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The Lower Ranch at Cross Mountain
, 81625
Moffat County
27,566.00 acres
An ecological and geological jewel, the Lower Ranch at Cross Mountain lies west of Craig, Colorado near Cross Mountain and the entrance to the Dinosaur National Monument in Moffat County. The ranch is named after the nine mile long and 8,000 foot high Cross Mountain that towers above the irrigated fields and pastures of the ranch. This portion of the overall ranch consists of 27,566 deeded acres that adjoin and are intermixed with over 113,000 of acres of Bureau of Land Management and State land, on which they hold grazing permits for sheep and cattle. In addition to habitat for livestock, the area is also known for its critical range for big game including elk, mule deer and antelope and is home to one of the largest migratory elk herds in North America.

The Lower Ranch is part of Cross Mountain Ranch, one of Colorados premier ranches that effectively balances livestock production, agriculture, water resources and wildlife management. Contact Ken Mirr.

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Elliott Land & Cattle
Three Rivers
,  9327
Tulare County
24,633.00 acres
One of the largest ranch property offerings available in California, Elliott Land and Cattle ranchlands stretch contiguously from the north fork of the Kaweah River westward through stunning scenery and mountainous grazing land to the rolling country of its western border along highway 245.
The sheer size of this Sierra foothills treasure with its diverse topography, great access, plentiful water and forage gives almost unlimited opportunity to create your dream of the perfect western cattle ranch. The ranch offers broad rolling oak woodland and grassland with elevations ranging from 4069 feet at Shadequarter Peak to 1000 feet around Cottonwood Creek. Abundant water throughout the ranch comes from year round and seasonal creeks as well as numerous springs, ponds and wells.
The East headquarters is located in Three Rivers and has a employee residence, horse and hay barns, a large shop, horse pastures, shaded pens and paddocks along with complete welded pipe working corrals. Welded pipe working corrals and a large hay storage barn are situated at Rancheria Canyon located at the mid way point across the property with convenient paved county road access.
The Cottonwood Creek headquarters has direct access to State Route 245
and features an employee residence, extensive working and shipping corrals, 200-ton hay storage barn and shop. Proximity to main roads as well as extensive level and gently rolling country make this the ideal site for the main ranch operations center.
The ranch has historically carried 1000 mother cows year round. The upper ranch country has traditionally carried cows and calves. The lower ranch that borders Highway 245 could be suitable for both stocker cattle, cow/calf use or even a horse operation. There is ample room for horse paddocks, smaller lots and pastures at both headquarter locations.
Ranch currently leases the North fork Kaweah BLM grazing allotment
(456 AUMs).
The ranch has a great history of successful hunting with an abundance of Deer, Wild Boar, and Black Bear. For the upland bird hunter there are ample opportunities for Dove, Quail, Turkey and Band Tailed Pigeon. Fishing enthusiasts will enjoy over 2 miles of Kaweah River frontage as well as the incredible trout streams in nearby Sequoia National Park. NEARBY: Visalia offers fine dining, shopping and entertainment. The town
is a thriving example of a modern hub in a successful agricultural region.

The West headquarters of the ranch is locatedapproximately 31 minutes from Visalia Municipal Airport via State Route 245 and one hour to Fresno International, serviced by American, United, Delta and Alaska Airlines. Visalia Municipal Airport has a generous 6559 ft runway with both ILS and GPS approaches for all weather use, full FBO services including
24 hour fueling -Jet A and 100LL. The east side of the ranch is accessed by following state route 198 to Three Rivers and North Fork Drive (approx. 45 minutes from Visalia Municipal Airport).

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King County Wolf Creek Ranch
, 79236
King County
20,617.00 acres
Historical recollections and facts regarding the ranching industry throughout Texas are of great intrigue, not the least being those outfits carved out of the old Comanche and buffalo haunts of the Texas Rolling Plains. They represent a legacy long past, of a wilder land and wilder people, and one where the voices of yesteryear emanate from the canyons and prairie land, as the restless stirrings of coyotes and whitetail deer resurrect visions from our past in this region often referred to as, The Big Empty.

We are proud to offer for sale a sizable piece of this legacy in King County, a property whose original ownership dates back to 1898, and is still maintained as a well-managed cattle ranch in the mold of older times.

The King County Wolf Creek Ranch originates from the historical JY outfit, ranch property owned by cattleman, R.B. Masterson, and subsequently the legendary 6666 ranch. In the early 20th century, this 20,617-acre spread was part of the 155,000 acre JY Masterson Ranch.

The property is located in north-northeast King County some 20 miles north of Guthrie and 20 miles east-southeast of Paducah. Lubbock, Texas is 100 miles to the west and Amarillo lies 146 miles to the north-northwest. The ranch is accessed by paved Farm to Market frontage.

The Wolf Creek Division is a well-managed and productive property that has been under the same current ownership since 2005. The owners vast knowledge of range management practices garnered him the 2012 Lone Star Land Steward Award from the Department of Texas Parks and Wildlife for his contribution to optimal range and wildlife management endeavors. Brush control and reduction in the infestation of prickly pear has increased the carrying capacity of the property for cattle as well as the quality and density of varied wildlife species inhabiting the ranch.

The entire ranch is in native rangeland with no cultivation included. The ranch is defined by a varied landscape ranging from canyon rims to rolling prairie with elevation extremes of approximately 1,844 MSL descending to the meandering meadows along creek and river bottoms some 200 feet below.

The practice of careful brush sculpting has opened some 10,000 acres of rangeland critical to optimal native grass cover, and offers extensive edge effect browse and effective escape avenues for a healthy and high-quality whitetail population. This extensive brush sculpting also opens portions of the ranch enhancing livestock grazing practices, offering the best of both worlds.

Perimeter and interior gates/fences are in excellent condition and an extensive road system offers easy access throughout most of the property in good weather conditions, even into rougher terrain. Almost all interior gates are cattle guards, offering easy transition from one pasture to another.

The property has three sets of cattle pens, one 6,000 square foot barn constructed in 2006 featuring 6 electric doors, a hydraulic vehicle lift and work area, an 800 square foot living area with restroom, and an 800 square foot second floor for storage or bedroom use. A second nearby livestock barn features a tack room, feed room and horse pens. Five overhead cake bins are available for dispensing supplemental feed for cattle or wildlife consumption. A 2,200 square foot native stone home was constructed in 2005 featuring 3 bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths. Also, a one bedroom, bathroom and kitchen bunkhouse is located north of the barn area. Electric service to the headquarter structures is supplied by South Plains Electric.

Approximately 5.3 nautical miles due east of the ranch headquarters is an elegant but simple native stone half-dugout. Replete with porch, stone columns and fireplace, this remote structure offers the flavor from another time as a panoramic view lends itself to uninhabited miles of hills and river meadow, much of which has been sculpted for optimum wildlife habitat, much like the plains of a century before.

The Middle Prong of the Wichita River cuts a meandering path through approximately 6 miles of the property and is fed by two wet weather arroyos, Wolf Creek and Dry Creek.

Water supply for the entire 20,617 acres sources from the Cottle/King Water Co-op and supports 28 livestock drinking troughs throughout the property. Three lined earthen stock ponds also offer a natural water source. Two windmills in the eastern sector of the ranch, each from 80-150 feet deep, offer marginal water quality and quantity.

Constructed east of the headquarters is a firing range offering sight-in for rifles out to 500 yards. A metal shed has been constructed to store materials and furnish shade over a two-man concrete shooting bench.

The Wolf Creek Ranch is perhaps one of the last true hunting frontiers in the Rolling Plains. As in decades past when hunting was not a feature on large property holdings, the current owner has never allowed any commercial hunting on his ranch, and has supported his philosophy with security details. With his ranch bordering other outfits such as the historical 6666s, Masterson JY, Lowrance, and Ys on three sides, the Wolf Creek property has been insulated from outside hunting pressure for generations.

Unique in current times, no supplemental feeding endeavors are in place to enhance the quality or quantity of whitetail, turkey and quail on the ranch, yet antler growth of whitetails on this property suggests a genetic pool unique to the region. Only four whitetail bucks have been allowed to be harvested by friends or the owner in the past few years and these bucks scored from the mid 180s to 212. Herds of wild hogs also roam the property, affording a reliable food source for the coyotes and bobcats that inhabit the canyons and prairie land.

The ranch is realistically offered at $995 per acre. No minerals are owned and there is no oil production on the property. The owner will convey all solar and wind generation rights with the property. There is high-speed internet that runs to the house and barn.

The Wolf Creek Ranch represents an opportunity to own and enjoy a property that has been very well maintained, improved and managed over the years. We believe this ranch meets all requirements for the rancher, investor or recreation buyer. Call for an inspection, as we believe you will agree.

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Prairie Oaks Ranch - 4,530 acres
241 Pecan Road , Gallion
, 36742
Hale County
4,530.00 acres
Southern Hospitality Meets Western!
Exquisite on-going cattle ranch consisting of 4,540 acres +/-, 4 horse barns, 3 enclosed shops, 1 shavings barn, 3 equipment sheds, and 1 hay barn. All pastures equipped with well water and troughs. Miles of wood pasture fencing and wooden horse paddocks, riding ring, breaking pen, and 13 + miles of cleared riding rails along Big Prairie Creek with deer hunting shooting houses. Game plots and 1/4 mile clay race track with 4 legend race cars. Four stocked fishing lakes and 2 bridges crossing Big Praire Creek. Paved main entrance and service entrance with paved road continuing to the main shop area. Electronic main ornamental iron gate; service gate at the entrance.
The main house is a 5,000 +/- square foot custom built pine square log home by Hearthstone Homes (Tennessee). The house has a commercial grade metal roof, 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 half baths. Heart pine floors harvested from an old cotton gin in Georgia, Pecky Cypress board paneling, custom faux plaster walls, antique front door, custom handmade ironwork, custom handmade trim, travertine marble master bath with steam room shower. Custom kitchen cabinets with black marble tops. Triple garage with 3 storage rooms, yard sprinkler system alarm system, 2 fireplaces, built-in porch charcoal grill area. Custom oak plank-board floor in screened porch adjoining sun deck. Custom rosewood master bedroom office cabinets, large laundry room with office and custom distressed beadboard cabinets with marble tops. In addition to the main house, there is 4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath guest house.
There are approximately 775 acres of mature hardwood timber. The cattle list consists of 550 head cross-bred cows, 40 head bulls (Hereford and Angus), 450 head calves and 40 head Brahma cows. The extensive equipment list is available upon request.
Call Bill Mackey for more details - 307-690-6879.

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Navajo County, AZ Cattle Ranch with Mineral Rights For Sale
, 86025
Navajo County
28,654.00 acres
Cattle Ranch with Hunting & Recreational Land For Sale in Holbrook, AZ

A once in a lifetime opportunity to own one of the largest deeded contiguous properties in Arizona. Owned by the same family for several decades. Bordering the Petrified Forest National Park with over 28,654+/- deeded acres with an average elevation ranging from 5300' - 5600'. Owners are offering property with Potash mineral rights. Multiple test sights have been drilled around the ranch and found the potash to be with an average depth between 800'-1200' and over millions of tonnes (Inferred).

A professional technical report is available for interested buyers. The property is very accessible from Highway180 and Interstate 40. The Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railroad runs along the north boundary of the property for several miles. The ranch is currently leased out for grazing and has a carrying capacity of 600 head of cattle at ten cow/calf per section. Several improvements of outbuildings consisting of a barn, shop, corrals, four bedroom / two bath home on solar electricity and fencing to separate pastures. Over 40 +/- miles of roads were developed and can access most of the ranch.

The ranch has a resident herd of antelope, as well as mule deer and elk that pass through. The ranch was originally deeded to the railroad around 1870'slike a lot of the country was out West. Over the years the property was leased out and never owned until the Fitzgerald family came along and staked out their dream. Due to the leases and minimal use over the years a lot of the property is untouched and undeveloped.

Like walking back in time, there is tremendous development potential close to Holbrook.186 Miles to Phoenix and 90 miles to Flagstaff, Holbrook is located in the Northeast Corner of Arizona with an elevation of 5,082' and a population of 5,093 people. The longest runway at Holbrook airport is6,698 ft. Welcome to your next opportunity.

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Listing ID: 02036-79004

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JT Jones Ranch
, 77445
Waller County
2,142.00 acres
JT Jones Ranch is over 2100 acres of wild natural beauty assembled over decades by the Jones family of Houston. From the rolling uplands and open pastures to the pecan bottoms and rich soil, this property offers a wide variety of features and uses. On the banks of the Brazos River, the ranch is home to a myriad of wildlife species as well as a productive beef cattle business. It offers a 60 acre oxbow lake, sand bars with direct river access, hundreds of acres of wooded wildlife habitat, and well drained native and improved grass pastures. The main house, horse barn, and guest house are privately located at the end of a paved county road. Come out today and see one of the largest properties under one fence in all of Waller County. You wont be disappointed.

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TB Quarter Horses Ranch
18901 Bradshaw Ln, Thackerville, Oklahoma 73459 , Thackerville
, 73459
Love County
744.00 acres

The TB Quarter Horses Ranch is located in The Red River Valley of Southern Oklahoma in sought-after Love County, Oklahoma. This premier ranch consists of 744 acres, made up primarily of improved grasses with a gradual elevation change. Currently in operation as a working equestrian and cattle ranch, it is capable of running 200 AU in ideal weather conditions. TB Quarter Horses Ranch overlooks the Red River with miles of frontage along the Corps of Engineers-managed property adjacent to the River. There are 8 lakes ponds/small lakes strategically situated through out the property assuring an abundance of water resources, delivering all the components necessary for hay production, working cattle and horse facilities and grasses essential to a superb hay. Ranch facilities are functional and good stewardship is amply demonstrated by the condition of the pastures as well as the excellently maintained condition of all capital improvements and infrastructure.


The 8600 square foot exquisite home is built in a rustic style with tall ceilings throughout. There are three oversized brick fireplaces, tiled floors, wood paneling and the home lends itself to any style of interior design. Under roof, there are six spacious bedrooms and eight baths. There is an outdoor patio which spreads over approximately 1000 square feet with a kitchen, bar, fireplace, hot sauna and fire pit, making an excellent location to have family and friends over to watch the sun set. The sprawling, spacious, yet comfortable floor plan offers seclusion and privacy for a couple as well as accommodation for multiple guests, large family get-togethers or corporate retreat and entertainment. There is a large outdoor pool and a very large dog house with fenced area for dogs to have much room to roam.

The equestrian improvements, built to perfection, consist of a four-stall stallion barn, a 20-stall show barn with tack room and wash area. The 50-stall mare barn has a laboratory and office as well as a 75 by 140 foot covered arena. Also on the ranch is a set of working cattle pens, alley ways to all barns and pens, large six-bay shop to store farm implements, four-horse walker, a separate hay barn and show pig barn. There is also a main office with kitchenette, bathroom, and fireplace.

Fencing & Roads:

The majority of the ranch is pipe and cable fencing in accumulate condition as well as 5 and 6 wire barbed wire fence. All cattle working facilities are pipe fencing as well. The ranch includes a winding asphalt paved road from the gate to the main house, providing invaluable ease and all-weather access to the ranch and home for sports cars and luxury vehicles.

There are numerous internal trials throughout property for walking, ATV, 4-wheelers and horseback riding.


TB Quarter Horses Ranch is situated approximately 5 miles north of the Red River in Love County, which places it directly between Oklahoma City (125 miles to the north) and Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas (70 miles to the south). Love County falls within the boundaries of the ancestral Chickasaw Nation which houses one of the largest casinos in the world, Winstar Casino. The location, views and vistas of the ranch offer a feeling of privacy, space and seclusion from the world, yet traveling on Interstate 35, the shopping, entertainment, fine dining and Winstar resort facilities are just one exit south of the ranch exit.

Love County is named for Overton Love (1823-1891), esteemed Chickasaw Nation judge. The city of Marietta is the county seat. Lake Murray, 15 miles north of Marietta, offers 6,000 acres of clear water and 20,000 surrounding acres. Created in the 1930's, it is the first and largest state park devoted entirely to recreation. Falcon Head Resort & County Club, located 15 miles northwest of Thackerville, is the only course accessible to the average golfer to have been played by the LPGA and PGA tours. Love County has been attracting outstanding quarter horse trainers since the 1980's who move there to take advantage of the moderate climate, sandy soils, affordable land, and low property taxes. The ranch's location in Thackerville along the I-35 corridor places it midway between OKC and Fort Worth, sites of the world's major shows for reigning, cutting, roping, and barrel racing.

Contact us for more information or a private showing.

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Sargent Ranch North
2775 Old Monterey Road , Gilroy
, 95020
Santa Clara County
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 propertys 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.

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43 ZY Brown Ranch Big Sandy MT
43 Chase Hill Drive , Big Sandy
, 59520
Chouteau County
25,874.00 acres
FIRST TIME EVER ON MARKET! ZY Brown Ranch and CHASE HILL OUTFITTERS are located southeast of Big Sandy, MT only five miles off pavement offering privacy, production, and recreation.With over 25,000 total acres including 18,134 deeded acres, and over 8,000 acres of BLM and State lease, the ranch supports 650 cow calf pair and has 5,300 acres of tillable land. Included in the sale is the families 30+ years established Chase Hill Outfitting business - providing guided hunts and assisting clients in the harvest of trophy Mule Deer, Antelope, and record book Bighorn Sheep. There are two main ranch homes, several homesteads, two staff homes plus several outbuildings including 100,000 bushel grain storage, shop and barn. High speed internet and good access makes this a perfect investment. The ranch is in one block, contiguous and has excellent access. Owner operate or lease to others. A couple of years ago, a Gorgosaurus Dinosaur was discovered on the ranch; was excavated and assembled for a museum quality display. Paleontologists believe there are more to be found. Birch Creek runs through the ranch below timbered draws and much of the landscape is similar to the Missouri River Breaks. Excellent wildlife habitat for birds and many other species. Historic Fort Benton is close by as is the town of Havre with more services. Call in advance of showing date in order to facilitate quality time on the ranch. Co-listed with Don Pilotte of BHHSMT Big Sky Office.

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Storm King Ranch
, 81401
Montrose County
12,000.00 acres
- Over 12,000 acres (6,639+/- deeded)
- Excellent cattle, hunting & equestrian property
- Custom owners home, luxury guest or managers home, alpine hunting cabin, shooting cabin, bunkhouse, & two modular homes for ranch employees
- Ranching facilities include excellent corrals, heated shop, horse barn, & a riding arena
- Trophy mule deer & elk, moose, bear, turkey, & more
- Fifteen minutes from Montrose & one hour from Telluride

Few indeed are spectacular Colorado mountain ranches that remain large, honest-to-goodness cattle and horse operations, but Storm King Ranch just south of Montrose is a rare jewel in that category. Nestled in the foothills of the stunning San Juan Mountains, Storm King Ranch covers over 12,000 total acres (6,639+/- deeded) of well-watered and diverse habitat that is custom-made for big game, cattle, and horses alike. With remarkable ranching improvements, luxurious homes, and paved proximity to both Montrose and Telluride, Storm King Ranch could well be a once in a lifetime opportunity in the Colorado ranching market.

With elevations ranging from approximately 6500 to 9000 feet, Storm King Ranch supports everything from lush mountain meadows to spruce and fir forest, with extensive stands of oak brush and aspen in between. The views of the San Juan Mountains make scenic values here second to none, and the ranch is a calendar-worthy blaze of color in the fall. Recreation both on and off the ranch is diverse and almost endless, with hiking, horseback riding, four-wheeling, snowmobiling, hunting, and fishing all close at hand. World class downhill skiing is only slightly more than an hour away at Telluride, and Ouray, an ice-climbers paradise, is even closer.

The ranchs combination of deeded and leased BLM land allows for efficient rotation of livestock grazing throughout the year. Recently 300 head of black angus cattle are supported year-round, and AQHA-registered quarter horses are raised. Abundant reservoir and ditch water rights support the livestock operation and enable irrigation of 400 acres of hay meadows. Small ponds, seeps, and creeks are also scattered throughout the property.

Herds of both mule deer and elk thrive on the ranch year-round. The ranch has been managed to produce trophy animals, proven by many 180+ inch mule deer bucks, and numerous 300+ inch bull elk. The ranch is located in Unit 65, with over-the-counter elk tags and landowner deer tags. Moose, black bear, mountain lion, turkey, and small game are also found throughout the area.

Residential improvements at Storm King Ranch are truly exceptional. The owners home is a custom-designed 3,290 square foot beauty, with a log slab finish and rustic ceiling beams in the Great Room. It includes 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and a wrap-around porch to enjoy the cool San Juan summer evenings. A wine cellar and gun vault are included in the basement. A detached, two-car garage includes a 747 square foot apartment above.

The 3,278 square foot managers home boasts 6 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. It includes a detached garage with four bays and a 1000 square foot apartment. Other improvements on the ranch include an alpine hunting cabin, shooting cabin, bunkhouse, two modular homes for ranch employees, and three acres of gardens formerly used for an organic produce farming operation. Ranching facilities include excellent corrals, heated shop, a horse barn, and a riding arena. In short, Storm King Ranchs facilities are all good to go to meet the needs of ranching, hunting, and a large number of guests. With only 360 acres currently under a conservation easement, additional improvement, conservation, or development opportunities are available to the next owner.

Access to the outside world is one of this propertys greatest assets. The burgeoning small city of Montrose is only 15 minutes distant by paved road, and scenic Ridgway and Ouray only slightly further to the south. Ridgway Reservoir is a major recreational area nearby, and Buckhorn Lakes Park borders the ranch on the southeast. A major regional airport is located at Montrose, providing flights directly to Denver and thereby connections to the rest of the world.

The past owners of the Storm King Ranch have worked hard to maintain a healthy ranching and hunting heritage on this exceptional property. Its remarkable combination of superb access, scenic beauty, abundant wildlife, and diverse agricultural opportunities just dont come around every day. There are few other places on earth like the San Juans, and Storm King Ranch is a San Juan gem. Contact us at Harrigan Land Company if youd like a closer look at a ranch that can turn your Colorado dream into reality.