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El Capitan Trophy Elk, Land & Cattle Ranch
#NM419839
Lincoln, 
24,000.00 acres
El Capitan Trophy Elk, Land & Cattle RanchLarge contiguous land holdings comparable to the +/-24,070 acres (+/-11,070 deeded and +/-13,000 National Forest grazing 200 AUM allotment) representing the El Capitan Trophy Elk, Land & Cattle Ranch, are getting harder and harder to find, especially with the incredible artesian springs and untapped water that El Capitan Ranch carries. El Capitan Ranch is most noted as the property where Smokey Bear was found in the spring of 1950, and a documented hideout of Billy the Kid.  The ranch offers world-class hunting (both high fence and free range), working cattle operations, substantial improvements and 10+miles of paved highway frontage with major investment potential.  Drive time from Capitan to Ruidoso’s casinos, horse racing and snow skiing is 17 miles, the Texas State line is a close 2 hours 15 minutes and just 2 hours 35 minutes to Albuquerque International Airport. The ranch borders thousands of acres of the Lincoln National Forest and the 35,000 acre Capitan Wilderness and is but 14 miles from the quaint historic town of Capitan, New Mexico with excellent dining, incredible western history of Lincoln County and  historic museums. Hunting In 2019 the New Mexico Department of Fish and Game allocated this area as Management Level 2, with unlimited landowner bull elk tags, unlimited landowner mule deer tags, unlimited landowner antelope tags, and the ranch carries a large number of both Merriam and Rio Grande Turkeys as well as hybrids.  In recent years, wild hogs have encroached into this area of New Mexico and allows for unlimited hunting, with black bear, bobcat, an occasional mountain lion and coyotes rounding out the predator hunting.  The largest free range bull elk was a 396 taken a couple years ago with 350+ bulls documented every year on the ranch.  In 2019, a 198 in mule deer was the largest taken in the area.  One of the many outstanding features of El Capitan is the +/-1700 acre licensed high fence game park (oldest in the state) currently carrying a +/-40 animal elk herd being managed to harvest +/-6 bulls a year at $9500 per hunt.  There’s also +/- a dozen mule deer in the park as well.  An additional adjacent 1500 acres could also be added to the park as high fence, if desired. The ranch is perimeter fenced and divided into a total of 13 pastures, including the two in the high fence. The ranch ranges from a very mild elevation of 6400 ft. to 8200 ft.   Improvements Headquarters consists of  a 4-bedroom, 2-bath ranch house lodge, a 2-bedroom, 1-bath managers house, and an additional 3-bedroom, 1-bath ranch house that needs remodeling. There's a large 60’ x 80’ metal shop, full elk handling facilities, corrals, and traps for breeding. All are included.  There’s an additional cabin, outbuildings & barns on the property.  Two stocked ponds compliment the headquarters (trout, bass, bluegills) with water available for additional water improvements throughout. Caretaker/manager One of the greatest additions to the ranch is the current  manager, a very experienced ranch/game manager and licensed biologist who lives but 3 miles away.  His knowledge and experience in the area and on the ranch is incomparable, would be a great asset to the new owners, and has shown a desire to stay on with the right ownership.InvestmentWith one of the closest rocky mountain ranges to the great state of Texas, and complete end-to-end paved highway frontage, El Capitan also offers investment potential for the ideal candidate with the ranch being subdivided into 5 separate ranches.  You can’t get hurt with dirt! Not really sure what one compares the incredible holding of El Capitan Trophy Elk, Land & Cattle to, but the options are endless while the opportunity is not! Call or email today for additional information and your qualified showing.  Co Brokers welcome.
$14,245,000

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Marsh Tract Combined – Florida Ag Portfolio
#FL433965
Indian River, 
2,600.00 acres
Marsh Tract Combined is a total of 2,600 acres located in Vero Beach, Florida, with approximately 100% uplands. This grove receives most of its water from two 14 wells, and one 8 FT and 450 acres are leveled with a linear irrigation system, with the remainder having Microjet Irrigation. Marsh Tract Combined is one of several included in a larger portfolio of 11,100.9 acres spanning across DeSoto, St. Lucie, and Indian River Counties. The property is located just two miles from the I-95 and SR 60 interchange and 2.25 miles from a planned I-95 interchange at Oslo Rd and I-95, providing excellent access to future investment potential.
$14,006,765

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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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Antelope Valley Farms
#NV375335
Lander, 
3,000.00 acres
18 center pivots in production totaling 2250 acres. Additional 750 acres can be added into production. 25 irrigation wells. 9 wells drilled over 1000 feet deep. 9 homes. 60x90 ft covered equipment storage barn. 24x150 ft equipment shed. 50x100 ft Quonset building. Excellent production history, alfalfa production has averaged 5.5 to 6.5 tons per acre. Rotational forage crops. Grain hay and timothy hay have averaged 6 tons per acre in two cuttings. Listing Agent: Rex Hartwick Phone: 775-772-6339 Email: rexahartwick@gmail.com
$13,950,000

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Bureau County, IL 1215 acres
#IL301074
Bureau, 
1,215.00 acres
LandGuys is excited to offer this mega-property with world-class recreational opportunities! Cloverleaf Ranch is 1,215+/- acres of outdoor paradise. This elite property boasts some of the best whitetail hunting across the entire Midwest. A massive block of hardwood timber loaded with valleys and streams is where you will find cruising bucks traveling during the fall. The well established trail system allows outdoor enthusiasts to access the timber with ease. Tons of thick-brushy cover provides excellent bedding locations for the massive deer herd living on the property. Several hundred wild turkeys make their home on the ranch. There are approximately 550 tillable acres that supply a solid annual income. The 30 acre pond is stocked full of largemouth bass, tiger musky, walleye, bluegill, crappie, and more. The lake is big enough to enjoy jet-skiing and even has a well groomed beach. Equipped with a chef’s kitchen, game room, and spa room..the 5,200 sq ft lodge is perfect for entertaining guests. A 30x50 outbuilding will house all of your toys and outdoor necessities. An Olympic-certified trap and skeet range is professional engineered and is perfect for any level shooting enthusiast. An elite property of this magnitude wouldn’t be complete without its own airstrip. The owner of this property would have the convenience of flying in on the half mile FAA-approved grass runway. The Cloverleaf Ranch is an exceptional rural retreat! Contact Nathan Cumpton 815-878-6780 or Don Wagner 309-335-2894 for more information about this incredible property or to schedule a private showing. Address 6349 1725 East St. Tiskilwa, IL 61368 Call: NATHAN CUMPTON Cell: 815-878-6780 or DON WAGNER Cell: 309-335-2894 Property Highlights: * 1,215+/- total acres * $120,000 annual income from farming lease * World class whitetail hunting * Very large block of mature timber * 2 sided access with multiple access points * Thick-nasty-brushy areas ideal bedding habitat * Many funnels and pinch-points * Very lightly hunted * Miles of well ATV groomed trails * Excellent turkey hunting * FAA certified airstrip * 30 acre stocked lake * Private sandy beach * 2 docks * Lakefront gazebo * Fish cleaning house * Solar powered aerator in lake * Numerous potential food plot locations * Olympic-certified trap and skeet range * 5,200 sq ft lodge, 6 bedroom/4.5 bath * Game room, chef’s kitchen, wet bar, and spa room * Large pole building * Gated entrance * 2hrs from downtown Chicago, 1hr from Quad Cities, 1hr from Peoria
$13,500,000

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9738 +/- Acre Oklahoma Cattle and Hunting Ranch
#OK439021
Harper, 
9,738.00 acres
Acres: 9738 +/- contiguous acres. (7,418 ac. deeded & 2,320 ac. state leased.) Price: $ 13,000,000 Animal Units: Runs 1,100 cows. Potential to run 1,500-2,000 cows. Terms: No owner financing. Location: Harper & Beaver Counties, Rosston, OK. Located 65 miles south of Dodge City, KS in N.W. Oklahoma. Comments: 2,700 Ac. under irrigation, 3,000 gallons/minute wells, great hunting, 2 nice homes. Four miles of the Beaver River runs through ranch. Improvements: 2 nice homes. Calving Facilities. 2 Large sets of metal corrals. 85’ truck scales. Water: 4 main irrigation wells set on 3,000 gallon/minute, 10 livestock water wells, 2700 ac. under 10 pivots. 4 mile frontage on the Beaver River. 8,599 acre-feet of state issued water rights. Terrain: Basically level. Fences: Excellent Extensive Fencing. Grasses: Ozarka Bermuda under some pivots (gradually sprigging this new grass under all pivots), native grasses. Game: Large number of whitetail and mule deer. Excellent quail hunting, some wild turkeys. Outfitters lease - $50,000 per year. Leases: 2300 acres are leased from the State of Oklahoma. When buying property, offered by Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales, the buyer’s agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at initial showing of the property in order to participate in real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation, if any, will be at sole discretion of Southwest Ranch & Farm Sales.
$13,000,000

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6666 Frisco Creek Ranch Division
#TX465299
Sherman, 
9,427.00 acres
*Offered collectively as a package with the 6666 Ranch and 6666 Dixon Creek Ranch Division. The Frisco Creek Ranch is located in the extreme northern Texas Panhandle, being only approximately 2 miles from the Oklahoma Panhandle state line. The property is north of Amarillo and is situated approximately 20 miles east of Stratford, Texas. The ranch has excellent access by two paved highways. Most everyone knows of the legend and the history of the 6666’s Ranching empire. The Frisco Creek Ranch is a recent acquisition of the 6666’s. Their main 6666’s Ranch at Guthrie, Texas, along with their Dixon Creek Ranch near Borger are both operated as cow/calf ranching units. In order to maximize profits, it became necessary to wean their calves, rather than sell them straight off the cow. The 6666’s needed a very productive property to use to wean their calves in the Fall prior to shipping these calves to the all-natural feedyard they use in the Texas Panhandle. In 2016 Sam Middleton was contacted by the General Manager of the 6666’s. With Sam’s help, they purchased the very productive Frisco Creek Ranch, which proved to be the perfect place to wean their calves prior to going to the feedyard. When the 6666’s purchased Frisco Creek in 2016, it was already considered to be a productive cattle operation, being a combination of native pasture and pivot irrigation. When the property was first purchased, there were three pivot sprinklers on the ranch with a total of approximately 367 acres in cultivation. At that time, the irrigated land was farmed in corn and wheat. Soon after purchasing this ranch, the 6666’s added considerable fencing, pipe feed pens with concrete feed bunks, developed additional irrigation and additional pivots, taking this property to the next level. Currently, there are 7 irrigated pivot circles on the property. Each pivot contains a little over 120 wet acres, for a total of approximately 861 irrigated acres. Approximately 260 acres are in dryland corners, leaving slightly over 8,300 acres of native and improved pasture. In order to maximize productivity, 6 of the 7 pivots have been seeded to Stockmaster Forage, which is a combination of fescue, orchard grass and rye grass. This is a pasture mix that once established, will last for 8 or more years before needing to be reseeded. Now, the Frisco Creek Ranch can truly be characterized as an intensive “beef factory”. Under the current operation, a majority of the 6666’s calves are shipped to Frisco Creek in the Fall of the year, where they are straightened out, pastured on native grass, irrigated/fertilized improved grass and/or supplementally bunk fed. Typically, these calves will stay at Frisco Creek for 45 – 60 days, then shipped to Mc 6 Feedyard to be finished and sold to Walmart, where they bring a 10 – 12 per pound premium. During the remainder of the year, Frisco Creek Ranch takes in thousands of outside ownership cattle on a gain basis or on a per head per month basis. Totally, management of Frisco Creek Ranch estimates the property can handle approximately 10,000 head of cattle per year, or two sets of 5,000 head each. The growing season in this area of the Northern Texas Panhandle averages approximately 182 days and the annual precipitation is 18” – 19”, with snow fall fairly common in the winter months. Elevations on the Frisco Creek Ranch range from approximately 3,350 feet in the lower bottom areas to 3,500 feet on the elevated uplands. The terrain of the Frisco Creek Ranch varies from nearly level to gently sloping and slightly broken. The main portion of the native grass is located on the west side of the ranch. This area of the ranch has a rolling to slightly broken terrain with an overall open appearance. Frisco Creek, which is a wet weather creek, runs through this area of the ranch. There is very little brush cover on the native grass portion of the property. The native pasture is fenced into 4 pastures and a shipping trap with pens, working facilities and hydraulic squeeze chute. This area of the ranch is watered by an electric submersible well, solar wells and waterlines. Across the highway to the east, the ranch elevates to the upland plains area. On this portion of the property there are 7 irrigated pivots, with 6 seeded to Stockmaster Forage and one seeded to a crab grass mix. The 7 pivot sprinklers are nozzled at 350 gallons per minute to 500 gallons per minute each. There are 7 irrigation wells developed in this area of the property. These wells pump from over 200 gallons per minute to 800 gallons per minute and well depths vary from 450 feet to 540 feet. All wells are powered by electricity. Each pivot is fenced separately and there are also a number of small grazing traps averaging approximately 160 acres each. All of the irrigation wells can be piped to enclosed water storage reservoirs where the water can be diverted as needed. These traps are a combination of native and improved pasture. A main feeding lane runs for a distance of approximately 5 miles through the center of this area of the ranch. This feeding lane is fenced on both sides and can be used as a drive lane for cattle or as a lane to dump feed into bunks adjoining each pivot and the native and improved grass traps. Near the center of this area of the ranch the 6666’s has recently developed pipe feeding pens and concrete bunks as an additional area to feed and hold livestock, as needed. Soil types over the property vary from loam to clay loam and sandy loam soils. The Frisco Creek Ranch is extremely well improved. The main home was built in 2006 and is described as a log home with concrete foundation, wrap-around porch with stone accents and a metal roof. This partial two-story home features a large great room with cathedral wood beam ceiling, stacked rock fireplace and stained concrete floors. Adjacent to the great room is an open kitchen area. Two-bedrooms and two-baths are located downstairs. A massive wooden stairway leads to a loft area positioned above the kitchen and downstairs bedrooms. A deck sitting area overlooks the great room. Another rock fireplace is located at the upstairs sitting area. The master bedroom and bath are located upstairs. The downstairs portion of the home contains approximately 2,442 square feet and the upstairs area contains approximately 1,216 square feet, for a total of approximately 3,658 square feet of living area. The total square footage under roof is approximately 5,376 square feet, which includes the wrap-around porch area. To the east of the main home is a metal sided barn/apartment/covered working pens area. The western portion of this structure is an apartment with living/kitchen area, two-bedrooms and a bath. Adjacent to the apartment is an enclosed shop/garage. Next to the shop/garage is a 4,000 square foot covered area with dirt floor used to train horses. The far east portion of the covered facility houses livestock working facilities, including a crowding alley and hydraulic chute. From this covered area the extensive working, shipping and sorting pens, along with a large round pen are found. Other nearby improvements include the commodity barn where feed is mixed and the large set of livestock and truck scales. On the far east side of the property is an older quonset barn, hand house and another set of livestock working pens, also equipped with hydraulic chute. Without question, the Frisco Creek Ranch is extremely well improved, very functional and productive. This well designed state-of-the-art cattle operation is priced at $1,295 per acre. Besides being an outstanding cattle operation, the many improvements offer a substantial depreciation schedule for the buyer. For further information on the ranch or to schedule a showing, please contact Sam Middleton (817) 304-0504.
$12,209,260

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Rolling Fork River Ranch
#AR230666
Sevier, 
3,860.00 acres
Rolling Fork River Ranch A Versatile Southwest Arkansas Premier Offering Property Location: 18± miles east of Broken Bow, OK and 5± miles west of De Queen, AR on US Hwy 70 Western boundary is Oklahoma state line List Price: $11,720,000 ($3,036.26/acre) Includes 3,860± acres & structures Property viewings & inspections by appointment only. The Rolling Fork River Ranch is one of the largest contiguous and fully-functional cattle operations in Arkansas with premier sorting facilities. The property is known for its productivity and beautiful rolling terrain. The 3,860± acre ranch boasts a custom-built main home, banquet house, and chapel, as well as additional smaller homes and outbuildings – the perfect property for an exclusive hunting lodge or corporate retreat. This property also has the potential to be used as a destination wedding venue. Property Features: • 3,860± contiguous acres • Fully-functional cattle operation • Excellent US Hwy 70 frontage w/ multiple gated access points • All pastures are fenced w/ exceptional water sources • 20± acre stocked lake • 10± acre stocked lake • Turkey, deer, duck, wild hog & small game hunting opportunities • 3± miles of Rolling Fork River frontage • 5± miles of Rock Creek frontage Improvements Include: • Main Home: 5,768± sq ft, custom-built, 2-story, 4 BR, 4.5 BA, in-ground pool • Banquet House: 6,610± sq ft, 2-story, 4 BR, 2.5 BA • Garage/Office: 1,800± sq ft, 1 BA • Chapel: 3,692± sq ft, 2 meeting rooms, 3.5 BA • Office/Home: 1,337± sq ft, 1-story, 3 BR, 1 BA • Shop: 3,060± sq ft, (3) 10’ roll-up doors, ½ BA • Barn: 6,004± sq ft • Boat Dock: 800± sq ft, covered • Cattle Barn/Sorting Facility: 32,260± sq ft • Shed: 1,400± sq ft • Rental Home: 1,915± sq ft, 2-story, 4 BR, 2 BA • 5 Loafing Sheds: 20’x32’ each RollingForkRiverRanch.com • 888-695-8733 United Country | The Land Group Ray Galloway, Mark Knight & Pat DuBose
$11,720,000

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Pritchard Sumner Ranch
#CA262970
San Luis Obispo, 
8,525.00 acres
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 busines for 47 years, 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.
$9,995,000
Grain Storage Facility!
#MI342779
Jackson, 
21.00 acres
4,496,000 bushels of grain storage consisting of six 580,000 bushel bins, two 380,000 bushel bins, two 90,000 bushel bins, one 36,000 bushel bin, and one cone bottom 40,000 bushel bin. All are full air floor. Three grain legs that average 12,000 to 14,000 bushels per hour located on the south of the property at the main dump. There is a secondary dump located on the north side of the first two large capacity bins. The smaller bins (36,000, 40,000, and two 90,000 bushel bins) are wet storage that feed four dryers; one Farm Fan, 2,400 bushel per hour dryer, 2 Zimmerman 4,000 bushel per hour dryer, one 4,700 bushel per hour dryer. There is a fourth leg (20,000 bushel per hour) located at the secondary pit. There is also a 118’ x 86’ storage shed Note: All subject to buyer due diligence.
$11,000,000