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5,235 acres Heppner, OR Auction - Aug 20, 2014 at 5:00 PM

5,235 acres Heppner, OR

Morrow County Colleen Cowan Realty Marketing/Northwest

20 days until auction

Type: Acreage

EASTERN OREGON ELK HUNTING, RECREATION AND TIMBER PROPERTY Wilson Creek - 5,235 Acres Morrow County, Oregon Strategic location at gateway to the Blue Mountains next to Umatilla National Forest and within a three-hour drive of Portland. Spectacular meadows along Wilson Creek and Caplinger Creeks, with new cabin. Well-stocked stands of Ponderosa pine and Douglas-fir, providing long-term forestry investment. PUBLISHED RESERVE PRICE: $2,250,000 / $430 per acre

37,352 acres Pilot Rock, OR $29,000,000

37,352 acres Pilot Rock, OR

Umatilla County Garrett Zoller Land and Wildlife

Type: Acreage

Multi Use - Pilot Rock, OR

36,015 acres Mitchell, OR $26,500,000

36,015 acres Mitchell, OR

Wheeler County Ken Mirr Mirr Ranch Group

Type: Acreage w/House

At 36,000+ contiguous deeded acres, Six Shooter Ranch is a vast and beautiful intermountain hunting/recreation/wilderness property just a short drive from the renowned charm and sophistication of Bend. Current ownership has painstakingly cared for, managed and improved the wildlife, water, timber and rangeland resources; the results are evident and impressive. Encompassing two very distinct ecosystems (the elevation extends from 2,850 to 5,900 feet above sea level), the landscape is stunning in range and scope. With its diversity of terrain, and its abundance of food, cover and water (70+ developed springs, creeks and lakes, some with fantastic fishing), Six Shooter Ranch provides ideal year-round habitat and sanctuary for extraordinary numbers of wild animals including trophy-quality elk and mule deer. Listed in cooperation with Jones Lang LaSalle Brokerage, Inc. and exclusively marketed by Mirr Ranch Group, LLC.

72,000 acres Post, OR $19,900,000

72,000 acres Post, OR

Crook County Bart Miller Mason Morse Ranch Company

Type: Acreage w/House

The 72,000 acre Gutierrez Cattle Company is one of Oregons premiere large cattle operations. From the magnificent deep timber covered canyons of the North Fork of the Crooked River, to the hayfields and lakes of the Rabbit Valley, including all the big country in between, the ranch reflects the pride of ownership and the touch of a cattlemans vision. The ranch not only has the feel of a large successful cattle operation, it is one and after spending just a few minutes on the ground, a visitor wants to see it all. Located an easy 85 east miles of the Bend/Redmond area, the ranch consists of 21,529 deeded acres, plus another 50,000 acres of Ochoco National Forest and BLM grazing permits. The ranch is steeped in the history of Central Oregon with battles raging across the landscape between the cavalry led by General Cook, the famous Indian fighter and the Indians led by Chief Paulina. There were sheep and cattleman wars and various local outlaws drifted through the country. Of course history and lore are but a part of the package. The real picture is the ranch itself and its ability to produce quality cattle and the feed to raise them. Owner rated at 2,400 Animal Units with 2,300 acres of pivots and flood irrigated fields complemented by seven lakes of various sizes and 9 irrigation wells, the Gutierrez Cattle Company is hands down a powerful cattle operation. It has been managed for the last 23 years by quality onsite and supporting agricultural financial management and the product reflects it. RANCH OPERATIONS The ranch is operated as a working cattle ranch with an owner rated carrying capacity of 2,400 Animal Units. Currently the ranch has approximately 2,200 breeding females including replacement heifers, in addition to bulls and saddle horses. The productive irrigated lands produce over 6,000 tons of hay in a typical year, with the pivots grazed after the hay has been taken off. Historically, the ranch has been run as a cow/calf operation, utilizing the 71,529 acres for grazing and hay production. The calves typically average 600 pounds at weaning. However, for the stocker operator with very little effort, the ranch could be converted to run yearlings with gains estimated to be 300 to 350 pounds. The ranch is fenced and cross fenced into many pastures and the management has had the focus to maintain the range in quality condition, allowing plenty of feed for livestock and wildlife alike. The privacy of the ranch is unmatched with approximately 28,000 acres behind locked gates and holds some of the best habitat in the Crooked River drainage. The grazing permits are literally out the back door on the north end of the ranch. The ranch has irrigated and sub-irrigated pastures and meadows and approximately eight upland grazing pastures. The numerous pastures allow for rotational grazing. Conservation stewardship practices have been aggressively employed to enhance livestock production and wildlife habitat. There are 11 pivots of which eight are fenced, providing additional summer and fall grazing after the hay has been harvested. Nearly every pasture has live water from creeks or springs and additional water improvements include year-round creeks, developed springs and 15 ponds. In the early 1990s a timber cruise done on the North Fork of the Crooked River parcels reflected over 1,200,000 board feet of merchantable timber at that time. This, plus current estimates for timber in the Paulina Creek drainage and other areas of the ranch, bring the total to an estimated 2,000,000 board feet. IMPROVEMENTS Two sets of working corrals are thoughtfully designed and very functional with hydraulic squeeze and electronic scales. The interior roads easily access most parts of the ranch and are well maintained. Other improvements include: Managers Home: Approximately 3,000 square feet, four bedrooms, two and one-half baths on two levels. Guest Home: Approximately 3,200 square feet, five bedrooms, three and one-half baths on two levels. Additional Homes: Three other smaller homes in ranch headquarters area and a home in the upper Rabbit Valley overlooking the lake. Machine Shed: 30 X 110, six bays, walk-in freezer and cooler plus a small comfortable cowboy apartment. Machine Shed/Shop: 42 X 95, five bays with enclosed shop. Indoor Riding Arena: 60 X 96 HUNTING AND RECREATION The Gutierrez Cattle Company is recognized as a leading producer in the cattle industry. It is every bit as well known for its hunting, fishing and general recreation. There are seven elk tags and seven buck tags available to the ranch each year, plus additional permits can be applied for. With the opportunity to take bull elk that can score in the 350 plus range and mule deer that can score in the 170 to 200 class, the ranch is a big game hunters dream. At times the elk herd can number over 800 head. It is not unusual to see 200-300 head of antelope and several head of mule deer when driving through the area of the ranch known as Rabbit Valley. The wing shooting is as good as it gets in Central Oregon with multiple species of ducks and geese, quail and even a few chukars. For the fisherman there are three miles of South Fork of the Crooked River and two and one-half miles of the North Fork of the Crooked River. There is also a 600 acre lake in Rabbit Valley and Fish Lake, closer to the headquarters, is 30 acres and 40 deep. For the recreationist there are great areas for hiking and 4-wheeling plus the opportunity for bird watching is endless with as many as 100 different kinds of birds. All this hunting, fishing and recreation is without ever leaving the ranch!

2,734 acres Gold Beach, OR $16,750,000

2,734 acres Gold Beach, OR

Curry County Brad Schaffer Land & Wildlife

Type: Acreage w/House

The Golden Gate property provides the owner with the ability to own 2734 of Developable & Timbered Acres with a Destination Resort Overlay. The views are spectacular featuring the Pacific Ocean & infamous Rogue River. This land is situated in the Rogue River Valley offering World Class Salmon Fishing, Boating and Rafting.. a true recreational paradise! The property is completely closed off from the public, so it has provided a haven to big game including several resident herds of Elk and Deer (LOP Tags). The current owner has developed several large meadows for the wildlife and has planted the feed plot meadows to provide a protected and stable feed source. There is a partition approval for 15 Parcels including house pads with upgraded and manicured road infrastructure. Many of the home sites have developed infrastructure with drilled wells, septic and electric conduits, while other sites have deliberately been left with only the developed home site pad to allow for the future development of solar and wind generation for the power, and springs for the water source. The recent Timber Cruise was estimated at 34+ Million Board Feet of Merchantable Timber with 8%-12% growth per year. Stuntzer Forestry Engineering projects 3.5-4 MBF per year of sustainable harvest and at current timber prices, they estimate the property could generate a gross income of $1,220,000 per year under proper timber management.

3,670 acres Medford, OR $14,000,000

3,670 acres Medford, OR

Jackson County Tom Harrison Oregon Opportunities Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 2100 SqFt

CROWN JEWEL! 3,670+/- acres with 3 current dwellings, barns & outbuildings and potential for additional homesites. Beautiful east side setting within 20 minutes to Medford, Regional hospitals & all city amenities where Rogue Valley outdoor & cultural opportunities abound. Also close to Jackson County International Airport. Seller estimates 4 million BF of merchantable timber. Includes irrigation rights for 63 +/- acres & large multiple acre lake.

2,514 acres Fort Klamath, OR $13,500,000

2,514 acres Fort Klamath, OR

Klamath County Linda Long, Principal Broker/Owner Crater Lake Realty, Inc.

Type: Acreage w/House 5 Beds | 3 Baths | 3476 SqFt

HISTORIC WOOD RIVER VALLEY RANCH own the heart of this picturesque, productive valley, 2514 acres gravity flow irrigated pastures with free water and decreed rights. Reputation ranch for top gains on 3000 to 4000 yearlings with state of the art steel corrals, scales, hydraulic chute, loading chutemade to efficiently process large numbers of cattle. Large shop with apartment, metal buildings for storage of fuel, feeds, supplies and equipment, Historic barn with huge loft and stalls, freespan steel indoor arena, 2 feed barns. Top this off with two stately homes with garages, 1.5 miles of some of the finest Wood River trophy trout fishing, breathtaking Cascade Mt and Crater Lake Natl Park views minutes away! $13.5 million Don't forget to check out the Visual Tour, and help yourself to a brochure in the Files tab.

32,500 acres Ironside, OR $13,500,000

32,500 acres Ironside, OR

Malheur County Hall and Hall Hall and Hall

Type: Acreage

Owned and operated by the same family for over 80 years, this reputation ranch runs across 32,500+/- contiguous, deeded acres and is highly regarded for it privacy, careful management, extensive grazing resources, and diverse wildlife populations, which include Boone & Crockett caliber elk, deer, and antelope and large numbers of chukar and quail. The ranch ranges in elevation from 2,000 feet at Cow Valley to 6,500 feet atop Juniper Mountain and encompasses a variety of landforms, from deep canyon breaks and expansive native grasslands to rugged highlands with sweeping views of eastern Oregon\'s high desert. Improvements are operational in nature and include staff housing, working facilities, and well-maintained perimeter and interior fencing. Easily accessed year-round via US Highway 26, the ranch is located 35 miles northwest of Vale, Oregon and 1.5 hours northwest of Boise, Idaho.

17,366 acres Fields, OR $13,500,000

17,366 acres Fields, OR

Harney County Fay Ranches Fay Ranches

Type: Acreage w/House

The Trout Creek Ranch for sale in Oregon consists of 17,366 deeded acres with a 267,000 acre BLM permit. The upper acreage is sloping, foothill pasture and the lower acreage is primarily level irrigated hay fields. A total of approximately 3,400 acres are currently being irrigated. Historically, the Trout Creek Ranch has ran up to 2,800 mother cows. The feedlot will accommodate an additional 1,500 calves. In the center of Oregons high desert, between the Steens, Trout Creek, and Pueblo Mountains, sits one of the states largest cattle ranches, Trout Creek Ranch, with 17,366 deeded acres and over 265,000 acres of BLM lease. This BLM Lease offers 18,220 AUMs of grazing. Trout Creek Ranch also offers a large hay base with 3400 acres of meadows and alfalfa hay ground. A combination of surface water and ground water wells irrigate the rich valley floor. Flood irrigation and seven pivots plus wheel lines irrigate the alfalfa. Other improvements include a modern foreman or owners home, originally built in 1994. Two older homes and two apartments, a shop and equipment shed, a large set of working corrals and a feed lot with capacity for 1500 plus head of cattle round out the facilities on this property. The corrals and feedlot are all steel construction. In addition to being an amazing commercial cattle operation, the Trout Creek Ranch is home to some of the Wests largest mule deer bucks.

12,000 acres Canyon City, OR $9,999,000

12,000 acres Canyon City, OR

Grant County M.T. Anderson Crater Lake Realty, Inc.

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 5 Baths | 5800 SqFt

The Inshallah Ranch is known as one of the premier hunting ranches in Oregon. A number of record book elk have been taken on the ranch in the last several years. As a testament to its quality, in 2009, a Pope and Young record book bull scoring 379 was harvested on the ranch. The ranch provides opportunity to take 350-400 class bulls, as well as mature mule deer bucks in the 170-200 class. The ranch receives 6 LOP tags. 12,000 acres of deeded land. 700 acres of irrigated and sub-irrigated meadows. Two USFS grazing permits. The Smoky allotment is for 150 pairs for 4 months, and Lewis Creek on/off permit is for 55 head for 1.5 months (spring or fall use). The ranch has a carrying capacity of 500-600 pairs, replacement heifers, bulls and saddle horses. If yearlings are preferred, then the ranch can run 1200-1300 seasonally. The grazing permits are literally "out the back door" on the east side of the ranch. The ranch has extensive fencing with 50+ different pastures to allow for excellent management. Conservation stewardship practices have been aggressively employed to enhance livestock production and wildlife habitat. The 5800 sq. ft. lodge style home sits in a stand of pine trees above a private open meadow. The house includes 3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms and 2 half baths, river rock fireplaces, extensive cherry cabinetry, granite countertops, a sunroom, a greenhouse and a three-car garage. Located in an open meadow below the main home sits the exceptional equine facility, including a stable with fifteen 12' x 12' stalls with Nelson automatic water systems, two tack rooms, tiled wash racks and living quarters. The barn dwelling features the same unique custom craftsmanship of the main home. It incorporates blue pine, cedar and natural river rock. Adjacent to the horse barn is an extensive corral system, a hay barn/shop and a pond with native trout. The working ranch headquarters are located away from the main residence and include a custom manager's home highlighted with a log staircase, knotty hickory cabinets, slate entry and fireplace, tile floors, large decks and a two-car garage. Two other homes, one of recent construction, offer employee housing. A restored historic barn highlights the working improvements and includes a heated vet room and bathroom. An excellent set of working corrals with sheds, livestock scales and processing facilities, together with a shop and hay barn provide the infrastructure for this top quality ranch. In 2012, a very nice round corral was completed to start and train young horses. Other improvements include 5 wells, water improvements, pasture fences, ranch roads and an airstrip. There are 552 acres of water rights for the ranch from Rosebud, Antelope, Lewis, Officer and Johnnie Creeks. There are numerous live water creeks and 50+ springs to provide water sources throughout the ranch for livestock and wildlife. Over 20 of the springs are developed with troughs. The Inshallah Ranch has varied topography and elevation with numerous willow lined, live water creeks, upland grass pastures with sagebrush, bitterbrush and juniper trees which transition into aspen groves and ponderosa pine forests. There are multiple canyons that have rim rocks and mountain mahogany. The elevation of the ranch varies from 4150' to about 6000' with the ranch headquarters being at 4500 feet. There is a private airstrip at 4560' elevation with a 3200' gravel runway. Utilities have been provided to the south end of the runway for a future hangar. Approximately 10,150 acres are zoned MUR (multiple use range), with the remaining 1850 acres zoned PF (primary forest). The ranch has not been cruised since 2002. There are over 3.5 million board feet of merchantable pine and fir on the ranch, with pine being the predominant species. With the abundance of live water, the broad range of topography, the private location, as well as the first class improvements, the Inshallah Ranch simply has to be seen to fully appreciate it.

5,817 acres Joseph, OR $7,699,000

5,817 acres Joseph, OR

Wallowa County Tim O'Neil Land & Wildlife

Type: Acreage w/House

Located in North Eastern Oregon Near the town of Joseph Oregon, The Pocket Ranch is 5817+/- Contiguous Deeded Acres, about 9 Square Miles of private ranch. For many reasons The Pocket Ranch "Is the Best Elk and Wildlife Ranch in the State of Oregon." There are no public roads that run through the Pocket Ranch. With consistent and dedicated management our goal the last 8 years has been to enhance the ranch lands for all wildlife, water, grasslands, timber and have a quality ranch for grazing cattle. The ranch is diverse with elevations from 2600 feet to 5500 feet. Awesome views of the Wallowa Mountains and the Idaho Seven Devils from the upper part of the ranch. Canyons, Meadows, Rolling Hills and Forests. Numerous ponds, springs, creeks, and miles of private Pocket Ranch roads. The ranch will be shown by appointment only to qualified buyers only. You will be asked to produce a qualifying letter from your financial institution to make a showing appointment. Sold as one parcel ONLY. Please contact Tim at 541-480-3682

14,506.3 acres Klamath Falls, OR $7,650,000

14,506.3 acres Klamath Falls, OR

Klamath County Linda Long, Principal Broker/Owner Crater Lake Realty, Inc.

Type: Acreage w/House 5 Beds | 3 Baths | 3515 SqFt

CROPS TIMBER - HUNTING all on 14,506 diversified Klamath County acres. 377 acres potato, alfalfa, grain & pasture with 3 irrigation wells, 2 pivots & wheel lines. Summer grazing for 1350 AUMs throughout the balance of timbered acreage, good stock water. Excellent elk and deer habitat, eligible for Land Owner Preference tags. 2 homes, equipment shed, shop, 2 hay barns, steel corrals, plus a historic stage stop barn and a hunting cabin being remodeled. A private paradise just minutes from Klamath Falls. MLS# 84049

913 acres Ashland, OR $6,900,000

913 acres Ashland, OR

Jackson County Tom Harrison Oregon Opportunities Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 2 Baths | 25000 SqFt

Major Price Reduction! Owner carry and/or trade terms available! Presenting the Greensprings Box R Ranch, a truly spectacular one-of-a-kind sanctuary. Set up to operate as a guest ranch, the property consists of multiple parcels covering not less than 913 deeded acres (potentially 953 ac) and surrounded by thousands of acres of protected monument area. Development includes 25,000 sqft of existing dwellings and commercial structures and has a non-expiring, permitted use to create, without time constraints, a frontier western village on 85 acres. Lush mountain meadows with 94 irrigated acres are framed by beautiful merchantable timbered hillsides, springs, ponds and live water creeks. This offering could be perfect for a corporate or public retreat, learning center, rehabilitation resort, nature spa, or private estate.

2,028.83 acres Ashland, OR $5,700,000

2,028.83 acres Ashland, OR

Jackson County Tom Harrison Oregon Opportunities Real Estate

Type: Acreage w/House 1 Bed | 1 Bath | 1000 SqFt

Remarkable investment opportunity! 2028.83 acre mountain ranch in the Cascade Mountain Range. Timber is included in the sale - estimated over 10.5 million board feet of mixed species excluding hardwood in the count. Minutes from Ashland with expansive meadows, live water, 5 dwellings, old water rights for 225 acres with application on 120. A very private family compound, retreat center or lifelong conservation project. This has been a working ranch since it was assembled over 140 years ago.

7,200 acres Shaniko, OR $5,400,000

7,200 acres Shaniko, OR

Wasco County Fay Ranches Fay Ranches

Type: Acreage w/House

Shaniko Ranch for sale in Oregon consists of approximately 7,242 acres and is perimeter fenced along with cross fencing, creating four different pastures. Private ranches surround the Shaniko in all directions. Vegetation consists of lush grasses with many native plants consisting of sagebrush, bitter brush, some ponderosa pine, and aspen found within the canyon drain-ages. Springs and a year-round creek flow into the two acre lake, with the flow continuing into Big Pine Canyon Creek. There are numerous small creeks and springs that keep the ranch very well watered. Elevation of the ranch is approximately 3,300 feet on the high side and drops to around 2,700 feet. A private paved drive leads into the ranch. The ranch has traditionally been used for grazing during the late winter months and into the spring. 250 head of cattle are typically moved onto the ranch in December and pulled out in May. There is a very small amount of hay cut off the ranch. The ranch is very well appointed and is fitted perfectly for use as a corporate retreat, a large family compound or an ideal camp for a non profit group looking to have total privacy and room to roam for all participants.
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