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Plant City Acreage 3 is 3.17 acres in Hillsborough County perfect for horses and cattle to graze. A stream runs along the northwest corner of the property and meanders along the northern boundary. The seller also owns 5.7 acres which lies contiguous to the south and could be combined to add a greater value. This property ...

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One of the best hunting properties in the area! "The North 500 Ranch" is a haven for big bucks, hogs and other wildlife. Backs to Corp of Engineers Lake Somerville for hiking and Frog Pond sanctuary for bird watching enthusiast. Lake Somerville has 11,600 acres and 85 miles of shoreline and known for the parks, fishing, s...

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Hwy Frontage, within 1hr to Tulsa airport, 30 mins to Claremore, Bartlesville, Owasso and Vinita. Currently used for cow/calf pairs. Outstanding hunting environment & wet weather creek. Farm would be a candidate for a 50/50 loan through USDA Farm Service. ...

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This ranch property has been in same family for generations, and has been leased out for cattle grazing. Ranch has a small water right, mostly for stock water from a spring through Cottonwood Creek. fronts on a county maintained road. Fenced partially, small part of boundary fence gone. Ranch is close to the lower Klamat...

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Straight farm ground no buildings, Portions of ranch have been leveled and checked. Irrigation water supplied by irrigation well. Fenced and cross fenced. Ranch adjoins a wild life area, and used to be used as a hunting club. Would make ideal waterfowl club and run cattle also. ranch in Williamson Act for low property taxes...

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This exclusive offering features approximately 2,913 acres of diverse beauty and generational stewardship. The ranch has been in the same family dating back to 1885 and has a rich history of conservation and land stewardship. The book and screenplay for the Robert Duvall movie, Seven Days in Utopia, was written and inspired...

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Hard to find, Small Country Property with Blacktop frontage - Rolling Sand Hills - Many sites to Build and NOT see the RD - Just minutes to downtown Garden City - Great Access - Seller will view Possible Divisions and Offers...

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Situated in the Pikes Peak Region of Colorado, The Springs Ranch, with its captivating views of Pikes Peak and the Sangre de Cristo Range, offers over 2,000 acres of pristine rangeland for which the discerning eye can mold into a legacy property to be handed down through generations or realize the potential development bene...

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Outstanding recreation/timberland opportunity. Excellent stewardship & physical development of a raw forestry tract of land. Beautiful topography under professionally managed pine plantations. Completely high-fenced perimeter & internal divisions. Good interior road system with main roads crowned & well drained, much inclu...

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Outstanding recreation/timberland opportunity. Excellent stewardship & physical development of a raw forestry tract of land. Beautiful topography under professionally managed pine plantations. Completely high-fenced perimeter & internal divisions. Good interior road system with main roads crowned & well drained, much inclu...

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Outstanding recreation/timberland opportunity. Excellent stewardship & physical development of a raw forestry tract of land. Beautiful topography under professionally managed pine plantations. Completely high-fenced perimeter & internal divisions. Good interior road system with main roads crowned & well drained, much inclu...

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The Gearhart Ranch has been in continuous operation as a cattle ranch since it was founded in 1890, and the values and traditions remain the same today as they were 100 years ago. Located 30 miles west of Fort Davis in Jeff Davis County, the ranch is included in the sky island ecosystem of the Davis Mountains, which benefit...

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Are you looking for your own little bit of Texas where you can hunt, fish, or just kick back & enjoy nature? Plus when your full of nature for the day your cool & cozy rustic cabin awaits with all the amenities of home. Well, look NO further. This little ranch consist of a 100+/- acres with a 1,000+/- sq.ft. NEW cabin right...

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Offered for sale for the first time since 1944, the Historic Strand Ranch, nestled at the base of the Highwood Mountains of north central Montana, is comprised of 30,974± total acres of which 28,894± are deeded, 1,760 acres are State of Montana Lease and 320 acres are BLM Lease. The Ranch comfortably carries 1,100 head of...

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29 +/- Acres of Central Texas native pasture, just 30 miles from Waco. 95% open with a tree-lined wet weather creek at the back of the property that would be an ideal home site. This property is ideal for cattle, horses, or cultivation with numerous potential home sites throughout. Ag exemption is already in place....

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Cattle Ranches For Sale - Cowboys Thrive In Many Regions

The image of the cowboy is iconic in American culture. There is nothing that symbolizes freedom more than riders and on their steeds, herding cattle on the open plain. Today, there are many regions of the United States where the cowboy lifestyle is alive and well. In fact, cattle operations are the number one revenue producing sector of our country's agriculture industry.

When buying a cattle ranch, there is a long list of things to consider. Cattle ranches can be found in almost every part of our country, and bring us back to our nation's roots as pioneers. Where are the top areas to find working ranches as an investment, and what should you look for when purchasing a cattle ranch?

Where To Find Cattle Ranches For Sale

Kansas

The gently rolling lands of Kansas are ideal for farming and ranching. Cattle ranches are dotted between the corn fields and include amenities like limestone based tall grass prairie, many creeks and rivers, lush bluestem grasses. Paddocks with a mixture of Red Clover, Ladino Clover, Bromegrass, Fescue, and Korean Lespedeza are perfect for growing beef in Kansas.

Utah

Learning how to work cattle is part of growing up in Utah. In this state, cattle are often raised on the open range. Utah features mountains, high-altitude acreage, and secluded bluffs, and ranches feature holding ponds and deep wells for water access. Turnkey ranches in beautiful, scenic surroundings are for sale. Raising and selling livestock is a business embraced with enthusiasm in Utah.

Colorado

The ranchers in Colorado care deeply about the state's natural resources. Cowboys here are known to spend a week or more, herding cattle through the mountain ranges’ sensitive ecosystems. There are opportunities to buy incredibly diverse cattle ranching land in Colorado, with alpine landscapes, pristine valleys, and stunning scenery that can offer significant grazing and farming income.

Texas

This state is known the world over as the cowboy capital of the United States. Cattle ranches in Texas are huge, sprawling affairs that can link bustling metropolises with national parks. Turnkey ranching operations in Texas offer exciting opportunities to join the thriving cattle industry in the Lone Star State.

Montana

The northern state of Montana has some of the best grass in the world. Cattle ranches here thrive in the summer, and the cowboys and cowgirls here are known for their true grit in surviving the harsh winters. Huge ranches covering thousands of acres are the norm here. The spectacular landscape, large feedlots, and lush grass offers some of the finest cattle ranches for sale in the United States.

Things To Consider When Buying A Cattle Ranch

Operations

How the cattle ranch will operate will be your number one concern. There are several factors involved.

  1. Type of Ownership - Will the owner be an owner/operator or an absentee owner?
  2. Type of Operation - Will it be a cow/calf or yearling operation?
  3. Seasonal Strategy - How will the herd be handled in the winter months?
  4. Capacity - What is the stocking rate of the property?

Water Resources

Water is critical to the operation of any cattle ranch. The quality of the water is also very important. Factors that need to be in place are:

  • Water rights for irrigation
  • Riparian areas
  • Wells
  • Tanks
  • Underground piping

Infrastructure

Ranchers need a basic infrastructure that is in good condition to operate. These include fencing, cross-fencing, cattle guards, and gates. Other working facilities may also be essential, including medical facilities, corrals, scales, and chutes.

These are just a few things to know about investing in a working cattle ranch. Would you like to see your cattle ranch property listings on Land Broker MLS? Join our co-op by signing up today.