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Brinkerhoff Ranch

Sheridan County, Wyoming


11,071 ± Acres | Listing Price: $9,500,000

Offered by Chase Brothers Properties, LLC

Sheridan County, Wyoming

11,071 ± Acres | Listing Price: $9,500,000

 

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.

The ranch is 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*. This 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 405± under pivots or side roll sprinklers (see water rights documents for more information). Under the sprinklers, the irrigated ground produces 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 modest 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.

Ranch Attributes

9,323 ± deeded acres
1,120± acres State land
State Leases: 708 AUMs, Total cost annually-$3,922.32
320 ± acres BLM
BLM Leases: 39 AUMs, Total cost annually- $82.29
11,071 ± total acres *
405± acres of water rights
315± acres under 12 pivots
4-5 tons of hay per acre
600 AU Ranch
500 head feeding/backgrounding facility
Excellent mule deer and elk hunting
Good upland game bird hunting
Within 10 minutes of downtown Sheridan, WY
3 well kept homes and two smaller & newer cabins

Features

Agriculture
Cattle Ranch
Conservation
Deer hunting
Elk hunting
Excellent Location
Grazing
Hay
Horse Ranch
Hunting/Fishing
Irrigated
Live water
Pasture
Ponds
Recreation
Stock water system with storage tank and stock tanks
Upland bird hunting
Wildlife habitat

*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.)

For climate information, visit Sheridan’s climate.

Contact & Access

Contact Broker for showings and access.

John Chase, Broker
Chase Brothers Properties, LLC
307.752.2876
john@chasebrothersproperties.com

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