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 368 agriculture properties consisting of 1,951,951 acres and $954,075,078 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.
$12,500,000  •  12,020 acres
Located 12 miles north of Broadus, Montana with great access off of a well-maintained county road and consisting of approximately 12,020± total acres the ranch has 10,760± deeded acres, 640± State of Montana acres and 620± BLM lease acres. With 370± acres of pivot-irrigated ground and 430± acres of flood-irrigated ground the ranch produces roughly 2,800 ton of quality hay annually. Under current management the owners are able to sell approximately 1,500 large round bales annually. Owner-rated at 400 head of mother cows, 75 head of heifers and an adequate number of bulls the ranch is able to consistently sustain these numbers while typically keeping their calves on feed through mid-February. The Crooked Creek Ranch has a total of nine artesian wells, one which provides water to the buildings and corrals and two that provides water to approximately 20 miles of pipeline that supplies water to approximately 23 tanks throughout the pastures. The remaining six wells supply water to individual tanks. In addition, the ranch has approximately 71 water right claims on the Powder River which provide ample irrigation water. There are two homes on the property, a 70’ x 80’ machine shed/commodity storage, a 40’ x 80’ insulated shop with concrete floor, a 40’ x 80’ insulated calving barn with a heated vet/tack room, a 40’ x 60’ airplane hangar with a concrete floor, two sets of metal corals, a backgrounding lot and the 2015 Valley 8,000 center pivot. With approximately 6 miles of river bottoms the ranch has exceptional hunting. The ranch has roughly 1,000± acres of wheat base and a hunting lease which provide alternate sources of income.
$1,050,000  •  952.67 acres
This no-till farm consists of 952.67± acres and is planted to winter wheat and is under lease until harvest in 2024. This land has been farmed by the same family for the past ten years and is ready for a new owner. The farm ground is comprised of rolling hills and sits adjacent to County Road 6 on the north side of the property, just north of the south Banner County line. There is a lease contract with Invenergy Wind Turbine on the property. The Banner County South Farm is owned by a licensed real estate broker in the State of Wyoming.
$1,000,000  •  955 acres
The Ridge Pasture offers 955± deeded acres, located 11 miles west of Lingle, Wyoming. The property features one solar well and one electric well (belongs to neighbor) which are connected to three water tanks via a pipeline. There is also one seasonal pond. There are pipe working corrals and three outbuildings. The fences are 4 and 5-strands barbed wire on wood and steel posts with approximately two miles of new fence along Deer Creek Road. The property is fenced into four pastures with native grass and rolling hills. The property is owner-rated for 80 pairs during the summer months.
$950,000  •  1,653.55 acres
The Green Pasture consists of 1,013.5± deeded acres and 640± State of Wyoming lease acres and is located 18 miles north of Fort Laramie, Wyoming or 6 miles west of Jay Em, Wyoming. Access is provided from County Road 19 which runs through the ranch and County Road 124 bordering the north side of the state lease land. The property features four solar wells and five stock tanks. The property is fenced into three pastures with 4-wire barbed wire and offers both native and tame grass covered rolling hills with views of the Rawhide Buttes. The Green Pasture is owner-rated for 100 pairs during the summer months.
$1,750,000  •  430 acres
Located just one and a half miles west of Hawk Springs, Wyoming on Road 34 is the Imig Irrigated Farm. Consisting of 430± deeded acres with 374± acres of water rights from Horse Creek Irrigation District. The irrigated acres are comprised of approximately 150± acres under pivot which is currently planted in alfalfa and has historically averaged 4.5 tons of hay to the acre. The balance of approximately 224± irrigated acres are a combination of side roll and flood irrigated acres planted into alfalfa or grass/alfalfa mix. Improvements include a 2 bedroom and 1 bath home and second home featuring 1 bedroom and 1 bath with a basement and detached garage. There are two 54’x75’ shops, one of which has a concrete floor with lined walls. The property also has a good set of pipe corrals with approximately 400 ft. of concrete feeding apron, pipe working pens, alley and load out. This is a nice irrigated farm in a good location set up to background calves while producing its own feed base, or just a quality producing hay farm.
$825,000  •  631.23 acres
A certified organic farm that consists of 631.23± acres of which 560.14± acres are certified organic and 71.09± acres of grass. This land has been farmed by the same family for the past ten years and is ready for a new farmer. There has been no fall crop planted for 2023 and will be ready to be planted with a spring seeding in 2024. There is a lease contract with Invenergy Wind Turbine associated with this property. The property lies adjacent to the northern Kimball County line. A well-maintained county road, Road 54 N provides access to the property on the south. The Kimball County Organic Farm is owned by a licensed real estate broker in the state of Wyoming.
$776,000  •  35 acres
The TMJ Acreage is located west of the town of Yoder, Wyoming and south of the town of Veteran, Wyoming. This 35± deeded acre property is enhanced by a set of improvements that includes a stunning 2020 two-story home, featuring three bedrooms and 2½ half bathrooms. The interior is finished with a variety of hardwoods and accents including reclaimed snow wood for a beautiful barnwood look, 2 ¼” rough-sawn cedar staircase with ¾” rebar, and several cabinets & other trim work that used wood from the original homestead. In the kitchen there are custom maple cabinets with soft-close drawers along with granite countertops with leather finish, a dual-fuel stove with double oven and gas burners, along with other stainless appliances. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and custom 4-lite sliding doors that are fir finished & in conversion varnish, walk-in tile shower, and heated tile flooring. The HVAC system is a high efficiency dual-stage heating/cooling system with a whole-house filter and a whole house humidifier. Other efficiencies include all high-efficiency LED lighting, water softener system, tankless hot water heater, 200 amp electric service, and 17,500 Watt Generac generator. Most of the furniture is included along with a Wind River Hurricane hot tub, and commercial espresso machine. This property also offers several out-buildings and improvements that include a 3,500 sq. ft. shop with a full cement floor along with other loafing sheds.
$580,000  •  2.86 acres
Located just north of Torrington, Wyoming and in the Dillman Estates Subdivision, is the Wade Acreage. Built in 2013, this tri-level home with a garden view, has three bedrooms, three baths with an abundance of personality and western charm which includes barnwood door and window frames throughout the home. The main floor includes a large kitchen with knotty hickory cabinets, engineered hardwood floors and is connected to the open and spacious living area. The upper level has 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms with one of them attached to the primary bedroom. Found on the garden view level is a family room with beautiful barnwood siding along with a fourth non-conforming bedroom and the third full bathroom. Rounding out the amenities with the house is the attached, three-car garage that is fully finished and insulated. Other improvements include a 768 sq. ft. shop with an overhead door along with the walk-through door that leads to the enclosed tool and work area. A second custom-built shed would be ideal for a gardening shed or simply for the storage of outdoor and gardening supplies. The property consists of 2.86± with plenty of potential to be the perfect horse property.
$110,000  •  40 acres
Consisting of 40± acres of land that adjoins the Slim Buttes of Custer National Forest. The south and west boundaries of this property border the forest. The property is a mix of rolling hills and brushy draws. Native grasses, deciduous trees and brush are scattered across the property. “Battleship Rock”, one of the “Castle” formations lies just off the southwest corner of the property. The property is about three-eighths of a mile south of SD Highway 20. Legal access is by section line right of way. Physical access has not been developed. This is a beautiful property in a scenic location.
$949,000  •  192 acres
Located along the banks on the Big Horn River, this 192± deeded acre property lies just north of the town of Basin, Wyoming. Privacy and scenery are hallmark features of this river property with the added convenience of being on the edge of town. The property is comprised of tree-covered river bottom, open meadows, and 20± acres of flood irrigated alfalfa hay field. There are no buildings, and the property has historically been used for cattle grazing and hay production. The grazing and farming are both available for the 2024 season. Wildlife includes whitetail deer, mule deer, sandhill cranes, racoons, fox, and coyotes. Electricity is present on multiple parts of the property. This is a rare opportunity to own a large parcel of river property suitable as a hunting retreat, small farm, or country acreage.
$669,000  •  40 acres
Located on 40± deeded acres, 949 Lower Sussex Road offers prime country living with the Powder River traversing the edge of the property and beautiful views in all directions. The home is a 1999 manufactured home with 2,052 sq. ft. and is complete with four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The home has been updated in recent years and updates include new lighting and plumbing fixtures throughout, updated bathrooms and showers with doors, new flooring throughout, new AC unit and a top-of-the-line wood burning stove. A marquee feature of the home is the large fully custom kitchen island that is inlaid with turquoise. A total of three decks are featured on the exterior of home with one large wrap around deck encompassing the jacuzzi. Mature trees and a well-established lawn are on a sprinkler system inside the fenced yard. A newer 40’ x 80’ steel building offers garage/shop space on one-half with two oversized 14’ garage doors. The second half of the shop could serve as barn space and features a 10’ sliding barn door. Water is provided via a private well.
$925,000  •  70.71 acres
The Paetow Farm consists of 70.71± deeded acres located just east of Morrill, Nebraska on Hwy 26. It has approximately 48± acres planted in alfalfa, and 15± acres of irrigated pasture. The Paetow Farm has dual water rights with 80± acres of water rights from Farmers Irrigation District, along with 2 registered irrigation wells that pump approximately 600 gpm. The improvements consist of a 5,968 sq. ft. home with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and a 2-car attached garage. The basement features a wet bar and game room, along with plenty of storage room. There are multiple outbuildings that include a 26x34 detached garage and a 45x30 cattle shed. There are two metal shops with concrete floors one is 20x40 and the other is 41x40. This is a productive farm with excellent access via Hwy 26 and Liberty Oil Road.
$1,350,000  •  240 acres
The Sioux County Farm is located five miles northeast of Henry, Nebraska offering year-round access from S-4 County Road. Of the 240± total deeded acres, there are 190± pivot-irrigated acres, with the balance of the property being 50± acres of native grass. There are two pivots on the property: a low-pressure, 7-tower Reinke pivot, with 125± acres in corn, that receives water from an irrigation well adjudicated for 133± acres, and a 7-tower Valley wiper pivot with 65± acres of alfalfa seeded in Fall 2022, that receives 95.5± acres of water from Pathfinder Irrigation District. This farm features quality farm ground and is located in a very sought-after area along the Nebraska/Wyoming state line.
$2,093,000  •  1,163 acres
Located just 20 miles northeast of Box Elder, South Dakota and 30 miles northeast of Rapid City, South Dakota this 1,163± acre ranch features 1,000± acres of good, fully fenced and cross fenced, hard grass pasture, and 160± acres of crop land currently in hay production. Improvements include a 48’ X 80’ pole barn, a functional set of corrals with wind break and an updated 16’ X 80’ mobile home. With 7 reservoirs and rural water in each of the five pastures this exceptionally well-watered ranch represents a great opportunity to purchase a nice stand-alone cattle operation with great access and privacy all within 30 miles Rapid City, South Dakota.
$200,000  •  160 acres
Consisting of 160± deeded acres of dry land farm ground, the Lone Star Quarter is located in northeastern Washington County, Colorado. The property is situated approximately 17 miles north of Otis, CO, and a half mile to the east of Highway 61. There are 161.07± FSA acres of productive dry land farm ground. The southwest corner of the property is fairly flat with rolling topography as you climb in elevation to the northeast corner. About two thirds of the property has soils consisting of Ascalon sandy loams and the remaining third is Haxtun loamy sands. Half of the property is currently in wheat stubble from the 2023 wheat harvest and the south half is fallow.
$3,000,000  •  1,186.88 acres
The Canyon Spring West Ranch features 1,186 deeded acres of rolling, native grass pastures and a well-maintained headquarters. There are seven fenced pastures with excellent grass and water for livestock. The well located at the headquarters provides water to five stock tanks and two additional wells have stock tanks on them. The ranch is owner-rated at 52 cow/calf pairs year-round. The headquarters features a 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom home with an oversized 2-car garage. The horse corrals are pipe with steel windbreaks and a 30’ x 40’ barn that features tongue and groove walls, tie racks with feed bunks, and a nice sized tack room. Several additional buildings at the headquarters include an insulated Quonset hut a cement floor, electricity, walk-through door and a 14’ overhead door with an opener and a pole barn with a dirt floor, electricity, two walk-through doors, 10’ overhead door with an opener and a sliding barn door with several windows for natural light. There is also a set of pipe cattle working pens with six sorting pens with an alley. The Canyon Spring West Ranch is located 14 miles southwest of Chugwater, Wyoming and has year-round access.
$967,500  •  129 acres
Located on the east side of Murdo, South Dakota sits 129± deeded acres of prime undeveloped land, currently used as agriculture land. The property includes the homesite, two barns and corrals along with a pond. This acreage is split by Hwy 248, which provides year-round access. It is being offered in its entirety for $967,500, or with the following options: Lot 1: 8.41 acres for $71,485, Lot 2: 9.77 acres for $83,045, Tract 1: 33.31 acres for $283,135, or Tract 2: 53.29 acres for $452,965. Any lots or tracts are subject to final plat approval.
$315,000  •  37.06 acres
The Smith Acreage boasts 37± deeded acres with Pathfinder Irrigation water rights. This property is in a great location just north of Morrill, Nebraska in Sioux County, offering year-round access from US Highway 26 and maintained county roads. Improvements include two modest residences, 60’ x 20’ shop and additional farm utility sheds. The main house is a single level residence offering 1,412 sq. ft., built in 1930 with 3 bedrooms and 1 1/2 baths with a small porch. The second residence is a 900 sq. ft. single level home, built in 2014 with 1 bedroom, one bath and is heated with a Pelpro pellet stove. With a quaint yard and mature trees, the Smith Acreage offers “country charm” and is located in a very sought-after area along the Nebraska/Wyoming state line.
$3,861,000  •  5,422 acres
The Pine Creek Mountain Pasture is a scenic summer grazing ranch with recreational opportunities located on the southern edge of the Big Horn Mountains, approximately 70 miles northwest of Casper, Wyoming. The property is unimproved, with no utilities and two rustic log buildings. The perimeter of the ranch is fenced with post and wire but may need repairs. The ranch consists of 2,767± acres of non-contiguous deeded land, made mostly contiguous by the 2,655± acre BLM grazing allotment. The ranch is owner-rated at 849 total AUMS, which includes one animal unit per 15 acres for 3 months on the deeded land and an additional 296 AUMs of the BLM grazing lease. Water is provided by seasonal creeks and reservoirs. Seasonal access is available by Bighorn Mountain Road and 33 Mile Road. Resident herds of elk, mule deer, and antelope are frequent on the property. Recreational and hunting opportunities are plentiful.
$2,810,000  •  2,440 acres
The Imig Ranch consists of 2,440± deeded acres and is located approximately three miles west of Hawk Springs, Wyoming on Rd 32. It is a productive, low-overhead ranch that is well watered featuring eight tanks servicing the four pastures. Improvements include a two-bedroom, one bathroom house, 30’x55’ shop, and a 25’x30’ barn. It has a good set of pipe and wood corrals with an alley to work cattle through the chute or load out. There is approximately 160 ft. of concrete bunk/feed apron in one pen. The ranch is easily accessible via county roads from US Hwy 85 and is located close to Torrington Livestock Markets, Wyoming's largest livestock market.
$1,020,750  •  1,361 acres
The Prairie Center Ranch is located approximately 32 miles northwest of Torrington, Wyoming. The ranch consists of 1,361± deeded acres and is rich in history, dating back over 100 years. It is being offered to the open market for the first time since it was homesteaded. The six interior pastures are watered via two windmills along with two additional solar wells. The electric well is located off the subject property, but is used with a shared water use agreement and provides water to an underground pipeline which serves six stock tanks throughout the ranch. Historically, the current owner has grazed approximately 80 cow/calf pairs during the summer months.
$5,250,000  •  354,050.9 acres
Located southeast of Jeffrey City, Wyoming, the 46 Ranch consists of 354,050.9± total acres of which 3,291± acres are deeded, plus 9,475± State of Wyoming lease acres and 341,284± BLM acres. The 46 Ranch is owner-rated at 700 cow/calf pairs for a period of seven to eight months, April through November. Historically, the weaning weights on calves on November 15th have been 525 lbs. on steer calves and 500 lbs. on heifer calves. The 46 Ranch has an abundance of wildlife including elk, mule deer, moose, antelope, turkeys and upland birds. The improvements include a recently remodeled home with 4,032 sq. ft. of total living space and a large 5,000 sq. ft. Quonset Hut offering part shop space with concrete floor and cattle working facilities on the second half. Livestock and wildlife benefit from the miles of live water provided via several springs throughout the ranch.
$2,655,000  •  609 acres
A unique opportunity to own the historic Two-Bit Ranch consisting of 297± deeded acres and 312± BLM acres located five minutes from downtown Deadwood, South Dakota. The Two-Bit Ranch is a picturesque ranch in the heart of the Black Hills with unparalleled views. Throughout the ranch you will find multiple stocked fishing ponds and an abundance of wildlife to include elk, mule deer, white-tail deer, and big horn sheep that frequent the property. Endless recreational opportunities are found right on the ranch and many potential building sites are throughout the property. Modest improvements include a one room hunting cabin with no running water. This outstanding location, just minutes from Deadwood which offers exceptional dining, shopping, and entertainment. Year-round access from Spruce Gulch Road, Brighter Day Subdivision or Majestic Heights Subdivision.
$580,000  •  35 acres
Country living awaits you and your family on this property that checks a lot of the boxes on a wish list. The home, located south and west of the town of Yoder, Wyoming, is a 2,204 sq. ft. home that offers 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, and an easy transitioning kitchen/dining/living area combo. Custom cabinets in the kitchen with western accents create a welcoming atmosphere. The home does have a partial basement that is unfinished and ready to be turned into an additional family room or another bedroom. Outside improvements on the Clark Horse Property include a 1,200 sq. ft. shop that is enhanced by a heated tool room and plenty of built-in storage. The horse barn has four stalls with runs, and a 5th stall on the northeast side of the barn, additional storage in the barn for hay, and a finished tack room. The horse enthusiast will enjoy the 130’ X 260’ arena that is ready for roping and riding. The pasture is crossed fenced into 3 pastures for convenient grazing. Quiet country living, excellent access off of a paved State Highway, and it’s location in the Southeast Schools attendance area are all offered with the Clark Horse Property.
$1,495,000  •  640 acres
This 640± acre parcel, located approximately 12 miles southeast of Gillette, Wyoming, features natural grass-covered rolling hills. The grass consists of sweet clover, western wheat, needle-and-grass, and blackroot grasses. The property is fenced with three and four-strands of barbed wire on wood and steel posts and is crossed-fenced into two pastures. The Indian Hills Ranch is owner-rated for 30 pairs year-round. The water features seasonal live water, two reservoirs, two streams and a year-round pipeline with four tanks. The pipeline well is located off the property. There is electricity on the east side of the property. The ranch is easily accessed year-round from Fairview Road onto a private drive and close to the I-90 corridor and WY Hwy 59.
Clark & Associates Land Brokers
Clark & Associates Land Brokers
Cory Clark
Cory Clark
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Lusk, WY 82225

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