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Little Eight Mile Ranch on the Lemhi River
TBD ID-28 , Leadore
Idaho, 83464
Lemhi County
8,163.00 acres
Fay Ranches is honored to bring the Little Eight Mile Ranch on the Lemhi River to market. Nestled at the base of the continental divide in north-central Idaho, the Little Eight Mile Ranch on the Lemhi River is one of the most scenic and prolific sporting ranches in the Rocky Mountain West. Comprised of 8,163 deeded acres and 65,486 leased acres, totaling 73,649 acres, the ranch is expansive, featuring 9.25 miles of the Lemhi River, a private, wild trout fishery, plus countless miles of spring creeks and mountain streams. From the banks of the Lemhi River to the continental divide, this ranch encompasses some of the most beautiful, scenic country the Rocky Mountain West has to offer. This is a true river-to-mountain offering that has more miles of fishable trout water than any ranch we know of on the market today. The ranch is home to an abundance of wildlife, including trophy bull elk, mule and white-tailed deer, antelope, moose, bighorn sheep, upland birds, and waterfowl. Not only is this ranch a recreational gem, but it is set up to, and capable of running 1,100 AUs.

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Renegade Ranch
Sun Valley ID  , Sun Valley
Idaho, 83313
Blaine County
1,226.00 acres
Encompassing 1,226 acres and a remarkable two and a half miles of fabled Silver Creek, Renegade Ranch is one of the premier sporting and lifestyle properties in the Sun Valley area. Nestled against the foothills of the Pioneer Mountains, the ranch is conveniently located 45 minutes from Ketchum and the Sun Valley Resort and a half-hour south of the commercial airport in Hailey. Improvements complement the ranch and are highlighted by a 2,160 square foot log home located in a secluded aspen grove on the banks of Silver Creek. Upstream of the home is an outdoor venue with a fire pit and barbeque area ideal for creekside dining and entertaining. Other improvements include a three-bedroom guest house, managers residence, additional employee housing, equipment storage, and a large workshop with attached dog kennels. Although trout fishing is the predominant activity at the Renegade, the ranch provides excellent wildlife habitat and is home to upland game birds as well as elk and mule deer. The ranch is located in hunt unit 52 and the Smokey-Bennett elk zone and qualifies for landowner appreciation permits for controlled hunts. In addition to its recreational attributes, the Renegade features an active farming operation that utilizes approximately 250 acres of sprinkler-irrigated cropland to raise hay and grain. The Renegade is not covered by a conservation easement at the present time. However, because of the propertys size, location, and extensive frontage on Silver Creek, it is a prime candidate for one.

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Elk Valley Ranch
3561 N Pine-Featherville Road , Featherville
Idaho, 83647
Elmore County
309.00 acres
New lower price! Located in one of the most beautiful settings in the Trinity Mountain Lakes valley, in-between Pine & Featherville. Includes a 9 hole golf course, club house with /full service bar, 21 RV camp sites, pool and tennis court. Additionally, there is 26 acres with river frontage that could be used to develop for home sites, more RV spots or expand the golf course. Three outbuildings, house the maintenance equipment storage, golf cart garage, and full shop with large roll up door and workbenches. One of kind opportunity!

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354 Lamb Rd Kamiah, Idaho
229 Scotlyn Ranch Road,  , Kamiah
Idaho, 83536
Idaho County
2,800.00 acres
+/-2800 acres. The ranch boasts a little bit of everything. 2 year-round creeks. Creek beds & north-facing canyon walls are heavily timbered. The entire canyon area is largely untouched. The main home is 7500 SQFT, the lodge has 6 hotel-styled rooms, a full commercial kitchen, bar, indoor seating for 50, covered patio with outdoor seating for 50 more, shops, 3 log cabins, maintenance building with walk-in cooler & covered parking. Greenhouse, hay barn & too many other amenities to list. Off-grid capabilities.

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Badger Creek Canyon Ranch
Felt ID  , Felt
Idaho, 83424
Teton County
613.00 acres
Framed by the majestic Teton Mountain Range to the east, the 613 acre Badger Creek Canyon Ranch represents a truly unique offering in southeast Idahos coveted Teton Valley. Located at the north end of the valley, the ranch offers a diverse blend of rolling cropland set atop the tree-lined canyon rim with both sides of 2.5 miles of Badger Creek flowing through at the bottom. An excellent trout stream, this section of Badger Creek is unique in the sense that it is fed by large natural springs flowing out of the canyon walls, thus improving the habitat for the native Yellowstone cutthroat trout that call these waters home. Bordering public lands along its western and northern boundaries, the ranch provides excellent habitat for the areas big game species, including elk and mule deer. The canyon serves as a critical migration corridor for big game as they head west in the late fall to their winter range along the Teton River Canyon and lower elevations. For the avid wing shooter, healthy numbers of native sharp-tailed grouse and Hungarian partridge can also be found on the ranch and adjacent public lands.

The Badger Creek Canyon ranch sits on a peninsula with Bitch Creek along the northern boundary, Badger Creek along the south, and both streams joining the Teton River at the point of the peninsula to the west. All three fisheries are considered some of the best native Yellowstone cutthroat trout streams in the region. The charming resort town of Driggs is located just a short 25-minute drive from the ranch. Home to Grand Targhee Ski Resort located on the west slope of the Teton Mountain range, Driggs offers all the essential mountain town amenities, including restaurants, grocery stores, outdoor recreation shops and outfitters, farm and ranch stores, a hospital, and full-service FBO at Driggs-Reed Memorial Airport. Jackson Hole is located an hour from the ranch and is the gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.

With 2.5 miles of trophy trout water flowing through the ranch, diverse topography and landscapes, big game and upland bird hunting opportunities, the Badger Creek Canyon Ranch represents a blank canvas with an array of recreational attributes along with a small farming component in a highly desirable location.

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Bear Creek Lodge
1850 Forest Service Road 318 , Riggins
Idaho, 83549
Idaho County
73.00 acres
A truly unique, magnificent property consisting of 73 acres inside the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness Area. Located about 30 miles upriver from Riggins, Idaho, and about 50 miles from McCall, Idaho. Accessible from McCall only. A large lodge (4 stories) and garage (3 stories) with upstairs apartments (42,000 total sq ft) has been partially constructed with wood on concrete and steel according to rigorous commercial codes. Additionally, there are many wood-frame structures to support workers and visitors during the construction phase (approx. 10,000 sq ft). The new construction has a basement, exterior walls, interior floors, and roof. Metal roofing was installed on the garage building and 1/3 of the main lodge before construction was halted in October 2012.Over $22,000,000 has been spent on the project to date. An incredible location for a Destination Sportsmans Lodge or Executive Corporate Retreat.

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Slash E Ranch
3949 Blue Bird Lane , Island Park
Idaho, 83429
Fremont County
1,072.00 acres
Slash E Ranch is located between Island Park, Idaho, and West Yellowstone, Montana, home to the famed west entrance to Yellowstone National Park. The ranch is contiguous to Department of Interior land and State Land that connects with National Forest lands that lead into Yellowstone Park.

Wildlife such as elk, moose, antelope, mule and white-tailed deer, bears, raptors, eagles, wolves, and waterfowl migrate through the property from summer range to winter range and back again, making this 1,072 acre ranch a private version of the park. Two creeks, Targhee Creek and Howard Creek, run through Slash E Ranch. A portion of the property sits on Henrys Lake, perfect for fishing, kayaking, canoeing, bird watching, and waterfowl hunting. Exceptional for a large family or company retreat, a substantial 3,347 square feet log residence looks out over Henrys Lake, while four additional log cabins sit along babbling Targhee Creek.

The property and surrounding area offer great winter activities such as snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing.


Sitting at about 6,480-6,640 elevation, the property consists of 1,072 deeded acres in 77 parcels of lush meadows, spring-fed ponds, creeks, and wetlands. Views of Henrys Lake and the surrounding mountains are ever-present. The ranch borders about 357 acres of Department of the Interior land and state land that borders National Forest that then borders Yellowstone National Park, thus providing thousands of acres to recreate.


Sitting on the eastern shore of one of Idahos great high mountain lakes, Slash E Ranch is the kind of place that anglers dream about. Fish for cutthroat, brook, and cut-bow hybrid trout in what is considered one of the finest trout fisheries in the west. It is not often that a ranch of this quality comes on the market. This area has, for many years, been the most sought-after location for recreational ranches in Idaho because of the abundant wildlife and fishery resources and some of the most dramatic scenery in the Northern Rockies. Additionally, the proximity to Yellowstone Park and Bozeman contributes to the attractiveness and value of the ranch. For these reasons, it is not easy to imagine an investment that will provide more enjoyment while remaining one of the most sought-after and finite products in the real estate investment world. Once you visit Slash E Ranch, you will quickly learn how the area earned its reputation.
Murphy Flat Farm
TBD Warrick Road  , Murphy
Idaho, 83650
Owyhee County
2,554.00 acres
Large irrigated income-producing crop farm in Murphy, Idaho. The farm consists of 2554.13 deeded acres with 2290.49 acres of cropland that is irrigated under pivots. The property is being sold with priority 1963 and 1964 water rights from the Snake River that when combined can irrigate up to 2,345 acres. Typical crop rotations include sugar beets, onions, potatoes, corn, and alfalfa.
The irrigation equipment is included with the sale of the land. The system consists of a combination of Zimmatic pivots, turbine booster pumps, approximately 60,000 feet of buried PVC mainline, and drip tape. The pivots range in age from 2000 to 2014.
The property is surrounded by Bureau of Land Management land and has an easement across the BLM lands for accessing the pumping station on the Snake River. The primary pumping station is located on the south bank of the Snake River where there is a 600-foot water liftthepulls water up and over the canyon rim into a canal.Then there is a series of booster pumps that draws the irrigation water out of the canal for the farms irrigation system.Three-phase power is provided to the primary and secondary pumping stations as well as the pivots that run alongWarrickRoad.
The farm features multiple outbuildings.These include a small set of scales, 100ft x780 ft Barn, a 24ft x 60ft equipment shed, a 24ft x 80ft building for grain storage, a potato cellar, and a few other general-purpose buildings.
This expansive farm would also make an ideal dairy farm.Owyhee County considers a dairy to be a facility that is designed to confine or actually does confine as many or more than 700 mature dairy cows, whether milked or dry.Converting the farm to a dairy would consist of applying for a conditional use permit with the Owyhee County Planning & Zoning department.The process would take at minimum 45 90 days once the application is submitted.
Land Features:

2,554.13 Deeded Acres
2,290.49 Cropland Acres
2,345 Combined Irrigated Acres Allowed
Good priority 1963 & 1964 Snake River Water Rights
Typical Crop Rotations: Sugar Beets, Potatoes, Corn, and Alfalfa
Irrigation Equipment Included
Surrounded by Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Land
100ft x 780ft Barn
24ft x 60ft Equipment Shed
24ft x 80ft Grain Storage
Would make an Ideal Dairy Farm

About the Area:
This property is situated in Owyhee County which is the second largest county in Idaho. One of the countys major industries is agriculture.Besides its agricultural industry, Owyhee County is a playground for outdoor recreationalists. For those that love to fish, there are several areas to go cast a line. These areas include the nearby Snake River, the Owyhee River, and CJ Strike Reservoir. In addition to fishing, CJ Strike Dam also offers recreational opportunities for boating, camping, swimming, hiking, and more. Visitors can also hike, camp, or ride horses in the Bruneau Dunes State Park. For those that love the thrill of ATVing, Owyhee County has an extensive trail system with hundreds of miles of public trails. It is also home to the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area.
3090 N 8000 W TETONIA ID 83436
3090 N 8000 W  , TETONIA
Idaho, 83436
Teton County
532.00 acres
One of a kind farm/ranch located in one of the best locations in the Teton Valley! You won't be disappointed by the spectacular views of the entire Teton Valley AND the majestic Grand Teton Mountain Range. Located in the mouth of the Dude Creek Canyon which runs through the northern boundary and has Horseshoe Creek running though the eastern boundary. One mile of Forest Service boundary. Located just 45 minutes from Jackson Hole, Wyoming and many outdoor recreational opportunities. This ground has prime development potential and wildlife abounds on the property. Improvements include 1 single-family home, a couple of outbuildings, fenced pasture areas, and water rights. Property currently has a farm lease in place to maintain and care for the ground. This is a one-of-a-kind paradise with a lot of potential.
Melba Development Property with Views
TBD Melmont Rd  , Melba
Idaho, 83641
Canyon County
563.00 acres
Rural farmland with great potential for development. Two private airstrips on over 500 acres of irrigated ground with a mix of level and rolling topography. The main airstrip has an outbuilding that can be used for multiple purposes. This property is one of the highest points in Canyon County with unimpeded views of the valley and the Owyhee Mountains. The property also includes 413 shares of water rights.
The land is located in the agricultural community of Melba, Idaho. This Canyon County town lies amongst the fruitful pastures in the Snake River Valley of Southwest Idaho. Crop farming is a staple for Melbas industry and it is even known as The Seed Heart of America for the assortment of crops its grown in its fields. These crops include but are not limited to alfalfa, peas, beans, potatoes, sugar beets, onions, corn, and grain.
Melba is considered part of the Boise City Nampa, Idaho metropolitan area known as the Treasure Valley. While this small agricultural community may feel isolated, it is just minutes away from the amenities and services available to its neighboring larger cities for shopping and entertainment.
One local must attend event is the Melba Olde Tyme 4th of July Celebration which includes a parade, car show, tractor pull, and one of the best firework shows in the state! For those that enjoy outdoor recreation, the town is close to landmarks such as Celebration Park, Initial Point, Cleos Ferry Museum & Nature Trail, Givens Hot Springs, and the Snake River. So activities such as fishing, swimming, hiking, camping, or boating are within less than a 20-minute drive.