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Caprock Real Estate Services Inc.

Larry D. Preuit, Broker 230 West Hadley Las Cruces, New Mexico 88005 575/760-2775 larrypreuitre@yahoo.com

SOUTHEAST COLORADO — MEDFORD SPRINGS …. 16,809 deeded acres plus two sections state lease. Thirty miles southwest of La Mar, Colorado. Native grasses include buffalo, gramma and side oats. Rolling terrain with seasonal creeks. Improved adequately with large rock barn, steel pens, scales, and overhead cake bin. Home with three bedrooms and two baths plus garage and outbuildings. Seven windmills and four electric submersible pumps. Plus pipeline drinkers scattered over the ranch. No livestock — currently resting and available. Priced at $325/deeded acre. Contact Owners’ Exclusive Agent; Brokers Welcome.

CALL FOR DETAILED INFORMATION ANYTIME! For a list of current properties for sale please go to: www.CaprockRealEstateServices.com




Jackson Ranch — 5238 Acres — Lampasas County — Contract Pending

Whitetail Mesa Ranch — 937 Acres — Lampasas County (Huge Whitetail)

High Point Hills Ranch — 920 Acres — Lampasas County (Bargain!)

Ranch on Baffin Bay — 705 Acres — Kleburg County (Sportsmans Paradise)

Twin Creeks Ranch — 640 Acres — Burnet County (The Best Live Water)

San Antonio Bay Ranch — 505 Acres — Calhoun County (Waterfowl Haven)

Smith Ranch — 492 Acres — Lampasas County (Big Lake Site)

Rolling Hills Ranch — 460 Acres — Llano County (Hunting Property)

Mesa Verde Ranch — 442 Acres — Lampasas County (Great Cow Place)

Hickory Hill Ranch — 180 Acres — Tyler County (Private Lake-Showplace)


La Rioja Ranch — 12,768 Acres (1000 Cow Place)

Hunting Estate — 5000 Acres (Income Property)

Visit our website for additional info.




Moore County, Texas: 1920± irrigated farm ground in the north central Texas Panhandle. Excellent equipment with corn, wheat, milo being grown. Paved road access and elevator within one mile.

Dalhart, Texas Farm: 2400 acre corn/wheat farm with center pivot irrigation, improvements include grain storage, nice shop.

View more listings on: www.RanchLand.com TX License #9000849 Zurick Labrier • 806/681-9099


Sawmill Canyon Ranch Socorro County, New Mexico 10,902 deeded acres, 9152 BLM lease acres — outstanding wildlife ranch. $5.95M.

STROMEI REALTY, LLC 505/866-4343 • www.sawmillcanyon.com





RRSG Ranch: 480 acres, great hunting, CRP. $1000/acre.


434 ACRES — on Colorado River, great hunting and fishing. $3200/acre.


160 ACRES — 2000 sf home, hunting, cattle. $485,000.

320 ACRES — excellent hunting, CRP. $1050/acre.

715 ACRES — Good hunting, next to Matador Wildlife Area. $1165/acre.

828 ACRES — excellent hunting ranch with income. $950/acre.

1193 ACRES — Wichita River frontage, great hunting ranch, home. $1300/acre.

1540 ACRES — Pease River, great hunting. $1298/acre.


692 ACRES — hunting and cattle ranch. $1200/acre.


504 ACRES — great cattle and hunting ranch. $1995/acre.


2480 ACRES — historic ranch, great hunting, hunting lodge. $1295/acre.

7502 ACRES — great cattle and hunting ranch, North Wichita River. Minerals. $1195/acre.


1370 ACRES — with 640 acres CRP, good grass, water, minerals. $1095/acre.

1340 ACRES — Miller’s Creek, great hunting, minerals. $1295/acre.


640 ACRES — great hunting, large neighbors. $995/acre.

4131 ACRES — excellent hunting, rural water. $822/acre.


308 ACRES — highly improved, excellent cattle and horse ranch. $1,950,000.

Other Listing Available — Please Call Or See Our Website Dane Mount, Broker/Owner • 940/839-6247 dane@davisvernon.com www.davisvernon.com

Danny Havins — 940/839-5152 Email: dhavins@yahoo.com

Steven Beck — 806/778-1597 Cell Email: sbeckclaims@yahoo.com

Darrell Franklin — 806/679-1852 Email: dfranklin@midplains.coop

Jerry Williams — 940/642-4830

Harrison Park — 210/373-3600 Email: harrison.m.park@gmail.com


Meek Ranch Sales

Serving Texas Since 1946

1231± Acres — Edwards County, Texas. High fenced game ranch near Garvin Store.

830/257-8881 • www.meekranchsales.com




Contact us for marketing consultation and visit our website for current listings.

CROSSTIMBERSLAND.COM Lee Holcombe • Jeff Henry Jerry Brabander • Ben Allen 918/287-1996


380 Acres: Ellis County, Texas. 25 miles south of Dallas. Close to I-45. Cattle and hay. Rolling terrain.

85 Acres: Hill County, Texas. Pretty with co-op water.

Ken Witherspoon Real Estate 214/707-2596


Llewellyn Real Estate - Farm & Ranch Sales

Carter Llewellyn,Jr. 817/994-6233 LRETX.com



Ardmore, Oklahoma — 770 Acres Running water, rock ridges with some trees for game and home sites. Improved bermuda grass pastures and wheat pasture for cows and/or stockers. Two nice homes, lake and many ponds. Nice place to live on the south slopes of the Arbuckle Mountains close to I-35.

Elza Pollard, Broker 806/341-8702 elzapollard@yahoo.com Website: texasunbeltservices.com



Serving The Ranching Industry Since 1920

Chas. S Middleton & Son 1507 13TH STREET • LUBBOCK, TX 79401 (806) 763-5331 FAX: (806) 763-1340 Web Site: www.chassmiddleton.com E-mail Address: sam@csmandson.com


Real County, Texas — 1030 Acres. The perfect turnkey ranch in the heart of the Hill country! Loaded with native and exotic game! Great cabin! Three wells and three tanks! High fenced! Large neighbors! The Hatch Ranch is only four miles west of the intersection of Highway 83!

North Real and West Kerr Counties, Texas — 670 Acres. The 41 Ranch is located in the highly desirable area known as the Divide, which is known far and wide as a popular hunting destination due to the large numbers of wildlife. Water/submersible pump, concrete tank and trough, electricity. Ranch has been in the seller's family for almost 100 years.

Kerr County, Texas — 460 Acres. The 41 Ranch on the Divide has great hunting, great location, electricity and water. Ranch has been in the seller's family for almost 100 years.

South McCullogh County, Texas — 480 Ac-res. Almost one mile of San Saba River frontage! Great three bedroom, one bath cabin! Frontage on Highway 87. Springs, large tank, three good wells, field! Great deer &and dove hunting! Co-brokered. $2,496,000

Kinney County, Texas — 722± Acres. Priced to sell at just $999; owner financing, well, concrete tank, large neighbors, great game

Edwards County, Texas — 4048 Acres. Great three bedroom, two bath ranch home; outbuildings, low fence, great roads.

Kinney County, Texas — 719 Acres. This is truly beautiful country that is a great combination of rugged ridge lines and nice wide valleys! Great views and great road! Electricity; ag valuation. $1300/acre.

Edwards County, Texas — 1239 Acres. Three bedroom, two bath furnished home.

Edwards County, Texas — 388 Acres. Good cover; electricity; great hunting. $1350/acre.

Kinney County, Texas — 387 Acres. Electricity; great hunting. $1350/acre.

SOLD: Kinney County, Texas — 332 Acres. Electricity; great hunting. $1350/acre.

See Website for additional listings!

PERRY BUSHONG REAL ESTATE Jane Bushong Brown, Broker Associate 830/640-3254 • 830/329-3354 pbushongrealestate.com janebrown@hctc.net


3232 Acres — Mi Sueno Ranch — Zavala County, Texas. SUPER high fenced deer hunting ranch, immaculate headquarters, great lodge, barns, buildings, six wells, center pivot, six lakes, water troughs, game managed fourteen years, deer breeding pens, outstanding genetics, variety of terrain — hills and flats, great brush! Mi Sueno means “My Dream” — make it your dream come true!

205 Acres — Reagan Wells. Both sides Seco Frio River, lovely four bedroom Fredericksburg rock lodge overlooking river, scenic hills, seep springs, paradise! SOLD

2186 Acres — Zavala County, Texas. High fenced ranch with it all!!!! Main lodge, guest cabins, foreman’s house, barns, sheds, irrigation well, center pivot, 200 B&C genetics, great brush, minerals. Priced to sell!

1760 Acres — Zavala County, Texas. Hunter’s Dream Ranch! High fenced pastures, 200 B&C bucks, white rock lodge, four bedroom, three bath, nice barns, two irrigation wells, lodge on stilts overlooking Nueces River, genetic deer, 3.5 miles of Nueces River, Big Bull mesquites, outstanding brush! Super ranch! Owner will divide!

778 Acres — Kinney County, Texas. High-fenced, genetic whitetail deer, exotics, Super hunting place, deep soiled South Texas ranch, near Spofford, Texas.

400 Acres — Kinney County, Texas. High fenced, rolling terrain, great deer hunting ranch, one well and one tank, lots of axis deer and big whitetails. SOLD

318 Acres — Kinney County, Texas. NICE four bedroom modular home, two lakes, five blinds, five feeders, three water troughs, GAMEY!!!! SOLD

168 Acres — Zavala County, Texas. Prettiest lake on the Nueces River! Blue water 20-30 feet deep. Great fishing and swimming! Pecan bottom with HUGE trees. Super hunting. Water well, small barn. Great place!

SOUTHWEST LAND ASSOCIATES LLC Buck Laning, Broker - 830/278-3612 Rick Taylor, Broker - 830/279-2384



Area’s Finest Live Water Ranches

Boerne – Allen Creek Ranch comprises 347 acres of dramatic mountains with gorgeous central valley blessed with a magnificent 4 acre lake. Other attributes include grotto/spring, cabins, excellent road infrastructure and staggering vistas, minutes from Po Po’s. REDUCED! $3.45M

Johnson City – Pedernales Grotto includes 94 acres with over 2,000’ frontage on an exquisite stretch of Pedernales River, plus a delightful spring creek that has fish in the holes. Pecan bottom, river homesites, strong well and seclusion are other features. NEW! $1.65m

Mason – El Oso River Ranch is 1,711 acres of rolling liveoak/ limestone country on the most prized stretch of Llano River, just west of Mason. Nice ranch HQ’s, lodge, ranch infrastructure included, and the area is teeming with wildlife. REDUCED! $4,350/acre

Paint Rock – Blue Lakes River Ranch is 651 acres fronting on the wide, deep Concho River above Lake Ivie. Large pecan bottoms, gorgeous fishing lakes, nice HQ’s with ranch house, minerals and paved highway frontage are included. REDUCED! $2,750/acre

Sisterdale – Dunners Mt. Ranch is 3,160 acres near sizzling Boerne featuring dramatic mountains and ridges looming over deep valleys cloaking splendid mega-lake sites. Heritage hardwoods flank clean bottomland fields, unimproved. NEW! $5,450/acre

FREDERICKSBURG – DAVID E. CULVER, BROKER – MASON dec@landtx.com www.landtx.com 210.422.4676 830.997.8616



There is no other property like it in West Texas. 80 acres with a totally remodeled southwest 2000 sq.ft. home with gorgeous views encompassing an entire Box Canyon lined with 400 ft. to 500 ft. canyon and bluff walls. Trophy aoudad sheep and desert mule deer. Very well watered, includes tack room and feed barn and arena. Oak trees in canyon floor with ATV road to top of mountains. A very private property only fifteen minutes from Alpine, Texas. Priced at: $1,135,000.

West Texas Ranches Sale Since 1947 Over 1 Million Acres Sold — 40+ Years Ranch Brokerage To Sale Or Buy Contact: John W. Carpenter

CARPENTER REAL ESTATE P. O. Box 25 — Alpine, Texas 79831 Phone: 432/837-3325 Fax: 432/837-3326 Cell: 432/386-6773 Web: jwcarpenter.com Email: jw3@jwcarpenter.com



Oklahoma Farm and Feedlot: 480± acres, 124± acres irrigated, 245± CRP program, 6000 head cattle handling facility, Victorian home, manager’s home, apartment, shops, barns in Oklahoma Panhandle.

Texas Panhandle Feedyard: efficient feedyard with flaking capabilities in the Texas Panhandle. 1216 acres grass and 320 acres farm ground including nice home.

View more listings on: www.RanchLand.com TX License #9000849 Zurick Labrier • 806/681-9099


Crosby County, Texas Ranch 532 Acres

Located south of Lorenzo, Texas near the community of Robert-son, only 25 miles east of Lubbock, Texas. Hunting, grazing, four domestic wells, good five-wire fence, all weather access roads. $585,000.

Cullen Johnson • 806/781-4607 www.johnsonequipment.com



Stamford, Texas Farm and Ranch Sales State Certified Real Estate Appraisals

4743± ACRES — Stonewall County, Texas — Patterson Ranch North Camp. Historic ranch, great cattle ranch and trophy hunting ranch with live water and lodge, MINERALS.

1413± ACRES — Stonewall County, Texas. Great ranch with very nice amenities, fantastic hunting, MINERALS, and solid cattle ranch. Three windmills and two water wells! Excellent combo ranch.

1100± ACRES — Fisher County, Texas. Really good hunting, excellent fences, water well, city water, good grass.

112 ACRES — Jones County, Texas. Excellent fences, improved grasses, city water and water wells.

681± ACRES — Haskell County, Texas. Rolling pasture, some cultivation, five stock tanks, Quail Buffers.

More Listings Available @ www.ekdahlrealestate.net John Ekdahl, Broker Rex Detamore and Kevin McCright, Agents STAMFORD, TEXAS — 325/773-3676 Cell


NEW LISTING! 1170 ACRE IRRIGATED FARM. Has three carrizo irrigation wells each pumping 1200 gallons per minute; six pivots — four cover 100 acres each and two cover 200 acres each; approximately half of farm is in tifton, balance in small grain crops; pens with scales are outstanding with capacity for 300-400 cows year round; completely high fenced; two large tanks; outstanding dove hunting.

1106 ACRES — LOCATED ZAVALA COUNTY, TEXAS. Approximately 8.4 miles northwest of Crystal City, Texas with Ύ mile of paved highway frontage on FM 1668. Ranch is high fenced with season wet-weather Turkey Creek traversing throughout the ranch from north to south, has water well with electricity, small hunting cabin, one tank located on Turkey Creek, whitetail deer hunting is excellent with bucks in the 130-170 B&C class, outstanding turkey and quail hunting. Ranch is divided into four pastures with outstanding grass cover for livestock and wildlife. This is an excellent opportunity for hunting or running livestock. $2500/acre.

NEW EXCLUSIVE LISTING! 358 ACRES. Escalante Ranch - Medina County, Texas. This ranch is located three miles northwest of Hondo, Texas joining County Road 424 on the south and west sides of the ranch. The ranch has outstanding views. Topography ranges from high hills to level meadows on the southern and western boundaries. The entrance to the ranch can be obtained from the south through two separate electric gate locations or from the west with another electric gate entrance. 243 acres under high fence that maintains 30 whitetail deer of 200+ B&C. A beautiful older home overlooks the entire ranch with the greatest of views that give peace and admiration. Five tanks with outstanding fishing, dove hunting and swimming furnish water to game and livestock. A quality Edwards water well furnishes water to the headquarters. On most years this is as good as it gets for dove hunting. Owner will transfer 100% of all minerals that he owns to new buyer.

NEW LISTING: 58 Acres: In coastal within the city limits of Hondo, Texas. Outstanding subdivision potential with all city utilities available. $6000/acre.

143.5 ACRES. With one mile frontage on the beautiful Medina River, lined with gigantic cypress trees 100+ ft. tall, adjoined by hundreds of giant pecan trees along the river bottom. The im-provements include a large brick home and eight-stall horse barn, large equipment and/or hay barn, three horse or livestock metal shelters, one shelter inside a corral. The balance of the farm consists of 43 acres along the river for hay and recreation. The balance of approximately 100 acres is surrounded by a new fence with an Edwards irrigation well, that produces 1000 gallons/minute. The well is registered with 143 acre feet of water that can be drawn for irrigation per year. Fishing, swimming and canoeing along the river is outstanding. This farm is located 8½ miles south of Medina Lake Dam and only 12 miles west of a new super HEB store on San Antonio’s outskirts. This is an outstanding opportunity for someone to enjoy the best of the country with close proximity to all benefits of a large city.

Fred L. Graff Realty PLLC Hondo, Texas 830/ 426-1053 mobile grafflandco.com fredgraff@sbcglobal.net



As Low As 3% OPWKCAP 2.9%

Joe Stubblefield & Assocs. 806/622-3482 joes3@suddenlink.net



— 3.660 total acres

— 1,639 deeded

— 1,510 Federal

— 511 NM State Lease

Improvements on this ranch are first class with a totally remodeled home in 2012 from top to bottom. This highly improved operational ranch was designed to compliment a Registered Cattle Operation. All pipe corrals with loading chute and scales. Check out my website for more information on this ranch or give me a call.

View Other Listings At: www.michelethomesteadrealty.com

Cherri Michelet Snyder, Qualifying Broker

Michelet Homestead Realty 920 East Second Roswell, NM 88201 Office: 575/623-8440 Cellular: 575/626-1913


James B. Sammons III

Texas & New Mexico Broker

214.701.1970c | 972.707.1686o www.JamesSammons.com jsammons@briggsfreeman.com 2913 Fairmount, Ste. 200, Dallas, Texas 75201


Bennett and Assoc. Dalton Maddox

Thompson River Ranch 4765 Acres Of Prime Colorado River Bottom Land Mitchell County, Texas

Meandering for over nine miles through the Thompson River Ranch, the Colorado River creates its own unique ecosystem of river bottom land, picturesque cliffs, strong grassland, and numerous species of plants, wildlife, and natural beauty. This ranch has abundant wildlife, improved blue stem pasture, and a stately colonial home. From the front porch you can watch livestock graze, wildlife scamper, water fowl migrate, or enjoy a beautiful sunrise. There are two small cabins adjacent to the main house. There is no comparison in this area of Texas to find water, wildlife, grass, and relaxation. There is also 1/8 minerals to convey with sale of ranch. Please call for an appointment for your own piece of heaven.

Dalton Maddox 325/242-1708 Cell



Protecting Clients. Conserving the Land.

Blue Mountain Retreat 29.33 acres, Fort Davis Scenic Loop, beautiful home, in-ground pool, outdoor living area, near Blue Mountain. Custom features, pecan trees, scenic views $750,000.

Quebec Ranch 12,500 acres, Presidio Co. Historic family cattle ranch. Outstanding grasslands. $685 per acre, $8,562,500.

Alamito Waters Ranch 80 acres, Presidio County. Artesian well results in large, beautiful lake. Quonset building. $300,000

Coyanosa Draw Ranch 13,468 acres, Pecos County, hunting ranch with active minerals. $550 per acre, $6,697,680

Red Mill Ranch 25,667 acres, Pecos/Brewster Counties, grass-lands cattle ranch, many improvements, $685/acre, $17,581,895

Rock House Draw Ranch 11,900 acres, Pecos County, good recreation/hunting, deer, quail, dove, $495/acre, $5,890,500

Highway 2400 Ranch 10,665 acres, Terrell County, excellent hunting ranch, mule deer, white tail, Aoudad, $450/acre, $4,799,250

Black Hills Ranch 11,681 acres, near Marfa. Cattle/hunting ranch, extensive water system, barns, pens. $895 per acre, $10,454,495

Prairie Canyon Ranch 21,528.15 acres, Terrell County, working cattle ranch, owner-financing available. $385/acre, $8,288,378

Pecos Canyon Ranch 8300 acres, Val Verde County, Pecos River frontage, excellent wildlife habitat, $800/acre, $6,640,000

HLB Piρon Ranch 3177 acres, Alpine. Grassland, excellent water. Adjacent to Sierra LaRana. $1550/acre, $4,924,350

Stagecoach Ridge Ranch 1266 acres, in Sierra LaRana, Alpine. Grasslands, ideal wildlife habitat. $1800/acre, $2,278,800

Ranch on Top Now 45,393 acres, the original configuration of this working cattle ranch, amazing mesa-top grasslands. Many improvements, airstrip/hangar. Hudspeth Co. $550/acre $24,965,919

Rainbow Ranch 10,800+/- acres, enjoy outstanding hunting on this property. Terrell County. $425 per acre, $4,590,000

Eagle Piρon Ranch 2963 acres, with large unique hunting lodge, Hudspeth County, $850 per acre or $2,518,550

Mills Pecos River Ranch 7800 acres, in Val Verde County. Historic home. Pecos Riverfront $798 per acre, $6,224,400

Agua Fria Ranch 23,482 acres, Brewster County next to Big Bend State Park. Unique terrain. $650 per acre or $15,263,300

Edwards Draw Ranch 11,420 Acres. Crockett / Val Verde Counties. 45 minutes from Ozona. $485 per acre, $5,538,700

Kennedy Ranch 3187 acres, in Presidio County. Classic cattle country, 30 minutes from Marfa. $575 per acre or $1,832,525

King Land & Water LLC Fort Davis, TX James King, Agent Tammy King, Broker Jeanine Bishop, Agent/Office Manager info@kinglandwater.com 432-426-2024 www.KingLandWater.com


352.6 diverse acreage for sale in Mills County, Texas. Property consists of fenced, cross fenced livestock, hunting and fishing land. Five dirt tanks some with fish, wildlife in abundance along with deer, turkey and dove. Lots of elevation change for sitting and enjoying the beautiful expanse of horizon or building that dream home. Price is $2850 per acre. Offered by:

Mazurek Real Estate Carolyn Harris, Agent Call: 254/842-7143



• 1100 AC. 225 cow/calf.

• 12,000 AC. Cattle and hunting. 1500 cow/calf.

• 24,200 AC. 450 cow/calf.

• Upscale home, 265 acres plus gas well.

• 11,455 AC: minerals.

GOOD EARTH LAND CO. Office: 918/689-3166



Land for Sale - Fisher & Jones Co.'s, TX

-1,486+/- ac: Near Hamlin, hunting appeal, 4 tracts, paved. $825/acre

-952 acres recreational ranch in terrific wildlife area near larger ranches. Includes remodeled & furnished 3BR, 2 bath home, too!

-839+/- ac: Native mesquite, fenced, large canyons, varied terrain!

-449+/- ac: Fenced grazing, 4 ponds, 3 wells, California Creek & pens.

-369+/- ac: Fenced, mixed use with canyons, hunting & minerals, too!

-318+/- ac: CRP '20, rolling, great views, hunting in the draw. $1,000/ac

-311+/- ac: Nice mix of active cultivation, mesquite pastures and CRP!

-REDUCED! 155+/- ac: Shinnery pasture N/Hawley, near Abilene, TX.

-Multiple small acreage/homesite tracts available in Fisher Co., TX.




Specializing In Ranch Real Estate Brokerage

214/361-9191 Broker Office

Stephens County 960 Acre Yellowfork Ranch, one mile Gonzales Creek, good fences, stock tanks, good grazing and wildlife - $1895/acre.

Red River County 2092 Acre 4M Ranch, productive grazing, hunting & fishing, 7 miles Red River frontage, elevation, hardwood forest, 13 ac spring fed lake, irrigation, home, barn - $1995/acre.

Throckmorton County 1480 Acre Whitaker Ranches, 952 or 528 acre tracts near Woodson, quality hunting & grazing, scenic views. - $1650-1675/acre.

Shackelford & Haskell County 1660 Acre Petty Ranch, BEST hunting, primo quail & dove, mature bucks, food plots, 4 water troughs, stock tanks, scenic. - $1595/acre.

Bosque & Erath County 1550 Acre Strong Ranch, grazing & hunting, great fences, minerals, stock tanks, water wells, NE of Hico. - $2850/acre.

Montague County 614 Acre Whitetail Meadows Ranch, high fenced, ecological diverse, 1+ mile Denton Creek, nice home. - $2.8MM.

Young County 600 Acre M3 Ranch, 2 wheat fields, wildlife, stock tanks, rural water, nice modular home, additional acreage available.

Hamilton County 283 Acre Shelby Ranch, 4 acre lake, large neighbors, no hunting pressure, big deer. - $2750/acre.

Stephens County 960 Acre Yellowfork Ranch, one mile Gonzales Creek, good fences, stock tanks, good grazing and wildlife - $1895/acre.

Red River County 2092 Acre 4M Ranch, productive grazing, hunting & fishing, 7 miles Red River frontage, elevation, hardwood forest, 13 ac spring fed lake, irrigation, home, barn - $1995/acre.

Throckmorton County 1480 Acre Whitaker Ranches, 952 or 528 acre tracts near Woodson, quality hunting & grazing, scenic views. - $1650-1675/acre.

Shackelford & Haskell County 1660 Acre Petty Ranch, BEST hunting, primo quail & dove, mature bucks, food plots, 4 water troughs, stock tanks, scenic. - $1595/acre.

Bosque & Erath County 1550 Acre Strong Ranch, grazing & hunting, great fences, minerals, stock tanks, water wells, NE of Hico. - $2850/acre.

Montague County 614 Acre Whitetail Meadows Ranch, high fenced, ecological diverse, 1+ mile Denton Creek, nice home. - $2.8MM.

Young County 600 Acre M3 Ranch, 2 wheat fields, wildlife, stock tanks, rural water, nice modular home, additional acreage available.

Hamilton County 283 Acre Shelby Ranch, 4 acre lake, large neighbors, no hunting pressure, big deer. - $2750/acre.





NICK CORTESE 575.760.3818 License # 16419 SCOTT BURTON 575.760.8088 License # 47399 KELLY SPARKS 575.760.9214 License # 19554



- Dan W. Kinsel III, Ranch Broker -- Drawer 677, Cotulla, TX 78014 www.dankinselranches.com 830/378-5856 830/317-0115 Mobile 830/378-5994 FAX


MIKE DAIL REAL ESTATE E-mail: mikedail@verizon.net • Mason, Texas • www.mikedail.com

143 Ac: NE Voca: on CR, 2 creeks, tank, well, house, lrg timber, lots of game. $715K.

63.7 Ac: 12 E Mason: nice home, shop, cabin, well, tank, game, creek. $756K.

391 Ac: 8.5 E Menard: on San Saba River, irri stock farm, nice imprv. $3.75 M.

113.8 Ac: 10 NE Mason: on CoRd: 3 wells, game, large timber, 2 creeks. SOLD.

112 Ac: E Menard: On San Saba River, secluded, game & fishing, 2 wells, min. $575K.

142 Ac: Eden: Live oak, 3/2½ home, barn and shed, minerals, city water. $525K.

96 Ac: 17 SE Menard: Nice 3/2 mod home, barn/shed, good well, live oak, game. $306K.

100 Ac: 12 NE Mason: Nice home, oaks, good well, game, barn & shed, tanks. $750K.

16 Ac: 12 NW Mason: Nice home & shop, live oak savannah, good well. SOLD.

1153 Ac: Colorado River Game Ranch: Comm water, mins, well mgt game. $3500/ac.

Mike Dail, Broker — Mason, Texas — 325/347-0038 A Private Property Rights Advocate



“Let Us Help Put Your Brand On Texas Land”

Ok Boys, Get Out Your Checkbooks!!! If you’re looking for a top-notch hunting and cattle ranch in West Texas, this is the one for you! Wildlife consists of mule deer, free ranging elk, quail, dove and javelina. It is already under Level 3 MLD wildlife program. This ranch will run approximately 120 head of mama cows and 240 head of stockers on an average year. Property also has oil and natural gas opportunity, it comes with eight sections of mineral classified. With all the drilling going on in Pecos County this is a big plus!! There is a modest headquarters that works perfect for a hunting cabin as well as a good set of cattle pens with good interior and exterior fences. With huge ranches surrounding this property, this 10,240 acre ranch is perfect for raising quality animals. You will look long and hard before you find a ranch of this caliber at this price!!! 10,240 acres at $495 per acre.

Ken Burton • 325/347-2815 • texashome-landrealty.com


MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION Was $60,000,000 Reduced to $52,500,000


The historic Ford Ranch is located near the geographical center of Texas, just west of Brady. The property has been under the same ownership since 1902, and is now offered for sale for the first time in modern history.

The terrain varies from fertile bottomlands to gently sloping and rolling hillsides. Approximately 1200 acres are in improved pasture, with the majority of the ranch being in productive native rangeland. The ranch has a scattered to fairly dense canopy of live oak, mesquite and a small amount of cedar. Soils throughout the property are typically dark loam with limestone rock outcrops.

The ranch has historically been operated as a 1000 - 1200 animal unit ranch, but the focus of the ranch leans heavily on the abundant wildlife. Serious hunters all over the world are familiar with the legendary whitetail known as the Brady Buck. This monster buck, which has been reported to be the largest free ranging whitetail ever produced in the Lone Star State was killed on the Ford Ranch. This record setting buck had 78 non-typical points and scored 284-3/8ths B&C. Genetics from the Brady Buck have made whitetail deer hunting on the Ford Ranch some of the best in Texas. Other game includes turkey, quail, dove and waterfowl.

The property is extremely well watered by seasonal creeks, earthen ponds, wells and an extensive waterline network. Structural improvements are modest.

Properties of this magnitude and history are seldom offered for sale. If you are in the market for a large Central Texas cattle/ hunting ranch, the Ford Ranch deserves your immediate attention. Sellers have now reduced the price to only $1650 per acre.

Descriptive brochure available. Offered Exclusively By:

Chas. S Middleton & Son 1507 13TH STREET • LUBBOCK, TX 79401 (806) 763-5331 FAX: (806) 763-1340 Web Site: www.chassmiddleton.com E-mail Address: sam@csmandson.com


3841 Acres — Runnels and Coleman Counties, Texas: house, 20% minerals, seven dog kennels. Excellent deer, turkey, dove, quail hunting, county road frontage. One water well, fourteen ponds.

Ranch Realty • 325/655-6313



Upgraded Website: www.highlandrealtyoftexas.com

Culberson County, Texas. 640 acres east of Van Horn, north of I-20 in the Wild Horse Valley. Native rangeland with county road frontage. Abundant groundwater. $500 Per Acre

Pecos County, Texas. 1000+ acre hunting ranch in the Eastern Stockton Plateau south of IH-10, lodge with six bedrooms, two baths and great room. Secluded with easy access. $1000 Per Acre

Pecos County, Texas. 634 acres of rangeland with Mineral Classified designation. Non-producing and available for leasing. $450 Per Acre

Reeves County, Texas. 100 acres of cultivatable farm land with frontage along Highway 17. 15 acres planted to five year old pomegranate orchard with micro-sprinklers. $1150 Per Acre

Karl F. Armstead, Broker 432/336-8455

Tiffany Helms, Sales Agent 432/290-4830


Rawhide Road: Deming, New Mexico — 3000 head capacity feedyard located on 38+ acres in the northeastern Luna County. The north pens have a total of eight pens 250' deep x 253 wide with 1218 of Albers & Nielsen stanchions, w/4800 ft of feed-bunks with cement aprons. The south pens have twelve big pens 120' deep (they vary in width) plus three smaller pens for sorting, doctoring or holding cattle, with 2000 ft feed bunks, hydraulic chute, 15,000 pound cattle scale, on-site well with electric submer-sible pump, with 100,000 gallon storage tank, underground water rights, 6000 gallon molasses storage tank, 3000 sq ft commodity barn with four storage bays.

Mathers Realty Inc 2223 E. Missouri Ave Las Cruces, NM 88001 575-522-4224 ofc 575-522-7105 fax Keith Brownfield • 575/640-9395 brownfieldkeith@gmail.com www.mathersrealty.net



behrensranchsales.com SAN ANGELO, TEXAS 325-658-7591

Coke County, Texas — 10,117± acres located approximately 20 minutes northwest of San Angelo. In the same family since 1899. Rolling to rugged hills and draws as well as level divide country. Modest improvements. Excellent hunting for white-tailed deer, turkey, quail and hogs. West Fork of Grape Creek with large pecan trees. Minerals.

Coke County, Texas — 4772± acres located in southern Coke County. Diverse terrain with moderate to heavy cover good for wildlife. Four water wells. Modest improvement with two small houses. Good hunting for white-tailed deer, turkey, quail, hogs and occasionally axis and blackbuck. Minerals.

Coke County, Texas — 1453 acres conveniently located to San Angelo. All native pasture that is watered by one water well. Rolling to rugged hills and level divide country. Excellent hunting. East Fork of Grape Creek traverses the northeast portion of the ranch. Minerals.

Sterling/Coke Counties, Texas. 7343 acres near Water Valley. Gently rolling hills to mesquite flats. Extensive brush work. Well watered with nine water wells. Foreman’s house and two bedroom guest house, large barn with steel pens and other outbuildings. All improvements are in excellent condition including fencing. Deer, turkey and quail hunting. A very well maintained livestock and hunting ranch. 50% of the minerals. SOLD

Sterling County, Texas — 8026 acres southwest of Water Valley. Gently rolling hills with mesquite flats and scattered live oak. Well watered, excellent hunting with deer, turkey and quail. Foreman’s house with two smaller houses, minerals. Ranches this size are rarely available in this area.

Culberson County, Texas — 3300 Net Mineral Acres — located six miles north of Kent, Texas. Minerals include both fee and mineral classified. Acreage is being offered with ownership interest in the surface of approximately 14,000 acres. SOLD

Mitchell County, Texas — 642 acres approximately 13 miles south of Loraine. County road access, level to rolling mesquite and cedar country, 123 acres of dry land farm, four dirt tanks, one water well and minerals. SOLD

Coke County, Texas — 324 acres located north of Robert Lee. Southwest style three bedroom, two bath house and guest house, newer metal barn, well watered, good hunting: deer, turkey and quail. County road frontage and minerals. SOLD

Erath County, Texas — 547 acres south of Stephenville and southeast of Dublin. Gently rolling to level country, native and improved pasture, wet weather creek. Deer, turkey and hog hunting. Minerals, highway frontage.

Menard/Schleicher Counties, Texas — 1235 acres northwest of Fort McKavett. MLD Level 3 permit. Nice lodge with guest house, fully furnished, ready to hunt. Excellent deer and turkey hunting. Beautiful rolling live oak country. Minerals. Highway frontage.

Coke County, Texas — 625± acres located approximately 17 miles north of San Angelo. Nice set of improvements with two houses and two cabins. Rolling live oak and cedar country to mesquite flats. Whitetail deer, axis deer and blackbuck antelope. Watered by one water well with four dirt tanks.

Bexar County, Texas — 246± acres located approximately 19 miles south of downtown San Antonio. All native pasture with large live oaks, post oaks, hickory and other hardwoods. Easily accessible from Loop 1604, U.S. Highway 281 and I-37. Public road access with recreational and future development potential. Minerals.


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760 acres +/- $1,824,000; Ponds, 9 acre lake, cross fenced, exceptional native grass prairie

390 acres +/- $975,000; House, insulated barn, sheds, pens, fencing, 8 ponds, 75 pairs

387 acres +/- $815,000; Home, barn, ponds, creek, clean Bermuda pastures, lrg mature trees

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Sycamore Ranch — Kinney and Val Verde Counties, Del Rio, Texas. 3746 acres, $4,500,000, 2.5 miles of both sides of Sycamore Creek, majestic live oak stands, three operating water wells.

O.B. Ranch — Wharton County, Wharton, Texas. 1700 acres, $8,500,000, premier cattle operation, animal per two acre unit, pecans, first class pens, Colorado River bottom, all-weather roads, turn key, one mile of highway frontage.

San Antonio River Ranch — Wilson County, Floresville, Texas. 738.81 acres, $3,989,574, new price, 3.25 miles of San Antonio River, rangeland, pasture, little dry land farm, heavily wooded river bottom, two lakes.

Cleghorn Ranch — Bastrop County, Paige, Texas. 621 acres, $5,899,500, fantastic hunting and fishing, large lakes and large antlered bucks, high fenced.

Atascosa 250 Ranch — Atascosa County, Jourdanton, Texas. 250 acres, $1,025,000, three tanks, diverse rangeland, crossed fenced, 25% minerals.

Buck Creek Farm — Somervell County, Glen Rose, Texas. 1352 acres, $7,100,000, ½ mile Brazos River frontage, five water wells, 350 AU capacity, 2000 rolls hay produced.

Recassa Ranch — Leon County, Buffalo, Texas. 1390 acres, $4,587,000, natural woodland, 15 acre Lake Lucy, numerous springs.

Texana Ranch — Washington County, Chappell Hill, Texas. 152 acres, $6,500,000, multiple homes both historic and modern, several large lakes.

Republic Ranches, LLC — Broker Austin-Corpus Christi-Dallas-Hondo-Houston-San Antonio www.republicranches.com 888-726-2481 or info@republicranches.com




Ranch Sales — Leasing Division

28,000 Acres Southeast Of Van Horn, Texas. Mineral Classified Acres Included.

David P. Dean, Broker — Ft. Davis, Texas Ranch: 432/426-3779 • Mobile: 432/634-0441 www.availableranches.com


FOR SALE BY OWNER: excellent 70± acre home site, North Runnels Water District, good fences, nice stock pond with bass and catfish, partial mineral rights. Located around Hatchell, Texas area. Call:

Mobile: 325/977-1085






Tyler Jacobs - Broker tjacobs@hallandhall.com College Station, Texas 979.690.9933

Monte Lyons - Broker mlyons@hallandhall.com Lubbock, Texas 806.438.0582

Justin Bryan - Ranch Management jbryan@hallandhall.com Abilene, Texas 325.260.5883





DULLNIG RANCH SALES ROBERT DULLNIG Broker Associate 210.213.9700 DullnigRanches@gmail.com


1,800± Ac. Elm Creek Ranch. Carrizo irrigation well. Nice home. Turnkey property.

702± Ac. Buckhorn Creek Ranch. Deer, excellent quail & turkey. Low fence. Minerals available.


4,820± Ac. Double Dime South. Renown hunting ranch.

2,181± Ac. Mula Creek Ranch. Low fenced free-range hunting.


4,571± Ac. Arroyo Blanco. Low fence. 9 tanks. 17 water troughs.


20,944± Ac.Blue Hills Ranch. Hunting or cattle. Minerals.


2,097± Ac. Lagarto Valley Ranch. Low fenced hunting. Minerals.


700± Ac. Circle V Ranch. Nice home. Great hunting.


1,750± Ac. Conoly Ranch. Low fenced free-range hunting.


1,200± Ac. Vara Ranch. Frio River. 3 cabins. Wildlife. Views.


700± Ac. Whiskey Springs Ranch. Spring-fed creek.

145± Ac. Old Real Ranch. Home. West Creek. Ponds.


2675± Ac. Warren Creek Ranch. Creek. Lake. Wells. Minerals.

1,900± Ac. Warren Creek. Cattle or hunting. Minerals.

1,150 ±Ac. Warren Creek. 5-acre lake. Creek. Minerals.


1,425± Ac. Purgatory Creek Ranch. Large oaks. Rolling terrain.

DullnigRanches.com Kuper Sotheby's International Realty



890.3 acres five miles west of US 83 in the heart of hunting country — 2210 ft deep Carrizo Sands water well, four large tanks, two miles of underground water lines serving both tanks as well as a series of livestock troughs, great lodge, eleven hunting blinds and feed pens strategically located all over the ranch, dove, quail, hogs, 170 B&C whitetail, perfect family getaway. $2250/acre. Call:

Dan Kinsel • 830/317-0115 David Monnich • 210/912-9489 email: dvm49@texasdevelopment.com For More Info


Working Cattle Ranch

20 miles South of Roswell, New Mexico — 4180 acres inside the fence, 3500 deeded. Pens, chutes, scales, feed troughs, drinkers, barns, sheds and workshop ... all in excellent condition. Nice, one level ranch home, four wells, lots of antelope and quail, an orchard, shooting range ... all surrounded by very lightly grazed range land. Secluded but two miles from major highway. Development Potential. $1,875,000. HUGE PRICE REDUCTION

CENTURY 21 ASPEN REAL ESTATE Scott Roser 575/808-1297 Office 575/257-9057




814± scenic acres with two wheat fields, nine pastures/traps, lots of water with Pecan Creek and 3½ wells. Three bedroom, three bath home and lots of pipe corrals. Good hunting, great recreational ranch. $1,290,000.

325/277-8800 • Owner/Broker



27,905 Total Acres. 385 acres are Deeded and 27,520 acres are U.S. Forest Service. Located in central New Mexico 20 miles northwest of Corona, New Mexico or 88 miles from Albuquerque. The ranch is permitted for 245 mother cows year round. There are mule deer, elk, turkey, bobcat, antelope, and other wildlife. Located in Game Management Unit 38. On the ranch is a 1120 sq.ft. 2013 home and four working corrals. There is great water distribution from the six wells with plenty of storage and eighteen drinking troughs. The ranch is in great shape. It is scenic yet low enough in elevation to make this a great year round cattle ranch. Cattle and equipment can be purchased by private treaty. $1,500,000.

Randell Major — Qualifying Broker

Major Ranch Realty Magdalena, New Mexico 87825 Office: 575-854-2150 • Cell: 575-838-3016 rmajor@majorranches.com For other listings go to www.majorranches.com


Whitetail Properties

Brown County, Texas — 42.65 acres. Two tanks, 40' ocean cargo container. Not hunted in seven years. $162,070.

Coke County, Texas — 320 acres. North section of Weather Rock Trophy Ranch is available. $1950/acre.

Coke County, Texas — 132.8 acres. Excellent cover, seasonal creek, terrain changes. $298,000.

Coleman County, Texas — 676.52 acres. Oak, cedar and mesquite cover with terrain changes, five tanks, three water wells. Deer, turkey, feral hogs. $1,691,300.

Coleman County, Texas — 86.85 acres. Mobile home, tank, oak/mesquite cover. $248,000.

Concho County, Texas — 200.97 acres. Creek, CRP income, whitetail and axis deer. $435,000.

Runnels County, Texas — 1120.9 acres. Heavy cedar, oak and mesquite with three tanks. Hasn't been hunted in three years. $1,681,350.

Robin Lowe, Agent 325/234-8173 www.whitetailproperties.com



South Coleman County, Texas County water, cabin, lots of game and fish.




Richard Randals - Qualifying Broker


NewMexicoPG.com 575-461-4426 Realtors Association of New Mexico


4500± ACRES

Borden County, Texas

House • Barn • Pens Deer • Quail • Turkey

Ty Wills, Broker 325/207-3221



TREMENDOUS OPPORTUNITY — Union Co., NM — 480± ac., circle of CRP, circle of improved grass, circle ½ cultivated — ½ improved pasture, 2 irr. wells, 3 pivot sprinklers, 1500 sq. ft. home, large metal barn/shop, for storing & maintaining semi-truck tractors & trailers w/concrete floor & grease trap. Owner has moved out of state, immediate possession available! At $1000/per acre, this property needs looking at!

TREMENDOUS OPPORTUNITY #2 — located just one mile on all weather road from Tremendous Opportunity#1, also price at $1000/per acre w/home, shop & two Ό mile pivot sprinklers. Needs looking at also!

LINCOLN/SOCORRO, NM — 37.65± sections Central NM ranch w/good, useable improvements & water, some irrigation w/2 pivot sprinklers, on pvmt. w/all-weather road, 13,322± ac. deeded, 8457± ac. BLM Lease, 2320± ac. State Lease.

LOGAN, NM — Great opportunity to own a combination concrete/trucking/feed supply store located on hwy. 54 in a large ranching/farming area of demand & in close proximity to Ute lake adjacent to Logan.

SUPER GRAIN & CATTLE COMBINATION — Union Co., NM — well improved w/15 circles, state-of-the-art working pens, homes, barns, hwy. & all-weather road frontage, divided into 3 different farms in close proximity of each other — can divide.

OCATE MESA — 100± pristine ac., located near Black Lake on state road 120 between the villages of Ocate & Angel Fire, New Mexico, great hunting/recreation adjoining 31.249± ac. may be purchased together w/this property or separately.

MOTLEY CO., TX. — 440 ac. rangeland on river, two residences, good hunting.

DONLEY CO., TX. — 160± ac. CRP. Good hunting. Irrigation potential.

FT. SUMNER VALLEY — beautiful home on 20 irr. ac., 3 bdrm/2 bath country home, nice combination apartment/horse barn w/2 bdrms., one bathroom/washroom & three enclosed stalls w/breezeway, currently in alfalfa, ditch irrigated.

EQUINE HAVEN — Deaf Smith Co., TX. — 15± ac. of choice property located adjacent to the city limits on Hereford's north side. Homes, barns, saddle shop (no equipment or furnishings), numerous horse stalls w/runs, automatic waterers, 11 lots platted, property zoned for horses & livestock, round pen & large arena, on pvmt. & all-weather road. Owner motivated!

30,000 HD. FEED YARD — Southeast Texas Panhandle, close to Texas & Kansas packers. Call or email for details!!!!

Please view our websites for details on these properties, choice TX, NM & CO ranches (large & small), choice ranches in the high rainfall areas of OK, irr./dryland/CRP & commercial properties. We need your listings on any types of ag properties in TX., NM, OK & CO.

www.scottlandcompany.com www.texascrp.com Ben G. Scott — Broker Krystal M. Nelson — CO/NM Qualifying Broker 800/933-9698 5:00 a.m./10:00 p.m.




The Crawford L Bar Ranch is located approximately 40 air miles west of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The topography is dramatic with some of the most stunning 360 degree views to be found in the state. The terrain varies from high elevated mesas with steep fractured rock ledges to lower wide valley bottoms. Several massive volcanic cones protrude from the surrounding countryside, giving the ranch the perfect "Land of Enchantment" charm. Elevations range from 8300 feet on the upper mesa country to 6100 feet in the lower valley bottoms. Lower elevations of the ranch have scattered juniper cover, with oak, mountain mahogany, piρon and an abundance of Ponderosa Pine in the higher elevations. The ranch is adequately watered by wells, earthen ponds, seasonal creeks and springs. The property is improved by a newly remodeled manager's home, beautiful 2-story log lodge, shop/apartment building, barns and livestock pens. The current ownership does not hunt the ranch, but in past years the property received approximately 30 bull elk rifle permits, 8 bull elk muzzleloader permits, 22 either sex archery permits and 56 cow elk permits. Other game species include mule deer, black bear, mountain lion, bobcat, barbary sheep, turkey and water fowl. This outstanding ranch is priced to sell at $585 per acre.


This long-term family ownership ranch is located south of Eunice, New Mexico. This is a well-balanced cattle ranch with additional income derived from oil field related surface damages. Access is provided by paved highway frontage. The turf is a combination of native grasses, weeds, bush mesquite and shinnery. The terrain is fairly level to gently rolling. The ranch is watered by wells and an extensive pipeline network. The property is fenced and crossfenced with adequate improvements. The South Deck Ranch is realistically priced at $2,200,000. UNDER CONTRACT


High Timber Ranch is located in the scenic mountains of Northern New Mexico. The property lies just below the Brazos Summit and provides some of the best views New Mexico can offer. The highlight of the High Timber Ranch is the abundance of live water. The ranch supports some of the best big game hunting in the west. Elk, mule deer, grouse, black bear and mountain lions all call this area of Northern New Mexico home. The ranch is improved by an excellent quality, easily accessed modern two-bedroom, two-bath log owner's home as well as a bunkhouse. $2140 per acre.


This ranch is located southwest of Justiceburg, or about an hour from Lubbock. The property is improved with new fences, pens and large dirt tanks. The terrain varies from nearly level river bottom country to broken cedar ridges and hills. This is excellent hunting country. There is scattered oil production on the ranch and all of the seller's minerals will convey. $1200 per acre.


The Ewell Mimbres River Ranch has been owned by the same family for over 40 years and this is the first time the property has been offered for sale. The ranch is located in the heart of New Mexico's Southern Gila Region near the community of Mimbres. The property has highway frontage and the clear water flowing Mimbres River forms the centerpiece of this extremely scenic mountain ranch. The property is extremely well watered by the river, tributary creeks, windmills, solar wells, and dirt tanks. The ranch has early priority date water rights out of the river. The grass cover is excellent. Black walnut, juniper, Ponderosa Pine, cottonwood, and live oak are scattered throughout the ranch. The terrain varies from lower river bottom country to moderately steep mountain side slopes. Elevations range from 5900 feet to 7000 feet. The ranch is improved by well-maintained owner's and foreman's homes, outbuildings and pens. The wildlife features on the ranch are significant, with elk, mule deer, turkey and other species. This beautiful live water ranch is priced to sell at $750 per acre.


This long-term family ownership ranch is located northwest of Paducah in the scenic Rolling Plains. The ranch is a combination of native pasture with approximately 634 acres of cultivated land. The topography is rolling with scenic bluffs, wooded bottomlands and productive uplands. The center piece of the ranch is the live water Pease River. The property is watered by the river, springs, dirt tanks and wells. This is a great combination hunting/cattle ranch priced at $1350 per acre.


This recreational property is located northeast of Dickens. The ranch is well maintained with new fences, pens and good waterings. This is a combination mesquite/shinnery country, which offers the best hunting in the area. The terrain is rolling. Asking $1050 per acre.


This scenic recreational/hunting ranch is ideally positioned along the Continental Divide in the heart of Northern New Mexico. The terrain ranges from scenic open meadows and wide valleys to steep timbered mountain peaks. Elevations range from 7800 feet to nearly 10,000 feet. The property is watered by live creeks, mountain springs, numerous ponds and wells. Several larger spring fed ponds are stocked with trout. Improvements include an attractive hunting lodge and a 2000 acre high game fence elk park with approximately 500 privately owned elk included. In addition to hunting within the game park, the ranch receives 63 bull elk rifle permits and 24 bow permits. The price of this outstanding ranch has just been reduced to $37,000,000, or approximately $2,200 per acre, which includes all equipment and many other extras.


The S.O. Headquarters Ranch is located in the scenic Magdalena Mountains of Central New Mexico. The terrain varies from open grama grass plains to rolling piρon and juniper hillsides to Ponderosa Pine Canyon country. Elevations range from 5500 feet to 7200 feet. Elk, mule deer and antelope thrive on the ranch and the property is located in the heart of New Mexico's famous Unit 17, which produces tremendous bull elk year end and year out. The ranch is extremely well improved with a new owner's home, historic lodge, ranch manager's residence and hunter's quarters. The property is watered by wells, pipelines and springs. The price of this outstanding cattle ranch has just been reduced from $4,350,000 to $3,950,000. The seller is very motivated at this time.


The Muleshoe Ranch is positioned along the Magdalena Mountains and has a USFS Permit for 253 animal units year long. The terrain varies from open plains country to elevated mountain country. Piρon and juniper are found in the lower rolling hills, with Ponderosa Pine in the higher areas of the ranch. Elevations range from 6000 feet in the foothills to 10,000 feet on South Baldy Peak. The property is watered by wells and pipeline waterings. This operating ranch is now offered at the reduced price of $1,250,000.

Offered Exclusively By: Chas. S Middleton & Son 1507 13TH STREET • LUBBOCK, TX 79401 (806) 763-5331 FAX: (806) 763-1340 Web Site: www.chassmiddleton.com E-mail Address: sam@csmandson.com



Cottle County, Texas

• NEW LISTING! 165 Acres. Metal shop with shed, well, CRP income, good hunting, highway frontage. $178,000.

• 210 Acres. Great combination place — good hunting and stock pond. Working windmill, some minerals. $1075 per acre.

• 1660 Acres. Near Paducah, good ranch land with hunting, 175 acres cultivation, stock tank, community water, fenced and cross fenced, working pen. $1150 per acre.

• 647 Acres. Good cattle place, large barn, windmill, some minerals will convey. $1050 per acre.

• 542 Acres. 400 acres cultivation, half of owner’s minerals convey. * REDUCED to $850/acre!!

Foard County, Texas

• 117 Acres. Seven miles south of Crowell. Mostly cultivation, ap-proximately ten acres of pasture, ½ minerals will convey. REDUCED to $900 per acre. Bring offers.

Wise County, Texas

• 26 Acres. Great soil, big trees, beautiful building spot.

Taylor County, Texas

• 160 Acres. Fenced, good grass, great hunting. $1425/acre.

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Call: Bill Shanklin, Broker 940/521-2176



Texline, Texas Farm: 1650± acres, center pivot irrigation with dryland corners. Diversity of crop production and cattle applications, excellent roads and nearby grain facilities, feedyards and sale barns.

Texline, Texas Farm: 796± acres with 453± acres irrigated, corn, wheat, and milo production, cow/calf operation, nice new home, corrals, shop.

View more listings on: www.RanchLand.com TX License #9000849 Zurick Labrier • 806/681-9099


Your Lender of Choice for Farm and Ranch Mortgages

- Long-term fixed or adjustable rate financing

- Competitive interest rates

- Minimum loan size of $1,000,000

Dan Serna, Austin, Texas 512-947-7056 dserna@metlife.com Ken Crump, Amarillo, Texas 806-622-0302 kcrump@metlife.com www.metlife.com/ag Agricultural Investments MetLife


RANCH REALTY Wesley Crooks, Broker/Owner 325/656-1400 • 325/658-7000 Richard: 325/650-4480 Jerri: 325/656-2188 ranchrlt.com • wesley@wcc.net

HUNTER’S SPECIAL — RUNNELS COUNTY, TEXAS. 120.7 acres, 60 acres cultivation, two ponds, four water wells, two have pumps into ponds if needed, cabin with a/c, highway frontage, county road on east side — deer, dove, quail, etc. $264,000.

268.42 ACRES — MIITCHELL COUNTY, TEXAS. Super hunting ranch located approximately 24 miles north of Robert Lee on west side of highway. Lots of deer, turkey, quail, dove and hogs. Has an excellent set of working pens. Two surface ponds, two wells, one windmill, two blinds, two feeders, one barn. Comes with ½ of owned minerals. High fence on one side with new fences on the other three sides.

CATTLE PENS — SAN ANGELO, TEXAS. Large set of pens with weigh scales, working pens, adjustable loading chute, covered pens, great to hold and work cattle.



Nine Bar Land & Cattle “Ranchers Selling Ranches” — www.wesellranchland.com Helen Dockal, Broker — 325/347-8020 Anytime • 325/347-2571 Mobile Tim Dockal, Agent: 325/347-2570 Randy Kruse, Agent: 325/347-2520 Randy Moore, Agent: 325/347-2136 Tana Autrey, Agent: 979/422-3074

998± Acres — Mason County, Texas. Heritage ranch 20 miles southwest of Mason. Gently rolling terrain graduating to rugged canyons with mile long views along Rocky Creek which runs the length of the property. One well. Moderate cover. Excellent hunting! $3,494,155. CONTRACT

60± Acres — Mason County, Texas. Private ranch retreat with stunning topography, views, 3000± ft seasonal creek frontage, custom built barndominium. $495,000.

95± Acres — Menard County, Texas. San Saba River Tract!!! Near Hext, small cabin, old cultivation, good hunting/fishing, well and electricity. Nice recreational property. $475,000.

60± Acres — Mason County, Texas. Excellent productive acreage, 30 acres improved grasses, 20 acres cultivation, two Hickory Sand Wells 300± gpm. Sandy loam soils perfect hay for production, cattle operation, vineyard. Nice homesite. $396,939.

184± Acres — Menard County, Texas. Tri-county area, access from Highway 377 to short easement road. Excellent hunting/livestock ranch! Deep sandy loam soils, 20 acre field, tank, equipped water well. Good cow country and great hunting!!! $632,400. UNDER CONTRACT


• 34,000 head feedyard in western Kansas on 629± acres of land. Both steam flake and dry roll feedmills. Four large pit silos. Suitable for dairy heifer development.

• Feedyard with irrigated farm ground in western Nebraska. Permitted for 17,500 head. Well drained. Feedmill upgraded in 2015.

• 4500 head grow yard near I-40 in Texas Panhandle. Extremely well maintained. Full line of equipment.

Eslabon Properties A Div. of George Clift Ent., Inc. Richard Bretz 806/463-3371 • 806/674-7211 David Hutchins 806/681-5342 www.eslabonproperties.com


CHRISTOVAL RANCH — 959 ACRE Toe Nail Trail property is 20 minutes from San Angelo and adjacent to the popular small town of Christoval which features good schools and the South Concho River. It has a good cover of oak and its high hills offer scenic vistas. The ranch is a diamond in the rough with excellent recreational and aesthetic appeal. Some minerals available. PRICE $1,328,000

CHIP COLE, RANCH BROKER 325/655-3555 • chipcoleranchbroker.com


Century 21, Sadler and Assoc., LLC 1411 West Dickinson Blvd. — Fort Stockton, Texas 79735

Betty Hickman: 432/290-1931 • www.century21.com (Location: 79735)

• 1169 Acres: Brushy Canyon, SW Crockett County, Texas, all or parts. Tracts from 341 acres for $175,615 up to 1169 acres for $608,275. Surveyed, Highway frontage, water, electricity, on some, good roads, rim rock, quality whitetail, turkey, dove, quail.

• Sanderson, Texas. 240 acres, small cabin, carport, storage, whitetail, get away, $80,000.

• Pecos County, Texas. 666.68 Belding Road. 4 irrg. wells, 112. 51 acres mineral classified.





10 Acre Tract — north of Big Lake, Texas.

29 Acres — Junction, Kimble County, Texas. River property.

30 Acres — South Big Lake, Texas. 550 ft. highway frontage.

33 Acres — Kimble County, Texas. Two bedroom, two bath stone house on the Llano River.

46 Acres — Caliche pit north of Big Lake, Texas.

50 Acres — Irion County, Texas. Bull run.

60 Acres — Tom Green County, Texas. Two water wells, electricity, on FM 1692.

161 Acres — Schleicher County, Texas. High fenced, rock and cedar cabin, water well, electricity, exotics, great access.

236 Acres — Menard County, Texas. On Highway 190, live oaks, mesquite, electricity. Owner will cost share a water well.

300 Acres — North Reagan County, Texas. Two water wells, some cultivation.

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Please Check Our Website For Other Listings Or Call Us!

San Angelo: 800/880-0769


GREAT PRICE — Concho County, Texas. Turnkey with 250 exotics, house, lodge, barns and excellent fence. $1925/acre. Also option to buy without exotics.

300 Acres — North of San Angelo, Texas on FM 2662. New water well, paved frontage, surface pond stocked with fish. Great hunting property. $1325/acre. Partial minerals.

324 Acres — East of San Angelo, Texas on FM 765 near Eola. Rural water, barns and pens, all new fences, some acreage was previously in farmland. $2250/acre.

REDUCED! 314 Acres — North Of Robert Lee, Texas. Two water wells, house and barn, 36x36 shop. $1495/acre.

1137 Acres — Runnels County, Texas. Three water wells, electricity, several dirt tanks, highway frontage, live oaks. $1250/acre. Minerals available.

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Southeast Of San Angelo, Texas — Frog Pond Ranch: 450 acres 28 miles southeast of San Angelo, Texas on US 87. Gently rolling to level mesquite, some live oak country. Solar well, earth pond on Frog Pond Creek. Deer, turkey, quail and dove. Some minerals. $1200 per acre. UNDER CONTRACT

Knickerbocker, Texas — Live Oak Ranch: 640± acres one mile south of Knickerbocker, Texas in Tom Green County. Live oak, brand new fences, one water well and has had brush management on the property.

Horseshoe Nail Ranch — Christoval, Texas: 925 acres 21 miles southeast of Christoval. Extremely scenic live oak country. Custom built 5000 sq.ft. austin-stone home with all of the extras. Indoor swimming pool. Good hunting and minerals. Highway frontage!

Southwest Taylor County, Texas: 756 acres rolling cedar, mesquite and some oak with good grass turf, on pavement near Happy Valley. Good hunting. Minerals. $1000 per acre.

Tom Green County, Texas: Crow’s Nest Ranch, located nine miles north of San Angelo, this very scenic ranch has it all from mountains to nice creek bottoms. Scattered live oak throughout this very productive cattle country. Deer, turkey and quail hunting is excellent along with a nice hunting lodge. Fences are in very good shape. Minerals.

Nolan County, Texas: 1025 acres, $1195 per acre. South of Sweetwater, close to Maryneal. Minerals, home, barn, working pens. Good water well with concrete storage reservoir.

Nolan County, Texas: 160 acres, thick brush, no improvements with deer, turkey, hogs, quail and dove.

Coke County, Texas: 575 acres, part cultivated, part pasture, over 2000 sq.ft. home, very nice, top notch eight-stall horse barn and separate stud barn, Colorado River frontage.

Jones County, Texas: 320 acres, improved ranch with minerals, two bedroom mobile home with large front screened in porch and back deck, metal barn, steel corrals, good fencing, excellent hunting — deer, turkey, hogs, quail and dove. Price reduced to sell.

Fisher County, Texas: 951 acres, new to market, excellent ranch, new fences, nice 2600 sq.ft. lodge, rural and well water, new cattle pens, some wheat and CRP, good access, lots of wildlife which has been well managed. Must see!

Brown County, Texas: 97± acres, gorgeous house over looking a valley. Barn, horse stalls, walker, arena and more. All high fenced with genetically superior whitetail deer. Call today for more information.

Briscoe County, Texas: 5931± acres, once a part of the historic JA Ranch in the eastern Texas panhandle, this secluded ranch in the lower Palo Duro Canyon provides great livestock potential plus excellent hunting for trophy mule deer, whitetail, aoudad, quail, dove and some turkey. Hogs and varmints are free. ½ of sellers minerals. Only $775 per acre UNDER CONTRACT

LEE, LEE & PUCKITT San Angelo, Texas www.llpranchland.com 325/655-6989


Lockhart Real Estate HC 1, Box 38 • Barksdale, Texas 78828 830/234-3415 — FAX: 830/234-3515 E-mail: lockhart@swtexas.net • Web: www.jlockhartrealestate.com JESSE LOCKHART, JR., Broker

Double Knot Mountain Ranch — Uvalde County, Texas — 822 Acres • $1700/Acre.

Psalm XXIII Ranch — Edwards County, Texas — 3673 Acres • $1450/Acre.

Shoe Peg Mountain Ranch — Uvalde County, Texas — 191 Acres • $2252/Acre. SOLD

Nueces River Ranch — Edwards County, Texas — 1285 Acres • $2719/Acre — Live Water.

Sweeten Ranch — Real County, Texas — 128 Acres • $3500 Acre.

Poquito Grande Ranch — Kinney County, Texas — 874 Acres • $1487/acre.

Tom Williams Ranch — Edwards County, Texas — 48 Acres • REDUCED! $450,000! — Live Water.

Flat Rock Ranch — Edwards County, Texas — 2000 Acres • $10,000,000 — Live Water.

LAND OWNERS !! We need listings. We know rural real estate. Let us put our knowledge and experience to work for you.

LOCKHART REAL ESTATE Jesse Lockhart Jr, Broker — 830/234-3415 Allen: 830/683-7028 Steven: 830/279-6480 David: 432/238-6292



Jerry DeBord – Broker/Appraiser Office: 325/597-4357 866/237-1145 1402 S. Bridge Brady, Texas 76825 See Our Website For Complete List Of Ranches We Have For Sale www.debordrealestate.com jerry@debordrealestate.com

127 Lakeview Drive — Brady, Texas. One of the best Brady Lake homes and best lakefront locations. This large brick 3 bedroom, 3½ bath home has many amenities and a beautiful view of the lake from the back porch. It has a very large lot with oaks and two septic systems. Storage is abundant with a separate two car garage. Only $250,000. Call for an appointment.

180 Acres — McCulloch County, Texas. If you are looking for that small, great hunting property, not hunted for ten years — this is it. Very wooded with scattered large oaks, mesquites, mixed brush and two large ponds. It has paved frontage with rural water and electricity available. Don't miss this one. $2775 per acre.

320 Acres — McCulloch County, Texas. Great combination property for hunting, livestock and farming. Good for dove and deer hunting with some farmland. There are two tanks. Rural water is available on the county road and electricity is on the property. Only $1550 per acre.


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