LAZY K BAR RANCH
Large Productive Wyoming Cattle Ranch
Lazy K Bar Ranch is located along the historic Oregon Trail in northwest Platte County, near the town of Glendo on Interstate 25 between Douglas and Wheatland. The ranch consists of 16,431 deeded acres together with 2,640 state leased acres and 681 BLM leased acres. The ranch has excellent water rights from four creeks, several springs and over twenty wells with four center pivots irrigating over 900 acres with a rated carrying capacity of 600 cow/calf pair or 900 yearlings. Elevations range from 4,800 ft. to over 5,600 ft. with a variety of terrain from cottonwood-lined creek bottoms and interspersed meadows to rolling grass covered pastures and pine and cedar ridges. Improvements include six homes of various sizes, several barns, equipment sheds, two shops and complete set of steel pipe corrals with certified scale. The ranch has significant wildlife populations including elk, mule deer, white tail deer, antelope along with wild turkey and several other upland game birds.
Location and Area:
Situated in the cowboy state of Wyoming in Platte County, the Lazy K Bar Ranch headquarters is located just off Interstate 25 south of Glendo. The ranch is 30 miles south of Douglas, the location of the Wyoming State Fair, 36 miles north of Wheatland and 104 miles from Cheyenne. Glendo is a small rural town that has services including a K-12 school system. It is well-known for its 14 mile-long Glendo Reservoir and North Platte River. More goods, services, shopping, restaurants, hospitals and commercial air service are available in Cheyenne, Douglas or Casper, which is 78 miles north. Wyoming has some of the most favorable tax and asset protection laws in the nation and with no individual state income tax, business income tax or inheritance tax, assets are insulated in ways so that wealth can grow at a much faster rate. Wyoming’s population is 563,626 – the least populated state in America.