Productive Central Oregon Cattle Ranch Sells
Published: December 18, 2014
Prineville, Oregon – Fay Ranches recently completed the complex sale of the 695-acre family owned Coyote Moon Ranch outside Prineville, Oregon. The ranch features irrigated farm and grazing land with panoramic views of the Cascades. Coyote Moon Ranch was purchased by organic dairymen from the Willamette Valley.
Fay Ranches’ broker, Jerry Hicks, represented the family selling the property and Jeff Larkin of Jeff Larkin realty represented the buyers. It was a complex sale due to negotiations over the term of an existing lease on the property, correcting encroachments and the allocation of assets, but ended with an area record-sale price for the land type.
“I am proud to have represented the sellers of this great property, they are salt of the earth folks and they really took great care of their land,” said Fay Ranches’ broker, Jerry Hicks. “We worked hard to ensure all concerns were addressed so that this sale could successfully process. In the end, I think everyone ended up a winner.”
About Jerry Hicks
Jerry Hicks was born and raised in Central Oregon; Jerry has specialized in the sale of large timber operations, farms and ranches throughout Oregon since 2000. He has the great fortune of being well connected with the land and locals of Eastern and Central Oregon, helping to create a successful legacy of brokering the finest agricultural and recreational properties.
About Fay Ranches
Fay Ranches provides the highest quality farms, ranches, recreational and land assets real estate brokerage services in the country. Its commitment to investment value, sporting pursuits, family and conservation has guided over 20 years of growth and success and served as the basis for the relationships it builds and the quality of the business it executes. Fay Ranches is headquartered out of Bozeman, Montana with additional offices throughout Montana, Colorado, Idaho, Oregon and Wyoming.
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