- 5,800± acres
- 150± acres of irrigation
- Over 5.5 miles of Trout Creek runs through the property
- Big game hunting
- Excellent fishing
- 5 L.O.P. tags (buyer to confirm with ODFW)
- Extreme privacy
- Unsurpassed grazing opportunities
Priday’s on Trout Creek is a must see Northern Central Oregon ranch. Conveniently located an hour and a half from Bend, Oregon and about two and a half hours from Portland, Oregon make this ranch an easy choice. With over 5.5 miles of Trout Creek running through it, this property offers some great fishing opportunities. In addition, Trout Creek supplies water for 150± acres of irrigated fields that produce quality alfalfa and grass hay. With the abundance of wild turkey, mule deer, antelope, aoudad (barbary sheep) and Rocky Mountain elk, this is a hunter’s dream and includes 5 L.O.P. tags (buyer to confirm with ODFW). This ranch has historically been a great cattle producing ranch which has created minimal hunting and fishing pressure. Priday’s on Trout Creek… a private location, unlimited recreational opportunities, a convenient location and multiple income producing opportunities. What more could you want!?
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This Oregon cattle ranch offers 11,000± deeded and leased grazing acres with1,000± acres of irrigated meadows, pastures, and hay ground. The ranch has excellent improvements, including an owner’s home, ranch hand home, bunkhouse, large hay shed, and a beautiful mountain log cabin. The property provides both hunting and fishing recreational opportunities, with 5 LOP tags and access to live water. This fantastic cattle ranch is one of the best on today’s market and is ready for its new owner.
This Oregon ranch comes with 17± acres of irrigation, a 3-stall barn, a chicken coop, and a large pond, and is an excellent opportunity for any small farm or ranch operation. The 3,898± square foot custom-built home features 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, an office, lots of living space, and outstanding elevated views of the Cascade Mountains. All of this big, open, private space is just minutes from downtown Bend. Sunsets Estate: What an awesome setting to raise a family and enjoy the simple life!
This gorgeous Oregon hobby farm boasts two legal dwellings: a breathtaking 2017 Johannesen Builders custom build with countless luxury features, and the original 1927 remodeled/updated farmhouse with lots of charm. This offering includes 25± acres of TID irrigation rights, a 2016 built horse barn with 5-horse stalls, tack room, hay storage and wash stalls, a large 60± ton hay barn, perimeter fencing, water feature, pond, and fully landscaped. This is not just a “package”; it is THE PACKAGE!
This Oregon ranch is a unique opportunity for the young (or young at heart) cattle operator to get started or for the established operator to expand with this significant grazing opportunity, conveniently located just 42± miles or 45 minutes Southeast of Bend, Oregon. This offering has headquarters with corrals and stock water well for a hard-to-come-by BLM grazing permit. A real high-desert opportunity, just minutes from all the recreational and cultural amenities Central Oregon offers!
This Oregon farm features a custom-built triple-wide manufactured home and shop. It is off the main road, sitting at the end of a long private driveway that runs through the property. The property is irrigated with three wheel lines, a pivot, and hand lines and has historically been planted in alfalfa and a stand of teff grass, The teff grass would need to be replanted this year, or the land planted with a new crop. This property offers deep farm ground, suitable for high-yielding hay and grain crops.
This Oregon ranch offers timber, live water, privacy, amazing views, hunting, and fishing, plus a great location. This spectacular ranch also includes 255± acres of water rights, several natural springs and ponds, and Cascade and Siskiyou Mountain views from every direction. Improvements include the original homestead, three rustic cabins, and two barns. Historically used for cattle ranching and timber harvesting, this ranch would be great for recreation, retreat, winery, or conservation.
The Oregon farm’s rich soils, together with its 392.2± acres of irrigation water rights can produce most crops common to the area. The linear, center-pivot, wheel line and handline irrigation systems effectively distribute timely irrigation water. Onsite housing is conveniently located and affords great Cascade Mountain views. The unfinished shop/storage/office structure, irrigation pump, linear, center-pivot, wheel line, and handline irrigation system, 3 Granaries, and fuel storage included.
The Oregon property has endless possibilities for an investor. The area is known for great climate and soil for seed crops, forage, and grain farming, or use the property as a home base for a cattle operation. Raise your hay while cattle are turned out to summer pasture, then bring them back to this great property for the mild Jefferson County winters. The farm also qualifies for a dwelling based on a farm income test with many prime elevated home sites.
This Oregon ranch includes an impressive 81,600± square foot equestrian facility, a horse lover’s dream! Complete with 117 horse stalls, two indoor arenas, an office, three large tack rooms, spectator judging areas, a studio apartment, restrooms, built-in waterers, stainless steel stall fronts, concrete alleyways, and two wash rack facilities. In addition, there is an outdoor cutting arena, a heated mare barn with 36 stalls, several farm buildings, irrigated hay lands, and 24 RV hook-ups.
This beautiful, custom-built modern Oregon farmhouse provides gorgeous views of the Cascade Mountains, the Crooked River Valley, Stearns Butte, and surrounding landscapes. The very private and secluded property has a long private driveway with a locked gate but is only 10 minutes from Prineville and less than an hour from Bend. The open floorplan features timber frame accents and beams, two master suites on opposite ends, two additional bedrooms, and an outdoor area with firepit and hot tub.
One of Central Oregon’s best-kept secrets is a honey hole for the big game hunter. Outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers will also appreciate this rare offering. Trophy size Rocky Mountain bull elk, big mule deer, and the occasional antelope are just some of the wildlife that calls this timberland and meadows home. Between alfalfa and hay fields and the Ochoco Mountains, this property is located in the Grizzly Hunting Unit with natural springs and ponds and the potential to expand.
This Oregon ranch on the Imnaha River has a fantastic amount of wildlife on the property and in the adjacent national forest. The fishing is excellent, and the river is small enough to wade, making it very family-friendly. The views are stunning, with steep, rugged canyon walls that form the mountains above the ranch. This private, out-of-the-way ranch with national forest access is suited to run cattle or as a getaway to enjoy recreational pursuits.
This diverse opportunity in the Oregon high desert has three fully developed businesses: hay production, seed stock cattle, and solar electricity. The markets for hay, cattle, and electricity are in place and transferable. The solar project contains an expansion plan, the cattle have a client base, and the hay has established domestic and foreign buyers. The climate is conducive for the production of high-quality alfalfa hay, strong and hearty cattle, and clean, renewable electricity.
This Oregon farm offers irrigated land using flood, wheel line, and handline. The farm headquarters and improvements include a four-bedroom, one-bathroom farmhouse and two small shops. The current owners have grown alfalfa hay and corn for the 2021 season, with an estimated 90± acres of corn and 55± acres of alfalfa currently planted. A new owner could continue harvesting as is, plant other row crops, convert all to alfalfa, or turn the 145± planted acres into pasture land.
Most of the hard work is done here at this Central Oregon ranch property. This remote agricultural land could be made into something extraordinary. With an active water-right permit for 539± acres of irrigation, power, and two irrigation wells already drilled, the table is already set to develop an excellent and cost-effective hay or cattle ranch. Existing improvements include a shop, greenhouses, Conex storage containers, and much of the electrical equipment needed for full development.
This ranch is just minutes from the John Day River at Clarno and adjacent to BLM lands fenced-in which are permitted for 21 Animal Unit Months (AUMs) of grazing. The rolling terrain has tremendous views of the John Day River Canyon. It is transected by five draws that provide seasonal drainage, and springs provide good water and cover for livestock and wildlife. The varied terrain is frequented by Rocky Mountain elk, mule deer, pronghorn antelope, chukar, turkey, and more.
This quiet, secluded Oregon ranch includes 29.3± acres of irrigation, primarily from a center pivot, making it perfect for a small herd of cattle, horses, or other livestock. A uniquely designed 2,076± square foot, western-style home offers three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a family room, living room, large kitchen, and amazing courtyard to make entertaining and peaceful outside dining and relaxing something to look forward to every day. Located just minutes from Prineville, Redmond, and Bend.
In one of the most sought-after areas of Prineville, Oregon, just northeast of town, lies the perfect hobby ranch, with all the amenities you could need, including irrigation for your horses, cows, or other livestock. With a nice 4 bedroom, 2,106± square foot home, there is plenty of room for the family. Other improvements include a shop, a barn, RV/boat storage with hook-up, and a pole barn with a lean-to. The pastures are irrigated by one wheel line, a couple of handlines, and several pods.
This beautiful Central Oregon ranch is deeded private land that adjoins thousands of acres of public land (BLM and USFS) with private access to Pine Mountain. Perfect fit for any outdoorsman, horseman, ATV enthusiast, hunter, or buyer that just wants extreme privacy and social distancing with a convenient location, it was initially set up for horses and with the equestrian enthusiast in mind. The indoor arena also includes an apartment, perfect for out-of-town guests.
Currently operating as an equestrian property, this beautiful Central Oregon hideaway with over ¼ mile of river frontage would make the perfect family retreat, full-time residence, or weekend getaway. With a paved, private driveway, this property can be accessed year-round. Out of town guests will enjoy the old town, set up as four bunkhouses with bunk beds and a bathhouse. For the visitor with an RV, there are plenty of peaceful locations to camp out, along with the convenience of an RV dump.
This operating Oregon cattle ranch includes outstanding recreational amenities and an opportunity to improve on what nature has provided, both in agricultural production and recreational development. The John Day River winds along and through the ranch with deeded river frontage. The balance of the frontage is predominately through BLM lands which are grazed by the ranch. The ranch joins BLM land accessible only from the river or adjoining private lands.
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