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In just a few days, the archery antelope hunt will start in most areas of New Mexico. The first hunt is on private land, followed a week later by public land. Many of the ranches in Southwest New Mexico encompass both grasslands with antelope herds  and forested areas, where the elk hunting  takes place. A portion of the ranches for sale will be eligible to receive both landowner antelope tags as well as elk tags.  Antelope hunting is a great way to stretch your hunting season. In addition, the bear season starts around this time and bear tags may be purchased over-the-counter.   To view these ranches that are for sale right now, all you have to do is contact us and we will be happy to show you around.

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It is high summer and the Southwest mountains of New Mexico have been transformed into a beautiful playground. Hiking, camping, picnics, all are wonderful activities which allow families to do fun adventures together while admiring the views and vistas.

The Spring was cool with rain from time to time, the Summer monsoons started early and have provided much needed moisture. The cattle and hunting ranches are green, full of flowers while the grama grass is growing, promising to give copious and rich feed to cattle and wildlife alike. This time of the year is a wonderful time to come out and visit the ranches and tracks of land for sale. As always, we are here to show you around!

The Gila National Forest is the 6th largest National Forest in the Continental USA. It encompasses approximately 2,710,000 acres of public land. Located in South West New Mexico, the terrain ranges from tall mountain peaks to semi-desert, with elevations from 4,200 to 10,000 feet. Many parts are rugged, and the area is mostly unspoiled.

There is ample opportunity for hunting – elk, mule deer,  antelope, bear, mountain lion and wild turkey are popular game animals, other activities include fishing, hiking, camping, horse back riding, or just enjoying the beautiful scenery.

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The Gila National Forest is a wonderful playground for hunting, hiking, horse back riding, camping, etc.    In addition, there are some unique places to explore.


The Gila Cliff Dwellings, located in the extreme southern part of Catron County, contain the ruins of interlinked cave dwellings built by the Mogollon people around 1300 AD. There are 46 rooms within 5 caves, believed to be occupied by 10 to 15 families.

There are a number of hot springs in the Gila Wilderness area. The wilderness area is only accessible on foot or on horse back. This beautiful place  has areas forested with tall ponderosa pines as well as open meadows.

Portions of the Gila National Forest can be explored from two scenic byways; The Geronimo National Scenic Byway, and the Trail of the Mountain Spirit Byway, You can explore old mining towns, perhaps find old arrow heads and shards of ancient th1

The results for the New Mexico big game hunting draw will be announced in just a few days. All over the States hunters are anxiously awaiting this day. Some will be very happy, many will be very disappointed. But then of course there are those that do not have to worry, because they own a ranch in New Mexico with Landowner tags! There are a number of great hunting ranches for sale. They can and will be used for cattle ranches the rest of the year.

Why don’t you contact us and see if we can find you a ranch for sale that meets your needs. We are always here to help you!


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Catron County encompasses almost 7000 sq. miles – larger than several states – yet its’ population is only 3725 folks according to the 2010 census. Little has changed from the first census in 1930 when the population was listed at 3282. Of course, the 12,000 elk in the county make up for the lack of people!

The county seat is in Reserve. The name was derived from the establishment of three National Forests: Gila National Forest, Apache National Forest and Cibola National Forest, in the past called “Forest Reserves”

There are no stoplights in the entire county. When someone is scheduled to take a driving test, a temporary stoplight is set up in Reserve.

There are many cattle ranches in the county, several well over 100,000 acres. For the most part, cattle are still worked on horseback, part of the Western tradition continued by the current generation of ranching families and cowboys, while still providing some of the finest beef to the citizens of the U.S.

Living in Catron County is a wonderful experience as well as an adventure. There are cattle ranches and hunting properties for sale right now, contact us and we will help you find one.

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New Mexico is called “The Land of enchantment” and the reason is clear………..From endless plains dotted with large cattle ranches to majestic mountains covered with Ponderosa Pine where wildlife abounds and hunting and fishing is a way of life……the beauty of the Southwest is without compare.

Just imagine sitting on the front porch of your hunting cabin or ranch house, on your own cattle ranch or hunting property and enjoying these incredible sunsets. There are many ranches for sale in New Mexico  and we are here ready to help you find your own slice of heaven.



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Jan 19, 2015

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It’s the middle of the winter in the South West Mountains of New Mexico and Mother Nature has been good to our ranchlands so far this year. Our cattle ranches and hunting properties have received lots of moisture; some rain but mostly in the form of snow.

In addition to creating a winter wonderland all that moisture will be very beneficial to our ranches as it will make our grasses grow early and plentiful, thus providing nourishment to both cattle and wildlife alike.

There is never a bad time to visit this beautiful region, call us and let us show you cattle or hunting ranches currently for sale in this area.

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