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Berry Farm
#FL313063
Charlotte, 
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.
$50,000,000

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Cimarron Valley Ranch
#CO940094
Baca, 
45,039.00 acres
Spreading over 45,000 contiguous acres in Southeast Colorado rests the Cimarron Valley Ranch, located between Elkhart, Kansas and Keyes, Oklahoma. Over 70 square miles of cattle ranch includes approximately 22 miles of the historic Cimarron River running from Oklahoma into Colorado, coming within two miles of bridging the Comanche National Grasslands to the Cimarron National Grasslands in Kansas. These two national grasslands, along with state land in Oklahoma, connects this ranch to almost a million acres of public land. The Cimarron Valley Ranch truly offers incredible diversity in regard to terrain, wildlife, livestock grazing, income opportunities and more.
Overview: This is an extremely rare opportunity to own a ranch that currently supports 1,600 mother cows while managing some of the best hunting in the country. The river bottom on this ranch averages just under a mile wide for the entire length of the ranch (22 miles) providing excellent soils, water, rotational grazing, excellent habitat and grass. This mega-ranch is very diverse with wild game and is inhabited by Mule Deer, Rocky Mountain Elk, White-tailed Deer, Rio Grande Turkeys, Bobwhite Quail, and Blue Quail. It is not unlikely to hunt bugling elk with over-the-counter licenses the same day as working dogs on large coveys of bobwhite and blue quail.
Cattle Operation: Currently the ranch has over 1,600 mother cows and there is abundant grass and excellent water. The cattle operation is under excellent management and the program is about stewardship and balance between the improvement of wildlife habitat and the management and improvement of cattle grazing resources. The ranch is very well-watered, and the fences and working facilities are in good condition. The river bottom and the diversity of the landscape allow for rotational grazing at its finest. With an excellent mix of grasses during all seasons and access to running calves on wheat pasture and triticale, this operation will put excellent pounds of gain on cattle. The turn-key headquarters has good holding corrals, ranch manager facilities, barns, sheds and cattle working facilities.
Water: The ranch is rich in water and provides sustainability for game and livestock alike. Currently 13 pivots are in place with quality water supply. Over 40 stock tanks are littered throughout the ranch and The Cimarron River runs underground through most of the property, with watering holes and ponds littered along the river bottom.
Game Management: With over 18 square miles of tree covered river bottom, wildlife has year around protection, excellent nesting cover, ample water and plenty of room for habitual movement. The well-managed property has over 780 acres of food plots in the river bottom with 14 high quality shooting houses. The plots are planted with wheat, triticale, milo, sorghum and some turnips. This acreage is accretion ground and has excellent soils that make up almost 10,000 acres of very fertile grass and cropland in just the river bottom.
Big Game Hunting: This area is famous for excellent quality animals with respect to mule deer and white-tailed deer, but also offers a resident herd of elk year around! It is expected that the next state record white-tail may come from this area or the Arkansas River drainage to the north. It is not uncommon to have free range white-tails over 175 inches and much larger. The ranch has world class animals with many mule deer over 180 inches and an elk herd that is improving each year with great crop and habitat practices.
The ranch receives a good number of deer tags as vouchers in Colorado and Oklahoma allows for two buck licenses. Elk tags for bull elk are over the counter and the season runs from September to January with any legal method of take. In Colorado, the elk licenses are classified as C Tag, which means you can harvest a bull and buy another tag! This works very well for game managers as this tool helps on taking inferior animals out of the herd. Elk quality in this area varies, but with such a large tract, some management can improve quality. There have been bulls killed on the ranch up to 370 inches. In a nutshell, this property holds excellent numbers of fine animals and the game laws in Colorado and Oklahoma for this area lend well for the serious hunters.
Quail: The quail populations on the ranch are World Class. Blue Quail or Scaled Quail inhabit the hillsides on the upper sides of the river bottom and present excellent sporting opportunities for wing shooting. Bobwhite Quail are prolific along the river bottom and are currently in record numbers on the ranch. It is not uncommon to bust 20 plus coveys of 25-35 birds per day on the ranch. The mixed bag of Bobs and Blues and two states to hunt make the opportunity even better.
Pheasants: There are pheasants finding the great habitat planted along the river. A great spring will offer excellent hatches next fall! There are over 600,000 acres of public land adjacent to this ranch with excellent wildlife populations. Believe me when you plant food and provide water they show up!
Waterfowl: Waterfowl hunting on the ranch is undeveloped, but the land is located in a good area for traffic of waterfowl. Improvement of sloughs and some ponds could greatly enhance the waterfowl hunting.
The Lesser Prairie Chicken: The Lesser Prairie Chicken can be found on the southern portion of the ranch. This area of Colorado, Oklahoma and adjoining Kansas Cimarron National Grassland hold and grow a good number of Lesser Prairie Chicken. This area is considered one of the premier spots to observe the birds. The lesser prairie chicken is listed on the endangered species list so hunting is not allowed. Locally, the Lesser Prairie Chicken primarily inhabits sand-sage prairie south of the Cimarron River, a strip about two to five miles wide.
The Lesser Prairie Chicken is similar in appearance to the Greater Prairie Chicken, although it is slightly smaller and its air sacs on its neck are red-orange in color, whereas the greater has yellow-orange air sacs. Lesser Prairie Chickens are dependent upon rangeland conditions. Sand-sage prairie, with its mixture of short and mid-grasses, sagebrush, and yucca components, provides the birds with nesting and brood rearing cover, and food.
The Lodge: There is a 7,000 square foot lodge, which was built in 2005 and has 7 bedrooms and 7 baths and is in first class condition. The lodge offers a commercial kitchen and excellent open floor plan with high ceilings and an indoor wood burning fireplace. There is an exciting trap range just out the back door for owners enjoyment. The main lodge sits overlooking the Cimarron River and some low water ponds in the river bottom. Privacy is at its best on the Cimarron Valley Ranch offering good access with only one road in and one road out.
Cimarron National Grassland: The Cimarron National Grassland, located just 2.5 miles east on the river, is one of twenty National Grasslands administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service. Located within Morton and Stevens Counties in southwestern Kansas, the Cimarron National Grassland contains 108,175 acres.
Comanche National Grassland: The Comanche National Grassland includes over 440, 000 acres in southeastern Colorado. On the Comanche National Grassland, you can explore southeastern Colorados rich history. The Grassland has many stories to tell, from dinosaurs roaming the shoreline of a vast lake 150 million years ago, to Mexican and American traders traveling the Santa Fe Trail 150 years ago.
The Santa Fe Trail: The Santa Fe Trail goes through immediate area and across the ranch. This rich historic trail offers many tails of long ago. It truly signifies that the West is and was a great place! This ranch, with its ability to connect two large national grasslands, is very rare. We may never see another time to accomplish such an important task.
Ranch Landscape: Rock cliffs, cottonwood groves, grassy fields, yucca and sage brush are scattered throughout the land. Elevation ranges from 3,150 to 3,540 feet. Seasonal variety is provided by native grasses and riparian vegetation along the Cimarron River. The geology of the area includes sandstone, shale, limestone, sand and gravel.
Area Climate: The climate here is characterized by mild winters, hot dry summers and cool evenings. Spring and Fall seasons have moderate temperatures accompanied by an occasional windy day. Precipitation, usually less than 19 inches per year, is concentrated from April to September. Snowfall is minimal and short-lived.
This ranch has such diversity it is hard to explain. Twenty-two miles of highly productive river bottom within 2.5 miles of connecting the Cimarron National Grassland with the Comanche National Grassland is truly amazing. Grazing, hunting, history, improvements, irrigation, cattle and wildlife! The production potential and sheer vast amounts of highly productive land on this operation make it a very rare offering. Please give us a call for a private showing of this fine ranch.
*Listing excludes Cattle, Equipment & Land Minerals.
$39,900,000

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Cimarron Valley Ranch
#CO940095
Baca, 
45,039.00 acres
Spreading over 45,000 contiguous acres in Southeast Colorado rests the Cimarron Valley Ranch, located between Elkhart, Kansas and Keyes, Oklahoma. Over 70 square miles of cattle ranch includes approximately 22 miles of the historic Cimarron River running from Oklahoma into Colorado, coming within two miles of bridging the Comanche National Grasslands to the Cimarron National Grasslands in Kansas. These two national grasslands, along with state land in Oklahoma, connects this ranch to almost a million acres of public land. The Cimarron Valley Ranch truly offers incredible diversity in regard to terrain, wildlife, livestock grazing, income opportunities and more.
Overview: This is an extremely rare opportunity to own a ranch that currently supports 1,600 mother cows while managing some of the best hunting in the country. The river bottom on this ranch averages just under a mile wide for the entire length of the ranch (22 miles) providing excellent soils, water, rotational grazing, excellent habitat and grass. This mega-ranch is very diverse with wild game and is inhabited by Mule Deer, Rocky Mountain Elk, White-tailed Deer, Rio Grande Turkeys, Bobwhite Quail, and Blue Quail. It is not unlikely to hunt bugling elk with over-the-counter licenses the same day as working dogs on large coveys of bobwhite and blue quail.
Cattle Operation: Currently the ranch has over 1,600 mother cows and there is abundant grass and excellent water. The cattle operation is under excellent management and the program is about stewardship and balance between the improvement of wildlife habitat and the management and improvement of cattle grazing resources. The ranch is very well-watered, and the fences and working facilities are in good condition. The river bottom and the diversity of the landscape allow for rotational grazing at its finest. With an excellent mix of grasses during all seasons and access to running calves on wheat pasture and triticale, this operation will put excellent pounds of gain on cattle. The turn-key headquarters has good holding corrals, ranch manager facilities, barns, sheds and cattle working facilities.
Water: The ranch is rich in water and provides sustainability for game and livestock alike. Currently 13 pivots are in place with quality water supply. Over 40 stock tanks are littered throughout the ranch and The Cimarron River runs underground through most of the property, with watering holes and ponds littered along the river bottom.
Game Management: With over 18 square miles of tree covered river bottom, wildlife has year around protection, excellent nesting cover, ample water and plenty of room for habitual movement. The well-managed property has over 780 acres of food plots in the river bottom with 14 high quality shooting houses. The plots are planted with wheat, triticale, milo, sorghum and some turnips. This acreage is accretion ground and has excellent soils that make up almost 10,000 acres of very fertile grass and cropland in just the river bottom.
Big Game Hunting: This area is famous for excellent quality animals with respect to mule deer and white-tailed deer, but also offers a resident herd of elk year around! It is expected that the next state record white-tail may come from this area or the Arkansas River drainage to the north. It is not uncommon to have free range white-tails over 175 inches and much larger. The ranch has world class animals with many mule deer over 180 inches and an elk herd that is improving each year with great crop and habitat practices.
The ranch receives a good number of deer tags as vouchers in Colorado and Oklahoma allows for two buck licenses. Elk tags for bull elk are over the counter and the season runs from September to January with any legal method of take. In Colorado, the elk licenses are classified as C Tag, which means you can harvest a bull and buy another tag! This works very well for game managers as this tool helps on taking inferior animals out of the herd. Elk quality in this area varies, but with such a large tract, some management can improve quality. There have been bulls killed on the ranch up to 370 inches. In a nutshell, this property holds excellent numbers of fine animals and the game laws in Colorado and Oklahoma for this area lend well for the serious hunters.
Quail: The quail populations on the ranch are World Class. Blue Quail or Scaled Quail inhabit the hillsides on the upper sides of the river bottom and present excellent sporting opportunities for wing shooting. Bobwhite Quail are prolific along the river bottom and are currently in record numbers on the ranch. It is not uncommon to bust 20 plus coveys of 25-35 birds per day on the ranch. The mixed bag of Bobs and Blues and two states to hunt make the opportunity even better.
Pheasants: There are pheasants finding the great habitat planted along the river. A great spring will offer excellent hatches next fall! There are over 600,000 acres of public land adjacent to this ranch with excellent wildlife populations. Believe me when you plant food and provide water they show up!
Waterfowl: Waterfowl hunting on the ranch is undeveloped, but the land is located in a good area for traffic of waterfowl. Improvement of sloughs and some ponds could greatly enhance the waterfowl hunting.
The Lesser Prairie Chicken: The Lesser Prairie Chicken can be found on the southern portion of the ranch. This area of Colorado, Oklahoma and adjoining Kansas Cimarron National Grassland hold and grow a good number of Lesser Prairie Chicken. This area is considered one of the premier spots to observe the birds. The lesser prairie chicken is listed on the endangered species list so hunting is not allowed. Locally, the Lesser Prairie Chicken primarily inhabits sand-sage prairie south of the Cimarron River, a strip about two to five miles wide.
The Lesser Prairie Chicken is similar in appearance to the Greater Prairie Chicken, although it is slightly smaller and its air sacs on its neck are red-orange in color, whereas the greater has yellow-orange air sacs. Lesser Prairie Chickens are dependent upon rangeland conditions. Sand-sage prairie, with its mixture of short and mid-grasses, sagebrush, and yucca components, provides the birds with nesting and brood rearing cover, and food.
The Lodge: There is a 7,000 square foot lodge, which was built in 2005 and has 7 bedrooms and 7 baths and is in first class condition. The lodge offers a commercial kitchen and excellent open floor plan with high ceilings and an indoor wood burning fireplace. There is an exciting trap range just out the back door for owners enjoyment. The main lodge sits overlooking the Cimarron River and some low water ponds in the river bottom. Privacy is at its best on the Cimarron Valley Ranch offering good access with only one road in and one road out.
Cimarron National Grassland: The Cimarron National Grassland, located just 2.5 miles east on the river, is one of twenty National Grasslands administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service. Located within Morton and Stevens Counties in southwestern Kansas, the Cimarron National Grassland contains 108,175 acres.
Comanche National Grassland: The Comanche National Grassland includes over 440, 000 acres in southeastern Colorado. On the Comanche National Grassland, you can explore southeastern Colorados rich history. The Grassland has many stories to tell, from dinosaurs roaming the shoreline of a vast lake 150 million years ago, to Mexican and American traders traveling the Santa Fe Trail 150 years ago.
The Santa Fe Trail: The Santa Fe Trail goes through immediate area and across the ranch. This rich historic trail offers many tails of long ago. It truly signifies that the West is and was a great place! This ranch, with its ability to connect two large national grasslands, is very rare. We may never see another time to accomplish such an important task.
Ranch Landscape: Rock cliffs, cottonwood groves, grassy fields, yucca and sage brush are scattered throughout the land. Elevation ranges from 3,150 to 3,540 feet. Seasonal variety is provided by native grasses and riparian vegetation along the Cimarron River. The geology of the area includes sandstone, shale, limestone, sand and gravel.
Area Climate: The climate here is characterized by mild winters, hot dry summers and cool evenings. Spring and Fall seasons have moderate temperatures accompanied by an occasional windy day. Precipitation, usually less than 19 inches per year, is concentrated from April to September. Snowfall is minimal and short-lived.
This ranch has such diversity it is hard to explain. Twenty-two miles of highly productive river bottom within 2.5 miles of connecting the Cimarron National Grassland with the Comanche National Grassland is truly amazing. Grazing, hunting, history, improvements, irrigation, cattle and wildlife! The production potential and sheer vast amounts of highly productive land on this operation make it a very rare offering. Please give us a call for a private showing of this fine ranch.
*Listing excludes Cattle, Equipment & Land Minerals.
$39,900,000

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KS - Comanche Gregg Ranch 10741 acres +/-
#KS253083
Comanche, 
10,741.00 acres
Located between Medicine Lodge and Coldwater, KS just south of US 160 in beautiful Comanche County. The ranch has been in the Gregg family since the 1880s and is set up for a year-round cattle operation. It comes complete with a nice family home, a ranch house/bunkhouse, corrals, modern working facilities, barns, water wells, improved pastures, fencing and more. The property has 10,741 continuous acres with numerous live water springs that are beneficial to the ranch as well as desirable wildlife species. The ranch is home to huge flocks of turkeys, quail, trophy whitetail deer, coyote and there is even a prairie dog town. Mule deer and pronghorn also have frequencies the property. This ranch is truly a testament to many, many years of hard work and pride of ownership. This is very obvious when observing the condition of not only improvements but the land as well. Please see word documents for detailed list of all improvements.
$14,000,000

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The Cole Farm
#IL652485
Iroquois, 
1,199.00 acres
The Cole Farm offers 1,199.19 contiguous acres located 9 miles east of Milford, Illinois. The farm is being advertised based on taxable acres, but sale price will be determined by surveyed acreage (in process). The farm carries a 127 soil PI with 1,155 acres being cropland. The 2021 lease on the farm is a 40/60 crop share with 40% of crop going to landowner - tenant pays growing crop expenses. Excellent soil fertility and significant tile installed. 2 building sites are located on the north end of the farm. The west site has a small house and 2,400 sq. ft. quonset shed. The east site has a small house, 2 machine sheds, 4 grain bins (22,500 bu each), hopper bin (3,300 bu), and grain dryer. 2019 RE taxes paid in 2020 were $36.57/acre. Contact Chad Hoke at 309-665-0960 or choke@firstmid.com for additional information.
$11,500
High Flat Ranch
#MT939775
Gallatin, 
2,268.00 acres
An offering like this comes around once in a lifetime. The 2,268 acre High Flat Ranch has been in the same family for multiple generations, making it a truly rare opportunity to own it. Enjoy real solitude paired with valuable proximity. Downtown Bozeman is a mere 15 minutes away and Big Sky lies about 40 minutes South. The diversity of High Flat Ranch is seen in its large rock outcroppings framed by tall timber, deep shady wet draws, open fields with rich soil, and high flat ridges jutting out into the Gallatin Valley. Views are unreal with 7 different mountain ranges visible from multiple locations. An abundance of wildlife frequent the High Flat Ranch. Mule Deer, Whitetail Deer, Elk, Coyotes and Upland Birds have all been harvested on this property as well as the adjoining 1,400+ acres of partially landlocked State Land. 3 move in ready homes and all the necessary farm/ranch outbuildings are in place. No conservation easements, no covenants, no zoning, and nothing quite like it.
$22,700,000
6425 County Road 14
#KS939686
Sherman, 
149.00 acres
Located 5 miles west of Goodland KS and 1 mile north of I-70, 6425 Road 15 is a crushing facility that processes sunflower, canola, and other soft seed oils.
$17,500,000
Elk Valley
#TN939711
Campbell, 
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.
$15,850,000
Rio Ro Mo
#CO939779
Moffat, 
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.
$14,750,000
Wildcat Hills Farm and Feedlot
#NE939838
Banner, 
6,318.00 acres
Wildcat Hills Farm and Feedlot
You will not find a feedlot with a more picturesque backdrop. Nestled at the foot of the Wildcat Hills and sitting along the edge of Pumpkin Creek is the Wildcat Hills Farm and Feed yard. This nice feed lot is conveniently located 7 miles off Hwy 71 and just a few miles south of Scottsbluff, Nebraska. The farm consists of 6320 +/- deeded acres, 1572 +/- irrigated acres, 610 +/- dryland acres, 3075 acres of pasture and an additional 750 +/- acres of income producing CRP. Additionally, there are several parcels of leased land consisting of private land and school leases with pasture and irrigated farmland that can be included.
The feedlot has been well designed to be operated effectively with just a small crew of cowboys and currently has a feeding capacity of 10,500 head. All concrete bunks are utilized for feed efficiency and low waste. There are three homes on the property with several additional support buildings including a large equipment shop and two Quonset buildings. The main building features 3 offices a kitchen, scale house and large truck scales. There are two cattle load out locations with lights for shipping and receiving cattle. All well/water, EPA and DEQ permits are compliant and up to date.
Water- Several wells service the irrigated farm land. Through careful farm management, the once dry Pumpkin Creek now flows through the entire length of the property. Two containment ponds are located on site that are used as additional irrigation water on the pivots near the feed yard. The pastures are watered with a series of rubber tire tanks that utilize pipelines and solar wells. Well data available upon request.
Farming- There are 13 pivots producing corn, wheat, edible beans, and sugar beets. Additionally, there are another 600+ acres of dryland farmland in production. Grain storage consists of 50,000-bushel bin storage and 150,000-bushel ground storage under roof. Feed storage is centrally located for easy distribution around the feedlot.
Wildlife- The property is home to a host of big game and small game animals. Mule deer, Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, Elk and Pronghorn all can be found roaming the hills, as well as the occasional mountain lion. Upland birds are scattered around the ag fields and good numbers of ducks and geese inhabit Pumpkin Creek throughout the year.
$13,000,000