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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.
$19,950,000  •  6,599.05 acres
Located six miles southeast of Ten Sleep, the Red Reflet Ranch can only be described as one of the most complete diversified recreational ranches that we have had the honor of representing. It operates on over 28,500 acres, which consist of a series of large deeded tracts (nearly 6,600 acres) with critical resources tied together with thousands of acres of public lands on which the ranch has grazing privileges. The lower end of the ranch adjacent to the paved highway from Ten Sleep contains the 5,000 foot paved and lighted airstrip, fuel depot, hangar and two houses for staff or pilots. The heart of the ranch includes the lodge and guest facilities, 580± acres of productive irrigated meadows, and a complete set of operating improvements and staff housing to support both a 500 animal unit cattle operation and a highly successful and profitable guest ranch. The ranch also includes stables and an indoor arena that support both the guest ranch and an equine training operation. The ranch rises from there to the very top of the Bighorn Mountains - an elevation change of approximately 3,800 feet. The ranch owns thousands of acres of deeded lands on top of the mountains that support summer grazing for the cattle operation as well as a location for a comfortable off the grid cabin for the use of the ranch guests. While the current owners do not offer hunting as part of the guest ranch experience, these lands offer extensive private hunting opportunities for deer and elk for the current owner and their friends. In summary Red Reflet currently offers a viable livestock operation and a profitable guest ranch business. It is important to note, however, that the facilities were designed to equally accommodate a family or corporate retreat as they include multiple free-standing homes and a magnificent lodge with an impressive owner’s suite on the top floor. The Facts: ~ Location: Six miles southeast of Ten Sleep. ~ Acreage: 28,667± with 6,600± deeded. ~ Acreage Breakdown: 580± irrigated, balance native range and building sites. ~ Improvements: Extensive - magnificent lodge, four guest houses, mountain cabin, six staff homes, bunkhouse, shop, stables, indoor and outdoor arenas, gym, pool, lighted tennis court. ~ Operation: Profitable commercial guest ranch plus 500 AU cattle operation currently leased to neighbors. ~ Wildlife: Also extensive - including significant deer, elk and antelope populations – outstanding hunting. ~ Water: Water rights in Spring Creek plus nine artesian wells, two of which flow 900 GPM and two flow 600 GPM. The smallest flows 80 GPM. Amongst the most dependable water in Wyoming. ~ Terrain: From sagebrush range to irrigated meadows to spectacular red canyons and foothills to rolling grassland on top of the Bighorns which is interspersed with groves of aspen and timber. ~ Summary: An incredibly diverse recreational retreat ranch with near 3,800 feet of elevation change. Extensive and beautifully executed improvements operating profitably with guests and cattle.
$5,575,000  •  4,706 acres
The Double H is a classic Wyoming working mountain ranch that lies along the west slope of the Bighorn Mountains running 300 plus cows along with replacement heifers and bulls. This is a historic range livestock operation that chooses to purchase rather than raise hay. It runs on over 13,000 acres of which 4,706± is deeded. The headquarters are tucked into an intimate valley with meadows lying along Crooked Creek from which it has an early 1885 water right. The ranch has a natural transition from lower 4,800 feet pastoral country through a series of scenic canyons that give way to the open grasslands that lie between and at the head of these valleys as they open up while gaining elevation to 7,000 feet. The uppermost pastures rise toward the top of the mountains. The comfortable improvements include an 1890s dovetailed log ranch home and log bunkhouse along with the recently refurbished historic barn, a new garage/shop combination and new horse shed that are well-kept showing real pride of ownership. Wildlife is prolific and prospers in this broken country with lots of wildlife habitat and protection. Elk and deer hunting is exceptional along the Bighorns. The Facts: ~ Location: 20 paved miles south of Ten Sleep. ~ Acreage: 13,000± acres of which 4,706± is deeded. (balance BLM and state) ~ Improvements: Comfortable and well-kept buildings including a historic ranch home, bunkhouse for guests, barn, garage/shop, corrals and calving facilities. ~ Operation: 300 plus cows, replacement heifers, bulls and horses. ~ Wildlife: Excellent hunting opportunities for mule deer and elk. Qualifies for landowner tags. ~ Water: Crooked Creek runs down through the middle of the ranch with a water right for 70 acres of meadows. A 16-mile pipeline system provides stock water. ~ Summary: Nicely improved, easy operating mountain ranch in beautiful diverse terrain.
$5,900,000  •  3,255 acres
Cow camp with 3255 deeded acres with 341.6 adjudicated water rights. Lost Creek, Deep Creek, Cherry Creek.