Pride of ownership is clear in this beautiful turn of the century home. Hard wood floors throughout this home add to the cozy feeling of the grand fireplace for those chilly winter nights. When spring comes you will enjoy the beautiful landscaping and gazebo for peaceful rel...
In the heart of a most coveted Hill Country area, Camp Verde Twin Creeks Ranch possesses abundant surface water including a large lake loaded with fish, the convergence of Fall Creek and Wolf Creek, and one of the most captivating country homes available today. Views are se...
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40.2 Acre Ranch just 17 miles from Walsenburg, Colorado with unobstructed views of the Spanish Peaks, Sangre de Cristo, Silver and Greenhorn Mountains.
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FUTURE WINERIES! OPPORTUNITY ABOUNDS with this 19 acre property in heart of 290 Wine Road! Only 6 mi. from city limits. 70x84 concrete pad w/elec. ready to build on! Prop. already contains 4 B&B units (3 complete & VERY successful) 4th nearly complete. B&B cottages are be...
The ranch is located approximately 50 miles northwest of Cheyenne, Wyoming. There are a total of 1,420 acres of deeded land, plus 160 acres of State leased land and 80 acres of BLM (Bureau of Land Management) land, for a total of 1,660+/- acres. Two Creeks converge in the center of the ranch, along with several springs and water falls, creates some lush, sub-irrigated, meadows which provide an abundance of grazing and drinking water for all of the wildlife you will see on this property including Black bear, Mountain lions, Antelope, mule deer, Elk, big horn sheep and bob cats. In addition to hunting and fishing there is plenty of land to horseback ride, hike, 4-wheel, and snowmobile in the winter. There is also a natural 1/4 mile long cave
The Goshen Rim Ranch is a 25,377 +/ acre combination of the Canyon View and Deer Haven Ranches located in Goshen County offered at a reduced price per acre. Approximately 200 acres of this property are located in Platte county. This is one of the largest working cattle ranches currently available on the market in Wyoming. This incredible property is topographically diverse from the steep, rugged canyons to the scenic pine, cedar, cottonwood, mountain mahogany, and juniper tree covered meadows. The ranch is watered by many year round natural springs, developed springs and well providing natural habitat for trophy mule deer, antelope, migrating elk, upland birds and numerous other wildlife species. It is ideally suited for a family sized comm
The Canyon View Ranch is one of the best, if not the finest naturally suited yearround selfsustaining cattle ranches in the state of Wyoming. The entire ranch consists of 17,777 deeded acres and 800 acres of state lease land. This incredible ranch is topographically diverse from the steep, rugged canyons to the scenic pine, cedar, cottonwood, mountain mahogany, and juniper treecovered ridges to gently sloping pastures full of heavily sodded native grass. The main set of working improvements is in the native grasslands below the expansive Goshen Rim panorama. The ranch is astonishingly well watered by many prolific natural springs and developed springs and wells. This property provides an excellent ranching opportunity and easily sustains ap
The 13,600 acre Chugwater Creek Ranch is a beautiful piece of Southeast Wyoming offered exclusively by Hayden Outdoors. This well located, diverse ranch offers excellent fences, good grazing, fishing and hunting opportunities just minutes from Laramie and Cheyenne, Wyoming. The property is very well watered with multiple drainages producing excellent surface water and sub irrigated grassland. Most of these small streams have brook trout, which verifies that flows are consistent not only for the fish, but for grazing purposes as well.
This diverse ranch is unique in many ways, including the fact that it has three completely different and unique landscapes. The west side of the ranch is blanketed with rolling grass hills, showcasing big
Located approximately 8 miles northeast of Rock River, Wyoming and 45 miles north of Laramie, the Hall Ranch is a successful working cattle ranch, just off US Hwy 30. The ranch encompasses 17,182+/- deeded acres of meadows, irrigated pastures and native rangelands. 2,540+- acres Bureau of Land Management and 1,280+- acres State of Wyoming, 21,000 +- total acres. Adjudicated water rights are held on 2,247+- acres of the total. The Hall Ranch has operated as a cow calf operation. Owned by the same family since the 1940s. Because of the large amount of irrigated land (2,247+- acres) and fertile creek bottom property, the Ranch has supported 1,000 cows year round in the past. Hay yields vary from 1,000 to 1,800 tons.
The original owners
The Deer Haven Ranch is a remarkable property consisting of 7,600 +/ deeded acres, 560 +/ state of Wyoming lease acres, and 440 +/ Bureau of Land Management lease acres for a total of 8,600 +/ contiguous acres. The ranch is located west of Hawk Springs, Wyoming and southeast of Wheatland, Wyoming on the Platte / Goshen county line with approximately 200 acres lying in Platte County. Located along the Goshen Rim, this ranch represents some of the best cow/calf and recreation country Wyoming has to offer with steep, rugged canyons; scenic pine, cedar, and juniper treecovered ridges; gently sloping summer and winter pastures; and hay meadows. Approximately 1,800 +/ acres lie on top of the rim are in CRP. Boxelder Creek is a springfed creek tha
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$6,750,0002,720 acres3 Beds | 2 Baths | 2428 sqft29781 N. County Road 103, Jelm, WY82063 - Albany County
Located in the very tightly held valley of the Upper Laramie River just across the Wyoming border in Colorado. Owned by the same family since 1917, the 2,720 deeded acres offers a scenic blend of ranching, recreation and wildlife. The ranch is bisected by 3+ miles of the Upper Laramie River. An excellent fishery highly sought after consisting of Brown Trout and Rainbow Trout, with an occasional Cutthroat or Brook. The river and mountain foothill habitat is home to resident deer and antelope herds, as well as elk and moose.
The Hohnholz Ranch is an all contiguous ranch spanning 4 miles east to west and 2.5 miles north to south. Mature cottonwoods, aspens, and willows line the propertys lush river corridor. Winding river bottom rises
SIZE & DESCRIPTION
839.24 deeded acres
3,321.76 BLM lease acres
4,161 Total Acres
The elevation of the Muleshoe Ranch ranges between 4,800 and 5,800 feet above sea level. The land is a combination of wooded riparian areas that offers protection for livestock, rolling native grass pastures, and productive irrigated farm ground. Sybille Creek flows through the property for approximately one and a quarter miles and is a tail-water stream that has good flows even in dry years. Mature cottonwoods and willows along the creek provide excellent habitat for waterfowl and wildlife.
There are 3,321.76 acres of Bureau of Land Management (BLM) grazing leases associated with the Muleshoe Ranch for livestock grazing. BLM leases
Muleshoe 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 6,223.53 deeded acres, approximately 693 acres are irrigated by five low-pressure, center pivots that receive water from irrigation wells ranging from 650 to 1,000 GPM. The balance of the property consists of 5,530 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 240 cow
Good Water, Excellent Hunting & Great gains. It consists of top quality rangeland, sub-irrigated and irrigated pastures. The ranch is completely watered by steams, creeks, reservoirs, springs and dams. Prime grazing with irrigated meadows allows 2 plus pounds per day gain. The water and irrigation makes the ranch more drought proof. The ranch is very scenic and holds a broad spectrum of wild life. It lies in the #7 elk hunting area, which issues 2,000 elk licenses. Herds numbering in the hundreds are common. There is record book antelope hunting. The ranch is located approximately 6 miles from the Medicine Bow National Forest. 26,466 Total Acres w/ 12,341 deeded, 12,204 BLM, 1,921 State.
Forty square miles of Wyoming. Plenty of water and plenty of grass. Versatile income and personal enjoyment opportunity. Wide open space for cattlemen and sportsmen alike. Remote rolling hills under blue skies are situated between Shirley Basin and the western slope of the Laramie Mountains. Profitable cattle gains of up to two pounds a day. At the north end of the ranch along the Little Medicine River there are 285 irrigated meadow acres and a storage reservoir that holds approximately 135 acre feet of water that irrigates an additional 150 acres of pasture and hay land. The antelope roam and a good portion of elk hunting area #7 is located within the ranch boundaries. An average of 2,000 elk licenses are issued annually for this ar
WATER, Farm and Feedyard FOR SALE. DROUGHT PROOF - 516 WID WATER RIGHTS, 5 WELLS and 309.8 AF RESERVIOR WATER. Excessive water for the 545 +/- deeded acres. Innovative, productive, efficient, farm with 6,000+ hd feedyard. All ditch water piped underground throughout entire farm. Excellent well and waterline infrastructure. Fully fenced. Fully enclosed machine sheds, out buildings, barns, Powell truck/cattle scales, and long list of equipment. Two homes and farm office. Ideal purebred or dairy facility.
The OX Ranch in my opinion is one of the best recreational ranches on the market. After personally outfitting the ranch, I can honestly say that I have seen very few ranches with the number of bucks and bulls that the OX has. The terrain is varied, but provides the perfect habitat for the animals to get the nutrition and cover they need to mature to trophy sizes. The amount of mountain mahogany found on the ranch provides much needed food for the mule deer. I dont see another large elk and deer ranch on the market with this type of water resources priced this low.
The OX Ranch is located only 35 miles west of Wheatland and less than two hours from the Front Range of Colorado. Consisting of approximately 5,000 deeded acres, 3,400 BL
Muleshoe 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
Cheyenne River Ranch consists of 9,944 deeded acres and 440 BLM lease acres for a total of 10,384 contiguous acres. Water to the ranch is provided by a mile of the Cheyenne River on the south border, a year-round reservoir, and approximately 25 tire tanks strategically located throughout the ranch which are supplied by a year-round pipeline from one artisan well. The fences are four, five, and six strand barbed-wire with mostly steel post and cross-fenced into approximately 17 pastures. The Cheyenne River bottom provides excellent protection for livestock with its many mature cottonwood trees. A well designed, new set of improvements on the ranch include all steel, cattle handling facilities with tub, Silencer hydraulic squeeze chute and ca
The Canyon Springs Ranch is a remarkable cow-calf operation and hunting property comprised of 3,240 +/- deeded acres, 800 +/- State of Wyoming leased acres and 80 +/- Bureau of Land Management leased acres. This ranch is located beneath the dramatic uplift of the Goshen Rim and along Lane Canyon Springs which runs approximately 40-50 gallons per minute and provides year-round live water throughout the ranch. The ranch is very well-watered via pipeline systems and several springs and is divided into seven pastures. There is a comfortable three bedroom home that was built in 1988, a shop, holding, sorting and working corrals and other outbuildings located near the improvements. The ranch has abundant feed and excellent protection in the canyo
RUNNING CREEK FARM & RANCH Lusk, Niobrara County, Wyoming: The Running Creek Farm is located six miles northeast of Lusk, Wyoming, and is presently operated as a farm and cattle background operation. This easily-accessible, contiguous ranch consists of approximately 648 irrigated acres and 712 acres of native grass pastures for a total of 1,360 acres. Four Zimmatic low-pressure center pivots irrigate the 648 acres with two west pivots currently planted into alfalfa and the two east pivots planted to oats. Historically, three cuttings of hay are harvested off the pivots with the total annual yield averaging 3,200 tons of hay. The irrigation wells for the pivots produce between 850 to 1000 GPM with pumps set at approximately 200 feet and
The Divide Ranch is located in the northern area of Platte County, in southeastern Wyoming.
Wheatland (population 3,548) is the county seat. Year around access to the ranch is excellent as the headquarters are located just north of Highway 26. The Divide Ranch is primarily an all deeded contiguous unit. The southern boundary of the ranch fronts Highway 26. The topography consists of flat to gently rolling grasslands, hills, draws and ravines. The elevation ranges between 4,700 and 4,900 above sea level. According to the NRCS 30-year average, the annual precipitation in the area is 14 inches. The ranch has been cross-fenced into 12 pastures. Stock water availability and distribution is excellent. Over the past few years, new pipe
PRICE REDUCED! The Cundall Family Ranch is an all deeded contiguous property comprised of 2,782 Acres Deeded plus 40 Acres BLM Lease for a total of 2,822 Acres.
Wendover Road provides excellent year around access and forms the northern boundary of the ranch. The Burlington Northern Railroad forms a portion of the western boundary.
The topography consists of rolling grass lands with interspersed pine and other evergreen trees. The elevation ranges between 4,490 and 4,720 above sea level. According to the NRCS 30-year average, the annual precipitation in the area is 14.7 inches.
There are no irrigated acres. Livestock water is provided by three wells. Historically, the ranch was utilized as a year-around cow/calf operation wi
The 96 Ranch is a must view in order to truly appreciate the natural beauty of its setting as well as the pride of ownership that is evident throughout the ranchs 2,018.51 contiguous deeded acres. The ranch is located approximately 40 miles southwest of Torrington and a well-maintained county road travels through the property providing excellent year-round access. The ranchs topography consists of of a mile of tree-lined creek bottom with live water from Bear Creek to rolling hills of native grasses, open meadows of sagebrush and an adequate amount of flood-irrigated fields to maximize production. There are a total of 1,898.51 acres of grazing land. The remaining 120 acres are flood-irrigated using 5,400 feet of 10-inch gated pipe with irr
The Halleck Canyon Ranch offers 5,512 deeded acres lying along the east slope of the Laramie Range located in between Laramie and Wheatland, Wyoming along highway 34, and approximately 90 miles from Wyomings largest livestock market. This is a unique opportunity to own a large piece of valuable native rangeland with several small creeks, ponds, and spring tanks providing amply watered pastures, and enough habitat to boast a resident elk herd, huge mule deer, an endless supply of antelope, and the occasional Big Horn Sheep.
Contact Jared Souza or Ken Mirr.
The Brees Ranch, located a few miles west of Laramie, Wyoming, is a highly sought after grass ranch consisting of approximately 5,507 deeded acres and 1,280 leased acres in one large contiguous parcel. Directly adjacent to the Laramie Regional Airport, the property is a well-sodded parcel, with impressive access and close proximity to town.
Snowy Range Fishing Lodge boasts two and one-half miles of trout fishery located on the Little Laramie and West Fork Rivers framed to the west by the Snowy Range Mountains. The recreational and income producing operations center around first class fly fishing & lodging. The fishing operations include the Homestead Lodge, bunkhouse and log cabin in a pastoral setting among a grove of cottonwood trees on the banks of the Little Laramie River and parallel tributary, West Fork of the Little Laramie. The agriculture operations center around 210 acres of irrigated meadow producing hay and aftermath grazing. The seller desires to retain use of the managers residence until another permanent residence can be located and they are willing to assist wi
Nestled along the western slope of the Rawhide Buttes in eastern Wyoming, the Pine Tree Draw Ranch offers privacy, breathtaking views, and endless recreational opportunities. The 2,436 contiguous deeded acres have historically been utilized both as a summer grazing and year-round cow/calf operation. Ample water is provided via pipeline to six stock tanks strategically located throughout the ranch. Approximately 100 acres of dryland hay ground are located close to the improvements which have produced 1/2 to 3/4 tons of hay per acre. Improvements included a 3,678 sq. ft., two bedroom, two bath, log home with a wrap-around porch that was completed in 2001. This beautiful home offers an open floor plan with a pellet stove in the living room, a
3,000 +/- acres 30 miles north of Torrington, Wyoming, with 2,965.3 acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP).
$77,581 annual payment in 10 CRP contracts. 8 contracts with total annual payments of $49,920 expire 9/30/2020. 2 contracts with total annual payments of $27,661 expire 9/30/2021.
Wildlife: Mule Deer.
3 submersible wells and 5 tanks for livestock water.
50 x 70 steel shop building.
2016 Real Estate Taxes - $6,770.45.
Legal Description: All Section 21; W1/2W1/2 Section 22; W1/2W1/2 Section 27; E1/2 Section 28; All Section 35-T30N-R61W and
All Section 2; N1/2Section 11-T29N-R61W of the 6th P.M, Goshen County, Wyoming.
Asking Price is $1,850,000 = $616/acre.
Contact Jerry Sloan at (308) 631-5520.
1220 acres (400 acres of irrigated hay meadow and irrigation water right)
The ranch is situated in the rich grasslands in the southern Laramie Mountain Range. It consists of rolling hills with scattered pine trees and a valley with an irrigated meadow that has a great view of Pinto Rocks. The irrigated meadow is irrigated out of Duck Creek and Dipping Vat Creek which flow through it. It is a great cattle and hunting ranch in elk hunting area 7 which is known for its great trophy bull elk. With this ranch, the owner is allowed 2 elk landowner tags and 2 antelope landowner tags. This ranch has great antelope hunting and elk hunting. An elk herd of 300 to 400 elk live here year round and are commonly seen here and in this surrounding area. T
Little Rose Ranch consists of 2,280 +/- deeded acres and offers a nice set of improvements including a house, horse barn, garage, shop, and corrals. Latham Spring and the resulting reservoir provide one of several stock water sources around the canyons, bluffs, and sloping grassland of the well-sodded ranch. Priced at $745 per deeded acre including the improvements, Little Rose is a turnkey cow/calf or equestrian ranch with good fences and adequate stock water. The miles of rim rock create incredible wildlife habitat and protected pockets for stock. Located a few miles off I-25 within two hours north of Denver, Colorado the Little Rose is an represents an investment in quality ranch land. It is surrounded by large ranches on two sides
The farm consists of approximately 515 deeded acres of which 420.3 acres are irrigated under three low-pressure center pivots.
The two irrigation wells range from 350 to 400 feet in depth with static water leaves around 200 feet.
The irrigation well that provides water to the north pivot produces 750 GPM while the second well produces approximately 725 GPM. This second well provides water for both the center and south pivot.
The domestic water well was drilled and completed in 2013 at a depth of 300 feet, static water level of 200 feet, and producing approximately 10 GPM.
Improvements on the farm are well-maintained and include several outbuildings along with two new 50,000 Sukup grain bins.
The 1,440 sq. ft. Morton home
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 6 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,
With 543 Acres located just north of the Wyoming/Colorado border, Sand Creek Hollow is truly one of the few remaining opportunities to have a private highland hunting and fishing property in southeast Wyoming.
Abundant wildlife including Mule Deer, Antelope, Elk, Mountain Lion, Bobcat, Coyotes and a host of other Wyoming Critters make the area their home.
Sand Creek runs thru the property year round with a pond in the middle that sports Wyoming sized Rainbow & Brook Trout! It is also a favorite resting place for the local Mallard Duck families.
The Hollow borders public ground on the east which offers over 12,400 additional acres participating in State of Wyoming Hunter Management Area (HMA) for Antelope, Deer & Elk Hunting.