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$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.
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$4,000,000  •  8,200 acres
$5,000,000
Rosebud South RanchThe 8,200-plus acre Rosebud South Ranch lies immediately east of State Highway 314, approximately 45 miles north of Sheridan, Wyoming. It consists of a series of coulees and small valleys that rise from the Rosebud Creek valley to the high divide that separates the Rosebud Creek valley from the Tongue River valley. This is reputation grass country watered by natural springs that puts big gains on calves and yearlings. The natural geography of this country with its brushy draws and lightly timbered hillsides also offers great cover for wildlife, and the ranch has good populations of mule deer and growing populations of elk – not to mention good upland bird habitat. Dryland hay can be cut on approximately 68 acres of meadows, but this is primarily an unimproved grass ranch with no structural improvements – truly an uncut diamond.The Facts:8,200± total acres with 7,200± deededPrimarily deeded, blocked, contiguous grass ranchWatered by natural flowing springsEstimated to carry 500 cows for a seven-month seasonNo structural improvementsLocated at Kirby, Montana and 45 miles north of Sheridan, WyomingReputation ranching countryExcellent mule deer and upland birdsFirst time offered to public 
$2,800,000  •  7,481 acres
CLOSING STATEMENT It is our privilege to present the Onion Creek Ranch to select buyers on behalf of the owner and we than you for the opportunity to present this exception grass ranch to you. This ranch represents an exceptional opportunity in today’s ranch market.
$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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$14,495,000  •  6,713 acres
BIGHORN MOUNTAIN RANCH The Bighorn Mountain Ranch is an excellent piece of high country heaven with excellent views, wildlife and privacy.  This 6,713 +/- acre mountain ranch consists of excellent cabins and lodges, rolling grass-covered hills and meadows that are cut by deep tree-covered canyons and game filled bluffs.  The vast ranch is completely surrounded by BLM and National Forest lands of Bighorn Mountain Range, which typically gives public access into sensitive areas of ranches.  However, this is not the case on this offering.  In fact, the deeded land protects and controls most access to all of approximately 30,000 acres.  With control of so many acres, this ranch definitely lives BIG!  Started by the Flitner family in 1906 on a homestead known as Cow Camp, the Bighorn Mountain Ranch has grown over the last 100 years, adding surrounding acreage and encompassing over 20 square miles. Decades full of cattle drives, wildlife management efforts, new construction, recreational memories and hundreds of untold stories lie within the boundaries of this ranch. Now, for the first time, this legacy property is on the market. This ranch location, just 80 miles from Sheridan and 80 miles from Cody, gives the property access to the outside world.  Locally, the town of Greybull offers all services and a good 7,000 foot runway at the local airport.  For the air enthusiast and possibly the pilot, the current owner has installed two heated helicopter pads for year around access at the ranch, which is just a short 10-minute flight via helicopter from Greybull.  Shell, Wyoming is just below the ranch, and it offers some services and basic provisions as well. Known for the abundance of fossil shells located in the area, nearby exposed formations such as the Cloverly Formation and the Morrison Formation have yielded numerous fossils of dinosaurs and other animals. LAND AND CATTLE The terrain is what makes Bighorn Mountain Ranch so special.  Rolling hillsides covered with excellent grass for both stock and wildlife make the bedding areas in the canyons and the trees even better.  The owners are some of the best land stewards, and their efforts and management of this land has established grazing capacity for livestock and elk to an all time high.  It is estimated that around 3,500 elk travel this region, and between 1,500 and 2,000 elk use the ranch and its adjoining public land frequently.  The current owners graze cattle in the summer months on the neighboring public land leases.  Bighorn Mountain Ranch is offered with BLM leases and a current cattle lease in place with a local rancher.  The land and wildlife management from the current owners include, but are not limited to the following: light intensity grazing, moving cattle out of elk areas prior to season, development of a world class water system with pipes and tanks, and the building and upkeep of excellent improvements. WATER AND FISHING White Creek runs through the ranch, offering excellent small trout fishing with beautiful Brook Trout. Shell Creek on the northern border of the ranch is accessed at the ranch entry and offers trophy trout fishing on public land.  This area of Wyoming is home to some of the best brown and rainbow trout fishing anywhere. The property’s water system that Mr. David Flitner developed and engineered on the ranch is unlike any I have seen.  Starting from an adjudicated spring, with over 20 miles of buried pipe and numerous ponds, the ranch’s water system has a great amount of infrastructure and allows for delivery of water to pastures and areas on the ranch as needed.  It also provides for several tanks and good wildlife water and has greatly increased the overall capacity on the property for both wildlife and cattle.  You will have to see it to believe it, it is truly an excellent and critical resource.  HUNTING AND WILDLIFE Among other species, elk hunting is incredible on this variable terrain property. The current owners lease the hunting to a professional outfitter and the emphasis on this hunting is for management and quality.  They pay a great amount of respect to how it is hunted to ensure the animals “feel safe”.  Our team witnessed this while on the ranch the past couple of visits.  We were able to see and enjoy one bachelor group of bulls in full velvet of approximately 50 bulls.  The hunting method and the terrain suits many hunting abilities as they set up and wait for the animals to come out in the morning and evening from the dense bedding cover of the tree filled canyons.  The ranch is located in Wyoming Game Hunting Unit 41 and tags for all species can be applied for during specific seasons.  The ranch is also home to good Mule Deer, Sage Grouse, Blue Grouse and some Huns. The lower country in the Shell Valley is also home to many different species of wildlife giving diversity seldom seen anywhere.  Pheasants, Chukar, Huns, Turkey, White-tailed deer and antelope to name just a few… CABINS AND IMPROVEMENTS The Lodge at Bald Ridge is described as “that perfect spot” by landowner Mrs. Paula Flitner.  The very well constructed log home overlooks a nice pond and over 100 miles of endless views and the deep canyon carrying White Creek.  The improvements at Bald Ridge consist of a 5-bedroom, 4-bath log home with commercial kitchen, dining room, relaxing living area, wrap-around deck, large wood burning fireplace and beautiful setting.  Next door to the lodge is a the cookhouse cabin which has an excellent commercial kitchen and a beautiful deck with views, plus sleeping quarters for two.  There is also an outdoor cooking area with a great firepit and grills.  The property also has three cabins that sleep 4-6 with full baths and good privacy and views.  The lodge at Bald Ridge and these other improvements are affectionately called the “Upper Hideout”.  The Snowshoe Lodge and Cabins is another complete set of great improvements on the ranch with a main lodge and three smaller cabins.  The main lodge is a three-bedroom structure with three baths and offers all the amenities of home.  A very well appointed home with a custom kitchen and excellent appliances and great room with dining area lead out onto a view of the forest and a beautiful valley.  The three-story log structure includes wet bar in the basement and excellent bedrooms and baths.  Adjoining the lodge on the lower level is a walk-in sauna for guests to enjoy year around.  The three other small log cabins sleep 2-4 and are very well equipped with baths and small kitchen areas.  The Snowshoe Lodge and cabin area also has an excellent garage for auto and ATV storage, along with a walk-in cooler for big game care after harvesting an animal.  This set of facilities is “just right” in the wild of Wyoming.  Power and luxury with peace and solitude!  And last but not least for improvements is the “Cow Camp” cabin, a quintessential Wyoming homestead that is dripping with the history of this great family. David Flitner tells stories of his grandfather and father and hired hands utilizing this early 1900’s restored cabin. David shared some of his first memories of childhood from Cow Camp, leaving me jealous and ripe with envy.  Situated on a south-facing slope, the cabin includes a piped-in spring fed water source, a fenced corral and pens used for horses and cattle.  The cabin has power ran to it and has been restored for all weather use. (They are even building a new outhouse!) It is just something you have to see to believe! Writing about this property is difficult because of the depth and history involved in this family and this area.  We are looking for someone who is passionate about the land and the wildlife that wants to begin this ranches next “generation” of stewards.  I am proud to represent such a fine ranch and a fine family and hope that the next owners will love it for another 100 years.  Give me a call for a private showing of this excellent opportunity. There is also an additional 440 acres available within 2.5 miles Southwest of the ranch called Grisham Ranch. Contact Dax Hayden for more information.  
$4,500,000  •  2,079 acres
The Red Canyon Ranch is located in Shell Wyoming, in the shadow of the Big Horn Mountains. Comprised of 2079 deeded acres, plus nearly 22,000 acres of BLM, State of Wyoming and Big Horn National Forest grazing leases.This is one of the finest cattle ranch operations in Northern Wyoming. The scenery, wildlife and awe-inspiring beauty of the ranch and surrounding mountains is hard to beat, anywhere in the Rocky Mountains. The operation is divided into three parcels, each of which compliment the others. The ranch is set up to easily run 300 cows year-round. The ranch combines quality range-land pastures, with State, BLM and highly coveted National Forest grazing leases, which allows for an exceptional grazing program. Unlike most ranch properties, the Red Canyon Ranch's exceptional year-round grazing, nearly eliminates the need for feed hay through the winter months. As a result, the current owners sell most of the 1000 tons of high-quality alfalfa hay produced on the ranch each year. For the hunting minded buyer, this Wyoming Cattle Ranch has some of the best, elk, deer and antelope hunting in the state, and qualifies for land owner tags for each species. Other wildlife on the ranch and in the surrounding public lands are black bears, moose, turkeys, pheasants, and grouse. The land on the ranch varies from lush irrigated pastures and hay fields to rolling range-land pastures, to high mountain passes on the Big Horn National Forest grazing lease allotments. Many cattle ranches of this size and capacity in Wyoming start at much higher prices. The quality of the cattle and farming operations, wildlife, hunting and recreational opportunities and quality of life in northern Wyoming found on the Red Canyon Ranch simply cannot be found anywhere else. This is a ranch offers Buyers a chance to build a western lifestyle to last for generations. Listing ID: 49005-00003
$660,000  •  696 acres
If someone wants privacy & isolation, this is it! About 2 miles of the Big Horn River and both sides of Sheep Mountain! BLM lands on 2 sides. Great wildlife area-turkeys, deer, chukar, etc. Waterfowl hunting, fishing, boating, close to Yellowtail Rec Area. Great views of the Big Horns! Floor to ceiling rock fireplace. 2 wells and 3 ponds. A must see! 3 parcels for a total of 696± ac.
$1,490,000  •  645 acres
The Beaver Creek Ranch is located on Beaver Creek in Shell Wyoming, at the base of the western slope of the Big Horn Mountains, one of the west’s most spectacular back drops.  With an elevation of about 4200 feet, the dramatic accent of the Big Horns, just a few miles east, rise abruptly to Cloud Peak at just over 13,000 feet. There are literally thousands of acres of some of the nation’s most pristine and scenic National Forest and public lands right through the gate of the Ranch.   Lying on the lower reach of Beaver Creek as it winds its way through the ranch to Shell Creek, the productive hay meadows have the benefit of a perfect climate to raise some of the country’s finest alfalfa hay. Approximately 1+ mile of Beaver Creek travels through the 140+ acres of meadows on the ranch and feed the reservoirs that supply irrigation to the pivots, gated pipe, and wheel lines that the systems utilizes. The high bench above the meadows allows the utilization of the remainder of the deeded lands and a contiguous 350+ acre B.L.M. permit for grazing.   The 2900 square foot, 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath ranch style home sits in the shade of huge mature cottonwoods on the bank of Beaver Creek. Finding a better site to live anywhere in the west would be a tall order. A bunkhouse, tack house and Quonset style shed as well as storage and equipment sheds provide adequate room for quests and equipment. The corrals were designed with the horseman in mind and are equipped with frost free waterers and loafing sheds.  Access to the ranch is via Highway 14, about 15 miles east of Greybull Wyoming. Greybull is a town of approximately 1800 people lying on the banks of the Big Horn River. This small ranching town offers some great amenities including a quality school system and hospital.   The wildlife in the area includes nearly all the species of big game and birds that call Wyoming home. On the ranch and in the lands surrounding it, wildlife enthusiasts will hunt, photograph, or view them, in some of the dramatic landscapes in the world. If it’s fishing, hunting, hiking, horseback riding, or just viewing the countryside, Beaver Creek Ranch offers you the opportunity to enjoy the best there is in the west. 
$1,429,000  •  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.
$1,100,000  •  240 acres
240 Acres bordering BLM and creek frontage
$1,300,000  •  150 acres
Amazing views from this 150 acre ranch with two homes and approximately 125 irrigated acres. One of the homes sits on a hill overlooking the property. This beautiful home is 2,181 square feet, built in 2010 and consists of 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room/dining room and kitchen. Walk out onto the patio from the dining room for a little barbecuing. The living room has floor to ceiling windows with mountain views and a gas fireplace as a centerpiece. The large master suite has sliding glass doors to a patio. Other features of this home include vaulted ceilings, wood and tile floors, an attached 2 car garage, landscaping and more. The second home was built in 1940 and is 1,290 square feet with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. Just to name a few of the outbuildings on this 150 acre property, a 3200 sq. ft. shop, a 2560 sq. ft shop, and a grain bin. A great horse property that is fenced and borders BLM, close to the Big Horn Mountains. Additional 20 acres available.
$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  •  39.23 acres
Hard to find 39.23+/- acres with 35 +- acres of irrigated farm ground close to Lovell, Wyoming and near the Foster Gulch Public Golf Course.
$458,000  •  16.98 acres
The Shell Valley Horse Gem property is a rural residential property offering unobstructed views of the Big Horn Mountains and the Shell Creek Valley. This is an ideal property for horse enthusiasts with flood irrigated cropland providing feed for winter months and sprinkler irrigated pasture providing feed from spring until fall. Total acreage is 16.98 with approximately 8 acres being irrigated cropland and 2.50 acres being irrigated pasture. Improvements include a 2,292 square foot home, with 2.5 baths and 3 bedrooms, a 1,296 square foot barn for livestock, a livestock shed and machine building. With thousands of acres of BLM bordering the property to the south and the Big Horn National Forest directly to the east, the opportunities to explore and hunt are limitless. The BLM land is the location of dinosaur activity with the BLM managing the Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite, a short distance away, where the largest tracksite in Wyoming is located. In the summer you can hike and fish in the Big Horn Mountains, visit Shell Falls, hike through countless rock formations in the area, or travel to Yellowstone National Park. In the winter you can travel a short distance to the Antelope Butte Ski area, hit a cross country ski trail, go snowshoeing in the mountains, or go snowmobiling in the mountains which are known for good snow, differing types of terrain and safe conditions. Fish in the nearby Shell Creek, Big Horn River or the Greybull River. The property is located within minutes of downtown Greybull or Shell. The property is served by city water which is reported to be very good water and has high speed internet. Whether you are retiring or working in the area, this property has the calming views at dusk that can help you relax on the deck as you look over a property where horses are laying in the pasture, deer are feeding in the hay, pheasants are cackling while they fly in from the cattails nearby, and the last rays of sun dance on the Big Horn Mountains. For questions on this property or to schedule a time to look at this property please contact Scott Crosby at 307-272-7421.
$399,000  •  8.03 acres
8.03 acre horse property