The Prairie Center Ranch is a productive 1,643.01± contiguous 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. Of the 1,43.01± deeded acres, approximately 320± acres of alfalfa are irrigated via two pivots; an older low-pressure Valley 7-tower pivot and a low-pressure 9-tower 1998 Zimmatic pivot. The alfalfa stand is currently six years old, producing 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.