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Berry Farm
53550 Bermont Road , Punta Gorda
, 33982
Charlotte County
6,322.00 acres
The Berry Farm is 6,322 +/- acres located in Charlotte County, Florida. This property consists of 1000 net tree acres of high quality orange grove, 2000 net irrigated farm acres, a citrus nursery that is producing 350,000 trees a year, 2 vegetable packing houses with one equipped with an icehouse, and 3000 acres of pasture that can be used for recreation and supports 300 brood cows. The farm has excellent access to County Road 74 (Bermont Road) which makes travel to Punta Gorda and Fort Myers very easy. This property will be an excellent purchase as an owner operated agriculture operation or a great investment opportunity.

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Elk Valley Ranch
3561 N Pine-Featherville Road , Featherville
, 83647
Elmore County
309.00 acres
New lower price! Located in one of the most beautiful settings in the Trinity Mountain Lakes valley, in-between Pine & Featherville. Includes a 9 hole golf course, club house with /full service bar, 21 RV camp sites, pool and tennis court. Additionally, there is 26 acres with river frontage that could be used to develop for home sites, more RV spots or expand the golf course. Three outbuildings, house the maintenance equipment storage, golf cart garage, and full shop with large roll up door and workbenches. One of kind opportunity!

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Blue Creek Elk Ranch
302 Hazel Lake Drive (various addresses) , Cimarron & Cedaredge
, 81220
Gunnison County
6,184.00 acres
Rare opportunity to own a nationally recognized hunting operation with a proven record of success. The Blue Creek Elk Ranch spans into two counties, the upper ranch and lodge are nestled in the high country between Montrose and Gunnison giving an outstanding alpine setting for hunting and lodging. The lower ranch, located in a much milder climate is near Cedaredge below the Grand Mesa, offering large pastures to grow and cultivate the elk.

The lower ranch is made up of years of cumulating property for growing the elk. This is where the operation begins. The lower ranch consists of 7 parcels, encompassing approximately 330 acres. The ranch consists of facilities for maintaining the elk herd, pastures for feeding the herd, water rights, and housing for ranch staff. Most of the lower ranch can be irrigated. 290 acres of the 330 acres are irrigated land all done by underground irrigation system and above ground gated pipe. Some of the best genetics come out of the ranch with the heaviest mass of any elk herd in North America as well as very wide bulls.

Blue Creek Elk Ranchs upper ranch is one of the most beautiful ranches in Colorado. The ranchs diverse topography offers lakes, streams, Blue Spruce Pine, Douglas Fir Pine, White Spruce, quaking Aspen strands, high mountain alpine sage, and high mountain meadows all contributing to the growth of the trophy elk herds. The ranch sits at elevations of 7,800 to 9,600 feet, but at mostly level terrain. The upper ranch has its own water rights totaling 1.65 cfs. The hunting lodge is in the beautiful mountain area of Arrowhead. The lodge is not your typical hunting lodge, its a beautifully finished out 7-bedroom, 7- bathroom log masterpiece with two kitchens, huge main living area with stone fireplace, wood flooring, tongue and groove, stunning metal and rock details, private decks and porches, and stunning mountain themed furnishings throughout.

The hunting is phenomenal, not only shown by its success but also by the testimonials of its hunters. The trophy elk hunts at the ranch start at around 350-inch bulls with the majority in the 375-450 range with bulls in the 500650-inch range taken every year. During the fall elk rut, the elk herds can be found feeding in the big open mountain parks in the evenings and in the more secluded meadows in the mornings then moving into the dark timber for the middle of the day. Hearing bull elk bugle back in the dark timber and calling bulls in during the elk rut is one of the most amazing hunting experiences that there is in all elk hunting. As the aspen trees on the ranch turn golden yellow, signaling fall, you can start to hear the ringing of elk bulges all over the ranch. With the high density of bull elk on the ranch, the elk bugles can be heard continually throughout the ranch during September and October. With a high bull to cow ratio and monster 400 inch plus typical bulls throughout the ranch, it is an amazing sight to see during the fall elk rut. With the beautiful scenery and vast numbers of elk, there is no place with a better setting to be hunting trophy elk than the Blue Creek Elk Ranch.

The ranch has been owned by one family for the last 20 plus years. Its success comes from the passion and respect that the ranch gives back to the mountains. Imagine seeing over 100 head of elk each day of hunting with 30+ bulls mixed in, cool mountain air, the wind blowing through the pine trees, and elk bugling everywhere. The ranch encompasses one of the most beautiful hunting areas in Colorado, making this turnkey profitable hunting operation a must-see!

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, 30802
Columbia County
1,625.00 acres
Belmont is located 10 miles West of Augusta, GA along the I-20 corridor adjacent to the White Oak Commerce Park off Hwy 221 at exit 183. This 1,625+/- acre property is currently zoned RA but could be rezoned and serve as a mega-site for multiple uses including residential or commercial development. The adjacent White Oak complex houses an Amazon distribution center and the Club Car manufacturing facility all within a short distance of this Belmont tract offering. City water is located at the site and borders along Morris-Callaway Road, which serves as the current access road to this property. This property offering is a rare opportunity to invest in a large contiguous tract located in the immediate path of economic growth.

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HREC# 17-012, Hartlage Ranch on the Brazos
Terrace Road & River Bottom Lane , Chappell Hill
, 77426
Washington County
2,241.00 acres
Magnificent! Lose yourself on this sprawling 2,241+/- acre ranch and wildlife refuge located just west of Houston on the eastern edge of Washington County where the Brazos river meanders through natural bends and oxbows. An adjacent tract on Terrace Rd. might serve you well as a headquarters location consisting of 77 acres (part of the entire offering) with two storage barns and plenty of road frontage. A multitude of options for running cattle, hunting and recreation, or commercial applications.


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354 Lamb Rd Kamiah, Idaho
229 Scotlyn Ranch Road,  , Kamiah
, 83536
Idaho County
2,800.00 acres
+/-2800 acres. The ranch boasts a little bit of everything. 2 year-round creeks. Creek beds & north-facing canyon walls are heavily timbered. The entire canyon area is largely untouched. The main home is 7500 SQFT, the lodge has 6 hotel-styled rooms, a full commercial kitchen, bar, indoor seating for 50, covered patio with outdoor seating for 50 more, shops, 3 log cabins, maintenance building with walk-in cooler & covered parking. Greenhouse, hay barn & too many other amenities to list. Off-grid capabilities.

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Broken Bow Oklahoma Development Opportunity
Broken Bow
, 74728
McCurtain County
399.00 acres
Property Details
Name of Property: Broken Bow Oklahoma Development Opportunity
Status: New
Acreage: 399 Acres
Location: 3 hours N of Dallas; 2.5 NW of Shreveport, LA
Closest Town: Broken Bow, Oklahoma
Access: Paved County Roads on North and South
Topography: Flat to gently rolling
Improvements: 5 homes, barns, shops, utilities
Water: Ponds and streams
Utilities: Rural Water
Development Potential: Excellent opportunity; access, utilities
Broken Bow Development Opportunity


This 399 acres is located at the gateway to Hochatown, Oklahoma, just northwest of Broken Bow. The development boom is in full swing and the opportunities are tremendous. Broken Bow is touted as being the 2nd fastest growing tourist destination in the U. S. and is a popular destination for visitors from many surrounding and distant states. Current census has available rentals at 1800, up from 600 in 2018. The majority of these rentals are well appointed with hot tubs, shuffleboard, grills, decks, fire pits, fireplaces and other amenities.

The terrain is flat to gently rolling and conducive to pad site preparation without a lot of additional leveling or fill work being needed. Large hardwoods add character, appeal to the property, and provide privacy breaks. There are also open grass areas amenable to commercial or entertainment venue development without having to clear timber. Gravel on the land could be used for road construction or pad site preparation. Six ponds are in place to add ambiance to multiple building locations. Yashau Creek meanders over 3,000 feet through the property providing additional scenic building sites or commercial locations overlooking this beautiful creek. The location is very convenient for visitors coming in from the south, east or west, as Google Maps is already directing traffic past the property from the west in route to Hochatown. There are two larger homes on the land, and four smaller homes that could be quickly turned into rental properties or sold.

Utilities: A six-inch water main line and a 2.5-inch line run along the north boundary; a 1.5-inch line along the south boundary; and a six-inch water main line near the south boundary. Electricity is already at multiple locations on the land. Oklahoma Natural Gas has a main line just west of the property.

Access: Paved County Road frontage along the north and south boundaries. Streets could come off of these roads for a street/s going through the development for traffic flow, or to create multiple cul-de-sac areas. The property lies 1.25 miles west of State Highway 259. mile East of State Highway 3.

Zoning: The property is located outside city limits and is not restricted by zoning.

Existing Structures (houses): 3100 sq. ft. home; 2080 sq. ft. home, 1188 sq. ft. home, 816 sq. ft. cabin, and two other homes.

Taxes: $2,743.66 (current/year)

Area attractions: Sited in the foothills of southeastern Oklahoma, the Ouachita National Forest contains the beautiful Kiamichi Mountains and Beavers Bend State Park. Within the park is the 14,000 acre Broken Bow Lake which is 22 miles in length, beautifully nestled within the foothills with Pine timber lining the shorelines. The lake provides activities such as kayaking, boating, canoeing, swimming, skiing, fishing (including Trout below the dam), and other water sports. Relax and refresh at one of the many restaurants, gift shops, wine tasting venues, Beavers Bend Mining Company, The Maze (a 29,000 sq. ft. outdoor wooden maze), Cedar Bluff Nature Trail, Forest Heritage Tree Trail along Beaver Creek, Forest Heritage Center, David Boren Hiking Trail (and many smaller trails), horseback riding, miniature golf, ziplining, and mountain biking. In the Fall make sure you take a drive through the majestic Talimena National Scenic Byway to view the beautiful colors of season.

Distances from:

Hochatown, OK 8 miles

Dallas, TX-3 hours

Oklahoma City, OK -3.75 hours

Springfield, MO- 5.5 hours

Fayetteville, AR-3.1 hours

Texarkana, TX 1.5 hours

Tyler, TX- 2.5 hours

Shreveport, LA-2.5 hours

Denton, TX- 3.2 hours

Ft. Smith, AR- 2.2 hours

Tulsa, OK- 3.15 hours

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Rio Ro Mo
 , Craig
, 81625
Moffat County
22,450.00 acres
Rio Ro Mo is a rare opportunity to acquire a large, contiguous ranch, that has been owned by the same family for 3 generations. Located in northwestern Colorado and less than an hour and a half from historic Steamboat Springs. Rio Ro Mo spans across 29 square miles, a landmass larger than Manhattan Island. The ranch consists of rolling hills and canyons covered in native grasses, sagebrush and juniper trees, with Lay Creek meandering through a large section of the property. The ranch consists of 18,650 deeded acres with an additional 3,500 acres in BLM leases and one 300-acre private lease. Rio Ro Mo is not encumbered by any Conservation Easements.
The owners of Rio Ro Mo have been excellent stewards of the land. It has the capability to run 1,000 plus head of yearling cattle during the grazing season, with an impressive average daily rate gain of 2 lbs. The ranch boasts ten fully-fenced pastures and two sets of working corrals, along with two extensive pipeline watering systems that run to multiple strategically placed large tire water tanks. Additional water is provided by springs, snow melt and wells with electric submersible pumps, some of which are solar powered. In addition to the tremendous livestock watering system, the ranch includes three irrigation pivots that provide quality hay for the livestock and great winter grazing for the wildlife.
Due to its vast size, Rio Ro Mo is eligible for Colorado Parks and Wildlifes Ranching for Wildlife program. The ranch is situated in GMUs 3 and 301, and runs a very well managed hunting operation during the fall and winter months, with mostly returning clients. With the size of the ranch, it qualifies for 30 mule deer and 30 pronghorn private landowner voucher applications annually. Resident mule deer and pronghorn graze the ranch year round, while thousands of elk utilize the ranch during their spring and winter migrations and can be seen sporadically throughout the year. An array of small game, varmints, Mountain lions, bobcats, dove, sage grouse, geese, duck, golden and bald eagles all also call the property home. The ranch may have one of the largest greater sage grouse leks in the State of Colorado. Undoubtedly, Rio Ro Mo is an ecosystem of its own.
Rio Ro Mo includes a modern 2,700 sq. ft., fully-furnished home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, along with a 4,500 sq. ft. fully insulated shop and a 4,000 sq. ft. equipment storage shed.
Easy access to Rio Ro Mo is provided by US Highway 40 and a well-maintained county road. Yampa Valley Regional Airport near Hayden, CO with commercial air service is approximately 1 hour from the ranch, and Denver is located 4.5 hours southeast of the ranch, while Salt Lake City, UT is 4 hours west of the ranch.
Have an airplane or helicopter? The ranch has more than adequate space to build your own private runway or heliport with several suitable site locations.
The Sellers are willing to market the Rio Ro Mo as a turnkey operation and will provide a detailed equipment list with pricing to interested parties upon request.
If you would like to schedule a personal showing of Rio Ro Mo, please contact Rick Kusel at (970) 554-1762.
Elk Valley
0 Sand Gap Rd  , La Follette
, 37766
Campbell County
8,128.00 acres
Presenting Elk Valley, 8128 acres in North East Tennessee.
Located in Campbell County, Tennessee, 45 miles north of Knoxville and about 20 miles west of Lafollette, this tract is truly a once in a lifetime property. Over eight thousand continuous acres of mountain land with great road systems, ponds, streams and multiple places for homes or cabins. Elk are found on the property along with whitetail deer, eastern turkey, black bear, wild hogs and grouse. Turkey roost on the ridges and can be heard for miles in the mornings. Elk are also on the top feeding in the long grass meadows that have clover stands and small pines scattered throughout. Whitetail deer are in the bottoms and along the edges on logging roads and benches. Elk Valley is a hunters dream and must be seen to appreciate all of the hunting potential.
Commercially the timber potential in Elk Valley is very good. The property has been managed for timber and has some merchantable and pre merchantable timber on it. Elk Valley is also a tract with great mineral potential. Part of the property has been mined before for coal and there are still large deposits of coal including Blue Gem coal. Mining has always been a big part of Appalachain Mountains and this tract is no different. Currently there is no mining being done on the property but the permit is in progress.
Elk Valley is a dream property. Please give us a call for a private showing.
Big Spring Ranch
 , Big Timber
, 59011
Sweet Grass County
3,192.00 acres
Big Spring Ranch is a classic Montana ranch loaded with aesthetic, operational, and recreational amenities. The headquarters is located just east of Lower Sweet Grass Road beautifully between the verdant irrigated farm ground and the Lower Sweet Grass Creek. The irrigated hay lands are located primarily along the river bottom area and historically have been planted in alfalfa and rotational pulse crops. LandLower Sweet Grass Creek runs through the heart of the East unit for more than one mile and provides excellent water and cover for a plethora of wildlife. Of the 3192 deeded acres , 253 acres of this unit is irrigated bottom hay land and has features considered to be desirable for allowing food plots for the wildlife. The 2,268 acres of native rangeland on the ranch is comprised of primarily western wheatgrass, bluebunch grass, prairie June grass, and gamma grass. To the west the dry land hay depending on the year, produce over one ton per acre, which can either be cut for hay or grazed. The ranch is perimeter fenced with numerous cross fences, all of which are in good condition. Stock water is abundant and supplied by springs, creeks, and wells throughout the ranch. The ranch can support 200-225 head of cattle on any given year depending on the weather and grass.
RecreationThe Lower Sweet Grass Creek is home to both Brown and Rainbow Trout, with the average fish running in the 12-14? range. This stream fishes best in the summer months, from early July to early September. This is dry fly country, and the fish rise eagerly to various attractor patterns and terrestrials.
Wildlife on the ranch covers a broad spectrum and includes, elk, whitetail, and mule deer, antelope, turkey, sharptail, grouse, geese, ducks, pheasant, and sandhill cranes.
AgricultureTotal Acreage 3832 acres
Total Deeded 3192 acres
State Lease 640 acres
Irrigated Ground 253 acres
Total grazing land 2268 acres
Total forest land 687 acres.
Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesThe Big Spring Ranch is well watered with 16 water rights claimed with the DNRC dating as far back as 1889. There is over a mile of Lower Sweet Grass flowing through the Eastern portion of the ranch.
General OperationsThe Lower Sweet Grass Creek is home to both Brown and Rainbow Trout, with the average fish running in the 12-14? range. This stream fishes best in the summer months, from early July to early September. This is dry fly country, and the fish rise eagerly to various attractor patterns and terrestrials.
Wildlife on the ranch covers a broad spectrum and includes, elk, whitetail, and mule deer, antelope, turkey, sharptail, grouse, geese, ducks, pheasant, and sandhill cranes.
Region & ClimateBig timber is a self-sustaining community with banks, churches, galleries, a world -class restaurant at the Grand hotel, golf course, movie theater, The Pioneer Medical Center which provides services to the surrounding area.
Big Timber is just far enough away to require that the town to be self-sustaining, but close enough that one can take advantage of all of the services that Billings and Bozeman have to offer.
HistoryThe Big Spring Ranch itself is a good-sized ranch and neighbors several other much larger ranches. It is in an area that seems relatively immune to the development pressures that afflict many other areas that are closer to the mountains. In short this is a part of the state that has benefit of dramatic mountain views in two directions and easy access to a more sophisticated lifestyle. The ranch is far enough from the mountains that these ranches are blessed with a quite tolerable year-round climate.
LocationBig Spring Ranch is located About 15 miles North East of Big Timber, Montana. The Ranch is approximately one hour from Billings Logan National Airport, and one hour from Bozeman Gallatin National Airport.