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$48,000,000  •  87,517 acres
Wild Horse Basin Ranch is an incredible classic Wyoming Ranch totaling 87,517+/- acres. With over 33,144+/- deeded acres and 54,373+/- leased acres located within the best of Wyoming’s wide-open spaces. The landscape is impressive, with four creeks meandering through the grassy pasture bottoms providing grazing opportunities and wildlife habitat. Stunning 360-degree landscape views are visible throughout the property.
$3,800,000  •  18,996 acres
Under Contract
Located approximately 10 miles north of Powder River, Wyoming the Flory Sullivan Ranch is a large, low-overhead, grass ranch consisting of 7,652± deeded acres, 8,615± BLM lease acres, and 2,729± State of Wyoming lease acres. This 18,996± contiguous acre ranch is a balance of grass-sage flats and scattered evergreens along Notches Dome. The ranch’s carrying capacity is owner-rated for 3,500 Animal Unit Months which equates to 290 pairs year-round. Water is provided by a year-round stream that is fed by a 3.5 million gallon per day oil/water separator, two wells, multiple seasonal reservoirs, and several springs. Improvements on the ranch are modest and include a set of corrals, a 5,000 sq. ft. shop, and a 1,872 square foot manufactured home built in 2004. The perimeter fence is four and five strand barbed wire in good condition. There is a 500± acre internal pasture, but no other cross-fencing. Wildlife includes mule deer and antelope.
$1,296,000  •  2,082.5 acres
Located in the Big Horn Mountain range, the Ramage Mountain Pasture consists of 1,080± deeded acres, 882.5± BLM lease acres, and 120± State of Wyoming lease acres. The terrain of the ranch is high mountain hills and draws with the elevation varying from 7,770 to 8,745 feet above sea level. Springs are scattered in the bottoms of the draws and feed several year-round streams. Wildlife is abundant and includes elk (Area 120), mule deer (Area 34) and antelope (Area 73). This property has historically qualified for landowner hunting tags. The mountain grass is highly sought after by livestock producers and the property has historically been used to graze sheep from late June through mid-September. The property is owner rated for 200 cow/calf pairs of summer grazing. This property lacks insurable access and has a conservation easement in place, the terms of which can be found on the Clark & Associates website. Owner financing is an option on this property.
$1,900,000  •  2,036 acres
Under Contract
Located approximately 50 miles southwest of Kaycee, Wyoming in the Big Horn Mountain range, the Spring Creek Mountain Pasture consists of 1,080± deeded acres and 956± BLM lease acres. This 2,036± total acre property is a balance of grass valleys and steep evergreen covered hillsides at an elevation between 8,000-8,500 feet above sea level. This mountain property is home to many species of wildlife and may potentially qualify for elk, mule deer, and pronghorn landowner hunting tags. Multiple hunt areas merge on the property: Elk 48 & 120; Deer 34 & 35; and Pronghorn 73 & 115. Spring Creek meanders through the property for nearly three miles and is home to brook trout. A portion of the Spring Creek Mountain pasture known as Kidd Lake creates a wetland and pond which in years past was a larger lake home to perch. Hazelton Road and 33 Mile Road provide access to the property which lies in both Natrona and Washakie counties. The property has historically been used as grazing for 150-200 head of cattle from June to September and it is perimeter fenced and cross-fenced into two pastures. Just two miles from the headwaters of the Middle Fork of the Powder River, the Spring Creek Mountain Pasture features and placement in the Big Horn Mountains make it an excellent sporting and recreation ownership opportunity. Access should be considered seasonal depending on winter snow accumulation levels.
$79,000  •  40 acres
This 40 +/- acre parcel is located 10 miles north of Casper, Wyoming in the B.B. Brooks Ranch Development. Just 6 miles east of I-25, the property directly borders over 25,000 acres of BLM and State land. Hidden along a private draw at the end of the private road, this property has great opportunity for rural housing development or can be left as is with access to public land that has poor surrounding public access.