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Breathtaking Eagle Ridge Ranch

Eagle Ridge Ranch consists of 10,237 contiguous acres in beautiful Spanish Fork Canyon, Utah. This gorgeous ranch is bordered on the north by two and a half miles of the Spanish Fork River, has an eastern boundary of Thistle Creek, and a western boundary flanked by Loafer Mountain Wildlife Area. This ranch has very diverse topography as well as many creeks, springs and a private lake. Although Eagle Ridge Ranch is very secluded, it is within ten minutes of the city of Spanish Fork and the rapidly expanding Wasatch Front. Planning assessments have been prepared for the property covering several aspects of development.
Just listed at $35,000,000.











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There are many ranch properties for sale in New Mexico. The terrain is so diverse.... There are grassy plains where cattle ranches stretch as far as the eye can see and large herds of antelope abound. At any time, you are likely to see cowboys and their trusty cattle dogs moving cows from pasture to pasture.
Then there are the rolling hills covered with Juniper and Pinion Pine, which frequently transition into the high country with majestic Ponderosas. Here cattle ranches will be used as hunting properties from September thru December. The size of the ranch properties for sale ranges from as small as a section to several thousand acres. Generally, ranches in southwest New Mexico will receive a number of landowner tags each year for elk, as well as for antelope for those ranches located in the plains. New Mexico is called the Land of Enchantment, and anyone who has visited this beautiful ranchland will surely agree!

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The archery hunting season in New Mexico is over. For 25 days in September, hunters had a wonderful time searching the lands for big bulls or cows. They had to deal with all kinds of weather conditions, from warm days to thunder and lightning, rain (sometimes torrential) and even mornings with fog.
This is the time that many of our cattle ranches become temporary hunting properties. However, hunting these ranches is not an easy task. Most are large - several 1000's acres - the terrain can be steep, rocky or heavily treed.
This bull was taken on one of our ranches for sale – Heavenly Acres in Luna. This same hunter missed a 350 bull and passed on another 330 bull – There certainly are some very nice bulls on this ranch: Heavenly Acres – listed at $3,800,000.

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While Magdalena, New Mexico, is known as the Trails End, Oak Creek Canyon is, in itself, a trails end of its own.  Private and secluded at the furthest southern point of Hop Canyon, the 204 acres of Oak Creek Canyon are tucked away amidst a variety of trees, shrubs, and wildflowers flanked by spectacular mountain sides, with the sound of Hop Canyon Creek flowing through the property several months of the year.
Oak Creek Canyon is surrounded by the Cibola National Forest, placing over sixty miles of trails, and several hundred thousand acres of forestland, for hiking, backpacking, and exploring at its doorstep.  Trails circling around the property lead to North Baldy Peak, and from there on to South Baldy Peak which reaches an elevation of 10,783 feet and is home to Langmuir Laboratories conducting studies of cloud processes, lightning, hail, and rain.   Oak Creek Canyon itself sits at an elevation of 7,500 to 8,500 feet.  Conveniently located only fifteen minutes from Magdalena, and forty-five minutes from Socorro, many of the residents of Hop Canyon commute to work while enjoying the luxury of quiet mountain living.  A small bus is available for easy and affordable travel to and from Magdalena and Socorro .
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The countdown has begun! Only a couple of weeks until the start of the big game hunting season in New Mexico. Bear and antelope starts towards the end of August, elk and deer September 1st. Preparations are well under way. Many excited folks who drew tags for this Fall season are already scouting, some camps are being prepared, and the “locals” are gearing up for the influx of hunters.
 
Although it is too late for this year, now is the time to look around and find that perfect property. Many of the larger ranches receive landowner tags each year, and even the smaller properties can receive elk tags through the draw system. 
 
We have a number of larger ranches listed for sale, and can help you find a great property if one of these does not suit your needs. Call us and we will be happy to answer all your questions and show you around.
Bring the whole family: in addition to ranches for sale there are fun things to do in the Southwest part of New Mexico: The county fair in Reserve will take place at the end of August, it always has a great rodeo, and the Pie festival in Pie Town will be held the second Saturday of September.
 
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Summer is a wonderful time to search for a ranch in Southwest New Mexico. In addition to warm days, cooling monsoon showers in the afternoon, and cool, pleasant nights, there is so much to see and do.
 
If looking to buy a working cattle ranch, there are round ups, sorting and branding of livestock, moving cattle from pasture to pasture; most work done the old fashioned way on horseback. And if you haven’t had your fill of the old west, there are rodeos and team roping events almost every weekend, often followed by cookouts or dancing to a western band. And if you happen to be near Datil, be sure to visit the town of Gabriella, a replica village of the old west complete with a church, saloon, stable, and country stores.  from time to time, the local reenactment theater group will put on performances, which are a lot of fun to watch.
 
We still have several ranches available for sale, and we are always ready to give you a tour of one or more. Looking for a type of ranch we do not have in our listings? We can find the perfect one for you.
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Branding time is here again! May and June are the months that the branding of calves takes place here in Southwest New Mexico. It becomes a big family and friends affair. First all the cows and calves need to be rounded up, and considering the pastures are often several hundred acres, this means lots of time in the saddle. On the larger ranches, this can take days to weeks. A hard days work usually is followed by a large BBQ, and a good time is had by all. If it has always been a dream to live the Western way of life,
let us find you a ranch for sale. Call us at 575-772-5997.
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South West New Mexico is known for its varied and beautiful landscapes, from endless plains to majestic mountain ranges, and of course for its fantastic hunting opportunities.
 
In addition though there are many interesting places to visit. A fun weekend would start with the Bosque Del Apache, a wildlife refuge between Albuquerque and Socorro. There are many species of birds to be found.  Drive further south and you will get to Spaceport America. This is the home base to many commercial space flight and rocket launch programs. Visitors can take a 3.5 hr. tour in and around the port. To cool off, drive over to Elephant Butte State Park. There is camping, boating, fishing, swimming etc. Of course a visit to this part of New Mexico would not be complete without a stop in Hatch, home of the famous Hatch green chile. The chile pepper is New Mexico’s state vegetable, and is used in many dishes, from eggs to burgers to Pizza.
 
And after all this don’t forget to take a look around the ranches for sale, be they small or large. We are always ready to show you some great  properties.
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Price reduced: Trotter Ranch, Quemado, NM from $2,600,000 to $2,100,000.Trotter Ranch
Sweeping views of the Sawtooth Mountains to the east and Mariano Mesa to the west, along with a blend of rolling hills and mesas covered in pinon pine and alligator juniper, flowing into meadows of gramma grass and wildflowers, capture the essence of the 3,200 acre Trotter Ranch, consisting of 2,640 deeded acres and 560 BLM leased acres.
A unique hunting property, the Trotter Ranch is located in an area known for quality elk and mule deer. Located in Game Management Unit 12 the ranch typically receives 5 elk permits. Although primarily a hunting ranch, wells and storage tanks along with a variety of native grasses will support 40 to 50 cow/ calf year round.
The Trotter Ranch is just minutes from the village of Quemado at a gentle elevation of 6,900 feet. The Apache National Forest, located just 15 miles south of the Trotter Ranch, offers a variety of recreational activities including hiking, horseback riding, camping, fishing, 4 wheeling, exploring, and more.
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2016-05-24
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The big game draw results for the 2016 hunting season were published yesterday, and all over the States hunters are either very happy or very sad.
Although the deer and elk seasons do not start until September, for those that were successful, lots of preparation and anticipation will make the next few months pretty busy. There are maps to be studied, gear to prepare, and of course lots of practice with either the bow, muzzle loader or rifle.
But for everyone, successful or not, here is a reminder that there are many ranches for sale in South West New Mexico, and quite a few of them are eligible for landowner tags, be it for elk or antelope.
So do not hesitate to call us at 575-772-5997 and we will be more than happy to show you around.
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2016-04-28
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