RANCH STATE RESOURCES
Gaining statehood in 1876, Colorado is known as the Centennial State, but perhaps Colorado is better know as the home of the rugged Rocky Mountains that bisect the state from north to south. From the days when Colorado was home to herds of buffalo and nomadic Native Tribes to the boom and bust and boom again fortunes of the mining towns high in the mountains, Colorado has a rich history. Read more about Colorado.
As home to the first National Park, and the first National Monument in the country, Wyoming is beautiful, wild country that is reminiscent of a bygone era. Encompassing nearly 98,000 square miles, Wyoming has the smallest population of any state - cattle outnumber people by almost three to one. With Montana to the north, South Dakota and Nebraska to the east, Colorado and Utah to the south and Idaho to the west; Wyoming is situated in the very heart of the American west. The Continental Divide goes across Wyoming diagonally from the northwest corner to south-central region, providing a home for some of the nation’s premiere ski resorts like Jackson Hole. Read more about Wyoming.
Bordered by Canada to the north, the Dakotas to the east, Idaho to the west and Wyoming to the south, Montana is the quintessential western state. With the third lowest population density in the United States, Montana still retains a charming rural character reminiscent of the old west. Read more about Montana.
Perfectly situated on the west coast of the Unites States, it has been said that California is the home of the American Dream. California is the most populous state in the U.S. and the third largest by land area. The size and scope of California’s economy is equally astounding, were California to be an independent country, it would rank among the top ten largest economies in the entire world as judged by GDP. Read more about California.
Bordering Colorado to the north, Arizona to the west and both Texas and Oklahoma to the east, New Mexico has land elevations ranging from 2,800 ft. to over 13,000 ft. with the Sangre De Cristo mountain range. From famed art festivals in Santa Fe to the well-known Hatch Chile Festival in the Hatch Valley New Mexico offers a wide variety of things to do with a cultural background that makes the experience truly American.
The big state of Texas offers one of the largest economies in the World as is one of the largest states in the U.S. With over 600 miles of spectacular coastline, wide-open valleys, prairie-land and deserts travel is easy across this grand land. Find everything from farms and investment ranches to agricultural properties.
A scenic mountain state with some of the largest unspoiled natural areas in the nation, featuring abundant resources including outstanding wildlife populations, excellent water supply and diverse soil conditions…(more)
A great place to locate or expand your business, offering a positive economic environment, quality work force and with multiple, daily, nonstop domestic and international flights makes Arizona a great state for full or part time living…(more)
From mountains to sea Oregon encompasses a wide variety of land in between. With rich green timber land and a thriving salmon fishing industry Oregon offers everything from farm and ranchland to working ranches and horse properties.
A state with a temperate, continental climate, fertile soil and the majestic Black Hills characterized by thick pined forests, open grass lands and rugged rock formations, South Dakota offers ideal conditions…(more)
With South Dakota to the north, Wyoming and Colorado to the west, Kansas to the south & Iowa and Missouri to the east Nebraska is truly a Midwest Great Plains state offering farms and ranches for investment and ownership purposes.
A prime oil and gas state Oklahoma is rich in land minerals as well as ranch and farm land. With a main interstate (I-40) running directly through the middle traveling is easy to get from rural lands to major cities.