SOLD - Split Rock Ranch
Muddy Gap, Wyoming Cattle Ranch
Approximately 200,000 total acres with 12 miles of the Sweetwater River, Split Rock Ranch is located in south-central Wyoming on the historic Oregon & Mormon Trails between Casper and Lander. The ranch has very diverse terrain from scenic timbered mountains and canyons to river bottom with rolling grasslands and irrigated meadows. There are three sets of improvements with six homes and six sets of working corrals. The ranch runs 1,750 cow/calf pair plus bulls and horses, has four pivot sprinklers and puts up 3,200 tons of hay. Split Rock Ranch is a large production ranch with endless western scenery and wildlife.
The ranch runs 1,750 cow/calf pair plus bulls and horses. Cattle do well on the ranch with calving season occurring in the late spring, and calves weighing approximately 450 pounds by fall are ready to ship in October. The ranch is very efficient and handled by experienced management with two full-time management people and additional personnel for seasonal help during calving and haying seasons. The Seller is an experienced rancher and livestock veterinarian using the latest advanced livestock management techniques.
Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife:
A resident elk herd roams freely in the outstanding alpine mountainous regions of the ranch and mule deer, white tail and large numbers of pronghorn antelope also inhabit the ranch. Currently, Split Rock Ranch qualifies for landowner permits on three species: elk, deer and antelope. Twelve miles of the Sweetwater River create abundant fishing opportunities for brown trout and fishing for rainbow trout is being developed in the ranch's own private ponds. The ranch also hosts a rare herd of approximately 200 wild horses which are exciting to watch.
Real estate taxes for 2007 were $11,910.00.
This offer is inclusive of all deeded land, cooperation to transfer all leased lands, improvements, mineral rights, and water rights. Livestock, equipment and a ranch helicopter is available for sale in addition to the real