About Wyoming


Wyoming is the least populous U.S. state, with a U.S. Census population of 563,626 in 2010. This is a 14.1% increase since 2000. It is the tenth largest U.S. state by area. Cheyenne is the capital and the most populous city of Wyoming with a population of nearly 60,000 people within its city proper.

In 2002, more than six million people visited Wyoming’s national parks and monuments. The key tourist attractions in Wyoming include Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Devils Tower National Monument, Independence Rock (Wyoming) and Fossil Butte National Monument. Each year Yellowstone National Park, the world's first national park, receives three million visitors.

Historically, agriculture has been an important component of Wyoming’s economy. Its overall importance to the performance of Wyoming’s economy has waned. However, agriculture is still an essential part of Wyoming’s culture and lifestyle. More than 91% of land in Wyoming is classified as rural.

Economic Impacts of the Horse Industry are valued at approximately $286 million with an activity distribution as follows: • $46 million from Racing • $98 million from Showing • $77 million from Recreation • $64 million from other activities.


Rodeo is big in Wyoming. Maybe it’s the Western culture that surrounds it, the history behind it or the no-holds-barred displays of courage and expertise, but rodeo is unlike any other sport and it is also about authentic Old Western spirit, camaraderie among competitors and raw emotion in the arena. Nowhere else can you truly witness the essence of Wyoming quite like this. Rodeo is a way of life and a profession for cowboys and cowgirls, who travel across the West making their living by bronc and bull riding, calf roping and barrel racing. It’s an occupation born in the days of the Wild West, when excellent horsemanship was a necessity on the ranch, as it still is in many places in Wyoming today. Back then, working cowboys would show off their riding and roping talents to one another, sometimes competing with neighboring outfits. Eventually, these get-togethers moved into towns as organized “bucking shows,” which gained popularity in part due to Buffalo Bill Cody’s traveling Wild West Show. 

Wyoming is home to one herd of wild horses which is located in the Pryor Mountains south of Billings along the Montana-Wyoming border. For more than a century, the Pryor Mountains have been home to free-roaming bands of wild horses.  The Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range is unique in both its setting and for the wild horses that inhabit it. Many of the horses have primitive striping on their backs, withers, and legs and are reputed to be descendents of "colonial" Spanish horses. 

  Wyoming in Numbers:
img Horse Population: Approximately than 99,000
img Total Economic Impact: $286 million
img Population: 563,626
img Land area: 97,100 sq. miles
img Capital: Cheyenne
img Counties: 23
img Highest Point : Gannett Peak 13,809 feet
img Lowest Point: Belle Fourche River 3099 feet
img 10 largest Cities :
  • Cheyenne, 55,731
  • Casper: 51,738
  • Laramie: 26,050
  • Gillette 22,685
  • Rock Springs: 18,772
  • Sheridan: 16,333
  • Green River: 11,787
  • Evanston: 11,459
  • Rivertom: 9,430
  • Cody: 9,100
Riverfront Home, Arena, and Substantial Commercial Income

Glenrock, Converse County, Wyoming

With its residence, recreation, equine improvements, and commercial income generating potential, the Riverside Estate is truly a rare opportunity. It is horse-ready with a barn, roping arena and three cross-fenced pastures. With two shops the property can store your equipment, and provide ample working space. The two story home is well finished and offers comfortable living a few feet from the river. Finally, capitalizing on the need for RV parking for employees of the surrounding energy fields the current owners have installed and permitted 13 complete RV hook-ups which provide convenient, passive income should the future owners wish to enjoy that opportunity.

Travis Gitthens , Clark & Associates Land Brokers, LLC

18.92 ACRES
2600 SQ FT
Jackson Hole Horse Property ,offering a lot more than just a Ranch, reduced

Wilson, Teton County, Wyoming

This wooded 4.66 acre property is for sale by Owner, waiting on a new guide to take over as caretaker of the land, to come enjoy the tireless view of the "Grand" overlooking the open pastures for our horses and the creeks and ponds. We are in Tucker Ranch, on the Exclusive West Bank of Jackson Hole, a unique property affording the owner with the opportunity to be your own guide to an adventure, an adventure living in the Hole. We are talking about a lifestyle , an experience of La Segunda Vida, or the warm up to heaven. Whether you bring your family on vacation or stay year round, lay out the buffalo robes as a welcome mat for friends or clients, or an investor looking for a great investment, or on the lam or avoiding the news which would make your head explode-- well you will have found heaven. As an owner you will have access to a privately stocked 35 acre Tucker Lake, and if looking for the big fishing holes take a short 500 yard walk and enjoy our private access to the Snake River. The property itself in fact encompasses a compound retreat of 5 separate structures centered on the lodge pole pine Main House, and surrounded by a detached log Guest House/3 car Garage, a Summer outdoor Kitchen featuring professional appliances, a heated cedar Greenhouse with water, and a barn with three stalls, hay storage, loft, tack and wash rooms, and a 785 sq ft caretakers apartment. During ski season as many as 16 people have slept comfortably here , and during the summer when even more folks show up, you go to the bunk beds in the bunk house, or as some grandkids prefer, pitch a teepee or tent in the woods. The property was designed for privacy with the three larger structures being fully self sufficient accommodations, but close enough to the Main House or Summer Kitchen for entertaining and family gatherings, which has hosted several 200 person events. The property comes with virtually unlimited water rights dating from the 1800s, with water as cold as ice and crystal clear from 2 wells. Lastly for the wildlife lover you will soon fall in love with the "locals", and if you are like most folks around here you will need a digital camera with a big memory to capture the bald eagles and nest right off the property line, the herds of elk, Mama Moose and her twins, the horses out in the pasture, coyotes, foxes, deer, squirrels, chipmunks, humming birds, owls, and the occasional bear seeking refuge from a fire. You will soon realize that you really do live in your own park, yet surrounded by the rival national park system. It is a very special place, and we have no geysers. Please Go to our Featured Website for more Information: www.tuckerranchproperty.com

Russell Magarity , and Jackson Hole Real Estate Company

4.66 ACRES
5785 SQ FT
Brinkerhoff Ranch

Sheridan, Sheridan County, Wyoming

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 with an owner-rated carrying capacity of about 600 animal units. 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.) Please contact us for a ranch brochure.

John Chase , Chase Brothers Properties, LLC

11,071.00 ACRES
2028 SQ FT
Beaver Creek Ranch

Sheridan, Sheridan County, Wyoming

Unspoiled, spectacular, exceptional, private: The Beaver Creek Ranch, just west of Big Horn and Sheridan, WY and perfectly situated in the foothills of the beautiful Big Horn Mountains, is truly unspoiled, spectacular, exceptional and private. The word legacy is perhaps too often used when describing ranches, but in this case, a true legacy ranch will be passed on to the next steward. In an area where true legacy ranches seldom come on the market, this offering represents an opportunity of a lifetime for someone who has their heartstrings pulled by the Big Horn Mountains and her lovely foothills. It’s the consummate Big Horn ranch, complete with unparalleled privacy without being remote and the most uninterrupted and beautiful views of the Big Horn Mountains you will find anywhere. The exquisite homes harmoniously compliment the landscape, which is filled with all wildlife indigenous to the area and an agricultural component of pleasing, productive hay fields. The 1,945± acre ranch comes complete with good water rights for irrigation, excellent barns and out-buildings, ponds for fishing, and plenty of trophy game like elk, mule deer and white-tail deer, not to mention game birds and many other species from a well-protected natural environment. The ranch has been managed with wildlife habitat as a priority while producing cattle and hay. Seldom can you find a feeling of extensive views while also having a feeling of private intimacy with the surroundings, but Beaver Creek Ranch accomplishes both in a unique way. There is no huge overhead sign signifying a monument to self here as you enter, but rather, it’s a humble, nondescript entrance blending humility with quiet sophistication that reflects the true nature and essence of the way people have lived and ranched here for over 100 years along the foothills of the Big Horn Mountains. As you enter the ranch, you notice that it’s both a working ranch and an exceptional wildlife habitat, meticulously cared for. As you approach the owner’s residence, you’ll think you’ve taken a wrong turn as you head further in to the beauty of the foothills. One you reach the mature stand of Ash trees that hides it, you’ll be amazed at the completely hidden and intimately nestled, private 6,000+ sf home that opens up to the pure glory of the foothills and Big Horn Mountains from all the rooms and on out to the patio, lawn and bass pond. You’re only 15 minutes from Sheridan and 10 minutes from Big Horn, but it feels like the rest of the world doesn’t even matter, because you’ve just arrived back home in the best setting you can imagine. The guest home is just a smaller version of the owner’s residence with tremendous views and privacy as well. Two other homes provide a manager’s residence and a caretaker’s residence, plus the barn provides a nice apartment that would comfortably accommodate a groom or someone caring for cattle during calving season. This Wyoming ranch for sale perfectly suits horses, cattle and just as importantly, wildlife. It is a grazing/hunting/recreation ranch, designed to offer premium hunting and fishing while maintaining its health through planned grazing. Whether you want elk or deer hunting, or premium bird hunting and excellent fishing, this ranch has it in one of the most private and beautiful settings you’ll ever experience. This ranch supports a herd of 120± cows and has ample irrigation and water rights. The irrigation system- mostly all gravity-fed sprinklers, is thoughtfully designed to flow with no pumps and it’s completely redundant and manipulated with only valves, which means easy application without worries of pumps failing. Grazing has been managed in harmony with the wildlife for generations and all the past stewardship of the ranch is reflected in its healthy soils and rich habitat. This is a premium ranch in a polo hotbed. The Beaver Creek Ranch would make an ideal location for a polo field since this area is already one of the premier polo attractions during the summer months. The Big Horn area has two polo venues each summer; one at the Flying H Polo Club and the other at the Big Horn Polo Club. Since 1893, polo has had a presence in Big Horn and today it is steadily growing with new players finding the high quality of life in Sheridan and Big Horn to be exceptional. Several patrons have recently purchased their own ranches for polo and to enjoy all that this area of Wyoming has to offer. The Sheridan area is synonymous with high quality of life. We have coined the phrase “cowboy-cosmopolitan”, which we think perfectly described the ambiance and level of sophistication without the attitude. It’s still much as it always has been, casual, real and where handshakes still mean something. People really do make the difference here. The friendliness and unpretentious cowboy culture add to the flavor of the community and make the natural beauty of our landscapes even more inviting. Once you’re here, you’ll learn why those who live here wouldn’t trade it for anything. Speaking of what else Wyoming has to offer; we have the most “tax-friendly” state with our very low taxes. There are no personal or corporate state income taxes here and there are no state capital gains taxes. Additional acreage may be available.

John Chase , Chase Brothers Properties, LLC

1,928.00 ACRES
5788 SQ FT
Roadifer Ranch

Sheridan, Sheridan County, Wyoming

The Roadifer Ranch presents a limited opportunity to own a large, unencumbered agricultural property near the coveted area of Big Horn, Wyoming. From the earliest days of its founding in the late 1800s the Big Horn area south of Sheridan has been the most prized and sought after land in the area. It has attracted investors from all over the world, many of whose families are still here on the original ranch. The opportunity, though quite rare, to own land in this area still exists today in offerings like the Roadifer Ranch. It is one of the few remaining large acreage properties in this area that is yet to be developed but still has all its development rights; excellent water rights; unbelievable views of the mountains; plus, the location is excellent. Savvy investors will quickly recognize the unlimited potential of this 293± acre property. Agriculturally, it is very productive. It’s abounding with irrigation water and many natural springs and coupled with its rich, productive soils it has ample grazing for livestock or brood mares and growing crops. Of the total acreage, approximately 250 acres are under irrigation, much of which is side roll sprinklers. Irrigation water from Park Reservoir (65 shares) and Big Horn Reservoir (157 shares; 88.45 A, 69.08 B) is delivered via Colorado Colony Ditch. Park shares are highly valuable as they can be transferred or sold. The Big Horn Reservoir water is valuable, but restricted to adjudication and agricultural use within the Colorado Colony Ditch Co. Under current management, the farm ground is producing about 460 bales, 1,560# of mostly grass hay. With some cultivation and replanting of different crops, the property has the potential to produce close to 1000 tons of hay per year. Recreationally, it has all kinds of wildlife, including deer, small game and many species of upland birds and waterfowl. Locals who know from experience will all brag about the abundance of deer and pheasants on the property. With all its water, natural habitat and privacy, wildlife will thrive. Topographically, the property would lend itself well to anyone with equestrian interests. It affords opportunities for a polo practice field and/or an arena for training. Additionally it has ample room for pens, paddocks for turnout and barns. Furthermore, with its rich gravel resources, one would be able to use on-site gravel for any new roads or building pads. With the water, soils and gravel, this property is quite self-contained and offers value many opportunities for a new owner. With its incredible views, natural beauty and the convenience of being located only about 5 miles from downtown Sheridan or 7 miles to the polo fields in Big Horn, this is the perfect property for anyone looking to build a dream home, while securing a solid real estate investment in the Sheridan area. Development potential in this area is real, so from an investment standpoint, an owner should always have that option; however, if securing the land in its current state for perpetuity is the owner’s desire, then a conservation easement might be considered for this property. Roadifer Ranch offers many options and one will quickly discover these and others when on the property and experiencing it for yourself.

John Chase , Chase Brothers Properties, LLC

293.00 ACRES
1650 SQ FT
Upper French Creek Ranch

Buffalo, Johnson County, Wyoming

Upper French Creek Ranch is located along the foothills of the Big Horn Mountains in the French Creek valley just a short drive northwest of Buffalo, WY. Access is by paved highway to the gate. At approximately 2,124± total acres, 1,157± deeded, and ranging in elevations that climb from 5,000 feet up to 6,780 feet at its highest point on North Ridge, this spectacular ranch offers beautiful and varying views of the Big Horn Mountains, French Creek and the surrounding valley from everywhere on the property. Upper French Creek Ranch is primarily used for livestock grazing and current owners operate it as a ranch. As such, it is capable of running approximately 50-60 pairs; perfect for someone who wants to have a small cattle operation. It could serve as a nice base for a small purebred cattle operation, or a great place to raise and ride horses. The irrigated meadows provide a nice compliment to the native grasslands, providing a balance of forage and flexibility for a grazing program. The ranch has a State of Wyoming grazing lease on 640 acres and also has a 57-AUM BLM lease for livestock grazing. Not overly improved, the ranch has a modest 2-story home that could easily serve as a manager’s residence, which is near the barn, shop, corrals and working facilities. There is also a 5-acre building site still available for a future buyer to build a new home to enjoy the wonderful valley and views. With a Nature Conservancy Easement to protect the natural plants, wildlife, and scenic view sheds, from further development this ranch will remain largely as it is today.* Though currently operated for agriculture use, the recreational amenities of the ranch are not to be overlooked, nor is the chance to unwind, relax and enjoy life far from the stress of urban living. Whether you want to retire, or just a place to escape permanently or periodically, you’ll immediately enjoy the Wyoming way of life here. Significant ecological diversity and plenty of open-space provides natural habitat for pronghorn antelope, mule deer, white tail and seasonal elk; not to mention Hungarian Partridge, some Sharp Tail Grouse and other upland birds and water fowl. French Creek meanders through the cottonwood lined riparian zone for roughly 1.5 miles. Not often do foothill ranches in the greater Buffalo area come on the market that are this close to town, with the ease of access, productivity and recreational amenities like Upper French Creek Ranch.

John Chase , Chase Brothers Properties, LLC

1,157.00 ACRES
2886 SQ FT
God's Country

Torrington, Goshen County, Wyoming

GOD'S COUNTRY! 2007 Custom, Koski Log Home on 35 peaceful acres with 360 degree views. Out here the skies are painted and sprinkled with stars. Bring your horses and live the west. Barn, lean to sheds, corrals. Pastures of native grasses and alfalfa mix, young established trees, fenced property. Listing price includes extensive collection of authentic western memorabilia, antiques, art, wildlife mounts, fire arms and personal property. Time to blaze a new trail and leave it all behind....

Blair Newman , Newman Realty

35.00 ACRES
2694 SQ FT
Amazing western views from your front porch - hay meadows, wildlife and willows.

Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyoming

Recently updated country house on the hill. No covenants, 17 acres, fenced, barn/outbuilding and clay shooting area. Built by Carter Brothers, with a unique layout. Well maintained county road with only 2 properties beyond, so very little traffic. Only one mile of dirt road. Close to Curt Gowdy State Park and John & Annie Woodhouse recreation & wildlife habitat area. A truly lovely place to call home.

Cathy Anderson , Coldwell Banker The Property Exchange

17.00 ACRES
3214 SQ FT
The Lucky Dog Ranch - 40 Acre Wyoming Ranch Near Jackson Hole

Dubois, Fremont County, Wyoming

Beautifully crafted one story log home on 40 acres, The Lucky Dog Ranch. 45 minutes to Grand Teton National Park, an hour and a half to Jackson Hole. The Wyoming Ranch, Triangle C, owned by Chris Cox (Chris Cox Horsemanship), is just a few miles down the road. High ceilings in the living room and dining room with a massive river rock fireplace, large kitchen with new appliances, 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, pantry. Wood floors throughout and ample storage. Barn with tack room, hay storage, chicken coop and 4 stalls. One story 1,700 sq ft guest house with 2 bedrooms 2 baths , bonus room and full kitchen. The guest house and barn were built in 2013. CONTACT BERT MILTON REALTY IN DUBOIS, WY, 307-455-2452. OR EMAIL, PROPERTYINFO@BERTMILTONREALTY.COM Reference MLS#20166870, the Lucky Dog Ranch

C. Schwartz

40.00 ACRES
3092 SQ FT
80 acres with a gorgeous 4608 sq ft new home! It's a horse lovers dream!!!

Douglas, Converse County, Wyoming

This property is 120 acres east of Douglas. The property is fenced and cross fenced with quality grass. The home is a gorgeous 4608 sq. ft. home with amazing mountain views!

Rhonda Holdbrook , American West Realty

120.00 ACRES
4608 SQ FT

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