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. 
$1,300,000  •  795 acres
This 795± deeded acre farm is located approximately eleven miles southwest of Gordon, Nebraska and approximately ten miles southeast of Rushville, Nebraska. The Haller Farm consists of 665± acres of rolling sandhill grass pastures and sandhill dryland farm ground along 130± pivot irrigated acres. The pivot has been recently updated with Valley drive boxes, all new wiring, and water drops with Nelson heads. Each pasture is watered with a windmill and the farmstead has three electric submersible wells. The Haller Farm is owner-rated at 50 cow/calf pairs per year with supplemental winter feeding. This property offers excellent habitat for several species of wildlife including mule deer, whitetail deer, pheasant, and grouse. The farm also features an antique farmstead and numerous outbuildings.
$780,000  •  240 acres
The Hi-Line 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 180± pivot-irrigated acres; 15± flood-irrigated acres in grass; with the balance of the property being 50± acres of native grass. Two pivots: one, a low-pressure, 7-tower Reinke pivot that receives water from an irrigation well that is adjudicated for 133± acres, and a 7-tower Valley wiper pivot that receives water from Pathfinder Irrigation, irrigate the 180± acres that is currently to planted to winter wheat and rye for cover crop. This farm features quality farm ground and is located in a very sought-after area along the Nebraska/Wyoming state line.
$4,500,000  •  3,956.8 acres
The Canyon Springs Ranch is an established cow-calf operation and hunting property comprised of 3,236± deeded acres, 640± State of Wyoming lease acres and 80± BLM lease acres for 3,956± total acres. Located 30 miles south of Torrington, Wyoming, cattle can be easily transported and marketed at Torrington Livestock. The topography of the ranch is a vast variety of rolling grass hills, canyons with live water, pine tree-covered draws and chalk butte rims which offer natural protection for both livestock and wildlife. The rugged Goshen Rim adds scenic grandeur and the Lane Canyon Springs provides year-round live water throughout the ranch. The ranch has abundant feed and water provided by two wells, one solar well, pipelines, stock tanks and a year-round spring. The property is cross-fenced into 11 pastures which allows for summer and winter rotational grazing. The Canyon Springs Ranch is owner-rated at 100 to 120 cow/calf pairs year-round with supplemental feed. The Canyon Springs Ranch abounds with elk, whitetail deer, mule deer, antelope, and upland birds. It’s located in elk hunt area 3 and deer hunt area 15. Improvements include a comfortable 1,480 sq. ft., three bedroom home that was built in 1988, a shop, pipe working corrals and other outbuildings, all of which sit below the Goshen Rim and on Boxelder Creek.
$95,000  •  37.85 acres
The Palm Acreage is a beautiful 37± deeded acre property located approximately six miles north of Henry, Nebraska with paved road access. The topography of the property features heavily-sodded grass pasture with a quarter mile of Sheep Creek running through the property. There are scattered deciduous trees with sub-irrigated grasses and hay meadow. The terrain offers gentle sloping hills with trees to provide ample protection for livestock and wildlife. Build your home and bring your livestock. No covenants.
$1,200,000  •  480 acres
This contiguous 480± deeded acre farm is located approximately eight miles northeast of Morrill, Nebraska and has county road access. The topography of the Larson 480 features level to rolling hills that are common to this part of Nebraska. The irrigated and dryland farm ground along with the home is located on the south side of the Interstate Irrigation Canal while the pasture land is north of the canal. A Reinke 7-tower pivot irrigates 154.58± acres with water from the Interstate Irrigation Canal, which also provides water to a gated irrigation system that flood-irrigates 40.31± acres. The farm is currently on a tenant lease with the farm ground, pasture and home all leased to separate entities. In addition to providing excellent farming opportunities, this property has outstanding animal habitat with whitetail deer and upland game birds frequenting the Larson 480.
$1,200,000  •  1,400 acres
Located approximately 35 miles from Casper via Wyoming Highway 220 and 487, and south of Casper Mountain, are 1,400 acres of scenic and private mountain property. Consisting of 840 deeded acres and 560 State of Wyoming lease acres, this property with its topographical diversity ranging from high ridges with aspens, pine, and cedar trees to heavily sodded prairie pastures, provides excellent habitat for wildlife which include elk, mule deer, antelope, and upland birds as well as summer grazing for livestock.
$4,695,528  •  13,475 acres
Located 15 miles west of Casper, Wyoming with year-round paved access, the Emigrant Gap Ridge Ranch consists of 9,730.07± deeded acres, 2,299.85± BLM lease acres and 1,445.08± State of Wyoming lease acres for a total of approximately 13,475± acres. Water for livestock and wildlife is provided by several reservoirs, springs and seasonal water located throughout the ranch. There are no improvements but power is available. The ranch is home to trophy mule deer, upland game birds, and a variety of other wildlife. ALL SHOWINGS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
$715,000  •  52 acres
The 52± acre Homestead Farm includes a nice, updated home with a quality domestic well in the Wind River Sands formation and 40± irrigated acres. The irrigated acres have historically produced 3.5 tons per acre of alfalfa and grass/alfalfa mix with 28± acres under a 4-tower Reinke pivot and 12± flood-irrigated acres. Fences are five-wire barbed wire and woven wire with two strands of barbed and are in good repair. Midvale irrigation taxes are $1,502 annually and Fremont County taxes are approximately $1,500. The 3,292 sq. ft. single-story home features a full finished basement with five bedrooms and 3½ baths. There is a wood stove in the family room. The home was remolded in 2016. There is a 1,692 sq. ft. covered wood deck, 720 sq. ft. unattached garage and a 1,500 sq. ft. equipment shop. The farm is frequented by wildlife that includes whitetail deer, mule deer, antelope, turkeys, upland game birds, water fowl, fowl and coyotes. A survey will need to be completed during the inspection period.
$1,890,000  •  927.43 acres
The ranch is located approximately 10 miles northeast of Aladdin, Wyoming or 15 miles west of Belle Fourche, South Dakota. The terrain of the Kunerth Ranch consists of deep pine and oak tree-lined canyons and open, well-sodded draws and vistas that remind you that you are home in the Black Hills of Wyoming. The ranch offers numerous recreational activities including hunting, trail riding, four-wheeling, or just observing wildlife in its natural habitat. With a variety of terrain that is typical for the Black Hills, this ranch provides some tremendous year-round wildlife habitat. Hunting opportunities include whitetail deer, mule deer, elk, and wild turkey. Other wildlife found on the ranch includes bobcat, coyote, birds of prey, and the occasional mountain lion. There are two wells located on the property, one with an electric pump and one is a flowing well. Take a look at this exceptional Wyoming property in a great location.
$570,000  •  720.82 acres
Located in the heart of some of southern Montana’s best hunting areas, the Buttermilk Creek Hunting Property offers a great opportunity to hunt the areas abundant large game animals. Comprised of approximately 720.82± acres of rolling hills and pine tree-covered ridges and adjacent to significant acres of public land, the property provides excellent cover for the deer and antelope that call Buttermilk 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 an electric well with pipelines and tanks allow for summer grazing of cattle as an income option. The Buttermilk Creek Hunting Property is located on the Big Powder River East Road approximately 17 miles southwest of Broadus, Montana.
$1,250,000  •  1,580 acres
Located in the heart of some of southern Montana’s best hunting areas, the Miller Creek Hunting Tract offers a great opportunity to hunt the areas abundant large game animals. Comprised of approximately 1,580± acres of rolling hills and pine 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 Tract is located just off of the Big Powder River East Road approximately 17 miles southwest of Broadus, Montana.
$975,000  •  150 acres
This 150± acre farm sits on the south edge of Eden/Farson, Wyoming. Approximately 140 acres of the farm has produced high-end alfalfa and grass mix hay for 35 plus years with two crops of alfalfa/brome grass producing much of the yield. The 2020 hay production reached 263 tons, or 4,677 small bales along with 85 tons of barley on the 110 acres that is irrigated under a Valley 8000 poly-lined, remote-controlled center pivot and 30 acres of flood-irrigated corners. The water is snowmelt held in the Eden Valley Irrigation District reservoir and distributed through the updated canals and pipelines. The farmhouse is a recently updated 3,320 sq. ft., two story, stick-frame four bedroom, three bath house. The property also has a 30’x50’ metal-framed shop with a concrete floor along with a 60’x100’ steel hay shed as well as other improvements. A cottonwood tree grove lines the west side of the home site as does the highway frontage. The elevation of the property sits at 6,614 feet above sea level with a view of the Wind River Mountain Range to the north and the Killpecker Sand Dunes to the east.
$4,975,000  •  6,864 acres
Located on the edge of the famous North Dakota Badlands in the Cedar Hills area, the Spring Creek Ranch is a solid, year-round cow/calf operation. Comprised of 6,864± total contiguous acres, this well-watered, hard grass ranch produces heavy calf weights each year. The ranch is owner-rated at 350 head year-round on a combination of 5,864± deeded, 760± State of North Dakota lease and 120± BLM lease acres. Deep, tree and brush-filled draws along with the badlands breaks provide amazing winter protection for the cattle as well as perfect habitat for the flourishing wildlife found on the ranch. Developed water wells, pipelines and reservoirs produce abundant, year-round water locations across the entire ranch. The well-maintained improvements include a beautiful three bedroom, three bath home; an older home converted into an employee/bunkhouse building; shop; cattle barns and three sets of corrals. The ranch is easily accessible year-round from well-maintained county roads and is close to larger communities that offer many retail, banking and healthcare options.
$1,100,000  •  160 acres
The Sellers Farm is 160 acre farm with 103.5± acres of pivot-irrigated ground and an additional 31.03± acres that is flood-irrigated. This farm has great access and is conveniently located two miles north of Torrington at the corner of State Highway 159 and County Road 47. This farm has dual-appropriated water with a 900GPM well along with 144 acres of ditch water that is delivered by Hill Irrigation District. Historic yields on the farm include 30 ton/acre sugar beets, 200 bushel/acre corn, 42 bushel/acre beans, and 95 bushel/acre wheat. The Sellers Farm also offers beautiful views of the valley from the three bedroom, 2.5 bath home. Also included are a modest set of corals and working facilities that could easily be made functional with some minor improvements.
$4,600,000  •  1,240 acres
Easily accessible year-round and located only eight miles from Powell, Wyoming, this highly productive 1,240± acre row-crop farm has 800± flood-irrigated acres with rich, darks soils for producing edible beans, alfalfa, sugar beets, and exceptional corn/silage. The improvements include a 2,470 sq. ft. home with three bedrooms and two baths, two additional mobile homes, a 7,770 sq. ft. shop, 2.544 sq. ft. hay shed, several farm utility buildings, and multiple grain bins. In addition, a potential exists for the transfer of 4,000± acres of Bureau of Reclamation livestock grazing lease which would complement the farm operation.
$1,600,000  •  1,143 acres
This exceptional farm is located two miles northeast of Henry, Nebraska offering year-round access from US Highway 26 and well-maintained county roads. Of the 1,143± total deeded acres, there are 186± pivot-irrigated acres; 136± flood-irrigated acres in grass; with the balance of the property being 821± acres of native grass with approximately 1½ miles of Sheep Creek winding through the property. Two pivots: one, a low-pressure, 7-tower Zimmatic pivot that receives water from an irrigation well that is rated at 900 GPM, and a 10-tower wiper pivot that receives water from Pathfinder Irrigation District via Sheep Creek, irrigate the 186± acres that are planted to corn. Improvements include two residences, 96’x48’ slant wall shop with concrete floor, 104’x40’ livestock barn, 44’x26’ loafing shed, and additional farm utility buildings. The main residence is a 1,260 sq. ft. farmhouse with three bedrooms, one bath, and a detached garage. The second residence is a 1,522 sq. ft. modular home with three bedrooms and 2½ baths. This exceptional farm features quality farm ground and is located in a very sought-after area along the Nebraska/Wyoming state line.
$995,000  •  800 acres
This contiguous 800± acre dryland farm is located approximately 2.75 miles north of Rushville, Nebraska. The Woods Country Farm is comprised of 55± acres of pasture, 10± acres building site, and the balance of 735± acres of farm ground. The farm is currently on a tenant lease with 60± acres planted in winter wheat with the remaining farm acres summer fallowed and awaiting spring planting. There are two homes on the Woods Country Farm, three shops with concrete floors, seven grain bins, a single car garage, greenhouse with office and showroom, and an open-faced equipment storage shed. There are many access points to the Woods Country Farm including a county road and section roads. The topography of the farm features level to rolling hill farm ground common to Western Nebraska, which provide excellent farming opportunities as well as outstanding animal habitat. Whitetail deer and upland game birds frequent the Woods Country Farm.
$3,900,000  •  3,915.2 acres
The RL Ranch is a contiguous 3,915.2± acre ranch consisting of 3,275.2± deeded acres along with a 640± acre State of Wyoming lease. With heavily-sodded native grass pastures along with approximately 400 acres irrigated by a pivot, side-roll sprinkler, and flood irrigation makes the RL Ranch an extremely well-balanced ranch. Water to the pastures for livestock is provided via wells, solar wells, and windmills to tanks located throughout the ranch. Improvements include two large shops, calving barn, multiple barns, several sets of corrals, and homes.
$2,550,000  •  10,537 acres
Located approximately 50 miles west of Casper, Wyoming just off US Highway 20-26, the Barlean Ranch consists of a 5,727.33± deeded acres and 4,810± BLM lease acres for an excellent contiguous grazing opportunity. This 10,537± total acre ranch has two seasonal drainages, the South Fork of the Powder River and Sand Draw, that fill reservoirs providing good livestock water. With elevations of 6,000± feet above sea level, the terrain of the ranch is made up of mostly gentle rolling hills with typical high desert grass and short sage cover. The ranch has an old set of corrals, electrical service, and several wells.
$1,400,000  •  40 acres
The West Billings Development Land is 40± acres of undeveloped ground in an excellent location near the corner of 64th Street W and King Avenue. This property is not zoned nor is it within Billings Annex. This is a unique opportunity to develop a prime location into storage units, commercial, multifamily affordable housing, or other income opportunities as the possibilities are endless. This property is located in a highly sought after area of Billings. With community vibrancy, new schools, trails, parks, and city expansion, this area is growing rapidly and developers are seeking property such as this.
$180,000  •  39.5 acres
Located on the eastern city limits of Douglas, Wyoming are five parcels offered in part or as a whole. Parcels 1, 2, and 3 are 39.5± acres each, Parcel 4 is 38.5± acres and Parcel 5 is 7.98± acres. Overlooking the Douglas High School campus and running trials, these parcels offer country living within walking distance of the amenities in town. Power is available on the property and water would be via private well. Parcels 3 and 4 have paved road access. Terrain of the property consists of hilltops and draws.
$13,025,000  •  12,356 acres
The Kaycee Land & Livestock Ranch is a grazing and hunting ranch featuring live water and native grass meadows. The property consists of 11,315± deeded acres, 921 acres BLM lease and 120 State of Wyoming lease acres for a total of 12,356± acres. The ranch is fenced into 12 pastures on three units: Middle Fork, North Fork and Tisdale Mountain units. The ranch consists of productive and native grass pastures with gramma grass, black root, and western wheat grasses. There are also 775 acres of irrigation water rights which historically have been used for hay production. There are approximately 44 reservoirs on the ranch with many of them being year-round. Live water includes Million Creek, Thomas Creek, Wall Creek along with the North Fork and Middle Fork of the Powder River. The southwestern terrain of the Kaycee Land & Livestock Ranch varies from canyon rims to deep draws with heavy timber complete with ponderosa pine and cedar. The rugged topography provides excellent habitat for resident herds of elk, mule deer and antelope. The ranch also has additional income potential with a Bentonite mine and a royalty agreement. One mile from Kaycee is a seven-lot sub-division with a gravel road leading to the lots and power in close proximately. Note: The complete ranch, North Fork, Middle Fork and Tisdale Mountain Ranches, has historically run 365 cow/calf pairs, 15 bulls and saddle horses year-round. For 2020, the complete ranch has run 165 cow/calf pairs, 12 bulls and saddle horses.
$1,250,000  •  326 acres
Overlooking our nation’s first national monument, Devil’s Tower, this one of a kind 326 acre, fully-fenced scenic property features an 864 sq. ft. log cabin with a 384 sq. ft. loft and a full unfinished basement. Built in 2001, this two bedroom, 1-1/2 bath cabin enjoys unobstructed views of not only Devil’s Tower but the Missouri Buttes as well. The property also features an oversized, detached two-car pole barn garage with a full concrete floor, a small pond, and an array of wildlife including whitetail and mule deer, turkeys and an occasional elk. With exceptional year-round county road access, a private well and electricity, this property could be used as a private retreat or a very private year-round residence.
$839,000  •  35 acres
This property with amazing views of the mountains is a 35± deeded acre parcel located approximately eight miles northwest of Castle Rock, Colorado. The topography consists of grass-covered hills sides and draws lined with oak and pine trees that provide ample protection for livestock and wildlife. Several species of wildlife frequent the property including elk, mule deer, wild turkeys, black bear and mountain lion. This property offers several building sites and is located only 10 minutes from Castle Rock and only 30 minutes from Denver. The roads are maintained and power is very close to the property.
$45,000  •  12.82 acres
Located one mile east of Kaycee, Wyoming, the Middle Fork Subdivision offers seven separate lots for country living on four acres with the larger lot having 12 acres. Power is near each of the lots and a private well and septic will need to be added. Each lot is accessed off a gravel road. From Kaycee travel south on State Hwy 1001/WY 192 E/Sussex Ln for 1.2 miles, turn right onto Sussex Road.
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