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$14,995,000  •  92,000 acres
92,000 total acres, including approximately 25,000 deeded acres Several miles of the legendary North Platte River Low overhead ranch with excellent annual income potential Trophy elk, mule deer, antelope, upland birds, & waterfowl Outstanding cattle ranch with fishing, hunting, & investment opportunities Several miles of the fabled North Platte River grace the southern end of the Haystack River Ranch, just outside of Rawlins, Wyoming. A legendary history of native Americans, fur trappers, railroaders, and outlaws enliven the legacy of this part of Wyoming, and Haystack River Ranch lies in the middle of it all. With over 92,000 acres controlled in a combination of deeded and leased land, this vast property is a proven low overhead cattle operation, with notable fishing and hunting opportunities, along with intriguing investment potential in the domains of energy leasing and environmental credits. The North Platte River is the key to the productivity of Haystack River Ranch. The river supplies irrigation water for several hundred acres of irrigated and sub-irrigated meadows, which is the mainstay for the cattle operation on the property. In addition, numerous springs and 30 stock ponds keep livestock supplied throughout the ranch property. The ranch occupies the broad North Platte River bottomland at approximately 7000 feet elevation, along with the adjoining uplands and rocky Haystack Mountains. A mix of natural and irrigated grasslands, sagebrush, and rocky outcrops creates a classic "Wyoming mix" of habitat that serves big game herds of pronghorn, elk, and mule deer well. Hunting for these big game species, plus upland birds and waterfowl, is excellent on Haystack River Ranch. Trout fishermen need no introduction to the North Platte, as one of America's great trout rivers. It is large enough on the ranch to be fished either by floating or wading, and offers resident populations of brown, rainbow, and cutthroat trout, and even some walleye. The presence of sprawling Seminoe Reservoir a few miles downstream means that trophy-sized fish make their way up to Haystack River Ranch on a regular basis. The chances of hiking into fish measured in pounds is very real at Haystack River Ranch! In addition, the famed Miracle Mile of the North Platte is only a short drive away, as well as outstanding stillwater fishing in Seminoe Reservoir itself. Haystack River Ranch has proven to be a successful cattle operation due to its hay production, low overhead, and significant contiguous acreage available. Approximately 25,000 acres are deeded, and 40,960 acres are permitted BLM lands. A private lease from Anadarko of 23,527 acres and a small state lease complete the 92,447 acres controlled by the cattle operation. All told, the property supports over 9,000 AUMs. Historically, cows and calves have been turned out to pasture in the spring in the northern part of the ranch, and cows are wintered in the southern portion. Supplemental feeding is generally required from December through April. In recent years, the ranch has supported a yearling operation and is well suited for that as well. Improvements on the ranch are geared towards an efficient cattle operation, and include two homes, a calving and vet barn, feedlot, horse barn and various outbuildings. Lying in generally open country, OHV or horse access is good throughout the property. Haystack River Ranch can be operated successfully as an efficient cattle business with few changes or can be seen as an investment opportunity with recreation, wind power and conservation potential. The ranch is currently under a multi-year cattle lease offering very attractive annual income possibilities to a new owner. The hunting and fishing opportunities here could be marketed, and lodging constructed to support them. Wind rights, valuable in southern Wyoming, come with the property, and conservation easements or carbon credit opportunities could be an effective way to produce income as well. Rawlins, a hub community of about 8,000 people, is located just southwest of the ranch. It is the county seat of Carbon County and has all amenities of a small city, including an abundance of retailers, restaurants, a hospital. The area is rich in history, including the original transcontinental railroad as well as being one of the haunts of outlaw Butch Cassidy and his gang. Today, the Wyoming Frontier Prison Museum is a popular attraction. Rawlins is well-connected to the rest of the world via Interstate 80, one the nation's major transportation arteries, and its municipal airport. Haystack River Ranch shines as a fine opportunity for investment in a proven cattle ranch, with low overhead to keep it profitable. Investment growth may well be found in capitalizing on wind, recreation, and conservation. But in the end, perhaps the greatest asset of this property is the North Platte River itself which will for generations will nourish the land, cattle, wildlife, and not the least, trout that are as legendary as the river itself.
$45,000,000  •  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.
$64,900,000  •  33,934 acres
Old Sundance Ranch is 29,060 deeded acres located west of Sundance, Wyoming. The ranch has historic improvements and offers excellent haying and grazing opportunities. Inyan Kara Creek runs through the property, offering excellent habitat and livestock water. This area of Wyoming is known for its beauty and recreation.
$19,900,000  •  13,371 acres
Located minutes from Cheyenne, Wyoming Large undeveloped ranch with investment, development & conservation opportunities Excellent year-round cattle ranch Fenced, cross-fenced, & easily accessible year-round Big game includes antelope, mule deer, & elk Located only minutes west of Wyoming’s capital city, Happy Jack Ranch is composed of over 13,000 acres of rich grasslands that once supported vast herds of bison, and now keep a large herd of Black Angus cattle fat and happy. The twenty square miles of the ranch are configured almost fully in a single block positioned squarely between the outskirts of Cheyenne and the recreational magnets of Curt Gowdy State Park and the famous Vedauwoo Rocks climbing area. Simply put, as a beautifully situated, turn key cattle ranch with fabulous access and development potential, Happy Jack Ranch has few peers. When the nation’s first transcontinental railroad, the Union Pacific, passed just south of the present ranch in 1869, the region was already well-known for its bison herds and nomadic Native American tribes that followed them. Today, tipi rings arrowheads can still be found on the ranch. With the completion of the railroad, cattle ranchers, attracted by the easy terrain and rich grasslands, quickly settled. Over the generations, several ranches were consolidated into what became known as “the finest ranch in Laramie County,” a proud legacy that Happy Jack Ranch inherits. With four small creeks on the ranch, and several developed springs and wells, the ranch remains productive even in dry years, and in wet years is a verdant paradise. In addition to the natural grasslands, 400 acres are flood irrigated hay meadows. Fully cross-fenced into 30 separate rolling pastures and meadows, Happy Jack Ranch is ideally set up for rotational grazing. Presently it supports 400 AUMs per year, and is operated primarily as a cow/calf operation. Herds do remain here year-round, but supplemental feeding is required in the winter. The ranch headquarters contains the owner’s home, a large barn, shop, calving barn and other buildings. Two additional corrals and loading chutes are located in the more remote sections of the property. As a largely unbroken tract of land about 9 miles by 4 miles, Happy Jack Ranch is frequented by herds of mule deer and antelope, and migrating waterfowl are attracted to its numerous ponds. Elk and moose may also be sighted occasionally and a variety of small game. Lake fishing is popular at nearby Granite Springs and Crystal Lake Reservoirs, and some of the water sources on the ranch could be developed into trout ponds as well. Large ranches that are located almost adjacent to urban commercial centers (or capital cities, no less) are as rare as diamonds in ash heaps, but such is the case of Happy Jack Ranch. Only 13 miles west of Wyoming’s capitol building, it is ideally situated for development opportunities. Housing developments already exist on the northern and southern boundaries of the property. Cheyenne continues to grow, and the ranch is easily reached from there year-round via paved State Route 210. Alternatively, a conservation easement could preserve the ranch much as it is, with significant tax credits. Outdoor recreation opportunities abound in the area, including hunting and fishing, snowmobiling, rock climbing, camping, and mountain biking. The recreational bonus here includes the urban opportunities of Cheyenne, such as golf, soccer, softball, swimming, and basketball. Cultural events abound in Cheyenne, the chief being Cheyenne Frontier Days, with its world-class rodeo. We at Harrigan Land Company know of few ranches with as unique a combination of large size, turn key cattle ranch amenities, and proximity to a growing urban area as Happy Jack Ranch. If your vision includes running several hundred head of cattle or making an investment in Cheyenne’s growth, we’d love to show you the possibilities hidden in the rolling grasslands of Happy Jack Ranch. Contact Dennis Magnusson for more information: 307-640-6431 or dennis@
$14,750,000  •  9,830 acres
– Located minutes from Cheyenne, Wyoming – Large undeveloped ranch with investment, development & conservation opportunities – Excellent year-round cattle ranch – Fenced, cross-fenced, & easily accessible year-round – Big game includes antelope, mule deer, & elk When the nation’s first transcontinental railroad, the Union Pacific, passed just south of the present ranch in 1869, the region was already well-known for its bison herds and nomadic Native American tribes that followed them. Today, tipi rings arrowheads can still be found on the ranch. With the completion of the railroad, cattle ranchers, attracted by the easy terrain and rich grasslands, quickly settled. Over the generations, several ranches were consolidated into what became known as the finest ranch in Laramie County, a proud legacy that Happy Jack Ranch – East inherits. With four small creeks on the ranch, and several developed springs and wells, the ranch remains productive even in dry years, and in wet years is a verdant paradise. In addition to the natural grasslands, 400 acres are flood irrigated hay meadows. Fully fenced and cross-fenced, Happy Jack Ranch – East is ideally set up for rotational grazing. Presently, it is operated primarily as a cow/calf operation. Herds do remain here year-round, but supplemental feeding is required in the winter. The ranch headquarters contains the owner’s home, a large barn, shop, calving barn and other buildings. Two additional corrals and loading chutes are located in the more remote sections of the property. As a large unbroken tract of land, Happy Jack Ranch – East is frequented by herds of mule deer and antelope, and migrating waterfowl are attracted to its numerous ponds. Elk and moose may also be sighted occasionally and a variety of small game. Lake fishing is popular at nearby Granite Springs and Crystal Lake Reservoirs, and some of the water sources on the ranch could be developed into trout ponds as well. Large ranches that are located almost adjacent to urban commercial centers (or capital cities, no less) are as rare as diamonds in ash heaps, but such is the case of Happy Jack Ranch – East. Only 13 miles west of Wyoming’s capitol building, it is ideally situated for development opportunities. Housing developments already exist on the northwestern and southern boundaries of the property. Cheyenne continues to grow, and the ranch is easily reached from there year-round via paved State Route 210. Alternatively, a conservation easement could preserve the ranch much as it is, with significant tax credits. Outdoor recreation opportunities abound in the area, including hunting and fishing, snowmobiling, rock climbing, camping, and mountain biking. The recreational bonus here includes the urban opportunities of Cheyenne, such as golf, soccer, softball, swimming, and basketball. Cultural events abound in Cheyenne, the chief being Cheyenne Frontier Days, with its world-class rodeo. We at Harrigan Land Company know of few ranches with as unique a combination of large size, turn key cattle ranch amenities, and proximity to a growing urban area as Happy Jack Ranch – East. If your vision includes running several hundred head of cattle or making an investment in Cheyenne’s growth, we’d love to show you the possibilities hidden in the rolling grasslands of Happy Jack Ranch – East. Happy Jack Ranch is being currently being offered in three configurations. Contact Dennis Magnusson for more information: 307-640-6431 or dennis@
$4,950,000  •  6,284 acres
Located approximately 19 miles southwest of Laramie, Wyoming and surrounded on three sides by the Laramie Mountains, the Spiegelberg Springs Ranch consists of 6,281± total acres of which 5,019± acres are deeded and 1,262± acres are State of Wyoming lease acres. With water rights consisting of 21± CFS (200 AF of storage) and a reliable well with over 7 miles of pipeline, this well-watered ranch is owner rated at 300 head of mother cows year-round with a reliable hay base. Approximately four miles of live water via Spring Creek and Sand Creek create elk and moose habitat for the hunting enthusiast while an 89-surface acre private lake provides exceptional recreational opportunities including fishing, jet skiing and water skiing. With great access off Brubaker Lane and a very functional set of improvement this would make a tremendous year-round cattle operation with exceptional recreational opportunities.
$5,000,000  •  5,784 acres
In the majestic landscapes of Campbell County Wyoming, where rugged terrain and phenomenal water infrastructure converge, the Mankin Hunting Camp offers an extraordinary opportunity for outdoor enthusiasts and ranch connoisseurs alike. Spanning approximately 5,784+/- acres, the ranch comprises 2,494+/- deeded acres and an additional 3,290+/- leased acres.
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$8,268,000  •  5,512 acres
$14,000,000
The Spaeth Ranch is comprised of 6,472± total acres not only overlooking the city of Gillette but also connected to the city limits of Gillette with approximately 480 acres interior to the city Limits. Being inside the city limits gives access to city utilities, including but not limited to gas, electric, water, and sewer. Gillette is the third largest city in Wyoming by population. It offers all major conveniences and a large variety of name brand restaurants and services, as well as commercial air service. The well-blocked ranch includes 5,512± deeded acres, 820 acres of State of Wyoming grazing lease and 140 acres of BLM lease. The majority of the ranch consists of a rolling and broken topography ideal for cattle grazing, along with 80± acres of sub-irrigated hayfields. The north end of the property connects to Highway 51 as one of three of the ranch's main access points. The southern portions of the ranch are accessed by well-maintained graveled Union Chapel County Road. Lastly, the farthest west side of the ranch is accessed from paved Southern Drive, also a well-maintained county road. The majority of the ranch encompasses rolling grass hills in all directions, with livestock water wells throughout and Donkey Creek, a live water source that runs year-round along the northern boundary. Donkey Creek provides a water source for livestock and is a draw for wildlife which, of course, enhances the big game and upland bird hunting. The ranch boasts healthy populations of big game, including mule deer, whitetail deer, and antelope. The hilltops offer distant views of the Bighorn Mountain range just 50 minutes to the west towering over the town of Buffalo, Wyoming. Anchoring the ranch and contributing to its long term value is its connection to the thriving economy of Gillette. Having some acreage within the city limits assures that any long term development potential will be realized. One unique feature of Gillette is that the primary water source providing its residents their water is a large well into the prolific water-producing Madison formation to the northeast of town that is piped to the city. The ranch’s improvements are modest and include multiple older outbuildings and a main home appropriate for year-round living and ranch management. The corrals are a mixture of wood and pipe construction and are in good working condition equipped with livestock water. Overall, the ranch is well-watered with livestock tanks offering multiple access points to fresh water for all wildlife and livestock. The Facts: ~ Adjacent to Gillette with 480± acres inside the city limits ~ Commercial air service to Denver three times daily ~ Excellent long term development potential ~ Excellent grazing for livestock ~ Multiple fresh water sources ~ Excellent big game and bird hunting ~ Multiple outbuildings (managers home, barns, and corrals) ~ Easy access from multiple county roads and state highway ~ Excellent operating grass ranch in the city limits of Gillette
$5,310,000  •  3,540 acres
– Located minutes from Cheyenne, Wyoming – Large undeveloped ranch with investment, development & conservation opportunities – Excellent year-round cattle ranch – Fenced, cross-fenced, & easily accessible year-round – Big game includes antelope, mule deer, & elk Located only minutes west of Wyoming’s capital city, Happy Jack Ranch – West is composed of approximately 3,540 acres of rich grasslands that once supported vast herds of bison, and now keep a large herd of Black Angus cattle fat and happy. The ranch is easily accessible off HWY 210 and a well-maintained county road and located squarely between the outskirts of Cheyenne and the recreational magnets of Curt Gowdy State Park and the famous Vedauwoo Rocks climbing area. Simply put, as a beautifully situated cattle ranch with fabulous access and development potential, Happy Jack Ranch – West has few peers. When the nation’s first transcontinental railroad, the Union Pacific, passed just south of the present ranch in 1869, the region was already well-known for its bison herds and nomadic Native American tribes that followed them. Today, tipi rings arrowheads can still be found on the ranch. With the completion of the railroad, cattle ranchers, attracted by the easy terrain and rich grasslands, quickly settled. Over the generations, several ranches were consolidated into what became known as the finest ranch in Laramie County, a proud legacy that Happy Jack Ranch – West inherits. Fully fenced and cross-fenced, Happy Jack Ranch – West is ideally set up for rotational grazing, and is operated primarily as a cow/calf operation. Herds do remain here year-round, but supplemental feeding is required in the winter. Happy Jack Ranch – West is frequented by herds of mule deer and antelope, and migrating waterfowl are attracted to its numerous ponds. Elk and moose may also be sighted occasionally and a variety of small game. Lake fishing is popular at nearby Granite Springs and Crystal Lake Reservoirs, and some of the water sources on the ranch could be developed into trout ponds as well. Large ranches that are located almost adjacent to urban commercial centers (or capital cities, no less) are as rare as diamonds in ash heaps, but such is the case of Happy Jack Ranch – West. Only 13 miles west of Wyoming’s capitol building, it is ideally situated for development opportunities. Housing developments already exist on the northern and southern boundaries of the property. Cheyenne continues to grow, and the ranch is easily reached from there year-round via paved State Route 210. Alternatively, a conservation easement could preserve the ranch much as it is, with significant tax credits. Outdoor recreation opportunities abound in the area, including hunting and fishing, snowmobiling, rock climbing, camping, and mountain biking. The recreational bonus here includes the urban opportunities of Cheyenne, such as golf, soccer, softball, swimming, and basketball. Cultural events abound in Cheyenne, the chief being Cheyenne Frontier Days, with its world-class rodeo. We at Harrigan Land Company know of few ranches with as unique a combination of large size and proximity to a growing urban area as Happy Jack Ranch – West. If your vision includes running cattle or making an investment in Cheyenne’s growth, we’d love to show you the possibilities hidden in the rolling grasslands of Happy Jack Ranch – West. Happy Jack Ranch is being currently being offered in three configurations. Contact Dennis Magnusson for more information: 307-640-6431 or dennis@
$18,875,000  •  3,360 acres
3,360 deeded acres with senior water rights Three miles of excellent fly fishing on the Little Laramie River Elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, moose, turkey, bear, & more Adjacent to Medicine Bow National Forest Ranch house, manager’s/guest house, wedding/entertainment barn, corrals, garage, shop, & outbuildings 20 minutes from Laramie, Wyoming & regional air service Tucked away in an unspoiled ranching valley in southern Wyoming is the Little Laramie River, one of the state’s best-kept secrets – a trophy trout fishery only 2.5 hours from Denver. Approximately three miles of this fabulously productive river runs through Bow Fiddle Ranch, a cattle operation spread over 3,360 acres of irrigated and sub irrigated meadows, cottonwood bottomlands, and native rangeland. The ranch’s elevation of 7,600 feet keeps the water and the summers cool, ideal for producing both fat cattle and big rainbows and browns. The Little Laramie can be considered an ideal freestone river and a wild trout fishery, as a mid-sized 30-foot wide river with excellent tree cover and an enticing mix of riparian habitat. Located well upstream in the valley, Bow Fiddle Ranch is also protected from significant irrigation draw-downs, and is bordered by private ranches both upstream and downstream. Fly fishers in particular will find the Little Laramie an ideal stream in which to wade and cast dries, nymphs, and streamers to browns and rainbows that exceed 16 inches, and many of which grow up to several pounds. Local outfitter Erin Hale has fished this property for several years and offers this assessment: “In 12 years of guiding clients in Wyoming, Colorado, and Idaho I have experienced many of the best fisheries in the west. The three-mile stretch of the Little Laramie River that runs through the Bow Fiddle Ranch in Wyoming is on another level. Wading this river offers a diversity of habitat from undercut banks, skinny riffles to deep oxygenated runs that keep wild browns and stocked fish healthy and happy. The prolific bug hatches of mayfly, caddis, stone and salmonfly make for a dry fly fisherman's liquid heaven. The Bow Fiddle is a unique fishery that I have enjoyed guiding on with novices and experts alike.” Big game also thrives on the ranch and the adjacent Medicine Bow National Forest. Pronghorn, mule deer, and elk frequent the property, along with moose and black bear on an occasional basis. The ranch borders three miles of the Medicine Bow National Forest to the south, and it controls most of the access to the northern slopes of Sheep Mountain, a regional landmark. As a cattle operation, the Bow Fiddle Ranch excels. The ranch has a successful history as the summer home to about 800 yearlings, and the stock grows well on the rich grass diet on the ranch. Miles of buck and rail and barbed wire fencing, a newly constructed shop, outbuildings, and corrals round out the agricultural improvements and the ranch is well-accessed via an intricate network of roads. The buildings on the ranch are well-kept, historic, and luxurious. The ranch house, with three bedrooms and two baths, was originally built in the early 1900s but has been recently updated and renovated, including the additional of a new detached garage. The ranch manager’s or guest home, built in the late 1800s, is on the edge of the river and includes two bedrooms and one bathroom. A historic barn has been recently renovated to accommodate weddings and its upgrades include a large entertaining area, great room with fireplace and modern kitchen. This structure is in demand for weddings, entertainment, and group retreats. The Centennial Valley remains one of the finest historic ranching areas in Wyoming. Filled with large ranches and scenic views, it is easy to forget what century you are living in. History abounds on every hand, but recreation remains a draw as well, with hiking, hunting, and horseback opportunities in the nearby National Forest in the warmer months, and in the winter, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and downhill skiing at the Snowy Range Ski Area, only minutes away. A couple of miles west of the ranch lies the small community of Centennial, and one of Wyoming’s largest communities, Laramie, is under a 30-minute drive away. Laramie offers a full complement of businesses, medical facilities, and services, and is home to the University of Wyoming. As such, it offers cultural and athletic events throughout the year. The Laramie Regional Airport has daily flights to Denver, which itself is a 2.5-hour drive from the ranch. Bow Fiddle Ranch is one of the finest ranch/fishing properties in Harrigan Land Company’s roster. A superb location in an historic valley, a solid cattle operation, abundant wildlife, and second-to-none river fishing make this property a blue-ribbon winner among Rocky Mountain ranches on the market today.
$5,900,000  •  2,969 acres
The Powder River Hunting Ranch is a wildlife gem that lies in Johnson County, halfway between Buffalo and Gillette, Wyoming. The Ranch totals 2993 +/- acres consisting of 2069 +/- deeded acres, and another 924 +/- BLM lease acres. The Powder River runs through the west edge of the Ranch and Fortification Creek winds its way through the middle of the Ranch from front to back, all combined to create the perfect hunt!
$4,500,000  •  2,800 acres
2,800 deeded acres Three miles of Middle Sybille Creek & two large lakes Trophy elk, mule deer, & antelope hunting Year-round county road access 30-minutes from Laramie With over 2800 acres to its credit, Sybille Ranch north of Laramie, Wyoming, is an ideal haven for elk, pronghorn, and trout. Sportsmen with an eye toward an unspoiled and undeveloped piece of the Laramie Mountains with underutilized hunting and fishing resources would do well to have Sybille Ranch in their sights. With great year-round access and power nearby, this property begs for the addition of a cabin or lodge to transform it into a retreat to satisfy the hunter and angler in search of a remarkable Wyoming retreat unscathed by the passage of time. The southern end of the Laramie Mountains is a mix of rolling grasslands, picturesque granite outcrops, and occasional groves of limber pine. Sybille Ranch, at about 7500 feet, includes all of these features, plus over 3 miles of Middle Sybille Creek, which is key to the big game and the trout that live here. Three reservoirs along the creek and numerous other springs and seeps serve as permanent water sources for large herds of both pronghorn and elk. Hunting is consistently good for both of these species on the ranch, with herds of elk frequently numbering in the hundreds. Over the counter cow elk tags make annual success a virtual certainty. The reservoirs of Sybille Ranch have been stocked with brook, rainbow, and brown trout, and were once leased by a fishing club. With the passage of 15 years since, some of these trout have undoubtedly grown to stunning proportions! Both shore and float fishing are possible here, with a chance of small stream fishing for brookies as well. This 2806-acre ranch has been leased to a neighboring ranch for summer cattle grazing, which is enhanced by an additional 160 acres BLM lease. This use could continue, along with its hunting and fishing opportunities, but the property really cries out for the addition of a lodge near its western boundary (power is 1/2 mile distant), or an off-grid cabin on the shore of one of the lakes. Year-round access is available in the southwestern quarter of the property via State Highway 34 and County Road 12. Boasting a great private feel, Sybille Ranch is nonetheless very convenient to Laramie, only 30 minutes away, and Cheyenne, Wyoming’s capital, is 90 minutes distant. Laramie, as one of Wyoming’s larger cities, has all of the expected amenities, plus the bonus of the University of Wyoming, and the cultural opportunities that it brings. At Laramie, Interstate 80 and Laramie Regional Airport keep you easily connected with the rest of the world. With its excellent big game hunting and trophy stillwater fishing already in place, Sybille Ranch is “good to go” as an excellent big game and fishing location. With a bit of vision and the addition of a cabin or lodge, it might become your Wyoming dream destination for decades to come. Contact Dennis Magnusson for more information: 307-640-6431 or dennis@
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$530,000  •  2,688 acres
$550,000
15.58 +/- Acres, 3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathroom, 2688 square foot home. 30x40 Garage/shop, dog run, and some corrals for livestock!
$3,500,000  •  2,402.64 acres
The Niobrara County Irrigated Farm & Ranch is situated approximately 7 miles northeast of Lusk, Wyoming. The property consists of 1,882.64± deeded acres and 520± acres of State of Wyoming lease acres, for a total of 2,402.64± contiguous acres. Of the deeded acres, 260± are irrigated under two low-pressure center pivots with the north pivot currently planted in grass for high-intensity rotational grazing and the south pivot planted in alfalfa. The balance of the acreage consists of heavily sodded grazing land. Historically, the currently owners have grazed approximately 150 cow/calf pairs on the property during the summer months. A domestic water well provides water to several tanks located throughout the property via an underground pipeline. There is a large 3,200 sq. ft. pole barn located on the property.
$15,950,000  •  2,238 acres
2,238 deeded acres with access to thousands of acres of landlocked national forest Tons of water with several miles of year-round creeks, springs, ponds, wells, & tanks Trophy elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, turkey, & bear hunting Brand new home, three large shops, & six hunting cabins Well-maintained hunting, recreational, & cattle ranch Great access minutes from Sundance, Wyoming The legendary Black Hills of northeastern Wyoming are the home to the meticulously managed 2,238-acres of Ranch of Our Lady, a magnificent haven for both big game and cattle. Adjacent to Black Hills National Forest and only a short drive to several National Parks and Monuments, Ranch of Our Lady is in the heart of some of the greatest scenic attractions in the West, yet is eminently accessible via Interstate 90. Including many brand new ranch improvements and lovely home, Ranch of Our Lady is ready to shine as a hunting and recreational ranch with a well-run cattle operation. The Black Hills of Wyoming and South Dakota need little introduction to most Americans as the home of Mount Rushmore National Park and scenic hills and valleys long sacred to the Sioux tribe. On the western side of this heavily-forested range lies Ranch of Our Lady, which is adjacent to several parcels of Black Hills National Forest, giving the ranch an even larger feel than its generous 2,238 acres. At roughly 5500 feet, native vegetation includes many acres of heavy ponderosa pine forest, pockets of aspen, oak and birch, interspersed with verdant grassy meadows. The water resources on Ranch of Our Lady are outstanding, which includes the live water of South Miller Creek and two solar and two electric wells that feed an intricate water system throughout the property. With excellent habitat and abundant water, wildlife flourishes on the Ranch of Our Lady, including both whitetail and mule deer, bear, and turkey, and especially trophy elk, many of which reach the 330+ inch category. Carefully managed for years for wildlife values through careful forest thinning, selective hunting, and thoughtful grazing practices, the ranch has become a haven for trophy elk hunting. Located in a general elk area, over the counter elk tags are available for residents and landowner elk and deer tags for non-residents. As a cattle operation, Ranch of Our Lady supports about 200 cow/calf pairs in the summer and is fully equipped with newly fenced pastures, eight new stock tanks, corrals, and three new pole barns at important areas of the ranch. For the hunting operation, six new hunting cabins are dispersed throughout the ranch, three elevated hunting stands have been constructed, and 18 miles of trails for horseback or OHV riding connect it all together. The ranch headquarters features a new Western log home of 3,531 square feet on two levels and includes an oversized two stall heated garage and shop. With high end fixtures and furnishings, including a deluxe hot tub, it is perfect as a year-round home or luxurious hunting retreat. The small town of Sundance, with basic services, is only about 8 miles to the southeast, and the region’s metropolis of Rapid City is about an hour’s drive east on Interstate 90. Air service is available at both Rapid City and Gillette. Recreation abounds in the area, with fishing in the streams of the Black Hills and Keyhole Reservoir, hiking and horseback riding through the National Forest, and the world class attractions of Devil’s Tower, Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument, and Wind Cave located nearby. In addition, history buffs can spend years exploring the mining town of Deadwood, pondering the Vore Buffalo Jump, and retracing famous Sioux battles. Harrigan Land Company believes that Ranch of Our Lady is one of the best-managed ranches for that we have had the privilege to list. Thousands of those who have known the Black Hills universally attest to their spell. The Sioux knew it first, followed by generations of miners, cattlemen, and tourists. We’re convinced that a visit to this premiere hunting, cattle, and recreational ranch will bring you under the irresistible spell of the Black Hills as well.
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$1,191,000  •  1,985 acres
Whitney Pasture - Newcastle, WY 1,985 acres - $1,191,000 Good summer pasture unit on the rolling plains of northeastern Wyoming between Newcastle and Lusk. 1,985 deeded acres in one contiguous block with several water sources. The high-protein native grasses are known to typically yield excellent gains for cattle. Located in an area renowned for mule deer and antelope hunting, as well as dinosaur digs, the ranch is situated southeast of Newcastle, about a 45-minute drive. It has good county road access via Roxson Road and is 12 miles west of Highway 85. The land is adjacent to State & BLM lands on two sides. !! Property Highlights !! * Pastureland between Newcastle & Lusk. * 2 Wells & shared waterline. * Adjoins State & BLM lands. * Good gravel access. * Electric runs through the property. * Dinosaur exploration license in place until mid-2025. * Mule deer, antelope & prairie dog hunting. Visit ArnoldRealty.com for maps and more information or call Jim Pederson at 307-746-2083.
$10,500,000  •  1,907 acres
The Tongue River Refuge is a very private 1,907± deeded acre ranch only ten minutes north of Sheridan. It features a diverse topography ranging from an alluvial river bottom lined with hay fields that transition into rough canyons thick with junipers and ponderosa pines. The 330± acres of irrigated meadows are fertile and productive, producing 2-3 tons per acre of mixed grass/alfalfa hay that provides balance to an owner-rated 150 animal unit ranch. In addition to this approximately 330 acres of land with excellent water rights, there is an additional 273± acres that can be irrigated with the use of an underground pipeline system with water rights newly developed from the abundant groundwater. Anchoring the ranch is approximately three miles of the Tongue River that winds along the northwestern boundary. Access to the river provides onsite fishing for both warm and cold-water species as well as being home to waterfowl and upland game. It also offers recreation in the form of kayaking, innertube floats, and more. The ranch provides habitat for most all big game species known to Wyoming as well as countless birds of prey and the birds and animals that are a part of their diet - including but not limited to sharp-tailed grouse, sage grouse, and Hungarian partridge, to name a few. There is a healthy population of predators to witness as well due to the current wildlife management of the owner. Ranging from as small as minks and weasels to foxes, coyotes, and the rare wolf sighting. Black bears, bobcats, and mountain lions are also commonly seen. The owner’s residence is a modern three bedroom, four bathroom, 3,164 square foot “cabin” on the river with expansive views that extend to the Bighorn Mountains. Additionally, the ranch has a guest cabin and over 10,000 square feet of other well-kept outbuildings for irrigation equipment storage and other ranch implements. Anchoring the livestock operation is a 4,800 square foot Morton building, with an interior shop, multiple overhead doors, storage, bathroom, night calving arrangements, interior corrals, chicken coup, and an attached thoughtfully designed outdoor corral system that works well for sorting and shipping livestock. The ranch has miles of an underground pipeline that is permitted to carry water throughout the property to many strategic locations for crop growth, consequently making what is typically dry land into aesthetically pleasing with lush green irrigated land. The pipeline was initially constructed to deliver the coal-bed methane (CBM). Additionally, there were millions of dollars invested in an internal scoria road system and buried electrical lines. Electrical hubs exist for every 80-acre tract. The footprint from former CBM extraction is minimal in visual appearance but massive in terms of capital infrastructure. This minimal impact, combined with massive useful infrastructure and water development, is unique to the Tongue River Refuge. Most ranches having had CBM production in the early 2000s did not benefit as the Tongue River Refuge has with such extravagant infrastructure with a post-CBM use to benefit the land. The Facts: ~ Location: Ten minutes north of Sheridan on State Highway 338. The ranch maintains extreme privacy yet is very close to one of Wyoming’s most sought-after small cities with commercial air service. While private and in the “country,” it has the convenience of excellent access. ~ Acreage: 1,907± deeded acres. ~ Breakdown: Diverse landscapes from river bottoms lined with cottonwoods, irrigated fields, rolling hills of native grasses, sagebrush, and sandstone rock formations leading into draws and canyons full of both deciduous and evergreen trees. Of the deeded acres, 330± are formally irrigated, and an additional 273± acres are newly permitted for aesthetic or functional use of CBM water. ~ Water: Three miles of the Tongue River, multiple freshwater springs, wetlands, and reservoirs - both naturally occurring and man-made. ~ Fishery: Excellent warm water species and seasonal trout fishing can be great. ~ Wildlife: The wildlife is extensive and varies from songbirds to upland game birds and many species of birds of prey. Small game animals are very prevalent such as prairie dogs, rabbits, raccoons, foxes, coyotes, black bears, bobcats, and mountain lions. Wildlife includes big game hunting populations of mule deer, whitetail deer, and pronghorn antelope. One also encounters the occasional elk or moose. ~ Description: Well-improved, highly-diverse river bottom ranch with adjacent foothills and canyons and big views of the Bighorns. ~ Improvements: Modern cabin-style main residence with three bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and a powder room. The guest home is in the middle of the ranch with electric heat and running water, capable of long or short stays. Excellent working facilities for livestock designed for a large-scale cattle operation. ~ Summary: The ranch is the perfect mixture of a gorgeous river bottom, adjacent foothills, and canyons, all with amazing mountain views and close proximity to town and its amenities. In addition, it is a well-improved small operating ranch with a massive amount of water.
$18,500,000  •  1,749 acres
Crazy P Ranch is one of the most thoughtfully developed ranches in the eastern foothills of the Big Horn Mountains. Located approximately 15 miles south of Buffalo, Wyoming, the ranch is comprised of 1,749± total acres of which approximately 1,429± acres are deeded, 280± acres are State of Wyoming leases, and 40 acres are a Bureau of Land Management lease. Lush fields attract an abundance of wildlife including whitetail deer, mule deer, elk, antelope, sharp-tailed grouse, Hungarian partridge, pheasants, and turkeys. Live water in Muddy Creek provides some technical fishing opportunities for large trout. The “next level” improvements are second to none in the area and include a well-designed main home, a meticulously planned equestrian barn along with an outdoor arena, round pen, horse runs, hot walker, and paddocks. Working improvements on the ranch are all in good condition and include employee housing, a calving barn, a shop, and corrals. With exceptional panoramic scenic qualities, unlimited outdoor sporting opportunities, and agricultural production, Crazy P Ranch offers a unique opportunity to invest and share the enjoyment of an extraordinary luxury ranch rarely found in this area.
$1,500,000  •  1,680.86 acres
Located south of Casper Mountain are 1,680.86± total contiguous acres of scenic and private mountain property. With 280± deeded acres and 1,400.86± State of Wyoming lease acres, this beautiful property offers topographical diversity ranging from high ridges with and without tree cover to heavily sodded pastures. The topography provides excellent habitat for wildlife which include elk, mule deer, antelope, and upland birds. The property also qualifies for landowner tags. The property is perimeter-fenced and divided into two pastures. Water is provided by a new solar well that feeds two stock tanks near the corrals, and two seasonal stock reservoirs. The well reached water at approximately 100 ft. and is estimated to be 98% pure artesian water. Seasonal access is open to vehicles, generally June through January of each year with all-terrain vehicles needed during the winter months.
$2,500,000  •  1,383.2 acres
The 3 Bar Ranch was established in 1933 and is being offered to the public for the first time in 91 years. The ranch encompasses a total of 1,383.2± deeded acres offering endless possibilities for exploration and adventure. Located just 14.5 miles northwest of Laramie, Wyoming, the ranch offers convenience of proximity to town while offering the seclusion and peace that only a ranch in Wyoming can offer. Enjoy fly fishing and other recreational opportunities along nearly three miles of the Little Laramie River and Brown Creek, indulge in waterfowl hunting, and utilize the lush meadows for hay production. The ranch has traditionally run 250 cows September through May and produced 600 tons of hay. The blend of high plains pasture paired with the low laying areas and irrigated ground add to the flexibility of any operation. Abundant wildlife and native flowers adorn the land, providing glimpses of Wyoming’s natural wonders, including pronghorn, deer, waterfowl, beavers, muskrats, and other native creatures thriving within the willow habitats. Two Rivers Road intersects the north end of the ranch, offering year-round access via county road. This ranch does not have any buildings but offers multiple building sites to build your dream home or lodge. Access to power can be found along Two Rivers Road as well. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a pristine stretch of the Little Laramie River just minutes from town. Whether you’re seeking a private retreat, a thriving ranching operation, or a captivating piece of history, this remarkable property offers it all. Don’t miss your chance to immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty and unmatched tranquility of this extraordinary ranch.
$1,020,750  •  1,361 acres
The Prairie Center Ranch is located approximately 32 miles northwest of Torrington, Wyoming. The ranch consists of 1,361± deeded acres and is rich in history, dating back over 100 years. It is being offered to the open market for the first time since it was homesteaded. The six interior pastures are watered via two windmills along with two additional solar wells. The electric well is located off the subject property, but is used with a shared water use agreement and provides water to an underground pipeline which serves six stock tanks throughout the ranch. Historically, the current owner has grazed approximately 80 cow/calf pairs during the summer months.
$1,799,000  •  1,282 acres
The Jamerman Ranch is located about five miles north of Jeffrey City, Wyoming just north of the Sweetwater river. The ranch has been a small cattle operation, that represents the way ranching life was in the past. The property is split in two parcels on both the east and west sides of a granite mountain, featuring plenty of room for livestock, and hosts game of all sizes! Whether it be hunting and fishing, raising cattle, this one delivers!
$3,950,000  •  1,268.32 acres
The K-2 Ranch is highly unique – truly “one-of-a-kind”. It consists of two dramatic sections, 1,268± acres in total, one of which adjoins the Shoshone National Forest which offers extensive private access into some of the best wilderness country in the Lower 48. Conversely, K-2’s valleys and canyons offer seasonal protection and refuge for the wildlife that make this wilderness their home. In addition to its National Forest access, the ranch is almost completely surrounded by state and federal lands giving one private access to thousands more acres. The ranch is just a short drive on good paved and graveled roads northwest of Clark. The terrain transitions from a lower flat through dramatic canyons and coulees to the upper reaches of the ranch. The comfortable stucco two-bedroom home and two-bedroom guest house are thoughtfully and privately tucked into one of the canyons, along with an oversized two-car garage that includes “his and hers” shops. There are fenced areas with sheds for llamas. Water is provided by a well and the ranch also has a robust natural spring on the upper section. While the ranch is on the grid, the backup solar system and propane generator make it possible to do without. In summary, this is a very private, wildlife-rich retreat. THE FACTS: ~ Location: 38± mostly paved miles north of Cody, accessible year-round ~ Acreage: 1,268± deeded acres ~ Improvements: Owner’s home, guest house, and garage/office complex ~ Operation: Private retreat ~ Wildlife: Elk, bear, mountain lion, deer, antelope, wolves, coyotes, Big Horn sheep, raptors, a vast variety of bird species are all seen on the property or in the adjacent USFS ~ Water: Well and live spring ~ Fishing: Nearby in Clarks Fork River ~ Summary: Unusual dramatic canyon and cliffs offering on the face of the Beartooths, with access to thousands of adjoining public acres plus Shoshone National Forest
$1,485,000  •  1,189.84 acres
Welcome to Hay Lake Ranch, 1,189 +/- acres of pristine rangeland. This remarkable property features rolling hills adorned with lush grass, highlighted with Hay Lakes and reservoirs, offering stunning views and abundant opportunities for ranching and recreational activities.
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