WYOMING RANCHES FOR SALE
Walton RanchVIEW DETAILS
Wyoming - Teton County - Jackson
Acres 1,848 |
The 1,848-acre Walton Ranch is a one-of-a-kind property operating as a cattle ranch, an ideal horse ranch or recreation ranch with its own resident elk herd, wildlife and fishing access along the Snake River. Set along the legendary Snake River in the shadow of Wyoming’s magnificent Grand Teton Mountain Range, Walton Ranch is just five miles from downtown Jackson, Wyoming, and fifteen minutes to world-class skiing and commercial/private air service. A destination mountain resort known for its year-round recreational opportunities and home to some of America’s top corporate leaders, Jackson, has a lively art scene, upscale retail and sophisticated dining. Surrounded by natural beauty and close to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, the Walton Ranch is one of the finest Wyoming ranches for sale. Please contact Ron Morris for details.
NORTH PLATTE RIVER VALLEY RANCHVIEW DETAILS
Wyoming - Goshen County - Fort Laramie
Acres 8,414 total acres |
This Wyoming cattle ranch is located five miles west of the historic settlement of Fort Laramie, twenty miles east of Interstate 25. Consisting of 7,254 deeded acres together with 1,160 BLM and state leased acres with a mile and half frontage on the North Platte River. Modest improvements are located at the south end near the river which includes 140 acres irrigated putting up 6 tons to the acre from a 975 GPM well and Interstate Canal System. The ranch runs north five miles to the Haystack Hills and provides excellent livestock grazing with water from five wells, four springs and 1 1/4 miles of underground pipeline. The ranch has been owner operated running 350 cow/calf pair or 600 yearlings. Please contact Ron Morris for details.
DWYER RANCHVIEW DETAILS
Wyoming - Platte County - Wheatland
Acres 7,101 total acres |
The Dwyer Ranch is located five miles east of Interstate 25 on the south side of US Highway 26, just east of county road 320. Consisting of 6,421 deeded acres together with 680 BLM leased acres and 2,000 private leased acres. Includes an older home with a 25 GPM well and set of corrals. There are two center pivots which irrigate 320 acres from two wells that average 760 GPM, along with three stock water wells. The pivots have been leased for crops but are capable to producing 4 tons to the acre. The ranch has been owner operated running 300 cow/calf pair or 500 yearlings. Elevations range from 4,700 ft. to 4,800 ft and has gently sloping terrain with the irrigated pivots to rolling grass covered pastures. The ranch has wildlife including mule deer and antelope along with some elk hunting and a variety of upland birds.
Sierra Madre RanchVIEW DETAILS
Wyoming - Carbon County - Encampment
Acres 320 |
The Sierra Madre Ranch is located just inside the Medicine Bow National Forest along the Sierra Madre Mountain Range, 4.1 miles southwest of the small town of Encampment via Water Valley Road. Consisting of 320 acres with 160 acres irrigated from the Ernest Ditch, the ranch is bordered on two sides by national forest and the other two sides by BLM lands. The property includes three streams and two small irrigation ponds with a variety of terrain that includes native grass meadows with forty percent of the ranch in lodge pole pine and quaking aspen. The ranch provides winter range for bighorn sheep and elk and includes mule deer, moose, black bear, dusky grouse and wild turkey. There are brook trout in the creeks with excellent fishing for brown and rainbow trout in the nearby Encampment River. The ranch has a one room restored cabin near the center of the ranch with several old homestead cabins still remaining. Water rights include 4.47 cfs with a priority date of 1918.
C Lazy J RanchVIEW DETAILS
Wyoming - Carbon County - Savery
Acres 1,058 |
The 1,058+/- acre Wyoming working cattle ranch consists of three blocks of deeded land plus grazing permits. The park-like 180-acre headquarters area is the site of the 4,300 sq.ft. custom home, equipment sheds, shop/apartment and hay meadows. The headquarters area, four miles north of the town of Savery, Wyoming, has nearly a mile of scenic Savery Creek which provides good fishing and irrigation water. Just under Horse Mountain, the 638-acre sage and serviceberry spring pasture supports cattle, deer and antelope. The 240-acre mountain lands, surrounded by the Medicine Bow National Forest, are very pretty with sage parks and aspen groves reaching up to some pine and spruce trees at the base of Battle Mountain. The ranch parcels support countless varieties of wildlife. Please contact Ron Morris for details.
Paint Rock Creek RanchVIEW DETAILS
Wyoming - Big Horn County - Ten Sleep/Hyattville
Acres 160 |
This 160-acre fly-fishing gem lies in the shadow of the Big Horn Mountains and the Cloud Peak Wilderness Area. Paint Rock Creek, which is a major tributary of the Big Horn River, flows through the ranch for nearly a mile and a half. A riparian enhancement project completed in conjunction with the federal NRCS insures a good population of large rainbow and brown trout. A stylish, 1,345-square-foot contemporary three-bedroom, two-bath home is situated to take in the panoramic views. A recently constructed 400-square-foot guest or caretaker’s cabin was done with a Western flair. A barn, sheds, corrals and cattle handling facilities complement the agricultural function of the ranch which is currently leased to a neighboring rancher/hunting outfitter. Hay meadows are irrigated with valuable senior water rights. Adjudicated wells supply four heated waterers for livestock. There is excellent hunting on the ranch for upland game birds and water fowl as well as both white tail and mule deer.
Co-listed with Hake Realty – Ten Sleep, Wyoming