Own a part of the Cowboy State
If you’re looking to purchase a ranch property in the heart of the West, there’s little reason to look anywhere else but Wyoming. As the least densely populated state in the Lower 48, you’ll love the jaw-dropping Wyoming ranches for sale, the wide open spaces, and the endless fishing and hunting opportunities.
Cheyenne, Wyoming$19,900,000 || 13,371 acres
Happy Jack Ranch
Located only minutes west of Wyoming’s capital city, Happy Jack Ranch is composed of over 13,000 acres of rich grasslands that once supported vast herds of bison, and now keep a large herd of Black Angus cattle fat and happy.
Rawlins, Wyoming$14,995,000 || 92,000 acres
Haystack River Ranch
Several miles of the fabled North Platte River grace the southern end of the Haystack River Ranch, just outside of Rawlins, Wyoming. A legendary history of native Americans, fur trappers, railroaders, and outlaws enliven the legacy of this part of Wyoming, and Haystack River Ranch lies in the middle of it all.
Kemmerer, Wyoming$11,950,000 || 200,000 acres
Harrower Ranch includes over 5,000 deeded acres of land and over 200,000 acres of leased BLM and state lands in one sprawling package. The heart of the ranch is a long stretch of meadows along Fontenelle Creek, which include approximately 8 miles of trophy trout water and 700 irrigated acres.
Lots of space
If your dream ranch includes vast blue skies, quiet solitude and wind blowing through the trees,Wyoming could be the perfect spot. With only around 5.8 people per square mile, it’s not uncommon to find large ranches for sale in Wyoming with no one around for miles.
Rich history of ranching
Wyoming has been a beacon for homesteaders throughout the 1800s. You can often find beautiful, historic legacy ranches that have been in families for generations. Government laws and regulations have been in place to protect Wyoming ranches. As a result, you can enjoy the best of the West and partake in a rich tradition that spans centuries.Legacy Ranches Are Sought After
From bighorn sheep to trophy-worthy trout, Wyoming bursts with wildlife. Hunters and anglers expect to find a trophy-worthy buck or a big catch right from their back door.
DIG DEEPER ON WYOMING RANCHES
November 27, 2023
There’s nothing wrong with getting into the holiday spirit if you own ranch real estate. Decorating for the holidays is a good way to foment goodwill among your local community. It’s also a great way to showcase your ranch to prospective buyers. Often, large ranches, particularly legacy ranches, are sources of pride among locals. Working… Read more »
November 17, 2023
Across the West, ranch real estate prices and valuation remain quite robust. Thankfully, taxes on ranches and agricultural land in the West are based on their agricultural values, not their real property value. But there are things that owners of ranch real estate can do to reduce their tax burden, even when property assessments rise.… Read more »
November 6, 2023
With the right qualified intermediary and a knowledgeable ranch broker, it can be a great way to defer capital gains taxes Large ranch real estate has appreciated greatly over the last several years. That means prospective sellers could be looking at significant capital gains taxes once a sale is complete. But, if you, as a… Read more »