This large established working ranch supports a year-round cow/calf operation with 54,400± total acres including 19,200± deeded acres and 35,200± acres of BLM and state grazing leases. Approximately 1,500 acres of river bottom, irrigated meadow and irrigated pasture straddle the Wyoming/Colorado line along several miles of the Little Snake River and Four Mile Creek. Lush hay meadows totaling 500± acres with excellent water rights typically yield about 1,400 tons to balance the productive summer pastures to the north and south of the valley. Livestock carrying capacity is owner estimated at 800 ± animal units. There is a nice home and facilities at the main headquarters as well as a separate secondary set of improvements, both located in Wyoming. The ranch is home to a variety of wildlife including mule deer, antelope, ducks, geese, sand hill cranes and bald eagles, and provides winter range for migrating elk. Nearby mountain ranges offer additional recreation, including trophy elk hunting and trout fishing. The ranch is easily accessible within 5 minutes of Baggs, Wyoming, and 45 minutes of Craig and 90 minutes of Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
Acreage (Deeded & Leased)
Deeded Acres: 19,198±
State Leased Acres: 1,360±
BLM Leased Acres: 33,921±
Total Leased Acres: 35,281±
Total Acres: 54,479±
Notice: Bureau of Land Management and State of Colorado leases – the current owners of Four Mile Livestock lease approximately 33,848 acres of BLM land (allotments 04510, 04514, 04548 and 10517) and 1,360 acres of Colorado state land (lease 46326). These leases may be assignable to the purchaser subject to the written approval of the State Board of Land Commissioners and the Bureau of Land Management. The leased lands are not included in the purchase price nor is there any value in the purchase price associated with the leases. The purchaser is solely responsible for applying for any lease assignments with the respective agencies after closing, including any applicable fees.
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