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Muleshoe Land & CattleMULESHOE LAND & CATTLE
Torrington, Goshen County, Wyoming

This remarkable farm and ranch is located approximately 30 miles north of Torrington, Wyoming with year round access provided via US Highway 85 and well maintained county roads. Of the 5,131 deeded acres, approximately 1,113.3 acres are irrigated by eight low-pressure, center pivots that receive water from irrigation wells ranging from 650 to 1,000 GPM. The balance of the property consists of 4,018 acres of heavily-sodded native grass pastures which are cross-fenced to maximize livestock grazing. Water is provided to livestock from electric wells via 4-1/2 miles of underground pipeline to several strategically located stock tanks. The carrying capacity is owner-rated at 200 cow/calf pairs year-round, or running approximately 500 head of yearlings for four to five months during the summer grazing season.Improvements include two homes, numerous outbuildings, and three sets of working corrals. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or Logan Schliinz at (970) 222-0584 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $7,750,000
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Walker Creek RanchWALKER CREEK RANCH
Douglas, Converse County, Wyoming

This highly productive, low-overhead grass ranch offers an abundance of water and is located approximately 15 miles northeast of Douglas, Wyoming. The historic Walker Creek Ranch consists of approximately 11,460 contiguous acres which includes 11,060 deeded acres and 400 State of Wyoming lease acres. The ranch is owner-rated at approximately 400 cow/calf pairs year-round or 800 head of yearlings during the summer. Ample water is provided throughout the ranch via reservoirs, windmills, solar wells, electric wells, and underground pipeline. Improvements include a 1,682 sq. ft., two story home with five bedrooms and two baths, two detached garages, shop, calving barn, several farm utility buildings, and a new set of working corrals constructed of pipe. The rolling terrain of the ranch, as well as the pine and cedar tree-covered ridges, provide excellent habitat for several species of wildlife including mule and whitetail deer, wild turkeys, and antelope. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $6,300,000
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Two Creek RanchTWO CREEK RANCH
Jay Em, Goshen County, Wyoming

The historic Two Creek Ranch consists of 9,672 contiguous acres which includes 9,311 deeded acres, 241 State of Wyoming lease acres, and 120 BLM lease acres. U.S. Highway 85 forms the eastern boundary of the ranch allowing for 2-1/2 miles of highway frontage. This year-round operation offers an abundance of grassland, natural protection, live water, and irrigated ground. Approximately 280 acres are irrigated by two, low-pressure center pivots which have historically produced 1,200 to 1,300 tons of hay annually. Flowing between the ranch's scenic cedar and pine-tree covered ridges are seven miles of perennial creeks surrounded by mature cottonwood trees. Approximately 5-1/2 miles of Rawhide Creek flows through the interior of the ranch with an additional 1-1/2 miles of year-round live water provided by Jay Em Creek which flows alongside U.S. Highway 85. In addition to the seven miles of live water, there are three miles of underground pipeline along with five working windmills equipped with submersible pumps which can be operated by generators or solar units. Niobrara Electric Association in Lusk provide power to an additional five wells with submersible pumps that are located throughout the ranch which also provide water for livestock and wildlife. The carrying capacity of the ranch is owner-rated at 400 cow/calf pairs year-round which equates to 24 acres per pair with supplemental hay during the winter. There are three sets of building improvements along with two sets of working corrals. The topography of the Two Creek Ranch provides excellent habitat for the wildlife that frequent the property such as elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, turkeys, sharp tail grouse, and other upland bird species. Rawhide Creek and Jay Em Creek offer ample fishing opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $7,200,000
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Montgomery RanchMONTGOMERY RANCH
Aladdin, Crook County, Wyoming

Situated just off Mona Road approximately 13 miles north of Aladdin, Wyoming, or 24 miles northwest of Belle Fourche, South Dakota, this 1,382 contiguous deeded acre ranch represents a unique opportunity to own a scenic grass ranch in the heart of the Wyoming Black Hills. The land is a combination of rolling grass pastures and open meadows flanked by pine and oak tree-covered draws which provides excellent livestock protection and habitat to a number of wildlife species including elk, deer, turkey, and other birds and animals indigenous to the area. Currently, the owners lease an additional 1,250 acres on a year-to-year lease that allows them to run 150 cow/calf pairs year-round with supplemental feed during the winter months. Water resources include three wells, one of which is free-flowing live water provided by Alum Creek, and several stock reservoirs. The very functional set of improvements feature a 1999 three bedroom, two bath, manufactured home, a new 42’x64’ Cleary pole barn with concrete floor, and numerous outbuildings and corrals. Contact Ron Ensz at (605) 210-0337 or Mark McNamee at (307) 467-5523 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $2,350,000
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Hess RanchHESS RANCH
Alva, Crook County, Wyoming

This small, productive ranch, located in the beautiful Black Hills of Wyoming, consists of 163 deeded acres with 76 acres under pivot irrigation that produces about 200 tons of hay per year. This beautiful and scenic ranch features a very nice, five bedroom, 3-1/2 bath home built in 2005 that has geothermal heat produced from a new artesian well on the property. This well produces 1,150 GPM with approximately 40 pounds of pressure and also supplies irrigation water to the 2005 T&L center pivot. There are several outbuildings including a 34’x40’ three car garage, 40’x54’ pole barn/shop, 34’x60’ livestock barn, 40’x60’ open-face shed, grain bin, 30’x40’ old livestock barn with hay mow, 24’x40’ open-face livestock shed, and a chicken coop. The property also has a large, enclosed garden. Turkey and whitetail deer are abundant on the property. Contact Mark McNamee at (307) 467-5523 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $1,100,000
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Bass RanchBASS RANCH
Platte & Goshen Counties, Wyoming

This approximately 5,371 acre ranch consists of 4,411 deeded acres, 320 BLM lease acres, and 640 State of Wyoming lease acres. The land is rolling, high quality, grass covered prairie with rock outcroppings that provide natural protection for livestock and wildlife with panoramic views of Laramie Peak to the west. Located approximately 31 miles east of Glendo and 24 miles north of Guernsey, the ranch is accessed by paved highway and good county roads. The ranch has historically been used as a summer grazing operation and is owner rated at 300 cow/calf pairs. Average gains on yearlings grazed are from 1.8 to 2 pounds per day. Water for livestock is provided by five wells, three windmills, and three miles of pipeline which supply 11 water tanks. Improvements include an older home, separate garage, and various ranch outbuildings. Many different kinds of wildlife make their home on the ranch including antelope, mule deer, coyotes, bobcat, turkeys, and grouse. Contact Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $3,405,000
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Supon Ranch AcreageSUPON RANCH ACREAGE
Crook County, Wyoming

This 225 deeded acre parcel is located on Rifle Pit Road, a well maintained county road, just 6.3 miles south of Beulah or 11.6 miles northeast of Sundance. This diverse property is fenced on four sides and also cross fenced. The improved, mostly open pastures are skirted by mature, timber lined canyons and rim rock. The property has panoramic views of Sundance Mountain, Red Water Creek, the Bear Lodge Mountains, and Beulah, Wyoming. With good access, power on the west and north side, and the possibility of utilizing a neighboring well through a shared well agreement, this property would make a tremendous year round residence or an exceptional elk, deer, turkey or sharp tail grouse hunting getaway. This property can be purchased in its entirety for $652,500 or as an 80 acre parcel for $247,080 or a 140 acre parcel for $406,000. Contact Mark McNamee at (307) 467-5523 or by e-mail for more details.
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Fix RanchFIX RANCH
Fort Laramie, Goshen County, Wyoming

This 320 deeded acre property is located on slightly rolling, grass-covered prairie with trees surrounding the buildings and a panoramic view of nearby tree-covered hills. Located approximately 15 miles north of historical Fort. Laramie, Wyoming, the ranch is easily accessed by paved highway and a half mile of good county road. Currently 179.9 acres of the ranch are enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) which expires in 2020 with the balance of the ranch being grass pasture. Improvements include an older home; large garage, and steel building with concrete floors; older barn with accompanying corrals; and several other outbuildings. Many different kinds of wildlife call the ranch home including deer and antelope. Contact Mark Kaufman at (308) 641-0354 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $220,000
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Weber Mountain RanchNew Listing - Additional Acreage
WEBER MOUNTAIN RANCH
Wheatland, Platte County, Wyoming

Located in the heart of elk country, the 2,160 acre Weber Mountain Ranch is a great combination of productive ranch land and recreational splendor with 2,080 deed acres and 80 State of Wyoming lease acres. The ranch is located approximately 19 miles southwest of Wheatland, Wyoming on State Highway 34, and has year-round access. Water is proved to the ranch by two solar powered wells along with Brush Creek, a year-round creek that flows through the northwest corner of the property. Located in Area 7 for elk, which qualifies for landowner elk licenses, Weber Mountain Ranch offers exceptional hunting opportunities. Wildlife found on the ranch includes elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, turkeys, waterfowl, coyotes, bobcats, mountain lions, Hungarian partridge, and sage grouse. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $1,768,000
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Chapman AcreageCHAPMAN ACREAGE
Aladdin, Crook County, Wyoming

Located on Oak Creek Road, a well-maintained county road, approximately ten miles north of Aladdin, Wyoming and 26 miles west of Belle Fourche, South Dakota, this 237 deeded acre property is made up of 50 acres of productive hay land and 180 acres of scenic pine and oak tree-covered hills, draws, and plateaus. Water is provided to the property by two reservoirs and an electric well. With good access, power, water, and a variety of exceptional building sites with 360 degree views, this property would make a great gentleman’s ranch or hunting getaway, all in close proximity to the Wyoming and South Dakota Black Hills. Contact Mark McNamee at (307) 467-5523 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $495,000
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Deer Creek RanchDEER CREEK RANCH
Natrona & Converse Counties, Wyoming

Located in the hard grass country of central Wyoming approximately 55 miles south and east of Casper, this 8,737 acre ranch has been owned and operated by the same family for over 100 years and consists of 2,417 deeded acres, 5,680 Forest Service permit acres, and 640 State of Wyoming lease acres. Ample water is found throughout the ranch for livestock and wildlife from live water including Deer Creek and Soldier Creek, as well as springs and windmills. Improvements include an older home that is used as a hunting cabin. The diverse topography of pine and cedar tree-covered ridges and heavily sodded native grass pastures provide natural beauty along with grazing for livestock and excellent habitat for wildlife. Due to the high elevation, the ranch has historically been utilized for summer grazing for livestock. Wildlife found on the ranch include elk, mule deer, antelope, and upland birds. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025, Mark McNamee at (307) 467-5523, Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961, or by e-mail for more details. Price: $4,800,000
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Lone Tree RanchUnder Contract
LONE TREE RANCH
Natrona & Carbon Counties, Wyoming

The 4,779 contiguous acres of the Lone Tree Ranch are located approximately 44 miles south of Casper, Wyoming and are being offered for sale for the first time in over 100 years. This historic and iconic ranch consists of 360 deeded acres, 80 State of Wyoming lease acres, and 4,339 BLM lease acres. The ranch offers topographical diversity ranging from high ridges with and without tree cover to heavily sodded prairie pastures. Water sources available throughout the ranch include wells, reservoirs, and springs as well as live water from Lone Tree Creek which flows through the ranch. The topography provides excellent habitat for wildlife which include elk, mule deer, antelope, and upland birds. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025, Mark McNamee at (307) 467-5523, Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961, or by e-mail for more details. Price reduced to $500,000.
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Wenger RanchWENGER RANCH
Devils Tower, Crook County, Wyoming

This diverse, 133 deeded acre property offers a combination of 45 acres of established hay ground flanked by approximately 88 acres of oak and pine tree covered canyons and rim rock lined vistas. The property is fully fenced and crossed fenced. Located approximately 14 miles south of Hulett, Wyoming, and only 4.5 miles south of Devils Tower National Monument, the ranch has paved road access from State Highway 24. The improvements on the ranch include an 1,800 sq. ft. ranch-style home with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a two car garage; a 36’x48’ pole building with a 24’x48’ open face lean-to; a 24’x40’ shop; and a 20’x32’ pole barn with corrals. The variety of landscapes on the ranch provide excellent habitat for several species of wildlife. Contact Mark McNamee at (307) 467-5523 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $950,000
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Sheep Rock RanchUnder Contract
SHEEP ROCK RANCH

Albany County, Wyoming

Sheep Rock Ranch is located in beautiful Sybille Canyon north of Laramie and southwest of Wheatland. The ranch consists of 2,011 deeded acres and has year round access directly off of State Highway 34. The diverse topography of the ranch ranges from high rolling hills with rock outcroppings to deep canyons with cottonwood lined creek bottoms. Water is abundant and spread throughout this ranch with numerous creeks and year round springs. The area is recognized as a wildlife paradise including deer, elk, bighorn sheep, antelope, and mountain lion which can all be found on the ranch. Improvements include a one story, two bedroom, one bath, ranch style home which sits a short distance off of State Highway 34. There are also two shop buildings located close to the home; one which has been used for a garage. Adequate water supply, good grass, easy access, and convenient location all make the Sheep Rock Ranch a very desirable property and a unique opportunity to own a large piece of Sybille Canyon. Contact Jon Keil at (307) 331-2833 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $1,750,000
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School Creek Ranch
Under Contract
SCHOOL CREEK RANCH
Albany County, Wyoming

School Creek Ranch is located in beautiful Sybille Canyon north of Laramie and southwest of Wheatland. The ranch consists of 2,727 total acres with 2,079 deeded acres, 559 State of Wyoming lease acres, and 89 BLM lease acres. The diverse topography of the ranch ranges from high rolling hills with rock outcroppings to deep canyons with cottonwood lined creek bottoms. Water is abundant and spread throughout this ranch with numerous creeks and year round springs. School Creek, which flows the length of the ranch, supports a brook trout population. The area is recognized as a wildlife paradise including deer, elk, bighorn sheep, antelope, and mountain lion which can all be found on the ranch. This ranch has been well managed and not overgrazed in order to assure quality and large numbers of big game. State Highway 34 provides direct, year round access and there is enough highway frontage to provide an excellent development opportunity for selling smaller parcels. Adequate water supply, good grass, easy access and convenient location all make the School Creek Ranch a very desirable property and a unique opportunity to own a large piece of Sybille Canyon. Contact Jon Keil at (307) 331-2833 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $2,100,000
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Gladsen Hill PropertyGLADSEN HILL PROPERTY
Hulett, Crook County, Wyoming

Located approximately 19 miles northeast of Hulett on Deer Creek Road in the Black Hills of Wyoming, the Gladsen Hill Property provides exceptional hunting and livestock grazing with end-of-the-road privacy and year round county road access. This 463 deeded acre parcel has a nice balance of pine and oak tree-covered hills and draws as well as rim rock with open, native grass covered parks. The topography provides exceptional summer grazing for livestock and tremendous cover and habitat for elk, deer, turkeys, bobcats, lions, and numerous other species of wildlife that are native to the area. Water is supplied by three reservoirs, one of which is spring-fed while the other is filled from runoff. Although there is a portion of the property that is not fenced out from an adjoining pasture, the majority of the property is fenced and cross-fenced with four and five barb wire. Contact Mark McNamee at (307) 467-5523 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $926,000
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Big Horn Mountain Hunting PropertyBIG HORN MOUNTAIN HUNTING PROPERTY
Washakie County, Wyoming

This 200 acre property sits in the middle of the Big Horn Mountains and offers great views of the mountains, meadows, and pine-coved hills. It is located approximately 55 miles southwest of Kaycee, or 80 miles north of Casper, Wyoming, on county roads. Three creeks, the Middle Fork of the Powder River, the Bar C Creek, and Spring Creek, flow through the property for approximately 1-1/2 combined miles and provide excellent Rainbow and Brook trout fishing. Native pine and aspen trees provide natural habitat for elk and mule deer. The cedar sided cabin has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It is 1-1/2 stories tall with an open loft and features a large wrap-around deck. The kitchen includes a breakfast counter, refrigerator, propane stove, and microwave. There is a separate dining room and the living room has a natural stone fireplace. A propane generator provides power to the cabin and gravity fed water is available from a developed spring. Contact Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 or Byron Geis at (307) 620-2871 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $1,150,000
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Sage Land & LivestockPrice Reduced!
SAGE LAND & LIVESTOCK
Boulder, Sublette County, Wyoming

This productive, well-maintained, 302 deeded acre ranch property offers stunning views of the snow-capped Wind River Mountain Range. The property is cross-fenced into five pastures for rotational feeding and calving and has 302 acres of irrigation rights from the Boulder Irrigation District. Owner-rated for 50 cow/calf pairs year-round or wintering 100 pairs and bulls for six months, the owner has historically wintered bulls, heifers, and horses on the property. Improvements include a 2,272 sq. ft. home, which was completed in 2007, with a landscaped yard. The home offers an open floor plan with high ceilings, a kitchen with stainless appliances and granite counter tops, two bedrooms, one bathroom with laundry room, and a loft that could function as a bonus room, bedroom, office, or large storage area. There is a heated and insulated, pull-through 26’x66’ shop with concrete floors and two overhead doors on each end. The shop has water, 220 amp electrical outlets, and a 20’x26’ bunkhouse that can easily be fitted with a kitchen and bathroom, a 20’x12’ tack room, and a 20’x54’ lean-to. Other outbuildings include 2,476 sq. ft. hay barn, 960 sq. ft. equipment shed, and livestock loafing sheds. The property features a pipe and continuous panel roping arena with return alley, a pipe and wood round corral, and numerous pens and runs. The corrals, pens and runs all have automatic water tanks. All of the pens and arena have had sand hauled in for excellent ground conditions and good drainage. Contact Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 or by e-mail for more details. Price reduced from $2,450,000 to $1,990,000.
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Marton Legacy RanchMARTON LEGACY RANCH
Alcova, Natrona & Carbon Counties, Wyoming

With elevations from 5,300 to 7,500 feet, this large, working cattle and sheep operation consists of 69,550 contiguous acres consisting of 35,700 deeded acres, 25,850 BLM lease acres, and 8,000 State of Wyoming lease acres. The ranch includes two miles of North Platte River frontage. The ranch headquarters lie 20 miles south of Casper, Wyoming near Alcova, approximately a mile off of Wyoming Highway 220. The headquarters are on the north portion of the ranch with the remaining ranch running south of the North Platte River to the top of Bear Mountain. The improvements are nice, but not overdone, in good repair and ready to move in with a continuance of the present operation which now runs about 450 mother cows, 2,300 ewes, and a support staff of replacement yearlings and breeding stock. Livestock water is provided from a wide variety of sources including streams, springs, reservoirs, solar wells, electric wells, and artesian wells. The winter range starts at the river bottoms and continues upward in elevation to the summer country which overlooks Pathfinder and Alcova Reservoirs. Winter feed is supplemented with 600 to 700 tons of hay bought from the nearby neighbors. The wildlife segment is an allotment of its own with deer, antelope, elk, waterfowl, upland birds, and, of course, blue ribbon fishing. Contact Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $16,000,000
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North Platte Fly Fishing RanchNORTH PLATTE FLY FISHING RANCH
Alcova, Natrona County, Wyoming

World-class fly fishing is found throughout the ten miles of North Platte River that make up the North Platte Fly Fishing Ranch. This offering includes the south bank of the North Platte River from Gray Reef Dam downstream for ten miles. In the past decade, American Angler magazine has twice heralded the Gray Reef segment of the North Platte River among the top destinations in the world to catch trophy rainbow trout. There are eight duck blinds situated along this stretch of the North Platte River that are currently rented out at $500 per year per blind with a waiting list for any vacancies. Fishing on the North Platte River is done on a per boat basis with an annual income of approximately $20,000. The exact number of deeded acres will be determined by a survey which will be completed during the inspection phase of an accepted contract to purchase. Contact Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $10,000,000
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Muleshoe RanchMULESHOE RANCH
Wheatland, Platte County, Wyoming

The 4,161 acre Muleshoe Ranch is located 10 minutes west of Wheatland and is comprised of approximately 839.24 deeded acres and 3,321.74 BLM lease acres with sweeping views of the Laramie Mountain Range. The cottonwood tree-lined river bottom is the backdrop for the 9,766 sq. ft. home that was built in 2007 with master craftsmanship and attention to every detail. This elegant ranch home has a superior combination of luxury and function with room for family, entertaining, and business. The large gourmet kitchen has custom, rustic, cherry cabinets with granite counter tops along with a breakfast nook. Appliances in the kitchen include a 60” Wolf range, dual convection ovens, two Sub-Zero refrigerators, and a freezer. The master suite is complete with a sitting area, gas fireplace, “morning” kitchen, and master bath. There are three additional bedrooms, each with walk-in closets and private bathrooms. The home also includes a great room with a stone fireplace, office, game room, theater room, and two over-sized, heated double garages. The historic Muleshoe Ranch headquarters on Sybille Creek include a rock horse barn that dates back to the mid-1800s. This ranch was one of the earliest established ranches in the area due to the location and productivity of the land. The second oldest territorial water rights from the Muleshoe Ditch, along with two Zimmatic pivots, provide water to the fertile 225 acres of river bottom farmland. The ranch is owner rated at 250 heifers for five months. There are also equipment sheds, numerous outbuildings, working corrals, horse paddocks, and a roping arena. A variety of wildlife is abundant on the ranch and includes whitetail deer, mule deer, turkeys, waterfowl, coyote, and eagles. Contact Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $6,500,000
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Mormon Canyon RanchMORMON CANYON RANCH
Glenrock, Converse County, Wyoming

With a headquarters located one mile south of Glenrock and easily accessible year-round via Interstate 25, paved State of Wyoming highways, and county maintained roads, the Mormon Canyon Ranch is a great combination of productive ranch land and recreational splendor. The ranch has been under the same ownership since 1962 and consists of 4,267.34 deeded acres and 623.28 State of Wyoming lease acres for a total of approximately 4,890.62 acres. The ranch is owner-rated at approximately 200 cow/calf pairs year-round with supplemental hay being fed during the winter months. There are approximately 160 acres of irrigated hay ground and a set of improvements, all watered via springs, solar wells, and windmills along with year-round live water provided by Deer Creek. The property consists of canyon lands and native grass rolling hills with mature cottonwoods and boxelder trees in the creek bottoms. The ranch is home to an abundance of wildlife including mule deer, whitetail deer, wild turkeys, antelope, and elk. Due to easy accessibility and close proximity to the demand for gravel and crushed rock, there is also untapped potential of great value on the ranch. Contact Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price reduced from $6,500,000 to $4,500,000.
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Lone Tree Creek RanchPrice Reduced!
LONE TREE CREEK RANCH
Laramie County, Wyoming

Within 2-1/2 hours of Denver International Airport, the Lone Tree Creek Ranch is located 20 miles west of Cheyenne or 30 miles east of Laramie and just off of I-80. This beautiful, 700 deeded acre ranch sits along the northern edge of the Saddle Bank Mountains and offers endless possibilities for the outdoor enthusiast. Unique rock outcroppings, pine and cedar tree-covered ridges, along with the willows that line Lone Tree Creek as it travels through the ranch for approximately a mile, are some of the distinctive amenities this ranch offers. Lone Tree Creek provides ample year-round, live water for livestock and wildlife and feeds into two large ponds stocked with brook and brown trout. The terrain offers excellent habitat and protection for the variety of wildlife that frequent the ranch including elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, and wild turkeys. The 100 acres of lush sub-irrigated hay ground supplies additional feed for livestock and wildlife. Improvements include a two-story, 3,864 sq. ft. home that was totally remodeled in 2014. Granite countertops, stainless steel Kenmore appliances, hardwood floors, redwood decks, new roof, windows, and doors are just a few of the highlights found in this four bedroom, 3-1/2 bath home that also features a finished walkout basement and attached 4-car garage. Price reduced to $2,100,000

Available Parcel Options:
Option A: 144.99 deeded acres with improvements - Maps.  Price reduced to $1,000,000
Option B: 555.70 deeded acres with no improvements - Maps.  Price: $1,100,000

Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or Logan Schliinz at (970) 222-0584 or by e-mail for more details.
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Wilson FarmPrice Reduced!
WILSON FARM
Lander, Fremont County, Wyoming

Located north and adjacent to the town of Lander are 90 deeded acres offered for the first time in 45 years! This beautiful, private farm estate is just minutes from town and features Squaw Creek and Baldwin Creek flowing through the length of the farm. There are approximately 67 acres of territorial water rights available to irrigate the fields. Improvements include an older, 1,400 sq. ft., three bedroom, two bath home, detached garage, and several outbuildings. The residence has city water, sewer, and natural gas, yet feels like it is in a world of its own. This is a unique opportunity to own a private estate with the convenience of town in the foothills of the Wind River Mountains. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price reduced to $1,050,000.
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Keffer RanchKEFFER RANCH
Buffalo, Johnson County, Wyoming

Located approximately 1.5 miles south of Buffalo on Klondike Road, the 213 acre Keffer Ranch features a 5,868 sq. ft., five bedroom, 3-1/2 bath custom-built home on a finished, walk out basement, a nice barn, open face loafing shed, a nice set of corrals, and a heated shop. There are 50 acres currently in hay production that are irrigated with “second in line” water rights for 160 acres from the Johnson-Holt ditch. The balance of the ranch is made up of good native grass pasture. In addition, Cummings Creek provides year-round live water on the property and there are four spring fed ponds, two of which have good fishing as well as irrigation rights. This unique property has paved road access, natural gas service, and 17 additional acres available including the MK Acreage. Contact Mark McNamee at (307) 467-5523 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $2,250,000
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Marton RanchMARTON RANCH
Alcova, Natrona & Carbon Counties, Wyoming

With elevations from 5,300 to 7,500 feet, this large, working cattle and sheep operation consists of 69,550 contiguous acres including 35,700 deeded acres, 25,850 BLM lease acres, and 8,000 State of Wyoming lease acres. The ranch is bordered on the northwest by the North Platte River starting at the Gray Reef dam and running downstream for approximately 12 miles. The ranch headquarters lie 20 miles south of Casper, Wyoming near Alcova, approximately a mile off of Wyoming Highway 220. The headquarters are on the north portion of the ranch with the remaining ranch running to the southeast from the riverbanks to the top of Bear Mountain. The improvements are nice, but not overdone, in good repair and ready to move in with a continuance of the present operation which now runs about 450 cows, 2,300 ewes, and a support staff of replacement yearlings and breeding stock. Livestock water is provided from a wide variety of sources including streams, springs, reservoirs, solar wells, electric wells, and artesian wells. The winter range starts at the river bottoms and continues upward in elevation to the summer country which overlooks Pathfinder and Alcova Reservoirs. Winter feed is supplemented with 600 to 700 tons of hay bought from the nearby neighbors. The wildlife segment is an allotment of its own with deer, antelope, elk, waterfowl, upland birds, and, of course, blue ribbon fishing. Contact Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $28,000,000

The Marton Family would also consider offers for the river portion of the ranch along with a portion of acreage that would fit the buyer's needs. Please see the brochure for more details.
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Cave Springs RanchPrice Reduced!
CAVE SPRINGS RANCH 
Newcastle, Weston County, Wyoming
Within minutes of the city limits of Newcastle, Wyoming are 1,779 deeded acres, 480 acres of Federal land, and 461 State of Wyoming lease acres that combine for a total of 2,720 contiguous acres.  The Cave Springs Ranch offers 1-1/2 miles of highway frontage along US Highway 85.  This is an incredibly beautiful property from the steep, rugged canyons to the pine, cedar, and juniper tree-covered ridges to gently sloping pastures.  From the high plateaus, views of the Cambria and Cave Springs Canyons, as well as the town of Newcastle, are phenomenal.  In addition to the diverse topography and gorgeous scenery, several fresh water springs dot the ranch, along with a number of stock water dams.  For the outdoor enthusiast, the ranch offers an abundance of wildlife, including whitetail deer, mule deer, wild turkeys, antelope and elk.  Improvements include a metal shed with an older set of corrals.  Contact Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details.  Price reduced from $2,846,400 to $2,300,000 or approximately $1,293 per deeded acre.
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SOUTH DAKOTA FARM, RANCH & RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES
 
Butler RanchBUTLER RANCH
Buffalo, Harding County, South Dakota

The Butler Ranch, located 10 miles north of Buffalo, South Dakota in the heart of hard grass cattle country, and is easily accessible year-round with paved county road access off of US Highway 85. The west boundary of the ranch borders the South Cave Hills of Custer National Forest. The ranch can be used year-round for a cow-calf operation or utilized for summer grazing and consists of 2,543.32 deeded acres and 280 leased acres for a total of 2,823.32 acres. Ample water is provided by four wells with pipelines and tanks along with several reservoirs and two seasonal, brushy creeks. The ranch headquarters includes a 1,400 sq. ft. house, a 3,072 sq. ft. livestock barn, and a 2,500 sq. ft. hoop building. In addition, a set of working and shipping corrals are located just off the paved, county road. Contact Ron Ensz at (605) 210-0337 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $1,907,500
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Christofferson PropertyCHRISTOFFERSON PROPERTY
Spearfish, Lawrence County, South Dakota

This acreage is located in northern Lawrence County just five miles north of Spearfish with great views of the Black Hills as well as the Redwater River valley and breaks. The 240 deeded acre property is a mixture of irrigated cropland and rolling pasture with 107 acres of tillable land that is typically planted to alfalfa. Of the tillable land, approximately 85 acres are irrigated with side roll sprinklers utilizing irrigation water from a flowing well that is approximately 1,000 feet deep. The well provides adequate pressure to operate the side roll sprinklers for irrigation and also provides water for two private ponds. Hundreds of trees have been planted in shelterbelts across the property which provides winter livestock protection and excellent wildlife habitat. The property includes a headquarters complete with a house, outbuildings, and corrals/pens. The ranch house was built in 1933 and has 1,188 square feet of living space.  Buyers can use this house as living quarters or build their own custom residence on top of one of the hills that offer tremendous views of the area. Other improvements include a historic 30’x50’ barn partially used as a shop area, a 12’x20’ storage shed with a concrete floor, a 10’x20’ bunkhouse, a 30’x32’ machine shed / livestock barn adjacent to working corrals, and 280 feet of feed bunk space off of a fenced hay lot. The improvements are served by a well and water hydrants are strategically placed throughout the property for livestock use. Contact Ron Ensz at (605) 210-0337 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $1,560,000
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320 Acre Hunting Property320 ACRE HUNTING PROPERTY
Murdo, Jones County, South Dakota

This 320 deeded acre hunting property is located northwest of Murdo, South Dakota and north of I-90 in the heart of South Dakota pheasant country. There are 306.32 acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) with food and wild flower plots to enhance habitat for pheasants. One quarter has a 10 acre food plot planted to flax and 15 acres planted to wild flowers. The second quarter has a 5 acre food plot planted to flax and 15 acres planted to wild flowers. The balance of the land is planted to various grasses and alfalfa. The food plots, wild flower plots, and grasses provide excellent habitat for ring necked pheasant and whitetail deer. The CRP contracts generate $7,559 of income per year. This property offers hunting opportunities plus an annual income. The Seller is willing to work with a Buyer to cancel the CRP contracts in order to allow farming on one or both of the quarters. Contact Ron Ensz at (605) 210-0337 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $576,000
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Rogers Irrigated FarmROGERS IRRIGATED FARM
Newell, Butte County, South Dakota

This 1,202 acre, irrigated farm has two units located east and northeast of Newell, South Dakota. The North Unit is located three miles northeast of Newell off of Highway 212 and consists of 402 acres with approximately 312 acres irrigated by three Valley low-pressure center pivots. The balance of the North Unit acreage consists of 20 flood irrigated acres along with approximately 70 acres of dryland hay ground. A new, 96’x50’ pole frame machine shed with 16’ sidewalls and a 16’ lean-to is located on the North Unit. The South Unit is located four miles east of Newell on Hope Road and consists of 800 acres with approximately 270 acres irrigated by three Valley low-pressure center pivots. The balance of the South Unit includes 220 flood irrigated acres and 301 acres of dryland hay ground and fenced pastures. There are two small livestock buildings and three Butte Meade Sanitary Water District water taps on the South Unit. All of the acreage under the six center pivots were seeded to alfalfa in the spring of 2015. Irrigation water for the pivots and flood irrigated ground is provided by the Belle Fourche Irrigation District which identifies 828.4 acres of allocated water to the farm at a cost of approximately $18,519 per year. The farm can be purchased in its entirety or separate units. Contact Ron Ensz at (605) 210-0337 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $3,300,000
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Indian Canyon RanchINDIAN CANYON RANCH
Hot Springs, Fall River County, South Dakota

Exquisite beauty is found throughout this 1,450 acre ranch. The ranch is contiguous and consists of 1,000 deeded acres and 450 BLM lease acres, all of which lie in the southern Black Hills approximately 30 minutes from Hot Springs and Custer State Park and within minutes of Angostura Reservoir. The ranch has historically summered approximately 125 to 150 head of yearling cattle for 4-1/2 months during the summer.  Improvements include a remodeled 2,800 sq. ft., four bedroom, three bathroom home with a walk-out basement. There is also a 3,888 sq. ft. Morton building and a set of working corrals. Whitetail deer, mule deer, elk, wild turkeys and upland game birds frequent the property. Year-round activities such as hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling are all possible on the ranch. For the outdoor enthusiast, the Indian Canyon Ranch has it all. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details.  Price: $1,150,000
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MONTANA FARM, RANCH & RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES
 
Double Diamond RanchDOUBLE DIAMOND RANCH
Yellowstone & Musselshell Counties, Montana
 
Comprised of 9,650 contiguous acres, the Double Diamond Ranch offers a rare and diverse investment opportunity with a balance of productive farm and cattle operations, recreational attributes, and a beautiful and private setting. For decades, the terrain of sweeping plateaus, cedar tree-filled draws, and dramatically walled canyons have been managed with care to provide a thriving wildlife population for the elk, mule deer, pronghorn antelope, turkey, grouse, and the occasional mountain lion who call this place home. Being a true productive ranch, the Double Diamond Ranch is also home to cattle that roam the strong grass country and graze the pine tree-covered hillsides, while the dry land farming operations provide the balance of winter ground and feed. Although this property boasts an unparalleled scenic and private setting, it also has great access via U.S. Highway 87 approximately 20 miles north of Billings, Montana, a central and economic hub of the Northern Rockies. The Double Diamond Ranch transcends the traditional boundaries of most recreational properties providing its new owner a chance to participate in a truly productive ranch whose potential will be a strong investment for generations to come. Contact Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for details. Price: $6,000,000
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Pompeys RanchPOMPEYS RANCH ON THE YELLOWSTONE
Pompeys Pillar, Yellowstone County, Montana
 
Conveniently located near Billings, Montana, Pompeys Ranch offers a unique combination of production and recreation value in the tightly held Yellowstone River Valley. Comprised of approximately 160 total acres, the ranch is the currently used as the headquarters and feed base for a registered cattle operation. The heart of the ranch is made up of 60 acres of irrigated ground, grass filled river bottoms, and updated barns and corrals. A short commute puts one in the middle of Montana’s largest city with access to the best markets, healthcare, and business opportunities in the region. Expand your current operation, use as a private hunting/recreational property, or build your dream home on the banks of the Yellowstone River – the many deer, turkeys, and pheasants make great neighbors! Contact Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $850,000
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Cottonwood Equestrian CenterPrice Reduced!
COTTONWOOD EQUESTRIAN CENTER

Silesia, Carbon County, Montana
 
The Cottonwood Equestrian Center, located along the banks of the Clarks Fork River approximately 23 miles southwest of Billings, is the premier equestrian facility in the region. The 378 acre property includes approximately 58 deeded acres and 320 private lease acres which are set up for large equestrian events as well as a private training facility. Amenities include over 30 indoor stalls; a small indoor training arena; a large indoor riding arena; two large outdoor riding arenas; a heated mare barn; a ranch office; wash rooms; vet rooms; a large electric hot walker/exerciser; two large, custom-built homes; a heated shop; 24 RV hook ups; and more. Very few equine facilities of this caliber are ever offered for sale in this area. Contact Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961 or by e-mail for more details. Price Reduced from $3,550,000 to $2,500,000.
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COLORADO FARM, RANCH & RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES
 
Thayer FarmTHAYER FARM
Timnath, Larimer County, Colorado


Located approximately one mile north of Timnath, this
116.5 acre farm has 83 flood irrigated acres and 1/4 mile of I-25 Frontage Road for its western border. This prime location near Fort Collins has many development opportunities. The land is fairly level with approximately 33 acres of pasture located on the east end along County Road 5 and the irrigated farm ground located on the west side of the property. In addition to four irrigation wells, this property includes three shares of Lake Canal water rights as well as one additional water right share from the Lake Canal Reservoir. With great access to property, the Thayer Farm is minutes from all the amenities found in the Fort Collins area as well as being favorably located for easy commutes. Contact Logan Schliinz at (970) 222-0584 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $1,550,000
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NEBRASKA FARM, RANCH & RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES
 
Bradley FarmTANK FARM
Lyman, Scotts Bluff & Banner Counties, Nebraska

This 810.9 deeded acre farm is conveniently located approximately 30 miles southwest of Scottsbluff, Nebraska, or 21 miles south of Lyman, Nebraska. Seven irrigation wells are tied together to provide water to operate two pivots. One pivot irrigates approximately 80 acres planted in corn and the second pivot irrigates 80 acres planted in alfalfa and grass. Approximately 86.4 acres of the farm is enrolled in the EQUIP program through NRCS as are the outside edges of the two pivots for a total of 133 acres. The acres enrolled in EQUIP are under a two year, temporary water buyout program which pays the landowner $18,900 per year. There are 110 acres north of the headquarters that are dry land hay ground and west of the hay ground are 210 acres of native grass pasture. Water is provided to livestock from a well at the headquarters via underground pipeline to four stock tanks. Improvements at the headquarters include a 2,000 sq. ft., four bedroom, 2-1/2 bath house; 24’x40’ Platte River steel building; several outbuildings; and corrals. Hundreds of trees have recently been planted throughout the farm to provide shelter for livestock and wildlife. Pheasants, mule deer, and antelope are just some of the wildlife that frequent the farm. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or Ryan Rochlitz at (307) 286-3307 or by e-mail for more details.  Price: $1,350,000
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Bradley FarmBRADLEY FARM
Henry, Sioux County, Nebraska

The Bradley Farm has 160 acres of productive farm ground and is located approximately nine miles north of Henry, Nebraska with easy access off of a paved road. The majority of the farm is irrigated by a seven tower, low-pressure Zimmatic pivot with the remaining land flood-irrigated with gated pipe which is included with the property. There are two sources of irrigation water for the farm. The first source is an irrigation well adjudicated and established in 1953 for 156.2 acres, and the second source is a 160 acre share of Pathfinder Reservoir. The annual cost for the shares of Pathfinder Reservoir is $4,800 or $30 per acre. The soil consists of primarily loamy fine sand and has been producing a variety of crops including alfalfa and corn. The north 80 acres were seeded in the spring of 2014 to an alfalfa/grass mix. Improvements include a 1,500 sq. ft. house, 40’x75’ metal shop, and 12’x14’ tool shed. The Bradley Farm is conveniently located from Torrington, WY and Scottsbluff, NE. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $832,000
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Big Sky FarmBIG SKY FARM
Lyman, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska

This contiguous, 1,548 deeded acre farm is located approximately one mile north of Lyman, Nebraska. There are 1,236 irrigated acres with water provided from four irrigation wells which are adjudicated from 700 GPM to 1,200 GPM with static water at approximately 15 feet. In addition, surface water rights are provided from three sources: the Gering-Ft. Laramie Irrigation District for 856 irrigable acres; the Mitchell Irrigation District for 24 irrigable acres; and two appropriations from Horse Creek for 5.07 CFS. Five low-pressure pivots irrigate 611.61 acres while the remaining 625 acres are flood-irrigated using gated pipe. Approximately 880 acres of the irrigated ground are a new stand of alfalfa. Horse Creek flows along the southern boundary of the property for approximately one mile, sheltered by mature cottonwood and ash trees. Improvements include three homes, an 80’x125’ red iron hay barn with 20 foot side walls, and a 60’x120’ pole barn with 16 foot side walls. In addition, the farm has a brand-new 999 head feedlot with 1,000 feet of concrete feeding bunk and five automatic water tanks along with livestock working facilities that include several working pens, alley ways, tub, and a Silencer hydraulic chute. The feedlot is constructed of railroad ties and continuous steel panels. The Big Sky Farm is currently enrolled in the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) with an annual payment of $40,000 for the remaining four years of the enrollment. An abundance of wildlife frequent the farm including mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, wild turkeys, pheasants, ducks, geese, and sharp-tail grouse. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or Mark McNamee at (307) 467-5523 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $6,500,000
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Rooster Junction Hunting PropertyROOSTER JUNCTION HUNTING PROPERTY
Alliance, Box Butte County, Nebraska

The Rooster Junction Hunting Property is located approximately 16 miles north of Alliance, Nebraska in the heart of Nebraska’s upland bird hunting. This 960 deeded acre, turnkey hunting operation includes an 7,728 sq. ft., fully furnished hunting lodge as well as the owner’s list of clients. Excellent habitat and protection, along with Box Butte Creek and several stock ponds, provide for a wide variety of wildlife including pheasant, duck, geese, sharp tail grouse, whitetail deer, and mule deer. The wildlife habitat has been greatly enhanced by over 80,000 trees that have been planted throughout the property. There are approximately 550 acres currently enrolled in CRP, 215 acres of dry land farm ground, 110 acres of pivot-irrigated ground, and 82 acres consisting of wetland and meadows. The CRP contracts, along with the leasing of the farm ground, provide excellent additional income to the property. The improvements include the hunting lodge along with a 42’ x 60’ Morton building and a 60’ x 98’ Cleary building. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or Ryan Rochlitz at (307) 286-3307 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $2,250,000
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Long Canyon RanchLONG CANYON RANCH
Harrisburg, Banner County, Nebraska

The Long Canyon Ranch is available for just the second time since it was homesteaded in the 1900s. Pride of ownership is obvious throughout the ranch which encompasses 1,380 deeded acres. Nestled in the valley of Long Canyon, there are stunning views from every room of the 3,575 sq. ft., three bedroom, four bath, ranch-style home. This elegant, custom home was built in 2012 with many unique amenities including two slate rock fireplaces; impressively designed kitchen; master suite with large walk-in closet and full bath with walk-in shower, jetted tub, and heated floor; outdoor patio; and an attached two car garage with bonus room. Other improvements include 30’x30’ Cleary garage and 32’x60’ Quonset, both with concrete floors and electric overhead doors; and a 27’x72’ livestock barn with stalls, tack room, and hayloft along with two sets of working corrals.

Located in the heart of cattle country, the Long Canyon Ranch is home to 220 head of yearlings during the summer grazing season that historically produce gains of approximately 2.7 lbs. per day on the high protein hard grass common to the area. The year-round carrying capacity of the ranch is owner rated at approximately 65 cow/calf pairs with supplemental hay during the winter months. The current owners have significantly improved the water supply from the three submersible wells on the ranch including a buried pressure tank with pump, 17,620 feet of 1-1/2" PVC underground pipeline to six bottomless tanks, and three stock tanks on the third well.

With the excellent water system, along with the exceptional tree-covered canyons, the Long Canyon Ranch provides an ideal habitat for a number of wildlife species including elk, whitetail deer, mule deer, turkeys, and antelope. Outdoor activities such as hiking, rock climbing, biking, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling are all possible on the ranch. For the outdoor enthusiast, the Long Canyon Ranch has it all. 
Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or Ryan Rochlitz at (307) 286-3307 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $2,250,000
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Gerdes Hunting PropertyPrice Reduced!
GERDES HUNTING PROPERTY
Alliance, Box Butte County, Nebraska

This beautiful, 680 deeded acre property is located approximately 20 miles northeast of Alliance and 18 miles east of Hemingford. With Box Butte Creek traversing the property, it is well situated for hunting and fishing opportunities. Homesteaded in the 1800s by the Gerdes family, the property is located along the central flyway which is known for its great waterfowl hunting. Excellent habitat and protection abounds for a wide variety of wildlife that includes mule and whitetail deer, wild turkeys, pheasants, ducks, geese, and sharp-tail grouse. Bass are the predominant fish population in the pond on Box Butte Creek. The property has been greatly enhanced with the planting of approximately 24,000 trees, including some fruit trees. Along with the natural tree population on the property, the newer trees provide additional cover for wildlife. There are two CRP and two Wetlands agreements currently in place on the property which provide a good income. There are 287 acres of dry land farm ground and additional pasture acres for grazing. The improvements are located at the southern end of the property and include an older 3,724 sq. ft., three story house with five bedrooms and two baths; a large, older, 4,160 sq. ft. barn; a 1,584 sq. ft. shed; a small shed; corrals; and three small grain bins. Water is provided for the home and livestock use by two submersible wells and one windmill. Contact Mark Kaufman at (308) 641-0354 or by e-mail for more details. Price reduced to $1,700,000.
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EitelSectionPrice Reduced!
EITEL SECTION
Bushnell, Kimball County, Nebraska

This property is located approximately eight miles south of Bushnell, Nebraska on County Road 17. It consists of a total of 640 deeded acres of which 570 acres are currently enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). The remaining 70 acres are native grass pasture. Approximately 25,000 trees have been planted on 120 acres of the CRP ground. The property also has several thousand trees that are over 10 years old which include pine, cedar, and juniper trees as well as chokecherry and buffalo berry bushes. This balance of feed and cover provides habitat for a variety of wildlife including mule deer, antelope, sharp-tail grouse, and pheasants. The annual CRP payment is approximately $18,500 and the contract runs until 2024. With this income and the farm’s good year-round access, it would make an ideal home site or a solid investment property for years to come. Contact Mark Kaufman at (308) 641-0354 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price reduced from $640,000 to $545,000.
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NORTH DAKOTA FARM, RANCH & RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES
 
RJ RanchRJ RANCH
Grassy Butte, McKenzie County, North Dakota

The RJ Ranch is located on the edge of the North Dakota Badlands in the heart of cattle country approximately ten miles northwest of Grassy Butte, North Dakota. This multi-generational cattle ranch offers a complete package with abundant water, hard grass, natural protection, and improvements. Currently operated as a year-round cow/calf operation, the ranch consists of 2,868,14 deeded acres, including 1,100 acres of hay ground, with a 364 head, seven month inventory permit with the adjacent McKenzie Grazing Association. Rural water, wells, springs, and year-round live water creeks provide ample water for the cattle throughout the year. The substantial feed base and heavy weaning weights make this a quality Badlands cattle ranch. The ranch includes two very nice set of improvements each with a three bedroom home with an attached garage, multiple outbuildings, and easy access off of US Highway 85. The wildlife on the ranch includes whitetail and mule deer, elk, coyotes, bobcat, pheasant, turkeys, and grouse. There is a land owner elk tag available with this ranch for a resident owner. The RJ Ranch could be purchased as two smaller ranches known as the Johnston Ranch and Hartman Ranch. Contact Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for details. Price: $6,500,000
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Whitetail Creek RanchWHITETAIL CREEK RANCH
Fairfield, Billings County, North Dakota
 
Located on the edge of the famous North Dakota Badlands, the Whitetail Creek Ranch is a solid, year-round cow/calf operation. This well-watered, hard grass ranch produces heavy calf weights each year. Currently, the owners run approximately 400 head of cattle on a combination of 3,652 deeded acres, 640 State of North Dakota lease acres, and 7,000 federal lease acres through Medora Grazing Association permits for a total of 11,292 acres. Approximately 700 of the deeded acres are used as a feed base to produce hay for winter feed for the cattle. Deep, tree and brush filled draws provide amazing winter protection for the cattle and a perfect habitat for the flourishing wildlife found on the ranch. Developed springs, wells, pipelines, and reservoirs produce abundant, year round water across the entire property. The well maintained improvements include a beautiful three bedroom, two bath home on a walk-out basement with an attached two-car garage; horse barn; three cattle barns; equipment shop; and detached garage. The ranch is easily accessible year-round off of US Highway 85 via well maintained county roads, and is close to larger communities that offer many retail, banking, and health care options. Contact Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for details. Price: $6,500,000
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Johnston RanchJOHNSTON RANCH
Grassy Butte, McKenzie County, North Dakota
 
The Johnston Ranch is an impressive Badlands Ranch located in western North Dakota in the heart of cattle country. Typical of the area, this ranch offers the hard grass and abundant water that make for heavy weaning weights on calves. With over 700 acres of feed base and impressive natural protection, it is well qualified as a great year-round cow/calf operation. Currently, the ranch consists of 1,588.14 deeded acres and a 200 head inventory permit in the McKenzie Grazing Association. The ranch has a great set of improvements at the headquarters and easy access off of US Highway 85, just north of Grassy Butte, North Dakota. The Improvements include a nice, 1,800 sq. ft., three bedroom, 2-1/2 bath home with an attached two car garage; 40' x 90' steel frame equipment shop; 24' x 30' work shop with concrete floor and heat; and two older livestock barns with corrals. Rural water, wells, springs, and year-round live water creeks provide ample water for the cattle throughout the year. As with most ranches in the area, the Johnston Ranch has whitetail and mule deer, antelope, elk, upland birds, and coyotes for the wildlife enthusiasts. The Johnston Ranch could be purchased with the neighboring Hartman Ranch to increase the number of cattle and feed base acres. Contact Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for details. Price: $3,500,000
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Hartman RanchHARTMAN RANCH
Grassy Butte, McKenzie County, North Dakota

The Hartman Ranch is located ten miles northwest of Grassy Butte, North Dakota on the edge of the famous North Dakota Badlands. This multigenerational cattle ranch offers a complete package: abundant water, hard grass, and natural protection. Currently operated as a year-round cow/calf operation, pride of ownership is apparent in the care of the headquarters, quality of the grass, and condition of the cattle. Consisting of 1,280 deeded acres, the owners maintain a 200 head inventory which includes a 164 head, seven month grazing permit in the adjacent McKenzie Grazing Association. Substantial feed base and heavy weaning weights make this a quality Badlands cattle ranch. The wildlife on the ranch includes whitetail and mule deer, elk, coyotes, bobcat, pheasant, turkeys, and grouse. The improvements include a 1,900 sq. ft., three bedroom, two bath home with an attached two car garage; a bunk house; 30' x 36' Quonset; 30' x 40' Coverall building; corrals, and a calving barn. There is a land owner elk tag available with this ranch for a resident owner. The Hartman Ranch could be purchased with the neighboring Johnston Ranch to increase the number of cattle as well as the feed base acres. Contact Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for details. Price: $3,200,000
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