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. 
$3,900,000  •  2,149 acres
The N. Sterling Reservoir Ranch is a 2,149± deeded acre parcel approximately 18 miles north of Sterling, Colorado with waterfront on the reservoir. The topography of the ranch consists of flat pastures, shorelines with HUGE cottonwoods and boulder-covered hillsides with a variety of vegetation. There are also many shelter belts lined with cedars and plum trees. All of this provides ample protection for wildlife. Several species frequent the property including mule deer, white-tailed deer, antelope, jack rabbits, dove, wild turkeys, coyotes and of course ducks and geese. The property boundaries extend into the lake to make waterfowl hunting available as water levels fluctuate. The lake also has walleye, bass, catfish and other species of fish. With private access to the lake, the recreational opportunities are endless. This property offers several building sites and is located only 25 minutes from Sterling and about 2-1/4 hours from Denver. There is a 30’x50’ metal building with electricity and septic. There is also a historic ranch house located on the property.
$1,600,000  •  9.52 acres
Oasis Boarding Facility is a mid-size boarding facility on 9.52± deeded acres in Northern Colorado near the foothills of Fort Collins. The boarding facility has every convenience covered with an 80 horse capacity and includes several stall options to include indoor stalls with dirt floor, concrete walkway, stalls with outdoor runs, and paddocks of every size with automatic waterers. The facility offers a heated indoor multi-use arena (180’x60’) featuring recycled tire footing for dust control, spacious lighted outdoor arena for a variety of disciplines, round pen to assist with training needs, boarders lounge for socializing and trailer parking. The main barn also features a central fly/mosquito system for pest control during the warm months to aid in fly control as well as keeping the equine partners more comfortable. Other improvements include three well maintained mobile home residences that offer convenient employee housing. There is also access to the Poudre River Trail System that offers many miles of trails for horseback riding. It’s all here nestled in a beautiful community of Fort Collins with spectacular mountain views.
$939,900  •  38 acres
Coal Creek Canyon is a 38± deeded acre parcel located approximately 20 miles west of Boulder, Colorado with amazing views of the Rocky Mountains. The topography of the property consists of gently sloping terrain lined with aspen, oak and large pine trees that provide ample protection for wildlife. Several species of wildlife frequent the property including moose, elk, mule deer, wild turkeys, bear and fox. This property offers several building sites and is located only 30 minutes from Boulder and less than an hour from Denver. No utilities are present on the property.
$129,000  •  160 acres
The Alamosa 160 is a 160± deeded acre ranch approximately nine miles east of Alamosa, Colorado with amazing views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The topography of the ranch is flat and consists of grass-covered plateaus mixed with sagebrush. Several species of wildlife frequent the property including elk, mule deer, coyotes and antelope. This property also qualifies to apply for Landowner Preference Point hunting tags. This property offers several building sites and is located only 10 minutes from Alamosa and around 2-1/2 hours from Colorado Springs. There are no utilities on the property.
$7,750,000  •  10,202.7 acres
Located approximately 10 miles northwest of Lakeside, Nebraska, the Arapaho Ranch consists of 10,202.70± contiguous acres of sandhills grassland: 8,925± deeded acres and 1,278± State of Nebraska lease acres. The deeded acres include 1,500± acres of sub-irrigated hay meadows. Historically, the current owners run approximately 500 to 550 cow/calf pairs year-round in addition to 100 yearlings for six months. Improvements of the Arapaho Ranch include two houses; one being a 2,610 sq. ft., five bedroom, three bath home with basement and attached garage. There is also a 30’ X 100’ calving barn, and steel corrals. The ranch features 156± acre Snow Lake along with windmills, solar wells, submergible wells, and dams that provide ample water for livestock and wildlife.
$500,000  •  174.5 acres
Located approximately 1.8 miles southwest of Torrington, Wyoming city limits with 6/10 of a mile of US Highway 85 frontage through the heart of the farm, this 174.5± deeded acre property consists of 110± acres of irrigated farm land with the remaining 64.5± being dry land pasture ground. The irrigated acres are irrigated with water provided from Goshen Irrigation District that is pumped from a concrete ditch to gated pipe. The current hay stand is approximately seven years old.
$62,000  •  35 acres
The River Ridge Ranch is a 35± deeded acre parcel approximately eight miles southwest of Walsenburg, Colorado with amazing views of the Spanish Peaks and Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The topography of the ranch consists of grass-covered plateaus and draws lined with cedars, oak, juniper and pinon pine trees that provide ample protection for livestock and wildlife. Several species of wildlife frequent the property including bighorn sheep, elk, mule deer, wild turkeys, and antelope. This property offers several building sites and is located only 15 minutes from Walsenburg and less than three hours from Denver. The roads are maintained and power is available on the property.
$2,500,000  •  757 acres
The Borgialli Ranch consists of 757± total contiguous acres that are divided by US Highway 16. There are 175± flood-irrigated acres: 135 are deeded acres and 40 acres are on the State lease ground. Live water from approximately one mile of Clear Creek winds through the ranch. Moderate improvements on the ranch are a 1,776 sq. ft., ranch-style, three bedroom, one bath home; multiple outbuildings including shops, barn and sheds along with a set of working corrals.
$450,000  •  42.99 acres
Just minutes west of downtown Casper lies this turn-key 42.99± deeded acre country property with a home, barn, and irrigation. The home is a 2,108 sq. ft. ranch-style home built in 1978 that sits on a crawlspace foundation and is in good condition. Modern renovations and landscaping have been completed in the last two years. Features in this home include three bedrooms, two bathrooms, laminate wood floors, forced-air heat, two living spaces, a large fireplace, large kitchen with granite countertops, Pella windows, French doors leading to a beautiful outdoor patio, and oversized two-car garage with a bonus room. A 1,728 sq. ft. barn was built in 2017 and has electricity, water, and two paddocks. Additionally, the property boasts a new chicken coop. There are 13 acres of Casper-Alcova Irrigation District water rights for irrigation and historically, the owner has harvested one cutting of hay with the remaining regrowth used for winter grazing. The property is fenced on all sides, is on city water, and has a quarter mile gravel driveway to Zero Road, which is a paved road.
$1,200,000  •  800 acres
The RimRock Ranch is located approximately 10 miles northwest of Crawford, Nebraska and consists of 800± deeded acres of rolling grassland pastures rising to a 500 foot ridgeline adjacent to the historic Fort Robinson State Park. There is a cool clear freshwater pond fed by numerous springs on the two adjoining streams in the center of the ranch providing ample good water for livestock and wildlife. The pond is well stocked with bass and pan fish. Water tanks are located in pastures that do not have natural water. There is a heavy-duty wooden corral system for working bison and other livestock. Historically, the current owners have run 35 to 40 cow/calf bison pairs with an additional 12 to 20 mixed age livestock. This past year, the ranch was leased to a neighbor to graze cattle during the summer. Located on the ranch is a newly remodeled 2,200 sq. ft. home. The main living area of the three bedroom, 1-¾ bath home was built with logs harvested off the property and the great room features a floor-to-ceiling fireplace built of petrified wood gathered from around the area. Other improvements on the RimRock Ranch include a 35’ X 45’ two car garage with a concrete floor and a 75’ X 18’ horse barn with stalls and an enclosed tack room with concrete floor. The RimRock Ranch provides a multitude of outdoor activities including, fishing, hunting, hiking, and horseback riding.
$695,000  •  58.04 acres
Located in arguably the prettiest part of the Black Hills just 10 miles north of Hulett, Wyoming off Wyoming Highway 112, this 58.04± deeded acre property boasts the open views and vistas one would expect to find in the Wyoming Black Hills. The hidden draws and ancient apple tree orchard that makes one feel they are miles from anywhere. There are 35± acres of productive hay ground that provides both grazing and winter feed for the horses and wildlife that call the property home. The old apple orchard's spring display of blossoms and summer's bounty of apples is a reminder of the hardy souls that settled the rugged country so many years ago. The orchard seems to be a fitting compliment to the one story, 1,680 sq. ft. ranch-style, manufactured three bedroom, two bath home on the property as well as the modern 93’ X 224’ indoor arena, outdoor arena, stalls and Freestyle Horse Exerciser that make this a uniquely rare paradise for horse owners. Included in the indoor arena is a 169 sq. ft. heated tack room with a continuous water flow system along with a return alley that runs the entire length of the arena. Steel pipe fencing for the corrals, outdoor arena and stall barn runs assure the owner that maintenance will be a minimum and safety of the horses and cattle is assured. The high walls of the 30’ X 50’ stall/hay barn allow for the storage and easy access of several ton of hay and protection for the five horse runs with automatic electric waterers. The seller has spent a lifetime in the horse business and designed the improvements to be efficient and built to last for many years. Placement of the buildings and arenas use the natural protection of the trees and topography for maximum protection from the weather.
$500,000  •  200 acres
Situated at the base of the Luther foothills and Beartooth Front, atop several drastic open valleys, the sweeping views of the Beartooth Mountains dominate the horizon of this 200± deeded acre property. Located 13 miles west of world-famous, all-seasons resort area of Red Lodge Montana and minutes from the East Rosebud Canyon, Stillwater River, and beautiful towns of Roscoe, Absarokee and Luther, the property is the ideal site for an equestrian ranchette, a vacation home, or even hunting camp as elk are resident and common to this pasture. The present grazing income is $5,000/year with a carrying capacity of approximately 12 acres/AUM as the pasture is located in an area dominated by strong native grasses that are sod-bound with no sagebrush.
$1,950,000  •  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.
$290,000  •  40 acres
The Hawk Springs Acreage is a well-maintained 40± acre property located approximately 30 minutes southeast of Torrington, Wyoming off of Road 49N. Improvements include a 1,712 sq. ft., one-story ranch-style home built in 1974 with walkout basement, four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and detached 2-car garage. This updated home has a remodeled kitchen with beautiful cabinetry and new appliances, a living area with efficient windows, laundry/mud room, and much more. Mature trees and large wood deck complete the private country setting. Fenced grazing pastures for turnout allow for ample space for horses, cattle, etc. Other improvements include a modest 848 sq. ft. detached garage. This property offers opportunity with beautiful views and is located off a well-maintained county road with year-round access.
$500,000  •  271.42 acres
Consisting of 271.42± deeded acres, the Big Belt Elk Camp is located nine miles south of Cascade, Montana at the edge of the Missouri River Canyon and Gates of the Mountains, on the north end of the Big Belt Mountains. This area is world-renowned for all-season fly fishing along with floating the mighty Missouri as it leaves Holter and Hauser Reservoirs. Unique to this property is a terrain that is more common on Forest Service public lands: extremely unique rocky outcroppings, steep drainages, springs, live seasonal water, and an abundance of wildlife such as trophy elk and mule deer, big horn sheep, black bear, cougar, and upland game birds. This one-of-a-kind private holding is ideally setup for a hunting camp and has the impressive size for an equestrian property. Development potential for improvements are possible by a filed and recorded easement from Novak Creek Lane.
$799,000  •  405.29 acres
This tract of land is located near Sturgis, South Dakota on the edge of the Black Hills. The property offers great views of Bear Butte and the Black Hills with easy access from Sturgis which is about four miles north of Sturgis on Avalanche Road, a well-maintained county gravel road. The property has been used for a cattle operation and has a well with pipelines and tanks to four pastures. Numerous building sites are available and there is electricity on the property. There is a water tap with Bear Butte Valley Water, a rural water system, at a location at the east boundary of the property. This tap can be extended onto the property. The zoning on the Lawrence County land is Park Forest, which allows for eight building sites per 40 acres. This is a great spot to build your country home. Bring your horses and cattle and enjoy country living. Price: $799,000 or $1,971/acre
$1,200,000  •  240 acres
This contiguous 240± acre hunting property is located approximately one mile north of Fort Morgan, Colorado. The topography of the property features heavily-sodded grass pasture with saplings and large Cottonwood lines tree rows. The terrain offers rolling hills with several springs, waterways and a pond nestled amongst the trees to provide ample protection for livestock and wildlife. The property offers excellent habitat for several species of wildlife including deer, waterfowl, pheasant, quail and turkey. The properties entire eastern border is adjacent to a 249 acre Preserve. Morgan County is currently tied for second place for the most non-typical mule deer since year 2011 for Colorado in the Boone and Crockett Club. This property also qualifies for the Colorado Land Owner’s Preference Program (LLP). Along with the abundance of wildlife, this property has grazing opportunity and is owner-rated at 90 cow/calf pairs during the growing season. There is a domestic well that provides water to the property along with a metal shop built in 1981 with a concrete floor. Several amenities for the outdoor enthusiast can be found on this property. There is abundant wildlife for hunting with year-round access and only 85 miles from Denver.
$5,100,000  •  9,246 acres
The Greer Ranch is located approximately 40 miles northwest of Lusk, Wyoming in Niobrara County and consists of 8,566± deeded acres, 640± State of Wyoming lease acres and 40± BLM leased acres for a total of 9,246± contiguous acres. The ranch is easily accessible off paved highways to county roads. The topography varies from rolling hills to miles of creek bottoms. The varied terrain provides a range of vegetation as well as natural draws and ravines that offer protection for livestock and wildlife. The ranch is very well watered with over five miles of live water from Lance Creek along with 15 submersible, solar and windmill wells. Interior fences have allowed the owners incorporate grazing plans to improve and enhance grass growth as well as improve weight gains on cattle. The grass is high quality with a variety of hard grass species, rich in protein content. The Greer Ranch has historically grazed 650± head of yearling cattle throughout the summer grazing season, or to run 250 cow/calf pairs year-round. Improvements include two modest homes, two sets of working corrals and numerous outbuildings. The Greer Ranch is a very good, hard grass ranch located in an area known for good gains and low overhead operation.
$8,250,000  •  49,808 acres
The Nichols Ranch consists of 3,610± deeded acres, 240± State of Wyoming and 45,958± BLM lease acres for a total of 49,808± contiguous acres. The owners have historically run 200 cow/calf pairs, 50 yearlings, and 45 head of horses year-round and 500 pairs for five months. Cattle handling and gathering are very convenient on this scenic western ranch. Two Zimmatic pivots irrigate 136± acres of alfalfa and there is 525± acres of flood-irrigated native grass. The ranch produces adequate, high-quality hay to winter 300 cow/calf pairs. Ample water is provided from irrigation ditches via Muddy Creek, four domestic wells along with a solar livestock well located on the BLM lease ground. The improvements at the headquarters include a beautiful 3,911 sq. ft. home with four bedrooms and 3½ bathrooms, an detached, oversized garage/shop, a 2,600 sq. ft. horse barn with stalls and runs, and a one bedroom, one-bathroom apartment, a lean-to with numerous runs and an all steel arena with “Chute Help and Auto Chute”. The cattle working facilities are located one-half mile west of the headquarters and are easily accessible for gathering, shipping and turn-out. These facilities include a covered alley and hydraulic squeeze chute with a functional set of pipe pens, outbuildings and livestock scale. This scenic ranch is located at the foot of the Wind River mountains with views to the west of the Wyoming Range. The Nichols Ranch offers exceptional antelope hunting and trout fishing along with other hunting opportunities for elk and deer. Located 19 miles south of Boulder and 31 miles south of Pinedale.
$910,000  •  40 acres
The 24 Burns Ranchette is located approximately 4.5 miles east of Douglas, Wyoming. This property includes a home built in 1995 with many modern updates. The 2-story three bedroom, four bathroom home has 5,369 total square feet of living space that includes 2,204 sq. ft. basement. Improvements on the property also include a equipment/storage building and small 288 sq. ft. storage shed. The 2,240 sq. ft. equipment/storage building has a 1,280 sq. ft. area that is heated and insulated with a concrete floor with the remaining 960 sq. ft. opening onto the pasture. The property includes a synthetic three rail fence with electrical decorative lighting along the entry and surrounding the improvements. The entire property is otherwise fenced in with steel posts and wire. There are two wells, septic, and some young tress with natural landscaping on the property.
$2,450,000  •  380 acres
The Beartooth Front Ranch consists of 380± deeded acres located 13 miles west of world-famous Red Lodge, Montana with three all-season, live-water creeks along with a stocked fishing and floating pond. Located at the base of the Luther foothills, in a drastic open valley, the sweeping views of the Beartooth Mountains dominate the horizon. The cottonwood and aspen tree-lined Red Lodge Creek bottom meandering through the property provides the background of the 4,431 sq. ft. custom home that was renovated in 2015. There are also equipment sheds, numerous outbuildings, working facilities, pens, and a summer-play pond where weddings have been celebrated. With senior homesteader rights, 120± irrigated, grass hay ground acres with averages of 2.5 ton per acre without fertilizer, the Beartooth Front Ranch provides the opportunity to run approximately 55 cow/calf pairs and four horses year-round. A variety of wildlife is abundant on the ranch and includes moose, black bear, pheasant, deer, upland & migratory birds.
$395,000  •  80 acres
Located just minutes from Lake Minatare, and only eight miles from Scottsbluff, Nebraska, the Herman Property is a well-maintained 80± acre property. The property features a 3,192 sq. ft., six bedroom, three bathroom home with 1,596 sq. ft. on the main level that has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The home also features a 1,596 sq. ft. basement with egress windows along with four bedrooms and one bathroom. The roof of the home was replaced in 2014 with 50 year Malarkey shingles. The home also features central heat and air conditioning, 50 gallon hot water heater, and water softener. Other features include an underground sprinkler system, 32’X36’ detached garage, 24’x30’ garage/shop, 18’x30’ loafing shed with corrals, and other small storage sheds. It is fenced into seven pastures with water in each pasture along with many mature trees for protection. The property also comes with 48± acres of water rights from Pathfinder Irrigation District.
$1,850,000  •  1,439 acres
The Prairie Center Ranch is a beautiful, productive 1,439± deeded acre ranch with heavily-sodded grass cover that offers an abundance of forage for grazing livestock. The ranch is located approximately 12 miles northeast of Jay Em, Wyoming and is easily accessible from US Highway 85 on well-maintained, graveled county roads. Historically, the owner has grazed 125 head cow/calf pairs during the summer from May 1st through October 1st. The ranch has approximately eight pastures which are utilized for rotational grazing of livestock. Ample water for livestock is provided by a submersible well that feeds water through underground pipelines to stock tanks strategically located through the ranch. In addition, there is an irrigation well with a 1972 priority date that produces approximately 875 GPM. This well provides water to an older Valley, 7-tower, low-pressure pivot that irrigates 120± acres of alfalfa which produces 5 to 6 ton of hay per acre per year. Improvements consist of two residences, each with their own well, along with a 5,040 sq. ft. Morton shop/equipment building. The 4,102 sq. ft. main house was built in 2002 and includes two bedrooms, four bathrooms, and an unfinished, walkout basement. The 891 sq. ft., second residence, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, is located across the county road. The topography provides excellent habitat for wildlife which includes mule deer, antelope, and upland birds.
$5,400,000  •  545 acres
The Shepard Farm & Feedlot consists of two parcels totaling 546± total acres. Three pivots, the feedlot, and improvements, located on the north parcel on Drake Road, consist of 396.47± deeded acres which the south parcel with the pivot and located on Cole Road includes 149.29± acres. There is a custom home with approximately 3,000 sq. ft., an office/older home along with numerous support buildings included with the feedlot. The feedlot is currently rated for 6,000 head and could easily be increased to a 10,000 head facility. The farm and feedlot have been designed and equipped to be operated conveniently with low cattle stress and a small cowboy crew. All well/water, EPA and DEQ permits are compliant and up-to-date. The four pivots have historically produced corn, sorghum, alfalfa and native grass. 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.
$2,000,000  •  1,120 acres
Situated 29 miles north of Hulett, Wyoming on the north edge of the Black Hills of Wyoming, this picturesque 1,120± deeded acre property consists of pine and oak tree-covered hillsides abundant with wildlife. With Wyoming State Highway 112 as its east boundary and the Little Missouri River County Road as the north boundary the property offers exceptional year-round access. With electricity and phone in both the highway and county road right-of-ways, the property offers unparalleled opportunities for a year-round residence with phenomenal recreational and hunting possibilities or a private hunting property with tremendous access.
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Cory Clark
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