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$36,700,000
La Grande, Oregon
  • 16,660± contiguous acres with great road access systems
  • 6± miles of wild and scenic Minam and Wallowa Rivers
  • 20± miles of seasonal creeks
$26,567,800
Encinal, Texas
  • 10,844± Acres
  • Found in the “red dirt” region of the northern section of Webb County
  • Whitetail deer are closely managed and multiple trophies are taken on an annual basis
$25,000,000
Paradise Valley, Montana
  • 5,366± deeded acres total with an additional 470± acres leased from the State and 508± leased from BLM
  • 6.3± miles of accessible (4.4± miles deeded and 1.9± miles BLM and State) Yellowstone River frontage
  • Thelma Lake 25± acres
$25,000,000
Wheatland, Wyoming
  • 20,502± deeded acres and an additional 5,554± leased acres
  • 11± miles of Laramie River
  • 3.7± miles of Bluegrass Creek
$22,500,000
Santa Clara, New York
  • Approximately 80% of the ownership is in commercially viable forest area. The timberland investment components alone justify value.
  • Despite being located within a vast wilderness, Brandon is deceptively accessible and connected.
  • The fishery complements upland bird and trophy white-tailed deer habitat in a spectacular setting surrounded by high peaks.
$21,700,000
Juntura, Oregon
  • 34,747± deeded acres and 43,000± BLM acres for over 78,000± total grazing acres
  • 836± irrigated acres
  • Very strong and secure senior water rights (830± acres)
$18,750,000
Avon, Montana
  • 22,990± total acres: 12,910± deeded acres, 1,280± State lease, 8,800± BLM lease
  • Historic mountain ranch in the Avon Valley
  • 50 miles to Helena, 80 miles to Missoula and 20 miles to private air service
$13,500,000
Fields, Oregon
  • 17,366 ± deeded acres with 267,000± acres of BLM Permit
  • Over 3,400 acres of irrigation
  • Five dwellings including two apartments
$11,875,000
Uvalde, Texas
  • 4,223 Acres
  • Abundant whitetail, quail, and turkey populations.
  • 5,000 sq. ft. historic main house, guest houses, and seven one-bedroom bungalows for guests,
$11,200,000
Val Verde County, Texas
  • 14,035+/- acres
  • Features over 7 miles of crystal-clear flowing Pecos River frontage.
  • Fenced into 15 pastures for livestock management

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