Scott Coe

Scott Coe

Licensed in OR

Scott Coe is an Oregon real estate Broker. He joined the Fay Ranches family, which is an ideal fit. Scott’s acquired knowledge over the years of his real-life experiences to give expert advice on both selling ranches and buying ranches. His expert knowledge offers sellers and buyers real-world options, from the conversation of wildlife and its habitat to the working side of ranches, from cattle to farming. This allows him to combine his experiences of hunting, land conservation, and cattle and ranch operations into first-hand knowledge for Buyers and Sellers. He is very efficient in listing ranches to represent the history, the wildlife, and the land, which profits the buyers of listed ranches to maximize the resource and preserve these land icons of the American west for future generations. Scott’s integrity and dedication to you are his top priorities.

Scott grew up on a cattle and dryland wheat ranch east of Heppner, Oregon. Growing up on a working ranch presented him with real-life experiences that gave him knowledge and awareness of various farming and ranching aspects. During his youth living in rural Eastern Oregon, sports and hunting were his way of life. Many days were filled with sports activities followed by many hours chasing around a bird dog hunting pheasants on the ranch. He attended Heppner High School and graduated in 1993. He went to college at Oregon State University and eventually settled at Eastern Oregon University.



After college, where Scott acquired a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration with a minor in Economics in 1999, he immediately became employed at Ruggs Ranch near Heppner, Oregon. Ruggs Ranch is a full ranching operation emphasizing upland bird and big game hunting. While at Ruggs Ranch, he became general manager, managed the farming and cattle operation, and specialized in upland bird and big game hunting, emphasizing conservation.

After the sale of Ruggs Ranch in 2009 and wanting to venture out on his own, Scott started Pioneer Outfitters; over time, it transformed into what now operates as Sheep Mountain Outfitters. Currently, he is a partner in which they run a successful outfitting business that conducts business in Oregon and Idaho. Scott has experienced great success with his outfitting company and has been featured on many network hunting programs and in some of the top hunting magazines throughout the country. In addition to operating the outfitter business, he is a partner in a farm and ranch consulting company that specializes in land conservation and management. Through these ventures, he has gained vast knowledge and understanding of conservation practices and land management.



2 Active Properties Listed by Scott Coe

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Nickel Mountain Ranch

Riddle, Oregon

Nickel Mountain Ranch is a unique property for sale, offering diverse investment opportunities and a range of recreational activities. This Oregon ranch combines timbered areas and meadows, providing a picturesque setting to enjoy stunning views and is steeped in Native American history. A rock quarry with easy access offers potential income. The ranch affords exceptional hunting prospects, including trophy-class opportunities for black-tailed deer, Roosevelt elk, black bear, and wild turkey.

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Birch Creek Ranch

Pilot Rock, Oregon

This Oregon ranch is a fantastic property with amazing views, abundant wildlife, a peaceful setting, and an income-producing cattle operation. The ranch and hilltop scenic views make this an ideal place to recreate and have a property that produces income. Opportunities for hunting and wildlife viewing are offered year-round. A cozy cabin with a pond makes the improvements for the property a fantastic place to get away for a campfire and book with majestic views in all directions.

Articles Authored by Scott Coe

Wild Game Processing: Field to Table

My earliest memory of hunting is stumbling around the fields looking for pheasants with my dad and uncles at seven years old. I filled my first deer tag by the time I was nine years old, and since then have been addicted to it, hunting every season. Growing up on a ranch in Eastern Oregon, […]