Arguably the largest and most sophisticated horse ranch in the northwest, the Black Rock Ranch consists of 1,140± acres and is a superb operating horse ranch specializing in Reining horses, Arabian horses and a breeding program of both.
On the market for the first time since John Palmer assembled the property almost 30 years ago, Go Away is a 2500± acre premier waterfowl, deer, quail, turkey, dove hunting and bass fishing turn-key property with stately accommodations and improvements of great distinction in the south Mississippi Delta within the renowned Big Black River basin.
Approximately 10 miles to the fly fishing mecca that is Ennis, Montana and only a 3± mile drive to historic Virginia City, this property borders BLM and State land, providing the owner with thousands of acres of deeded and public land to recreate on. This ranch provides a beautiful, tranquil mountain setting with views of wildlife and surrounding mountain ranges.
Nestled in the shadow of Bull Mountain and surrounded by the Elkhorn, Boulder and Highland Mountains, sits this exceptional unspoiled 2,687± acre wildlife-rich ranch. Located just 50 minutes west of Bozeman in the tightly held North Boulder River Valley, land this size in this valley rarely comes to market.
Trapper View Ranch is 689± acres of forest, meadows, springs, and grassy benches. Situated at the base of Trapper Peak and the Bitterroot Mountain Range the ranch is bordered by National Forest and boasts approximately 200± irrigated acres and 389± acres of water rights.
Big time hay production. This is in a region that produces large volumes of high quality alfalfa hay. Just twenty minutes outside of Burns, Oregon. Due to all of the farm ground being contiguous and very flat, the efficiency of the ranch is very high. In addition, soil mapping indicates that the soils are as good as it gets for hay production. Weaver Springs is an excellent, income producing ranch in the scenic Harney Basin of beautiful Eastern Oregon.
The ranch is one of the most recreationally productive ranches we’ve listed for sale, it possesses over 4.3± miles of completely restored spring creek (Nevada Spring Creek) from its source to its confluence with Nevada Creek, there is an additional 5.5± miles of Nevada Creek (a tailwater tributary to the Blackfoot River) and 1.3± miles of Wasson Creek (an important tributary of the Blackfoot River).
With proximity to airports and local conveniences, the ranch has all the benefits of a remote ranch without being remote. With a variety of recreational pursuits from hunting to fishing on the Bear River, this ranch is hard to match.
6,080± acres deeded with another 1,200± acres of BLM fenced into the ranch. Cattle grazing and lots of wildlife including elk, deer, turkey, bear, chuckar and huns. Three creeks flow through the ranch with multiple seasonal creeks and over 40 ponds. Borders public land.
Resting amid the pristine, Montana alpine wilderness on the east side of the Big Belt Mountains, this untouched recreational ranch varies from gentle sloping meadows and rolling hills to heavily timbered ridges and mountains, with over 3 miles of the fishable west fork of Hound Creek running through the full length of the property. West Hound Creek Ranch is an exceptional deer and elk hunting property located in-between the world‐class Missouri and Smith Rivers.
This ranch has an amazing .7± miles of frontage on the Missouri River, providing excellent habitat for waterfowl, white-tailed deer, moose, eagles and so much more. The property boasts a 5,966± SF home with expansive views of the surrounding timbered hillsides, dramatic cliffs, fertile valley and trout rich waters of the “Mighty Mo.”
The property boasts .8± miles of Big Spring Creek including .6± miles of both sides, one of the finest and least known blue ribbon trout fisheries in the state of Montana. There are a variety of rocky creek banks, lush hay meadows and scattered timber as well as an immaculately maintained home all surrounded by breathtaking views of four different mountain ranges.
Compact, very productive cattle operation. 847 acres of water rights. Large forest permit (278 cows) for 5 summer months. Sits at the base of Strawberry Mountain 6 miles east of John Day.
Escalera has been called the premier ranch in southern Colorado, With its incredible location and dramatic views of the West Spanish Peaks, vertical dike wall formations and the Sangre de Cristo mountain chain that runs from Colorado to Santa Fe, New Mexico this stunning ranch property is the perfect combination of private retreat and productive land.
Situated along the banks of the gorgeous East Gallatin River and bordering Bridger Creek Golf Course, as well as 82± acres of State Land, this property combines beautiful views, world-class trout fishing, a 1.4-acre pond, a 4,680± SF spacious 4-bedroom house with guest house attached, a large barn with sleeping quarters and a separate 4-car detached garage.
From its perch overlooking the Gallatin Valley, the ranch provides the best of both worlds; complete privacy in a beautiful setting, as well as easy access to Bozeman and all the amenities this vibrant university town has to offer. There is a beautiful ranch compound with a custom ranch style home, shop and a 1 acre stocked trout pond and the property is contiguous with an additional 640± acre State section of land. It is the ideal property for those looking for privacy and ideal proximity.
Located in a quiet, traditional ranching community, this is a compact, productive ranch with stored irrigation water from the Unity Reservoir. Wild meadows and alfalfa are irrigated by gated pipe, flood and wheel lines. A forest permit for 185 cows is available from June to October 15.
Located along the Wise River and close to the Big Hole River, this ranch is named for the striking rock formation that overlooks the property. The owner currently holds a 6,922± acre National Forest grazing lease, allowing for 150 yearling heifers out the back gate. The property is almost entirely flood irrigated, and the owner has enjoyed the ranch because of the production value and recreational opportunities.
Bordering BLM land, which then borders National Forest, this property offers the owner thousands of acres of public land to recreate on. Emanating a wild west feel, the improvements include a replica of a 100-year-old United States Forest Service fire lookout tower; truly a work of art. This property has it all, including staggering views of both the Ruby and Madison Valleys and wildlife ranging from bears and moose to eagles and elk.
This is an absolutely gorgeous piece of ground with some of the most dramatic views in the valley and a wonderful country feel yet still close to Bozeman. The farm has wonderful views over the Gallatin Valley and 5 surrounding mountain ranges. Ross Creek flows through the farm for approximately .9 miles. This is an excellent real estate investment in the Gallatin Valley.
Mountain View Ranch has it all with year-round creeks and springs, aspen groves and dark north facing slopes of pine trees, and several large grassy meadows welcoming big game and cattle. The seasonal pasture for cattle is a mainstay in the business operations of the ranch. Located near the Grays lake refuge gives many opportunities for viewing wildlife and waterfowl. Idaho Falls, one hour away, has a commercial airport and private facilities, and all the shopping you will need.