Colorado’s Bowen Arrow Farm and Ranch sold at auction in October. The 8,735-acre operation was offered in 26 separate tracts. According to Hall and Hall Auctions, which handled the sale, a total of 73 bidders registered, with eight buyers paying a total of $10.14 million. Six of the eight winning bidders were single-tract purchasers. The largest combination consisted of 3,680 acres at $1,359 per acre and cost more than $5 million. Prices ranged from $616 per acre for Washington County grassland to $1,750 per acre for Adams County dryland. Smaller 40-acre parcels went for as much as
$2,375 per acre.
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