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Porter Ranch
4696 314 County Road  , New Castle
, 81647
Garfield County
3,600.00 acres
New Ranch to the market! 5th generation family ranch now being offered by Eagle Land! Just 16 miles outside of Glenwood
Springs and 6 miles from the charming town of New Castle is this 3,600-acres lush, irrigated ranch. This ranch includes a
large private irrigation lake with 1,175-acre feet of water feeding 880 irrigated acres with a pressurized sprinkler system.
Rolling hills with drainages filled with deer, herds of elk, turkeys and bears. Up to 360 class bulls are harvested yearly on
this spectacular ranch. This is a must see ranch in Western Colorado!

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Point of Rocks Ranch
, 82071
Albany County
13,500.00 acres
- 13,500+/- deeded acres
- Excellent hunting, fishing, cattle, & investment property
- Unique combination of extreme privacy & accessibility
- Trophy elk, mule deer, and antelope hunting
- Over 12 miles of creeks & two lakes with trophy trout fishing
- Approximately 40 minutes from Laramie, Wyoming

Some ranches receive Trophy status because of their massive building programs, but at Point of Rocks Ranch, only 40 minutes outside of Laramie, Wyoming, the trophies are of the old-fashioned variety: big game and trout of a quality and quantity seldom seen anywhere. If ever a ranch was created for world-class hunting and fishing, this is surely it. Point of Rocks Ranch is over 21 square miles (approximately 13,500 acres) of well-tendered habitat that grows elk, mule deer, pronghorn and trout of proportions that are worthy of magazine covers.

Wildlife thrives at Point of Rocks Ranch because it has been intentionally managed for years with big game and trout in mind. First, the ranch is completely private, with no public roads, public land, or public access anywhere within its well-blocked perimeter, allowing herds to live here relatively undisturbed. Second, an elevation of approximately 7000 feet in the foothills of the Laramie Mountains means cool summers and relatively mild winters, in which herds of elk, mule deer, and pronghorn can thrive year-round. Third, a blend of habitat types from rolling grasslands, granite outcrops, riparian areas, and scattered forest of pine and aspen, create variety that big game love. Fourth, water is abundant, with 12 miles of live streams, making this property a wildlife magnet, while at the same time, providing remarkable fishery potential. It is simply difficult to imagine a better combination of factors conducive to producing both big game and trout.

Big game hunting has been at the core of the Point of Rocks experience for generations. Guided trips have been conducted with quality in mind, with archery, black powder, and rifle hunters doing exceedingly well for trophy specimens of elk, mule deer, and pronghorn alike. The ranch qualifies for landowner tags for all three species, and as it is in General Elk Area 6, is also allows for over-the-counter elk tags for residents, and good drawing odds for nonresidents. With the number and variety of quality hunts available at Point of Rocks Ranch, a commercial outfitting business is a proven enterprise here.

Not to be outdone by the big game, the trout at Point of Rocks Ranch also weigh in as significant attractions here. Twelve miles of small cold streams are perfect habitat for pan-sized brook trout that have preference for dry flies, and several ponds and small lakes produce fish that test even the heaviest of tippets. Monster rainbows and brookies are most common and do exceedingly well in the food-rich cold ponds. Trout up to 5 pounds are not uncommon, and individuals over 10 pounds have been caught. These fish can be caught from shore, but a float tube can be a dream to fish every square foot of the lakes. Not surprisingly, big streamers will often elicit the most aggressive strikes.

Although the ranch is completely private and surrounded by other large private parcels, it is remarkably accessible to the bustling small city of Laramie, only a short distance away. The home of the University of Wyoming, Laramie has a population of 32,000 and is one of Wyomings cultural centers. In addition, Wyomings capital, Cheyenne, is only a little further, and Denver Colorado and Denver International Airport less than a three hour drive.

Although no improvements other than great fencing and quality roads presently exist on the ranch, power is less than a mile away from its southern boundary, and building sites are virtually unlimited. Visionary owners could construct a state-of-the-art home or lodge completely off-grid utilizing solar or wind power, or a combination of both. Even without a trophy lodge or home, however, Point of Rocks Ranch remains a trophy in our book. Just ask the many hunters or anglers who have been blessed to visit here over the years. Its hard to imagine improving on the trophy status of a ranch with a 66 bull in your sights or a 10-pound rainbow throbbing on the end of your line!

For more information, contact Dennis Magnusson at 307-640-6431 or

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Farm & Cattle Ranch with Home For Sale in Sheridan County, NE
2774 377th Trail  , Gordon
, 69343
Sheridan County
19,395.00 acres
Nebraska Sandhills Farm and Cattle Ranch with Home For Sale in Gordon, NE


The Spring Lake Ranch is one of the most productive and scenic cattle ranches in the Nebraska Sandhills. It is an elite, unique and premiere ranch. The ranch is 17,795.44 deeded acres plus 1600 acres of State of Nebraska lease for a total of 19,395.44 +/- acres all in one contiguous block. Located 23 miles South of Gordon, NE, on state highway 27. The ranch has frontage for approximately four miles on both sides of highway 27.

The Nebraska Sandhills Region is renown internationally as one of the best cattle production areas in the USA. The Sandhills are approximately 19,300 square miles with about 95% being tall prairie grass rangeland. The region features high ridges of hills, lakes, wetland valleys, and spring-fed rivers and streams. Nebraska has more year-around streams and rivers than any other state. The Sandhills are blessed with amazing water resources in the form of the Ogallala Aquifer. The saturated depth of the aquifer in the area of the ranch is 600-800 feet!

Turnkey Cattle Operation For Sale in Sheridan County, NE


The Spring Lake Ranch is unique in that it has all the attributes of the ideal Sandhill's cattle ranch: wet & sub-irrigate hay meadows; seven lakes plus numerous ponds & wetlands; flowing wells, pine & cedar tree shelter belts plus hardwood tree groves; exceptional improvements & cattle handling facilities, and most importantly, pride of ownership in every detail. The ranch is extensively cross fenced with ample water supply for rotational grazing. Ownership rates the ranch at 900-1.000 cows on a year around basis dependent upon climatic conditions. The present cattle operation is a May 1 calving date with cows wintered on rangeland and meadow aftermath with protein supplement. The hay meadows produce an abundance of grass hay that is available to feed as needed.


Three homes, bunkhouse, hunting cabin, barns, shops, machinery storage, etc. Steel working corrals with hydraulic Silencer working chute with Tru-Test Scales plus State of Nebraska state certified scales. Roping arena.

Trophy Hunting & Recreational Land For Sale in Gordon, NE


The ranch has unlimited recreational potential with the scenic lakes and abundant wildlife including: trophy mule deer; a growing population of whitetail deer; occasional antelope; wild turkey; grouse; small population of pheasant; nesting waterfowl include Canada geese, multiple species of ducks, & trumpeter swans; migrating pelicans; and diversity of song birds. Additional ranch income is available with a hunting lease with local outfitter. he ranch has hosted several television hunting shows.

2020 REAL ESTATE TAXES:$100,983 ($5.67 per deeded acre)

OFFERING PRICE: $16.900.000 ($950per deeded acre)

For more properties like this one, head to United Country Real Estate!

Listing ID: 26015-16101

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1625+2 Prince Creek Road
1625 +2 Prince Creek Road , Carbondale
, 81623
Pitkin County
224.00 acres
Looking for a private, secluded sanctuary? The FDRW is it! This 224 acre legacy ranch nestled at the base of Mt Sopris is 3.5 mi to Carbondale, 29 mi to Aspen. This rare & scenic location has 180 panoramic views. A safe haven perfect for a family compound, wellness retreat, horse ranch or cattle ranch. Rich in history, water rights, wildlife & potential; the possibilities to create your dream lifestyle are endless. The improvements include 3 homes, event venue, artist studio, fitness center, green houses, tree nursery & more . Endless recreational activities , Crystal River frontage & abundant wildlife are an everyday experience. An agricultural lease, event center+2 rental spaces make this a sustainable property. Truly an exceptional & rare opportunity to live your Colorado dream!

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Wheeler County Farm
, 68622
Wheeler County
6,739.00 acres
Land Marketers Realty is proud to be the Exclusive Listing Agent on this offering of contiguous irrigated row crop and summer grazing operation with nearly 800,000 Bu. of grain storage in place ready for harvest season. Irrigation equipment consists of 24 Valley Center Pivots, with both electric and diesel power units. The high capacity irrigation wells are all great producing wells with a shallow static water level. There is a nutrient application agreement in place from 5 separate sets of swine facilities. The summer pasture is cross fenced into several pastures with pipeline supplying freshwater to strategically placed hydrants on both the summer range and parts of the cropland which are utilized for winter grazing areas. The land also derives some extra annual income from a wind tower easement that could allow for future wind development in the area.

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Bering Pacific Ranches
, 99685
Aleutians West County
200,000.00 acres

Instead, the massive ranch lies northwest of the contiguous United States and Hawaii, clinging to the heart of the Cradle of Storms, as locals call this region of Alaska. Resembling a strand of emeralds set against a steely gray sea, the Aleutian Islands reach for Asia with the snow-capped peaks of dozens of volcanoes peppered by the domes of small Russian Orthodox churches.

The jagged islands separate the frigid waters of the Bering Sea from the relatively warm waters of the Pacific with its Kuroshio current. The mixing of these waters gives birth to some of the most violent storms recorded in North America, often draping this world in fog for weeks and keeping the lush grasslands of these islands green.

The 686-square-mile Umnak Island is just west of Dutch Harbor. Seventy-two miles long and 16 miles wide with a volcano of its own, the island is also the home of the nearly 500,000-acre Bering Pacific Ranches with its 10,000 head of cattle. There are about 10,000 reindeer, a small bison herd on the far end of the island, and a few wild horses. The Okmok volcano and other mountains in the center of Umnak Island separate the ranch from the village a little more than 40 miles away. The ranch house, housing for cowboys, slaughterhouse, and pens were originally part of Fort Glenn, a World War II Army air base that was effectively abandoned a few years after the Japanese surrendered. The slaughter plant was built up from the concrete foundation of one of the military structures. The site is leased from the Alaska Department of Transportation, and grazing rights for the ranch are leased from Native corporations that own land on the island.

The ranch maintains a small herd of 11 saddle horses, but the real work bringing in the cattle is done with a two-seat helicopter. With stock ranging 50 miles or more from the pens, The ranch found horses to be impractical across such distances of rough terrain. The helicopter is ideal for working the valleys, driving the animals out toward the holding pens. The ranch becomes fully operational in the fall months, each season processing 500 to 1,000 head with 40 to 60 head per day after the cattle have been rounded into pens following a summer spent fattening up.

Umnak Island and Unalaska Island, Alaska

200,000 Acres under grazing lease (4 Separate Leases)

A total of 500,000 Acres available to cattle

Year round carrying capacity of 8,000 to 10,000 head without supplementation

Current Herd

- 10,000 Head

Other Assets:

- USDA / Oregon Tilth Certified Organic Slaughter Facility

- Ranch Headquarters Building

- 3 Cabins

- Shop and Hanger

- R22 Beta Helicopter

- Misc Ranch Equipment, Trucks, Tractors, etc.

Please contact Icon Global Group for more details.

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Los Compañeros Ranch
, 79540
Stonewall County
14,523.00 acres
We are extremely proud to offer for sale the Los Compaeros Ranch, an exceptional "turn-key" ranch property in sought after Stonewall County. This ranch offers great accommodations, attractive terrain features, live water, quality livestock grazing, and game fenced pastures stocked with trophy quality white-tail deer.


Los Compaeros Ranch is conveniently located approximately 17 miles northwest of Aspermont, Texas, on the north side of CR 350. The ranch is situated in northwest Stonewall County, approximately 80 miles southeast of Lubbock, 70 miles northwest of Abilene and about a 3 hours drive from the DFW Metroplex.


Los Compaeros is situated in the Texas Rolling Plains offering a variety of terrain features ranging from open fields, rolling prairie, rugged breaks, and attractive bottoms. The ranch is drained by the Salt Fork of the Brazos River and Salt Croton Creek, which provide scenic live water features. The Salt Fork meanders through areas of the east boundary of the ranch. Salt Croton Creek bisects the northeast portion of the ranch, where the ranch is characterized by rugged breaks where mule deer are spotted. Two good crossings along the creek provide access to those areas north of the creek. Numerous other seasonal draws and drainages cut through the property offering good cover for native wildlife and giving the ranch its scenic, broken and rolling appearance.

Soil types on the ranch are primarily fine sandy loams, with silt loams in the bottoms. Typical vegetation includes a variety of native grasses including buffalo grass, grama, bluestem, vine-mesquite, etc. Mesquite is scattered throughout the ranch in various concentrations. Cedar is found scattered along the side slopes of the many draws and more heavily concentrated in the northeast part of the ranch. Other forbes and woody species include hackberry, lotebush, sumac, ephedra and yucca. The turf of native grasses is in excellent condition. There have been no livestock grazing on the ranch for nearly a year. This period of rest, coupled with recent significant rainfall, has proven very beneficial for the grass turf. For the cattleman, the ranch is fenced and cross fenced into 9 main pastures with three sets of livestock pens. The estimated carrying capacity of the ranch is 450 animal units.

The ranch enjoys the benefit of two large areas of open fields that could easily be utilized for increased grazing capacity, dove fields and game food plots. The fields in the southeast part of the ranch total approximately 490 acres. The fields in the western part of the ranch total approximately 300 acres.


The Los Compaeros Ranch is very well watered. The ranch has the benefit of a water system fueled by four wells equipped with electric submersible pumps. These wells provide water to a network of buried water line throughout the majority of the ranch to livestock drinking troughs. Surface water features include the Salt Fork, Salt Croton Creek, seasonal holes of water in numerous other draws and drainages and approximately 15 earthen tanks.


The Los Compaeros was once owned by infamous quail hunter Boone Pickens and offers a very desirable habitat for wild bobwhite quail.

The Stonewall County area has a good reputation for producing quality native whitetail deer. The numerous earthen tanks offer waterfowl hunting opportunities and migratory dove hunting.

The ranch includes approximately 20 quality hunting blinds with protein feeders. For the quail hunter, the ranch includes many quail feeders scattered throughout the ranch. The recreational amenities of the ranch are enhanced by the 1,800 acre game park, located in the central portion of the ranch. This high-fenced area is divided into three game fenced pastures loaded with trophy white-tail genetics.


The Los Compaeros Ranch is well improved and maintained. The lodge includes 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, a greatroom, kitchen, utility room, and gun room. The rustic finish includes wood trimmed ceiling and large rock fireplace. The lodge is equipped with a reverse osmosis water system. The outdoor rock patio with fire pit offers excellent views from atop the elevated ridge from which the lodge sits. Other housing includes a brick ranch manager's home and small frame hand house. The ranch is currently in the process of constructing a large shop with recreation room, game cleaning shed, and dog kennel. These structures are expected be completed by Fall 2021.


The ranch will convey with all of the seller's owned minerals, along with 100% of all surface rights and alternative energy rights.


The Los Compaeros Ranch is an exceptional recreational property in a size range that is not often offered in the area. This offering is realistically priced at $16,339,398.75, or $1,125 per acre. The ranch is priced with all interior furnishings and an extensive list of equipment. (Some miscellaneous personal items will be removed.)

For more information or to schedule a showing, please contact Charlie Middleton at (806) 786-0313 or Chad Dugger at (806) 773-4749.

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Circle E Ranch
, 77831
Grimes County
2,100.00 acres

Property Description:
We are pleased and excited to offer for sale the Circle E Ranch. This property is the dream ranch for the owner or family that is looking for an outdoor paradise with fishing, hunting, skeet range, long distance gun range and ATV trails across the entire property. Centrally located in the region where you transition from the Piney Woods to the Post Oak Savanah, 80 miles north of Houston, Texas. The ranch entrance is located on F.M. 2620 which is approximately 30 miles east of College Station, Texas and 30 miles west of Huntsville, Texas. Access to I-45, which is the main route to Dallas/Ft. Worth and Houston, is only a short drive from the front gate.

The ranch has been owned by the same family for many years and is high fenced into several pastures. While the ranch currently has a small cow/calf operation, the main focus of the ranch has been the management of exotic wildlife. The topography of ranch varies from beautiful wheat fields/food plots, to huge pine trees and scattered Oaks. Heavy brush has been meticulously manicured so as to protect all the wildlife, but all boundaries have been neatly mowed to provide easy access around the ranch.

Circle E Ranch is very centrally located between Houston and Dallas/Ft. Worth just west of I-45. Madisonville, Texas is 15 minutes north of the ranch with Huntsville and College Station about 30 minutes east and west of the property. The ranch has frontage on F.M. 2620 which runs south out of Bedias, Texas. One gated entrance is located on F.M.2620.

The Circle E Ranch has some spectacular improvements with ample room for both family and friends. The main lodge is approximately 7,500+ square feet with 7 bedrooms and 7 baths. The furnishings are beautiful and ready for immediate occupancy.

All the bedrooms are set up as suites with large private bathrooms. The upstairs is set up with 8 twin beds, perfect for children or a bunk room for guests. The kitchen is beautiful with all modern appliances and granite countertops. A great room has a large, beautiful rock fireplace with high ceilings for entertaining all your friends or company. Outside there is a large fire pit surrounded by chairs for sitting around the fire after dinner. A running fountain stream in the backyard is a nice addition to the atmosphere.

There are two other smaller houses located on the ranch. One is a small log cabin located near the main house and the other is a small house where one of the employees lives. Two large barns are located on the property, one with a large walk-in cooler and cleaning area for hunting activities. There is also a hay barn for storage along with a facility for equipment. Cattle pens are also located on the ranch.

There is an extensive list of equipment with the sale, including but not limited to, several pickup trucks, D6 Bulldozer, Maintainer, Hay equipment, several tractors and much more. A full equipment list is available upon request.

Hunting, Wildlife and Recreation:
The high fenced Circle E Ranch is home to 26 different exotic game species including Sika deer, Blackbucks, Fallow deer, Axis deer,
Nilgai Antelope, Wildebeest, Water Buffalo and Elk. Whitetail deer are also found on the ranch with improved genetics having been introduced in the past. A 1,000-yard gun range is also located on the ranch.

Fishing on the ranch is available in the 60-acre lake along with several smaller lakes and ponds on the property. Both Largemouth bass and Stripers can be found along with catfish and bluegills. Duck and dove hunting can also be good in season. There is a fully equipped skeet range for practicing your shooting skills with friends. Approximately 15 miles of improved roads run throughout the ranch presenting great ATV opportunities to explore the property.

Water Features:
The Circle E Ranch is considered to be very well watered. A water well located near the front of the property supplies all the improvements with a great water source. A 60-acre lake is the center piece of the ranch with fishing and hunting options available year-round. There are approximately 15+ additional smaller lakes and ponds scattered through the ranch, all stocked with fish. Mooring Creek also runs through the ranch providing seasonal water and scattered holes of year-round water.

$15,750,000.00. ($7,500 per acre)

Very seldom do you find a ranch that is attractive and this well-manicured. This beautiful property has hundreds of huge trees, fabulous improvements and an amazing collection of wild game. This is a ranch that is move in ready for you, your family and friends.

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Cherry Creek Ranch
43861 Burnt Ranch Road  , Ashwood
, 97711
Jefferson County
28,274.00 acres
Cherry Creek Ranch is 28,274 contiguous deeded acres in Central Oregon used for grazing, hunting, fishing and recreation opportunities starting at the John Day River (1400 ft Elevation) to the top of Tracy Mountain (5048 ft) with beautiful views, forest, timbered draws, rimrocks, meadows, springs and numerous spring fed creeks. John Day River (3rd longest free flowing river in US) and approx. 17 miles of Cherry Creek run from south to north the length of the ranch. Ranch is home to abundant wildlife with a history of outstanding fishing, elk, mule deer and bird hunting. Private 6 acre stocked (trout) Cherry Creek Reservoir is for irrigation storage/recreation. Headquarters: 2 ranch homes, barn, shop, corrals, orchard, fields with 375+/- acres water rights. Ranch is steeped in history with historic homesteads and qualifies for LOP Hunting tags in the Grizzly Unit (Buyer to verify quantity/year) and is a unique opportunity to own a ranch full of adventure, desert beauty and live water!

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Medicine Creek Ranch
 , Cherry County
, 69212
Cherry County
19,317.00 acres
Medicine Creek Ranch is a beautiful landscape of Sandhills grassland and irrigated production farmland that provides good production and exceptional recreation opportunity.This unique property is nestled in the beautiful Sandhills region of Northwestern Nebraska approximately 1 hour southwest of the town of Valentine.This diverse terrain totals approximately 19,317+/- deeded acres with the opportunity for approximately 4,000+/- leased acres. LandMedicine Creek Ranch is a mix of Sandhills pastures and excellent sub-irrigated and irrigated bottoms. It also has multiple ponds, two lakes and Medicine Creek that flows through its entirety. The West unit also has two residences and multiple outbuildings for the cattle and farming operation.
Medicine Creek Ranch:
19,317+/- Deeded Acres
4,000+/- Leased Acres (Samuel R McKelvie Forest Lease)
4 Houses
500+/- Head Feedlot
4 Center Irrigation Pivots with ground water rights (764+/- irrigated acres)
RecreationWildlife is very abundant in the hills and offers opportunity for high quality mule deer hunting. The whitetail deer hunting is also exceptional and they can be found along the creeks and in the Ag fields. Large herds of Mule deer and Whitetail deer can be found in the Sandhills offering the opportunity for high quality trophy bucks. Other wildlife that call the ranch home include Pheasants, prairie chicken, several kinds of ducks as well as Canada geese. Coyotes and bobcats can also be found wondering the expanse of the property. There are fishing opportunities in the many ponds on the ranch that include trout and a mix of warm water species.
Under current operations, the ranch is leased out for hunting. Other Agri-tourism revenue streams are possible to accompany the hunting operations.
AgricultureMedicine Creek Ranch features a capacity for carrying up to 1700 mother cows which allows for a great investment opportunity. The current owners operate the ranch with production on the pivots in various types of forage for cattle. Alfalfa, Sudan grass, sorghum and native grass are produced to continue the carrying capacity throughout the year. The ranch is separated into more than 30 pastures that allow for excellent rotation. All perimeter and cross fences, consisting mostly four wire barbed wire, are well maintained and additionally across the ranch there are well designed and maintained cattle working facilities. Those improvements include a 500 head feedlot, large calving shed and livestock barn, heated shop, and multiple outbuildings.
Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesThe ranch offers an abundance of quality water. Medicine Creek flows west to east through the entirety of the ranch, Steer Creek also flows along the southern portion of the ranch and both offer ample water for both livestock and wildlife. Additionally, water is pumped from multiple wells for livestock and irrigating crops. An extensive system consisting of windmills, solar wells, pipeline, and tanks provide water throughout the ranch. All irrigation pumps and pivots operate with electricity. Currently, 4 Center Irrigation Pivots combine for over 764+/- acres of irrigated crop land. There are also multiple lakes and ponds located on the ranch. (Average rainfall in the area is 19-22 annually.)
General OperationsLivestock and machinery: Not included in listing price.
Region & ClimateSmith Falls State Park, Forth Niobrara and Valentine National Wildlife Refuges as well as Merritt Reservoir State Recreation Area which is some of the best Walleye fishing in northern Nebraska. Fredrick Peak Golf Course is a fantastic 10-hole course designed by the Lehman Design Group know for the Dunes course at the Prairie Club.
LocationLess than a 1-hour drive from Valentine, NE
3.5-hour drive from Rapid City, SD
6-hour drive from Omaha, NE
6.5-hour drive from Denver, CO
Nearest Airports:
Miller Field- Valentine Nebraska (VTN)
Runway 3701x60 asphalt
Fuel available- 100LL, Jet A
Hangers and tie-downs available
Distance to ranch-26 miles
Ainsworth Regional Airport-Ainsworth, Nebraska (ANW)
Runway- 6824 x 110 asphalt
Fuel available- 100LL, Jet A.
Distance to ranch-71 miles
Thomas County Airport- Thedford, Nebraska (TIF)
Runway- 4400 x 60 asphalt
Fuel available- 100LL, self-service credit card.
Hangers and tie-downs available
Distance to ranch-91 miles
North Platte Regional Airport- North Platte Nebraska (LBF) Commercial service available
Runway- 8001x150 concrete/grooved
Runway-4436x100 concrete
Fuel-100LL, Jet A
Hangers and tie-downs available
Distance to ranch-157 miles