Cory Clark


CORY CLARK was raised on a 5th generation ranch in eastern Wyoming
$9,700,000  •  12,065 acres
Conveniently located in one of the best elk areas in Wyoming and only 16 miles southwest of Wheatland, the 12,065± acre Tally Ho Ranch features live water, scenic western vistas and pine covered hills. There are 5,050± deeded acres, 5,875± BLM lease acres, and 1,140± State lease acres and is owner-rated at a year-round carrying capacity of 550 cow/calf pairs with supplemental feeding is required during winter months. The focal point of this ranch is a 7,772± square foot timber frame home, built in 2015. The only thing more impressive than the interior of this home is the wildlife located outside. With ducks and geese nesting out the front door and whitetails grazing and bedding out the back, this ranch is sure to impress even the most discerning recreationalist. Hunting opportunities abound with trophy elk, whitetail deer, mule deer and antelope regularly being harvested off the ranch. The fishing along the 3+ miles of Sybille Creek is also very good. Other improvements on the ranch include a 2,768 square foot manager’s home built in 2017, a recently remodeled hunting Yurt located in the heart of the Cooney Hills, two shops, and a Powder River cattle working facility with hydraulic squeeze chute and scales. This ranch is located only two hours from the Front Range of Colorado, has easy year-round access and is located in one of the newly federally-created Opportunity Zones.
$10,950,000  •  13,146 acres
On the open market for the first time, the Biddick Ranch is located approximately 14 miles northwest of Laramie, Wyoming. This contiguous 13,146± acre legacy ranch is made up of 12,826± deeded acres and 320± State of Wyoming lease acres. With 4,060± adjudicated irrigated acres, the ranch currently puts hay up on 2,200± irrigated acres and uses the remaining 1,860 irrigated acres for grazing in conjunction with the 9,086± acres of native grass pasture. The carrying capacity is owner-rated at 650 head of cow/calf pairs year-round. The ranch is able to produce enough hay to feed its own livestock during the winter months, in addition to producing approximately 1,000 ton of hay each year to sell. The Laramie Valley Municipal Irrigation District provides 48 CFS of water that is delivered to the ranch via the Oasis Canal, an additional 10 CFS are supplied by the Little Laramie River and the Laramie River via the Biddick Canal. The cost of the Laramie Valley Municipal water assessment is approximately $11,066 per year. With approximately seven miles of the Laramie River and one mile of the Little Laramie River, the ranch offers fishing opportunities along with tremendous antelope, mule and whitetail deer habitat for the outdoor enthusiast. There are three wells located on the ranch that feed into an excellent water system providing water not only to all the corrals but to seven pastures. The combination of the ranch’s water system with several miles of live water make this an exceptionally well-watered ranch.
$3,400,000  •  3,651 acres
Located just 20 miles southwest of Casper, Wyoming, the Seven X Ranch is a well balanced cow-calf grazing operation with an irrigated feed base, year-round live water, and excellent, well-designed, improvements. Owner rated at 300 pairs year-round, this 3,651± contiguous acre ranch has 2,151± deeded acres, 780± BLM acres, and 720± State of Wyoming lease acres. Bates Creek flows through the property year-round and provides 400± acres of excellent forage and cover for livestock and a variety of wildlife. Two Zimmatic pivots irrigate 278± acres that were seeded to alfalfa in 2019, with an additional 300± acres of pasture that are flood-irrigated in the spring. Improvements include an 15,000 sq. ft. livestock barn with working facilities and heated living quarters, 500 head feedlot, a 7,000 sq. ft. shop with concrete floors and ten overhead doors, and multiple other outbuildings. The home is a beautiful 5,231 sq. ft., two-story farmhouse built in 2000 with four bedrooms and six bathrooms. In addition to Bates Creek, other water resources include two additional creeks and five wells used for both irrigation and livestock water.
$4,000,000  •  747 acres
The Buttermilk Road Farm is a 747± acre farm that is conveniently located three miles east of Lingle, Wyoming. This farm is contiguous and has excellent access with frontage to US Highway 26/85 located a quarter of a mile away and with Buttermilk Road running directly through the property. There are a total of 658± irrigated acres with 574± acres being irrigated by five pivots: four full pivots and one wiper pivot. There are abundant water sources that include four 675 to 1,450 GPM wells, an original North Platte River supply, stored water from Pathfinder Reservoir, as well as ditch water delivery from the Lingle Water Users District. The alfalfa seedings on the farm are four to five years old, and the historical hay production is 6 tons/acre with the historic corn yields of 180 to 200 bushels/acre. In addition, there is a 25 GPM domestic water well along with 3-phase power supply throughout the property that provide power to the pumps and the wells. Wyrulec is the electric provider for the farm. The only improvement on the farm is a Harvestore 20,000 bushel grain bin; however, there are multiple building-site options with natural gas supply throughout the property.
$1,100,000  •  3,794.88 acres
The 3,794.88± deeded acre Pure Rosebud County Pasture is comprised of gently rolling eastern Montana hills throughout the majority of the property with an elevation of approximately 3,000 feet. The far western quarter of the property – Section 1 and the west half of Section 7 – has more steep topography with deep ravines and elevations from 3,100’ to 3,200’ feet. Vegetation consists of typical native grasses, forbs and sagebrush, and noxious weeds are well controlled with exceptional management. The current lessee employs a rotation grazing system which is an effective way to prevent overgrazing and consistently provides fresh grass and water to livestock. Cattle are grazed year-round on the property with sheep being brought in seasonally. In addition to having approximately 12 surface water reservoirs, the pasture setting has a modest set of corrals with utilities to power various pipelines and stock tanks, including solar-power. Price: $1,100,000 Contact Colter DeVries at (406)425-1027 for more details.
$10,000,000  •  21,810 acres
This 21,810± acre ranch located in the southern Black Hills approximately 20 miles north of Chadron Nebraska and 40 miles southeast of Hot Springs, South Dakota. The Bolln Ranch lies in one contiguous block that consists of 9,348± deeded acres and 12,462± Buffalo Gap National Grassland permit acres. The ranch is cross-fenced into several pastures. Water is provided by the Fall River Water Users District that feeds into pipelines to approximately 60 tire stock tanks strategically located throughout the ranch. The ranch is owner-rated for 700 cow/calf pairs year-round. The improvements include a home, new shop with concrete floor, 50’X125’ calving barn that has a heated vet room with hot and cold water as well as a set of pipe working corrals. The Bolln Ranch offers excellent hunting opportunities for trophy mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, turkeys, sharp-tail grouse, and waterfowl along with fishing opportunities in the dams located throughout the ranch.
$125,000  •  8.6 acres
Located in the Wyoming Ranchettes subdivision northeast of Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Little Shield Road acreage is the perfect blank slate for you to build your dream home. Within minutes of downtown Cheyenne, this property offers the peace and serenity of country life with all of the conveniences of living in town. There is water and electricity to property that are currently servicing the modest improvements that are present.
$2,300,000  •  13.5 acres
Nestled among the mature pines of Casper Mountain, with an unparalleled view of the city, this beautiful, well-kept lodge is perfect for anyone looking for a luxurious mountain retreat, boutique hospitality venue, or year-round residence. The 13.5± deeded acres of the property contain the 5,434 square foot, seven bedroom, nine bathroom lodge with attached two-car garage, a large treehouse, and a 2,700 square foot steel shop. Located adjacent to the Hogadon ski resort, other amenities include an indoor hot tub, heated bathroom floors, elevator, and a large patio with bench seating and balcony overlooking Casper that is used for special events. View the brochure at our website for a thorough list of all amenities and features of this one-of-a-kind property. Property size can be increased up to 145± total acres by request.
$18,900,000  •  55,296 acres
Located just off State Hwy 116, 20 miles southwest of Upton, Wyoming, this 55,296± acre legacy ranch is owner-rated at 1,500 cows year-round. This highly diverse, very well-watered ranch is cross fenced into 29 pastures, each with at least an electric water source and many with multiple tanks and reservoirs. The terrain on the ranch ranges from native and improved grass pastures to a more mountainous terrain with high plateaus flanked by steep breaks and pine and cedar tree-covered hillsides. There are two immaculate sets of improvements that include three very well-kept homes, a 60’x300’ Morton livestock barn/roping arena, a total of four shops, a 60’140’ Morton equipment storage shed, several other outbuildings and two sets of pipe corrals, one of which is a Dr. Temple Grandin design. Aside from being a tremendous low-overhead grass ranch, this ranch boasts some of the best trophy elk and deer hunting in the region.
$1,404,000  •  1,560 acres
Located in the heart of some of southern Montana’s best hunting areas, the Miller Creek Hunting Property offers a great opportunity to hunt the areas that are abundant large game animals. Comprised of approximately 1,560± acres of rolling hills and pine tree-covered ridges and adjacent to several hundred acres of public land, the property provides excellent cover for the deer and antelope that call Miller Creek home. Traveling elk herds in the area often use the dense tree cover and feed of the property. Good border and internal fences as well as a spring and solar well allow for summer grazing of cattle as an income option. The Miller Creek Hunting Property is located just off of the Big Powder River East Road approximately 17 miles southwest of Broadus, Montana. Price: $1,404,000 Contact Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961 or Ron Ensz at (605) 210-0337 for more details.
$400,000  •  116.93 acres
This 116.93-acre parcel of land sits off a private gravel drive near Lingle, Wyoming. The property is home to a 2005 Champion Modular Home with 1,798 sq. ft. of total living space on the main level and an additional 1,798 sq. ft. of unfinished basement. The main floor has an open floor plan with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, a nice-sized living room, kitchen with golden oak cabinets, GE Profile and Whirlpool stainless steel appliances, and a large island. There is a breakfast nook with office area, and large pantry, a formal dining area, and a laundry room complete with washer, dryer and storage closet. The master bedroom and bath include a walk-in closet, a garden Jacuzzi tub with a separate shower and double vanity. There are two additional bedrooms and a full guest bath. Included are a Miller central heat and air conditioning unit and a Rheem Performance hot water heater. The basement has an egress window and plumbing for an additional bathroom with the rest remaining unfinished. An attached two-car garage with insulated automatic garage doors and one walk-through door finishes the home. A new roof with 50-year warranty on the shingles, rain gutters, and Smart Board Siding adorn the exterior. A lean-to with three stalls and a tack room sit on this spacious acreage. All portable panels are included. The propane tank is leased and TDS is used for garbage pickup. Wyrulec provides electricity to the property. The property contains two private wells and septic system.
$640,000  •  3.89 acres
This 3.89± deeded acre property is nestled just outside of Torrington, Wyoming right off the US HWY 85/26 corridor. A beautiful, custom-built pipe entryway takes you to the improvements that include a stunning 60’X160’ shop that sits on 3.89± acres. In addition to 7,200 sq. ft. of shop space, there are approximately 2,000 sq. ft. of living space that offers three bedrooms and two baths with high-end finish work and upgrades throughout. The double-walled insulated heated shop offers a full concrete floor; five automatic overhead doors: four doors that measure 10’X14’ with the large door measuring 14’X14’; three walk-through doors; and a built-in 20-ton crane. This well-maintained property is minutes from town off a paved road with year-round access.
$225,000  •  40 acres
This 40± deeded acre farm is nestled just outside of Torrington, Wyoming right off the US HWY 85/26 corridor. Irrigated farm offers a 3-tower, low-pressure T&L pivot that was installed in 2016 and irrigates 36± deeded acres with dual-appropriated water rights from an irrigation well and Hill Irrigation District. The pivot ground is seeded to alfalfa and produces approximately 6 ton/acre during the growing season. This well-maintained farm is minutes from town off a paved road with year-round access
$780,000  •  205.7 acres
This productive farm offers 205.7± deeded acres with an older farmhouse with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Additional improvements include a log-style studio apartment built in 2005 as well as several farm utility buildings. Smith Farm offers 148± acres irrigated under two low-pressure Zimmatic pivots with water from an 800 GPM irrigation well. The farm also has Pathfinder Irrigation water rights. The south pivot is a 6-tower full circle pivot that was seeded to grass in 2017 and is currently used for grazing. The north pivot is a 5-tower wiper pivot that was seeded to alfalfa in the spring of 2018. Price $780,000 Contact Logan Schliinz at (307)575-5236 for more details.
$5,125,000  •  10,548 acres
The Wolf Springs Ranch is located approximately 70 miles northwest of Miles City, Montana in Garfield County and consists of 9,128± deeded acres, 780± BLM lease and 640± State of Montana lease acres for a total of 10,548± contiguous acres. The ranch is very well watered with several reservoirs, springs, electric wells and pipelines allowing cattle to always be in easy reach of reliable water. Several interior fences have allowed owners to incorporate grazing plans to improve and enhance grass growth as well as weight gains on cattle. Improvements include two modest homes, bunkhouse, barn/shop, and a very good set of corrals. Topography varies from rolling hills to sod-covered flattop buttes for great weather protection. The ranch is easily accessible off of paved highway and county roads. The Wolf Springs Ranch is a very good, hard grass cattle ranch located in an area known for good gains and low overhead operations. Price: $5,125,000 Contact Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961 for more details.
$224,000  •  160 acres
This 160± acres of cropland is located in northwest Perkins County. Access is by established section line trails. The land is one mile south of a county-maintained gravel road. The NE1/4 of Section 5, in Township 21 North, Range 10 East, is basically one large field. The property has all Class II loamy soils. This quarter, 160 acres, is priced at $1,400/acre or $224,000. If you are looking to expand your operation or looking for a land investment, this property may be what you are looking for. Take a look at the photos and aerial photo and give me a call to discuss. Price: $224,000 Contact Ron Ensz at (605) 210-0337 for more details.
$4,280,000  •  821 acres
Here is your opportunity to have an excellent majority interest in two irrigation systems with an estimated capacity of 721± acre-feet of irrigation. 564± acres pasture & perennial hay, 100± acres dry cropland, and 157± acres flood-irrigated grass, for a total of 821± acres. Estimated capacity of 120 cows and 100 sheep. Structures include: Five bedroom, three bath master log home professionally designed and decorated. Three bedroom, three bath luxury guest home with professionally designed and managed landscaping. Two bedroom, two bath foreman home with 2-car garage/shed. Three bedroom, two bath cowboy house and horse pasture. Rustic meditation cabin overlooking Rock Creek Valley. Five car detached heated garage. Children’s arcade and entertainment suite with bath. 6,720 sq. ft. barn in “Wedding” condition, and three storage sheds. Qualifications for landowner’s preference trophy Montana elk tag.
$6,280,000  •  1,461 acres
If you want to be a water king, here is your opportunity to have an excellent majority interest in two irrigation systems with an estimated capacity of 1,834 acre-feet of irrigation. 571± acres pasture & perennial hay, 185± acres dry cropland, 157± acres flood irrigated grass, and 548± acres under pivot in alfalfa and rotational crop, for a total of 1,461± acres. Estimated capacity of 450 cows and 400 sheep. Along with being a water king, you will have one of the most immaculate homes in all of Carbon County as well as a diversified livestock operation housed completely onsite with the potential to be one of the biggest livestock operations in the county. Structures include: Five bedroom, three bath master log home professionally designed and decorated. Three bedroom, three bath luxury guest home with professionally designed and managed landscaping. Two bedroom, two bath foreman home with 2-car garage/shed. Three bedroom, two bath cowboy house and horse pasture. Rustic meditation cabin overlooking Rock Creek Valley. Five car detached heated garage. Children’s arcade and entertainment suite with bath. 6,720 sq. ft. barn in “Wedding” condition, and three storage sheds. Qualifications for landowner’s preference trophy Montana elk tag. Four center-pivots.
$1,295,000  •  160 acres
Located just a few miles northwest of Casper, Wyoming, this turn-key 160± acre farm boasts a beautiful set of improvements and 120± irrigated acres. The 1,891 sq. ft., four bedroom, two bathroom home is in excellent condition with modern finishes throughout, in-floor heat, pellet stove, and an attached two-car oversized garage. This property provides tremendous amenities for family life with beautiful landscaping, full covered porch, outdoor hot tub, fire pit, and large sandbox/children’s play center. The lighted outdoor pipe roping arena measures 145’ x 240’ and includes a return alley. A 6-tower, 2018 Zimmatic low-pressure pivot irrigates 80± acres and 40± acres are flood irrigated with Alcova Irrigation District allotting 128 acre feet of water rights to the farm. Domestic and livestock water is provided by both a private well and a 33-Mile Water District tap. There are three lean-to sheds, four corrals along with six RV hookups. Wildlife on the property includes antelope, mule deer, coyotes, and upland birds. Price: $1,295,000 Contact Travis Gitthens at 307-315-1274 or Scott Leach at 307-331-9095 for more details.
$675,000  •  54.24 acres
311 Spring Canyon Road is a 54.24 acre property 18 miles west of Douglas, Wyoming. Improvements on the property include a 1,518 sq. ft., two-bedroom, two-bathroom home on a full basement with a two-car detached garage, and a heated and insulated garden shed. There is also an insulated 30’ x 45’ Morton shop that has a concrete floor along with a heating and cooling system which makes this building ideal for an excellent workspace or storage area. The large 81’ x 180’ Lester pole barn has historically been used as a riding arena as well as for tractor and hay storage. With nine horse stalls, a tack room, feed room and frost-free hydrants, this building also provides tremendous utility no matter what your operational needs may be. There are 27 acres of grass/alfalfa mix which are flood-irrigated by water provided by the La Prele Irrigation District. A half-acre, spring-fed pond lies in the center of the property and provides livestock water as well as wildlife habitat. The property is fenced with four strands of barbed on wire and steel posts and the fences are in good condition. Wildlife that frequents the property includes mule deer, whitetail deer, waterfowl, antelope, and elk. Price: $675,000 Contact Scott Leach at 307-331-9095 or Travis Gitthens at 307-315-1274 for more details.
$1,875,200  •  564 acres
Located approximately five miles northwest of the west side of Casper, Wyoming, the McCormack Farm consists of 564± deeded acres. There are 440.63± acres under five Zimmatic low-pressure pivots and 106.85± flood-irrigated acres, all of which are planted to alfalfa. The irrigation water is provided by the Alcova Water District. The remaining 16.52 acres are dry land ground. In addition to water and power on the property, there is a 1,457 sq. ft. farm utility building on the farm. The farm is easily accessible year-round as a well-maintained county road travels along the south side of the property. Price: $1,875,200 Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 for more details.
$2,880,000  •  396 acres
The 396± deeded acre Wishing Well Ranch is located 25 minutes north of world-famous Red Lodge, Montana. The ranch’s terrain is comprised of gentle rolling hills, the deeply hidden and private Stanley Creek Valley, and productive irrigated flats with sweeping views of the Beartooth Mountains and Rock Creek Valley. The cottonwood tree-lined Stanley Creek bottom meanders through the property providing the forefront to the discerning Wishing Well Ranch headquarters with its 3,917 sq. ft. log home that was built in 1981 with master craftsmanship and attention to every detail. The five bedroom, four bath home has been continually remodeled and improved by an interior designer from Los Angeles. Much like the nearby Tippet Rise Art Center, this elegant ranch home has commissioned art throughout and energy that is found in nearly every corner along with a superior combination of luxury and function, all with room for family, entertaining, and business. Other features throughout the home are the large gourmet kitchen has custom, rustic cabinets with a copper farm sink; custom-built rustic chandelier; Charles Ringer kinetic art features; flagstone patio and much more. The lawn and grounds surrounding the house have been designed by professional landscape architects. The ranch headquarters also include a 6,720 sq. ft. barn in immaculate condition to hold events such as weddings, receptions, reunions, etc. There is a detached 5-car garage along with a three bedroom, three bath guest house. The ranch is used for family retreats and has a luxury gym, office along with a children’s arcade room, all with baths and separate from the main living quarters for privacy. There are also equipment sheds, numerous outbuildings, a pond for summer enjoyment, gas fire pit as well as a meditation cabin that overlooks the superb vista surrounding the ranch. With some of the oldest water rights on the creek, the Wishing Well Ranch is a great hobby opportunity to run approximately 60 cows, 40 sheep, and three horses year-round. A variety of wildlife is abundant on the ranch and includes elk, moose, black bear, pheasant, deer, upland and migratory birds. Price: $2,880,000 Contact Colter DeVries at (406)425-1027 for more details.
$6,040,000  •  7,317 acres
The Ridge View Ranch is located approximately 65 miles northeast of Newell, South Dakota, 35 miles southwest of Bison, South Dakota or 55 miles northwest of Faith, SD, in southern Perkins County. The ranch is easily accessed year-round off of Highway 212, by all season gravel roads and maintained by Perkins County. The topography of the 7,317± deeded acre ranch is a combination of gently rolling to rolling native pasture, numerous wooded draws and drainages and approximately 500 acres of hay ground. There are two building sites with livestock barns, corrals and pens at each site. Livestock water is provided by wells with over 12 miles of pipelines and tanks. There are also numerous dams scattered across the ranch. Ridge View Ranch’s carrying capacity is owner-rated at 350 cow/calf pairs and historically, the owners calve cows in the spring as well as in the fall to spread out the labor demands as well as to take advantage of fluctuating cattle markets. If you need a ranch for wintering cows or possibly a ranch for a bred-heifer operation, the water development and the overall natural protection would make these options a possibility. Price: $6,040,000 Contact Ron Ensz at (605)210-0337 or Denver Gilbert (406) 697-3961for more details.
$735,000  •  294 acres
15 miles southwest of Laramie, Wyoming lies the 294± deeded acre Laramie Irrigated Pasture. Heavily sodded with tall native grasses, this pasture is flood-irrigated out of the Fischer Ditch. Currently, the west half of the property is being grazed by 35 head of cattle, with the east half in grass hay production- the quality of which is some of the best in the area. The regrowth on the east half will allow for 25 head of horses to be grazed during the winter. A year-round pond on the east edge of the property provides both valuable stock water and sub-irrigation. In addition to the pond, beautiful views of Sheep and Jelm mountains to the west make this a tremendous home site with acreage for those looking for country living with close proximity to town. The property is cross-fenced in three pastures and the fences are in good to brand new condition. Wildlife on the property includes antelope, varied upland birds, and some migratory waterfowl. Price: $735,000 Contact Travis Gitthens at 307-315-1274 or Scott Leach at 307-331-9095 for more details.
$2,450,000  •  65,099 acres
This offering is a rare opportunity to acquire a 200 head year-round cattle operation on 65,099± total acres with an irrigated feed base along with a 950 head feedlot in the Ten Sleep area of Wyoming. The Bonanza Ranch consists of 279± deeded acres, 3,440± BLM lease acres, 380± State lease acres, and the transfer of 200 AUM grazing allotments on 61,000± acres of “in-common” BLM, State, Forest Service, and South Paint Rock Grazing Association leased acres. A 7-tower, 2016 Zimmatic pivot irrigates 70± acres with territorial water rights from Paint Rock Creek and an additional 96± acres are irrigated with gated pipe. The 950 head feedlot is in good condition with pipe construction and heated water tanks. The scale house has been recently renovated into one bedroom, one bath living quarters that is utilized during calving season. The terrain of the ranch stretches from the creek bottom meadows of Paint Rock Creek to the high summer grazing of the Big Horn National Forest. The majority of the ranch is contiguous for ease of rotational grazing. Recreational splendor abounds from trout fishing in Paint Rock Creek to elk hunting in the high mountain terrain, and one land owner elk tag is included with the Bonanza Ranch. Price: $2,450,000 Contact Travis Gitthens at 307-315-1274 or Scott Leach at 307-331-9095 for more details.
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Cory Clark
PO Box 47
Lusk, WY 82225

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