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BEAR CREEK RANCH - WY, USA

Bear Creek Ranch is a unique legacy property located along the western slope of the Big Horn Mountains in Big Horn County, Wyoming. Stretching from the base of the mountains to the Big Horn River, Bear Creek Ranch is comprised of 2,725 deeded acres. Ranging from 4,000 to 8,000 feet in elevation, the ranch’s irrigated pastures, open range lands, creeks, springs and canyons, are home to an abundance of Rocky Mountain wildlife.  Bear Creek Ranch represents all facets of a Wyoming legacy ranch with 250 irrigated acres of senior water rights.

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RANCHO CORTES - COSTA RICA

This gorgeous 32 acre farm is made up of rolling hills, secondary forest with beautiful rivers that run through the property creating waterfalls and swimming holes. Amazing valley views that extend for miles with all day long breezes. Sunset’s year round and extreme lush animal life all around the property makes it attractive to any client buying in Costa Rica. The property borders over 150 meters of main public road with electric in place to the entrance of the farm. Water rights are also available This farm sits exactly behind the Terraba Grande River with over 400 species of birds, including the famous Scarlet Macaws, that migrate throughout the area. The newly zoned Sierpe International airport is only a 20 minute drive South and the new Hospital de Osa, San Buenas golf course and beaches are only a 15 minute drive North. This farm is a must see for any ranch buyer looking in Southern Costa Rica.

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CAMBRIDGE - IDAHO, USA

CAMBRIDGE, IDAHO Grass and Alfalfa Hay Farm. This Beautiful property sits in the Breathtaking Weiser River Valley. Surrounded by the snow capped Salmon River Mountains and consists of +/-1250 Deeded Acres with an additional 40 Acres of BLM. This property has both sides of the Little Weiser River Frontage for 1.5 miles.  The Farm come complete with 600 acres of adjudicated water rights and an additional 500 acres of water rights from Ben Ross Reservoir. The Farm presently produces 1800 tons of hay.