Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC
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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Lingle, Goshen County, Wyoming

The Rawhide Creek Farm is a beautiful, productive 351 acre property located approximately one mile northeast of Lingle, Wyoming on Cemetery Road which provides year-round, paved access. Two Valley, seven tower, low-pressure pivots irrigate approximately 246 acres of fine sandy loam and loam soils. The half-circle, 2009 Valley pivot on the west side of the farm covers 83 acres and water to this pivot comes from a fully adjudicated well rated at 500 GPM (gallons per minute). The depth of this well is 159 feet with static water at 27 feet. The full circle, 2002 Valley pivot on the north portion of the farm irrigates 163 acres from its own permitted irrigation well. The depth of this well is 123 feet with static water at 53 feet and produces approximately 1,300 GPM. In addition to the two irrigation wells, the Rawhide Creek Farm has some of the oldest water rights in the valley. There are approximately 279 shares of water rights allocated to the farm by the Lingle Water Users District. The costs associated with these shares include fees for the ditch rider which totals approximately $3,000 per fiscal year plus the cost of pumping the water from the ditches to the pivots. The farm offers two sets of improvements. The improvements located on the west portion include a 1,457 sq. ft., three bedroom, two bath home with a detached garage, grain bin, and a 1,920 sq. ft. Quonset. A gravel pit is located southwest of this set of improvements. The second set of improvements is found in the southeastern corner of the north part of the farm and include an older, 1,064 sq. ft., two bedroom, one bath, home, 832 sq. ft. barn, and grain bin. There is also a 4,100 sq. ft. steel equipment building built in 2009 that includes an apartment. Rawhide Creek travels through the northeastern part of the farm for approximately one-half mile. Located along the central flyway known for its excellent waterfowl hunting, the farm is also home to mule and whitetail deer, and antelope. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $2,256,000
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Running Creek Farm & RanchUnder Contract
Niobrara County, Wyoming

The Running Creek Farm & Ranch is located 14 miles northeast of Lusk, Wyoming, and is presently operated as a commercial hay business and a cow/calf operation. This easily-accessible, contiguous ranch consists of approximately 653.2 irrigated acres and 706.8 acres of native grass pastures for a total of 1,360 acres. Four, relatively new Zimmatic low-pressure center pivots irrigate the 653.2 acres which are planted into alfalfa. The owner has historically harvested three cuttings of hay off the pivots with the total annual yield averaging 3,200 tons of hay. The irrigation wells for the pivots produce between 850 to 1,000 GPM with pumps set at approximately 200 feet and static water levels ranging between 80 and 130 feet.  All the pivots are fenced so cattle may graze the irrigated ground and adjoining pastures. A state-of-the-art water system includes four electric wells, one windmill, and three buried water storage tanks strategically located throughout the property to maximize livestock grazing.  Improvements include a 2,500 sq. ft. home; a 2013, 2,066 sq. ft. modular home; a 48’ x 96’ metal building with a concrete floor and heated/insulated shop; three 60’ x 160’ hay barns; corrals; and feedlot facilities with livestock scale. Owner financing available. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $3,000,000
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Torrington, Goshen County, Wyoming

The Salo Feedlot is located approximately eight miles west of Torrington, Wyoming along the North Platte River with great access from a well-maintained county road. This property consists of 136 deeded acres with 100 acres irrigated with a five tower wiper center pivot. There are two irrigation wells, one adjudicated at 1,000 GPM with the other well producing 1,700 GPM. Owner-rated at 7,000 head, the feedlot provides 42 pens, a covered processing barn, 6,500 linear feet of concrete feed bunks, a 70 foot certified livestock scale along with an office with five rooms and two bathrooms. There are many accommodations for feed including 20,000 bushel grain bins with a 120 foot elevator connected to 1,000 bushel surfactant corn conditioning bin that drops through a 4,500 bushel per hour roller mill. There is also a micro room that is climate maintained with four concrete feed bays and a 60’x400’ concrete silage pad. This feedlot offers an ideal location which is close to community amenities and livestock auctions. Contact Logan Schliinz at (970) 222-0584 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $900,000
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Lusk, Niobrara County, Wyoming

Located approximately five miles south of Lusk, Wyoming, the Five Mile Ranch offers easy year-round access via US Highway 85 which forms the one mile western border of this ranch. This beautiful 790 deeded acre ranch has heavy-sodded grass pastures that offer an abundance of forage for grazing livestock. The ranch has historically been utilized as a yearling operation with the ability to run approximately 80 head of yearlings for 4-1/2 to five months. Average gains on yearlings grazed in the immediate area are over two pounds per day. Water for livestock is provided by tire stock tanks with float systems located throughout the ranch. The tanks are supplied water via an underground pipeline from the well located at the ranch headquarters. Improvements include a 1,386 sq. ft., ranch-style house with three bedrooms, two baths, and a partial basement along with a 672 sq. ft., detached garage. The topography of the ranch provides excellent habitat for several species of wildlife including mule deer, antelope, and upland game birds. Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $820,000
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Kaycee, Johnson County, Wyoming

Located approximately 13 miles east of Kaycee, Wyoming in the productive Sussex valley is the Mote Ranch on the Powder River. Situated on 512 deeded acres, the ranch combines productive, irrigated hay ground, cottonwood tree-lined river bottom, and outstanding improvements which offer an exceptional opportunity. With easy access off of Sussex Highway 192, this ranch is well suited as an irrigated hay base and winter feed operation for a larger ranch, a top-tier hunting ranch, or an equestrian facility.The fields are irrigated by gated pipe and a side-roll sprinkler with 145 acres of water rights from the Sussex Irrigation District. Approximately two miles of the Powder River flow through the ranch. Outstanding improvements include two homes, a 30’x40’ Cleary horse barn with a 10’ overhang, a large barn with stalls, a riding area, cattle-working facilities, and a shop with an apartment. The ranch is home to an abundance of wildlife including whitetail deer, mule deer, antelope, wild turkeys, and ring-neck pheasants. Contact Byron Geis at (307) 620-2871 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $1,850,000
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Wheatland, Platte County, Wyoming

Located in the heart of elk country, the 1,273.1 deeded acre Weber Mountain Ranch is a great combination of productive ranch land and recreational splendor. 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: $1,273,100
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9 Lower Powder River Road9 LOWER POWDER RIVER ROAD
Arvada, Sheridan County, Wyoming

This 184 acre ranch is situated on the banks of the Powder River in eastern Sheridan County. With its balance of upper ground and river bottoms for possible hay production or substantial fall grazing, the ranch would be ideal for the horse enthusiast, a small purebred operation, or a great place to winter and calve cows. This nicely improved property includes a 16’x76’, three bedroom mobile home with a 400 sq. ft. addition and a new, insulated 2,400 sq. ft. Cleary shop building with 14’ side walls, 220V power, and a concrete floor in half of the building. In addition, there is a 76’x160’ riding/calving barn with a 16’x160’ lean-to on one side, a 1,772 sq. ft. horse barn, and several loafing sheds. An abundance of water is supplied to the property from approximately one mile of river frontage along with three wells that are located on the ranch. Contact Mark McNamee at (307) 467-5523 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or by e-mail for more details. Price: $595,000
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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: $6,500,000
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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: $2,300,000

Available Parcel Options:
Option A: 144.99 deeded acres with improvements. Price: $1,200,000
Option B: 555.70 deeded acres with no improvements. 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!
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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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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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) 334-2025 or (307) 684-2125 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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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
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Cave Springs RanchPrice Reduced!
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.
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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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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!

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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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: $595,000
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Squaw Gap, McKenzie County, North Dakota
Located 46 miles north of Beach, North Dakota, the Flat Rock Ranch combines tremendous grass, water, and natural protection to form one of the best cow/calf ranches on the market today. Currently home to reputable registered cattle operation running over 200 head of Black Angus, the owner has worked hard to maintain the integrity of the native grass pastures through the use of rest/rotation grazing, electric water wells, and waterlines. The ranch is comprised of 2,467 deeded acres plus an additional 2,400 Little Missouri National Grasslands lease acres for a total of approximately 4,867 acres.  Improvements include a good ranch house, two large calving barns, a stall barn with runs, small machine shed, and corrals. Good access to the ranch is provided by a paved highway and well-maintained gravel, county roads. There is income potential from scoria rock mining on the ranch which in the past has been used for oil field road construction. Contact Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961 or by e-mail for details. Price: $4,000,000
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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.
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