Travis Boomer

Travis Bloomer


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Travis Bloomer


Growing up on a third generation cattle ranch in eastern Oregon introduced me to land at an early age. I have always had a passion for outdoor recreation, including archery hunting, hiking, fishing and camping. This led me to Oregon State University where I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources. Upon graduation from college, I married my best friend from high school. We are still happily married and raising our family in eastern Oregon.

Prior to joining the Whitney Land Company team, I worked for the United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resource Conservation Service. I have many years of experience in ecological sciences and have used these skills to facilitate and coordinate environmental and natural resource efforts. My technical and academic background in natural resource management is complementary to these efforts. I have worked closely with landowners on an individual basis, defining goals, inventorying resources, formulating alternatives and successfully selecting alternatives that would address natural resource concerns on their properties. I have extensively worked on restoring wetlands, pre-commercial thinning, riparian planting, irrigation system improvement, wildlife habitat improvement and rangeland improvement, and have managed grazing systems and ecological site development.

I can work with you to identify specific habitat types that fulfill your goals and objectives as a seller or a buyer. I am motivated and will work hard to get your desired results. Whether it is an investment for agriculture or recreation, I can assist you with the tools necessary to evaluate the property’s resources.

I am a person who is honest, hardworking and thinks outside the box to find solutions to challenging scenarios. It is the way my brain works best! In my role as a broker for you, I believe in this quote from Abraham Lincoln, “Things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle.” That is, I will hustle with integrity and honesty to achieve the desired outcome for my clients.

Licensed in the State of Oregon

Travis’s Properties

  • 799000
    baker valley alfalfa farm
    New Listing
    Baker County, Oregon
    The Baker Valley Alfalfa Farm imparts the opportunity of rural living and quality hay production only minutes from downtown Baker City. A quality 2,543 sq. ft. home built in 2007 is conveniently situated on the farm. It is a custom, single level, contemporary style structure with a fenced yard that is landscaped. The main level has three bedrooms, living room, family room, and a kitchen. The attached garage was recently remodeled and converted into an office/living area with a bathroom attached. A 36'x 48' shop, complete with electricity, concrete flooring, high clearance doors, and insulation is located next
    58± acres
  • 2299000
    daybreak ranch
    Baker County, Oregon
    The Daybreak Ranch is located along Brownlee Reservoir on the Snake River. The ranch is approximately 14 miles from Huntington, OR and 16 miles from Interstate 84. This ranch is rare in that it is all contiguous from big game wintering range along the river to high elevation timber grazing in the late summer. Both livestock and wildlife thrive in this environment. The ranch headquarters are tucked away above Brownlee Reservoir on Hibbard Creek. The grazing system is unique to other ranches in the area because cattle typically graze until Jan.1 at which time they move the livestock
    4,822± acres
  • 397000
    dixie creek ranch
    Baker County, Oregon
    The Dixie Creek Ranch is only 1.2 miles from Interstate 84 and located approximately 12 miles south of Durkee, Oregon. The ranch is located along Dixie Creek. A 1951 home is nestled among the tidy landscaping of rocks, fruit trees and cedar trees. Outside the wood fenced yard is the irrigated pasture and rangeland. This combination provides for favorable livestock grazing. Dixie Creek is approximately 400 feet from the house. The creek runs the full length of the property.
    174± acres
  • 550000
    double bar f ranch
    Malheur County, Oregon
    Located 6 miles from Ontario, Oregon, the Double Bar F Ranch contains 115 acres including 20 acres of alfalfa, 26 acres of irrigated pasture, and 50 acres of rangeland. The property includes a 2,500 square foot home with outbuildings, and running water is found in several locations on the property. Rural living, with abundant wildlife and amazing views, just outside a thriving Eastern Oregon city.
    115± acres
  • 200000
    greenhorn property
    Baker County, Oregon
    At 100 +/- acres, the Greenhorn Property is a multi-dimensional property. A recreational enthusiast's paradise with a chance to own and operate a series of patented and unpatented mining claims, located less than 1 mile from the historic town of Greenhorn, Oregon. The John Day Wilderness area is less than a couple miles from the property and a 15 minute ATV ride from the property. For the winter season adventurer, there are multiple winter snowmobile groomed routes leading to the property. In the summer, the Blue Mountain OHV Trail System can be accessed by ATV. These trails run across
    100± acres
  • 475000
    lodge creek ranch
    Baker County, Oregon
    The Lodge Creek Ranch consists of 527 acres. It is only 5 miles from Interstate 84 and located South of Baker City, Oregon approximately 10 miles. The ranch is located up Dry Creek Road along Lodge Creek. Roads leaving the ranch will get you to thousands of acres of BLM and USFS lands including Burnt River Canyon and Dooley Mountain. Burnt River Canyon is known for upland bird and waterfowl hunting. Both areas provide recreational opportunities for elk, deer, pronghorn antelope and bighorn sheep. The ranch contains a mixture of both early season grasses and later maturing high quality
    527± acres
  • 1250000
    whitney valley ranch
    ranches recreationalland
    New Listing
    Baker County, Oregon
    The Whitney Valley Ranch is a hidden gem in Eastern Oregon for someone looking for a recreational paradise to share with friends and family. The property land-use consists of beautiful irrigated meadows, forested timber, and intermittent pockets of rangeland. Pinus Creek is a tributary to Camp Creek and these streams flow the entire length of the property providing bothsurface water and sub-irrigation to the meadows. Willows, Aspen stands, and timber are located throughout the ranch. Located in the Sumpter Unit, the property is eligible for two LOP tags for deer and elk. The irrigated meadows, ponds, timber, and aspen
    782± acres
  • 440000
    willow creek ranch
    Malheur County, Oregon
    The Willow Creek Ranch has been historically used by the family as a spring through summer grazing system for livestock. The property is 1,399.96 acres and is located about 40 miles from Vale, Oregon. The rangeland is a mix of Bluebunch Wheatgrass, Idaho Fescue, Sandberg Bluegrass along with a variety of forbs, shrubs and annual grass species. The ranch contains a mixture of both early season grasses along with higher preference grasses like Idaho Fescue. This combination provides for a spring through summer grazing season. The property also contains seasonal drainages. A pond collecting seasonal water is
    1,399± acres

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