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$3,900,000  •  16,175 acres
Open Lock Ranch for the price is an exceptional cattle, sheep and hay operation, ideally located in northern Wyoming. With public lands and private grazing, water resources and water rights, operations of this quality are hard to find. The ranch is secluded and private, yet accessible by county road and close to amenities in Cody, Worland and Thermopolis. The location, scenery, wildlife, and ranch operation all combine to offer a ranching lifestyle, not available in other parts of the country.
$7,390,000  •  16,000 acres
Rocking JR Ranch, just 35 minutes southeast Cody, exemplifies the best of what Bill Cody loved about this part of Wyoming. With over 16,000 acres (2,795 deeded) in its domain, the Rocking JR is a strong, diversified agricultural operation with significant bonuses of wildlife and a fishery as icing on the cake.
$3,499,999  •  3,872 acres
B & B Farms is highly productive 3872+/- Acre dry land farm with large parcels of expiring CRP. This is an amazing opportunity to own a large farm in a region of Wyoming where properties like this don't change hands often. The farm is located 7 miles East of Chugwater, Wyoming, and sits off HWY 313. B & B Farms is a turnkey operation with all the improvements an investor/farmer/or rancher needs. The headquarters includes a nice 4-bedroom 3-bathroom farmhouse. Along with multiple large barns with plenty of dry equipment storage. There are 13 Grain bins with 80,000-bushel capacity for grain storage. As well as two 500-gallon buried fuel tanks along with additional garage space for personal vehicles.As you make your way around the headquarters you can't help but notice the sense of pride the owner has taken over the years. From the clean and well-manicured landscape around the improvements, all the way down to the detailed organization of the shop. There is no question that pride of ownership, quality, and care have been implemented over the years. Ground Breakdown:2600 +/- tillable acres which have a historical yield of 30 bushel per acre wheat annually as per Seller.1300 +/- acres currently enrolled in CRP through September 2021. These parcels could either be re-enrolled, grazed, or taken out and tilled. The parcels are partially fenced and could be completed for a strong summer grazing pasture. Leases:$45,500 (approximately) annually- Current CRP payments$13,000 (approximately) annually -There is currently a wind lease on the farm although there are no windmills currently on the farm. $1800 (approximately) annually- Wyoming Game and Fish "Walk in Hunting" program.Dry Land Farm Ground could either be farmed by the producer, cash rented, or crop shared depending on the investor/farmer/or Rancher desires.Recreation:This region of Wyoming is located in Antelope Unit 34 which is home to large numbers of Antelope. The farm boasts great numbers of Antelope year-round. There are occasional mule deer, along with a heard of elk that frequent in the area during the fall and winter.Broker Comments:This is truly a great investment farm, that is priced for a good ROI. The options are endless for what a buyer could do on this property. You could continue the farming that is currently being done and take the expiring CRP and turn it into even more tillable acres. It would also make a great summer grazing ranch with a little fencing and water. The location between sale barns in either Torrington, WY or Fort Collins, Colorado makes it a perfect place to set up shop.For your own personal, qualified showing, please call either Jake Hyland (970) 227-8990 or Cody Jacks (307) 349-2215
$1,495,000  •  1,591 acres
The Quarter Circle Ranch is located in the Big Horn Basin in north central Wyoming and priced at only $1,495,000. With 1,591 +/- deeded acres and a BLM in common allotment, this property is ideal for a livestock operation. This area of Wyoming is known for its milder winters and productive ground. With panoramic views of the Absaroka Mountain range to the west and the Big Horn Mountain Range to the East, this ranch is in a picturesque setting located along Gooseberry Creek. Though Gooseberry Creek is not a known fishery, it is a good source of livestock water and irrigation water. Land along Gooseberry Creek provides good feed for livestock with areas of sub-irrigation. It also provides cover for livestock and is an excellent habitat for wildlife. Upland game birds, deer, and antelope make their home along Gooseberry Creek, which flows through the southern portion of this property for 4 +/- miles. There are nice working improvements on the property for livestock. A large feedlot built out of guardrail with livestock scales in a protected area provides a good area to feed cows or yearlings. Aanother set corrals can be used to work and/or ship livestock with an additional round corral built out of pipe. There are several outbuildings including a 2,920 sq ft shop and a 750 sq ft barn. There are two homes located on the property. One is situated along Gooseberry Creek and would be excellent as an additional family member home with 1,440 sq ft of living space. The main house is a 4 bedroom/2 bath modular built in 2016 and consists of 1,848 sq ft. It has a large deck that looks out over the fields at Gooseberry Creek. There are approximately 142 +/- flood irrigated acres of cropland. The property has been utilized for hay and grain crops as well as irrigated pasture for livestock. Irrigation water is delivered through a ditch system with dirt ditches and gated pipe providing water to the fields. Irrigation Water is provided by Gooseberry Creek with an early water right that is superior to those downstream. Owner rated at 120 AUMs, this property provides a feed base for both grazing and hay/grain production to operate a livestock operation year-round with some supplemental hay. Grazing land goes from creek bottom pasture to undulating hills in the north. The grass and salt sage on the rangeland provide good feed for livestock. Livestock water is provided by Gooseberry Creek, wells, and ponds and considered to be good. Property access is excellent with Gooseberry Creek Road, a low traffic paved highway, traveling through the property. For someone who enjoys hunting, the property does receive two landowner tags for deer and antelope. For the outdoor enthusiast, the Wind River Mountain Range, Big Horn Mountains, and Yellowstone National Park are all a short drive away providing numerous recreational opportunities and adventures. The ranch is located a short distance to Cody, Meeteetse, Worland and Thermopolis Wyoming. Whether you have always wanted to own a piece of Wyoming in the area of Buffalo Bill Cody’s stomping ground or are wanting to run your own livestock operation, this property will surely check all the boxes and be the location where the first generation of ranchers can start a legacy for the following generations. For questions on this property or to schedule a time to look at this property please call or text Scott Crosby at 307-272-7421.
$1,931,325  •  1,542 acres
Niobrara River Ranch is situated at the confluence of Bear Creek with the Niobrara River, including nearly two and half miles of river frontage. The ranch consists of 1,542± acres in Cherry County, Nebraska and is located 12 miles south of Cody. The terrain varies from rolling sandhills, river breaks, and productive flat ground. A 105-acre center pivot provides plenty of winter feed and the property also features a newly built home, shop and barn. Hunting is at premium with the forested Niobrara River breaks and bottoms. Wildlife include deer, elk, upland and migratory birds. This is an excellent ranch with new improvements and scenic value is at a premium. The Facts: ~ Located 12 miles south of Cody, Nebraska in Cherry County ~ 1,542± deeded acres ~ 105-acre irrigation pivot ~ Two electric high capacity irrigation wells, 800gpm combined ~ 125-animal unit year-round operation ~ 300-325 animal unit winter operation ~ Well balanced operation ~ New home, barn, shop, and pipe corrals ~ 2.5 miles of Niobrara river and timbered canyon breaks ~ Confluence of Bear Creek and Niobrara River ~ Excellent wildlife habitat, including deer, elk, upland birds, and waterfowl
$6,900,000  •  1,502 acres
The Bull Creek Ranch captivates the western soul as it is perfectly situated in the coveted South Fork Valley near Cody, Wyoming. Every aspect of the ranch shows pride in ownership from impressive and functional modern buildings to the conveniently irrigated cropland. The homes are quintessential South Fork capturing incredible views of the Absaroka Range and Carter Mountain. The livestock facilities are laid out for grooming, showcasing, and working. The hay operation benefits from efficient center pivots, envious machine shops, and large hay barns. The outfit thrives on dependable irrigation water from high mountain reservoirs as well as irrigation district canal water. With close proximity to millions of acres of public wilderness the ranch is home to the same species of game found in Yellowstone. Well-conceived improvements are carefully placed along Bull Creek which is central to the property including two very nice homes, two large equipment shops, and an enviable equestrian/livestock facility. This working and diversified ranch efficiently distributes valuable surface water rights using convenient pivot irrigation. Historically, the cropland fields produce racehorse quality hay that is shipped to states as far away as Kentucky. The setting and the infrastructure on the Bull Creek Ranch leave nothing to be desired. The Bull Creek Ranch is ideal for a registered livestock or equestrian estate The ranch holds 1,551 +/- total acres consisting of 833+/ deeded acres, 629+/- State leased acres, and 40+/- BLM leased acres located at the base of Carter Mountain. Approximately 306 +/- acres are irrigated under center pivot with additional acreage under side roll and hand line. The irrigated ground is currently planted in an Alfalfa grass or Timothy. Historically the operation sold certified weed free hay for use on federal lands as well as race-horse quality timothy hay that was shipped to abroad. One field produced barley under contract to Coors Brewing Company. Newly installed cross fencing makes the ranch ideal for year around livestock with a carrying capacity depending upon rotational grazing practices on irrigated and dry pasture supplemented with hay production on remaining fields and use of the 170 AUM public leases. Every aspect of the ranch shows pride in ownership from the well-maintained fields to graveled and paved roads. This ranch presents a buyer with a great opportunity to step into a world-class operation with all the improvements and infrastructure already in place. The Bull Creek Ranch is well watered with diversified sources including private rights to storage reservoirs on Bull Creek, three points of diversion off the Lake View Canal, two wells, and multiple springs. The South Fork Valley is rich in farm and ranching history, but the quality of this land also makes it prime for development giving a new buyer exit strategies down the road.
$8,900,000  •  1,000 acres
The Wood River Ranch consists of 1,860± total acres (1,000± deeded) lying 19 miles south of Meeteetse which makes it a comfortable 50 to 60 minutes from Cody. The Wood River passes through the lower reaches of the ranch for two miles providing exceptional trout fishing as well as irrigation water for approximately 400 acres of hay meadows and pasture. The main building compound is located above the meadows and a short distance from the county road. This exquisitely executed headquarters includes a magnificent lodge, two guest houses offering ten comfortable bedrooms, most with private baths, a manager’s home, and a large barn/equipment shop. These buildings are thoughtfully designed and of exceptional quality - all of a common vernacular. The land rises fairly dramatically from this more pastoral setting to the modest - but again exquisitely designed - owner’s residence that is well removed and occupies a prime ridgetop setting. The ranch climbs from here up through a series of ridges and small valleys into some truly picturesque and wild country that represents some of the finest elk habitat to be found in the state of Wyoming. There are springs, a trout pond, a rustic cabin and small streams as well as a pleasing combination of timber, aspens and open parks – impressive country indeed! This part of the ranch encompasses 640± acres of landlocked state land and a small BLM lease and adjoins the Shoshone National Forest. This represents the core of one of the finest family – or corporate – retreats we have ever seen. Since the ranch is currently being operated as a well-regarded guest ranch and hunting lodge, it also has two hunting camps inside the Shoshone National Forest and additional private leases which significantly expand the hunting and fishing resource. The Facts: ~ Location: Easy hour south of Cody near Meeteetse. ~ Acreage: 1,860± total acres (1,000± deeded) balance State and BLM. ~ Improvements: Exquisitely executed building complex including working facilities, ten guest bedrooms, a manager’s house and a magnificent lodge with commercial kitchen and multiple amenities. Also a very comfortable two bedroom two bathroom owner’s home. ~ Recreational Amenities: Terrific riding and hiking plus trophy quality big game hunting and outstanding trout fishing. ~ Water Resources: Two miles of the Wood River plus 400± acres of good irrigation rights and multiple trout ponds. ~ Scenery: River bottom meadows and riparian combine with dramatic mountain country with aspens and timber interspersed with open parks for grazing. ~ Operating Characteristics: Functions as a private retreat with hay and summer grazing or, at owner’s option, as a full-fledged commercial guest and hunting operation. ~ Summary: This is truly the complete package in a prime easy to access location.
$1,780,000  •  480 acres
480 acre ranch n the foothills of the Beartooth Mountains, borders National Forest and BLM. Creek, spring and two ponds. 1600 square foot, 2 bedroom, 3 bath home.
$1,100,000  •  454.17 acres
Rare offering of unimproved land with scenic frontage on the Southfork of the Shoshone. The Twin Creek Trail crosses the NE corner; thus, providing access to the National Forest. This is beautiful ground with exciting mountain and river vistas. BLM lands within the deeded acres. There is no legal access to the property.
$725,000  •  414 acres
Perfect for a horseman or cattleman, the Rifle Sight Ranch is a 414-acre property 9 miles west of Gering. Located in the North Platte River Valley near the Scottsbluff National Monument, this one-of-a-kind ranch sits in one of Nebraska’s most sought after areas. Each changing season of the year provides unique and breathtaking views. The bluffs surrounding the property provide unmatched privacy making for the perfect place to call “home”. The acres of rangeland included has proven to be the perfect place to raise all types of livestock including horses and cattle. Improvements on this ranch feature a nice 2,772 sq. ft., 3-bed, 3-bath ranch style home with finished basement and attached garage. The yard surrounding the home includes an automatic underground sprinkler system keeping the grass lush and green in the warm summer months. There are loafing sheds, a barn, an insulated shop with full concrete floor, as well as a solid set of continuous fence corrals. The grassland is cross-fenced into 4 separate pastures with pipeline water. Wildlife is abundant on the Rifle Sight Ranch providing for vast recreational opportunity. The surrounding terrain provides the perfect habitat for deer, as well as other game native to the area. This is a prime agricultural/recreational location in one of the most scenic parts of Nebraska. It is located just 90 miles from Cheyenne Wyoming, and 3 hours from the Denver International Airport in Denver Colorado. Contact Cody Nye at (308)760-8588 with any questions or to arrange a time to view the Rifle Sight Ranch.
$1,440,000  •  361 acres
361± acres in the foothills of Heart Mountain. Both irrigated and non-irrigated with 3 springs producing lush wildlife habitat and water for grazing stock. Electric, natural gas, and NWRW are available for the land. There are big beautiful views from all parts of the property - of Heart Mountain, McCullough Peaks, Carter Mountain, Rattlesnake and Cedar Mountains. The property offers the appreciated combination of privacy and convenience to Cody.
$969,000  •  298 acres
298 acres with over ½ mile of Eaglenest Creek meandering through the property creating a unique topographical environment for many wildlife species such as deer, upland game birds and fish. A modest 1284 sq. ft. home with 3 bedrooms, 1 full bath. There are approximately 175 irrigated acres with 140 irrigated acres under 2 TL 7 & 8 tower pivot sprinklers. The farm is currently leased.
$1,725,000  •  284 acres
Adjoins BLM on 3 sides. Brown Mountain is the backdrop. Fantastic mountain views! River frontage, pond, corrals, hay ground - this place has everything! 2 fireplaces, 2 water heaters, newer roof. 2 heating systems - GFA & GHW. Very private setting. 2 - 1200 gal cisterns that are spring-fed.
$3,900,000  •  178 acres
Minutes to Bandera, the ?Cowboy Capital of the World,? and only 45 minutes to San Antonio airport or San Antonio?s fine amenities and medical center, this ranch is amazing! Add the crystal-clear, sought-after Medina River with giant cypress trees, rock ledges, deep holes and fabulous rapids. Next, add both sides of your own crystal-clear, cypress-lined running creek with some of the finest trees in the county. Then, add another seasonal creek that is a must see. Gently rolling terrain has two large, improved pastures, tremendous views and, not just a big rock pile, but great usable land that is very horse friendly. This place is as good as it gets. A fabulous three-bedroom, three-bath, rock ranch home has Saltillo tile, granite kitchen, must-see porch views, extensive landscaping, outdoor kitchen and a two-bedroom, two-bath guesthouse. An equipment barn, six-stall horse barn, attached corral (36' x 54'), RV hookups, hard-surface roads to all structures, rock ranch roads and concrete creek crossings complete the package. Wow, this is all the best, and you must come see it for yourself! This place is ready to go. $3,900,000. Call Cody Soele, 210 705-3107.
$2,795,000  •  129.43 acres
The Triangle X Ranch has been owned for nearly 100 years by the same family. The location on the Southfork River offers spectacular mountain views, privacy, lush meadows, beautiful stretch of river and blue-ribbon fishing, wildlife and bird habitat extraordinaire, and boundary with National Forest land. Improvements include a spacious ranch house with attached garage and greenhouse, shop, RV barn, horse barn with tack storage, 2 round pens, riding arena, and squeeze chute. The careful maintenance of the land and improvements is evidenced throughout. Triangle X is a rare offering in an awe inspiring valley in Wyoming. Come to Cody and let us show you this treasure! *Note - survey shows129.43± net acres. County uses the meander line for boundary and reports 79.19 acres.
$519,000  •  120 acres
Creek, trees and privacy is offered on this unique 120 acre property in Clark, Wyoming at the base of the dramatic Beartooth Mountains. Delightful 456 sf cabin, 1 bedroom, 1 bath. Next to this cabin is a 1550 sf cement foundation ready for your new home. A septic system has been installed. 20 acres is in grass hay production with a total of 60 acres of adjudicated water rights.
$450,000  •  78.91 acres
Secluded 78.91 +/- acres on the south slope of Cedar Mountain bordered on two sides by BLM and Wyoming State Lands means privacy.Best of all it's only 4 miles from Cody up the South Fork Road Highway 291.Views up the valley of Carter and Sheep Mountains will astound you.Seller will provide easements for access and utilities, canal water rights may be applied for.This acreage has been owned by the T/P Angus Ranch for over 48 years and is ready for development, livestock and/or your dream home.
$4,900,000  •  73.88 acres
Majo Ranch is without question the signature property in the Upper South Fork Valley. Majo is that unique property that lies at the end of the road where private land ends and a massive wilderness complex begins. When one leaves the back gate of the Majo Ranch, one can follow the trail of thousands of migrating elk to the Thorofare Country adjacent to Yellowstone Lake in Yellowstone Park. Or one can head westerly ending up near Dubois, Wyoming or more northerly to Grand Teton National Park outside of Jackson. This area is known as the most remote region in the lower 48 states. It is only accessible on foot or horseback and is truly one of the most wild and dramatic landscapes one could imagine. The Majo is the doorway to these wonders. It consists of a 74± acre homestead parcel bounded by the river and national forest on one side, national forest on two sides, and one downstream neighbor. It has huge expansive downriver views with towering mountains dominating the skies in the other three directions. Besides the amazing diversity of wildlife, it offers miles of very-high quality trout fishing in the South Fork of the Shoshone River. The building complex is set in an impressive lawn with beautiful big trees. It includes eight cabins, a dining/kitchen building, and a historic “lodge.” Closer to the main entrance, there is an operating complex that includes a manager’s house, a shop, hay barn, and other miscellaneous outbuildings. In summary, an absolutely beautiful, very private family retreat at the end of the road.
$569,000  •  69.95 acres
69.95 irrigated acres with stunning mountain views
$1,495,000  •  62 acres
The Wapiti Valley Ranch is composed of 62+- acres with 11+- irrigated acres and 4 separate lodging units. Horse riding arena, tack shed, horse barn/equipment shed and a 100+ year old school house, pond & more. Adjacent to State land with access to a National Forest trailhead for horseback riding/hiking! Located 20 minutes from downtown Cody, Wyoming & 30 minutes from Yellowstone National Park.
$1,550,000  •  60.2 acres
Beautiful custom brick home on 50 acres with 19 acres of water rights, 1/4 mile from BLM access. Sage Creek runs through the property year-round giving each pasture a source of live water. The 4352 SF brick home has top of the line appliance a full walk-out basement. Mountain views from every room. Attached 2 car garage/shop. Outbuildings, corrals, irrigated pasture w/shelters.
$1,450,000  •  56 acres
Castle Rock Ranch is nestled in the fertile South Fork Shoshone River Valley overlooking Buffalo Bill Reservoir and the Absaroka and Carter Mountain Ranges south of Cody, Wyoming.
$475,000  •  50.47 acres
Very unique land in the TE Hills SW of Cody, Wyoming. There are special covenants allowing for passage to and use of the river frontage. This acreage is secluded with spectacular views of the river and mountains.
$400,000  •  47.87 acres
This is a fine parcel of irrigated land about 20 minutes from town. The majority of the boundary is with BLM, thus increasing the privacy of this acreage. Scenic mountain views. Apparent spring water, not developed. The crop is hay.