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Bitter Creek Irrigated Farm
#WY425118
Big Horn, Wyoming
1,269.00 acres
The Bitter Creek Irrigated Farm is an exceptional irrigated farm consisting of 1,269+/- acres located in the heart of northwestern Wyoming. The property has 939 irrigated acres by ten pivots. The property has good quality soils and exceptional water rights. The water on a large part of the farm is some of the earliest priority water in the Big Horn Basin. Bitter Creek Irrigated Farm consists of 1,269 acres with 939 acres of irrigated lands watered by 10 center pivots of various sizes. The farm is capable of growing a variety of crops including corn, wheat, malting barley, dry edible beans, sugar beets and hay. The farm boasts outstanding crop yields including 10-year corn average of 161 Bushels/Acre, beans average 2,900 lbs./acre, 90 bushels/acre spring and winter wheat, barley average 108 bushels/acres.
$7,000,000
Bull Creek Ranch
#WY312732
Park, Wyoming
1,502.00 acres
The Bull Creek Ranch captivates the western soul as it is perfectly situated in the coveted South Fork Valley near Cody, Wyoming. Every aspect of the ranch shows pride in ownership from impressive and functional modern buildings to the conveniently irrigated cropland. The homes are quintessential South Fork capturing incredible views of the Absaroka Range and Carter Mountain. The livestock facilities are laid out for grooming, showcasing, and working. The hay operation benefits from efficient center pivots, envious machine shops, and large hay barns. The outfit thrives on dependable irrigation water from high mountain reservoirs as well as irrigation district canal water. With close proximity to millions of acres of public wilderness the ranch is home to the same species of game found in Yellowstone. Well-conceived improvements are carefully placed along Bull Creek which is central to the property including two very nice homes, two large equipment shops, and an enviable equestrian/livestock facility. This working and diversified ranch efficiently distributes valuable surface water rights using convenient pivot irrigation. Historically, the cropland fields produce racehorse quality hay that is shipped to states as far away as Kentucky. The setting and the infrastructure on the Bull Creek Ranch leave nothing to be desired. The Bull Creek Ranch is ideal for a registered livestock or equestrian estate The ranch holds 1,551 +/- total acres consisting of 833+/ deeded acres, 629+/- State leased acres, and 40+/- BLM leased acres located at the base of Carter Mountain. Approximately 306 +/- acres are irrigated under center pivot with additional acreage under side roll and hand line. The irrigated ground is currently planted in an Alfalfa grass or Timothy. Historically the operation sold certified weed free hay for use on federal lands as well as race-horse quality timothy hay that was shipped to abroad. One field produced barley under contract to Coors Brewing Company. Newly installed cross fencing makes the ranch ideal for year around livestock with a carrying capacity depending upon rotational grazing practices on irrigated and dry pasture supplemented with hay production on remaining fields and use of the 170 AUM public leases. Every aspect of the ranch shows pride in ownership from the well-maintained fields to graveled and paved roads. This ranch presents a buyer with a great opportunity to step into a world-class operation with all the improvements and infrastructure already in place. The Bull Creek Ranch is well watered with diversified sources including private rights to storage reservoirs on Bull Creek, three points of diversion off the Lake View Canal, two wells, and multiple springs. The South Fork Valley is rich in farm and ranching history, but the quality of this land also makes it prime for development giving a new buyer exit strategies down the road.
$6,900,000
Wyoming's Star Hill Ranch
#WY415432
Park, Wyoming
313.00 acres
Yellowstone National Park, big game hunting, majestic views, outstanding fly fishing, a family enclave and historic significance—all of these are attributes of Star Hill Ranch.  Star Hill Ranch is located prominently in the North Fork Valley near Cody, Wyoming and is the closest private property to the eastern border of Yellowstone National Park. Due to its close proximity to Yellowstone and its easy access to the Shoshone National Forest and the North Absaroka Wilderness, the 313.77± acre Star Hill ranch is a miniature Yellowstone, less the geysers and the bison. The Star Hill Ranch opened in the mid-1920s as the Circle H Dude Ranch, renowned for big game hunting, pack trips, backcountry hiking and fishing adventures. With thousands of untouched acres of the Shoshone National Forest and Absaroka Wilderness abutting the property, it is easy to understand why the ranch attracted guests from around the country. The current owners have enjoyed the property for three generations as a private family enclave. Upon their purchase, they refurbished the main lodge and cabins while maintaining the historic architecture. Jonathan Foote, a preeminent architect known for restoring historic structures, guided the renovation while local artisan and furniture designer J. Mike Patrick handcrafted the interiors in the Molesworth motif. As a result of the exceptional work by Foote and Patrick,  the lodge and cabins have been featured in numerous publications promoting traditional western styles with the comforts of modern living. Star Hill Ranch is unique because of the diversity of its recreational offerings, western-style, and the warmth of its family atmosphere. It is truly a ranch for all ages and all interests. Fay Ranches is offering this ranch as a turn-key property with all the furnishings, horses, required vehicles and equipment included.  Adorned with western romance yet equipped with modern amenities, the Star Hill Ranch is the ideal property to enjoy the full Wyoming experience coupled with the ability to stay connected with the outside world with high speed, low-latency Wi-Fi and satellite TV.
$6,900,000
Mullens Ranch
#WY342372
Weston, Wyoming
14,608.00 acres
Consisting of 9,844± deeded, 4,123± BLM and 640± State of Wyoming lease acres, this 14,608± acre ranch is made up of cedar and pine tree-covered hills and rugged draws that provide excellent habitat for trophy elk and mule deer. Located in elk hunting Area 123, which currently has a trophy bull elk season every other year and a cow season every year, the ranch has historically and consistently harvested 380 class bulls and an abundance of cows. In addition, the ranch is located in non-resident deer hunt Area Region B and resident deer hunting Areas 8 and 21, and also offers some of the best trophy mule deer hunting in the region. Great cover and water combined with unparalleled privacy make this one of the premier trophy elk and deer hunting ranches in Wyoming.
$6,745,000
Lonetree Headquarters
#WY342370
Weston, Wyoming
12,108.00 acres
Located approximately 20 miles south of Upton, the LoneTree Headquarters consists of 12,108 total acres with 9,025± deeded acres, 1,563± BLM acres, 880± Forest Service acres, and 640± State of Wyoming lease acres. The topography of the ranch consists of several very productive flat bottom drainages that open up into sprawling native and improved grass flats capable of producing an abundance of feed for livestock and wildlife alike. This very well-watered ranch has an abundance of water provided by electric and solar wells, pipeline tanks, and reservoirs. An extensive set of improvements include a 5,000 sq. ft. home, a 60’x300’ Morton indoor arena, a 60’x60’ Morton fully-finished shop with a 60’x140’ equipment storage building along with a 30’x40’ shop. Located on a good all-weather road just five miles off a paved road, The LoneTree Headquarters would make an outstanding 385± head, low-overhead grass ranch with an exceptional set of improvements.
$6,590,000
Denny Ranch
#WY450926
Goshen, Wyoming
5,128.00 acres
The Denny Ranch is a nice a combination of productive grazing, and scenic land totaling 5,128± deeded acres fenced and cross-fenced into six different pastures. The terrain is a mix of Wyoming hard grasses known for putting significant gains on cattle, rolling hills and draws which are lined with pine and cedar trees, and low creek bottoms along Rawhide Creek. Rock outcroppings cover a large portion of the ranch and winter protection for livestock is provided by huge cottonwood trees that cover a large portion of the lower bottoms of the ranch along the head of Rawhide Creek. Water on the ranch is provided by several wells, windmills and underground pipeline and Rawhide Creek. A portion of the ranch was first purchased by the Denny Family in 1902 and is being sold for the first time.
$6,500,000
Salt River Narrows Ranch
#WY450928
Lincoln, Wyoming
1,000.00 acres
The Salt River Narrows Ranch is a classic recreational ranch, with a full host of features, located just over 60 miles south of Jackson Hole. The 1,000± acre ranch controls over a mile of the Salt River, a highly regarded trout fishery, and has two warm springs that support waterfowl throughout the year. It lies in two main parcels, 2.5 road miles apart, both with paved road access. The southern 240± acres features a 2,850 square foot six bedroom, six bathroom lodge sitting atop the landmark Shoshone Ridge. The lodge overlooks the Salt River and has sweeping views of the Salt River and Caribou Mountain Ranges. A highway divides the northern 760± acres, with the western 370± acres offering irrigated hay meadows, Salt River access, and a rich riparian corridor along the river. The eastern 390± acres is primarily uplands, rising over 500 vertical feet to a timbered ridge. Together the parcels make up a balanced small recreational ranch within an hour of Jackson. Co-listed with Ken Dunn of Sage Realty Group.
$6,500,000
Owl Creek Ranch
#WY235189
Hot Springs, Wyoming
2,505.00 acres
Owl Creek Ranch is a remote, pristine wilderness property located at the foot of the 12,500 Washakie Needles allowing direct access to the Wind River Wilderness and surrounding 2.5 million acre Shoshone National Forest. The ranch offers a myriad of recreational opportunities, but is also a mecca for several species of big game including bighorn sheep, Shiras moose, mule deer, and trophy elk. The trout filled South Fork of Owl Creek runs for over 2 miles along the southern border of the ranch. Contact Mac McWhorter or Jeff Hubbard.
$6,500,000
Tisdale Mountain Ranch
#WY433227
Johnson, Wyoming
5,328.00 acres
Located 14 miles south of Kaycee, Wyoming, the Tisdale Mountain Ranch is a well-balanced ranch featuring live water and spectacular recreational attributes with 5,168± deeded acres and 160± BLM lease acres. Fully fenced and cross-fenced into two pastures with 4-wire steel and wood posts, the ranch consists of productive riparian zone and native grass pastures with a combination of crested wheat, intermediate wheat, and a variety of hard grass species, rich in protein content. The Tisdale Mountain Ranch is diverse in landscape and varies from a canyon rim to deep draws with pine and heavy timber complete with ponderosa pine and cedar. With the rugged topography, the resident herds of elk, mule deer and antelope are present and call the Tisdale Mountain Ranch their home with adequate water, forage and protection. Historically the ranch has made available self-hunts and harvested trophy animals of all these species. Unparalleled views of the Big Horn Mountains and an abundance of water to include 20 reservoirs with six being year-round and suitable for trout stocking, drainages include Wall Creek, Million Creek and Hot Water Creek create a well-rounded and viable ranch. Ranch improvements a modern hunting camp featuring a 2-bedroom, 1 bath, kitchen, mobile unit, with a private well, septic, electricity, and storage shed. There is also an uninhabitable ranch headquarters with well and electricity. The Tisdale Mountain Ranch also has additional income opportunity with a Bentonite mine, complete royalty agreement. The operator will pay the owner $1.25 per ton, and guarantees payment for 100,000 tons over an eight-year period. Surfaces damages historically earn $3,000 annually. Note: The complete ranch, North Fork, Middle Fork and Tisdale Mountain Ranches, consisting of 11,315± acres, has historically run 365 cow/calf pairs, 15 bulls and saddle horses year-round. For 2020, the complete ranch has run 165 cow/calf pairs, 12 bulls and saddle horses.
$6,000,000
Centennial Unincorporated Acreage
#WY276044
Albany, Wyoming
197.00 acres
Location! Location! Location!  A rare and unique opportunity with excellent access on 197 acres along HWY 130 and Old State HWY 30.  Bordering the town of Centennial, Wyoming on one side and the Medicine Bow National Forest on the other, this is a devoper's dream in the last frontier of Wyoming!   
$6,000,000