Cattle Ranches, Horse Ranches, and Farms

Cattle Ranches, Horse Ranches, and Farms

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Name

Price

Size
(acres)

Location

Bud Johnson Horse Ranch & Roping Arena

$360,000

17.58

Pima County, Arizona

Bushman Farm and Ranch - SOLD

$490,000

416

Navajo County, Arizona

Rafter X Ranch

$7,000,000

17,521.88

Cochise County, Arizona

Hunt Farm

$1,290,000

891.60

Apache County, Arizona

Contreras Ranch

$2,250,000

8,927.179

Yavapai County, Arizona

Interstate 40 Dennison Interchange

$679,176

113.196

Coconino County, Arizona

Ted Lee Farm

$790,000

99.126

Graham County, Arizona

W Diamond Ranch - IN ESCROW

$3,600,000

9,750.35

Yavapai County, Arizona

Black Rock Ranch - SOLD

$1,200,000

50,245.00

Navajo County, Arizona

Morgan Ranch - SOLD
$750,000
1200.39
Graham County, Arizona
Rolands Ranch - SOLD

$950,000

24,658.70

Mohave County, Arizona

Snure Ranch - SOLD

$3,400,000

31,628.49

Cochise County, Arizona

Squaretop Ranch - SOLD

$1,500,000

15,757.87

Cochise County, Arizona

 

Arizona cattle ranches are diverse in elevation, climate and land patterns across the state.  Almost all Arizona ranches have some deeded land but the carrying capacity is usually in the form of grazing leases from state or federal agencies.  This is reflected in the total land ownership of the State of Arizona. 

 16% of the total 72,960,000 acres in the state is in private ownership.  About 13% of the state is State Trust Land, 15% is United States Forest Service land and 20% is U.S. Bureau of Land Management lands.  28% of the state is held in Indian Reservations and about 8% is other government land, i.e. military bases, veterans hospitals, other government ownerships. 

 The private land outside the cities and towns of Arizona together with the grazing leases from the State of Arizona, the Forest Service and the BLM are where Arizona ranches are located.  None of the Indian Reservations or other government lands are included in Arizona ranches that may be boughct or sold.  Therefore, generally an Arizona Ranch will have 10% or less deeded land in its land tenure with the majority of the carrying capacity held by a grazing lease from one or more of the agencies.  Typically, the deeded land in the ranch is where the headquarters is located and has the majority of the value in an Arizona Ranch.  Because there is such a limited amount of deeded land in the state, even deeded rangeland carries a value that is proportionately higher than you might expect because it controls a larger area of grazing leases and gives stability to the ranching operation.  

Please Call us to discuss the grazing leases and the carrying capacities of our listings.

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