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Extremely desirable large acreage parcel in the heart of Big Horn, WY. This is a rare opportunity to own 80 acres of prime building sites with spectacular views and a generous mix of Jackson Creek riparian along with quality upland hay production. Approximately 40 acres irrigated through a gravity flow pipeline supplied by ...

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Located 15 miles west of Casper, Wyoming with year-round paved access, the Immigrant Gap Ridge Ranch consists of 3,410± deeded acres and 1,181± BLM lease acres for a total of approximately 4,591± acres. Water for livestock and wildlife is provided by several reservoirs, springs and seasonal water located throughout the r...

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The 52± acre Homestead Farm includes a nice, updated home with a quality domestic well in the Wind River Sands formation and 40± irrigated acres. The irrigated acres have historically produced 3.5 tons per acre of alfalfa and grass/alfalfa mix with 28± acres under a 4-tower Reinke pivot and 12± flood-irrigated acres. Fe...

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Retire/relocate and build your custom home in Pleasant Valley Subdivision that is centrally located between Sheridan and Big Horn, WY. The .90 acre building site is privately situated on cul-de-sac and offers mountain views. SAWS water, natural gas, electricity are available and NO expensive HOA. All measurements are approx...

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Are you looking to get away from city life? Do you want to escape the large crowds and dreadful traffic? Do your find yourself dreaming of living life more simply? This well-kept horse property could be just what you are looking for! Just north of the small, friendly town of Wheatland, WY sits this private 44-acre ranchette...

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4.5 IRRIGATED ACRES and fenced for horses. Cute 3 bdrm log sided home with 1 3/4 baths. The partial unfinished basement is where the laundry room is located & a great place for storage. The garage has a lean-to where you can store your wood to stay dry for cooler days in Wyoming. 1,496 sq ft barn-shop-storage building was b...

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The ranch is located approximately 10 miles northeast of Aladdin, Wyoming or 15 miles west of Belle Fourche, South Dakota. The terrain of the Kunerth Ranch consists of deep pine and oak tree-lined canyons and open, well-sodded draws and vistas that remind you that you are home in the Black Hills of Wyoming. The ranch offers...

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You will find beautiful views with this 42 acre lot, ready for YOU to build your dream home on. This raw land is ready for your new home and your animals. Less than 2 miles from the highway and 8 miles close to town. Jaelene Ritterhouse, ERA Priority Real Estate, 307.680.4186....

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Located approximately 10 miles northwest of Hulett, Wyoming, the Sourdough Ranch consists of 2001.89± deeded acres and 320± state lease acres for a total of 2,321.89± contiguous acres which include a 100 head feedlot and 250± acres of dryland hay ground. Sourdough Creek flows throughout the middle of the ranch for appr...

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Ryegrass Ranch is located at the foot of the Wyoming Range just 90 minutes from Jackson, Wyoming. Over 11 miles of the North Fork of Cottonwood Creek meander through the wide willow-filled valley floor of the ranch offering critical habitat and world-class fly fishing for the Colorado River cutthroat. Contact Jeff Hubbar...

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Just minutes from Thermopolis WY, the Bucking S Equestrian Property is a turnkey horse training operation overlooking the Big Horn River. The property includes a spacious owners home, a high end indoor equestrian arena, and approximately 35 irrigated acres under a TL 5 tower pivot. Contact Mac McWhorter or Jared Souza. ...

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The Disneyland road ranch consists of aproximately 1080 acres of land, with 370+ acres of irrigation allocated via the Midvale irrigation district and aproximately 65-70 acres of land that is irrigated with one of two springs, waste water run off from other irriigated parts, or by harvesting the neighbors waste water. The p...

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Forever views! Watch the sunset as you look out your window across the green to the Big Horn mountains. Flat, buildable lot flanked by beautiful homes. The rear of the lot has southern views of more green space. Located in the The Powder Horn premier golf community. All utilities are available including irrigation water for...

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This 150± acre farm sits on the south edge of Eden/Farson, Wyoming. Approximately 140 acres of the farm has produced high-end alfalfa and grass mix hay for 35 plus years with two crops of alfalfa/brome grass producing much of the yield. The 2020 hay production reached 263 tons, or 4,677 small bales along with 85 tons of ba...

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Historic Lander Main Street commercial and residential property available for purchase. Great investment opportunity with this large and versatile property on one of Lander’s most sought-after commercial blocks. This property offers over 10,000 sq. ft. of commercial and residential space, including two separate Main Stre...

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19 Lone Wolf Trail boasts 40+/- acres of timbered mountain land with a beautiful and rustic 1,464 square-foot cabin home located just north of the Wyoming border -- halfway between Laramie, Wyoming and Fort Collins, Colorado. This property has everything one could want in scenic and secluded mountain living, with exceptiona...

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A rancher's love for his land can be seen through his efforts in conservation, and this rings true for the Hams Fork River Ranch.  This Ranch has been in the same family for decades, and is now being offered to the market for the first time in 60 years. The Ranch is a very special place that you just can't find anymore, be...

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This 231.31± acre farm is located southwest of Lyman, Nebraska and is situated completely on the Wyoming side of the border. There are two pivots on the farm: the full pivot is a 7-tower, four year old Valley pivot with the second being a 5-tower Valley wiper pivot that is two years old. There are 204 acres of water right...

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This property proudly boasts wide open spaces, big skies, mountain range views, and plenty of room to stretch out. Magnificent rock outcroppings add character to this property as well. Pronghorn and mule deer roam through this property, and red-tailed hawks and golden and bald eagles soar over the canyon and hills. Eas...

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Renowned for producing both large trout and walleye, Wheatland #3 Reservoir boasts over 2300 acres of boating and fishing. This property grants private access to the Southeast end of the reservoir making it a fisherman’s dream.  This property contains rolling hills and magnificent views of the Laramie Mountains.&...

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Buy Land In Wyoming

When you're in Wyoming, you're in cowboy country. The state's trademark is The Bucking Horse & Rider, which tells you everything you need to know about the area's rich traditions. Wyoming features sprawling ranches, towering mountains, and the largest collection of geysers and thermal features in the world. The majestic Yellowstone National Park boasts 2 million acres of wilderness and natural beauty, and that is just one of Wyoming's national parks and monuments. You can feel the wild spirit of the West calling you to buy land in Wyoming and to start an incredible adventure.

In 1867, the Union Pacific Railway reached Cheyenne, Wyoming's capital. The territory grew quickly, and Wyoming became the 44th state in 1890. Once again, it is the ideal time to look through Wyoming’s lands for sale. The state’s historical roots are the story of tough, tenacious people with a true love for the land.

The Equality State

Wyoming is nicknamed The Equality State because women were granted the right to vote here in 1869. At 97,914 square miles, it is the 9th largest state in the union, but the least populated so it is a land of wide open spaces. It is bordered by Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, and Idaho.

Wyoming Land for Sale

In the East, Wyoming forms part of the Great Plains. They extend into the rugged natural beauty of the Middle and Southern Rocky Mountains. The Western half of the state is dominated by the geographically unique Wyoming Basin. At 6,700 feet, Wyoming is the second highest state in the country and offers a variety of beautiful Wyoming farms for sale.

Hunting Land

Wyoming has an abundance of wild land open for hunting. Yellowstone National Park, Bighorn National Forest, Shoshone National Forest, and more offer millions and millions of acres of land to hunt game. There are hundreds of thousands of acres of land for sale in Wyoming as well.

Wyoming Natural Resources

The gorgeous and diversified landscape offers incredible opportunities to enjoy outdoor activities. The abundant natural resources of The Equality State are beautiful scenery, wildlife, mineral deposits of bentonite clay, coal, gold, uranium, agate, jade, petroleum, and sodium carbonate. It's number one natural resource are the great expanses of rich grazing land that supports the state's giant beef cattle industry.

National Parks and Reserves

It would be tough to find a state with more national parks, national reserves, national grasslands, national forests, and historic sites than in this state. Wyoming is home to America's first National Park, and today there are an amazing number of National Parks and Reserves in this expansive state. Some of the endless places to explore in Wyoming are:

  1. Yellowstone National Park
  2. Devil's Tower
  3. Shoshone National Forest
  4. Grand Teton National Park
  5. Bridger-Teton National Forest
  6. Fossil Butte National Monument
  7. Fort Laramie National Historic Site
  8. Thunder Basin National Grassland
These places attract many people to settle and buy land in Wyoming.

Wyoming Industry

Wyoming's number one industry is agriculture, which provides up to 86% of the state's agricultural product. Manufacturing is minimal in Wyoming.

Agriculture

In the land of cowboys, beef cattle is the number one crop. It accounts for about 86% of the state's gross agricultural receipts. Other agricultural products include:

  • Hogs
  • Sheep
  • Lambs
  • Dairy products
  • Hay
  • Sugar Beets
  • Barely
  • Dry Beans

Wyoming produces livestock commodities like wool and chicken eggs. Other greenhouse products like oats and sunflowers are also grown. Land Broker Co-op has many Wyoming farms for sale right now, check out the listings!

Mining

The industry of mining is a larger percentage of the state's gross product than any other state. In Wyoming there is mining for:

  • Coal
  • Petroleum
  • Natural Gas
  • Sodium Carbonate
  • Bentonite
  • Other Clays

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