Licensed in: ID, OR
Dave was born, raised, and educated in the plains of South Dakota. As a boy, he spent many days bird-dogging and fishing walleye with his family. He graduated from Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota with a degree in marketing and management.
After college, the Rocky Mountains of Colorado beckoned Dave. It was in Colorado that he gained valuable experience in the hospitality industry. It made him realize the importance of meeting customers’ needs, which is vital in attaining client satisfaction. While in Colorado, Dave realized the West had so much to offer in terms of recreational opportunities with its vast amount of open space. A move to California for a few years allowed for a job change in marketing in the building supply industry. It was a great experience, yet he knew he wanted to return back to the mountain regions of the West.
The State of Idaho captivated Dave’s interest, with its great open spaces and its plentitude of opportunities in the outdoors. Dave has lived in Idaho for 23 years where he furthered his experience in the hospitality/resort industry and the building industry. These careers led him to a path into real estate with Fay Ranches. Dave started with residential real estate and consulting with Fay Ranches in 2003, and moved on to get his broker’s license in 2008.
Fay Ranches is the perfect fit for Dave since it allows him to focus on his clients’ needs and share his knowledge and experience regarding a multitude of outdoor activities. From sharing his favorite chucker ridge to the trout waters across Idaho and Oregon, Dave ensures that his clients are exposed to whatever it is that piques their interest in the great outdoors.
Dave is passionate about ensuring that the opportunities he has had in the outdoors will be available for future generations, along with allowing the traditional western lifestyle to thrive.
Idaho Ranch Broker Dave Halgerson can be contacted through the Fay Ranches office in Boise, Idaho.
PO Box 1693
Boise, Idaho 83701
5 Active Property Listings by Dave Halgerson
This ranch in Idaho represents a one of a kind ranch ownership opportunity. While currently being operated as a world class equine facility, its location and size make this a trophy acquisition for the discriminating buyer. The views of the lakes, the mild weather and the lush hillsides are remarkable, making this one of the most beautiful ranches in the country.
A fantastic grazing ranch with irrigated pastures and alfalfa. This Oregon ranch lies in the lush, burnt River Valley with exceptional grass and excellent water rights. The bonus is the prolific wildlife found on the ranch, with elk and mule deer making up much of what folks love about this area. The peace and solitude of this ranch is something special.
This ranch has all the benefits of a remote ranch without being remote. With various recreational pursuits from hunting to fishing on the Bear River in Idaho, this ranch is a rare offering within Idaho and the west. This ranch offers grazing and big game hunting, specifically mule deer and elk. The area is known for its large mule deer genetics. The current owners have taken many steps in operating the ranch for maximum agricultural productivity while making sure wildlife habitat is preserved.
This ideal summer grazing ranch in Oregon offers deeded land along with BLM leases and will support over 400 pair. It is a mix of high-energy grasses, perfect for weight gain. The topography contains northern and southern slopes that include drainages of aspen or juniper pine with good water throughout the range. It is prime mule deer and elk habitat along with good chukar hunting. Views are vast, with wide-open spaces and areas that are completely private and protected from the general public.
This Oregon hunting ranch features big game habitat and has two year-round creeks, timber, and a private trail that take you into the higher elevation leading to the Malheur National Forest on the southern border. The ranch can be purchased in total or the 640± acres by itself and the 15.5± acres and home in a separate purchase. Wildlife consists of elk, mule deer, and black bear with a variety of small game and predators that thrive in the mountain terrain.
9 Properties Sold by Dave Halgerson
This ranch is a true 400 head, year-round cattle operation conveniently located in Idaho. In addition to the deeded acreage, it includes a large adjacent leased portion of land, greatly expanding the grazing capacity of the property. This ranch has ample irrigated land to grow enough hay to feed livestock during the winter and sell what is not needed.
The diverse habitat and bordering national forest make this ranch a wildlife haven and a fantastic property for recreation and hunting. The private setting, 2 homes, 3 live creeks, water and timber rights and a private runway with a hangar make this a property you are going to want to experience!
The Clearwater River Place has excellent hunting and fishing opportunities available all over the ranch. Catch massive Chinook Salmon in the spring and beautiful trout all summer. Anglers can also fish for steelhead just below the ranch.
The ranch provides an isolated sanctuary for anyone looking for a slower pace, quality of life in a country setting. A great place for the kids to grow up and have the great outdoors as their playground; from hunting trophy bucks and fishing largemouth bass in the pond to camping by the river, this is the ultimate family haven.
With acreage bordered by the Weiser River and Idaho State land, this ranch is an excellent property for grazing cattle. The property has end of the road privacy, two ponds with good springs and multiple drainages. There are corrals and a loading shoot, making it easy to separate and load stock.
Grizzly Creek offers agriculture value in grazing, private recreation & hunting property, as well as lush vegetation making this a fantastic wildlife property.
Rolling grassy hills and snowcapped peaks provide the finishing touches to an inspiring canvas. Elk, deer, and antelope are frequent visitors on and off the ranch. The 140± acres has an array of wildlife habitat including willow lined river banks and irrigated pastures of alfalfa and grass.
The 337± acres offer sets itself apart from any other property, on or off the market in the area. From the size, seclusion, views of the valley along with being only minutes from town, this is a special piece of property. The property offers some of the best outdoor experiences the region has to offer and if the desire is there to split the property for friends or relatives, this would be easy to do.
This sportsman’s paradise has what every outdoor enthusiast desires in privacy and is close to exclusive access to 1,000s of acres of national forest in Idaho. The property and the area offer excellent big game hunting and access to many high mountain lakes to explore. This hunting property offers the ultimate in high mountain access to big game country.
Articles Authored by Dave Halgerson
“Waking up in the morning to the smell of fresh pine and in the evening seeing some of the most beautiful sunsets. There is nothing else that can ever replace the special place that Black Rock Ranch is to me and my family.” -Owner of Black Rock Ranch. One day on this ranch, and we […]
An article by Dave Halgerson, Fay Ranches Broker Although Idaho’s wine production roots have been forgotten by most, they run historically deep. The recent recognition for the Snake River Valley’s prominence as an ideal area to grow wine grapes may seem new, but the favorable climate and elevation that is conducive to the creation of a variety of captivating […]
By Dave Halgerson, Designated Broker, Licensed in: ID, OR As the temperature drops in the last months of the year, so does the number of bird hunters in the field! You just need to be ready for the elements and the possible slick conditions, but after those earlier hunts of putting in the miles, you […]
As featured in Land Investor Magazine Vol. 1 The University of Idaho agricultural economists, Garth Taylor and Ben Eborn, reported an 11% increase in 2014 for Idaho farm and ranch net income. Additionally, there was a 6% decrease in expenses, which resulted in a 46% increase overall in reported income for 2014, up to $4.53 billion net, a record set […]