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10 bedroom farm for sale

USA - Sheridan, Sheridan County, Wyoming

USD $9,500,000

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Call: 03339 873675

Key features:

  • 9,323 DEEDED ACRES
  • 11,071 TOTAL ACRES
  • EXCELLENT WATER RIGHTS
  • 600 COW RANCH
  • EXCELLENT HUNTING FOR BIG GAME & BIRDS
  • NEAR SHERIDAN - 15 MIN. DRIVE
  • SCENIC
  • WORKING RANCH
  • CATTLE & EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE
  • LIVE WATER

Full description:

Seldom do true working ranches of this scale come on the market in the Sheridan, WY area. This cattle and hunting ranch is just a short 15 minute drive east from downtown Sheridan, WY is all set up and ready to go as an owner-rated 600± cow ranch.

Once owned by the Williams Brothers, owners of the Cincinnati Reds baseball team, this ranch has 9,323± deeded acres along with 1,120± acres of State of Wyoming lease and 320± acres of BLM for a combined 11,071± total acres. One can understand why a business entity like the Cincinnati Reds would like a ranch like Brinkerhoff. It embodies all the prerequisites of a good investment and then some. From solid and predictable annual operating profits to long term capital gains appreciation and, not to mention, personal enjoyment and recreation from almost all the big and small game hunting opportunities, this great ranch should be in every successful investor's portfolio.

Operationally, It is a solid grazing ranch with good soils and good grasses, well known for excellent gains, cow longevity and high retention rates. Stock water reservoirs and piped water from water-wells provide good stock water throughout the ranch; plus good roads provide access throughout the entire ranch making access very convenient and management much easier. There is also three-phase power through much of the ranch. Additionally, Prairie Dog Creek courses through the ranch carrying the valuable water that helps make this ranch so productive with adjudicated water rights and supplemental shares of Kearney Reservoir water. The Prairie Dog Creek valley has some of the best soils in all the region making it a very productive area for growing crops. The ranch has about 263± acres mostly under pivots using adjudicated water Prairie Dog and supplemental water rights. There are also an additional ±140 acres under pivot that are irrigated using Prairie Dog water, but under special conditions. (See water rights documents for more information.) Under the sprinklers sing adjudicated water, the irrigated ground has historically produced about 4 tons of alfalfa hay per acre per year in two to three cuttings, while one circle grows corn for silage used for feeding calves in the 500-hd back-grounding lot at the headquarters.

Besides grazing, this ranch is well suited for wildlife. The diverse and rough terrain, with excellent an excellent array of native grasses and juniper cover, provides excellent habitat for trophy caliber mule deer, many antelope and even elk; plus, an array of upland game birds such as Huns, sharp-tailed grouse, sage grouse and turkeys, plus pheasants abound in the lower areas (there is a hunting lease for pheasant, grouse and partridges until March 1, 2019). Whether you want elk or deer hunting, or premium bird hunting and this ranch has it in a private and beautiful setting where you can enjoy the beautiful vistas of the Big Horn Mountains from just about everywhere on the ranch.

The ranch has 3 residences and two other small cabins - all are in good shape and well cared for. The other improvements include numerous shops and livestock sheds. The main equipment shop is only a few years old and has a concrete floor; and it is heated and insulated. Theres also a larger pole barn used for equipment storage that is also quite new and is large enough to easily store all the main farm equipment. The ranch has a 20,000 lb. certified scale for weighing livestock as well as hydraulic chutes for handling cattle and steel crowd alleys and chutes.

This is definitely a rare opportunity to own ranch this close to Sheridan with all the attributes needed in a working ranch, but with the recreational and hunting amenities one would hope to find and of course enjoy. Please call us for more information or to schedule a showing.

*Actual total acres includes land fenced into the ranch due to topography and fences of convenience, which is 308± acres more than the leased and deeded land.

(Special note - Owner will include cattle and equipment in the offering by a separate agreement and price, so if youre interested in this option, please contact us.)

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Chase Brothers Properties, LLC, Sheridan

45 E. Loucks, Ste. 011, P.O. Box 6852, Sheridan, WY, 82801
03339 873675  Local call rate
About Chase Brothers Properties, LLC, Sheridan

Our Brand
At Chase Brothers Properties, LLC, we ride for the brand, which is our reputation. Just like working on a cattle ranch where the cowboys ride for the brand and will work countless hours to ensure health for the cattle and support the reputation of the ranch that owns the cattle, we ride for our brand- our reputation.
Our Brand Is Our Reputation. What Does This Mean?
For many businesses, a brand is about recognition. A brand on cattle is how they’ve been identified for 150 years or more. It’s infallible and still used today. For instance, at the Chase family ranch, we had a brand- the Lazy J C, which became recognized around the world as the brand associated with some of the very best seed stock in the world.
We were proud of it and our family applied this brand to every calf born every year. We literally “rode for the brand”. It didn’t define us; rather, we defined it. It was how we were recognized in the product (seed stock cattle) that we sold.
For Paul Wallop, his family has a brand that literally built the Sheridan area through the horse industry and later through Hereford cattle. His Great grandfather was fundamental in shaping how this area is today with his vision that was inspired by his passion for great horses. That passion for building a legacy is continued today with Paul.
Now we have developed our own brand in real estate and we ride for this brand- our reputation. It’s a reputation that reflects the ranch-raised values and developing relationships we learned on our family ranches. For Paul, who developed an outstanding bird hunting and fly-fishing guiding business, it’s all about relationships and providing the experiences that people expect. For John and Galen, working side by side, we learned the virtues of hard work and have seen and felt the rewards from jobs well done on the ranch and in selling real estate. We have a way of finding solutions and producing results that yield happy clients. From our many testimonials, you’ll find that we treat people right and we work hard for the results they expect and deserve. Yes, all of us have started many days long before the sun came up and ended them long after the sun went down and we relish the calluses and wet saddle blankets we earned. This is who we are and our reputation depends on it. Our Brand is Our Reputation.
The Culture Of Chase Brothers Properties, LLC
We believe in doing what we say. We stand behind our work. We promise to listen and work hard to best serve your interests. We are not sales people. We believe that we can’t “sell” you anything, but we can help you achieve results. If you’re a Buyer, we will spend the appropriate amount of time to make sure you’re comfortable with our area and comfortable with decisions you make. If you’re a Seller, we will make sure you are comfortable with the emotional decisions that come with selling. We are devoted members of our community who are passionate about land, resources and relationships. We are creative, collaborative and solution-oriented. We want results that make you happy; that’s our brand.
Why We Do It
We were lucky enough to have been raised on ranches in the area and therefore we have ingrained appreciation for what we have. We have all been to other places, but we always come back home. It comes as second nature to us to share this incredible place with others.
We sought to build a real estate company that reflects our values; a company built on a well-established reputation and the promise that we will work for you until your goals are met. We established a brand that became what our new company is – our reputation. It was a decision that has benefitted our clients and we look forward to continuing and building that brand through our people and the deals that we do.
About Our Area
Along the eastern slope of Wyoming’s Big Horn Mountains stretches one of the most beautiful, desirable, and valuable real estate markets in the west. Do you envision yourself working, living, and playing in the shadow of the Big Horns? Sheridan, Wyoming and the surrounding area offer a once-in-a-lifetime real estate and living opportunity for individuals in search of a perfect piece of the historic West.
With many recent honors and awards, such as True West Magazine’s 2005 Western Town of the Year Award, Sheridan attracts people in search of a small town lifestyle with the benefits of big-city culture, dining, and boutique shopping. Known for its devotion to the Arts and western heritage, Sheridan is a growing community of 15,000 with a thriving economy, award-winning school systems, and quality air service. Sheridan’s historic Main Street sits as the city’s centerpiece, with numerous shops catering to locals and tourists alike. Recreation opportunities abound with the nearby Big Horn Mountains, three golf courses, lakes for boating and fishing, and an Arts community featuring the historic WYO Theater.
The valley surrounding Sheridan also contributes to the area’s uniqueness. To the east, endless miles of pristine prairie ranchland stretch to the horizon. To the south and west, the Big Horn Mountains jut from the landscape, displaying a breathtaking glimpse of Mother Nature’s handiwork and protecting the valley from Wyoming’s notorious wind. Steeped in history, the valley stands as a piece of the old frontier. Sioux Indian tribes and US Cavalrymen battled it out in the hills of Sheridan County, and buffalo roamed the countryside, which to this day brims with wildlife. Much like Sheridan itself, the Valley of the Big Horns is truly one of the last best places to put down roots in America’s west.


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Chase Brothers Properties, LLC, Sheridan

45 E. Loucks, Ste. 011, P.O. Box 6852, Sheridan, WY, 82801
or call 03339 873675
Calling from outside the UK? 0013076751964

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