The contiguous 24,337 acre Rudio Mountain Ranch is located in Grant County, Oregon, between the North Fork John Day and the John Day River drainages, and near the riverfront communities of Dayville an....
The North Fork of the Malheur River is a designated wild and scenic river that is 22.9 miles in length and is recognized for its outstanding remarkable values of scenery, fisheries, geology, and wildl....
Located just 21 short miles northwest of Klamath Falls, Oregon, the Rock Creek Ranch is a strategically located 3,266 acre ranch with nearly every acre available for destination resort development opp....
The historic Davis Land & Livestock Ranch stands as a symbol as one of Oregon’s premier ranches. Located in northern Malheur County, these 34,401.77 acres of deeded is a bargain in price for the qua....
The Long Pine Ranch is loaded with potential. A recent appraisal by a registered forester, indicated 16,801 mbf of harvestable timber. This ranch provides grazing for 400 cow/calf pairs from June –....
The Powder River Keating Ranch consists of 1,536.93 +/- deeded acres and is located in the Lower Powder Valley of Baker County, Oregon. The contiguous tract has been owned, developed and operated by t....
A serene and private recreational ranch located just outside of Baker City, OR, the Wolf Creek Lodge has it all. From hunting grounds, winter sports and recreation, potential wedding venue, horseback ....
The O’Brien Ranch, located in the Eastern Oregon town of Heppner, is currently a working ranch consisting of 6,385 acres. It is located on Little Butter Creek, which runs through the middle of the p....
The state of Oregon, wild and beautiful, is known for deep river gorges, the majestic Cascade mountains, and its rugged and tree-lined Pacific coast shoreline. And while most people don't think of farming, agriculture, and husbandry when they think of Oregon, the state has some of the most fertile soil and virile land not just in the country, but in the world. Thanks to a confluence of unique geographical and climate traits -- stable temperatures, mild and dry winters, long summers, and healthy amounts of rain -- farmers and ranchers have sought out Oregon farmland since the earliest days of our nation's history.
For anyone looking to purchase land in Oregon for business or personal reasons, there are many beautiful pieces of land waiting to be worked.
When you're looking for an Oregon cattle ranch for sale, for example, American Farm & Ranch lists only the best locations, with the perfect combination of structural and natural elements. Any Oregon ranch for sale that we have to show you boasts all the acreage and facilities needed to operate a complete and profitable ranching venture.
Whether you're looking for a return on investment or a quiet place to go fishing with your grandchildren someday, Oregon is full of wide open spaces. Search our listings and you're sure to find the perfect Oregon cattle ranch for sale, recreational land, or private retreat for your family.
Likewise, American Farm & Ranch can help you discover the perfect Oregon farm for sale, with land perfectly primed to bring you a significant return on your investment. The state boasts mild weather and excellent arable acreage, perfect for growing a variety of crops. Oregon is already the #1 producer in the country of cash crops like Christmas trees, hazelnuts, sugar beets for seed, red clover seed blackberries, boysenberries, potted azaleas, and peppermint. It also ranks as the number two producer of popular crops like hops and snap peas.
Farming and ranching in Oregon has a rich history and culture, and the local agro industry is made up of a tight network of farmers and ranchers. However, when searching for that perfect piece of land, the most important thing you can do is find a dedicated broker. American Farm & Ranch takes pride in not only listing the finest properties, but connecting buyers with the best brokers in Oregon.
While every schoolchild has heard of the Oregon Trail, the state's agricultural history actually stretches back much further than that. More than 15,000 years ago, the Columbia River repeatedly flooded areas of the state, which is why so much of the soil is so perfect for production.
By tending to this unique natural environment and cultivating the land, you can become a part of something much larger than yourself. Our listings include everything from a massive cattle ranches to private hunting properties. Join the community and become a steward of the land in the big, beautiful state of Oregon.