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Should I Survey My Ranch?

One of the more common questions we receive from buyers of ranches for sale is “Do I need to have the ranch surveyed?” In a perfect world with unlimited time and resources, it would always be beneficial for a buyer … Continued

Sold Ranches: Snodgrass Trailhead Protected by Crested Butte Land Trust

Mirr Ranch Group is pleased to announce the sale of Snodgrass Trailhead, the northern 101 acres of the Promontory Ranch. This sold ranch boasts significant wetlands and wildlife habitat, and is the only public access point for the Snodgrass Mountain Trail. Due … Continued

Ranch Broker McWhorter Now Located in Cody, Wyoming

Mirr Ranch Group announced today that the company has increased its presence in Wyoming. With brokers already in Cheyenne, Sheridan and Wheatland, ranch broker Mac McWhorter is now located in Cody, Wyoming. Mac reports, “Representing ranch buyers and sellers in Wyoming has … Continued

An Overview of Leases on Ranches for Sale

Whether you are an experienced member of a multi-generational ranching family or an out-of-state landowner who visits your property several times a year, understanding and managing leases on ranches for sale is a vitally important part of ranch ownership. Leasing … Continued

Centaur Meadows Ranch – A Wildlife Sanctuary

Centaur Meadows Ranch is one of those rare ranch properties with a wide variety of contrasting attributes: steep rocky outcroppings countered by lush open meadows. Privacy and seclusion, yet located within thirty miles of downtown Denver. Dramatic, wide-open views of … Continued

Haley Mirr Joins Mirr Ranch Group

Mirr Ranch Group is pleased to announce the addition of Haley Mirr to its’ team. Haley grew up in Colorado and from a young age has had a passion for the outdoors, land conservation and the environment. Haley Mirr joins Mirr Ranch … Continued

Water on Colorado Ranches for Sale – Four Basic Definitions

When evaluating Colorado Ranches, it is important for buyers to fully understand a ranch’s water resources and water rights. The presence or absence of water on a ranch can affect a wide spectrum of issues, including land values, agricultural production, wildlife enhancement … Continued

Mac McWhorter to Manage New Cody Offices

Mirr Ranch Group is pleased to announce it will be expanding its presence in Wyoming with the opening of an office in Cody in spring 2015. The new office will be managed by experienced Mirr Ranch Group broker, Mac McWhorter, … Continued

Western Landowners Alliance Article on Gunnison Sage Grouse

Ken Mirr is a proud board member of the Western Landowners Alliance. This week, fellow board members, Mary Conover and Kenyon Fields wrote an op-ed piece in The Salt Lake Tribune entitled “Op-ed: With Right Incentives, Ranchers Want to Help Sage … Continued

Mirr Ranch Group Helps Kick off National Western Stock Show

Mirr Ranch Group is a proud patron sponsor for Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale. The Red Carpet event for the exhibit jump starts the National Western Stock Show every year and supports a great cause. The Mirr Ranch Group team … Continued

Ken Mirr Elected to Western Landowners Alliance Board

Mirr Ranch Group is pleased to announce our founder, Ken Mirr, has been elected to the Board of Directors for the Western Landowners Alliance (WLA). WLA advances policies and practices that sustain working lands, connected landscapes, and native species across … Continued

Promontory Ranch Receives GOCO Funding

This past Tuesday, Great Outdoors Colorado (“GOCO”) announced its biannual funding decisions for conservation and community projects throughout the state. Using funds collected from Colorado’s lottery, GOCO will distribute $6.8 million to protect more than 40,000 acres of private land. … Continued

Top 5 Reasons JE Canyon Ranch is the Most Distinguished Legacy Ranch in the American West

In Colorado, there’s a place hidden away in the heart of endless canyons, red rock formations and vast open space that captures the heart like no place on Earth.  Embrace the sweeping stretches of short grass prairie that vanish from … Continued

Crested Butte Makes Rare Offering Amongst Influx in Ski Resort Sales

Four well-known ski resorts have recently changed ownership, proving to make 2014 an active year for the ski resort market in the Rocky Mountain region. Park City, Durango Mountain Resort, Solitude, and Snowbird have all been sold since the beginning of this year. In … Continued

Centaur Meadows’ Rural Cluster Plan Explained

At first glance, it’s easy to see why the Centaur Meadows Ranch, a Colorado ranch for sale in Evergreen, is such an attractive offering – its lush meadows, spectacular Front Range views, healthy forests, resident wildlife, and accessible yet private … Continued

Great Fall Hunting on Wyoming Ranches for Sale

Great hunting properties start with the location, and what better place to be than Wyoming? Wyoming ranches for sale have many advantages for buying a recreational retreat, such as: vast open spaces, tax advantages, and most importantly the amount of … Continued

Fishing at the Laramie Foothills Reserve

This past weekend, a few of us were able to enjoy the beautiful landscape and incredible private-fly-fishing at the Laramie Foothills Reserve. We spent the day Saturday exploring the canyon and getting acquainted with the resident trout throughout 2.5 miles of the … Continued

Sold Ranches in Oregon: Six Shooter Ranch

Mirr Ranch Group is proud to announce the sale of Six Shooter Ranch. At over 36,000 contiguous deeded acres, the ranch is a vast and beautiful intermountain hunting, recreation, and wilderness retreat. Located just a short drive from the renowned … Continued

Ranch Brokers Attend Conservation Events

Mirr Ranch Group ranch brokers were busy at various conservation events over the past weekend. This included attending the Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust Sunset BBQ and the Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust Roundup BBQ.   Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land … Continued

Ranch Broker Essential Characteristic #6: Passion for the American West

When hiring a ranch broker to facilitate the sale of a Rocky Mountain Ranch for Sale, it is important that the broker be experienced and educated, have a deep understanding of the issues and ranch values, and have a strong … Continued

August Fly-Fishing in Montana

About the Author: Daniel Carter is a ranch broker for Mirr Ranch Group operating out of the Denver, Colorado office. Originally from Bozeman Montana, Daniel understands our western landscapes and enjoys connecting our clients to these special places. He was … Continued

Great Polo in Big Horn, Wyoming

Mirr Ranch Group sponsored the Gallatin Cup at the Flying H Ranch Polo Club in Big Horn, Wyoming this past weekend. Every summer the Flying H Ranch Polo Club brings together some of the world’s greatest polo players for a summer … Continued

Ranch Broker Essential Characteristic #5: Professional Network

The purchase or sale of a Rocky Mountain Ranch can be an enormously complex process with many moving parts.  While an experienced and educated ranch broker can solve most issues that arise, there are times that it is necessary to … Continued

Ranch Broker Essential Characteristic #4: Understanding of Ranch Values

Assuming a ranch broker is experienced, educated, and has a deep understanding of the issues related to ranch ownership, the next most important characteristic is having a thorough Understanding of Ranch Values.  Knowing what a ranch is worth and making informed … Continued

Ranch Broker Essential Characteristic #3: Understanding of the Issues

As discussed in the first two parts of our ongoing series, it is extremely important that ranch buyers and sellers evaluate ranch brokers based on their experience and their education.  Extensive, proven experience and a commitment to ongoing education are … Continued

Ranch Broker Essential Characteristic #2: Education

As discussed in my previous posts, the sale or purchase of a legacy ranch is a complex and high-stakes process that concludes with millions of dollars changing hands.  Because of the significant size of the typical ranch investment, as well … Continued

The Future of the Cattle Market for Wyoming Ranches for Sale

Ranch broker and cattleman, Jared Souza, is also Assistant Ranch Manager of Cottonwood Land and Cattle in Wheatland, Wyoming. An expert in Wyoming ranching and Wyoming ranches for sale (click here), he offers his opinion on the future of cattle … Continued

Ranch Broker Essential Characteristic #1 – Experience

In the ranch brokerage business, as in any profession, there is no substitute for experience gained through focused, consistent, hard work.  No two ranches are alike and every ranch deal is different; so it is vitally important that brokers have … Continued

Hiring a Ranch Broker? Look For These 6 Essential Characteristics

Whether you are buying or selling a ranch for sale, the sales process can be a complicated and lengthy affair, usually involving multiple stakeholders, lots of moving parts, and millions of dollars.  For owners of legacy ranches throughout the American … Continued

River Rafting, Conservation and Connections on the Yampa River

Ranch broker Ken Mirr just returned from a great week river rafting down the Yampa River with our friends at The Trust for Public Land. The trip even included a stop at one of Mirr Ranch Group’s sold ranches. Here’s … Continued

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