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$3,300,000  •  5,371 acres
High quality, high protein grass ranch. 4,411± deeded acres, 320± BLM leased acres, 640± State of Wyoming leased acres. Majority of exterior fences are four-strand barbed wire. Cross-fenced into five pastures. Eight private wells; five currently in use. Three windmills; two rebuilt in 2015. Three-mile pipeline supplies water to approximately 11 tanks. Owner has historically run 300 cow/calf pairs. In 2017 the ranch generated $93,000 in grazing and hunting leases. Reclaimed rock quarry with electrical service. Older 1,700 sq. ft. home with two bedrooms and one bathroom. Propane and wood heat. Detached, oversized 2-car garage or mechanics shop with a green house. Reduced Price: $3,300,000 Contact Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 or Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 for more details.
$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
$1,808,550  •  2,917 acres
Located 15 miles west of Wheatland, Wyoming, the Marble Quarry Creek Ranch is a productive grass ranch featuring 1,927± deeded acres, 160± State of Wyoming and 830± BLM lease acres for a total of 2,917± acres. The ranch is owner-rated at 350 yearlings or 125 to150 cow/calf pairs during the summer months. The grass is a variety of hard grass species which typically yields weigh gains of 1.8 to 2 pounds per day on yearling cattle. Water resources are from one electric well and six solar wells with two seasonal creeks, Marble Quarry and Widowmeyer, running through the property. The ranch is cross-fenced into three pastures. Most fences are four-wire barbed with steel and wood posts and are in new to good condition. There is a set of shipping corrals with a semi-load out on a good gravel road. The Marble Quarry Creek Ranch is a scenic, foothills property that offers productive ranch ground while being in close proximity to town.
$1,795,000  •  1,922.27 acres
The Indian Springs Ranch has been owned by the same family since 1921 and is owner-rated at 90 to 120 cow/calf pairs year-round or approximately 200 head of yearlings during the summer months. The productive grass ranch features 1,842± deeded acres, 80± State of Wyoming for a total of 1,922± acres and is located 15 miles west of Wheatland, Wyoming. Water resources are from one well, three seasonal creeks: Dry Laramie, Pine Ditch and Wagonhound as well as numerous springs. The ranch is cross-fenced into four pastures. Fifty percent of the exterior fences are new with four-wire barbed with wood posts. The property features an older ranch home, lean-too, corrals and windbreaks with deep grass meadows and sweeping views of the Laramie Mountains. Price: $1,795,000 Contact Cory Clark at (307) 334-2025 or Scott Leach at (307) 331-9095 for more details.
$5,400,000  •  545 acres
The Shepard Farm & Feedlot consists of two parcels totaling 546± total acres. Three pivots, the feedlot, and improvements, located on the north parcel on Drake Road, consist of 396.47± deeded acres which the south parcel with the pivot and located on Cole Road includes 149.29± acres. There is a custom home with approximately 3,000 sq. ft., an office/older home along with numerous support buildings included with the feedlot. The feedlot is currently rated for 6,000 head and could easily be increased to a 10,000 head facility. The farm and feedlot have been designed and equipped to be operated conveniently with low cattle stress and a small cowboy crew. All well/water, EPA and DEQ permits are compliant and up-to-date. The four pivots have historically produced corn, sorghum, alfalfa and native grass. The productive soil in Platte County provides a consistent supply of high-quality commodities. This farm is located in a Federal Opportunity Zone and may be eligible for preferential tax treatment.