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CATO CRAZY WOMAN RANCH
Buffalo, Johnson County, Wyoming

The historic Cato Crazy Woman Ranch is a well-watered, highly productive, low overhead grass ranch located in north central Wyoming. Situated in the Powder River Basin near the Big Horn Mountains, the Cato Crazy Woman Ranch exemplifies the West and the best Wyoming has to offer. Today, this historic ranch is being offered on the market for only the second time since it was first homesteaded. Home to 1,000 head of mother cows, 50 head of bulls and a handful of saddle horses, this legacy ranch is designed for the rancher who practices stewardship through highly engineered water development, strategic fencing, and astute range management. The Cato Crazy Woman Ranch is expansive, has unparalleled access, and is conveniently located only 15 miles from Buffalo. The ranch consists of approximately 49,657 acres, with 44,657 contiguous, deeded acres, 3,200 State of Wyoming lease acres, and 1,800 BLM lease acres. Crazy Woman Creek flows through ten pastures and provides year-round water. Large cottonwoods follow the creek bed, and there are deep draws that provide natural protection and good grass cover. Reservoirs and wells provide water to the rest of the rangeland. This is a rare opportunity to own a large, fully improved, dry grass ranch with almost 50,000 acres. Ownership consists of approximately 90% deeded acreage. The ranch is approximately 13 miles long and nine miles wide, encompassing almost 80 contiguous square miles of productive and picturesque land. Contact Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $18,810,000 or $421 per deeded acre.

Download the Cato Crazy Woman Ranch brochure, a 22 page, 3.7 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property. A full size ranch map (10 MB PDF) is also available for review.

CATO CLEAR CREEK RANCH
Buffalo, Johnson County, Wyoming

The Cato Clear Creek Ranch in north central Wyoming is offered on the market for just the second time since it was homesteaded. Pride of ownership is obvious throughout the ranch which encompasses over 17,000 sprawling, productive acres near the beautiful Big Horn Mountains. Located in the heart of cattle country, the Cato Clear Creek Ranch is home to 450 mother cows that produce hearty and heavy calves on the high protein hard grass common to the area. The ranch consists of approximately 17,849 acres, with 12,023 deeded acres, 396 BLM lease acres, and 5,430 State of Wyoming lease acres. This fully improved, low overhead grass ranch, with its headquarters, working corrals, and scales easily accessible off U.S. Highway 16, is located 14 miles northeast of Buffalo, Wyoming. Home to record-book mule deer, whitetail deer, and Pronghorn antelope, the ranch offers the rare opportunity to own not only one of the finest cattle ranches in the state, but also access to some of the best hunting and fishing in the area. Hands on management is evident across the entire ranch as you travel from the western headquarters on beautiful Clear Creek to the far eastern edge of the expansive, native grass pastures. Over its decade of ownership, current management has significantly improved the water supply, fencing, and cross fencing which have contributed to the consistent weight gains and impressive breed back percentages, as the cattle seldom have to travel over one mile to access water. Contact Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $7,190,000 or $598 per deeded acre.

Download the Cato Clear Creek Ranch brochure, a 22 page, 3.85 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property. A full size ranch map (11 MB PDF) is also available for review.

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. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or Logan Schliinz at (970) 222-0584 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $2,300,000

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 Clay Griffith at (307) 851-9856 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $1,200,000

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Under Contract
LANCASTER RANCH

Glendo, Platte County, Wyoming

This scenic and historic ranch, owned by the same family for 70 years, includes 11,787.96 deeded acres, 1,160.93 BLM lease acres, 800 State of Wyoming lease acres, and 2,000 private lease acres for a total of 15,748.89 acres. There are six pivots on individual wells irrigating 865 acres. Historically the owners have produced alfalfa hay for supplemental feeding during the winter months. The ranch is owner rated at 500 cow/calf pairs year-round. Approximately two miles of Horseshoe Creek meanders through the ranch and draws a wide range of wildlife including elk, deer, antelope, eagles, and waterfowl. This ranch, easily accessed off paved State Highway 319, offers many scenic western vistas with pine tree-covered hills and Laramie Peak towering to the west. The ranch headquarters, located south of Glendo, are comprised of 4,289.96 deeded acres, 480.93 BLM lease acres, and 800 State of Wyoming lease acres, for a total of 5,570.89 acres. There are four low-pressure center pivots that irrigate 560 acres. Improvements at the headquarters include a 5,200 sq. ft. two-story ranch home constructed in 2007. The home has five bedrooms; four full bathrooms; two half baths; living room; dining room; kitchen; hobby room; and attached, oversized, two car garage. There is a historic red horse barn, steel tractor shop, 40’x60’ steel building, certified cattle scale, two feedlots, and lighted calving corrals and loafing shed. There are also two manager’s homes. The southern part of the ranch is known as the Dwyer Ranch and is comprised of 7,498 deeded acres, 680 BLM lease acres, and 2,000 private lease acres. There are two low-pressure center pivots on private wells that irrigate 305 acres. US Highway 26 runs parallel to this part of the ranch for approximately two miles which could potentially allow for commercial or industrial development. Contact Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $8,500,000

Download the Lancaster Ranch brochure, an 23 page, 1.94 MB PDF

HEDGECOCK FARM
Torrington, Goshen County, Wyoming

The 2,011.88 deeded acre Hedgecock Farm is located on the North Platte River approximately nine miles southeast of Torrington, Wyoming. It offers irrigated farm ground, productive grazing, and recreational opportunities as it is located in the heart of the central flyway, an area known for excellent waterfowl hunting. There are 261 irrigated acres under five low-pressure center pivots with 161 acres of new seeding alfalfa and 100 acres of native hay ground. The adjudicated water rights for irrigation are from private wells. The owner is willing to convey 50% of an approximate 90% ownership of the mineral estate. The headquarters includes a vacant house, steel equipment shop, various outbuildings and corrals. Contact Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $3,000,000

GOERING RANCH
Torrington, Goshen County, Wyoming

The Goering Ranch is located on the North Platte River seven miles southeast of Torrington, Wyoming. It offers irrigated farm ground, productive grazing, and recreational opportunities. The ranch has 3,154.65 deeded acres including 253 irrigated acres under three center pivots. The adjudicated water rights for irrigation are from private wells. The headquarters includes a newly remodeled ranch house, various outbuildings, and a good set of pipe working corrals. This ranch is located in the heart of the central flyway, an area known for excellent waterfowl hunting. The owner is willing to convey 50% of an approximate 90% ownership of the mineral estate. Historically the grazing has been leased and the ranch has had substantial income from gravel. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $4,000,000

KEFFER 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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HUNTON MEADOWS RANCH
Torrington, Goshen County, Wyoming

The Hunton Meadows Ranch is located on the North Platte River seven miles southeast of Torrington, Wyoming. It offers irrigated farm ground, productive grazing, and recreational opportunities. The ranch consists of 5,166.53 deeded acres which includes 514 irrigated acres under eight low-pressure center pivots. The adjudicated water rights for irrigation are from private wells. Historically, the grazing has been leased out, and the lessees run 450-500 pairs for six months. The headquarters at Hunton Meadows Ranch include a newly-remodeled ranch house, various outbuildings, and a good set of pipe working corrals. This ranch is located in the heart of the central flyway, an area known for excellent waterfowl hunting. The owner is willing to convey 50% of an approximate 90% ownership of the mineral estate. The ranch has had substantial income from gravel production in the past. 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

Download the Hunton Meadows Ranch brochure, a 19 page, 2.4 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

Under Contract
NORTH LARAMIE RIVER RANCH
Albany County, Wyoming

The North Laramie River Ranch is a high plains ranch that offers both productive grazing and recreational opportunities. It is located approximately 77 miles northeast of Laramie, Wyoming in the foothills of Laramie Mountains. It is comprised of 5,733 deeded acres and 4,587 BLM lease acres for a total of 10,320 acres. The land is a combination of rolling grass hills and rock outcroppings with mountain mahogany, cedar, and pine trees found throughout the mountainous terrain. The ranch, which is owner-rated at 250 to 300 cow/calf pairs year-round, is divided into seven pastures and is currently leased. There are excellent water rights from the Toltec Reservoir to irrigate 697 acres. A submersible well, a 30,000-gallon storage tank, and seven miles of pipeline to stock tanks located throughout the ranch, along with springs and creeks, provide water to both livestock and wildlife. Improvements on the ranch include a 2,320 sq. ft. custom, log home built in 1998; a 3,960 sq. ft. shop/barn, and a set of corrals.  The home includes four bedrooms, each with its own private bath, along with a living room with stone fireplace, dining area, and kitchen. The North Laramie River Ranch offers exceptional hunting and fishing. Located in Wyoming elk hunting Area 7, the ranch qualifies for two landowner elk licenses and the resident elk herd presents the opportunity to harvest a trophy bull of a lifetime. Trout fishing can be found along approximately 1-1/2 miles of the North Laramie River running through the ranch. Contact Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $2,690,000

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MULE CREEK RANCH
Albany County, Wyoming

The Mule Creek Ranch is an ecologically diverse and productive private ranch consisting of 6,462.41 deeded acres along with 2,000 State of Wyoming lease acres, and 1,473.41 BLM lease acres for a total of 9,935.82 contiguous acres. Located approximately 13 miles due west of Laramie Peak, the ranch is located in Area 7 which is known as the “heart of Wyoming’s elk country.” Historically, the owners have observed elk in herds from 250 to 500 on the ranch. Trophy bulls in the 300 to 350 Boone & Crockett score class are common with an occasional bull in the 350 to 400 class. Several species of other wildlife are found on the ranch including mule deer, antelope, sage grouse, bobcats, mountain lions, black bear, duck, geese, coyotes, and bighorn sheep. Current use of the ranch includes grazing approximately 200 cow/calf pairs typically from June 1st through September 30th. This is a conservative grazing rate as the owners are primarily focused on enhancing wildlife habitat while maintaining the traditional and beneficial use of the land by livestock. The ranch is divided into five main pastures by four to five strand barb wire fences. Numerous springs and reservoirs, along with a submersible well located west of the ranch headquarters, provide water for the ranch. Improvements include an updated and well-maintained, 1,500 sq. ft., three bedroom, 1-3/4 bath home; a set of working corrals; and a barn located south of the home. This private, contiguous ranch offers an abundance of desired vegetation for livestock and wildlife all interspersed with mature aspen, juniper, pine, and spruce trees. The varied terrain provides excellent habitat for wildlife on this magnificent ranch. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $6,400,000

Download the Mule Creek Ranch brochure, a 19 page, 1.8 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

HAUGHTON PASTURE
Casper, Natrona County, Wyoming

The Haughton Pasture is located approximately 22 miles west of Casper and consists of 7,109 acres with 5,549 deeded acres, 680 State of Wyoming lease acres, and 880 BLM lease acres. This private block can be grazed year-round or seasonally depending on the needs of the owner. Excellent water sources are available throughout the ranch from two flowing wells, pipelines, reservoirs, and a windmill. Improvements include a set of corrals, a 320 acre gathering trap, and some electric cross fencing. A variety of wildlife is found throughout the ranch including deer and antelope. Co-listed with Western Land Sales. Contact Clay Griffith at (307) 851-9856 or by e-mail or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $1,070,000 or $192.79 per deeded acre.

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HAYGOOD RANCH
Casper, Natrona County, Wyoming

This iconic ranch, just minutes from Casper, is being offered for the first time in over 90 years. Consisting of approximately 6,807 deeded acres, 4,617 State of Wyoming lease acres, 3,206 BLM lease acres, and 1,920 private lease acres for a total of approximately 16,550 acres, the ranch covers a diversity of topography ranging from protected, tree-lined creek bottoms to high-mountain meadows and native grass prairie. There has been very little development on this ranch over the years resulting in a very pristine feel to the property. The excellent condition of the pastures and the wide variety of healthy tree, plant, and wildlife populations found on this property reflects the careful stewardship of almost a century of continuous ownership. Improvements include a barn and three sets of corrals. The southern portion of the ranch is located in the beautiful and secluded Corral Creek Canyon with adjacent high mountain pasture on Muddy Mountain. This 9,481 acre southern portion of the ranch is contiguous and consists of 3,178 acres of deeded land interspersed with 3,937 acres of State of Wyoming lease and 2,326 acres of BLM lease. The northern portion of the ranch, located west of Casper, has historically been used for summer grazing by the owners. This 7,109 acres northern portion consists of 3,629 deeded acres, 680 State of Wyoming lease acres, 880 BLM lease acres, and 1,920 private lease acres. Excellent water sources are available throughout the ranch from wells, pipelines, reservoirs, windmills, springs, and live water. A variety of wildlife is found throughout the ranch which includes elk, deer, antelope, and wild turkey. Co-listed with Western Land Sales. Contact Clay Griffith at (307) 851-9856 or by e-mail or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $3,750,000

Download the Haygood Ranch brochure, a 22 page, 2 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

PINE RIDGE HOME RANCH
Kaycee, Johnson County, Wyoming

The Pine Ridge Home Ranch is located six miles east of Kaycee via Sussex Road and five miles north on Coal Mine Road. This exceptional, low-overhead grass ranch is contiguous and consists of 16,836.26 deeded acres, 880 BLM lease acres, and 960 State lease acres for a total of approximately 18,676.26 acres. The ranch is easily-accessible year-round and the carrying capacity of this ranch is owner rated at 400 cow/calf pairs year-round. An excellent water system comprised of four water wells and five storage cisterns supplies water to approximately 20 miles of pipelines which supply water to 24 tire water tanks strategically located throughout the ranch. Nine reservoirs provide additional water for livestock and wildlife. The improvements on the ranch include three custom-built log homes constructed in 1999, each with many outstanding features. The main residence consists of 3,600 sq. ft. which includes a 1,200 sq. ft. loft. The second home has 2,160 sq. ft. and the third home has 1,960 sq. ft. Other ranch improvements include indoor and outdoor cattle working facilities; pipe corrals; barns; roping arena; certified scales; feedlot which includes a seven bin feed storage and mixing system with covered unloading area, conveyor system, and 12,000 gallon heated molasses tank; equipment storage building; shop; and much more. There are beautiful views of the Big Horn Mountains and Pine Ridge to the west. The ranch is home to an abundance of wildlife including trophy mule deer, upland game birds, turkeys, and antelope. Contact Cory Clark, Mark McNamee, Denver Gilbert or Byron Geis at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $6,200,000

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PINE RIDGE SUMMER RANCH
Kaycee, Johnson County, Wyoming

The Pine Ridge Summer Ranch is located six miles east of Kaycee via Sussex Road and five miles north on Coal Mine Road. This exceptional, low-overhead grass ranch consists of 9,136.74 deeded acres and 640 State lease acres for a total of approximately 9,776.74 acres. The Pine Ridge Summer Ranch is historically utilized as a summer grazing operation with an owner-rated carrying capacity of approximately 400 cow-calf pairs for a four to six month period during the summer. The ranch is separated into two pastures. The exceptional water system consists of almost 10 miles of underground pipeline which supplies water to 15 tanks strategically located throughout the ranch pastures so that rotational grazing can be maximized. Numerous reservoirs provide additional water for livestock and wildlife. There are no improvements, but multiple home sites with beautiful views of the Big Horn Mountains and Pine Ridge to the west.The ranch is home to an abundance of wildlife including trophy mule deer, upland game birds, turkeys, and antelope. Contact Cory Clark, Mark McNamee, Denver Gilbert or Byron Geis at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $3,350,000

Download the Pine Ridge Summer Ranch brochure, a 17 page, 1.48 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

FOURMILE DRAW RANCH
Newcastle, Weston County, Wyoming

Located within 1-1/2 miles of downtown Newcastle, Wyoming, this 2,033 acre contiguous ranch offers a natural, peaceful, and secluded setting. The ranch consists of 713 deeded acres, 400 State of Wyoming lease acres, and 920 BLM lease acres. A fire went through the ranch during the summer of 2012; however, with the timely moisture in the spring of 2013, the grass has come in throughout the entire burned area. There is the opportunity for a prospective buyer to obtain a water tap on the western edge of the ranch from the Newcastle Water District. Currently, water is provided by seasonal reservoirs and springs throughout the ranch. The topography and vegetation on the ranch and in the surrounding area provides excellent habitat for wildlife such as mule and whitetail deer, elk, wild turkeys, antelope, and various upland game birds. The exterior and interior fences are four to five strands of barb wire with the ranch being cross-fenced into two pastures. There are no improvements on the ranch but power is available and provided by Powder River Energy. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail or Mark McNamee at (307) 467-5523 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $500,000

Download the Fourmile Draw Ranch brochure, a 16 page, 1.9 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

MOUNTAIN VIEW FARM
Riverton, Fremont County, Wyoming

Located approximately 30 miles northwest of Riverton and offering year-round accessibility, the Mountain View Farm produces dairy-quality alfalfa hay as well as pasture for cattle on 1,150
deeded acres. There are 796 acres irrigated out of the reliable Midvale Irrigation District using four modern center pivots along with gated pipe. The fields are in excellent condition producing both alfalfa and grass pasture. This farm has two sets of improvements and lies in a beautiful location in a well-protected valley making it ideal for wintering livestock. Contact Clay Griffith at (307) 851-9856 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $2,800,000

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BOXELDER CREEK RANCH
Goshen County, Wyoming

The Boxelder Creek Ranch is 1,400 contiguous, deeded acres of heavily-sodded grass pasture with approximately two miles of Boxelder Creek that travels south to north through the ranch. Boxelder Creek is a seasonal creek with mature willow and ash trees lining its banks providing shade and protection for livestock and wildlife. Additional water is provided by one windmill along with a solar well which has a 2,000 gallon storage tank. Located approximately 26 miles southwest of Torrington, or 13 miles west of Yoder, Wyoming, the ranch has excellent access via County Road 13 which runs along the ranch's western boundary. Boxelder Creek Ranch offers a natural, peaceful atmosphere that is private and secluded. There are no improvements except for a set of working corrals located near the county road. Historically, the owners have utilized the ranch by grazing approximately 110 to 125 cow/calf pairs from the May 1st through October 1st. The ranch offers excellent habitat for several species of wildlife including mule and whitetail deer, antelope, and wild turkeys. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $640,000 or $457 per deeded acre

Download the Boxelder Creek Ranch brochure, a 17 page, 1.26 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

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TRANQUILITY RANCH

Casper, Natrona County, Wyoming

The Tranquility Ranch is located approximately 20 miles northwest of Casper and consists of 28,311.85 deeded acres, 640 private lease acres, 3,440.70 State of Wyoming lease acres, and 13,438.17 BLM lease acres for a total of approximately 45,831 contiguous acres. The ranch is easily accessed by traveling west of Casper on US Highway 20-26; then turning north onto Bucknum Road (County Road 125) for approximately four miles which leads to the southern boundary of the ranch. Historically, the owners have run 800 to 900 cows year-round with supplemental feeding in the winter. Ample water is provided throughout the ranch by submersible wells to stock tanks, windmills, reservoirs, and several miles of live water. The improvements on the ranch include two 1,554 sq. ft. two-story homes each with covered front porches and a deck along the back, both built in 2001. Other improvements include a 3,120 sq. ft. Quonset; a horse barn; cattle barns; and a very good set of cattle working facilities featuring a scale, alley, working tub, and hydraulic squeeze chute as well as a similar system for working calves. The topography and terrain of the ranch provides excellent habitat for wildlife including mule deer, antelope, and upland game birds. Contact Cory Clark, Denver Gilbert or Mark McNamee at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $8,250,000 or $291.40 per deeded acre

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DEER CREEK GRAZING RANCH - NORTH UNIT
Glenrock, Converse County, Wyoming

With a headquarters located one mile south of Glenrock, the Deer Creek Grazing Ranch - North Unit 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 easily accessible year-round via Interstate 25, paved State of Wyoming highways, and county maintained roads. 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 box elder 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: $8,534,680

DEER CREEK GRAZING RANCH
Glenrock, Converse County, Wyoming

Located in the heart of central Wyoming’s elk country, Area 7, the Deer Creek Grazing 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 9,531.55 deeded acres, 2,143.28 State of Wyoming lease acres, and 80 BLM lease acres for a total of approximately 11,754.83 acres. Historically, the owners have run approximately 900 cow/calf pairs and 40 bulls during the summer months. The ranch is divided into two separate blocks of land approximately five miles apart both of which are easily accessible year-round via Interstate 25, paved State of Wyoming highways, and county maintained roads. The northern parcel is lower in elevation and located along the city limits of Glenrock, Wyoming. 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. Situated south of Glenrock in the Deer Creek Range of the Laramie Mountains, the second part of the ranch consists of gentle sloping pastures with several fresh water springs, all of which are nestled among the deep canyons and valleys that are encompassed by pine, cedar and juniper trees creating a pristine setting. Live water is provided by Red Canyon Creek, Beaver Creek, White Creek, Hermit Rock Creek, and Wood Ridge Creek. The ranch is home to an abundance of wildlife including mule deer, whitetail deer, wild turkeys, antelope, and elk. Contact Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $12,000,000

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Available as two separate parcels!
ROCKY MOUNTAIN SHEEP COMPANY RANCH

Rawlins, Carbon County, Wyoming

This large, historical working cattle operation consists of 39,335 contiguous acres including 19,590 deeded acres, 19,665 BLM lease acres, and 80 acres of State of Wyoming lease. The Rocky Mountain Sheep Company Ranch, located in Carbon County near Rawlins, Wyoming, is part of one of the oldest and largest grazing ranches in Wyoming. To the north, the ranch runs from Walcott Junction to the town of Sinclair and from Interstate 80 to about five miles north. To the south, the ranch runs approximately 12 miles along the west side of State Highway 130 south of the interstate. The North Platte River runs through the ranch for approximately 4-1/2 miles and offers breathtaking views of bluffs and rugged breaks that overlook the river. There is lush vegetation mixed in with abundant trees and great opportunities for hunting and fishing. The carrying capacity of the ranch is owner-rated for 300 cow/calf pairs year-round. There are many water sources on the ranch including the North Platte River along with Pass Creek which runs through the south part of the ranch. In addition, 17 other water sources, including some pipelines, electric and solar wells, and artesian wells and springs provide water for livestock on the ranch. There is a set of shipping corrals and plenty of available sites to custom build a headquarters for the ranch for any type of livestock operation. Contact Kyle Berger at (307) 760-8018 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $6,400,000

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MARTON 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 John Gibbs at (307) 684-2125 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $28,000,000

Download the Marton Ranch brochure, a 19 page, 1.67 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

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BRADBURY RANCH
Glenrock, Converse County, Wyoming

The 591.24 acre Bradbury Ranch offers many recreational opportunities located adjacent to Box Elder Creek Canyon and has direct access to more than 20,000 acres of excellent public hunting and fishing opportunities. Elk, mule deer, antelope, wild turkeys, and upland game birds are commonly seen on the property while the North Platte River can be accessed five miles east of the property. The 6,000 sq. ft. log lodge sits at the end of the road just 11 miles southwest of Glenrock and includes six bedrooms and three full baths with a recently remodeled kitchen and dining area. A climate-controlled trophy room features 25 foot high ceilings and a floor-to-ceiling native rock fireplace. The loft/office is glass enclosed and accessed by an elephant tusk spiral staircase. The basement includes a professional 100-yard, ventilated, sound-proof shooting range. A two-car garage is attached to the lodge.  All the furnishings and accessories are included with the property. Additional improvements on the property include corrals and a two-story log barn with a guest or caretakers apartment above the tack room and stalls that are located on the main level of the barn. In addition to the two well houses and a garden storage shed, there is an outdoor shooting range complete with skeet equipment. Contact Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details.  Price reduced from $1,950,000 to $1,650,000.

Download the Bradbury Ranch brochure, a 19 page, 2.09 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

DOYLE CREEK MOUNTAIN PROPERTY
Johnson County, Wyoming

This prestigious recreational property is located on the east slope of the Big Horn Mountains about an hours drive from Buffalo, Wyoming. It consists of 200 deeded acres with a State of Wyoming lease of 80 acres lying contiguously to the south of the deeded acres. Doyle Creek, a small mountain stream brimming with brook trout, winds its way through the meadows providing a natural wildlife corridor for the better part of a mile. Located at the end of the road with no outside access allowed, this outstanding recreational property abuts the Big Horn National Forest boundary for 3/4 of a mile allowing access to some of the finer elk hunting found in that end of the mountain range. The road is completely covered by private easements from the turn off at the Hazelton Road, and the property is only accessible by vehicle in the months that Mother Nature allows. There is limited access during the winter months by using a snow vehicle of some type. A private bridge which crosses Doyle Creek is the only structure on the property. There are some wonderful sites to build on either in the meadows or perhaps in the more secluded spots found in the lodge pole pine forest. There are no utilities on the property. Contact John Gibbs at (307) 684-2125 or by e-mail for more details.  Price: $1,000,000

Download the Doyle Creek Mountain Property brochure, a 14 page, 1.57 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

PINE RIDGE RANCH
Johnson County, Wyoming

The Pine Ridge Ranch is located six miles east of Kaycee via Sussex Road and five miles north on Coal Mine Road.  This exceptional, low-overhead grass ranch consists of 25,973 deeded acres, 880 BLM acres, and 1,600 State lease acres for a total of approximately 28,453 acres. The ranch is easily-accessible year-round and the carrying capacity of this ranch is owner rated at 700 cow/calf pairs year-round.  An excellent water system comprised of six water wells and eight storage cisterns supplies water to approximately 30 miles of pipelines which supply water to 39 tire water tanks strategically located throughout the ranch. Numerous reservoirs provide additional water for livestock and wildlife. The improvements on the ranch include three custom-built log homes constructed in 1999, each with many outstanding features. The main residence consists of 3,600 sq. ft. which includes a 1,200 sq. ft. loft.  The second home has 2,160 sq. ft. and the third home has 1,960 sq. ft. Other ranch improvements include indoor and outdoor cattle-working facilities; pipe corrals; barns; roping arena; certified scales; feedlot which includes a seven bin feed storage and mixing system with covered unloading area, conveyor system, and 12,000 gallon heated molasses tank; equipment storage building; shop; and much more. There are beautiful views of the Big Horn Mountains and Pine Ridge to the west. The ranch is home to an abundance of wildlife including trophy mule deer, upland game birds, turkeys, and antelope. Contact Cory Clark, Mark McNamee, Denver Gilbert or Byron Geis at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $9,300,000

Download the Pine Ridge Ranch brochure, a 26 page, 2 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

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CAVE SPRINGS RANCH 
Newcastle, 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 by e-mail 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.

Download the Cave Springs Ranch brochure, a 15 page, 1.9 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.


MONTANA FARM, RANCH & RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES
Price 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 to $2,950,000.

Download the Cottonwood Equestrian Center brochure, a 14 page, 1 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

WATSON DRAW RANCH
Carter County, Montana
 
This 6,383 acre ranch is located in extreme southeast Montana and is located 33 miles northwest of Belle Fourche, South Dakota and 30 miles northeast of Alzada, Montana. Access is off of Albion Road, a county maintained gravel road. The ranch consists of 2,546.84 deeded acres, 3,065 BLM lease acres, and 771 State of Montana lease acres. The improvements at the headquarters for the ranch include a house, shop, livestock barns, and corrals. The ranch has 320 acres of productive hay land along Watson Draw. The “home unit” has two shallow wells with pipelines and tanks providing livestock water in addition to several reservoirs. The “summer unit”, 3,033 acres located two miles west of the main unit, is mostly BLM lands with Owl Creek, a seasonal creek, running through the property. Contact Ron Ensz at (605) 210-0337 or by e-mail for more details.  Price: $1,485,000

Download the Watson Draw Ranch brochure, a 16 page, 1.38 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

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YELLOWSTONE RIVER RANCH
Forsyth, Montana
 
Located approximately five miles east of Forsyth and lying along 3.4 miles of the Yellowstone River are 1,201 acres of extraordinarily diverse sporting property.  The 876.29 deeded acres consist of 93.3 irrigated acres, 15.5 dry land crop acres, and 767.49 range and riparian acres.  There are 324.83 acres State of Montana lease which consist of 19.9 irrigated acres, 142.9 dry land crop acres and 162.03 range and riparian acres.  This property is a sportsman's paradise with prime habitat for mule deer, whitetail deer, and antelope, as well as excellent upland bird and waterfowl.  Contact Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961 or by e-mail OR Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details.  Price reduced from $1,750,000 to $1,490,000.

Download the Yellowstone River Ranch brochure, a 13 page, 1.17 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.


SOUTH DAKOTA FARM, RANCH & RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES
COOPER RANCH AUCTION
Harding County, South Dakota

This ranch is located approximately 26 miles southwest of Buffalo or 71 miles north of Belle Fourche and consists of approximately 2,874.04 deeded acres. There is an old headquarters site with limited buildings and corrals. Over 400 acres of the ranch can be utilized for grain and feed production. Water is provided by two wells, reservoirs, and Valley Creek which is a seasonal creek. There are timbered areas along the creek providing livestock protection and habitat for mule deer and whitetail deer.Other wildlife includes antelope, grouse, ducks, coyote, fox, and the occasional mountain lion.

Minimum Sealed Bid with Office Auction
Minimum Sealed Bid Price: $1,650,000
Contact Ron Ensz at (605) 210-0337 or by e-mail for more details.


HORSE HEAD CREEK RANCH
Oelrichs, Fall River County, South Dakota

The Horse Head Creek Ranch is located 13 miles southwest of Oehlrichs in South Dakota or 25 miles northwest of Chadron, Nebraska. This well-sodded, 6,678 acre ranch includes 5,477.56 deeded acres and about 1,200 acres of Buffalo Gap National Grasslands lease that is allotted 285 AUMs. Excellent livestock and domestic water is provided by both the Fall River Water Users District and the Whitney Water Users District. Pipelines and tanks provide water to all of the pastures as well as numerous reservoirs and dugouts. In addition, Horse Head Creek, a seasonal creek, runs through the northwest portion of the property. The ranch includes over 500 acres of productive hay ground providing a feed base for a year-round ranching operation. The current owner has been operating the ranch as a cow-calf operation and rates the ranch at 300 cows year-round. Improvements include a 48’ x 96’ Morton building with a heated veterinary supply room with running water and a sink; a 16’ x 150’ open front shed; a single-wide mobile home; and a good set of working corrals. Contact Ron Ensz at (605) 210-0337 or by e-mail or Gregg Krebsbach at (605) 381-4486 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $2,876,000

Download the Horse Head Creek Ranch brochure, a 16 page, 1.3 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

PRETTY CREEK RANCH
Dupree, Ziebach County, South Dakota

Located approximately eight miles north of Dupree, South Dakota, in the heart of cattle and wheat country, the Pretty Creek Ranch provides the perfect combination of small grain and grass production. In an area known for heavy calf weights, good farm ground, and ample moisture, this multigenerational ranch offers production diversity from its 7,670 total acres. Of the 7,510 deeded acres, approximately 2,500 acres are tillable with over 2,000 acres currently being farmed. The rich soils allow for great yields on wheat, dry land corn, and hay. There is also a 160 acre private lease currently incorporated with the ranch. Water is supplied by several reservoirs, wells, pipelines, and a rural water system allowing the owners to maintain herd numbers even through some very dry years. Improvements include a nice home, two sets of corrals, a 52’x200’ pole barn building, a 40’x60’ shop, a 30’x40’ garage, and several barns for livestock. The owners have also constructed a 200 foot feed bunk out of railroad ties and guardrail that is used to feed the weaned calves during the winter. Contact Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961 or by e-mail or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 for more details. Price: $8,950,000

Download the Pretty Creek Ranch brochure, a 15 page, 1.55 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

NEBRASKA FARM, RANCH & RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES
THOMPSON FARM
Whitney, Dawes County, Nebraska

The Thompson Farm is located on the outskirts of Whitney and consists of two separate tracts totaling approximately 1,082 deeded acres. In addition to approximately 150 acres of pasture and a small cattle feedlot, the farm has 949 irrigated acres of which 620 acres are under six Reinke and Lockwood low-pressure center pivots while the remaining 329 acres are gravity irrigated. The farm has 949 acres of water rights. This irrigation water is provided to the farm from the Whitney Irrigation District via Whitney Lake. Water is pumped from Whitney Lake to holding pits set up around the farm; then pumped to each of the pivots throughout the irrigating season. Operation and maintenance costs for the water are $13 per acre. Crops produced on the farm include wheat, oats, corn, barley, and alfalfa hay. The modest set of improvements include an 1,880 sq. ft. home at the farm headquarters, an older home used as an office, a barn, livestock shed, Quonset shop, a good set of working corrals, and a 4,000 head capacity feedlot which has been used for backgrounding cattle and heifer development. Ample water is provided by large rubber stock tanks via a pipeline. Cottonwood Creek flows through the farm for approximately one half mile. Several species of wildlife frequent the farm including deer, antelope, waterfowl, upland game birds, and wild turkeys. An appraisal has recently been completed on the Thompson Farm. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail or Mark McNamee at (307) 467-5523 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $2,825,000

Download the Thompson Farm brochure, a 16 page, 1.1 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

MONROE CREEK RANCH
Sioux County, Nebraska

The Monroe Creek Ranch consists of 600 deeded acres split into three pastures of heavily-sodded grass pastures, flat meadows, and rolling hills located approximately nine miles north of Harrison, Nebraska. Its many draws, with mature cottonwood trees, provide ample protection for livestock and wildlife. Ample water for livestock and wildlife is provided by two year-round artesian springs that feed into a stock pond, over a half mile of year-round live water from two creeks that flow through the ranch, along with a pipeline from a well at the improvements. The improvements on the ranch are older and have not been used for several years. The Monroe Creek Ranch offers excellent hunting opportunities for trophy mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, wild turkeys, sharp-tail grouse, and other upland game bird species as well as an occasional elk. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $600,000

Download the Monroe Creek Ranch brochure, a 16 page, 1.33 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

FLAG BUTTE RANCH
Chadron, Dawes County, Nebraska

Located approximately 12 miles southwest of Chadron and lying along Deadhorse Creek, the Flag Butte Ranch consists of 552.13 deeded acres of heavily-sodded grass pastures and dry land farm ground with tree-covered hillsides, draws, and creek bottoms. Water is delivered to the ranch from a well that pipes water to six tanks located throughout the ranch as well as from approximately one mile of Deadhorse Creek, a year-round live water creek. Improvements on the ranch include a completely remodeled and updated 3,078 sq. ft., three bedroom, 3-1/2 bath home along with a heated shop with concrete floor, barn, arena, and cattle-working facilities. This ranch offers excellent habitat for several species of wildlife including elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, turkey, and much more. Contact Ryan Rochlitz at (307) 286-3307 or by e-mail or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 for more details. Price: $1,250,000

Download the Flag Butte Ranch brochure, an 18 page, 1.55 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

COLORADO FARM, RANCH & RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES
FLYING TRIANGLE RANCH
Craig, Moffat County, Colorado

The Flying Triangle Ranch is located approximately 40 miles north of Craig, Colorado in the Little Snake River Valley just south of the Wyoming / Colorado border. The ranch has 400 deeded acres and 900 State of Colorado lease acres for a total of approximately 1,300 acres. Improvements on the ranch include two homes, shop, barn, hay shed, and a very nice set of cattle working facilities that include a working tub and 12’x30’ 50,000 lb. scale. The ranch has historically been used to winter approximately 300 head of mother cows after calves have been weaned through the end of calving season with calving beginning around the middle of March. Two, low-pressure T&L center pivots irrigate approximately 257 acres of hay ground with water gravity fed from the Little Snake River to the pivots. Both pivots are operated from the end of May up to the 4th of July with an average yield of approximately 500 tons of hay from the one cutting that is produced on the ranch. The hay is used to provide supplemental feed to the cattle during the winter. Four Mile Creek runs through the northern part of the ranch. The creek bottom is lush with plant life consisting of abundant grasses, willows, and cottonwood trees that provide cover for livestock and wildlife. The ranch is also home to many species of wildlife like deer, antelope, and the occasional elk. Approximately 61 deeded acres on the ranch is currently being utilized as a gravel pit which has the potential for additional income. Contact Cory Clark, Denver Gilbert or Mark McNamee at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $2,500,000

Download the Flying Triangle Ranch brochure, a 16 page, 1.7 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

BRADLEY RANCH
Wellington, Larimer County, Colorado

The Bradley Ranch is a gorgeous property nestled within a private location with beautiful views of the foothills and the Rocky Mountains. The ranch consists of 804 deeded acres located 20 minutes north of Fort Collins along the scenic front range of Larimer County with paved access to the property line. This ranch offers a beautiful 3,000 square foot home with four bedrooms and three baths. The property has many improvements including a 40’x60’ shop with three bay doors, a set of working corrals, two natural springs with livestock tanks, and a 30’x48’ stall barn. There are approximately 250 irrigated acres under two separate pivots which are seeded to alfalfa/grass along with 20 acres of flood irrigation. The property includes one share of North Poudre irrigation water. This is truly a one-of-a-kind working cattle ranch that offers generous acreage while being close to Fort Collins. Contact Logan Schliinz at (970) 222-0584 or by e-mail for more details.  Price: $2,400,000

Download the Bradley Ranch brochure, a 14 page, 1.2 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

VETTER RANCH
Elbert County, Colorado

The Vetter Ranch is located within an hour of downtown Denver and 45 minutes of Denver International Airport (DIA) and is easily accessed by exiting I-70 at Bennett, Colorado; then traveling south on well-maintained, County gravel roads, for approximately 15.6 miles. The Vetter Ranch consists of 1,276 contiguous deeded acres of rolling native grass pastures with views of the Rocky Mountains to the west. The ranch is divided into two pastures measuring two miles, north and south, by one mile, east to west. Electricity is available throughout the ranch and is used to operate a reliable submersible well. Additional water is provided to livestock and wildlife from one windmill as well as from seasonal springs located throughout the ranch and from Long Branch, a seasonal creek. Historically, the owners have run approximately 80 cow/calf pairs on the ranch during a five-month grazing period.  The ranch features an abundance of wildlife including mule deer, antelope, wild turkeys, and sage grouse. Contact Logan Schliinz at (970) 222-0584 or by e-mail or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 for more details.  Price: $1,020,872

Download the Vetter Ranch brochure, a 14 page, 1.4 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

KJ RANCH
Agate, Elbert County, Colorado

Located only an hour east of Denver Colorado, just west of the town of Agate, at the end of a well-maintained gravel road off of I-70 lays the beautiful KJ Ranch. The topography of the contiguous 6,400 acre ranch features well-sodded grass pastures, rolling hills, draws, canyons, bluffs, and scattered cedar trees. There are numerous springs and dams that provide plenty of places to water and protection for livestock and wildlife. The view of the early morning sun while sitting on the front porch of the 3,500 square foot custom-built log home is amazing. Within an hour of DIA, the KJ Ranch is accessible while still offering quiet seclusion.  Contact Logan Schliinz at (970) 222-0584 or by e-mail for more details.  Price: $5,129,500

Download the KJ Ranch brochure, a 12 page, 995k PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

TABLE MOUNTAIN RANCH
Larimer County, Colorado

This 800 contiguous deeded acre ranch is located in the historic Big Hole approximately 25 miles north of Fort Collins. This extremely scenic property has a permitted fresh water spring, a three-room cabin with a basement, a 12’x18’ one-room bunk house, an 18’x32’ barn, and two 8’x8’ sheds, all with maintenance-free aluminum siding. Surrounded on all sides by land owned by Larimer County, this easily accessible property has electricity adjacent to the southeast boundary. Located in Colorado Division of Wildlife Area 9 for mule deer and elk, the Table Mountain Ranch offers a number of recreational and development opportunities all within 30 minutes of Fort Collins, Colorado. Two separate 40 acre parcels are also available for $160,000 each. Contact Logan Schliinz at (970) 222-0584 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $4,000,000

Download the Table Mountain Ranch brochure, a 13 page, 1.5 MB PDF or take a photo tour of the property.

Two separate 40 acre parcels are also available for $160,000 each. Download the Table Mountain Ranch Parcels brochure, an 11 page, 910k PDF.

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WAGER ACREAGE

Larimer County, Colorado

25 deeded acres located on East Douglas Road. This property lies adjacent to the Sheaman Ranch (62 acres with a 12 acre private lake) which available through Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC. Located just two miles from the Fort Collins, Colorado city limits, this property has outstanding development potential. Home to Colorado State University, and sitting at the foot of the majestic Rocky Mountains, Fort Collins has seen rapid growth for the past 25 years and continues to be one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. With mature trees and panoramic views of the great Rocky Mountains, the Wager Acreage would make an outstanding housing development or a one-of-a-kind private home site. Contact Logan Schliinz at (970) 222-0584 or by e-mail for more details. Price reduced from $450,000 to $375,000.

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NORTH DAKOTA FARM, RANCH & RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES
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This information and any other information contained in the Listing Agreements has been obtained from sources deemed to be reliable by Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC; however, the accuracy of this information is not guaranteed or warranted by either Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC or the sellers.  Prospective buyers are chargeable with making and expected to conduct their own independent investigation of the information contained herein.  These offerings are subject to prior sale, price change, correction or withdrawal without notice.
 
 
Lusk, WY
307-334-2025
Hulett, WY
307-467-5523
Billings, MT
406-697-3961
Buffalo, WY
307-684-2125
Belle Fourche, SD
605-210-0337
Fort Collins, CO
970-222-0584
Lander, WY
307-851-9856
Douglas, WY
307-331-9095

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