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Ranch Marketing Tools, Part 1: Mapping

Ten years ago, if you asked any run-of-the-mill ranch brokerage how they went about ranch marketing, their answer would be fairly simple: place a few print advertisements in farm and ranch magazines, have the property listed on a very basic … Continued

What is a Colorado Conservation Tax Credit?

As ranch brokers assisting buyers and sellers of Colorado ranches for sale, we are commonly asked to explain the basics of Colorado’s conservation tax credit program.  For conservation-minded investors and landowners, Colorado’s tax credit system can provide a practical method … Continued

Last Parcel of Acclaimed & Unique Conservation Property Sells

Mirr Ranch Group is pleased to announce the sale of the last of seven parcels of the Orchard Mesa Reserve. This unique and acclaimed conservation development comprises 150 acres of magnificent orchard, vineyard, and river bluff land on East Orchard … Continued

Wildlife on Ranches for Sale in Colorado – A Useful Research Tool

Whether you are a committed big game hunter, a wildlife photographer, or simply a nature enthusiast, understanding a property’s wildlife population is an important issue to consider when searching for ranches for sale in Colorado.  Elk, deer, sheep, moose, and … Continued

Sold! Riverbend on the North Platte in Saratoga, Wyoming & Other Recent Wyoming Sales

Mirr Ranch Group is pleased to announce the sale of Riverbend on the North Platte in Saratoga, Wyoming. Overlooking the North Platte River, 5 miles from Saratoga, Wyoming, the 110 +/- acre Riverbend on the North Platte is a high-end … Continued

Bark Beetles & Forest Fires – A Common Misconception

One of the major ecological issues facing the Rocky Mountain Region, particularly for buyers and sellers of working and recreational ranches, is the current beetle infestation that is taking place in many large forests throughout the west.  As anyone familiar … Continued

Wyoming Ranches: Mirr Ranch Group Sponsors Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust Event

Back in August, Mirr Ranch Group was a silver sponsor at the Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust  (WSGALT) Annual Roundup BBQ, a celebration of protecting working Wyoming ranches. Ken Mirr and his family attended the event on August 24, 2013 … Continued

Ranches for Sale in Utah: Trees Ranch Adjoining Zion National Park Sold by Mirr Ranch Group

Trees Ranch, a 2,066-acre ecologically-rich property surrounded by Zion National Park and the Canaan Wilderness Area in Springdale, Utah, was recently sold by Mirr Ranch Group of Denver, Colo. Listed for $25 million, the conservation property sold to a private … Continued

Mirr Ranch Group Adds Ranch Broker Woody Beardsley to Team

Mirr Ranch Group is pleased to introduce the latest addition to our team of educated and experienced ranch brokers, Woody Beardsley.  A rancher and conservationist, he comes to us with a long and accomplished career in ranching and land use. … Continued

This Spring’s Top 3 Colorado Land Conservation Updates

Ranch broker Ed Roberson updates us on the latest conservation updates that affect Colorado ranches for sale.  During the first half of 2013, leaders from Colorado’s conservation and agricultural communities have been working diligently behind the scenes with our state’s … Continued

Ranch Broker Experience: Spring Branding, A Rocky Mountain Tradition

Ranch broker Ed Roberson offers his experience and thoughts on the annual spring branding at the Cottonwood Land and Cattle. Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the annual spring branding at Cottonwood Land and Cattle near Wheatland, Wyoming.   … Continued

Insure Your Property Against Drought

This article is written by Jen Livsey, a Pasture Insurance Specialist for Texas AgFinance, about insuring your ranch  against drought. A graduate of the masters program at the King Ranch Institute for Ranch Management, Jen is an expert in all … Continued

The US Farm Bill – Current Status & Potential Impact on Conservation Properties

Ranch broker Ed Roberson offers a brief overview of the current status of the Farm Bill and its effect on conservation properties in this blog entry.  In future posts, we will be addressing some of the more detailed aspects of … Continued

Coors Western Art Sale Supports Colorado Ranches for Sale

As the 107th National Western Stock Show closed out another year yesterday, we like to look back on this year’s stock show and how it supports Colorado ranches for sale and Wyoming ranches for sale. Mirr Ranch Group was proud … Continued

The Fiscal Cliff Deal and its Effect on Conservation Properties for Sale

Now that the dust has finally settled from the much-publicized “Fiscal Cliff” battle, landowners and ranch buyers can begin to understand the implications that the resulting legislation will have on ranch ownership and their conservation properties for sale.  While the … Continued

Sold Hunting Properties: Barela Mesa Ranch

Mirr Ranch Group is pleased to announce the sale of the Barela Mesa Ranch, an addition to our portfolio of sold hunting properties. The Barela Mesa Ranch story is a great testament to how the 60+ years collective experience hunting … Continued

Sold Ranch: Inholding in Dinosaur National Monument Sold By Mirr Ranch Group

Denver, Colo. [December 13, 2012] – The Mantle Ranch, surrounded by the 225,000-acre Dinosaur National Monument, was sold by listing brokerage, Mirr Ranch Group of Denver, Colo. on Monday. The sold ranch was considered to be one of the top … Continued

The Hunt of a Lifetime for Hunting Properties Specialist and Ranch Broker

Ranch broker and hunting properties specialist Jeff Hubbard harvested this California Bighorn Ram earlier this month in the Newfoundland Mountains of northwest Utah. Jeff was lucky enough to draw this extraordinary tag at the 2012 Western Hunting and Conservation Expo … Continued

Case Study: Conservation Properties

Ranch broker Ed Roberson, and author of ranch and conservation blog, Mountain and Prairie, explains his experiences with conservation properties and conservation easements. In this case study, he specifically uses Colorado ranch for sale, The Preserve, as an example of … Continued

Conservation Properties for Sale: Update on Conservation Easements & Colorado Land

Conservation properties for sale are tracts of land on the market that have conservation values. These types of properties often utilize a conservation easement. In this blog, we will define a conservation easement, and explain its impact on Colorado land. … Continued

Land for Sale in US National Parks

On CBS This Morning, there was recently a great segment on land for sale within our US national parks. Mirr Ranch Group specializes in such properties, and currently has the following ranches for sale within these boundaries: Mantle Ranch, an … Continued

Utah Ranches for Sale: Wild Bison Roaming on the Sandy Ranch

During a recent tour of the Sandy Ranch, one of our Utah ranches for sale, with prospective buyers, ranch broker Ken Mirr came across a portion of the wild bison herd that roam the leased ground near the Henry Mountains. … Continued

Hunting Properties for Sale: 360″ and 330″ Archery Bulls Killed Last Week at Elk Song Ranch

Last week, Bill Barnett and his son killed two beautiful bulls on Elk Song Ranch, one of Mirr Ranch Group’s hunting properties for sale. The story speaks for itself.  These guys only hunted about 500 of the 7,000-acre-plus property. This is … Continued

Bull Moose on Wyoming Ranches for Sale

The seller of Bull Mountain Ranch, one of our Wyoming ranches for sale, caught a snapshot of this bull moose on the property this week. Bull Mountain Ranch is a combination traditional working ranch and high-end sporting property. The owner … Continued

25% Price Reduction on One of the Most Iconic Colorado Ranches for Sale

This week Mirr Ranch Group announced a 25% price reduction on the historical and iconic Mantle Ranch, one of its exclusively marketed Colorado ranches for sale. A National Park Service inholding, the property is settled in the middle of the … Continued

New Land for Sale in Colorado: 16 Miles of Live Water, 6.5 Gold Medal

Mirr Ranch Group is pleased to announce new land for sale in Colorado, the Hartsel Springs Ranch. This historic cattle, buffalo and fly-fishing ranch offers over 16 miles of live water, 6.5 miles of which are classified as “Gold Medal” … Continued

State Lease Assignment – Laramie Foothills Reserve

Laramie Foothills Reserve has a lease on 680 acres of adjoining state land, (AG Lease Number – 45118).  This lease may be assignable to the purchaser subject to the written approval of the State Land Board.  The State Trust Land is … Continued

The Fascinating History of Colorado Land Conservation, Part 3

This is part 3 of 3 of ranch broker Ed Roberson‘s series on Colorado land conservation and book recommendation on The Wilderness Warrior. It is interesting to note how the United States’ approach to Colorado land conservation has changed over … Continued

The Fascinating History of Colorado Land Conservation, Part 2

Recently, I read Douglas Brinkley’s The Wilderness Warrior: Theodore Roosevelt and the Crusade for America, which focuses exclusively on T.R.’s conservation work, particularly related to Colorado land, throughout his life and presidency. The book is fascinating because it not only … Continued

The Fascinating History of Colorado Land Conservation, Part 1

Book Review: The Wilderness Warrior – Theodore Roosevelt and the Crusade for America by Douglas Brinkley – An interesting account of the birth of America’s conservation movement and how it affects Colorado land today. Written by ranch broker, Ed Roberson. It … Continued

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