Engwis Ranch As Featured On Mansion Global

HOME ON THE RANGE: MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR ‘LIFESTYLE’ RANCHES ARE A STRONG DRAW FOR THE WEALTHY Markets may fluctuate, but high-net-worth buyers will pay a premium for the romanticism, natural beauty and pristine hunting and fishing of the U.S West Written by Irene Plagianos Originally published on September 4, 2017 | Mansion Global Nearly 17 years […]

Fishing the Ruby River

by Greg Fay, Broker/Owner, Fay Ranches The Ruby River Ranch is located on a stretch of water that I’ve known intimately for the past 22 years.  When I began fishing it, it was a good fishery.  In the past 20 years, it has become a great fishery.  Upstream of the ranch are two spring creeks […]

Wild Horses of Dutch Flat Ranch

By Jerry Hicks, Principal Broker, Prineville, Oregon  Virtually nothing is more significant or iconic in Western American culture than the wild horse. In the 16th & 17th centuries, the Spanish unknowingly blessed the American Wild West with horses that, over time, escaped or were released onto large tracts of the western United States where they learned […]

Fay Ranches Enjoys Henry’s Fork Days

The Henry’s Fork Foundation held its annual fundraising dinner on the banks of the legendary Henry’s Fork River on Harriman Ranch at Last Chance, Idaho during the weekend festivities of June 16-17.   Newly minted Henry’s Fork Foundation Board Member and Fay Ranches’ Chattanooga, Tennessee land broker, George “Mac” E. McGee IV rallied the Fay Ranches crew to come […]

DON’T KICK THE COWS OFF: Recommendations for Ranch Buyers

By Bill Nutt When reviewing my insurance policies recently, I realized that we have owned our ranch near Twin Bridges, Montana for over a decade. Certainly that isn’t long enough to become an expert, but I have learned a few things I’d like to pass along to those considering a ranch purchase. Here’s a list […]

The BTU Ranch – Expansive and Beautiful

This past week, staff and agents from Fay Ranches and Republic Ranches travelled to the BTU Ranch located outside Steamboat Springs, Colorado to spend the day on this amazing ranch.  We came away convinced this is one of the most beautiful and wildlife rich, 10,000+ acre ranches we’ve ever been on. From corner to corner, […]

Invest In Ranch Land: Cattle Prices Getting Stronger

Written by Jerry Hicks, Ranch Broker – Prineville, Oregon The beef industry has been working through a tough, fluctuating market from record highs of cattle prices in 2014 to extreme lows in 2016. When record high values hit in 2014, the industry increased beef production by 5-7 % in a very short time, causing an […]

Fay Ranches Celebrates 25 Years

In April of 1992, exactly 25 years ago, I founded Fay Fly Fishing Properties at age 30. Now a spry 55, I don’t feel any older, but am ­­definitely a bit wiser. Selling land to fly anglers was a novel idea at the time; I had no idea if it would work, but it sure […]

THE FAY-REPUBLIC STRATEGIC ALLIANCE

FAR REACHING. CLIENT BENEFITTING. LEGACY BUILDING. JUST LIKE OUR LAND. In 2014, Fay Ranches and Texas land brokerage firm Republic Ranches decided to forge an alliance to better serve our clients across the country. This Strategic Alliance brings together the formidable strength of two powerhouse brokerage firms. STRONGER TOGETHER Executing the goals of our clients […]

Fay Ranches Sponsors The Russell for 2nd Year

For the second year, Fay Ranches sponsored the First Strike Friday Night auction at what has affectionately become known simply as, “The Russell”, a week-long western art event culminating in 2 nights of live auction benefiting the C.M. Russell Museum located in Great Falls, Montana. Charlie Russell lived and worked as a cowboy in Central […]

Fay Ranches Southeast Underwrites 21st Annual Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival

written by George “Mac” E. McGee IV, Fay Ranches Southeast, Chattanooga, TN In late November, I had the honor of representing Fay Ranches Southeast as an underwriter for the 21st Annual Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival (PWAF) in Thomasville, GA.  Thomasville is widely known as the epicenter in the Red Hill Region of the traditional Southern lifestyle of owning and […]

INVESTING IN AND ADDING VALUE TO RANCH LANDS

by Clarke Watson, Land Investor Vol. 2 The Western U.S. has a reputation for landscapes that are rich in rivers, mountains and open space. But the American West is losing large chunks of land, as landscapes are carved away to accommodate the urban sprawl and commercial development that affects many western cities. According to a […]

A Day on Meandering Flows River Ranch

a Video Blog by Vinny Delgado, Sales Associate at Fay Ranches I was sitting in the office on Thursday afternoon looking out the window more than I was looking at my computer screen.  My mind drifting to thoughts about my plans for the weekend; should I chase some roosters, cast a line, maybe go elk […]

RMEF Outdoor & Hunter Show

Fay Ranches and Republic Ranches will be attending the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Hunter & Outdoor Christmas Show in Vegas during the National Finals Rodeo Together with our friends from Republic Ranches, Fay Ranches is excited to be attending the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s Hunter & Outdoor Christmas show in Las Vegas during the Wrangler […]

Pheasant Opening at Highland View Ranch

Greg and Sam Fay joined long time clients and friends Bill Nutt, Bill Legg and Nelson Sims at the Highland View Ranch for the Montana Pheasant hunting opener this past Saturday.  It was a beautiful day with some great dog work, some wiley pheasants and good cheer had by all. The Highland View Ranch combines […]

INVESTING IN EQUINE PROPERTIES: An Interview with Kate Gibson

by Clarke Watson as seen in Land Investor Vol. 2 As a lifetime horse enthusiast, it’s no coincidence that native Houstonian, Kate Gibson, specializes in brokering equestrian farms and ranches for Republic Ranches, a strategic alliance partner of Fay Ranches. She boasts an impressive equine background, having managed, trained and competed in the industry for […]

HUNTING WITH KIDS – Camaraderie and Life Lessons

by James Esperti, Partner, Fay Ranches As much as you can love hunting, nothing beats the feeling of hunting with your kids.  The excitement that oozes out of every pore in their young bodies reminds you of some of your first hunts, when it seemed like it just meant more.  Be it following the tail […]

SPORTSMAN’S CORNER: An interview with bird hunter, James Esperti and his dog, Hoss

Picture a bird hunter spending a day in the brush of the American West, and it won’t take you long to envision a four-legged companion bobbing alongside him, looking to flush some grouse. In fact, dogs are iconic hunting companions for sportsmen all over the U.S. As one of the partners with Fay Ranches, James […]

PRIVATE ACREAGE WETLANDS: New Revenue Opportunities For Landowners

by Clarke Watson as seen in LAND INVESTOR Volume 2 The presence of water is a crucial factor in determining the true worth of a potential property purchase, and wetlands are amongst the most valued water attributes. With a unique ability to directly augment surrounding ecosystems, wetlands are an integral feature of a healthy environment. Historically, the advantages of wetlands were under […]

THE REMARKABLE MULE DEER OF DOS RIOS RANCH

A Skilled Spot and Stalk Hunter’s Paradise! by John Watson of Fay Ranches The 785+/- acre Dos Rios Ranch in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, has a rare combination of ideal attributes that enable the skilled spot and stalk hunter to regularly harvest big mule deer in the 170”-185” Boone and Crockett class every year. Located in […]

LIVESTOCK GRAZING: A Tool For Diversity

by Lorie Woodward Cantu as seen in LAND INVESTOR Volume 2 Diversity is a buzzword in the 21st century ranching industry. Diverse populations of plants and animals signal ecologically healthy rangelands, and diverse, profitable enterprises signal an economically healthy operation. “Well-managed livestock grazing is a tool that allows land managers to achieve both ecological and economic goals,” says […]