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$3,075,000 34,535 acres
Thermopolis, WY 82443 - Hot Springs County

Saddle Horn Ranch

Located just outside of Thermopolis, WY, Saddle Horn Ranch is comprised of 34,535 acres (5,206 deeded, 12,050 BLM lease, 1,280 state lease, and 15,999 national forest lease). The ranch is rated at approximately 4,900 AUMs and is currently stocked with 400-500 pairs with outside hay purchased. Approximately 300 acres are irrigated consistently under two pivots. Additional irrigation is possible in high water years, with 1,895 acres of adjudicated water rights assessed by the Owl Creek Irrigation District. Ranch improvements include an excellent machine shop, apartment, garage, new corrals and new calving barn. There are approximately twelve miles of buried pipeline and several active water wells, including one well having hot water. The ranc
B Elfland Hall and Hall
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$299,000 80 acres 2 Beds
5800 Grass Creek Road, Thermopolis, WY 82443 - Hot Springs County

80 acres Thermopolis, WY

Grass Creek Mountain Property A rare 80 acre parcel with a cabin located in Hot Springs County Wyoming, just inside the Shoshone National Forest. Situated at the intersection of County road 36 and Shoshone National Forest road 214, this is one of the only small parcel properties along the extreme eastern section of the Shoshone Forest. Surrounded by Federal, State, and large private ranch holdings, this property has only been available a few times in its over 100 year history. Situated at an elevation of approximately 8200 feet, it is ideal for a hunting camp or summer get aways into the beautiful Shoshone National Forest. Twin Lakes are located just outside the property boundary on the Forest, and multiple trail heads into the surroun
Roy Ready Western Land Sales
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$2,100,000 680 acres 1700 sqft
Kirby, WY 82443 - Hot Springs County

680 acres Kirby, WY

The Big Horn River Ranch has fertile irrigated hay land bordering the lush riparian area along the west side of the Big Horn River The river and its riparian area is a haven for large populations of pheasants, ducks, and geese. Whitetail deer inhabit the river bottom, and mule deer winter on the sagebrush of the upper range land. The 1 miles of frontage on the Big Horn River provides unbelievable fishing for the legendary large schools of huge trout. for 1 miles. There is a small feedlot with steel pipe corrals feed bunks, and a scale. There are two homes and a 4,240 sq. ft. shop/storage metal building.
Clifton M. Berglee, DVM Montana - Wyoming West Ranch Brokerage