dating back to 1870 ~ Two irrigation wells pumping between 1,300-1,500 gpm and 1,800-2,000 gpm from 150 to 200 feet ~ Residential improvements include a high-quality 600± square foot log cabin, a single room log cabin adjacent to the irrigation ponds, and a 1998 manufactured home used by the ranch manager ~ Efficient ranch improvements that include metal pipe corrals, digital scale, and hydraulic chute ~ Rainbow and brook trout in Clear Creek and bass in the irrigation ponds ~ The ranch controls access into the Sonoma Mountains where there is superior habitat for mule deer, quail, chukar, and Hungarian partridge ~ Annual property taxes are approximately $6,000 ~ Elevation at the ranch headquarters is approximately 4,500 feet
$27,682,050  •  9,713 acres
The Arrowhead Ranch is a large South Texas ranch at its best. At almost 10,000 acres the ranch has been groomed to allow the wildlife to thrive. Lots of water, separate high fenced pastures, large deer, exotics and tons of quail and dove. The ranch is located a short distance from Edinburg, Texas in the heart of the Rio Grande Valley. This area has been known for its incredible white-winged dove hunting over the years. However, the fertile soils also make for a unique environment that benefits all of the wildlife. Habitat: The ranch has a wide range of plant life, with different pastures being highlighted by different soils and vegetation. The ranch ranges from thick, tall South Texas brush with big bull mesquites, to open grass pastures great for quail hunting or raising cattle. The areas with thick South Texas brush has some of the tallest and largest native brush species we have seen. Wildlife & Hunting: As stated earlier, the ranch has been groomed to benefit all of the wildlife. The bird hunting is incredible, with hundreds of acres of open areas to run your traditional bird dog operation, lots of water holes to enjoy the incredible dove hunts and thick native brush in different areas to promote growing huge deer. Rio Grande turkey are everywhere on the ranch and it has your typical number of wild hogs. There are also oryx, axis deer and blackbuck antelope in their own pasture. Improvements: Main House: The main house is approximately 10,000 square feet and features 5 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, 2 half baths, workout room, office, large kitchen, and living room with pool table, bar and fireplace. In addition, there are approximately 5,000 square feet of outdoor patios, including the back patio set up for entertainment with TV, wet bar, grill and fireplace. This house has extra tall ceilings and the layout is done with entertaining in mind. Hunting Lodge: The second main house is referred to as the hunting lodge. The lodge is approximately 8,000 square feet and has 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, an office, a commercial-grade kitchen, with a large den and dining area. Near the lodge are three additional houses, two of which are 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and the third is 2 bedrooms 1bathroom house. Additional Improvements: There is also a main bunkhouse built to handle large hunting parties. Near the lodge and bunkhouse is a covered pavilion that is set up with an outdoor cooking area and gathering area for relaxing after the hunt. There are also two additional homes, one has 3 bedroom and 2 baths with approximately 1,700 square feet and the other has 1 bedroom and 1 bath with approximately 400 square feet. There is also a 6,000 square foot enclosed barn with large rolling doors, a 12,000 square foot three-sided barn and 6,000 square foot three-sided barn. A small area of the ranch has been set up with RV sites that have a community pavilion, kitchen and bathroom. The airstrip on the ranch is approximately one-mile long. Half of the strip in is very good condition, the other half needs some attention. Water: This ranch is very well watered with two main electrical water wells that feed the ranch, with four additional electrical submersible water wells and a windmill. The wells are well dispersed throughout the ranch with miles of water lines providing water to small ponds and water troughs across the ranch. Minerals: None
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.
$9,340,500  •  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.
$3,185,850  •  9,510 acres
Cooks Creek Ranch is scenic with tremendous views down into Indian Creek and Cook Creek with rolling hills and limestone cliff canyon banks. Water on the ranch is distributed in a variety of wells, pipelines, water storage, and water troughs. Recent use and management have been focused on improving and growing both mule deer and whitetail deer populations. The population is about 50/50 for these two deer types and some of the best Blue Quail hunting in Texas.
$37,313,201  •  9,446 acres
Lagarto Ranch is 9,446± acres of a substantially improved high fenced hunting ranch with a focus on wild bobwhite quail, dove, turkey, and deer hunting. This is a turnkey sale with an opportunity to walk right into a ranch from day one that has literally been transformed into a hunting paradise and enjoy the decades of meticulous hard work and planning.
$2,950,000  •  9,384 acres
The Dagger Draw Ranch is a well established cattle ranch dating back to the 1860s. It has been owned by two families for over 100 years. A remarkably beautiful "Working Ranch" just North of Carlsbad. By the pristine, rustic beauty and thoughtful organization one gathers that this ranch has been well loved for decades. A must see!
$15,000,000  •  9,296.28 acres
The O'Connor Ranch is being introduced to the market for the first time in decades. This multi-generational legacy ranch in Garfield County, Montana boasts supreme District 700 elk hunting, recreational opportunities and great cattle production.
$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 
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$9,995,000  •  8,525 acres
$11,250,000
First homesteaded in the 1860s, the 8,525±-acre Pritchard-Sumner Ranch is rich with history and now available for purchase for the first time in over 150 years. Operated as a cow-calf cattle business for 47 years, running 250 head, the Pritchard-Sumner Ranch is completely outfitted with cross-fencing, pastures, and troughs, plus over 80,000 gallons of water storage and miles of pipeline to distribute water all throughout the Ranch. The Pritchard-Sumner Ranch is complemented with a freshly remodeled ranch-style home, barns, historic buildings, juniper trees, and a variety of wildlife.
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$9,500,000  •  8,455 acres
$9,950,000
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.