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. 
$846,000  •  144 acres
The Houx Irrigated Farm is quiet country living within five minutes of downtown Wheatland and consists of 144± acres. There are two low-pressure pivots that irrigate 110 acres and have historically produced corn, hay and sugar beets. Wheatland Irrigation District provides the water. The productive soil in Platte County provides a consistent supply of high-quality commodities. The property offers unobstructed views of Laramie Peak, with city utilities located across the street. Although there are no improvements, several suitable home-building locations can be found on the property. This farm is located in a Federal Opportunity Zone and may be eligible for preferential tax treatment.
$171,400  •  42.85 acres
The Green Mountain Hideaway is a private 42 deeded acres inside of Medicine Bow National Forest with great views of Green Mountain. The southern border lies adjacent to 180 acres of State of Wyoming ground and the north and west sides of the property are fenced. Wildlife that frequent the property include elk, deer, mountain lions, coyotes and turkeys and it is located in Area 7 for elk and Area 64 for deer. Marble Quarry Creek, which has cottonwood trees and willows offering good wildlife protection, flows through the property. This end-of-the-road destination offers several home building sites and there are remnants of a pioneer homestead on the property. The property is located 15 miles west of Wheatland, Wyoming with year-round access.
$695,000  •  40 acres
This one-of- a-kind 40± deeded acre horse property, located approximately 10 miles north of Moorcroft, Wyoming, is situated ¼ mile from Keyhole State Park and adjacent to 300 acres of wooded BLM ground. The property features a custom-built, four bedroom, three bathroom home with a beautiful great room, 2-story vaulted ceilings, slate tile floors, custom log accents, three fireplaces, hardwood floors, a bonus loft and room to grow. There is a 640 sq. ft. wrap-around deck that overlooks Keyhole Reservoir as well as the horse barn and runs. The improvements are rounded out by a 20’X120’ open-face horse barn with five pipe and continuous fence runs, each with automatic water tanks, and an insulated/heated tack room. In addition, there is a 32’x48’ shop/barn with a hay loft and a 20’x 50’ lean-to.
$7,250,000  •  290 acres
The Vista Ridge Ranch is a 290± deeded acre parcel located seven miles northwest of Golden, Colorado and only 30 minutes from Denver with amazing views of the City of Denver and Mount Evans. The topography of the ranch consists of grass-covered hillsides and draws lined with aspen, oak, pine and spruce trees that provide ample protection for livestock and wildlife. Several species of wildlife frequent the property including bighorn sheep, elk, mule deer, wild turkeys, bear and mountain lion. This property offers several building sites and there is also a 25’x25’ barn and five watering/stock tanks. The entire northern border backs up to White Ranch Park. The roads are maintained and power is available on the property.
$472,000  •  337 acres
This beautiful acreage consists of 337± acres located 16 miles north of world-famous Red Lodge, Montana and offers over a half-mile of year-round live-water from Elbow Creek. Set in a drastic open valley, the sweeping views of the Beartooth Mountains dominate the horizon beyond the steeply rolling hills. The cottonwood tree-lined creek bottom meandering through the property is complemented by pine tree-covered ridges that lie above the hay meadows and pastures. Water rights include a 1915 stock water filing for livestock; see DNRC Water Right 43D 30109324. The Elbow Creek Acreage would be a great hobby opportunity. A variety of wildlife is abundant on the ranch including black bear, pheasant, deer, upland and migratory birds, and even the occasional elk.
$6,325,000  •  5,328 acres
Located 14 miles south of Kaycee, Wyoming, the Tisdale Mountain Ranch is a well-balanced ranch featuring live water and spectacular recreational attributes with 5,168± deeded acres and 160± BLM lease acres. Fully fenced and cross-fenced into two pastures with 4-wire steel and wood posts, the ranch consists of productive riparian zone and native grass pastures with a combination of crested wheat, intermediate wheat, and a variety of hard grass species, rich in protein content. The Tisdale Mountain Ranch is diverse in landscape and varies from a canyon rim to deep draws with pine and heavy timber complete with ponderosa pine and cedar. With the rugged topography, the resident herds of elk, mule deer and antelope are present and call the Tisdale Mountain Ranch their home with adequate water, forage and protection. Historically the ranch has made available self-hunts and harvested trophy animals of all these species. Unparalleled views of the Big Horn Mountains and an abundance of water to include 24 reservoirs with 6 being year-round and suitable for trout stocking along with drainages that include Wall Creek, Million Creek and Hot Water Creek, create a well-rounded and viable ranch. Ranch improvements a modern hunting camp featuring a two bedroom, one bath mobile unit with kitchen that also include a private well, septic, electricity, and storage shed. There is also an uninhabitable ranch headquarters with well and electricity. The Tisdale Mountain Ranch also has additional income opportunity with a Bentonite mine, complete royalty agreement. The operator will pay the owner $1.25 per ton and guarantees payment for 100,000 tons over an eight-year period. Surfaces damages historically earn $3,000 annually.
$2,900,000  •  3,278 acres
Located five miles east of Kaycee, Wyoming, the North Fork Ranch is a grazing ranch featuring live water and native hay meadows with 3,238± deeded acres and 40± BLM lease acres. Fully fenced and cross-fenced into two pastures with 4-wire steel and wood posts, the ranch consists of productive and native grass pastures with gramma grass, black root, and western wheat grasses. Rotational grazing is possible with a heated stock tank with water from a city tap. The North Fork Ranch also offers 70± flood-irrigated acres which historically have been used for hay production. Irrigation water is provided from Dull Knife Reservoir Irrigation District. With cottonwood trees, year-round live water from the North Fork of the Powder River and seven seasonal reservoirs, this ranch offers habitat for whitetail deer, mule deer, antelope, turkey, sage grouse, water fowl, and bobcats. With tremendous all-weather road access, this is very viable, low-overhead, grazing ranch. Improvements are minimal and consist of an older set of uninhabited buildings.
$4,650,000  •  3,670 acres
Located 2½ miles east of Kaycee, Wyoming, the Middle Fork Ranch is a grazing ranch featuring live water and native hay meadows with 2,869± deeded acres, 120± State of Wyoming, and 681± BLM lease acres. Fully fenced and cross-fenced into eight pastures with 4-wire steel and wood posts, the ranch consists of productive and native grass pastures with gramma grass, black root, and western wheat grasses. The Middle Fork Ranch also offers 930± flood-irrigated acres which historically have been used for hay production. There are 9½ acre feet of irrigation water rights from the Middle Fork. With deciduous trees, year-round live water from the Middle Fork of the Powder River and 17 seasonal reservoirs, this ranch offers exceptional habitat for whitetail deer, mule deer, antelope, turkey, sage grouse, water fowl, and bobcats. Improvements include a three bedroom, two bath residence that comes complete with kitchen, dining room, laundry room, walk-in cooler and walkout basement along with 2-car attached garage. Additional improvements are a 60’x200’ shop with partial concrete floor and electricity as well as pipe corrals with loadout, and other outbuildings. With all-weather road access, this is very viable, low-overhead, grazing ranch.
$199,000  •  40 acres
Located on the edge of the Medicine Bow National Forest, this 40 deeded acre property lies just west of the mountain village of Esterbrook. Densely wooded with mature pine and aspen groves, the propertys terrain is comprised of a quiet valley gently sloping up to ridgelines and is at 6,400 feet above sea level. In the heart of the acreage there is a 144 sq. ft. log cabin in good condition that was built in 1999 along with an outhouse and a travel trailer, in good condition, that sits on an 816 sq. ft. concrete pad with a cedar patio area. The property is off-the-grid, with electricity nearby. If one chose to procure utilities, water wells in the area are between 100 to 300 feet deep. With year-round access, central to mountain recreation and in close proximity to Glendo Reservoir, this property is an excellent mountain wilderness getaway.
$4,000,000  •  880.3 acres
Five F Feeders is located in the heart of cattle country in western South Dakota. Five F Feeders is a Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) approved yard with a confined animal feeding permit of 4,000 head with an anticipated increase to 5,000 head upon re-permitting by the DENR in the near future. The yard is 16 miles east of Belle Fourche at Nisland, South Dakota and is situated on 880.30± acres north of US Highway 212 with easy in and out access via a county-maintained road. Of the 880.30 acres, 612 acres are irrigated with water sourced from the Belle Fourche Irrigation District with 416 of those irrigated acres under Reinke pivot irrigation systems. The yard is supplied with water from an artesian well that flows at 900 gallons per minute of 120-degree water at 300 psi. This water is also used to provide water for a two-bay truck washout and is operated as a profit center for the yard. In addition to the truck washout, there is a 14’ x 60’ office with an “80 foot - 120,000-pound truck scale” that is also operated as a profit center. Other improvements include a processing barn with a Silencer hydraulic chute, a 30,000-pound livestock scale, a 50’ x 100’ insulated ship with radiant heat and a two-bay commodity shed. Finally, there are two houses, one that has been used as a manager’s residence and the other as a rental property.
$57,900  •  40 acres
This property is a 40± deeded acre ranch located approximately eight miles west of Gunnison, Colorado with amazing views of the Rocky Mountains. This ranch backs up to 23,388 contiguous acres of BLM land. The topography of the ranch is rolling hills covered with grasses and sagebrush. Several species of wildlife frequent the property including elk, mule deer, coyotes and antelope. This property offers several building sites and is located only 10 minutes from Gunnison and around four hours from Denver. There is already a well on the property and power is located on the property as well.
$750,000  •  204 acres
The Goshen County Pivot is situated approximately 35 miles north of Torrington, Wyoming, and approximately 12 miles northeast of Jay Em, Wyoming. The farm consists of 204.09± deeded acres of which 188± acres are irrigated under a 9-tower, low-pressure, 1998 Zimmatic center pivot. The pivot is currently planted in newly seeded alfalfa. The irrigation well that provides water to the pivot is 510 feet in depth with static water levels around 91 feet and produces 1,275 GPM. A 150 HP electric pump is set at 220 feet. There is a power line going north-south along the western boundary line with an underground electric line that comes off the power line to the pivot to operate it during the irrigation season. There are no other improvements on the property.
$1,800,000  •  521.78 acres
The Prairie Center Farm is situated approximately 30 miles northwest of Torrington, Wyoming, and approximately nine miles east of Jay Em, Wyoming. The farm consists of 521.78± deeded acres of which 420.3± acres are irrigated under three low-pressure center pivots. Currently, the north pivot is planted in corn and the remaining two pivots are planted in barley. There are two irrigation wells ranging from 350 to 400 feet in depth with static water levels around 200 feet. The irrigation well that provides water to the north pivot produces 750 GPM while the second well produces approximately 725 GPM. This second well provides water for both the center and south pivot. The domestic water well was drilled and completed in 2013 at a depth of 300 feet, static water level of 200 feet, and producing approximately 10 GPM. Improvements on the farm are well-maintained and include several outbuildings along with two new 50,000 Sukup grain bins. The 1,440 sq. ft. Morton home has one bedroom, one bath, and includes a modern kitchen and appliances, office, and garage.
$399,000  •  71 acres
Alder Creek Acreage is a 71± deeded acre parcel located approximately 24 miles west of Telluride, Colorado and less than 2.25 hours from Grand Junction. With amazing views of the San Juan Mountains, the topography of the ranch consists of 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. Alder Creek runs year-round through this little slice of heaven. There is also a well on the property.
$785,000  •  717 acres
The Haines Road Ranch is a 717± deeded acre farm and ranch 15 miles northwest of Casper, Wyoming. 80± acres of the ranch are in flood-irrigated crop production. 66.53 acres of water rights with 133.06 acre feet of water volume are provided from the Casper Alcova Irrigation District. Historically, the ranch has annually yielded three tons of alfalfa hay per acre from three cuttings. Grazing capacity is owner rated at 255 animal unit months (AUM), and the property is cross fenced into six pastures. Domestic water is provided by the 33 Mile Water District and stock water is provided by four ponds scattered throughout the ranch. Improvements include a 1,934 sq. ft. ranch-style home with three bedrooms, 1.5 baths, two modest 3,000± sq. ft. pole barns, an older 1,269 sq. ft. Quonset, and older wood corrals. This property would make an excellent starter ranch or an end-of-the-road country acreage.
$77,950  •  80 acres
The Saguache 80 is an 80± deeded acre ranch located approximately eight miles south of Saguache, Colorado with amazing views of the mountains. The topography of the ranch is flat and consists of grass-covered plains mixed with sagebrush. Several species of wildlife frequent the property including elk, mule deer, coyotes and antelope. This property offers several building sites and is located only 10 minutes from Saguache and approximately three hours from Colorado Springs. There are no utilities on the property.
$529,000  •  36 acres
Range Road 36 is a 36± deeded acre parcel located approximately 13 miles west of Boulder, Colorado with amazing views of the Rocky Mountains. The topography of the property consists of gently sloping terrain lined with aspens and massive spruce and pine trees that provide ample protection for wildlife. There is also an enchanting pond on this lot. 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 20 minutes from Boulder and only an hour from Denver. No utilities are present on the property.
$1,200,000  •  35 acres
The Livermore Ranch is 35± deeded acre parcel approximately 21 miles north of Fort Collins, Colorado. The topography of the ranch consists of rich, bottomland pastures with brush-covered hillsides. This custom horse property has gated entry to a 4,200+ sq. ft. home with a stunning wood beam front porch and a mossy stone and new stucco & paint exterior. The 3 ply Presidential roof is brand new. The kitchen boasts cherry cabinets, pantry, custom pine cut floors and stainless steel appliances. In addition, the home has four bedrooms, 3-1/2 bathrooms along with a finished, walkout basement with mother-in-law quarters that include a full kitchen with pine cabinets, SS appliances, utility room and master suite. This gorgeous home has huge windows to take advantage of the incredible views of the mountain range and to watch wildlife and your horses roam. It is a great horse setup with the 50' X 60' five-stall barn with mats in each stall along with 10' garage doors, 12' concrete aisle, insulated tack room/shop, wash rack, hay storage as well as corrals and being completely fenced into three separate pastures. The property is located just a mile from access to the Eagle Nest Open Space and riding trails. Also only 1 mile from Livermore Elementary. This turnkey ranch is located about 1.5 hours from Denver.
$1,100,000  •  33.6 acres
37 River Bridge Road is strategically located 10 miles northwest of Douglas, Wyoming. The beautiful residence is nestled along the North Platte River with privacy on the spacious 33.6± deeded acres. The 2,128 sq. ft. modular residence, constructed in 2001, features five bedrooms, 3-½ baths with a contemporary design to include tile and bamboo flooring, main level master bedroom with ensuite, a walkout basement with custom burl-wood pine bar and much more. The kitchen is sure to impress with granite countertops and an eat-in kitchen with an expansive 1,454 sq. ft. deck overlooking the river. The attached 2-car garage with pull-through overhead doors offers convenience with a mudroom entry that has a half bath and laundry room. The exterior of the home is surrounded by mature aspens, pines, spruces, and cottonwoods with an underground sprinkler system and 3-rail pole fencing. Additional improvements feature an 8,400 sq. ft. heated hangar built in 2005 with two 14’x20’ overhead doors. The hangar offers three offices with radiant heat concrete floor with drain, electric and compressed air. Above the office you will find a 2,000 sq. ft. apartment with two bedrooms, one full bath, eat-in kitchen, custom cabinets, small deck, laundry, and electric heat. Along with the hangar, the property has a FAA certified runway that makes this property a pilot’s delight. There are endless recreational pursuits to enjoy on the property and in the surrounding area that include fishing, hunting, hiking, and horseback riding. You can host your company with an RV hookup with 50-amp service and year-round maintained access. http://www.airnav.com/airport/44WY - This goes directly with the FFA information regarding the airport on this property.
$1,495,000  •  472 acres
Sage Creek Canyon Ranch is a 472± deeded acre parcel located approximately 30 miles west of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. The topography of the ranch consists of rich bottomland pastures with aspen and scrub oak covered hillsides. There are close to a dozen ponds on the property so there is plenty of water. All of this provides excellent habitat for the wildlife that frequent the property including mule deer, elk, antelope, bear, cougar, coyotes and beaver. This property qualifies for the Colorado Landowner Preference Point Program which helps the owner with drawing big game tags on certain species. This area is also an over-the-counter license unit for elk which means you can hunt elk every year without having to draw a tag. The pastures are fenced and currently used for cattle grazing. This property has a house, garage and large pole barn already on site. This turn-key ranch is located about three hours from Denver.
$1,850,000  •  1,040 acres
This contiguous 1,040± acre hunting property is located approximately 15 minutes east of Encampment, Wyoming and 25 minutes from Walden, Colorado. The topography of the property features rolling hills and heavily-sodded grass pastures along with scattered aspens and evergreen trees that provide ample protection for livestock and wildlife. There is a spring that feeds a pond that is nestled amongst the trees. The property offers excellent habitat for several species of wildlife including mule deer and elk. Along with the abundance of wildlife, this property has grazing opportunity and is currently leased during the summer months. The property has year-round access and borders National Forest land. Several amenities abound for the outdoor enthusiast can be found throughout the property.
$1,250,000  •  320 acres
Located approximately six miles southwest of Lingle, Wyoming, the Leavitt Farm consists of approximately 320± deeded acres. There are 197± acres irrigated with two low-pressure pivots with approximately an additional 123± acre of dryland grass. The improvements to the Leavitt Farm include a modest home and multiple outbuildings.
$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.
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