The following five properties are our newest Oregon ranch listings. Sprawling pastures, expansive equestrian facilities, and abundant wildlife are only a few of the features available on these Oregon properties for sale. Whether you're looking for private piece of land with few structural improvements or a fully functional cattle operation, you can find a property here to fit almost any need.
BOZEMAN, Mont. (March 28, 2013) – Fay Ranches is excited to announce that Jerry Hicks is joining its Prineville, Ore. office as a ranch broker associate, effective today. Hicks’ extensive knowledge of the ranch market and connections to local buyers and sellers makes him a natural fit for Fay Ranches. He will be essential in solidifying the firm’s growing presence in Oregon.
“Jerry will be integral in pushing us forward,” says Fay Ranches founder Greg Fay, whose firm had a record year in 2012. “We see Oregon as the new frontier and we’re looking forward to having Jerry guide our operations there.”
Oregon ranches offer some of the most diverse recreational and agricultural investment opportunities. Here are seven reasons to consider an Oregon ranch for sale.
1. Diversity of fishing environments
Oregon has a border on the Pacific Ocean and offers incredible steelhead and salmon fishing that you won’t find in Montana, Wyoming or Colorado. Oregon’s wide selection of rivers, lakes, and streams also deliver a variety of trout, bass, and carp to anglers’ lines. In some locations, Oregon fish are larger than those generally found in other western mountain states and numbers of anglers in an area can be far fewer than those encountered in other states.
Oregon Ranch Broker, Rob Ezell, reluctantly crawled from beneath the down quilt looking to find a pair of something to put on - his feet already cold from touching the wood floor which feels more like an ice rink. After the coffee pot is warm, three cups of delicious brew chased by a smoothie will tide him over until lunch.
This is a great time of year to be on the Gutierrez Cattle Ranch in Oregon. With the days still warm and sunny and the nights cooling off, the rancher's seasons are in transition. One of the most telling signs is the sound of bull elk bugling across the hills, more worried about that pretty cow elk on the other side of the meadow than the cowboy on his horse bringing the cattle home from the high country. There is still fall work to be done on the ranch but for most of the folks in this part of Oregon, this type of work is not a four letter word.
Last Saturday night, while fishing a beautiful Central Oregon ranch for catfish, my oldest daughter, Emma, (far left in photo) hooked the 7 lb carp in this picture. I wanted to let everyone know that not all trophy ranch brokers are just about fly fishing and chasing trout, steelhead, and exotic species of fish. She was using the traditional worm fly and was able to land this fish on 4 lb test. Many ranch and farm properties have irrigation ponds which are great places to take young kids so they are catching and not just fishing.
Fay Ranches is excited to represent these three Oregon ranches for sale. Each of these stunning properties features an incredible country home and tremendous possibility for outdoor recreation, including fly fishing, hunting, skiing, horseback riding, and much more. Click on each ranch below to learn more.
Have you always wanted a hunting property? With Oregon's archery season fast upon us, many outdoorsmen are looking for that perfect hunting ranch. A property that is set up in an idyllic setting with year round water creeks and a rural home in place with power, water, and the house and out buildings designed around the hunting operation?
Cow Creek Ranch is that piece of hunting property! Two creeks feed both sides of the property year round. It creates habitat that deer, elk, grouse, and for that matter cows enjoy foraging in and staying in. It has the perfect home for entertaining a hunting party or your family. The views and setting are what you have been looking for and it is a property to see.
Have you ever looked at a piece of property that took your breath away and each time you were there felt as if this could be the “place”. The Horseshoe Ranch is that piece of property. Located in one of the most beautiful valleys in Oregon it is truly a blue ribbon ranch which will not last long on the market. It was built as the original ranch headquarters for the entire Wood River valley.
Oregon ranch sales associate Rob Ezell of Fay Ranches.
I was fortunate last spring to be included with a good friend and famous fisherman Brian Okeefe on a film shoot for John Deere’s new sport utility vehicle. We were in the remote access area of Mt Hood National Forest about 35 miles south of Hood River Oregon.
The area of farm and ranch land below this access area is famous for apple orchards and berry farms. We were lucky enough to spend 3 days driving the new John Deere Gator through some punishing terrain which is more suited to Deer and Elk.
I must admit being a Polaris Ranger owner that I went into this more jaded toward Polaris and thinking of the old 6 wheel Gators I had spent time in a friends duck club. Let me assure you this is not your dad’s “old Gator”.