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 27 years, Cory has closed on 330 agriculture properties consisting of 1,814,805 acres and $870,329,906 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. 
$1,220,000  •  402.03 acres
Nestled just east of the Wildcat Hills and north of Fort Laramie, Wyoming lies the Moore Springs Ranch. This ranch, which is also 14 miles west of the town of Jay Em, Wyoming, offers two separate homes situated on 402± deeded acres, making this an ideal property for the multi-family situation, an income producer as an Airbnb, or an excellent second home for a hunting camp. Both homes are modular homes that were built in 2008 & 2009 and both have alternative power supplied by Generac 17KW on demand generators. Additional improvements include a 2,560 sq. ft. shop that is insulated with a heated office and cement floor on the east end and has a graveled dirt floor for equipment storage on the west end. Also included is a nice set of working cattle working facilities, a 2,160 sq. ft. calving barn, a 960 sq. ft. detached garage/shop, a pair of loafing sheds for the horse lover, and moveable Pine Ridge Structure shed for your tack room and storage. Deer, elk, and antelope frequent this area for the hunting enthusiast and the Moore Springs Ranch is fenced, watered, and move-in ready for you and your 25-30 cow/calf pair operation.
$290,000  •  10.5 acres
The Sierman Horse Property is a charming 10.5± acre horse property located in Grover, CO. The house, which sits on a corner lot, is 960 sq ft with two bedrooms and one bathroom, and a nice sized living room and kitchen. It includes a patio with a fenced back yard that leads to a 600 sq ft detached garage. There are two horse pens made from continuous fence that are approximately 60x140 each. One pen has a 12x12 loafing shed, and the other has a 12x36 loafing shed with a tack room and gated area for hay storage. There are about 10 acres that are fenced and makes a nice turn-out pasture for horses. The property is conveniently located just one block from the park, and two blocks from the school.
$985,000  •  172 acres
With the Colorado state line as its southern border, this 172± deeded acre property sits south of Laramie, Wyoming, just off Sand Creek Road. The property has direct access to over 200± acres of BLM land and 640± acres of State of Wyoming land and live water from Antelope Creek making this a beautiful legacy family retreat or an exceptional elk (Area 8) and deer (Area 77) hunting property. Access is provided off Running Water Ranch Road to the custom log cabin with 748 sq. ft. on the main floor, a 448 sq. ft. loft and a private will providing excellent drinking water. This one bedroom and one-bathroom cabin is set on a permanent 5 ft. crawl space and is powered by a 7,500 KW Generac, Guardian propane powered generator. Overlooking a series of beaver ponds on Antelope Creek the cabin is the perfect spot to sit by the fire and watch a number of species of wildlife while enjoying all the tranquility that nature and seclusion can provide.
$1,200,000  •  80 acres
Horses, Hills and Stars property features 80 acres with a beautiful log home, shop and is located approximately 13 miles east of Wheatland, Wyoming on a paved county road. The property has big views of the Laramie Range Mountains and the high-quality native grass pastures are fenced and cross-fenced. There are over 200 trees providing windbreaks on the north and west side of the home. The 2005 custom-built log home is 3,948 sq. ft. featuring five bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The 1½ story home has a great room with a double-sided native stone wood-burning fireplace and an open staircase leading to a large loft. The eat-in kitchen features hickory cabinets, a walk-in pantry, dining room, mudroom/laundry room and vaulted ceilings, the interior of which is tongue and groove and log. There is an insulated oversized attached 2-car garage, one stall has been converted into a mud room and usable storage. There is a finished apartment with full kitchen and bathroom. The home has central air and forced air heat, two on-demand hot water heaters, a private well and septic. Two large, covered decks, a porch, steel exterior doors, and Marvin windows round out the features. Other outbuildings on the property include a new 50’x20’ horse shed with five stalls and automatic waterers, an insulated chicken house with a fully enclosed tack room on the back side, and a Quonset shed with a concrete floor and electricity.
$18,600,000  •  54,209 acres
Located in Albany County, Wyoming, approximately 45 miles north of Laramie, or 55 miles west of Wheatland, Wyoming, the Laramie Plains Ranch features 54,209± total contiguous acres and consists of 25,764± deeded acres, 5,338± State of Wyoming lease acres, 8,251± BLM lease acres and 14,856± private lease acres fenced into the ranch. Water is abundant on the ranch. Rock Creek traverses the property for approximately seven miles and the ranch surrounds Wheatland Reservoirs #2 and #3. Senior water rights provide water to irrigate hay ground. The hardy grass of the Laramie Plains provides excellent grazing for yearlings with the Laramie Plains Ranch owner-rated at 4,200 head of yearling cattle during the summer months. Multiple improvements on the ranch provide housing and cattle working facilities. Wildlife is abundant on the property with deer, antelope, elk and upland game birds known to frequent the ranch.
$721,000  •  1,109.36 acres
The Castle Rock Pasture is a 1,109.36± deeded acre pasture located fifteen miles north of Newell, South Dakota. This grass pasture provides an excellent opportunity to own productive summer grazing. Livestock water is provided by dams and dugouts and offers excellent grazing for yearlings or cow-calf pairs.
$700,000  •  160 acres
Located 1 mile east of the quiet town of Albin, Wyoming is the Smith 160. This property consists of a nice combination of 156± acres of pasture ground and a nice combination of improvements including the house, the shop, and the horse barn. The home consists of 2,025 sq. ft. with 1,168 sq. ft. on the main floor and another 857 sq. ft. of finished living space in the basement. There are 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, an updated kitchen with hickory cabinets and stainless appliances. The home has charm and appeal starting with the stone fireplace and hardwood floors in the living room to the beautiful views of the area from the front deck. Also offered with the Smith 160 includes a 2,000 sq. ft. shop that has 14’ sliding doors, a cement floor throughout, and is wired for 220 amps. Horse facilities include a loafing shed with a tack room attached, continuous fence corrals, and an automatic waterer for the 2 corrals. Other outbuildings including additional shop and garage options are all included in this property that is located 17 miles north of Pine Bluffs and 60 miles northeast of Cheyenne.
$350,000  •  240 acres
This 240± deeded acre parcel is located approximately twelve miles west of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming, or 23 miles east of Cheyenne Wyoming. It features dryland farm ground which historically has been planted in wheat or millet. The farm is partially fenced and in most recent years has been farmed organically. There is access to electrical service within close proximity and the property has good access via county roads.
$1,275,000  •  794.58 acres
This 794.58± deeded acre parcel, located approximately 3.5 miles west of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming, features dryland farm ground that has historically been planted in organic crops. The farm ground is arranged in a north-south direction with approximately 23 strips. The property is perimeter fenced and the fences are in good condition. An older set of improvements, including a five-bedroom, one bath home plus a Quonset building and grain storage is located on the property. The property has excellent access from paved county roads and is located close to Interstate-80 and is within close proximity to Cheyenne, Wyoming.
$1,750,000  •  280 acres
The Duncan Farm consists of 280 deeded acres. A portion of the farm acres are irrigated by a ten-tower Lockwood pivot with the other portion being flood irrigated. The property has a five bedroom, three bathroom home built in 1981. The Duncan Farm property also features a large 3,000 square-foot shop, five stall horse barn, multiple other outbuildings and loafing sheds.
$8,900,000  •  22,768 acres
Located in Albany County, Wyoming, approximately 45 miles north of Laramie, Wyoming, the Hall Ranch consists to 17,203± deeded acres, 1,600± State of Wyoming lease acres and 3,965± BLM lease acres. Situated in the heart of the Laramie Plains, the ranch features over 2,200± acres of irrigated and sub-irrigated creek bottom ground in addition to its hardy grass plains. The Hall Ranch also boasts exceptional water rights and live water is provided via Rock Creek which traverses the property for over 15 miles. Historically, the Hall Ranch has operated as summer grazing for 2,000-2,200 yearling cattle. Although never operated as a standalone cow/calf unit, the owners estimate that the ranch would run 800+ head of mother cows year-round in a normal year. Ranch headquarters are equipped with two homes, shop and extensive barns and corrals. A second set of improvements is located on the northern portion of the ranch. Year-round access is provided from Fort Fetterman Road. Wildlife is abundant on the Hall Ranch including mule deer, whitetail deer and antelope, along with native species of small game and birds.
$1,495,000  •  773 acres
The 4 Up Livestock is a combination of lush creek bottoms, a flood-irrigated hay meadow and quality hard-grass pastures on 773± deeded acres. It is conveniently located off I-80, 35 miles west of Laramie and has beautiful views of the Snowy Range Mountains to the south. The 4 Up Livestock is owner-rated for 40 cows year-round or 200 yearlings for 100 days. Multiple year-round springs provide stock water and there is also a pond. There are over 400± irrigated acres, which are currently used for grazing but can be hayed. The property features a 2,240 sq. ft. log-sided modular home with a steel roof, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a great room addition with a wood burning stove and an attached 2-car garage. The yard has matured pine trees. There is a 2,800 sq. ft. shop built in 2017 featuring 220 electrical, LED lights, gravel floor, utility room, and an outdoor hydran and complete with two 14’ overhead doors, a single garage door and a walk-through door. The shop also features a nice one bedroom, one bathroom apartment with a full kitchen. Other improvements include a barn, pipe round pen, corrals, a load-out, chicken coop and a windbreak fence. There is also a stockpile of gravel road base that is ready to be marketed. Wildlife is abundant on the 4 Up Livestock as elk, deer and antelope frequent the property.
$295,000  •  20 acres
The Whitewood Acreage Option 1 is a premier property consisting of 20+/- deeded acres located approximately 3 ½ miles northeast of Whitewood, South Dakota. This beautiful acreage is in a sought-after area with sloping hills and views of the Black Hills. Numerous building sites with an established free flowing well along with livestock corrals and hayfield. Perimeter of the property is fully fenced with four strand barb wire. The Whitewood Acreage Option 1 also offers numerous wildlife with hunting opportunity to include white-tail deer and turkey. Covenants on property.
$4,292,000  •  930 acres
UNPARRELLED WATER RIGHTS! The Rageth Pivots have some of the most extensive water rights of any farm in the region. Consisting of 930± total acres, the Rageth Pivots have approximately 706± irrigated acres under 6 pivots. Senior water rights are provided from Bitter Creek, conveyed thru the Sidon Irrigation canal, plus a Shoshone River water right thru the Sidon Irrigation canal, dated April 24, 1900. The property has 60’x60’ Morton equipment storage shed located on it. Attention to detail is evident in everything from the well documented and recorded water rights, the condition of the farm ground and up to date irrigation equipment. With an abundance of water and a low average rainfall this farm would make an excellent hay farm.
$6,500,000  •  10,201 acres
Located approximately 23 miles north of Alzada, Montana or 60 miles northwest of Belle Fourche, South Dakota, the Finger Buttes Ranch is centered in the heart of the strong grass cattle country of eastern Montana and the western Dakotas. Consisting of 7,715± deeded acres, 600± State of Montana lease acres and 1,886± BLM acres, the land is comprised of rolling hills and flat-top buttes with minimal unproductive ground. Approximately 3,560± acres are planted to mixtures of grass and alfalfa for grazing and haying. Underground pipelines provide water to numerous tanks located throughout the ranch in addition to multiple seasonal reservoirs. The ranch includes two homes, corrals, livestock barns, grain bins and two Quonsets. Southeast Montana is well known for large populations of mule deer and whitetail deer, as well as antelope and upland birds, of which Finger Buttes ranch has a strong population of each.
$535,000  •  432.43 acres
This contiguous 432.43± acre investment property is located approximately ten miles east of Lusk, Wyoming and next to the old town of Node, Wyoming. The property consists of nice rolling hills, a dry creek bed, heavily sodded grass pasture and beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. Its dry creek bed and the lay of the land provide ample protection for livestock and wildlife. Reliable stock water is provided by a windmill. The Thurston sits on the southwest side of Node, Wyoming and has highway frontage on the northeast side of the property along with county road access on the east side of the property. Electricity is available on the north and east side of the property. The Thurston is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a property of this size, close to Lusk, with the views of the Rawhide Buttes in the distance. The current owner runs twenty-five head of cow/calf pairs year-round with additional feed in the winter time. The property offers excellent habitat for several species of wildlife including mule deer, whitetail deer and antelope.
$795,000  •  42.8 acres
360 Sybille Creek Road is the perfect private recreational property located only six miles west of Wheatland. The property features a recently remodeled 3-bedroom and 2-bath home hidden in the Sybille Creek Valley and surrounded by mature cottonwood and evergreen trees. There are two wells on the property and a nice shop/garage with electric opener. The Muleshoe ditch traverses the western portion of the property providing sub-irrigation to the bottom ground. Hunting on the property is excellent for both whitetail deer and turkey.
$1,399,000  •  157 acres
This well-managed 157± acre farm includes 130± acres under irrigation, custom cattle feeding pens, recreational horse pens, a roping arena, and two houses. The hay meadows are irrigated by an 85± acre full-circle Reinke pivot, 20± and 15± Reinke wiper pivots, and a corner of flood irrigation. This farm produced 560 tons of high-quality alfalfa in 2021 and the meadow is used in the fall to graze cattle for a few months. The corrals are constructed of metal pipe and steel cable with concrete bunks. A total of six horse pens with runs line the north side of the corrals. Improvements include a 2,688 sq. ft. metal pole barn with two 12’ metal doors, a 1,216 sq. ft. horse barn with an office and tack room, a 2,448 sq. ft. loafing shed, 1,440 sq. ft. loafing shed, and two grain bins. The main home is 850 sq. ft. with two bedrooms, one bathroom, and a basement. The guest house is 520 sq ft with one bedroom, one bathroom, and a basement. Water to the property is provided by a well, year-round water from Pilot Drain, and 143.9 acres of Midvale Irrigation District water rights.
$360,000  •  10.28 acres
The Gibb Acreage is a quaint country acreage located just outside of Yoder, Wyoming. A beautiful modular residence featuring 1,512 sq. ft. with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, built in 2014 with spacious redwood front and back decks provides a perfect space to enjoy the outdoors. Completed with a full basement that offers a gun and reloading room with a combination safe door attached. The basement also has a third bedroom and additional bathroom framed in with material needed to finish that room. Additional improvements include a 1,440 sq. ft shop built in 2014 with a 12’ overhead door, full cement floor, and a built-in cooling room for meat processing. The property is well rounded to also offer four enclosed dog kennels with runs and a mature cedar tree shelter belt that spans the entire west side of the property to provide privacy and protection. The surrounding area provides outdoor recreation and also provides game bird opportunity with Bump Sullivan Game Wildlife Habitat Management Area located ½ mile away with game bird production facilities that include enclosed bird pens. The Gibb Acreage is within the Southeast Schools attendance area. Bring your animals, no covenants.
$6,500,000  •  8,749 acres
The historic Patten Creek Ranch is being offered to the open market for only the second time since it was homesteaded. The Patten Creek Ranch is a contiguous, blocked-up ranch which is six miles long by four miles wide. There are 8,749.9± total acres and is comprised of 5,912.9± deeded acres, 2,237± State of Wyoming lease acres and 600± BLM acres Highway 270 is adjacent to the ranch and provides easy and reliable year-round access. There are two nice homes with outbuildings on the ranch. Historically, the owners have ran 300 cow/calf pairs year-round on the Patten Creek Ranch. Seven submersible wells with underground pipelines, four solar wells, four windmills, along with several springs, all strategically located throughout the property provide ample water to livestock and wildlife. Multiple species of wildlife frequent the property including trophy elk, mule deer, antelope, turkeys and coyotes. The topography consists of pine and cedar tree covered hillsides, ravines and canyons set among grass covered meadows with mature cottonwoods located around the headquarters.
$3,200,000  •  4,842.8 acres
Located approximately twenty miles northeast of Lusk, Wyoming, the Hat Creek Livestock Ranch consists of 4,123.91± deeded acres, 678.87± State of Wyoming lease acres and 40± BLM acres for a total of 4,842.80± acres. This low-overhead, productive grass ranch is located on the hardy grass plains of Eastern Wyoming and is made up of diverse topography with natural draws and ravines providing shelter to livestock and wildlife. Historically the ranch has been used to graze 200 cow/calf pairs year-round. Water is abundant and provided to the ranch via the six wells, multiple stock ponds, seasonal springs and a 1¼” pipeline. Improvements include a 2,160 sq. ft. home with five bedrooms and three bathrooms, corrals, barn, and multiple outbuildings. Elk, mule deer and whitetail deer, antelope and several species of birds frequent the property.
$160,000  •  40 acres
The West 40 consists of 40± deeded acres located seven miles south of Guernsey, Wyoming and 30 minutes from Wheatland, Wyoming, and the I-25 corridor. The perimeter of the property is fenced with 4-wire barbed wire and steel posts with three metal gates. There is a well, underground vault with pressure tank, frost-free hydrant, and electrical service on the property. The property is accessed via Winchester Road, a private road and property owners on Winchester Road share road maintenance. The topography of the property is rolling hills with native grass and sage brush. Antelope and mule deer frequent the property. Views of Laramie Peak can be seen to the west. Nearby Grayrocks Reservoir offers fishing and water recreation.
$725,000  •  9.74 acres
Situated along the banks of the North Platte River, eight miles east of Glenrock, is this multifaceted 9.74± acre property with excellent improvements and income opportunity. The home is a very well-kept 2,600 sq. ft. home featuring four bedrooms, two bathrooms, an oversized garage, an apartment in the walkout basement, and a new deck overlooking the North Platte River. Additional storage and workshop space is available in the property’s 780 sq. ft. unattached and insulated 2-car garage, and 1,560 sq. ft. shop. The home and buildings are outside of the flood zone. This property also generates income via the 24 commercial RV hookups that have been installed and legally permitted with the State of Wyoming. There are three septic systems, two domestic wells, and 1,500 gallon and 1,700 water cisterns. Several horse paddocks and a loafing shed make the property well suited for horses. Deer, antelope, turkey and abundant waterfowl are common to the property. Fishing opportunities for walleye, trout and catfish from a private dock complete this riverfront property.
$6,500,000  •  6,284 acres
Located approximately 19 miles southwest of Laramie, Wyoming and surrounded on three sides by the Laramie Mountains, the Spiegelberg Springs Ranch consists of 6,281± total acres of which 5,019± acres are deeded and 1,262± acres are State of Wyoming lease acres. With water rights consisting of 21± CFS (200 AF of storage) and a reliable well with over 7 miles of pipeline, this well-watered ranch is owner rated at 300 head of mother cows year-round with a reliable hay base. Approximately four miles of live water via Spring Creek and Sand Creek create elk and moose habitat for the hunting enthusiast while an 89-surface acre private lake provides exceptional recreational opportunities including fishing, jet skiing and water skiing. With great access off Brubaker Lane and a very functional set of improvement this would make a tremendous year-round cattle operation with exceptional recreational opportunities.
$19,950,000  •  12,387 acres
The Southard Ranch is located just outside of Wheatland, WY and consists of 8,447± deeded acres and 3,940± acres of State of Wyoming lease acres, for a total of 12,387± contiguous acres. The ranch has live water, spring feed ponds, timbered rolling hills, grass pastures, and cedar or pine tree-lined bluffs. Cottonwood Creek runs through the middle of the ranch, traveling for approximately 3.5 miles, providing a park-like setting with cottonwoods and lush wildlife habitat. The Southard Ranch includes many new improvements including indoor cattle working facilities with office complex, horse barns, equipment storage/shop, commodities shed, outdoor arena, continuous panel fencing, and new barbwire and pipe fences throughout the ranch. This ranch has nine stock wells, three domestic wells, two irrigation wells (350 GMP and 850 GPM), three pivots and one three-acre stocked pond (bass, bluegill, and trout). Several houses are located on this pristine ranch. Abundant wildlife on the Southard Ranch include elk, mule deer, whitetail, antelope, turkeys, pheasants, waterfowl, and predators.
Clark & Associates Land Brokers

Cory Clark
PO Box 47
Lusk, WY 82225

Fax: 307-334-0901
Mobile: 307-351-9556
Office: 307-334-2025
Toll Free: 844-876-7141
Website