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The Hathaway Property is located northeast to the town of Glendo and consists of 302± deeded acres. Three wells are located on the property including one new well located northeast of the house. The new well pumps approximately 5 to 7 GPM with a storage tank and solar-powered pump. A test well is located down the hill from...

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This impeccable home sits upon hill in the foothills of the dramatic Beartooth Mountains. There are 360 degree unobstructed views and BLM borders the north boundary. Built in 2016, this home features an open floor plan. The kitchen is very efficient with a breakfast bar, plenty of counter space, stainless steel appliance...

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Beautiful building site with 360 degree mountain views. Minutes to Shoshone National Forest and Table Mountain trailhead. Approximately 25 miles to Yellowstone National Park. Three building sites, each .23 acres. Cody's Country Lot 252 - $12,000 Cody's Country Lot 253 - $12,000 Cody's Country Lot 247 - $12,000 ...

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Hidden in close proximity to US 28 and the intersection of Louis Lake Road lies this peaceful mountain home retreat situated on 44+ acres of private deeded land with access directly into the Shoshone National Forest out your back door! The land has either Forest Service or BLM land on three sides of the property, and anothe...

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If you are looking for an excellent hunting property with a proven track record, then please take a close look at this listing! Located approximately 35 minutes north of Casper, you’ll enjoy guaranteed year-round access with maintained roads through the BB Brooks Home Owners Association. Bordered by large ranches to t...

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Productive Cattle Ranch For Sale in Hot Springs County, WY The Open Lock Ranch is located in the heart of the Bighorn Basin in northern Wyoming. Comprised of 16,175 acres, the ranch is a combination of 4,750 deeded acres, 9,187 acres of BLM, and 2,238 acres of State grazing leases. The Open Lock Ranch is one of the few ...

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Located just 5 minutes north of Upton, this wonderful property offers the feel of being out in the country with the convenience of only being a short drive from town. The property offers grassy meadows, thick cedar, and mature Ponderosa Pines. There are several great building sites to choose from, and power is close. If you...

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The Kremers Pivot is located approximately 11 miles northeast of Lusk, Wyoming. The 162± deeded acres of Kremers Pivot is presently operated as small irrigated property with approximately 100 acres of farm land under a low-pressure pivot system. The remaining acreage of this property is native grass pasture with 1,280 sq. ...

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Located on the banks of the North Platte River this extremely well-maintained 7.4± deeded acre property has a home, metal barn, seven irrigated paddocks with four loafing sheds, and many mature trees. The open floorplan 2,368 sq ft home was built in 2002 with four bedrooms, two and a half baths, a 848 sq ft garage with dou...

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Beautiful country home with captivating views of the eastern plains of Goshen County. This gorgeous home was built in 2016 boasting 3,328 sq. ft with five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a 2-car attached garage. Modern amenities are found throughout the home and include maple wood floors, hickory kitchen cabinetry, Maytag app...

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Located only three miles from Kaycee, Wyoming this well-maintained 26.5± deeded acre property features a home, work shop, horse barn, hay barn, corrals, roping arena and small greenhouse. The home has three bedrooms and two baths. The property is fenced into four separate pastures; however, it has already been subdivided i...

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This contiguous 120± acre hunting property is located five miles southwest of Lingle, Wyoming. The topography of the property features heavily-sodded grass pastures and trees with a beautiful channel of water throughout the property that is active the majority of the year to provide ideal habitat for wildlife. This propert...

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This 116.93-acre parcel of land sits off a private gravel drive near Lingle, Wyoming. The property is home to a 2005 Champion Modular Home with 1,798 sq. ft. of total living space on the main level and an additional 1,798 sq. ft. of unfinished basement. The main floor has an open floor plan with three bedrooms and two bat...

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This 40± deeded acre farm is nestled just outside of Torrington, Wyoming right off the US HWY 85/26 corridor. Irrigated farm offers a 3-tower, low-pressure T&L pivot that was installed in 2016 and irrigates 36± deeded acres with dual-appropriated water rights from an irrigation well and Hill Irrigation District. The pivot...

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Located in the Wyoming Ranchettes subdivision northeast of Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Little Shield Road acreage is the perfect blank slate for you to build your dream home. Within minutes of downtown Cheyenne, this property offers the peace and serenity of country life with all of the conveniences of living in town. There is...

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Premier horse property with beautiful views located just outside of Lingle, Wyoming. There is a modern residence on this property offering many updates and amenities that include heated flooring, grand kitchen and great room with open floor plan. This property offers 79± deeded acres with a horse barn featuring stalls, off...

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This tranquil property with 120± deeded acres is located minutes from town, schools, and recreation. Spacious ranch-style floor plan built in 2016 with a finished basement features four bedrooms and five bathrooms along with an office and three-car garage. Beautiful finishes throughout the home include wood floors as well ...

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Premier horse property with beautiful views located just outside of Lingle, WY. There is a modern residence on this property offering many updates and amenities to include heated flooring, grand kitchen and great room with open floor plan. This property offers approximately 39± deeded acres with a horse barn featuring stal...

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This property is a one-of-a-kind chance to own a beautiful, private, building site mere minutes west of Casper, Wyoming. Nestled against a scenic pine-covered ridge, this 74± acre property boasts hundreds of mature trees that include a variety of spruce and evergreen trees, Rocky Mountain juniper, quaking aspen, elm, easte...

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15 miles southwest of Laramie, Wyoming lies the 294± deeded acre Laramie Irrigated Pasture. Heavily sodded with tall native grasses, this pasture is flood-irrigated out of the Fischer Ditch. Currently, the west half of the property is being grazed by 35 head of cattle, with the east half in grass hay production- the qualit...

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Land For Sale 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. In Wyoming, you can feel the wild spirit of the West calling your sense of 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 buy land in Wyoming. Wyoming'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.

Land in Wyoming

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.

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

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.


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.


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

Finding land for sale in the beautiful state of Wyoming is a solid idea for all of the above reasons and more. Want to see your Wyoming property listed on Land Broker MLS Join our co-op by signing up today.