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.

Friday, January 30, 2015

Wyoming Ranches For Sale—3 Tips to Protect Against Cattle Rustling

For some people, hearing the words ‘cattle rustling’ can conjure up thoughts of old Spaghetti Western movies where bandana-clad cowboys gather a cow herd and drive them to a distant and discreet location. Cattle rustling is something that rarely happens in movies today, which may lead most people to believe that it’s something that no longer happens in real life. Unfortunately, the reality is not that simple. According to a recent Washington Times article, there have been reports that claim cattle rustling is on the rise in Wyoming. Unfortunately, ranchers are not immune from the crime. As a ranch owner, or someone who’s interested in purchasing Wyoming ranches for sale, you must remain vigilant and implement certain measures to protect your investment from cattle rustling. Here are a few tips to reduce the potential of becoming a victim of this dastardly act.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Wyoming Ranches for Sale: The Process of Planning for Drought Season

Western states, in particular, must be up on their toes in order to appropriately respond to a situation like that. With California already experiencing the worst drought in its history, other Western states like Wyoming are also being warned to take precautions in order to mitigate the consequences the Western drought may bring. This is especially important because according to Leon Szeptycki, executive director of Water in the West, the phenomenon has every chance of increasing in frequency and severity. Szeptycki’s group is currently collaborating with other researchers to help the region deal with its growing water scarcity issues.