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Thieves’ Den Ranch

Casper, Wyoming

Thieves’ Den Ranch is a private Wyoming recreational gem spanning 13± square miles with nearly two miles of secluded trout stream along Bates Creek. The recently built custom home offers stunning views from every angle, and practical amenities include a shop building, livestock barn, and airplane hangar. Enjoy exceptional big game hunting opportunities and fishing for rainbow and brook trout. It combines privacy, fishing, hunting, and a new home for an unparalleled recreational property.

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High Divide Ranch
on Kara Creek

Sundance, Wyoming

Ideally situated high in the Black Hills of Wyoming, this ranch offers breathtaking views of Inyan Kara and the Bear Lodge Mountains; on clear days, you can see the Big Horn Mountains! This recreational paradise offers an abundance of opportunities for the great outdoors or to run a smaller agricultural or equestrian operation. A newly constructed timber frame home features Amish precision craftsmanship encompassing over 8,200+ square feet of living space, including an attached heated garage.

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Butterfield Farm
& Livestock

Worland, Wyoming

Given the diverse range of crops previously cultivated on the irrigated acreage of this Wyoming ranch, one could envision a focus on farming. The increasing prices of hay make the high-quality hay ground an attractive option. Alternatively, the ranch could be transformed into an intensive grazing program, utilizing the irrigated pastures alongside the additional benefit of the BLM allotment. Furthermore, by adding an arena, the ranch has the potential to thrive as a horse facility.

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Shell Creek Meadows

Shell, Wyoming

Shell Creek Meadows offers acres of lush fields and trees along one of Wyoming’s most famous live water trout fisheries. Shell Creek emerges from the canyon upstream as it drops out of the Big Horn mountains into Shell Valley. It’s the perfect location to farm and raise livestock in a peaceful country setting with spectacular views of the mountains close by. There are abundant pheasant, turkey and deer populations here for the hunter, and Shell Creek and the Big Horn River await the fisherman.

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Popo Agie Meadows

Lander, Wyoming

The Popo Agie Meadows offers a unique Wyoming land acquisition for the development of your own recreational mountain retreat. The hay meadows are abundant with wildlife, native grasses, and building sites. It provides an excellent homestead for the self-sufficient farm/ranch lifestyle. The North Fork of the Popo Agie River creates a nearly perfect exclamation mark on the already amazing property. With hunting and fishing provided on the land, it truly stands as a unique and rare acquisition.

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Broken Spoke Ranch

Greybull, Wyoming

The Broken Spoke Ranch offers a small, secluded ranch, equestrian operation, or a recreational getaway. It has nearby hunting and fishing, winter sports, UTV, and camping opportunities in the nearby Big Horn Mountains in Northwest Wyoming. The ranch provides two homes and a large shop with plenty of scenic views and privacy. The turnkey horse operation will give the horse owner the ability to practice competitive events or trail rides through the BLM and nearby Cloud Peak Wilderness.

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Three Buttes Ranch

Lingle, Wyoming

In the center of Goshen County, Wyoming, with sweeping views of the valley, this lovely ranch makes an efficient cattle operation with productive, cross-fenced pastures and ample water throughout. The operation has an owner-rated carrying capacity of 60-70 cow/calf pairs year-round or 5 months of summer grazing with 80 pairs. The ranch offers numerous improvements and two dwellings in Lingle, Wyoming, rich in history and agricultural culture, while providing a beautiful place to call home.

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Recently Sold

Yoder Irrigated Farm

Yoder, Wyoming

Nestled against the picturesque backdrop of the Goshen Hole in Wyoming, an exceptional opportunity awaits for those seeking a prosperous farming operation or a serene escape in the wide-open spaces of the American West. This expansive farm provides ample space for a variety of agricultural pursuits, from cultivating crops to raising livestock. With 155± acres under pivot irrigation, you’ll have the resources to nurture your farming ambitions.

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Red Draw Ranch

Beulah, Wyoming

Don’t miss this rare chance to own a property that has the potential to combine awe-inspiring natural beauty, excellent access, and endless recreational possibilities. Experience the true essence of Wyoming living – schedule your visit today and unlock the potential of this remarkable ranchette. Convenience is at your fingertips, with great access off a blacktop highway, providing easy connectivity to the surrounding areas. The open landscapes & large canyon draws make for an idyllic backdrop.

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Polecat Bench Farm

Deaver, Wyoming

Discover the tranquility of Polecat Bench Farm, an ideal haven for creating your dream small-scale farm or ranch in Wyoming’s Bighorn Basin. This picturesque property offers a newly built 1,800-square-foot home nestled under a majestic cottonwood tree, ensuring privacy and serenity. A spacious 2,500-square-foot shop featuring high ceilings and radiant heating zones provides ample storage for heavy equipment and tractors. The 50± acre irrigated field, accompanied by canals, awaits your ambitions.

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What’s So Great About Wyoming?

Crossing into Wyoming with Chris LeDoux cranked up and the vast vistas spread out ahead, a postcard view in every direction, the beauty and space are mesmerizing. The epitome of the Old West and home to the world’s first national park, the country’s first national forest, and millions of acres of privately owned land, Wyoming offers vast amounts of scenic beauty unbroken by man-made structures and big-city influences.

There are many reasons to buy a ranch and live in the grandiose West.

  1. Economics

    Wyoming has one of the lowest tax rates in the nation. The business climate is exceptional and has no corporate income tax, corporate tax, or gross receipts tax. With no individual income tax and low sales tax, Wyoming is one of the best places to live. The cost-of-living index is lower than the national average.

  2. History

    Evidence of more than 12,000 years of prehistoric occupation is followed by nomadic tribes known as the Plains Indians. History is everywhere. Sacajawea, the guide for the Lewis and Clark Expedition, is buried near Fort Washakie. Steaming geysers and waterfalls were discovered by John Colter in 1807 in his explorations, leading to the creation of Yellowstone National Park, the world’s first. You will see history everywhere you look in Wyoming: The Oregon Trail’s ruts are still visible from that intrepid trip. Trading posts, such as Fort Bridger from the early days of the Oregon Trail, are still around to visit. Military posts, a territorial prison, and much more remain. Wyoming women were the first to receive voting rights, serve on juries, and hold public office, forging the way for everyone.

  3. Population

    Wyoming is the 10th largest landmass in the United States, yet the population ranks as the second lowest after Alaska. With more antelope (North American pronghorn) around than people, wildlife encounters are all but guaranteed. With an average of only 5.85 people per square mile, the wide-open spaces provide refuge. The mountainous terrain makes large cattle ranches and hunting properties the big draw.

  4. Recreation

    Outdoor recreation is a major attraction to the beautiful and diverse state. State parks, historic sites, and trails are seemingly everywhere. Mountain biking, boating, fishing, rafting trips, canoeing and kayaking, horseback riding, and soaking in those mineral-rich natural hot springs are only a few of the activities available. Hunt or glass for elk, moose, deer, antelope, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, and bear. Diverse landscapes offer a variety of hunting experiences. Winter offers cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, dog sledding, ice fishing, ice skating, downhill skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling. Go off-roading and ATV riding, camping, golfing, or rock climbing. Soak up the Western culture with authentic cowboys, rodeos, historic sites, and museums. Don’t forget the many scenic byways, the Grand Tetons, and many lakes and reservoirs to visit.

If you seek serenity and untouched beauty, look no further than these Wyoming properties for sale. Steeped in Western and Native American history, Wyoming is the subject of many Western tales in books and movies. From the majestic Grand Tetons to the sprawling prairies of the Powder River country, from Butch Cassidy’s Hole-In-The-Wall to Buffalo Bill Cody’s namesake, Wyoming’s history is still prevalent today.

Fay Ranches’ brokers have expert insight into the diverse properties for sale in Wyoming, focusing on lands with exemplary sporting attributes, investment quality, and conservation values. These properties offer both lifestyle and livelihood opportunities, from irrigated farm and ranch properties to blue-ribbon riverfront lands bordering thousands of acres of public land.