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Lonetree Ranch
#WY342375
Weston, 
42,558.00 acres
Located just off Wyoming State Hwy. 116 approximately 20 miles south of Upton, in the heart of Weston County, Wyoming, this 42,558± acre legacy ranch consists of 31,551± deeded acres, 1,920± State Lease, 3,400± Forest Service Lease and 5,687± BLM lease acres. Located in an area known for very hardy grasses, the ranch is owner-rated at 1,400 head of mother cows year-round with very little, if any, hay fed in most winters. This very well-watered, low overhead cake and grass ranch has an exceptional headquarters with a 5,000 sq. ft. ranch style home, a 60’x300’ Morton livestock barn/arena, a 60’x60’ Morton finished shop with a 60’x140’ attached storage shed, and 30’x40’ metal shop. In addition to the headquarters, there is another set of improvements complete with a house and working facilities. A large set of Temple Grandin designed pipe working pens and a calving barn round out the improvements. Located in elk hunting Area 123, the ranch boasts some of the best trophy elk hunting in the area along with exceptional mule deer, antelope and upland game bird hunting.
$18,945,000

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Lonetree Ranch-West Unit
#WY342040
Weston, 
55,296.00 acres
Located just off State Hwy 116, 20 miles southwest of Upton, Wyoming, this 55,296± acre legacy ranch is owner-rated at 1,500 cows year-round. This highly diverse, very well-watered ranch is cross fenced into 29 pastures, each with at least an electric water source and many with multiple tanks and reservoirs. The terrain on the ranch ranges from native and improved grass pastures to a more mountainous terrain with high plateaus flanked by steep breaks and pine and cedar tree-covered hillsides. There are two immaculate sets of improvements that include three very well-kept homes, a 60’x300’ Morton livestock barn/roping arena, a total of four shops, a 60’140’ Morton equipment storage shed, several other outbuildings and two sets of pipe corrals, one of which is a Dr. Temple Grandin design. Aside from being a tremendous low-overhead grass ranch, this ranch boasts some of the best trophy elk and deer hunting in the region.
$18,900,000

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KD Bar Ranch
#ID462918
Payette, 
840.00 acres
When you need to “Get Away from it All” and sink into the solitude and serenity of Mother Nature…….. Hello KD Bar Ranch. Enjoy ranch life at its best in the middle of 840 deeded acres only 45 minutes from downtown Boise, Idaho. KD Bar Ranch is nestled in the rolling hills of Payette County in the Sand Hollow area surrounded by several thousand acres of Federal Government ground. Interstate 84 is less than 5 miles from the ranch and a paved county road leads down into the main ranch entrance. A tree lined drive leads to the main house and horse barn/indoor arena. Live out the western life with style and comfort. KD Bar Ranch is a diverse combination of privacy and cattle ranching with world class horse facilities to satisfy any horseback riding and/or horse training pursuits. There are no limits to riding options from the several arenas to 800 plus acres of irrigated pastures to miles and miles of trails on the Government land. The ranch holds the cattle grazing rights for the Federal Government land that wraps the private deeded land. The cattle never leave the ranch unit until they are marketed. The nearest neighbor is one mile from the ranch housing and building complex. This unique set up is positioned to maintain and continue its privacy long into the future. **** For more information please reach out to Gayle Hagler (208) 870-9202 or Michael Keady (208) 696-9588
$18,500,000

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Sargent Ranch North
#CA472422
Santa Clara, 
2,233.00 acres
The historic Sargent Ranch dates back to 1835 and is located just 40 miles south of world famous Silicon Valley. The northern portion of the property that is being offered consists of 2,233 acres of beautiful undeveloped ranchland. This quintessential California landscape with its rolling hills, creeks, and numerous fresh water springs is a rich wildlife habitat and a wonderful place to locate a corporate retreat, home, and/or conservation preserve. The ranch is set on the south slope of the Santa Cruz Mountains where year-round Pescadero Creek flows on the property’s western border. To the north of the ranch is a nearly 10,000-acre private ranch holding. To the west are thousands of additional acres of private and land-trust protected ranches and forestlands. Together with Sargent Ranch North, these properties provide a priceless wildlife corridor for the region. Elevation on the property which includes oak-studded meadows, draws, hills, creeks and springs ranges from 200 to 1,000 feet. The ranch is contained completely within southern Santa Clara County where it borders Santa Cruz County. It is accessed from Old Monterey Road, which is adjacent to Highway 101. Sale is subject to completion of a Lot Line Adjustment with the Seller's adjoining lands.
$18,000,000

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Neal Road Farm
#FL302222
Charlotte, 
1,000.00 acres
Income producing turn-key high production farm land all under drip irrigation with 100 acres of drip and overhead irrigation plus state-of-the-art packing house and cooling facility. Approximately 1000 acres with potential to lease additional ground around the property. High end packing equipment and administrative offices on site.
$18,000,000

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Twin Pine Ranch
#WY432596
Platte, 
10,738.00 acres
The Twin Pine Ranch is a historic 10,800 +/- acre ranch in the Laramie Range of the Rocky Mountains, framed beneath Laramie Peak and resting about 35 minutes from Wheatland, Wyoming and located in Platte and Albany Counties.  This historic property is amazingly diverse with variable terrain, geology, wildlife and stunning beauty.  The ranch has a rich history with many well documented stories of time gone by, such as Native American Indian teepee rings, remnants from outpost camps from Fort Laramie, prehistoric campsites, caves and caverns, and the people who have lived on and loved this land so much.  This is a rare opportunity to acquire a ranch that has been owned by the same family for 75 years and managed by such great stewards of the land.Diversity is the first thing that comes to mind when you’ve had the chance to tour Twin Pine Ranch.  Whether it’s the pine covered hills, sweeping views, majestic herds of bison or the streams running off the high mountains, this ranch will take your breath away.  The current owners run a very successful bison hunting operation that encompasses almost all of the 10,800 acres, enclosed by one strong and well kept perimeter five-strand fence. The herd knows and stays within the boundaries of the ranch, so this philosophy has worked very well.    With a healthy herd of beautiful bison adding to the elk, deer and pronghorn opportunities, the hunting operation has thrived.Twin Pine Ranch has a unique, successful and noted bison hunting business, having marketed yearlings for meat hunts for 17 years, all of which sell out one year in advance of each season.  Trophy bulls are a regular added draw.  Long time hunters as well as many new ones come annually from all over the United States for well guided and run day hunts.  The Twin Pine business enterprise includes their well-established and trusted name brand, web site, and hunter contact lists.  The overall hunting on the ranch is second to none for quality.  Located in Wyoming's coveted Game Management Elk Unit 7, the ranch has an incredible Rocky Mountain elk herd with trophy class bulls.  This unique and desirable hunting unit consistently puts out bulls that score 350-400 and careful management is the key to that success.  Trophy mule deer and white-tailed deer also frequent the ranch in good numbers.  Pronghorns, black bear, Merriam turkey, sharp-tailed and blue grouse and the occasional flock of ducks also add to the wildlife diversity of this property. The ranch is well watered with streams, springs, and reservoirs.  Beautiful Cottonwood Creek meanders through the ranch meadows and holds excellent populations of brook trout and big rainbow trout. Large narrow leaf, or “bitter” cottonwoods, willows and chokecherries line the stream, helping to reduce soil erosion and provide shade for trout in the warmer months. This freestone creek has been very well cared for by the current owners and the established streambed is in excellent condition. The creek bottom was fenced out of the meadows during early cattle raising years and has been well managed since that time, establishing stabilized shores that protect the fish and streambed from flooding as well as enticing bees, butterflies and myriad wildlife ….coons, badgers, beavers, great blue herons, hummingbirds and eagles.   In contrast to cattle, bison move daily, similar to elk or deer, going to water, then moving back to upper bluffs and grass hills the remainder of the time to graze and ruminate. Because they do not loiter in riparian areas, the streams remain clean, clear and optimized as a healthy fishery throughout the ranch.The homestead rests in a beautiful mountain valley setting and is exactly what you would expect of a quintessential Wyoming ranch. It has the right mix, rugged and refined, with history you can feel as you step out of the truck. The main home is well appointed with all of the comforts you would want. There are plentiful outbuildings and a rustic guest lodge for a stay in Wyoming your friends will never forget.  The ranch is like taking a step back in time with buffalo roaming, elk and deer in the hills and turkeys picking in the yard next to Cottonwood Creek.  The property comes with early first water rights for irrigation of the hay meadows, which encompass approximately 185 acres of harvested hay fields. Four main irrigation systems and ditches weave their way through the valley, providing water to the various fields, including one that has birdsfoot trefoil, a super-high protein perennial legume. Annual yield for hay is roughly 300 big round bales.Privacy is prevalent on this ranch with many secluded valleys and areas. The acreage on this property lives big because the ranch adjoins BLM land that is virtually inaccessible to the public. Well maintained county roads lead from the ranch so that it is 20 minutes to I-25 and another 15 minutes to Wheatland, Wyoming. The ranch is just over one hour to Cheyenne, Wyoming, and two hours to the front range of Colorado.  Twin Pine Ranch is a turnkey operation with approximately 300-400 bison, subject to change depending on the time of year due to hunting and calving seasons. The ranch has four homes or cabins, many outbuildings and barns, equipment and other assets that will be sold in as is condition. The operation is very well run with the owner and one employee. Together, they handle the hay production, herd management and the hunting aspects of the ranch.  For a private showing please contact Dax Hayden at 970-674-1990 or 303-619-6774.  
$17,800,000

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Teigen Ranch
#MT136744
Petroleum, 
34,665.00 acres
The Teigen Ranch has and unbelievable 13 miles of McDonald Creek running through it providing some of the finest bird hunting in Central Montana. The natural resources already in place provide the habitat for excellent bird hunting. A little fine tuning and the bird populations would be off the charts. Also not to be understated is the Big Game Hunting for Elk, Muleys, Whitetails, and Antelope. This is a well balanced and efficient cattle ranch with good water resources, well cared for pastures in good to excellent range condition, functional improvements, and good protection from the Ponderosa Pines and brushy coulees. The Ranch has over 10 miles of convenient highway with a beautiful back drop of McDonald Creek meadows and timbered ridges. This would make a superb Registered Cattle Ranch. This is a rare opportunity to acquire one of the finer cattle ranches in Central Montana with over a hundred years of history.
$17,000,000

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Exceptional Working Cattle Ranch with 2 Custom Homes
#CO263025
Montrose, 
6,573.00 acres
This exceptional property is both a working cattle ranch with a full complement of livestock facilities and a superb hunting retreat. There are over 400 acres of irrigated pastures and hay meadows, as well as a three-acre organic garden with greenhouses. The ranch sports TWO lovely custom-built homes in addition to guest facilities and staff housing. And while the Buckhorn Mountain Ranch offers privacy and seclusion, it is also conveniently close to some of southwestern Colorado's famous winter recreational venues and towns, including Ridgway, Ouray, and the ski slopes at Telluride.
$17,000,000

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5F Ranch
#TX392259
Wise, 
2,609.00 acres
LAND PRICE ONLY: $16,995,000 LAND AND MINERALS PRICE: $19,995,000 The 5F Ranch was first established in 1973 and currently covers approximately 2,609 +/- acres. The ranch started as 1,245 acres with several contiguous parcels being added by the family over the years. The property is located in the growing DFW Metroplex area just north of Decatur, Texas. Properties of this size with longtime family ownership are rarely available in this area. The 5F Ranch has it all!! LOCATION - MINERALS – WATER – FARMING – RANCHING – HUNTING/FISHING and fast approaching DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL. This property has road frontage from 6 roads and access from three sides with 23 exterior gate entrances. The north and west side of the ranch front on F.M. 1655 for approximately 2.4 miles with several entrances. County Road 1490 enters the ranch from the north with access on the east from Highway 287, Private Road 1494, Hubbard Street and Wickham Street. LOCATION: 5F Ranch is located in northern Wise County, 10 miles north of Decatur, Texas. Highway 287 borders the property and Highway 380 is minutes away for quick travel in any direction. The small town of Alvord is just east of the ranch with Alvord I.S.D. servicing the area. The property is only 50 miles from Ft. Worth and 78 miles from Dallas. DFW International Airport, with flights daily to most destinations in the world, is less than an hour away. LIVESTOCK/FARMING/EQUIPMENT: The ranch has traditionally been operated as a cow/calf operation along with harvesting coastal Bermudagrass hay. The land can support an estimated 750 pairs on an annual basis while still maintaining a hay operation. The hay farming operation currently consists of approximately 600 acres of coastal Bermudagrass, including an 84 acre irrigated circle pasture. There is another 400+/- acres that could be transitioned to coastal Bermudagrass if desired. With this acreage, the ranch is capable of producing an estimated 3,000 to 9,000 round bales a year depending on weather. In addition, another 600 acres is used to produce wheat for grazing. IMPROVEMENTS: The property is more than adequately improved for the day to day ranching operations. The headquarter improvements consist of two main houses on an elevated hilltop for the owner/ranch manager or employees. Another home is located a short distance down the road near the barns and shipping/working pens. Several other small homes and a mobile home are located across the ranch. Roads on the property are in good condition with many cattle guards throughout the ranch. HOMES: 6 Vinyl-clad house #1 1,535 +/- square feet Vinyl-clad house #2 1,000 +/- square feet A Frame house 800 +/- square feet Metal home/steel roof 2,400 +/- square feet Mobile Home 1,800 =/- square feet Magnolia Historic Apt. 800 +/- square feet (attached garage) BUILDINGS: 3 – 40’X60’ barns 7 – smaller storage buildings 1 – 75’x120’ antique commercial brick building Corrals: 12 pens w/ squeeze chute and cattle scale The 5F Ranch is cross-fenced into many pastures. All fences are in good to excellent condition and are maintained in great shape by the experienced ranch hands. WATER FEATURES: The ranch is very well watered. Over 40 ponds are scattered throughout the property. Pastures have ponds strategically located for ease of cattle rotation as needed and there are water well-supplied tanks placed around the ranch for additional water for livestock. Several ponds are more than an acre in size, currently full due to seasonal rains. There is one large rock quarry lake that ranges in size from 10 to 17 acres depending on rainfall. This water is used to run the center pivot sprinkler on an 84 acre coastal field. There are 4 creeks that run through portions of the ranch. The creeks are Big Sandy Creek, Elm Creek, Chicken Creek and Muddy Creek. Big Sandy Creek is a large, beautiful creek that runs from north to south through the property holding water year-round. There are also 3 springs and 18 water wells across the ranch. 14 wells are electric with 8 currently powered and 1 bucket style well. All structures on the ranch currently use well water. City water is available if needed. Electricity is provided by Wise County Electric Co-op. HUNTING/WILDLIFE/RECREATION: The property is home to wildlife species including whitetail deer, turkey, wild hogs and bobcats. Currently the ranch is leased for hunting to a longtime friend, but the lease could be terminated upon purchase. Dove and duck hunting should be great in season along the creeks and numerous ponds. Fishing is also available in the many ponds across the ranch. The beautiful, rolling terrain is very conducive to riding ATV’s, motorcycles or horses on the scattered trails or motocross track along with swimming in the large quarry lake. There are always activities for everyone to enjoy. RESOURCES: There is scattered oil and gas production on the ranch. Both traditional and horizontal drilling technology has been used with many wells still producing. The owner will transfer all owned minerals under the 2,600 +/- acres including deep and shallow mineral rights. Additional information including seismic data, geological, and geophysical reports are available to qualified buyers. In addition to income derived from the oil and gas royalty production, other sources of income include hunting lease, cattle sales and hay sales. Future sand and gravel sales are also a potential source of income. The hunting is leased on a year to year basis. PRICE AND REMARKS: The 5F Ranch is priced as a package with all owned minerals on an estimated 2,600 +/- acres. The ranch is also offered land only with no minerals included. Land Price Only: $16,995,000 Land and Minerals Price: $19,995,000 BROKERS COMMENTS: The 5F Ranch is a one of a kind, property ready to operate with everything included. This beautiful ranch is being offered for sale after almost 50+ years of continuous family ownership. Two full time employees currently live on the ranch and would be willing to stay with the new owners. Whether you are looking for a Legacy Ranch for your family, recreational ranch to hunt and fish, income generating cattle ranch with oil income or a development opportunity close to the booming DFW Metroplex, this ranch deserves a look. Currently there are numerous residential real estate developments and opportunities springing up in the vicinity.
$16,995,000
Eastern South Dakota Irrigated Cropland and Feedlot!
#SD457851
Spink, 
2,370.00 acres
Eastern South Dakota irrigated cropland and Feedlot! 2,369.59+/- acres of Premier Farmground Farmers National Company is pleased to be representing this 2,369.59+/- property along with a 10,000 permitted head, state of the art feed yard built in 2006/2007, located just east of Redfield, South Dakota in Spink County. Property includes: • 11 pivots deeded and one leased pivot • 11,500 feet of poured bunks • Asphalt driveway and feed alleys • 72’ x100’ Shop • Three homes, bunk house and hunting lodge • Manure for farmland and sale of manure • Back up on site generator • 80’ x 150’ commodity shed • 100 x 300’ Straw shed • 80’ certified Fairbanks scale • Four livestock wells • Synthetic lined lagoons • Optional rolling stock and feed purchase • Fuel storage with containment Far too many amenities to list. This is a premier feed yard in near new condition. The maintenance and upkeep is impeccable. Designed for easy operation and small staffing. Lagoon water is pumped onto 5 pivots. Manure is spread on deeded land and excess is sold to area land owners. Approximately 287.79+/- acres have been tiled. Farmland is near level and is considered premier land for the area. Approximately 750+/- acres of dry cropland. The pivots are all less than 10 years old with low hours. There is tremendous amount of accelerated depreciation with the feed yard and pivots. This is one of the finest feed yards in the Midwest. A personal inspection will not disappoint the savvy buyer. Maps and data can be requested. Adjoins State Highway 37, excellent location and access. Offered in entirety or feed yard with any number of acres that suits the buyer’s needs. Tiling maps available upon request.
$17,500,000