Cory Clark


Cory Clark was raised on a 5th generation ranch in eastern Wyoming, giving him first-hand experience in owning and managing livestock and agricultural real estate. Following graduation from Chadron State College with a BA degree, Cory began his real estate career in 1996. Within the past 23 years, Cory has closed on over 295 agriculture properties consisting of over 1,384,500 acres and over $586 million in sales. Cory’s integrity, experience, professionalism, and attention to detail are the foundation of his success. Through a developed wealth of experience in marketing ranch properties throughout the west and his passion for the land and the people who chose to make it their home, Cory has earned a reputation for unquestionable personal and professional integrity, providing genuine concern for clients and seeking to understand their singular goals and motives. Helping clients broker their transactions is not just a job, it is his passion. Cory is licensed in Wyoming, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, and Colorado. 
$499,000  •  20.98 acres
This 20.98± deeded acre mountain property boasts a beautiful view of Laramie Peak through mature lodgepole pines. The residence is a three-bedroom, three-bathroom, ranch-style home with 2,608 sq. ft. of total living space that is accompanied by an attached two car garage, additional hobby room off the garage, porch, and walkout basement. The 1,304 sq. ft. main level of the home has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, dining room, and a living room with windows facing Laramie Peak. The 1,304 sq. ft. basement has a bedroom, bathroom, large family room with a wood-burning stove, a kitchenette, and laundry room with utilities. There is oak paneling, granite countertops, and electric heat throughout the home. Water is provided by a five GPM private well. Wildlife is abundant in the area including mule deer, elk, turkey, and bears. There are abundant wildflowers, trees, and hummingbirds on this pristine, well-cared-for property. With year-round access, central to mountain recreation, and close proximity to Glendo Reservoir, this property is an excellent mountain getaway.
$2,500,000  •  5,719.23 acres
Located 15 miles west of Casper, Wyoming with year-round paved access, the Oil Mountain Ranch consists of 4,275.23± deeded acres, 789± State of Wyoming lease acres, and 655± BLM lease acres for a total of approximately 5,719.23± acres. Water for livestock and wildlife is provided by reservoirs and springs located throughout the ranch. There are no improvements but power is available. The ranch is home to trophy mule deer, upland game birds, and a variety of other wildlife.
$350,000  •  105 acres
The Staman Irrigated Farm consists of 105± contiguous acres with 79.61± irrigated acres. Located approximately 8 miles northeast of Scottsbluff, Nebraska, this farm is in the Little Lake Alice area. The Staman Irrigated Farm has many access points including two county roads and a canal road. The farm features a four-tower pivot which irrigates 54± acres and two side fields that are gravity irrigated. The remaining acres include 5± acres of trees, 21± acres of dry ground and an old homesite. The Staman Farm has 103± acres of water rights from the Pathfinder Irrigation District and is permitted 40.3± acres of water from the irrigation well. This farm is dual apportioned for water. The Staman Irrigated Farm is currently being leased for 2021. The improvements on the property included a non-livable home and other outbuildings that are in need repairs. This part of Nebraska is known for its excellent farming opportunities as well as outstanding wildlife habitat. Whitetail deer and upland game birds frequent the Staman Irrigated Farm.
$2,950,000  •  3,189.03 acres
Spring Creek Ranch, consisting of 3,029.03± deeded acres and 160± BLM acres, is located in the highly-sought-after Laramie Valley, known for its excellent cattle grazing and exceptional hunting and fishing opportunities. Spring Creek Ranch is a well-watered property featuring three solar wells, three electric wells, reservoirs and ponds as well as live water provided via Spring Creek which travels through the ranch for approximately 1.5 miles. The ranch is fenced into eight pastures with four-strand barbed wire and steel posts. The improvements include a two-bedroom ranch home, detached garage, numerous equipment buildings as well as a nice set of cattle working corrals. Spring Creek Ranch is frequented by many species of wildlife including elk, deer and antelope and offers exceptional hunting.
$1,500,000  •  1,910 acres
The Tighe Ranch Option 2 is a contiguous 1,910± acre ranch located approximately 12 miles north and eight miles east of Torrington, Wyoming. Of the 1,910± total deeded acres, there are 870± acres of dryland alfalfa/grass mix with the balance of the property being 1,040± acres of native grass pastures. The topography of the property features heavily-sodded grass pastures with rolling hills and Sheep Creek surfaces on the south end of the ranch. The ranch offers excellent habitat for several species of wildlife including deer and antelope. There are four wells that provide water throughout the ranch with three of those wells being solar to increase efficiency. This outstanding grass ranch with hunting opportunity is just minutes from Torrington with year-round access.
$1,900,000  •  1,785 acres
The Tighe Ranch Option 1 is a contiguous 1,785± acre ranch located approximately 12 miles north and eight miles east of Torrington, Wyoming. Of the 1,785± total deeded acres, there are 159± pivot-irrigated acres, 80± deeded acres of CRP, 280± deeded acres of dryland hay, with the balance of the property being 1,266± acres of native grass pasture. Two pivots receive water via an irrigation well and Sheep Creek water right which irrigate the 159± acres that have 65± acres planted to alfalfa, 63± acres planted to oats, 31± acres planted to Triticale. After harvest, the 31± acres currently planted to Triticale will be planted to Sudan grass for winter grazing. The topography of the property features heavily-sodded grass pastures with rolling hills and buttes that provide ample protection for livestock and wildlife. The ranch has excellent habitat for several species of wildlife including deer and antelope and offers a hunting cabin in which the owners currently use to accommodate hunters. There are six wells that provide water throughout the ranch with three of those wells being solar to increase efficiency. The property headquarters includes two modular homes built in 2013, two 48’x60’ metal shops, one of which features a concrete floor, heat provided by a wood-burning stove, and office/bathroom. The livestock improvements include a feedlot with 900 feet of fence-line bunks, additional pens, load out and more. This outstanding grass ranch with hunting opportunity is just minutes from Torrington with year-round access.
$6,600,000  •  1,196 acres
WATER, WATER AND MORE WATER! The Rageth Farm has some of the most extensive water rights of any farm in the region. Consisting of 1,196± total acres, the farm has approximately 913 irrigated acres under 10 pivots, with senior water rights from Bitter Creek, conveyed through the Sidon Irrigation Canal, as well as a Shoshone River water rights through the Sidon Irrigation Canal; water right dated April 24, 1900. This farm features an immaculate set of improvements complete with two residences, a 60’x96’ heated shop, 93,000 BU grain storage, a new 80’ truck scale and a 60’x60’ Morton equipment storage shed. Attention to detail is evident in everything on the Rageth Farm, from the well documented and recorded water rights, the condition of the farm ground, the up-to-date irrigation equipment and the exceptional set of improvements. With an abundance of water and a low average rainfall this farm would make an excellent hay farm.
$4,600,000  •  7,101.17 acres
Located just eight miles south of historic Jordan, Montana, the highly productive Long Branch Farm consists of 6,469.17± deeded acres and 632± BLM lease acres for a total of 7,101.17± acres. Historically planted in spring and winter wheat, the 4,911.90± acres of dryland/cultivated ground is known as some of the “very best” in the region. The remaining 1,557.27± acres are native grass pastures. There is also an additional 632± acres of BLM lease ground which has a 168 AUM allotment for spring or early summer grazing. Two sets of modest improvements with adequate grain storage are located on the Long Branch Farm. There is a current lease on the farm. Big game wildlife and upland-game birds frequent the farm.
$7,932,566  •  14,927 acres
This 14,927.61± contiguous acre property, a combination of ranch land and dryland farm, is located approximately 3 miles northwest of Haswell, CO. The Stavely Ranch consists of 10,486.78± acres of grass, 1,760± acres of farm ground, and 760.83± acres of CRP. Also included are three sections of lease ground; two school sections and one private lease section. Located at the headquarters is a 1,900 sq. ft. house, a 60’x100’ shop, 35’x240’ open faced shed, along with a working tub, pipe pens, and loading chute. The ranch is watered via wells tied to a pipeline that feeds ten bottomless tanks, and there are ten dirt tanks on the property. There are two small gravel pits on the property that could be developed further.
$2,200,000  •  16.79 acres
The Big Horn Hunting and Fishing Resort is a turn-key recreation resort complete with eight guest cabins, 15 full-hookups and graveled RV sites, restaurant and picnic area, retail fly shop with inventory, and private fishing pond, all located within just ten minutes of the Yellowtail Afterbay Boat-Launch on the Big Horn River. The Big Horn Hunting and Fishing Resort lies in what is commonly known as the "Upper Bighorn", between the Afterbay and Mallards Landing Fishing Access sites. This portion of the Bighorn is a world-renowned fishery for brown and rainbow trout, with incredible numbers of fish-per-mile, and sizes averaging over 16 inches. Upland and migratory bird hunting is also very popular in the area. The Big Horn Hunting and Fishing Resort is well-balanced through the seasons and offers a lot of everything for the absentee-owner and entrepreneur alike.
$4,600,000  •  6,614 acres
This contiguous 6,614± deeded acre ranch is located approximately 25 miles northeast of Torrington, Wyoming and approximately 36 miles northwest of Scottsbluff, Nebraska. Located in the heart of cattle country, the Sheep Creek Ranch is home to 260 mother cows that produce hearty and heavy calves on the high protein hard grass common to the area. There are eight wells that provide water throughout the ranch with three submersible wells and five windmills, plus three miles of underground pipeline that feeds into six of the approximately 14 tire stock tanks located throughout the ranch. Sheep Creek also provides seasonal water for livestock as it flows for approximately one mile through the ranch. The ranch headquarters includes a 3-bedroom, 1 bath home that has recently been remodeled, a large 9 stall horse barn, loafing sheds, concrete-floor shop and other outbuildings, plus a state-of-the-art set of cattle working corrals constructed of 2-7/8” pipe with 2-7/8’ top rails and 2-3/8” pipe overheads with a squeeze chute. The topography of the property features heavily-sodded grass pastures with scattered deciduous trees as well as rolling hills and buttes that offer cover and ample protection for livestock and wildlife.
$450,000  •  36.2 acres
Beautiful 36.20-acre ranchette just 14 miles north of Lingle, Wyoming. Live water from Rawhide Creek streaming through the property, year-round. 3,127 sq. ft. home has been complete remodeled and updated. Move-in ready! Open floor plan consisting of: large living room with original wood-burning fire place, kitchen with new Whirlpool appliances and access to the concrete back patio, dining area, master bedroom, bath and walk-in closet, two additional bedrooms and one full guest bath with jetted tub, laundry room with washer and dryer, large open hallway that could easily be used as office space, and walk-out basement with family room and utility room. Access to the deck from both the living room or master bedroom patio doors. Deck overlooks Rawhide Creek and one of the horse pastures. Updates include, but not limited to: new windows, doors, flooring, electrical wiring, security system, plumbing, Smart Board siding, and metal roof. Detached four-stall garage with separate workshop space, small storage shed, barn with horse runs and corrals. Two private wells on the property (only one is currently being used) and septic. Underground sprinkler system, established trees and bushes and newly laid asphalt driveway into property.
$597,000  •  91.41 acres
This exceptional farm is located five miles west of Wheatland, Wyoming offering year-round access with well-maintained roads. Of the 91± total deeded acres, there are 80± pivot-irrigated acres; 4± flood-irrigated acres with the balance of the property being 7± acres of native grass. There is a low-pressure, 7-tower pivot with new low-pressure nozzle kits installed in 2020. There is a dual source of water: the first being a single-user head-gate via Wheatland Irrigation District (WID) with a 25 HP motor. The second source is an irrigation well that is rated at 1,000 GPM with a 75 HP motor. There are 40± acres planted to grass/alfalfa mix with yields of 4½ ton/acre on three cuttings and 40± acres planted to corn with yields of 25 ton/acre for corn silage. There are 16.3 FSA base acres of barley with a PLC yield of 70 and 50.4 FSA base acres of corn with a PLC yield of 174. The topography consists of flat and level farm ground which allows for ideal irrigation. Irrigation and electrical costs for the farm consists of the following: annual costs for the Wheatland Irrigation District are $16/acre annually and the five-year average electric cost is $62/acre or an annual cost of $4,962. Current cash rents in the Wheatland area on similar farms are $160 to $200/acre. There are 91 acres of water rights from the WID. The property is partially fenced with 5 and 7-strand barbed wire on steel posts. No improvements but the farm does offer a suitable home site in the southwest corner with electric and beautiful mountain views.
$1,950,000  •  844 acres
Situated on approximately 844± deeded acres, the Prairie Smoke Hunting Ranch has been geared towards providing comfortable and efficient accommodations for hunting parties of eight to ten people including all facilities to clean harvested birds. Additional improvements included ample storage space for ATV’s boats and other equipment plus dog kennel facilities. The ranch is comprised of 347± cropland acres and approximately 497± acres of native pastures. Currently, a portion of the cropland used for wildlife food plots to enhance the attraction of birds and deer. Historically, the ranch will graze approximately 85-100 cow/calf pairs during the summer months.
$525,000  •  20 acres
This turn-key horse property with 20± acres is located just minutes from Cheyenne, WY. The 1,800 sq. ft. ranch style home with a spacious open floor plan features three bedrooms and two bathrooms, both of which have been recently remodeled. A 30x40 shop with two large overhead doors is located next to the house. The horse barn is a 36x72 barn with four box stalls complete with outside runs, and four indoor box stalls. There is also a large tack room located in the center of the barn and a hay storage area at the end of the barn. There are nine outside pens located around the arena, three of which have loafing sheds; 16x25, 14x25, and 12x20. The arena is 160x270 with a pipe lead-up up alley and boxes. There are also two small turn-out pastures that are fenced and cross fenced. An additional 43.23± acres is also available.
$302,610  •  43.23 acres
The Robb Acreage is located just minutes from Cheyenne, WY. This 43.23± acreage would be prime for a development or build your own large horse property close to town. Very nice acreage with good grass, and lots of potential with no covenants.
$215,000  •  71.4 acres
Located 30 minutes north of Lusk, Wyoming this property offers the peace and quiet of country living in a scenic setting. Improvements to the property include a 1,064 sq. ft. single story ranch home with two bedrooms and one bathroom, forced air heating system, 768 sq. ft. loafing shed, 450 sq. ft. shed and a small tool shed. There is electricity on the property; however, there is no water available on the property. The property is fenced. The terrain is made up of pine and cedar tree-covered ridges making it an ideal place for wildlife such as antelope, deer, and wild turkeys which are abundant in the area. Covenants apply.
$198,000  •  80 acres
This 80-acre parcel, located 10 miles west of Guernsey, WY, features rolling hills of natural grass with beautiful views of the Laramie Range Mountains. It is fenced on three sides. Electric is one-half mile from the property, Buyer will need to drill a well (estimated cost is $36 per foot, 200-300’ deep). The Seller will have the property surveyed prior to closing. There is a 50’ pipeline right-of-way on the property. No covenants.
$935,000  •  39 acres
The T & W Horse Acreage consists of a beautiful home, a large shop with built-in apartment, a loafing shed built off of the shop, an arena, horse barns with enclosed tack room as well as acres for your horses to roam. The home is 2,344 sq. ft. with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and an attached two-car finished garage. There are concrete patios on front side and the rear side of the home which also has new Pella windows and doors with a fresh Malarkey Shingles. The shop is 40 ft. by 90 ft. with 16 ft. sidewalls and two 14 ft. doors, concrete floor with a drain system and fully insulated with 7/16” OSB on the walls. Included in the shop is a 1,000 sq. ft. apartment with a fully functional kitchen, dining area, storage area, living area and bedroom. Also attached to the shop is a 32 ft. by 90 ft. loafing barn. There are numerous other outbuildings with enclosed areas, corrals with water tanks, and the arena lies off the corrals. The pasture area is sub-irrigated and fenced with five strands of barb wire and continuous panels.
$9,700,000  •  36,001 acres
The Historic Kite Ranch, located in southeastern Wyoming, consists of 8,561 deeded acres, 3,738 State of Wyoming and 23,702 BLM and private lease acres for a total of 36,001 acres. The ranch is located 65 miles north of Laramie and 55 miles west of Wheatland, Wyoming. The Kite Ranch is an exceptional summer yearling grazing ranch located on the Laramie Plains. It borders Wheatland Reservoir #2 and surrounds Wheatland Reservoir #3 with over five miles of the Laramie River that meanders from the south to the north through the property with excellent opportunities for trophy trout and walleye fishing. Wheatland Irrigation District owns, stores and uses the water for irrigating lands east of the ranch. There is an 1882 territorial water right from the Laramie River for 705 flood-irrigated acres of native hay meadows. This is the 12th right on the river and is superior to the Wheatland Irrigation District’s rights. The ranch is watered via the Laramie River and seven miles of shoreline on Wheatland Reservoir #3. There are seven solar wells with tire tanks, other ponds and an underground pipeline from the corrals to the horse pasture. The terrain of the ranch is high mountain plains and consists of high protein, short grass that produces 2-2.5 lbs. of gain per day on yearling cattle. The ranch is conservatively owner-rated for 2,000 yearlings for 4-5 months. With the use of the lands owned by others, but fenced into the ranch, and with the productive grasses created by the receding water levels on the two reservoirs in some years, carrying capacity could be up to 3,000 yearlings. The cattle-handling facilities are in good working condition and can handle large numbers of cattle. The facilities include pipe and steel corrals, sorting alleys, scale, covered processing area with a hydraulic squeeze chute and steel wind breaks. The Kite Ranch house was built in 1901 and features 14 rooms with two stories. The stone house is a landmark of Wyoming ranching history and shows the foresight of pioneers that settled these productive grazing lands. The Kite Ranch offers waterfowl, antelope, mule deer hunting along with trout and walleye fishing.
$760,000  •  239 acres
The Lazy R4 Irrigated Farm consists of 239± contiguous acres with 160± irrigated acres. Located approximately 4.5 miles northwest of Morrill, Nebraska, the Lazy R4 Irrigated Farm has many access points including two county roads and canal roads. The farm features two pivots: a 2003 Zimmatic six-tower pivot which irrigates 105± acres and a 2012 Zimmatic seven-tower wiper pivot that irrigates 55± acres. The remaining acres include 10± acres on the west side of the irrigation ditch, 41.5± acres of pivot corners and 3± acres of trees. The Lazy R4 Farm has 149± acres of water rights from the Pathfinder Irrigation District and is permitted 97.6± acres of water from the irrigation well. This farm is dual-apportioned for water. The Lazy R4 Farm is currently being leased for 2021. The only improvement on the property is an open-faced barn. This part of Nebraska is known for its excellent farming opportunities as well as outstanding wildlife habitat. Whitetail deer and upland game birds frequent the Lazy R4 Irrigated Farm.
$435,000  •  5.05 acres
The Fiscus Acreage combines many different features that make it the perfect property for the horse lover or for the family looking for a place to keep those 4-H animals. The 1,740 sq. ft. ranch-style home, built in 2006, has three bedrooms and two baths, all on one level. The home boasts many added amenities including all stainless appliances in the kitchen which are highlighted by the dual fuel gas-top electric oven and all oak cabinets. Natural gas powers the forced-air heat and AC in the home which also includes a free-standing Napoleon stove. Exterior features of the home include an under-ground sprinkler system and an insulated Tuff-Shed that serves as the doghouse with an attached 12’X12’ kennel. The Fiscus property also offers a 40’X81’ shop that has 16’ sidewalls and two electric 14’ overhead doors on opposite ends of the shop that will allow easy in and out of the shop with your RV and boat. There is a 20’X40’ heated workshop area along with an additional 20’X20’ heated storage room and there is 20’X60’ storage loft above these two rooms. Additional features in the shop include two RV septic dump sites, water hydrants, 220 power available in two different locations, and two 8’ electric overhead garage doors for smaller vehicle access. The shop has concrete floors throughout and also has a 14’X24’ attached lean-to.
$800,000  •  149.29 acres
The Shepard Pivot is located on the corner of YO Ranch Road and Cole Road and includes 149.29± acres. It is a Rinke pivot that is less than 10 years old. This pivot has historically produced corn and barley with a production of 27 to 28 ton of corn silage per acre or 180 bushels of grain corn. There are 30 acres planted to barley. The water is provided by Wheatland Irrigation District at a cost of $17.50 per acre and is delivered via a concrete ditch into a settling lagoon at the center of the pivot. The electrical costs are approximately $3,600 - $3,700 annually. The productive soil in Platte County provides a consistent supply of high-quality commodities. This farm is located in a Federal Opportunity Zone and may be eligible for preferential tax treatment.
$843,975  •  4,489 acres
The Carlson Pasture is a 4,489± contiguous acre pasture consisting of 3,069± deeded acres and 1,420± BLM acres located north of US Hwy 26 in Waltman, Wyoming. The terrain is rolling, grass-covered hills and draws. The estimate carrying-capacity is 150 pairs for a four-to-five-month summer grazing season. Water is provided to livestock via several reservoirs on the property that are fed by springs and seasonal runoff. There are no wells on the ranch, but the water table is 50 to 100 feet deep. There are no improvements on the property but electricity is available. Wildlife found on the ranch includes antelope, mule deer, grouse, and coyotes.
$7,350,000  •  3,080 acres
Located on the banks of the Grand River southeast of Lemmon South Dakota, the Turkey Track Ranch consists of 3,080± deeded acres plus a 233 AUM Grand River Grazing Association allotment. With approximately 12 miles of the Grand River meandering through the center of the ranch, the cottonwood and ash tree-lined river bottoms provide unparalleled natural protection and wildlife habitat throughout. Fenced and cross-fenced into 23 pastures, this ranch is set up for a very efficient and intensive grazing program with live water in 21 of the pastures. The ranch has a 518-acre water license from the State of South Dakota that ensures a reliable feed base for the ranch while enhancing the wildlife habitat. There is a very functional set of improvements that make up the ranch headquarters which features a three bedroom, four bath home built in 1991, a shop, barns, corrals, a 700 head feedlot, and a roping arena. The ranch has three wells that supply water to the headquarters as well as to the three tanks in the few pastures that do not have live year-round water. In addition, the ranch has rural water provided by the Perkins County Rural Water District. The riparian area of the Grand River is home to upland birds including pheasants, turkeys and sharp-tail grouse as well as many mule and whitetail deer. The Turkey Track Ranch has many attributes that make it appealing to ranchers and sportsmen alike.
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