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Bighorn Basin Ranch

$3,995,000 1413 Acres
Property ID 2597147


A true sportsmans offering, the Bighorn Basin Ranch is located eight miles from the small ranching community of Meeteetse, Wyoming, in Park County and is 28.7 miles from the town of Cody. With 1,413 acres and 960 BLM-leased acres, the ranch is a combination of low, lush irrigated and riparian lands situated along 3/4 mile of the Greybull River. Filled with Yellowstone cutthroat trout, the river provides excellent habitat for white-tailed deer during both the summer and winter months including a healthy population of large bucks. A sizable elk herd migrates along the river bottom between the surrounding ranches, almost never leaving private property. This has generated a large number of big bulls with many ranging over 360 Boone and Crockett. The Bighorn Basin Ranch has approximately 340 acres of irrigated and riparian lands with 160 acres having territorial water rights and a history of being highly productive. The remainder of the property consists of high grazing ground, valleys and canyons that lead down to the river. Rocky outcroppings and stands of pine trees provide excellent habitat for mule deer and antelope. The property also has an abundance of Hungarian and chukar partridge populations. Landowner permits for elk, deer, antelope and turkey are possible. This sporting paradise enjoys diverse topography, onsite live water, stunning scenery and abundant wildlife. Offering price is $4,150,000.

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