Wolf Mountain Ranch

The Wolf Mountain Ranch is truly a western big-game hunter’s paradise situated in an incredibly scenic mountain setting. The property is comprised of approximately 9,280 deeded acres, located in the heart of the Little Wolf Mountains in southeastern Montana.

Six Shooter Ranch

At over 36,000 contiguous deeded acres, Six Shooter Ranch is a vast and beautiful intermountain hunting/recreation/wilderness property located just a short drive from the renowned charm and sophistication of Bend, Oregon.

JE Canyon Ranch

With over 46,700 deeded acres, the JE Canyon Ranch represents one of Colorado’s largest private ranches and wildlife preserves on the market today. Situated in southeastern Colorado’s canyon country, the property includes unique red rock canyons that rival those in southern Utah.

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Ranches for Sale: A Laidback Kind of Luxury that Celebrities Love

Aside from the picturesque landscapes, recreational ranches for sale in and around the state come with luxurious residences, improvements, and outdoor features that you can pricelessly enjoy. Lauren’s property, for instance, has furnished cabins and a “pool, which reflects the faraway mountainscape … located just off the main lodge … accompanied by a gym.” Homes in these acreage estates are typically spacious and even lavish in design and furnishings. Plus, although these types of ranches may seem isolated for the owner’s privacy, nearby resorts and airports are accessible.

Friday, December 12, 2014

Why Ranches for Sale in Utah are In-Demand and Profitable

These data are the main factors why farms and cattle ranches for sale in Utah don’t normally sit on listings for long. Having fertile soil and ideal grazing lands, the state produces billions worth of quality crops and livestock, which also benefit the farm or ranch owners. Of course, farmers and ranchers diligently maintain soil and livestock health by employing practices that protect the quality of the lands, plantings, and forage. For instance, some farmers use diverse cover crops that retain the necessary soil nutrients and moisture and help prevent erosion. Observing the recommended planting dates and harvests also achieves the same. Cattle, calves, and other farm animals are fed accordingly as well, and safeguarded from diseases.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Agricultural Diversity: Oregon Ranches for Sale Have It All

The Beaver State is a leading producer of hops, peppermint, spearmint, snap beans, boysenberries, and youngberries. The state’s top three cash crops of the state are hazelnuts, hay, and wheat. In any case, it pays to keep in mind valuable information about Oregon’s agricultural sector before talking to a real estate broker. Oregon has three well-defined growing areas: the Oregon coast, Eastern and Southern Oregon, and the Willamette Valley. The state has very dry summers, so the state is heavily reliant on irrigation during the warmer months. Almost 78 percent of Oregon’s water usage goes to farm irrigation—that’s significantly more than the average national usage, which stands at 40 percent.