John Hayter has a lifetime of experience in the land and ranch industry as he was born and raised to a long line of pioneering Texas ranchers. John began his career as a 6th generation rancher in 1997 as president of Slash J Ranch Enterprises, Inc. His responsibilities included ranch and wildlife manager for Wallace Creek and Lethco Ranches combined. Wallace Creek Ranch bred and supplied Corriente sport cattle; Lethco Ranch was a more traditional cow/calf operation. He quickly made a name for himself as his expertise and skill did not go unnoticed. His reputation for breeding high-quality sport cattle led to sales across a multi-state area. Soon, John began consulting other landowners regarding breeding sport cattle and wildlife management and then started entrepreneurial ventures with a wildlife consulting business.
In 2004 as his reputation and experience grew, John took on another role; that of a real estate broker specializing in ranch sales. John has extensive experience in water rights, mineral rights, wildlife management, range management, and marketing and sales of ranches ranging in size from a couple hundred acres to over 12,000 acres.
After many trips to the Rocky Mountains for ski vacations, he and his family decided to make the mountains their home. John moved his family to Colorado in 2006. At this time, due to his experience in conducting exhaustive land searches, he conceived the idea to combine his experience into a service for land brokers, developers, buyers, and sellers. He researched, developed, built, and launched a national multiple listing service specific to land – www.landbrokermls.com. John went on to successfully sell part of www.landbrokermls.com. In today’s market, effective Internet marketing is an absolute must for all sellers. John has the background, knowledge and experience to provide the highest exposure via web traffic, social media and print media for all his clients.
Having been raised on a ranch, it was natural for John to have a deep connection to the land and nature. As a boy, he enjoyed tromping across the mountains, hunting small game and fishing with his grandfather. Later on John became a passionate hunter and fisherman. John has hunted all over the West and taken numerous big game trophies with rifle, muzzleloader and bow from Texas to Alaska.
John holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Wildlife Management with a minor in Equine Science and is a licensed real estate broker in Texas, New Mexico and Colorado. He has numerous web design and development certifications and broad web programming experience. John is a member of the National Rifle Association and North American Hunting Club and founding Member Owner of The Land Broker Co-op.
Fundo Las Rosas received its name due to all the roses and flowers on the property. Watching cattle graze across pastures with a backdrop of snow capped peaks in the background and enormous rose and flower bushes in the foreground is almost surreal. The property is made of 2 parcels totaling 209 hectares (516 acres) along the Carretera Austral in the Patagonia Lakes Region of Chile.
Located in the Andes foothills of the La Araucania Region of Chile, El Cercon provides the opportunity to own a very private luxury destination lodge and resort offering a multitude of opportunities from recreation to hunting and fishing. El Ceron has been featured on Mathews Territories Wild. The property consists of 1,054 hectares of which 400 hectares are designated as a hunting preserve.
Pine Creek Ranch is offered as a turnkey cattle operation fully set up and ready to go with cattle and equipment. An exceptional 540± acre operation with live water, wells, pivot irrigation and cattle and horse facilities located in Northeast Texas. Move-in ready with very nice home and several barns for hay storage as well as metal shop. Pine Creek Ranch is a must see if looking for a Texas cattle operation.
Behind a gated entry, Carroll Creek Ranch embodies the ideal qualities of a luxury ranch no matter if you desire a recreational entertainment property, hunting ranch, fishing ranch, horse ranch, or a small cattle operation. The owner will find numerous desirable qualities from the location of the ranch to the improvements and opportunities the ranch offers. Contact .
Offering direct access to thousands of acres of national forest, 39 Mile Ranch is the perfect place for hunting, cattle, horses and abundant recreational opportunities in Park County, Colorado. Various outbuildings bring a sense of history to the property, while its abundant water and facilities offer a productive ranch that is historically used for cattle. Make this property your own and turn it into a private retreat, cattle ranch, equestrian property or recreational retreat in the mountains. Contact John Hayter.
As the sun rises over the peaks casting its golden light across the valley burning off the early morning fall fog, your met with the sweet smells of fresh cut hay mixing in with the aroma of your morning coffee as the sounds of bugling elk drift across the fields. Enjoy your morning cup of joe watching cattle mixed with deer and elk graze in the early morning light of a peaceful morning. This is what awaits you at Chingon Ranch. These 191 acres offer everything an owner could desire; from agriculture production to hunting and recreation.
Get away from the hustle and bustle and be prepared to relax and enjoy the tranquility and privacy that Wilderness Ridge offers. Sit on your front steps sipping coffee or chai tea and drink in the awe inspiring views of the Spanish Peaks. Wilderness Ridge provides ample recreational opportunities for the more adventurous owner, as well.
These 916 +/- acres in northern New Mexico between Chama and Cuba offer direct access to national forest, landowner tags, modest improvements and highly coveted water. Gloria-a-Dios would make a great cattle or horse ranch and offers excellent recreation, including hunting, hiking and ATVing; with direct access to national forest, owners have thousands of additional acres for recreation right out their backdoor.
North central New Mexico ranch located near Angel Fire, offers approximately 350 acres of seclusion and privacy. Game abounds with elk, deer, bear, lion and turkey and the property receives landowner tags. An additional two 350-acre parcels can be added with a spring and pond on one. 400+ class bulls have been taken in the area and the ponds and grass meadows attract wildlife. Coyote Creek is a blank slate and will make a great cabin retreat or hunting property.
This 3,870-acre historic Texas cattle ranch is 15 minutes from the entrance to spectacular Big Bend National Park and 30 miles south of Marathon, Texas. Traversing through the ranch and supplying water to the ranch is Maravillas Creek, a wet weather creek that runs just under the surface during dry times. Surrounded by large ranches, Rincon Ranch has been carefully wildlife managed over the years resulting in high quality mule deer hunting. This ranch has much to offer with outstanding hunting, 360 degree scenic views, spectacular sunrises and sunsets, easy access and good water.