Ranches for Sale

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Neither Land & Livestock International, Inc. nor any of its officers or directors are real estate brokers or licensed appraisers. We are trained and experienced range managers and range-livestock economists.

We do not accept any kind of “commission” or other fee based on a percentage of the transaction. We strictly represent the buyer for a negotiable hourly, daily, monthly, or annual consulting fee.

We assist the buyer in doing his/her due diligence including, but not limited to: generating a strategic plan for the ranching business, evaluating the carrying capacity of the land, acquiring cattle, grazing planning, land (infrastructure) planning, generating cash flow projections and break-even analyses, capital budgeting, negotiating the purchase, hiring, training and supervising operational level management, dealing with federal land management agencies and any other tasks necessary to the consummation of the purchase and the management of a successful business.

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Long Meadow Ranch
Prescott, Yavapai County, Arizona

The Long Meadow Ranch is one of the finest agricultural offerings in the Southwestern United States.  Located 22 miles northwest of downtown Prescott, the ranch’s 2,151.01± deeded acres include approximately 200± acres of irrigated land – of which 120± acres are sub-irrigated.  The balance of the land is tremendously productive native grass.  The ranch is located outside of the Prescott AMA and has an abundance of water with eight wells which produce between 10 and 550 GPM, there is also a Certificate of Water Adequacy from the Arizona Department of Water Resources for residential and non-residential uses of 3,156.4 acre feet annually.  This offering provides an excellent investment opportunity.  The ranch is highly improved and will allow a new owner substantial depreciation.  The ranch’s deeded land in conjunction with the adjacent Prescott National Forest grazing permit is rated at 200± head cow/calf year long.  The ranch has an excellent herd of predominantly black cattle.  In addition to the grazing, the ranch has historically baled fescue and red clover hay on the irrigated land.  The ranch is in an area of some of the most exclusive developments in northern Arizona such as American Ranch, Las Vegas Ranch, Talking Rock Ranch, Inscription Canyon Ranch and Crossroads Ranch making the ranch a great candidate for a conservation easement.  The Long Meadow is also favorable for the sportsman as it is home to one of the state’s premier antelope herds, chukker and pheasant have also been raised for hunting.  This ranch has it all and is offered turnkey for a new owner.  $14,500,000

Hacienda Amado Ranch
Patagonia, Santa Cruz County, Arizona

51 deeded acres, 21,607 acres USFS. $6,385,000

 

Circle Bar
23 deeded acre USFS inholding; 97,885 USFS grazing acres. 525 AU.

The Circle Bar Ranch is located northeast of Fountain Hills on both sides of S.R. 87, north of the Salt River and south of Sunflower, from Four Peaks on the east to the Fort McDowell Reservation to the west. $1,500,000

210 Acre Alpine Property
Alpine, Apache County, Arizona

±210 Acres in the heart of the beautiful mountain town of Alpine, AZ, bordering the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. With highway frontage; private lake frontage along Judd Lake on the San Francisco River; 150 acre feet of transferrable irrigation rights; large, open meadowlands; and acreage in the tall Ponderosa Pines – this property would lend itself to multiple possibilities. Commercial, high end residential, equine properties, grazing, hunting and vacation rentals – take advantage of the opportunity to create something unique from this blank slate!

The property includes a house and seven cabins tucked into the pines along the north east side of Hwy 180, also known as the Coronado Trail. These cabins were traditionally used as vacation rentals and date back to the 1940’s. All buildings are in need of repair/remodel, but could possibly be restored and put back into use as vintage rentals. One cabin, located on the edge of town, is currently being rented as office space. Property also includes the historic barn and corrals. $8,748,000

“The Confluence”
Camp Verde, Yavapai County, Arizona
Confluence of Verde River and Beaver Creek

  • 61.2 acres at the Beaver Creek confluence with the Verde River
  • Outstanding riparian characteristics along two perennial waterways
  • Approximately bordered by 1/2 mile of Beaver Creek, 1/4 mile of Verde River and 1/2 mile of Coconino National Forest
  • Approximately up to 30 acres have been irrigated, with a line roll sprinkler on about 18 acres currently $2,400,000

202 Ranch
8 miles SE of Willcox – Cochise County, Arizona

The 202 Ranch consists of approximately 1,802 acres of private land.  It is very rare to find one hundred percent deeded land ranches in southeastern Arizona without state or federal grazing leases.  The approximate cattle carrying capacity is 30 head annually depending on rainfall. $1,100,000

Pat Hills Ranch
25 miles southeast of Willcox – Cochise County, Arizona

The Pat Hills Ranch consists of approximately 1,905 acres of private land.  It is very rare to find one hundred percent deeded land ranches in southeastern Arizona without state or federal grazing leases.  The approximate cattle carrying capacity is 30 head annually depending on rainfall. $1,100,000

Las Guijas Ranch
Aravaica – Pima County, Arizona

The Las Guijas Ranch is located in southeastern Arizona approximately 65 miles south of Tucson.  The property is approximately 1 mile northwest of Arivaca and is accessed via the Old Ruggles Road.

The Las Guijas Ranch is a one of the largest blocks of private land in the Arivaca area.  The topography creates many wonderful building sites with expansive views in many directions.  The canyon bisecting the property yields a very private area within the parcel.  This is a very unique property that is within an easy commute to Tucson. $325,000

Fouur Ranch
Dragoon – Cochise County, Arizona

1,280 acres deeded; Fouur Allotment State Lease. $3,000,000

 

23 Acre Benson Horse Property
Benson, Cochise County, Arizona

Built in 1991, Coyote Hill is a three bedroom, two bath, 2469 s.f. custom built home with horse facilities situated on approximately 23.59 acres. The unique, curved design highlights the beautiful views over the San Pedro Valley. $460,000

36 Acre Elgin Equestrian Estate
Elgin/Sonoita area – Santa Cruz County, Arizona

This beautiful home was designed and built with care and attention to detail.  With high-end finishes and set on 36+ acres of grassland, the property is priced below cost value to sell quickly. $975,000

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About Land & Livestock Interntional, Inc.

Land and Livestock International, Inc. is a leading agribusiness management firm providing a complete line of services to the range livestock industry. We believe that private property is the foundation of America. Private property and free markets go hand in hand—without property there is no freedom. We also believe that free markets, not government intervention, hold the key to natural resource conservation and environmental preservation. No government bureaucrat can (or will) understand and treat the land with as much respect as its owner. The bureaucrat simply does not have the same motives as does the owner of a capital interest in the property. Our specialty is the working livestock ranch simply because there are so many very good reasons for owning such a property. We provide educational, management and consulting services with a focus on ecologically and financially sustainable land management that will enhance natural processes (water and mineral cycles, energy flow and community dynamics) while enhancing profits and steadily building wealth.
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One Response to Ranches for Sale

  1. futuret says:

    I AM NOT IN THE MARKET WHATSOEVER TO PURCHASE A RANCH, NOR AM I IN THE PROFESSION TO MAINTAIN ONE WITH TENDER LOVING CARE, DEDICATION, OR KNOWLEDGE; HOWEVER, THESE LISTINGS TO GIVE INSIGHT AND KNOWLEDGE OF WHAT OUR RANCHES ARE LIKE. AN EXCELLENT POST FOR EDUCATION MONETARILY AND THE UP KEEP. JUST TO MAKE A NOTE, IN JAPAN WHEN A FARMER NOW RETIRES, THEY ARE REPLACING FARMERS WITH ROBOTS. YES, ROBOTS EVERYWHERE I KID YOU NOT. ONE IN EXCESS CONCEPT TO KEEP IN MIND, A FARMER HAS A HEART, SOUL, AND MIND; A ROBOT DOES NOT. SHOULD I SAY THE SOIL IS MISSING SOMETHING??? LOVE TO PEOPLE OF AGRICULTURE AND PEOPLE OF THE SEA. THANK YOU MY HEAVENLY FATHER YAHVEH, FOR GIVING THESE FOLKS THE STRENGTH AND THE WISDOM TO GET MY FOOD AND DRINK TO MY TABLE. I SHALL REMEMBER YA’ALL WHEN THE FOOD AND DRINK IS IN MY MOUTH.

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