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$2,450,000  •  65,099 acres
This offering is a rare opportunity to acquire a 200 head year-round cattle operation on 65,099± total acres with an irrigated feed base along with a 950 head feedlot in the Ten Sleep area of Wyoming. The Bonanza Ranch consists of 279± deeded acres, 3,440± BLM lease acres, 380± State lease acres, and the transfer of 200 AUM grazing allotments on 61,000± acres of “in-common” BLM, State, Forest Service, and South Paint Rock Grazing Association leased acres. A 7-tower, 2016 Zimmatic pivot irrigates 70± acres with territorial water rights from Paint Rock Creek and an additional 96± acres are irrigated with gated pipe. The 950 head feedlot is in good condition with pipe construction and heated water tanks. The scale house has been recently renovated into one bedroom, one bath living quarters that is utilized during calving season. The terrain of the ranch stretches from the creek bottom meadows of Paint Rock Creek to the high summer grazing of the Big Horn National Forest. The majority of the ranch is contiguous for ease of rotational grazing. Recreational splendor abounds from trout fishing in Paint Rock Creek to elk hunting in the high mountain terrain, and one land owner elk tag is included with the Bonanza Ranch. Price: $2,450,000 Contact Travis Gitthens at 307-315-1274 or Scott Leach at 307-331-9095 for more details.
$25,000,000  •  49,500 acres
The OW Ranch is the original headquarters of the Kendrick Cattle Company, perhaps the most famous of the cattle empires in the Sheridan area and now one of the best values for a low overhead ranch on the market today.
$7,000,000  •  12,073 acres
Beautiful Cattle Ranch located in the Lush Wolf Mountains. Rich soils and abundant water provide for highly productive dryland grass for healthy livestock.
$19,950,000  •  7,177 acres
[83,604 total acres (7,177 deeded)] [8.5 miles of world-class fishing] [Elk, mule/white tail deer, turkey, upland birds, & waterfowl] [Territorial water rights to irrigate 1,400 acres] [Substantial improvements] [Includes 800+/- cows, available bulls, & equipment] HISTORY: When ancestral tribes of Native Americans wandered into Paint Rock Creek Canyon in what is now north-central Wyoming over 10,000 years ago, they knew they had found an exceptional place. Abundant fresh water, a mild climate and huge herds of game enticed them to call this place home for thousands of years. Today, this exceptional corner of Wyoming is occupied by amazing Paint Rock Canyon Ranch, a premier working legacy ranch that has been in the hands of only two families since it was homesteaded over a century ago. Thus, Paint Rock Canyon Ranch elegantly controls approximately 83,604 acres (7,177 deeded) with several miles of blue-ribbon trout streams, remarkably productive grasslands, fascinating archaeological sites and big game habitat that is second-to-none in the Rocky Mountains. INTRODUCTION: Paint Rock Canyon Creek is born on the western slopes of 13,165-foot Cloud Peak, the highest point in Wyoming's Bighorn Mountains, and then rushes many miles through a deep limestone canyon. At the foot of this canyon, the trout-rich creek breaks out into the Bighorn Basin at about 5000 feet, and into the holdings of Paint Rock Canyon Ranch, in a lovely setting of broad hay meadows fringed by red sandstone cliffs. Located at the end of the road, Paint Rock Canyon Ranch offers private Western grandeur like few ranches anywhere in the Rockies. FISHING: Paint Rock Canyon Creek and its tributary Medicine Lodge Creek offer more than 8 combined miles of private fishing for wild rainbow and brown trout that grow fat and strong. Several additional miles of fishing are directly adjacent to ranch on BLM land and rarely accessed by the public. Many fish reach 14 to 17 inches in these streams, and will rise readily to dry flies. The largest fish in the stream exceed over 20 inches. As the ranch is located high in the basin, water quantity is never an issue, and water quality is top-notch. Additionally, a couple of springs on the ranch could easily supply large trophy trout ponds. HUNTING: As the ancients discovered, wildlife thrives along Paint Rock Creek as well. Large resident herds of trophy elk, pronghorn, mule deer and whitetail deer can all be found on the ranch itself and on adjacent public lands. Commonly, herds of up to 600 elk can be seen in the ranch's meadows. Big game hunting is outstanding and very private, even on public land sections that are largely blocked in by the ranch's holdings. The ranch is rich with gamebirds as well: pheasants, turkey, chukkar, sharp-tailed grouse, geese, ducks and blue grouse are all present in huntable numbers on and around the ranch. PRODUCTION: In operation as a cattle or sheep ranch for over 100 years, Paint Rock Canyon Ranch has been fine-tuned as a commercial enterprise. Its irrigation rights are spectacular and about as senior as they come, and permit amazing crops of hay on over 1400 total irrigated acres. Each year the ranch's meadows produce over 3000 tons of hay, thanks in part to six pivots that irrigate nearly 1000 acres. RANCHING: Cattle ranching is the economic mainstay at Paint Rock Canyon, with 1250 cow/calf units currently supported. The unique foothills location of the ranch allows these animals to graze in the adjacent high country federal leases in the summer months, and in the lowlands to the west in the fall and winter months. The ranch's hay production support these animals throughout the winter, usually with an excess of hay to sell as well. IMPROVEMENTS: Physical improvements on Paint Rock Canyon Ranch are almost too many to enumerate. The cattle operation includes a full complement of barns, shops and outbuildings and a cow camp cabin on permitted Forest Service land. Two employee houses are included as well as a large apartment. The owner's compound is a spectacular, sprawling 4500-square foot home on a single level, with amazing views of the red bluffs of Medicine Lodge Canyon, the Paint Rock Canyon gorge and the distant Absaroka Range. It includes a state of the art kitchen and a 1000-square foot gym. Designed by a prominent California architect, it is filled with fascinating design details and fits into the Wyoming landscape perfectly. Close to the owner's house is a 2500-square foot guest house with its own 5-car garage. Two additional 2500-square-foot homes are also included on the ranch, one near the ranching community of Hyattville and another on the bench near the owner's complex. At Paint Rock Creek Canyon Ranch, there is never a shortage of space for guests! YOUTH CAMP: A final major improvement on this exceptional property is a youth camp constructed by the Alm Family Foundation, which has served disadvantaged youth from the Los Angeles area for several years. Its award-winning design includes a lodge and commercial kitchen and several cabins and dormitories. The youth camp may or may not be continued in operation, as per the buyer's decision. CONSERVATION: The Nature Conservancy has acquired a conservation easement on 4595 acres of the ranch property. The terms of this easement allow for a 1000 square foot retreat cabin and a second youth camp facility to be constructed within the easement boundaries if desired. The conservation easement allows for the best of the natural features and the agricultural use of the land to be preserved for generations to come. RECREATION: The western Bighorn Mountains are filled with recreational potential. In addition to the world-class hunting and fishing on the ranch, horseback riding, hiking and backpacking is available in the adjacent Bighorn National Forest and its Cloud Peak Wilderness Area. Almost in the backyard is the Medicine Lodge State Archaeological Site, with informative displays, fishing and camping. Cody and a regional airport, the eastern gateway to Yellowstone National Park, is only 90 minutes away, and the famous hot springs at Thermopolis are only about an hour's drive. PRICE: Yes, those ancient Americans who first found Paint Rock Creek knew a good thing when they found it. We at Harrigan Land Company know a good thing when we find it, too, and Paint Rock Canyon Ranch is like no other place we've visited. If you're intrigued by this one-of-a-kind legacy ranch, we can meet you there for your introduction to a part of Wyoming that we're confident that you'll never forget.
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$4,500,000  •  2,079 acres
Exception cattle ranch and farming operation in northern Wyoming.
$1,395,000  •  645 acres
645 deeded acres with approx. 174 irrigated acres with the rest quality range land with development potential. 3 pivot sprinklers and a wheel line. 3 bedroom, 3 bath log home.
$600,000  •  130 acres
United Country Yellowstone Land Consultants is proud to announce the new listing of the Greybull Ranch, Big Horn County, Wyoming. Located just minutes from downtown Greybull, this is a private setting overlooking the Big Horn River, with 360 degree views. This property includes 130 deeded acres with lush irrigated alfalfa fields, and rolling hills rangeland pastures. Improvements include the expansive 4000 square foot owners’ home, detached heated garage with shop, horse corals and barn. The property is bordered by BLM, and has been historically utilized as a horse property and owners’ residence. The Greybull Ranch is comprised of 130 private acres framed by mature towering cottonwoods. The land is a ideal mix of manicured lawns and gardens surrounding the home, lush irrigated hay fields and rolling hills overlooking the Big Horn River and surrounding farm lands. With exceptional water rights there are 27 irrigated acres divided into five fields. Gravity fed from the Shell Canal the rich soils produce approximately 4 tons per acre of horse quality alfalfa. To compliment the hay fields there are 100 acres of rolling hills, ideal for horse pasture, or a small cow operation. Sitting on a bluff with spectacular views is the custom 3964 square foot house. Originally built in 1940, the house has been added onto and remodeled over the years. With two levels there are four bed rooms including a master suite, three bath rooms, living/dining room, family room, atrium with retractable roof, den/office, kitchen and hot tub room over looking the back yard. Overall, the house is in good condition and ready for a new owner to make their dream home. Just across the driveway from the kitchen door is the detached garage. This building is insulated and heated, and has ample room for two cars and a shop area. For horse owners there are corrals including a round pen and loafing shed.
$550,000  •  79 acres
Located between Greybull and the ranching community of Shell, Wyoming, is the Shell Valley Farm. With spectacular views of the Big Horn Mountains this 79 acre farm has excellent alfalfa hay production, with senior water rights. 77 Acres are irrigated all with gravity fed flood irrigation, eliminating the need from pumping. The property improvements include an historic 1920s 1541 square foot farm house, detatched garage and a large shop / equipment building. This farm is ideally situated 10 miles from Greybull, and 10 miles from the Big Horn National Forest, offering world class hunting, fishing, skiing, and unlimited recreation. This property is offered as part of the Red Canyon Ranch offering, and may be purchased separately or with the rest of the ranch. Contact Ted Harvey for more information.
$499,000  •  65 acres
Incredible views of the Big Horn and Pryor Mountains is what you will experience when sitting on your back patio of this contemporary western home. This smartly designed home flows from eat in kitchen to the vaulted ceiling great room, focusing on the river rock gas fire place. Nice horse set up with corrals, tack room/shop. Fields are fenced and cross fenced. Short 4-wheel or horseback ride to BLM. Attached garage is ready for future expansion. The laundry/utility room is off of garage and is plumbed for a second bathroom. Future plans could include one or two more bedrooms, great room and bathroom. Additional info and pictures in video tour.
$485,000  •  55 acres
The Byron Founder Farm is located just northwest of Byron, Wyoming. Byron is a smaller community known for its friendly atmosphere and community events that draw people from all over the region. The farm was originally owned by the family who the town of Byron was named after. The Byron Founder Farm is pivot irrigated with a pivot that is newer and in excellent condition. The irrigation water has an excellent water source, the Sidon Canal, that runs along the northern property boundary. The pivot runs off electricity. The cropland is located on a hill that slopes down into a level area that has recently had drains put in to help drain the soil. Wyoming is currently taking the steps necessary to produce hemp and hope to be able to grow hemp by 2020. This property would be ideal for hemp production. The property is located in an area with excellent pheasant and deer hunting with Byron Lake located just west of this property which brings wildlife and waterfowl through the area. There is a stand of trees on the property that would be perfect for a deer stand. It is located just east of Cody, Wyoming (Yellowstone National Park) and south of Billings, Montana at the top of the State of Wyoming. There is a 4-bedroom house located on the property that is in good condition and has excellent views of the surrounding mountain ranges from the deck. A two-car garage will keep your vehicles warm in the winter and cool in the summer. The home and 3 +/- acres can be sold separately subject to a survey. For questions on this property or to schedule a time to look at this property please contact Scott Crosby at 307-272-7421.
$125,000  •  44 acres
44 Acres with the Big Horn River running through the property. Fishing and hunting.
$454,000  •  16.98 acres
In the heart of Shell Valley just 10 miles East of Greybull, WY this beautiful rural property is situated at the foothills of the Big Horn Mountains. Total acreage is 16.98 (+/-) with approximately 8 acres (+/-) of flood irrigated cropland presently in alfalfa and 3 (+/-) acres of irrigated pasture. Improvements include a 2,292 (+/-) square foot home on two levels, 800 (+/-) square foot partially finished basement, 2.5 baths, 3 bedrooms, barn (24' x 36'), loafing shed and a machine shop (30' x 40'). The home has been updated with new flooring, paint, appliances and window treatments. The lawn has a sprinkler system. City water is supplied to the home and high speed internet is available.At the end of the road, this property borders thousands of acres of BLM land to the South and is a half mile from access to the Big Horn National Forest to the East. Right out of your back door you will enjoy unlimited opportunities to hunt, fish and explore the area via ATV, horseback or on foot. In the winter, drive a few short miles to the Big Horn Mountains and snowmobile hundreds of miles of groomed trails, ski Antelope Butte Ski Area or enjoy the peace and beauty of the mountains on snowshoes or cross country skis. Dinosaur enthusiasts can visit the Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite, which boasts the largest tracksite in Wyoming just 6 miles from the property.Located in one of the prettiest valleys in Wyoming, this property offers the sanctuary you long for. Step outside in the morning and hear pheasants, geese, sand hill cranes and doves. Sit on the deck in the evening and take in another breathtaking sunset as you watch your horses graze. Peace will surround you as the light at the end of the day touches the foothills of the Big Horn Mountains.Listing Broker must be present for all showings. 48 hour notice required. Buyer must provide pre-qualification letter from reputable financial institution before showing appointment will be set.
$399,000  •  12.75 acres
There’s something to be said for a place like this – a self-sufficient, private, secluded place where you can see miles upon sagebrush miles of coulees and breaks, and deer, antelope, robins, meadowlarks, mountain bluebirds, but not another soul. You can hear the live creek and pheasants calling, turkeys gobbling, Canadian geese honking, sand cranes bugling, hawks screaming, eagles whistling, and coyotes howling. There’s room for horses and ORVs that you can ride in any direction. This is a place where the nearby majestic mountains call, the sky is big and blue and one can air out both lungs, but also talk to God and thank Him for the blessings. This is a place where quality of life matters and life makes a little more sense, in its simplest and purest form. Located 18 miles east of Greybull, WY, this spacious four-bedroom, three-bath (2010) Schult 2280 sq. ft. modular home on 12.75 fenced acres adjoins BLM and is very close to the Bighorn National Forest. This property offers varied terrain – from a natural motocross course to grassy meadows with a scenic picnic area/oasis along Beaver Creek, which meanders through the property. There is a 30’ x 40’ x 16’ (1,240 sq. ft.) insulated, heated/cooled shop with 20’ x 40’ lean-to’s on each side housing a livestock area and a chicken house. A short distance away is a large corral. Nearby reservoirs offer boating, swimming and recreation. Private well, whole house water system, lawn with an underground sprinkler system, garden and livestock hydrants, and two French drains. A very private and comfortable home complete with live water, lots of wildlife, and excellent mountain views and great access to hunting and outdoor activities. This property is located just minutes for the proposed “Leavitt Reservoir Expansion Project” which will provide additional recreation, fishing and irrigation water. Water rights have been applied for. Bonus: This area of Wyoming offers tremendous fiber optic Internet service. There are no state income taxes! Did we mention the shop on this property? It’s ready to house your existing business!
$399,000  •  8.03 acres
8.03 acre horse property