Situated north of Buffalo, Wyoming, the Ranch is comprised of 12,388± total acres, of which 9,986± are deeded. This unique opportunity would allow a large-scale agricultural producer to put a large block of land into serious agricultural production. With over 4,000 acres of adjudicated irrigation rights in combination with Lake DeSmet storage rights - 62,000± acre feet of water rights, the irrigation potential on the Ranch is astounding. With over one-billion tons of estimated coal reserves underlying the property, in combination with the Lake DeSmet water rights, M&M Ranch has been identified by reputable energy companies as one of the best places in the world to construct a coal conversion facility. The Ranch and the minerals remain largely undeveloped presenting a new owner t
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Overlooking rolling fields and pastures and punctuated with stunning vistas of the Gallatin and Madison mountain ranges, Hill Farm represents a prime opportunity to own productive farm ground in the desirable Gallatin Valley. This 717± deeded acre farm is conveniently located outside the small, agricultural-based community of Churchill, Montana and within a comfortable 20-minute drive of the dynamic city of Bozeman.
With good water rights from the High Line Canal, this private well-maintained Farm will provide the next owner with productive ground to run either as a farm and livestock operation or as a supplement to a larger agricultural operation.
Mike Swan was honored to be invited to speak at The Seminar Group’s Buying and Selling Ranches in Montana. The two-day seminar in Helena, Montana on March 3oth and 31st addressed unique issues faced by sellers and buyers of agricultural assets in Montana. Anyone involved in the agricultural marketplace, whether they be owners, realtors, lenders, attorneys and other advisors, need to be up to speed on the latest issues to achieve their goals.
Buyer Represented by Stephen Leibinger of Swan Land Company. Situated on 30 acres, this 8,524 square foot stately log-style home takes full advantage of the magnificent scenery surrounding it. Located in the prestigious Bridger Canyon just east of Bozeman, this horse property enjoys spectacular views of the Bridger Mountains.
Written by Jim McFerson – Director, WSU Research & Extension Center; Professor of Horticulture
Agriculture in the Northwest is not only prepared to embrace innovation and emerging technologies, but is often setting the pace nationally.
Thom Ranch is the backdrop of Buffalo, Wyoming. With a balanced agricultural operation, magnificent views, abundant wildlife and live water - Thom Ranch has it all. The Ranch, with 5,588± total acres of which 5,175± acres are deeded, is rated at 250 animal units (AU).
The varied topography consists of irrigated meadows, rolling hills, mountainous terrain, rock outcroppings, ponderosa pines and aspens, creating a prime habitat for the abundant wildlife. Trophy elk, black bear, mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, and upland birds take advantage of this ideal wildlife habitat. Clear Creek, which meanders through the Ranch for approximately 3/4 miles, offers excellent fishing for rainbow and brown trout.
Located 25 minutes south of the Santa Fe Plaza along the northern rim of New Mexico’s famed Galisteo Basin, Flywheel Ranch is a landscape of forested hills, sandstone escarpments and lush savannah grasslands.
Among the largest ranch offerings available in today’s active northern New Mexico real estate market, the Ranch encompasses approximately 5,324 deeded acres with an addition 1,280 acres of state land for recreational and agricultural use.
Montana has an expansive land mass and a wild-west history to match. As the 4th largest state in our union the scenery transforms from its eastern plains into vast mountain ranges as one travels westward. Nicknamed “Big Sky Country” for its sweeping views, it is also nicknamed the “Treasure State” due to the state’s resources in it gold, silver, copper, oil and coal. Early settlers were attracted to its mining and agricultural opportunities. Conflicts and battles arose when native American Indians were encroached upon by white settlers. The Homestead Act of 1862 further solidified the white man’s presence offering free land to settlers if they indeed “up proved” 160 allotted acres. This was a challenging feat in the arid climate. Soon the railroad made its appearance.
Listing Broker Sam Sanders, based in Salt Lake City represented the Seller of Thompson Ranch, a beautiful recreational and agricultural Utah ranch. Located four miles north of the historic town of Boulder, Utah, this small cattle Ranch offers captivating vistas in every direction. This undisturbed beauty will remain intact as it is bounded on three sides by the immense Dixie National Forest. This 165-acre showplace offers immaculate landscaping surrounding the main residence, guest house, spa building and outbuildings. Although the Ranch is uniquely functional as a summer cattle operation, its natural serenity and beauty provides a perfect haven for all who visit this ideal retreat.