Timothy Scott Coe

Timothy “Scott” Coe


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Timothy “Scott” Coe


Growing up on a dryland wheat farm and cattle ranch east of Heppner presented me with real life experiences that have provided me with knowledge and awareness of a variety of ranching aspects. After college I went to work at Ruggs Ranch, where I was the general manager for 10 years. While at the Ruggs, I farmed, operated livestock and specialized in upland bird and big game hunting, guiding clients on many successful excursions.

Wanting to venture out on my own, I started Pioneer Outfitters, LLC. I have experienced great success with my company and have been featured on many network hunting programs and in some of the top hunting magazines throughout the country. In addition to running my outfitter business, I am a partner in a farm and ranch consulting company that specializes in land conservation and management. Through all of these ventures I have gained a vast knowledge and understanding of conservation practices and land management.

For me, The Whitney Land Company is an ideal fit as it allows me to combine my experiences of hunting, land conservation, and cattle and ranch operations into first-hand knowledge for Buyers and Sellers. My integrity and dedication to you are my top priorities.

Licensed in the State of Oregon

Scott’s Properties

  • 1750000
    12 mile ranch
    Crook County, Oregon
    If you dream of living in the countryside with spectacular views in all directions, the 12 Mile Ranch is a gem, with recreation and country living all in one. It is located 60 miles from Bend, Oregon. With Central Oregon's year-round head-spinning amount of outdoor activities, it is no wonder this ranch is highly desirable being located in the outdoor recreation capital of the world. Take advantage of your own hunting property, with 3 ODFW landowner preference tags (LOP) available, or the bordering BLM land for a heathy population of Mule Deer and the occasional Rocky Mountain Elk. A
    2,072± acres
  • 3200000
    fotheringham farm
    Under Contract
    Klamath County, Oregon
    The Fotheringham Farm, located near the town of Merrill, in Klamath County, Oregon, is comprised of 585.98+/- acres of diverse, income-producing farm opportunities. Based on the Farm Service Agency records, 485.5 acres are currently under farm production, with the balance of the property made up in farmstead and possible range ground. The property has a farming lease through the 2020 farming season. Improvements include a home, shop, and hay storage barn. The property hosts an abundance of wildlife, including, Mule deer and upland birds.
    584± acres
  • 1700000
    hail ridge farm
    Morrow County, Oregon
    The Hail Ridge Farm, several miles southwest of Heppner, in north Gilliam County, Oregon, is comprised of 2,573.19+/- acres of diverse, income-producing opportunities. Based on the Farm Service Agency records, 1,343.23 acres are enrolled in CRP, with an annual revenue of $78,995.19. The existing CRP contracts run through 2031 and 2021. A rare example of rural diversity, the property is made up of 112+/- acres of tillable ground in CRP grass mix and fenced into one of the existing CRP fields, the balance of acres is 1,229+/- acres of rangeland that has
    2,573± acres
  • 4250000
    hilltop acres
    Douglas County, Oregon
    This property lies just outside of Winston, Oregon in the heart of the Umpqua Valley. With new winery owners staking their claim in the area, this property is a great location with all the necessary aspects of producing Syrah, Tempranillo and Grenache grapes. The property has water rights for the entire 387.72 acres and the acreage has been cleared. Portions of the property border the South Umpqua River.
    387± acres
  • 1219400
    pinherio ranch
    huntingland ranches residentialproperty timberland
    New Listing
    Baker County, Oregon
    The Pinherio Ranch is a rare opportunity to own a premier Oregon Ranch located in Baker County, near the traditional ranching community of Unity. The ranch contains native meadows, uplands, and timbered pastures that provide excellent wildlife habitat and create opportunities for sustained cattle grazing. This gem of a ranch is 1876+/- acres of prime deer and elk hunting. With multiple water sources located throughout the property, it is ideal for cattle grazing. Currently the owners of the ranch have a strict cattle grazing program that identifies food and water sources in order to sustain the abundant feed and
    1,876± acres

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