The 2,892 acre EA Ranch is located just 17 miles south of Charlotte, Texas in LaSalle and McMullen Counties. This high-fenced ranch has been managed for White-tailed Deer and Quail since 1987. The native South Texas habitat has been sculpted and managed to promote deer and...
382+/- AC Mtn Retreat/Dev Land - Adj to Wintergreen Resort - Wintergreen, Nelson County, VA
Online Auction of corporate surplus land. +/-382 acres of Blue Ridge Mountain Range land with sweeping panoramic views to the south and east!
Ideal for dividing into a handful o...
McAlester Lake Ranch runs 1500 cows. 5 homes & many improvements.
Acres: 7,500 +/- ACRES
Price: $2,250 per acre
Location: S.E. Oklahoma, Pittsburg County, 10 miles North of McAlester and joins the North side of Lake McAlester. It is centrally l...
Texas Cattle and Hunting Ranch Auction
26,867 Total Acres Offered in 22 Tracts and Combinations
Hudson Ranch | Wichita County, TX | 2% Buyers Broker Fee
May 12 10 AM CT
Minimum Opening Bid: $440 Per Acre Sells to Highest Bidder
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Mill Creek Ranch, located in Montanas dramatic and private Jack Creek drainage in the picturesque Madison Valley, is the largest property for sale in the Big Sky area. The Ranch has 1,916 deeded acres that are situated perfectly between the charming western town of Ennis to the west and the thriving ski-resort communities of Big Sky, Moonlight Basin and the Yellowstone Club to the east. Large portions of the Mill Creek Ranch and surrounding ranches have been placed into conservation easement to expand the wildlife habitat of the adjoining Lee Metcalf Wilderness area. The Ranch includes a beautiful custom log home and several premiere building locations with incredible panoramic mountain vistas. Buyers seeking solitude without isolation,
For generations, families have enjoyed the peace and tranquility of the 333 +/- acre Yellowstone Preserve Ranch and the small-town charm of nearby Livingston, Montana. The ranch provides easy access to an unparalleled combination of fishing, hiking, hunting, and income generation opportunities. Yellowstone Preserve is a peaceful ranch in a virtually urban location. The ranch is located only 5 minutes east of Livingston and its fine dining, coffee shops, art galleries and private jet strip and it is under 30 minutes from Bozeman, Montana and its many amenities and commercial airport.
A four-bedroom home with amazing views rounds out this conveniently located, one-of-a-kind ranch that is perfect for use as a family or corporate retreat.
Bridger Shadows Farm is a beautiful 735 acre ranch that has been in the same family operation since the early 1940s. The Bridger Mountains provide a stunning melodic backdrop with 360-degree views of the entire Gallatin Valley. Located just 5 miles north of Bozeman in the productive and striking landscape of Montanas Gallatin Valley, this property offers endless possibilities to the new owner, including exquisite hunting, ranching and farming, equestrian possibilities, cross-country skiing, 4-wheeling, snowmobiling, hiking and land development or conservation easement potential. Within minutes of downtown Bozeman and Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport and a short 15 minute drive to Bridger Bowl Ski area, this historically agricultura
The 746 ± acre Ruby River Ranch is a unique ranch that combines high quality agricultural production with world class recreational amenities, making it an affordable ranch to own on an annual basis as well as a wonderful ranch for families and friends to share new adventures and build lasting memories. The Ruby River meanders through the ranch for just less than 2 miles and provides some of the finest fly fishing for large trout available in Montana, in a private and exclusive setting. The Ruby is unique because it is so small it is rarely floated, yet because of its water quality the trout grow large. Many hours can be spent on the Ruby River Ranch casting to rising brown trout without ever seeing another person.
The ranch also has
Located along the banks of one of Montanas greatest fly fishing rivers for over 1 mile, the Yellowstone River Ranch is conveniently placed midway between Yellowstone National Park and the town of Livingston. The property consists of 1,345 diversified acres and is one of the last large ranches left in the valley. As the name suggests, the Yellowstone River forms the western boundary for over 1 mile providing excellent access. The rolling bluffs above the river provide the largest of big sky views with the Gallatin Mountains to the West and the Absaroka Beartooths to the East and glimpses of the Crazy Mountain range to the North. The terrain as well as the recreational pursuits are wide and varied. The river bottom is full of cottonwood trees
5 minutes from the Butte Airport, this nearly 500 ac ranch is the ultimate place to build your dream home. Expansive Mtn & valley views, 3 creeks, borders 1000s of acres of public land. Fully fenced with sub irrigated hay fields & large pastures make it perfect for a small cattle operation or the ideal horse property. Abundant elk, mule deer, moose and more create a hunters dream. In the same family since the 1800s this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own this amazing property.
This unique Silver Star 37+ acre parcel has everything you want to build your dream home. 200 feet of great fishing on the Jefferson River, a rare private boat launch, water rights, year round grazing, dramatic views of the Tobacco Roots, septic approval & no covenants. Perfect for horses. Whitetail, moose, pheasant, waterfowl in your back yard & elk & mule deer, 4 wheeling, hiking and trail riding a minute away, Ten miles to Twin Bridges, 35 to Butte & Dillon & 80 to Bozeman. Wow!
Located 12 miles east of Big Timber, running along 6 miles of the Yellowstone River and north into the foothills, the Hobble Diamond Ranch is a fully improved 1000-plus animal unit ranch. Operating on over 30,000 deeded and leased acres, the ranch boasts exceptional working improvements, 1,250 acres of irrigated cropland, extensive riparian areas along the river and thousands of acres of scenic foothill rangeland. This diversified self-contained operation also produces excess hay and grain to sell as cash crops when market conditions warrant. The owners compound is located in the cottonwoods along the river in a very private setting. It is exquisite with a magnificent owners home, guest cabins and bunkhouse. This offering is the complete pa
The Dome Mountain Ranch is one of the most famous ranches in southwest Montana, and deservedly so. Set beautifully in the midst of the wild country of southern Paradise Valley, the approximately 5,366 deeded acre (plus an additional 470± State lease acres and 508± BLM lease acres) ranch is bordered on one side by 6.3± accessible miles of the Yellowstone River providing some of the finest wild trout fishing in the world. On two sides the ranch is bordered by public land that stretches to the 932,000 acre Absaroka/Beartooth Wilderness which is bordered by Yellowstone National Park and extends south beyond Jackson, Wyoming encompassing an estimated twenty million acres of some of the most beautiful and wild country in the
Miller Lake Ranch represents a unique opportunity to effectively own your own national park. This 10,000 acre alpine ranch includes the tops of two 10,000-foot-tall granite peaks and miles of the Continental Divide. Rock ridges loom 1,500 feet above the timber, lakes and creek of this dead-end mountain valley. Privacy is here in the extreme. Wolves, bears, elk, deer, sheep and moose all summer here. Cutthroat trout fill the lake. Winter is deep in snow and pristine. Yet, for all its seclusion, the Miller Lake Ranch is located surprisingly close to airports, interstate, towns, hospitals and supplies.
10,598 deeded acres
City of Anaconda -- 14 miles
Commercial air service -- 26 miles
Mill Creek -- 6.7 miles of creek on the ranc
735 acres M/L of undeveloped land in the beautiful Montana Gallatin Valley. Located in the foothills in the shadows of the Bridger Mountains and overlooking the valley, this property offers endless possibilities without covenants to the new owners hunting, equestrian opportunities, cross country skiing, hiking, ranching/farming, land development or conservation easementall within minutes of downtown Bozeman, Yellowstone National Park & Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport.
The terrain is a combination of hills, brushy draws, rolling grasslands and fields currently used to raise wheat and barley. There are numerous springs providing creeks, ponds and water for livestock and wild game. Large numbers of whitetail deer, pheasants and
Located 20 miles north of Big Timber, this primarily deeded 9,000 acre ranch features stunning views of the Crazy and Absaroka mountains, a 350 acre private lake, and over 6.5 miles of Sweetgrass Creek, one of the areas major trout fisheries. A well-balanced 300 animal unit operating ranch with 292 acres currently being irrigated, an extensive riparian corridor and strong upland pastures, the Crazy Waters Ranch offers a synergistic blend of recreation and production. Wildlife on the ranch covers a broad spectrum and includes whitetail and mule deer, sharptail and sage grouse, pheasant, Hungarian partridge, antelope, turkey, sandhill cranes and raptors not to mention the extensive waterfowl populations that grace the lake, ponds and streams
Located 10 miles south of Livingston on the east side of the appropriately named Paradise Valley, the 1,750 acre all-deeded Dancing Wind Ranch occupies the prime location in the lushest and most beautiful section of the valley. It essentially runs from just off the main north/south highway at an elevation of 4,800 feet, where the operating headquarters and 495 acres of meadows are located, to the Absaroka- Beartooth Wilderness boundary at over 6,700 feet. The ranch lies between the Deep Creek and Pine Creek valleys and encompasses the entire Pool Creek valley from the point that it exits the national forest. The headquarters area includes two attractive homes, a shop, helicopter storage, calving barn and corrals that support the entirely se
is ranch is located 18 miles south of Ennis, Montana along the Madison River, just 40 miles south of Yellowstone National Park. It has two spring creeks with several private, developed fishing ponds on them. This is a working cattle ranch that has had great stewardship and pride of ownership from the family that has owned it for the past 50 plus years. The ranch consists of approximately 4,111 acres of which 3,377 acres are deeded with the balance being state and BLM leases. The ranch is known for the reputable Angus cattle and quarter horses that it has raised. The land varies from irrigated and sub irrigated river bottom meadows to irrigated and dry land benches that are used for hay production and grazing. A two mile landing strip
The Walsh Ranch is located about 18 miles south of Ennis and fronts the Upper Madison River for about three miles. This area of the Madison is one of the most revered water resource in Montana. It seems that every major sporting publication in America has highlighted this area of the river with fish counts indicating 2500 to 3000 Brown and Rainbow Trout per mile. And for friends and family there are several private spring fed fishing ponds. Water is abundant and there are a long list of water rights included in the sale. Improvements are highlighted by a spacious owners home with dramatic views of the Madison Mountains and a beautiful Red Horse Barn (36 x 100) built in the early 1900s. This is a first time offering since the early 1950s.
This 714 +/- acres is comprised of highly productive farm ground under pivot irrigation, beautiful riparian acreage along the Jefferson River with mature hardwoods and willows, irrigated and sub-irrigated pasture, and a whole private spring creek system originating at the south end of the property running through the ranchs entirety to its confluence with the Jefferson River.
Hundreds of elk call this 8,582 acre (5,022 deeded) ranch home year round. From its timbered foothills setting in the Helena National Forests Big Belt Mountains, the ranch overlooks its own irrigated hayfields and the nearby 26 mile-long Canyon Ferry Reservoir. Townsend is visible 15 miles away by state highway. Helena and Bozeman are 45- and 75-minute drives respectively. A main home and two newly rebuilt cabins comprise the improvements.Helena and Bozeman are 45- and 75-minute drives respectively. A large newer custom home shares this mountain setting and view, and a second home and two small newly rebuilt cabins complete the improvements.
5,022 deeded acres
114 irrigated acres
3,560 acres leased (3,400 BLM, 160 State of Montan
Nestled against the Absaroka Wilderness, Strawberry Creek Ranch consists of 1,061 deeded acres on Paradise Valleys coveted and spectacularly beautiful east slope just 13 paved miles south of Livingston. This extremely private, all-deeded ranch borders a remote stretch of national forest and is a mecca for wildlife including elk, deer, bear and mountain lion. It lies between Strawberry Creek and MacDonald Creek, two scenic mountain streams that flow out of the wilderness area. The ranch is anchored by 126 acres of irrigated meadows and a building compound that includes a circa 1881 fully remodeled two-story home, and multiple well-maintained and useful historic outbuildings. Further embellishing this compound is a nearly new two-story 4,586
McLeod, Montana's Burnt Leather Ranch has historically been comprised of several parts that worked together to form a well balanced and recreationally diverse Montana ranch. We are privileged to offer for sale what is referred to by the ranch owner as the ‘Old Steen Place’. The Steen Place portion of the ranch includes the headquarters of the Burnt Leather Ranch as well as it’s most valuable recreational resources. This is the portion for which the Burnt Leather is famous, primarily because of the over 2 miles of both sides of the West Boulder River which flows through the Montana ranch providing one of the most scenic and prolific stretches of water on which to catch trout in the lower 48 states.
Burnt Leather Ranch in M
West Fork Ranch is found at the end of the road, in a very private drainage, just seven miles west of Big Timber, MT. The main and west forks of Little Timber Creek converge on the ranch as they flow toward the Yellowstone River, which forms the ranchs southern boundary. To the northwest, the ranch enjoys dramatic, protected views of the often snow-capped Crazy Mountains. This 2,764 deeded acre ranch is teeming with fish and wildlife, including resident elk through much of the fall season, and ever-present mule deer, whitetail deer, and antelope. Waterfowl, wild turkey, and Hungarian partridge are numerous, and the Yellowstone River and lower Little Timber Creek offer excellent trout fishing. The ranch is exceptionally well equipped for a s
Timber Creek Ranch represents an unusual opportunity to own both a significant fly fishing property and a wilderness ranch. Its 302 acres lie within the Beaverhead National Forest, nestled into a valley between the Snowcrest Range and the Gravelly Range. The ranch encompass over 2 miles of a spring creek like section of the Ruby River 26 miles south of Alder. Nearly one third of the ranch is irrigated and the balance is a pleasing mix of riparian corridor, native range, and pine and aspen groves. Most of the buildings were designed by Don McLaughlin, and the main ranch compound and guest house are historically accurate and rendered in exquisite taste in a beautiful setting as is the main house which is a very comfortable and more contempora
Located just east of Lima, the River Valley Ranch not only offers the perfect location for outdoor activities including some of the best fishing and hunting around, but also offers an established location to run your ranching operation. Combined with the beautiful location, and several amenities, the River Valley Ranch is the perfect place to call home.
Emigrant Peak is known as the Crown Jewel of Montanas Paradise Valley and Twilight Peak Ranch basks in its reflected glory. Looking out from the deck of the residence to the peaks 10,915-foot summit, one will see a living montage of elk, deer, aspen, and pine. Twilight Peak Ranch, owned by world-renowned underwater photographer Al Giddings, includes 2,954 acres (689 deeded and 2,265 State of Montana and BLM lease) and has offered inspiration and solitude for its owner over the last 33 years. Sheltered strategically by thick stands of aspen and fir, the 5,500 sq. ft. main residence, 6,000 sq. ft. log lodge and two guest cabins ensure plenty of room for family and friends. All the structures are sited alongside a trout-rich lake and a series
Nestled against the Madison Range and sitting 750 feet above the Madison River Valley floor sits the Shedhorn Ranch. The awe-inspiring 360-degree views of the surrounding mountain ranges and Madison River Valley literally take your breath away. The ranch encompasses 95 majestic acres and boasts a 5 bedroom, 5 bathroom, 7,500 SF custom-built log home; nothing like you have ever seen before. Located just 15 minutes from Ennis, Montana the property location is hard to beat for recreational enthusiasts. Fish the small stream of Jack Creek on the property, or drive less than 10 minutes to the famous Madison River for the current hatch. Winter and ski enthusiast will also not be disappointed, as the ranch is being sold with private access up Jack
This property has very few improvements. The property is remote so, it makes sense to have a place for someone to stay whether irrigating or checking the cattle. The corrals are setup for loading and unloading or sorting and weighing cattle. All fences and corrals are in great working order. Antelope Peak Ranch is currently being used for cow/calf operation by the current owners.
The property is modestly improved. Some stock water tanks are located on the property to raise the number of opportunities for cattle to water. A nice set of corrals are located on the lower portion of the ranch and make for easy gathering of cattle and loading trucks. Power and phone are located at the cabin.
Mountainous rolling big sky native country with many beautiful scattered pine and fir trees. Pristine meadows where elk and deer abound. Outstanding scenery and beautiful building sites with the Bitterroot mountains and snow caps to the west. BLM land to the south and north. A approximately 70,000 acre Plum Creek timbered tract adjoining to the east, northeast, and southeast.
Eight Mile Creek runs parallel to Eight Mile Creek Road on the south side and three small streams flow out of the north side of the property down into the creek. The south side middle tract of 63.62 acres has a water well and bridge over Eight Mile Creek. The 69.55 acre tract also has a water well. The 48.78 acre tract will also have a bridge.
All water rights and su
Situated minutes from the city of Bozeman in the scenic Gallatin Valley of southwest Montana, the East Gallatin River Retreat represents an extremely rare offering that is seldom found in this particular area of the Treasure State. Consisting of 230 deeded acres of recreational and agricultural land, the property is home to whitetail deer, pheasant, Hungarian partridge and diverse waterfowl. It borders both sides of the trout-filled East Gallatin River for approximately 1.5 miles. Fertile soils on the property and one of the earliest water rights in the Gallatin Valley facilitate grain and hay production. The property is unimproved, save for a cluster of older buildings, however there are many stunning homesites, any of which would enjoy dr
Hyalite Creek farm is a very unique property situated in the thriving Gallatin Valley of Southwest Montana. This productive, irrigated farmland is located on the edge of current valley development. Its potential for development is undeniable. Hyalite Crick meanders through this property for almost a mile providing fishing opportunities and a source for irrigation. The land is in two non-contiguous parcels each with its own distinctive characteristics. Current crops include wheat, hay and corn. There are numerous building sites for the buyer who desires to own a farm with potential for future development. Contact listing agent for more information and/or a private tour.
Mike GermannMossy Oak Properties of Montana - Gallatin
Encompassing 3832 total acres, with ? 3192 deeded acres and approximately 220 acres of flood irrigated land\. the Saddle Ridge Ranch lies eight miles northeast of Big Timber, Montana. The ranch captures breathtaking views of the Crazy Mountains to the west as well as the Absaroka-Beartooth Range to the south. Varied terrain on the ranch, including nine springs , provides excellent habit for the abundant Elk ,mule deer,whitetail deer, antelope, and upland game bird population, including Turkeys, Pheasants Ducks and Geese to name a few. Sweet Grass Creek meanders through the eastern portion of the ranch for three miles. In addition to the recreational opportunities, the Saddle Ridge Ranch is located just minutes from fishing on the Yellow
Mike GermannMossy Oak Properties of Montana - Gallatin
Elk Creek Ranch - Bozeman, MT: Located just 20 minutes west of Bozeman, MT with easy access to Big Sky Resort and just a few miles from the Madison River, Elk Creek Ranchs 1,166.70 acres make up a strong agricultural base with excellent recreational opportunities. Elk Creek traverses the property for 2.9 miles, offering a small stream amenity and an irrigation source. The wetlands, grain and alfalfa attract deer, elk, upland game birds, waterfowl and a wide variety of other wildlife. The ranch has limited structural improvements and offers many private building sites for a new home or ranch compound, all with outstanding views of the nearby mountain peaks.