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. 
$935,000  •  39 acres
The T & W Horse Acreage consists of a beautiful home, a large shop with built-in apartment, a loafing shed built off of the shop, an arena, horse barns with enclosed tack room as well as acres for your horses to roam. The home is 2,344 sq. ft. with an attached two-car finished garage. There are concrete patios on front side and the rear side of the home which also has new Pella windows and doors with a fresh Malarkey Shingles. The shop is 40 ft. by 90 ft. with 18 ft. sidewalls and two 16 ft. doors, concrete floor with a drain system and fully insulated with 7/16” OSB on the walls. Included in the shop is a 1,000 sq. ft. apartment with a fully functional kitchen, dining area, storage area, living area and bedroom. Also attached to the shop is a 32 ft. by 90 ft. loafing barn. There are numerous other outbuildings with enclosed areas, corrals with water tanks, and the arena lies off the corrals. The pasture area is sub-irrigated and fenced with five strands of barb wire and continuous panels.
$9,700,000  •  36,001 acres
The Historic Kite Ranch, located in southeastern Wyoming, consists of 8,561 deeded acres, 3,738 State of Wyoming and 23,702 BLM and private lease acres for a total of 36,001 acres. The ranch is located 65 miles north of Laramie and 55 miles west of Wheatland, Wyoming. The Kite Ranch is an exceptional summer yearling grazing ranch located on the Laramie Plains. It borders Wheatland Reservoir #2 and surrounds Wheatland Reservoir #3 with over five miles of the Laramie River that meanders from the south to the north through the property with excellent opportunities for trophy trout and walleye fishing. Wheatland Irrigation District owns, stores and uses the water for irrigating lands east of the ranch. There is an 1882 territorial water right from the Laramie River for 705 flood-irrigated acres of native hay meadows. This is the 12th right on the river and is superior to the Wheatland Irrigation District’s rights. The ranch is watered via the Laramie River and seven miles of shoreline on Wheatland Reservoir #3. There are seven solar wells with tire tanks, other ponds and an underground pipeline from the corrals to the horse pasture. The terrain of the ranch is high mountain plains and consists of high protein, short grass that produces 2-2.5 lbs. of gain per day on yearling cattle. The ranch is conservatively owner-rated for 2,000 yearlings for 4-5 months. With the use of the lands owned by others, but fenced into the ranch, and with the productive grasses created by the receding water levels on the two reservoirs in some years, carrying capacity could be up to 3,000 yearlings. The cattle-handling facilities are in good working condition and can handle large numbers of cattle. The facilities include pipe and steel corrals, sorting alleys, scale, covered processing area with a hydraulic squeeze chute and steel wind breaks. The Kite Ranch house was built in 1901 and features 14 rooms with two stories. The stone house is a landmark of Wyoming ranching history and shows the foresight of pioneers that settled these productive grazing lands. The Kite Ranch offers waterfowl, antelope, mule deer hunting along with trout and walleye fishing.
$760,000  •  239 acres
The Lazy R4 Irrigated Farm consists of 239± contiguous acres with 160± irrigated acres. Located approximately 4.5 miles northwest of Morrill, Nebraska, the Lazy R4 Irrigated Farm has many access points including two county roads and canal roads. The farm features two pivots: a 2003 Zimmatic six-tower pivot which irrigates 105± acres and a 2012 Zimmatic seven-tower wiper pivot that irrigates 55± acres. The remaining acres include 10± acres on the west side of the irrigation ditch, 41.5± acres of pivot corners and 3± acres of trees. The Lazy R4 Farm has 149± acres of water rights from the Pathfinder Irrigation District and is permitted 97.6± acres of water from the irrigation well. This farm is dual-apportioned for water. The Lazy R4 Farm is currently being leased for 2021. The only improvement on the property is an open-faced barn. This part of Nebraska is known for its excellent farming opportunities as well as outstanding wildlife habitat. Whitetail deer and upland game birds frequent the Lazy R4 Irrigated Farm.
$800,000  •  202.9 acres
The Spencer Farm is a productive and income-producing irrigated farm located north of Morrill, Nebraska in a very sought-after area known as the “Dutch Flats”. The farm has year-round access from S-A Road to the property entrance. In addition, the farm has dual water rights and is flood-irrigated with gated pipe with water from Pathfinder Irrigation and two irrigation wells. Historically, the farm has been planted in corn with 225 bushel/acre yields. Improvements include a 1,400 sq. ft. farmhouse built in 1915 with three bedrooms, one bath, and a raised porch; a 32’x30’ shop with concrete floor; a 96’x24’ shop with concrete floor; and various other farm utility buildings. There is an additional residence that is unhabitable.
$435,000  •  5.05 acres
The Fiscus Acreage combines many different features that make it the perfect property for the horse lover or for the family looking for a place to keep those 4-H animals. The 1,740 sq. ft. ranch-style home, built in 2006, has three bedrooms and two baths, all on one level. The home boasts many added amenities including all stainless appliances in the kitchen which are highlighted by the dual fuel gas-top electric oven and all oak cabinets. Natural gas powers the forced-air heat and AC in the home which also includes a free-standing Napoleon stove. Exterior features of the home include an under-ground sprinkler system and an insulated Tuff-Shed that serves as the doghouse with an attached 12’X12’ kennel. The Fiscus property also offers a 40’X81’ shop that has 16’ sidewalls and two electric 14’ overhead doors on opposite ends of the shop that will allow easy in and out of the shop with your RV and boat. There is a 20’X40’ heated workshop area along with an additional 20’X20’ heated storage room and there is 20’X60’ storage loft above these two rooms. Additional features in the shop include two RV septic dump sites, water hydrants, 220 power available in two different locations, and two 8’ electric overhead garage doors for smaller vehicle access. The shop has concrete floors throughout and also has a 14’X24’ attached lean-to.
$800,000  •  149.29 acres
The Shepard Pivot is located on the corner of YO Ranch Road and Cole Road and includes 149.29± acres. It is a Rinke pivot that is less than 10 years old. This pivot has historically produced corn and barley with a production of 27 to 28 ton of corn silage per acre or 180 bushels of grain corn. There are 30 acres planted to barley. The water is provided by Wheatland Irrigation District at a cost of $17.50 per acre and is delivered via a concrete ditch into a settling lagoon at the center of the pivot. The electrical costs are approximately $3,600 - $3,700 annually. 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.
$85,000  •  40 acres
The Correll 40 is a 40± deeded acre parcel located within minutes of downtown Torrington, Wyoming. Access to the property is provided via both County Road 45 and County Road 80. Electricity is at the edge of the property and a private well could be drilled for domestic use. This property is ideal with potential building sites, no covenants and easy access, all in a prime location.
$665,000  •  80 acres
This tranquil property with 80± deeded acres is located minutes from town, schools, and recreation. The 5224 sq. ft. home’s spacious ranch-style floor plan built in 2016 features a finished basement, five bedrooms and five bathrooms along with an oversized four-car garage. Beautiful finishes throughout the home include wood floors as well as an open concept gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry, granite countertops, upgraded appliances, and much more. There are stunning views from the large windows, spacious living area with a stone fireplace, surround sound, and other custom built-in features. A peaceful outdoor space with covered patio that has vast views complete this incredible property. The acreage has year-round access with well-maintained roads, and is fully fenced, including cross fencing. There is also a loafing shed with a built-in tack room.
$750,000  •  270 acres
This 270± deeded acre farm is located approximately eight miles northeast of Morrill, Nebraska and has county road access. The topography of the Larson Irrigated Farm features level to rolling hills that are common to this part of Nebraska. 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 and house is currently on a tenant lease. In addition to providing excellent farming opportunities, this property has outstanding animal habitat with whitetail deer and upland game birds frequenting the Larson Irrigated Farm.
$843,975  •  4,529 acres
The Carlson Pasture is a 4,529± contiguous acre pasture consisting of 3,069± deeded acres and 1,460± BLM acres located north of US Hwy 26 in Waltman, Wyoming. The terrain is rolling, grass-covered hills and draws. The estimate carrying-capacity is 150 pairs for a four-to-five-month summer grazing season. Water is provided to livestock via several reservoirs on the property that are fed by springs and seasonal runoff. There are no wells on the ranch, but the water table is 50 to 100 feet deep. There are no improvements on the property but electricity is available. Wildlife found on the ranch includes antelope, mule deer, grouse, and coyotes.
$7,350,000  •  3,080 acres
Located on the banks of the Grand River southeast of Lemmon South Dakota, the Turkey Track Ranch consists of 3,080± deeded acres plus a 233 AUM Grand River Grazing Association allotment. With approximately 12 miles of the Grand River meandering through the center of the ranch, the cottonwood and ash tree-lined river bottoms provide unparalleled natural protection and wildlife habitat throughout. Fenced and cross-fenced into 23 pastures, this ranch is set up for a very efficient and intensive grazing program with live water in 21 of the pastures. The ranch has a 518-acre water license from the State of South Dakota that ensures a reliable feed base for the ranch while enhancing the wildlife habitat. There is a very functional set of improvements that make up the ranch headquarters which features a three bedroom, four bath home built in 1991, a shop, barns, corrals, a 700 head feedlot, and a roping arena. The ranch has three wells that supply water to the headquarters as well as to the three tanks in the few pastures that do not have live year-round water. In addition, the ranch has rural water provided by the Perkins County Rural Water District. The riparian area of the Grand River is home to upland birds including pheasants, turkeys and sharp-tail grouse as well as many mule and whitetail deer. The Turkey Track Ranch has many attributes that make it appealing to ranchers and sportsmen alike.
$2,975,000  •  3,376.4 acres
The Wind Ranch is located on the plains of South Dakota just northeast of the Black Hills approximately seven miles east of Newell. The ranch includes a full set of buildings that includes a house, two shops, two livestock barns, one hay barn with stackyard and an extensive set of corrals and pens. The property consists of 3,376± total acres: 2,736± deeded and 640 State lease acres. The ranch is a combination of 2,780 acres of pasture, 40 acres of upland hayland and 550 acres of riparian/creek bottoms of which 200 acres can be hayed. The sellers have developed an intensive grazing system throughout the ranch. Quiet and secluded, the ranch has beautiful views of the Black Hills and Bear Butte. The ranch has easy access to Newell, Sturgis, Belle Fourche, Spearfish and Rapid City.
$500,000  •  10.46 acres
This 10.46± deeded acre mountain property boasts a beautiful view of Laramie Peak through mature lodgepole pines. The residence is a three bedroom, three bathroom log-siding home with 2,248 sq ft of total living space. The 1,128 sq ft main level of the home has a bedroom, bathroom, laundry room, great room with vaulted ceilings and rock fireplace, and kitchen. The 144 sq ft second floor overlooks the great room and has a bedroom, bathroom, and sitting area. The 952 sq ft finished basement has a family room with wood stove, bedroom, bathroom, and utilities. There is aspen tongue-in-groove throughout the home, central A/C, and forced air heat. The 900 sq ft three-car garage has two overhead doors and a heated second level great room with outdoor balcony. Water is provided by a 220 ft well. Wildlife is abundant in the area including mule deer, elk, turkey, and bears. With year-round access, central to mountain recreation, and close proximity to Glendo Reservoir, this property is an excellent mountain getaway.
$300,000  •  23.4 acres
This property is a one-of-a-kind chance to own a beautiful, private, building site mere minutes west of Casper, Wyoming. Nestled against a scenic pine-covered ridge, the 23.4± acre lot boasts many mature trees that include a variety of spruce and ever-green trees, rocky mountain juniper, quaking aspen, elm, eastern cottonwood, box-elder, bur oak, and multiple other species. Originally planted as a tree farm, the rows of trees are neatly organized and irrigated by gated pipe. The property is irrigated via the Casper Alcova Irrigation District. Lot 3 features a 50’x100’ steel shop with a private well and electrical service. The lot has good access off a gravel county road and Casper is accessible via both Poison Spider Road and Highway 230. The property is two miles from Poison Spider School, and two and a half miles from the Bessemer Bend boat launch on the North Platte River. Owner financing is not available. Covenants will apply.
$275,000  •  23.4 acres
This property is a one-of-a-kind chance to own a beautiful, private, building site mere minutes west of Casper, Wyoming. Nestled against a scenic pine-covered ridge, the 23.4± acre lots boasts many mature trees that include a variety of spruce and ever-green trees, rocky mountain juniper, quaking aspen, elm, eastern cottonwood, box-elder, bur oak, and multiple other species. Originally planted as a tree farm, the rows of trees are neatly organized and irrigated by gated pipe. The property is irrigated via the Casper Alcova Irrigation District. City water tap and electrical service available. The lot has good access off a gravel county road and Casper is accessible via both Poison Spider Road and Highway 230. The property is two miles from Poison Spider School, and two and a half miles from the Bessemer Bend boat launch on the North Platte River. Owner financing is not available. Covenants will apply.
$225,000  •  23.4 acres
This property is a one-of-a-kind chance to own a beautiful, private, building site mere minutes west of Casper, Wyoming. Nestled against a scenic pine-covered ridge, the 23.4± acre lots boasts many mature trees that include a variety of spruce and ever-green trees, rocky mountain juniper, quaking aspen, elm, eastern cottonwood, box-elder, bur oak, and multiple other species. Originally planted as a tree farm, the rows of trees are neatly organized and irrigated by gated pipe. The property is irrigated via the Casper Alcova Irrigation District. City water tap and electrical service available. The lot has good access off a gravel county road and Casper is accessible via both Poison Spider Road and Highway 230. The property is two miles from Poison Spider School, and two and a half miles from the Bessemer Bend boat launch on the North Platte River. Owner financing is not available. Covenants will apply.
$6,000,000  •  1,553.87 acres
This contiguous, 1,553± deeded acre farm is located approximately one mile north of Lyman, Nebraska. There are 1,240± irrigated acres with water provided from four irrigation wells which are adjudicated from 700 GPM to 1,200 GPM with static water at approximately 15 feet. In addition, surface water rights are provided from three sources: the Gering-Ft. Laramie Irrigation District for 856 irrigable acres; the Mitchell Irrigation District for 24 irrigable acres; and two appropriations from Horse Creek for 5.07 CFS. Six low-pressure pivots irrigate 800± acres while the remaining 440± acres are flood-irrigated using gated pipe. Horse Creek flows along the southern boundary of the property for approximately one mile, sheltered by mature cottonwood and ash trees. Improvements include three homes, an 80’x125’ red iron hay barn with 20-foot side walls, and a 60’x120’ pole barn with 16 foot side walls. In addition, the farm has a brand-new 999 head feedlot with 1,000± feet of concrete feeding bunk and five automatic water tanks along with livestock working facilities that include several working pens, alley ways, tub, and a Silencer hydraulic chute. The feedlot is constructed of railroad ties and continuous steel panels. An abundance of wildlife frequents the farm including mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, wild turkeys, pheasants, ducks, geese, and sharp-tail grouse.
$1,050,000  •  1,265.71 acres
Located 15 miles northwest of Lusk, this well-balanced and well-watered ranch consists of 1,265.71± deeded acres which has historically been a cow/calf operation. Pine and cedar tree-covered ridges provide excellent livestock protection and wildlife habitat. The ranch currently has five pastures with watering points located throughout the ranch. There is a Morton building, a set of working corrals and a loadout chute on the 28 Road Ranch. The ranch and surrounding area is well known for its abundance of elk, trophy mule deer, whitetail deer, and antelope. A flock of wild turkeys along with sharp-tail grouse, sage grouse, Hungarian partridges, bobcats and coyotes also frequent the ranch. The 28 Road Ranch offers great opportunities for hunters, equestrians, and all outdoor enthusiasts.
$220,000  •  326.5 acres
The Banner County 320 is 326.5± acres of dryland farm ground located approximately six miles north and east of Albin, Wyoming and just into Banner County, Nebraska. The Banner County 320 is located one-half mile north of the intersection of County Roads 6 and 13.
$399,000  •  35 acres
The Sanchez Irrigated Farm offers 35± deeded acres and is located five miles south of Torrington, Wyoming with access directly off of State Highway 154. Of the 35± deeded acres, there are 30.44± flood-irrigated acres with water provided by Goshen Irrigation District. The improvements on the Sanchez Irrigated Farm include a 1,456 sq. ft. farmhouse, built in 1924, with two bedrooms and two baths on the main floor and feature an updated kitchen. The spacious basement offers extra living space and endless storage. Additional improvements include a 50’ X 72’ shop that has a full concrete floor and two overhead electric doors, a cattle shed/barn, livestock corrals, and additional farm utility buildings. This is a productive property with paved year-round access and just minutes from Torrington.
$2,500,000  •  542 acres
Easily accessible year-round and located only eight miles from Powell, Wyoming, this highly productive 542± acre row-crop farm has 441± 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, 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 Buyer to consider purchasing adjacent 86± irrigated acres on Lane 14. Additional option is noted in red on attached maps and valued at $400,000. A Bureau of Reclamation grazing permit with 3,880± acres with an annual cost of $0.05/acre will be of consideration for the Buyer to renew.
$850,000  •  272 acres
Easily accessible year-round and located only eight miles from Powell, Wyoming, this highly productive 272± acre row-crop farm has 192± flood-irrigated acres with rich, darks soils for producing edible beans, alfalfa, sugar beets, and exceptional corn/silage. In addition, a potential exists for the Buyer to consider purchasing adjacent 40± or 86± irrigated acres on Lane 14. These additional options are noted in red on attached maps and valued at $200,000 and $400,000 respectively. A Bureau of Reclamation grazing permit with 3,880± acres with an annual cost of $0.05/acre will be of consideration for the Buyer to renew.
$1,000,000  •  400 acres
Easily accessible year-round and located only eight miles from Powell, Wyoming, this highly productive 400± acre row-crop farm has 138± flood-irrigated acres with rich, darks soils for producing edible beans, alfalfa, sugar beets, and exceptional corn/silage. The improvements include two mobile homes, a 2,544 sq. ft. hay shed, and the original homestead house. In addition, a potential exists for the Buyer to consider purchasing 40± irrigated acres across Lane 14; this option is noted in blue on attached maps and valued at $200,000. A Bureau of Reclamation grazing permit with 720± acres with an annual cost of $0.05/acre will be of consideration for the Buyer to renew.
$1,700,000  •  50 acres
The Indian Hills Ranch is a 50± deeded acre property with an amenity-rich custom home and horse barn located just nine miles east of Sterling. The one-of-a-kind 12,053 sq. ft. home has four bedrooms, 5-1/2 bathrooms and features a large kitchen, eat-in dining, formal dining room, large great room, master bedroom with gas fireplace, indoor heated pool, exercise room, steam shower, and sauna. The three-car attached garage is insulated, heated and has automatic doors. There is an 18’ x 68’ horse barn with heated tack room and corrals including a round corral. There is a large front and back porch, mature landscaping, trees with an underground sprinkler system and an automatic drip line.
$840,000  •  21 acres
21 acres of prime development land with unlimited potential and access from both 64th Street West and 68th Street West in Yellowstone County. The property is neither zoned or within the Billings Annex. Here is your chance to develop a prime location with storage units, commercial, or multifamily affordable housing, and located near growing school districts, new school projects, and very high-valued home developments. This opportunity will not last long as this area of Billings with its excellent location for a housing development as well as vibrancy, new schools, trails, parks, and city expansion is growing rapidly and developers are seeking the next big project.
Clark & Associates Land Brokers

Cory Clark
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Lusk, WY 82225

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