Todd Longgood

Todd Longgood


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Todd Longgood


Being raised in an agricultural family has provided me with a great deal of first-hand experience in dealing with farm and ranch economics. After college, I continued my passion for the outdoors by co-founding a fishing destination in Alaska, which still operates today.

Trying to find a niche that would incorporate my agricultural background with my outdoor passion, I joined the Whitney Land Company team specializing in large ranch, irrigated/dryland farms, and recreational properties. I have successfully brokered transactions ranging from timbered ranches to apartment complexes. Currently, I serve on the board of directors for a 15,000-acre row-crop operation and local water rights/irrigation panels which keeps me current with the Columbia Basin’s agricultural issues.

When it comes to buying, selling, developing or exchanging Agricultural or Commercial properties “results” is the name of the game. I have produced “results” generated by expertise based on research, knowledge and market experience. I have participated and developed business plans for economic expansion to northeastern Oregon by establishing permanent crops under intense irrigation.

My passion for the outdoors has resulted recognition in both “The Boone and Crocket Club” and “The Pope and Young” records books. I have a true understanding of the value of recreation properties and the future opportunities they provide.

My reputation as a hard-working, task-oriented broker whose accountability comes first is well known.

Licensed in the State of Oregon

Todd’s Properties

  • 2400000
    brown canyon imnaha ranch
    Wallowa County, Oregon
    Descend over 2,200' in elevation from the Wallowa Valley to the rugged town of Imnaha, OR where the Brown Canyon Ranch is known to many as one of the best fall, winter and spring grazing spots for livestock alike. Once used as an important wintering spot for the Nez Perce Indians, the gentle high-volume grass slopes are filled with flush thickets, creeks, and springs providing optimal habitat for livestock and wildlife during cooler months. Backed to the East by the Forest Service, the recreational opportunities are limitless within the Snake River Unit. With power at the property, choose
    4,404± acres
  • 3800000
    imnaha river ranch
    ranches recreationalland
    New Listing
    Wallowa County, Oregon
    The Imnaha River Ranch provides the rare and unique opportunity to own a piece of private river frontage along one of the Pacific Northwest's premium Steelhead and trout fisheries. This exceptional 4,655.9 +/- acre property is backed by national forestland to the east and runs 3+/- miles along the heart of the Imnaha River. Located only 30+/- miles from the famous Wallowa Valley and known to many for its distinguished beauty, trophy hunting, and outstanding fishing, this expansive ranch has a well-known reputation. The ranch ranges in elevation from approximately 3,000 feet at the ranch headquarters
    4,655± acres
  • 4899000
    powder river keating ranch
    huntingland ranches recreationalland
    Baker County, Oregon
    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 the same family for over the last 40 years. The diversified property includes irrigated acres, a feedlot, rangeland, and a BLM permit to run approximately 300-350 cow/calf pairs annually. Water rights allow for water to be pumped directly from the North Powder River and distributed throughout the irrigated acres to grow a variety of forage crops from year to year. The North Powder River
    1,536± acres
  • 27950000
    rudio mountain ranch
    huntingland ranches recreationalland timberland
    Grant County, Oregon
    The contiguous 24,178 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 and Kimberly. Ranch ownership extends approximately 14 miles from northwest to southeast and contains ridgetops of Rudio Mountain at over 5700'. Highlights include the headwaters of Rudio Creek - a tributary of the John Day River - numerous springs, stock ponds, and over 25 miles of year-round and seasonal creeks, some that are both fish-bearing and tributaries to the John Day River. This mountain ranch is
    24,178± acres
  • 599000
    stonehouse ranch
    ranches recreationalland
    New Listing
    Wallowa County, Oregon
    The Stonehouse Ranch, consisting of 149+/- acres, is a rare find for someone looking for the off-grid dream. Backed by beautiful Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, only 31 +/- miles to Enterprise (hospital, groceries and necessities), and 38 +/- miles to Joseph (restaurants, brewery, wine tasting, shopping and all the fun of Wallowa Lake), this haven is set up for the off-the-grid experience. Enjoy riding your horses, ATVs, and snowmobiles over thousands of acres to explore. A large barn with a built-in chicken coop and corrals, offers plenty of space to spread out. The location of the property ensures a diverse
    149± acres
  • 1381080
    tachella wheat farm
    Umatilla County, Oregon
    The Tachella Wheat Farm is located in Umatilla County, Oregon near the town of Pendleton. The property consists of 613 +/- acres with 575.45 acres of tillable dryalnd wheat ground. The farm has recently been pulled out of the Conservation Reserve Program and re-established as dryland wheat farm ground. This high-yielding dryland wheat ground does not have any improvements. For More Information Contact - Todd Longgood or Timothy "Scott" Coe
    613± acres
  • 1295000
    wilde imnaha river ranch
    ranches recreationalland
    New Listing
    Wallowa County, Oregon
    Located only 30+/- miles from the famous Wallowa Valley, and quoted as having some of the "best grazing in the Imnaha Valley", the 700+/- acre Wilde Imnaha River Ranch is an extraordinary opportunity. Over approximately 1/4 mile of river frontage, and backed to the east by forest service, this ranch has it all. The ranch includes the old Imnaha, OR Rodeo Grounds, approximately 40 acres of irrigated fields, gravel pit that is ready to go, working corrals to run a small cattle herd, and (4) four beautiful buildable homesites to choose from. The Imnaha River runs on the western
    700± acres

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