LaSada represents an opportunity to invest in a profoundly well managed full service retreat offering a range of hunting, shooting, special events, dog training, relaxing lodge, restaurant and primary residence located in the stunningly beautiful landscape of Central Kansas....
3900 sq ft Stone house situated above a one acre lake. Of matching materials and craftsmanship is a7,100 sq ft 8 horse stall barn with generous stalls, hot and cold wash racks, saddle room, living quarters/ office space and excellent turnouts. Ideally the bar...
Serious hunters will recognize this land as the PERFECT HABITAT for small game, deer and waterfowl! Meadows in front with scattered apple trees and hardwood forest in back with 1,500 feet of frontage on A 64 acre lake which is LOADED WITH TROPHY LARGEMOUGH BASS! A huge bea...
6,860 contiguous acres with excellent water including over 35 springs on the ranch. Currently running 300 head for 6 months, corrals with truck access and separate holding pasture. Historically known as a productive mule deer site this ranch has superior hunting opportunities.
Atop a knoll just northwest of Nyssa, Oregon and southwest of Ontario, Oregon, this property provides a great 360 degree view of the area. The area is comprised of rolling hills with irrigated farmland and treed draws. 35 acres with 23 irrigated acres. Large 4,096 sq. ft. home with attached 832 sq. ft. mother -in-law quarters. Property also has a large shop, storage/tack building, Quonset hay barn and other outbuildings.
With nearly 17,000 acres of Oregon’s very best mountains, timber and streams, the Minam River Ranch is as wild and natural as it was 150 years ago when Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce tribes called this stunning mountain country “home”. This Oregon ranch for sale is like no other; 6± combined miles of wild and scenic Minam and Wallowa Rivers host healthy populations of rainbow trout, bull trout, steelhead and salmon.
Nearly untouched by man these two rivers begin in the adjacent Eagle Cap Wilderness of the Blue Mountains and wind through 16,660 contiguous acres of the Minam River Ranch. Recognized for outstanding world class big game hunting the Minam River Ranch receives 6 Land Owner Preference (LOP) tags for Rocky
The historic Baltzor Cattle Company is located ten miles north of Jordan Valley, OR and seventy five miles southwest of Boise, ID. The 6,146 acres of deeded land, combined with two large BLM grazing permits, straddle the Oregon and Idaho border, with deeded and grazing permits in both states. The ranch has spring turn out for 700 cows, flood irrigated meadows and housing adequate for a ranch of this size. There are three homes plus two additional, established home sites with wells and power. The ranch is home to mule deer, antelope, chukar, quail and sage grouse. This is a rare opportunity to own an old time, high desert ranch in the heart of true cattle country.
Eastern Oregon Cattle and Hunting Ranch. 5171 deeded acres consisting of approximately 485.7 acres of water rights. Wheel lines, pivot and flood irrigated. Alfalfa, grass and alfalfa grass mix hay. Stock water system has been upgraded for the 4600 acres of rangeland-great for cattle and wildlife. Elk,deer and waterfowl are present. 3 homes plus horse and calving barns, corrals and shops. All nestled in a quiet, productive valley of Eastern Oregon. See attached file for more details
Milne Purchase McLaughlinClark Jennings and Associates
Incredible Timbered Setting: This 118 acre property combines mature timbered and irrigated pasture located at the base of the Elkhorn Mountains in Northeast Oregon. The property is improved with a very attractive custom ranch style home situated with a complete wrap around deck that provides for a 360 degree view of the mountains, valley, and directly above the small lake in front of the main home. The ranch is also improved with a caretakers home, guest quarters, small shop and barn, RV storage and backup generator building and more. The park like setting also has a bbq area for private gatherings in the forest, where you will likely encounter a resident population of elk, white tail deer, turkey, grouse and waterfowl. This is truly a
This Deeded 34,497+/- acre working cattle ranch is nestled in the Blue Mountain Range of Northeast Oregon.
In conjunction with the additional 27,000+/- acre forest service grazing allotment, the 61,497+/- acre operation has historically maintained 500 Mother cows, 1500 +/- yearlings, 300 feedlot and 450 Bred heifers annually. Bordered on 2 sides by National forest, the ranch is non contiguous by design; primarily sectioned North and South by adverse elevations and climate. It's not uncommon to dry feed only 3-4 months a year. This ranch is undoubtedly affected by the warm Pacific storms that march up the Columbia River Gorge, providing a much longer growing season than most of Eastern Oregon and other areas of the country. Ranchers a
With roots in the Miller-Lux cattle empire of the 19th century, this expansive cattle and hay operation encompasses 52,445 deeded acres in the Malheur River basin of eastern Oregon near the small ranching community of Crane, an hour southeast of Burns. With an emphasis on premium beef production, the ranch currently runs 1,225 breeding cows plus bulls with capacity for 1,525 cows and produces excess hay on 1,510 acres, including 1,125 acres under 9 Valley and Zimmatic center pivots. Abundant water features and improvements include reservoirs, year-round creeks and streams, irrigation and stock-water wells, springs, ponds, playas, and range developments. The ranch is modestly but practically improved with employee housing, equipment storage,
The Buckaroo Ranch is located in the foothills of the Blue Mountains of Oregon and overlooks the North Fork John Day River valley. Consisting of approximately 16,200 total acres, the topography is primarily gentle with an abundance of meadows, creeks, and draws. The ranch is 25+/- square miles in size and has a strategic location as both a private hunting preserve and a recreation tract with long-term forest investment opportunity. Due to its proximity to the North Fork John Day River and Camas Creek, fishing opportunities for trout, steelhead and salmon are excellent. The Bridge Creek Wildlife area, managed as a wintering area for elk by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, is nearby. The ranch's ridgetop location provides seclusion
Owned and operated by the same family for over 80 years, this reputation ranch runs across 32,500+/- contiguous, deeded acres and is highly regarded for it privacy, careful management, extensive grazing resources, and diverse wildlife populations, which include Boone & Crockett caliber elk, deer, and antelope and large numbers of chukar and quail. The ranch ranges in elevation from 2,000 feet at Cow Valley to 6,500 feet atop Juniper Mountain and encompasses a variety of landforms, from deep canyon breaks and expansive native grasslands to rugged highlands with sweeping views of eastern Oregon's high desert. Improvements are operational in nature and include staff housing, working facilities, and well-maintained perimeter and interior fencin
Located in southeastern Oregon, the Indian Creek Ranch is comprised of approximately 125,200 acres with 22,200 acres of deeded lands capable of running up to 2,800 mature animals year-round. This ranch has excellent water characteristics with a number of deep-water fishing lakes, numerous creeks and springs as well as plentiful irrigation water. Recreation is a highlight with world-class mule deer and upland game bird hunting. Indian Creek Ranch offers a large resource with agricultural and recreational elements present.
6,430 acre farm near Heppner, OR. 3,014 cultivatable acres, 3,264 acres rangeland, 146 acres CRP and the balance surrounding homes and outbuildings. 682 acres irrigable with 4 pivots included. 2,400 sq. ft. main home, 2 large manufactured homes, shop and machine shed. Currently planted in winter wheat on 1200 acres of dry land. 1,200 acres summer fallow. 602 acres to be planted in wheat in spring.
The Inshallah Ranch is known as one of the premier hunting ranches in Oregon. A number of record book elk have been taken on the ranch in the last several years. As a testament to its quality, in 2009, a Pope and Young record book bull scoring 379 was harvested on the ranch. The ranch provides opportunity to take 350-400 class bulls, as well as mature mule deer bucks in the 170-200 class. The ranch receives 6 LOP tags.
12,000 acres of deeded land. 700 acres of irrigated and sub-irrigated meadows. Two USFS grazing permits. The Smoky allotment is for 150 pairs for 4 months, and Lewis Creek on/off permit is for 55 head for 1.5 months (spring or fall use). The ranch has a carrying capacity of 500-600 pairs, replacement heifers, bulls
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The Pocket Ranch is a very healthy ranch and home to all types of wildlife. Water availability and quality is of great importance to a healthy environment. The ranch consists of 24 named springs, 30 active ponds plus numerous seeps throughout. Butte Creek runs through the ranch and is a healthy perennial fish bearing stream that has a large hatch of stoneflies during the spring and early summer. Stone Flies are an indicator of a healthy stream according to Wikepedia "all species of stone flies are intolerant of water pollution and their presence in a stream or still water is usually an indicator of
Eastern Oregon hay production at its best!
Weaver Springs is a turn-key, productive hay and livestock property in the scenic Harney Basin of eastern Oregon. 1,300 acres of the best water and soil include 11 pivots and a series of ground water wells. The property is able to produce large quantities of high quality dairy, wheat, grass and alfalfa hay making Weaver Springs one of the area’s largest hay producers.
A paved road offers easy access to the property, which is equipped with a large modern home currently being remodeled, a shop, hay sheds, cattle and truck scales, and a cattle feedlot accommodating up to 300 head.
Very nice cattle/recreational ranch located in the Izee Valley in Grant Co., Oregon. Excellent cattle facilities, with scales. Very nice USFS grazing allot. 150 hd. for 4 months. BLM permit as well. All deeded ground contiguous with over 40 springs and miles of creeks. Two custom houses, both of recent contruction. All free water with very good water rights. 330 irrigated acres with 216 W.Rights. TROPHY hunting ranch. Mule deer in the 170 - 210 class. Elk in 350+ class. 5 LOP tags.
The Ullman Ranch is one of several successfully run cow calf operations owned and operated by the Ullman Brothers Land and Cattle Company. The ranch encompasses 4,596 deeded acres in Malheur County, near the small ranching and farming community of Ironside, Oregon. Along with the deeded acres, the ranch has long-standing water rights of 354 acre feet used to irrigate the pastures as well as provide stock water. The ranch is located approximately an hours drive west of the town of Vale, Oregon and approximately an hour east of John Day, Oregon. The community of Ironside is three miles east of the ranch headquarters. The family has been running 250 mother cows with calves at their sides along with requisite number of bulls on the ranchs abund
The Hill Ranch is comprised of 4,508 deeded acres with an additional 1,605 BLM-leased acres for grazing, timber and recreation. The land encompasses five tax lots with approximately six miles of the North Fork John Day River in addition to 1.2 miles of Middle Fork John Day River, plus the confluence of these two rivers. The ranch is located near Long Creek, Oregon, and is approximately 30 miles north of John Day and 120 miles south of Pendleton, Oregon. The Hill Ranch is bordered by BLM and private landowners and is currently being leased for cattle. The ranch supports wild runs of summer steelhead in both the North Fork and Middle Fork John Day, and smallmouth bass are prolific throughout the rivers. Located in the Heppner Unit, an incomi
Includes 5 mining properties located in Baker County, Oregon totaling 741.5+/- acres
The Maxwell Mine 135+/- acres is located in the beautiful forest land West of Baker City on Rock Creek on the West side of the Elkhorn Mountains
The White Swan Mine 53.3+/- acres, Virtue Extension Mine 224.5+/- acres & St. Paul Mine 19.2+/- acres are located in the Virtue Flat sagebrush covered range land East of Baker City
The Historic Oregon Trail travels through the White Swan Mine land
The Burke Ranch Placer Mine 309+/- acres is located along the Burnt River SW of Baker City & West of Durkee, OR
These 5 mining properties have been owned by the same family for the past 50+ years.
The Owners have production history and mining reports as well as the
Located 10 minutes north of Crane and 30 miles southeast of Burns, the JMK Ranch is a quality commercial hay operation consisting of 2,230 acres in a contiguous unit. The ranch features 1,125 acres irrigated by nine center pivots, six of which are planted to alfalfa and three transitioning to alfalfa. The ranch produced organic hay until two years ago and is now being fertilized and working toward three cuttings with yields of four to five tons per acre. Eight of the pivots are Valley brand (the most recent one installed in 2011), while the ninth is a Zimmatic installed in 2015. Irrigation water comes from eight wells interconnected through a buried mainline system. Wells pump between 500-800 gpm and depths are in the 300 to 600 range. The
The Birch Creek Irrigated Farm contains approximately 737 deeded acres of which 549 acres are irrigated under center pivots. 115 acres are dryland crop enrolled in the CRP program and 62 acres are rangeland. The property includes a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom main home, a 32'x56' machine shop, an 80'x180' steel building, and a 2 car garage with a storage room. Includes freestanding solar feedback panel. Deer and bird hunting available. Broker owned. #LA01316
The Ray Ranch is located one mile into Oregon in Umatilla County and is in the Walla Walla Valley. The acreage of this Ranch is 3531.41 +/- acres. The properties cropland is currently planted to pasture grass. There are 130 cow/calf cattle pair seasonally that grazethroughout the rustic terrain. The timber acres are a haven for wildlife and the Ranch is rich in many species of animals including elk, deer, beer, cougar, coyote and a variety of birds. The headquarters of Ray Ranch is located on Cottonwood Creek where the access is private and gated. Fishing is also a luxury included with this property in the numerous springs and ponds as well as the banks of Cottonwood Creek. An older home powered by generator with a cistern for water
The Buck Mountain Ranch is a 7,565 acre cattle and premier mountain
hunting ranch offering world class elk and trophy mule deer hunting.
The ranch is located in Grant County, Oregon midway between Burns
and John Day. The ranch is incredibly well watered and has
exceptional improvements. Buck Mountain Ranch consists of 4960+/-
contiguous deeded acres together with a USFS grazing permit of
approximately 2604 +/- contiguous acres on the Malheur National
Buck Mountain ranch offers all of Eastern Oregon's finest. It has
incredible privacy, unbelievable scenery, superb hunting and excellent
grazing. Water abounds everywhere on the Buck Mountain Ranch.
There are over 20 springs and miles of live water creeks. Many of the
OWN YOUR OWN PRIVATE RIVER
10 Miles of Historic and Scenic Silvies River Frontage
The Smith Brothers Ranch encompasses approximately 4,235 acres, which includes approximately 10 miles of Silvies River frontage. Where else in the west can you essentially own your own river?
The ranch begins just south of the headeaters of the Silvies River where Myrtle Creek joins the Siivies on its way through the Smith Brothers Ranch beginning with the Drinkwater dam. This represents the figurative if not the legal start of the ranch. Emerging from the dam, the river slowly meanders through the Drinkwater meadow, giving up some of its life giving nutients to sustain the meadow along the way. The Hamilton Dam then takes control, albeit temporarily, dive
Premium Vineyard location opportunity. Located adjacent to Jon Cockburn Ranch Vineyard for Zerba Cellars. Property includes water rights. Soil type Athena silt loam. Elevation ranges 1125 to 1450 more or less.
Mark GrantJohn J. Howarrd
$3,700,0003,957.27 acres2 Beds | 1 Bath | 900 sqft10421 S. Burnt River Lane, Unity, OR97884 - Baker County
Outstanding Scenic Ranch on Market First time since homesteaded in the late 1800's. Includes 1,228+/- Acres of well managed timber/grazing land, 260+/- acres irrigated including two 90+/- acre meadows, & over 2,400 acres of dry land grazing partially improved with sagebrush control. Several miles of new fencing. Three live water streams, plus 4 developed springs for livestock & wildlife. New Shop, Garage & Hay Shed. Excellent Hunting.
The Frazier Mountain Property is located 14 miles southwest of Union, Oregon, near Hwy 203. The property contains 5,350 contiguous acres of diverse habitat types ranging from early season grasses, sagebrush and ponderosa pine on the southern portion of the ranch, to dense growing timber stands with grasses and ponds on the north half. #LA02514
This Beautiful and Wondrous Timbered Property sits on the Oregon / Washington border in Umatilla and Walla Walla Counties just 15 minutes from the town of Walla Walla and the Walla Walla Regional Airport. In the mountains on Mill Creek east of the towns of Walla Walla and Milton-Freewater. A total of 1740 acres, with 1575 acres in Umatilla County, Oregon and 165 adjacent acres in Walla Walla County, Washington. The property is very well covered with road access and good strong fencing. This is rugged Gods Country with everything you could ever want. COME HAVE IT ALL. There is something for everyone here, culture, history, fine restarunts, Walla Walla Wineries, your own private mountain retreat, horseback/ ATV trail riding and World Class Hu
This ranch sits nicely in a valley where the South Fork and Middle
Fork of the Malheur River join. The ranch has approximately 140+/-
acres of irrigated ground of which approximately 80 acres is native
meadow and 60 acres is a mix of alfalfa/grass. The irrigated
ground water supply comes from two irrigation pumps out of the
river, one division dam and one irrigation well.
The current owner puts up approximately 300-350 tons of hay and
uses the balance for pasture. The ranch is currently running 650
head, with hay purchases.
The BLM permits are out the back gate, but the Forest Permit is
Approximately 60 air miles north of the Ranch. The improvements
are adequate for this operation.
Recreation wildlife on this ranch and in the ar