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Westridge Ranch Lot 156

45 County Rd N8579, Concho, Arizona 85924

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38Acres
Beautiful remote rural property. Approximately 4 miles of unimproved road from Concho Highway. Stunning views with Juniper and Pinion trees all over the property. Cool summers, mild winters make this an ideal place for year round get-away. Boarders State Trust Land.
$52,000

Westridge Ranch Lot 156

45 County Rd N8579, Concho, Arizona 85924
38Acres
Beautiful remote rural property. Approximately 4 miles of unimproved road from Concho Highway. Stunning views with Juniper and Pinion trees all over the property. Cool summers, mild winters make this an ideal place for year round get-away. Boarders State Trust Land.
$52,000

Westridge Ranch Lot 156

45 County Rd N8579, Concho, Arizona 85924
$52,000

TBD County Road 136, Hesperus, CO 81326

TBD County Road 136, Hesperus, Colorado 81326

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499,000Acres
Bragg Draw Ranch consists of 603 acres with No covenants, No HOA, and No Conservation Easement. Owner financing terms available with 25% down. Bordering Longhollow Reservoir to the north, and thousands of acres of Southern Ute Indian Land to the south, this acreage is very private and covered up with all kinds of wildlife.
 

TBD County Road 136, Hesperus, CO 81326

TBD County Road 136, Hesperus, Colorado 81326
499,000Acres
Bragg Draw Ranch consists of 603 acres with No covenants, No HOA, and No Conservation Easement. Owner financing terms available with 25% down. Bordering Longhollow Reservoir to the north, and thousands of acres of Southern Ute Indian Land to the south, this acreage is very private and covered up with all kinds of wildlife.

TBD County Road 136, Hesperus, CO 81326

TBD County Road 136, Hesperus, Colorado 81326
 

Oklahoma, Pushmataha County, 14.41 Acre

Lot 75 Eagle’s Nest, Clayton, Oklahoma 74536

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14.41Acres
Eagle’s Nest,Lot 7514.41 AcreEagle's Nest Ranch is a beautiful property located within the rolling hills north of Clayton, Oklahoma. With Sardis Lake located just a short drive away, this property is the perfect location for those who enjoy one of the best fishing areas in Southeastern Oklahoma. Eagle's Nest Ranch offers small clearings of land as well as areas dense with trees.
$59,993

Oklahoma, Pushmataha County, 14.41 Acre

Lot 75 Eagle’s Nest, Clayton, Oklahoma 74536
14.41Acres
Eagle’s Nest,Lot 7514.41 AcreEagle's Nest Ranch is a beautiful property located within the rolling hills north of Clayton, Oklahoma. With Sardis Lake located just a short drive away, this property is the perfect location for those who enjoy one of the best fishing areas in Southeastern Oklahoma. Eagle's Nest Ranch offers small clearings of land as well as areas dense with trees.
$59,993

Oklahoma, Pushmataha County, 14.41 Acre

Lot 75 Eagle’s Nest, Clayton, Oklahoma 74536
$59,993

Valley Springs Ranch

Delta, Colorado 81416

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250Acres
Welcome to the Valley Springs Ranch, a compelling sporting retreat along the banks of the Gunnison River. The property offers 250 acres of prime hunting and fishing habitat with 0.9 miles of Gunnison River frontage, approximately 1.5 miles of Tongue Creek frontage, several springs, and water rights.
$1,800,000

Valley Springs Ranch

Delta, Colorado 81416
250Acres
Welcome to the Valley Springs Ranch, a compelling sporting retreat along the banks of the Gunnison River. The property offers 250 acres of prime hunting and fishing habitat with 0.9 miles of Gunnison River frontage, approximately 1.5 miles of Tongue Creek frontage, several springs, and water rights.
$1,800,000

Valley Springs Ranch

Delta, Colorado 81416
$1,800,000

Moore Ranch

2653 Briggs Rd, Killeen, Texas 76549

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73.55Acres
Moore Ranch in Bell County is located just 8 miles outside of Briggs, Texas. This property is 20 minutes from Killeen and about an hour from all the recreational opportunities available in downtown Austin. These 73 acres of raw land have frontage on Briggs Road, making it very accessible.
 

Moore Ranch

2653 Briggs Rd, Killeen, Texas 76549
73.55Acres
Moore Ranch in Bell County is located just 8 miles outside of Briggs, Texas. This property is 20 minutes from Killeen and about an hour from all the recreational opportunities available in downtown Austin. These 73 acres of raw land have frontage on Briggs Road, making it very accessible.

Moore Ranch

2653 Briggs Rd, Killeen, Texas 76549
 

Wilke Ranch South - Cattle Ranch, Grazing, Deeded Acreage

Wilke Ranch - South 4960+/- Acres, Dodson, 59524

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4,960Acres
On any ranch water is a necessity, and on years like this a ranch that is well watered is worth its weight in gold. The South Wilke Ranch, 13+/- miles south of Dodson, MT is just that, with a combination of wells, waterline and reservoirs holding water as of August 2021, the cows that reside here are sure to have clean water, and plenty of it, in multiple locations.
$1,995,000

Wilke Ranch South - Cattle Ranch, Grazing, Deeded Acreage

Wilke Ranch - South 4960+/- Acres, Dodson, 59524
4,960Acres
On any ranch water is a necessity, and on years like this a ranch that is well watered is worth its weight in gold. The South Wilke Ranch, 13+/- miles south of Dodson, MT is just that, with a combination of wells, waterline and reservoirs holding water as of August 2021, the cows that reside here are sure to have clean water, and plenty of it, in multiple locations.
$1,995,000

Wilke Ranch South - Cattle Ranch, Grazing, Deeded Acreage

Wilke Ranch - South 4960+/- Acres, Dodson, 59524
$1,995,000
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The Best Things About Owning A Ranch

It’s difficult to describe all of the best things about owning a ranch – maybe it’s the legacy you leave, maybe it’s the time you spend with family working on the land. Perhaps it’s a great tax write off or maybe it’s simply a matter of pride of ownership read more…

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Becoming the proud owner of a ranch can provide intangible benefits like quality family time and embracing the beauty of nature. If you choose your property wisely and maintain well-kept land, you will also be able to reach substantial benefits. Choose your property wisely and manage the land carefully, and ranches can provide tangible benefits as well. Well-run working ranches can yield 1 percent to 3 percent of income annually, says Alex Maher, owner of Live Water Properties, a Jackson Hole, Wyo.-based real estate firm that specializes in ranches. “They can more than pay for their expenses and provide returns better than a CD.”

Ranchland can vary greatly by region, as well as factors that directly affect its value. Underlying factors that can affect value include things like supply and demand within the local or regional market, the price of cattle, interest rates for leasing land to graze as well as any number of other economic variables. Also, the price-per-acre of pasture can vary depending on the type of amenities offered and resources that are readily available to aid with cultivation or foraging.

Class-A ranches—those in the best locations, with profitable cattle operations and wildlife habitat—weathered the financial crisis and recovered quickly, says James H. Taylor, managing partner at Hall and Hall, a national ranch and farmland broker. The reasons: rising commodity prices, a limited supply of properties and deep-pocketed owners. “There’s nothing that drives them to sell in a down market,” Taylor says.

If you are looking at purchasing ranch land that is located on streams and rivers, it is a smart move. “There’s tremendous value in owning land, particularly on streams and rivers,” says Paul Slivon, a San Francisco investment advisor who owns a roughly 200- acre ranch near Steamboat, Colo. “There are some places where you can’t get access to that water unless you own it. That’s a big deal. They can build new golf courses, but they can’t build new rivers.”

If you are unaware of what you’re getting yourself into, owning a ranch can turn into a tedious, time-consuming and costly responsibility. LandHub.com is here to help you every step of the way during the process of purchasing a ranch. We are pleased that you have chosen our platform to bring your vision to life. It is our hope that you find the ranch that you have always dreamed of.

Ranches Frequently Asked Questions

Ranches signify the wilderness of America. The beauty of the rolling grasslands, the breathtaking mountain views, the calming river are some of the reasons why people buy ranches. There are many benefits of owning a ranch such as the scenic beauty of nature and uninterrupted time with family.

How expensive is a Ranch?

The thought of owning a ranch can be daunting and exciting at the same time. Along with the rewards that come your way, a ton of responsibilities also appears. The cost of a ranch depends on the acreage and location. Usually, ranches are affordable depending on how many acres of land you want to buy. Prices can vary from thousands to millions of dollars.

What is the cost of a working ranch?

Such types of ranches are generally used for agricultural purposes like ranching livestock or growing agricultural produce. The cost for this purpose would depend on the number of livestock you want to purchase. Further, the cost for their feed is also to be incurred. Costs are also incurred to keep the land in usable condition. For all this work, you need to hire a team of experienced people. The team will help you in operating and building facilities for the livestock. The team will also help you in keeping the surroundings clean so that you and your family can live there.

What is the cost of recreational ranching?

The cost of maintaining and developing a ranch for recreation depends on its use. Such places require constant upkeep and maintenance. Again, you may need a team to achieve top-notch facilities. The aim of such ranches is to provide all sorts of amenities.

Why should one buy a ranch?

Owning a ranch taps into the desire for freedom and space. Owning a ranch has become very popular in recent times. People grow food products on their ranch and sell them in the nearby markets. This can turn out to be a great investment option.

What are the tax considerations when buying a ranch?

It is advisable to check with your tax advisor before purchasing any property. Taxes levied on ranches depend upon how the owner intends to use the ranch. Ranch owners often will just say that the property is only an investment. However, the owner needs to be more specific as to how the property would be used. For example, is it going to be your second home? Will the property be used for ranching activities? Is the property going to be rented to tenants for residential or agricultural purposes? The answers to these questions will play a key role in the determination of the income tax that is to be paid. It will also underline the exemptions that an owner can enjoy.

Is it profitable to build dude ranches/guest ranches?

Guest ranches have gained a lot of popularity in the recent past. Guest ranches have become a popular vacation destination for Americans. Although starting a dude ranch is capital intensive, there is a myriad of reasons to go through with the idea of constructing it. Some of the benefits are rewarding lifestyle, strong demand, and the possibility for great returns. Such ranches provide various activities like swimming, outdoor barbeques, horse-back riding, tennis, mountain bike, hiking and ATV trails, and other sports activities. Such resorts need promoting and advertising. This increases the initial cost of getting into this business.

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