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Mike Fraley
Mike Fraley
Hall and Hall
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Properties of Mike Fraley with Hall and Hall in Buffalo, WY

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$1,800,000 222 acres
Buffalo, Wyoming 82834 - Johnson County

Rock Creek 222

This 222+/- deeded acre unimproved property with Rock Creek meandering through is only two miles from downtown Buffalo. Rock Creek is a highly sought-after fishery in the Buffalo area. It passes through the property for over one mile with tree-lined banks and a number of beautiful ox-bows. Above the creek bottom are 35+/- acres of flood irrigated meadows that provide forage for livestock and are a draw to wildlife. The property is flourishing with game including mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, and upland game birds. It features exceptional views of the Big Horn Mountains from multiple secluded and private homesites. Rock Creek 222 is a unique offering in that it is unimproved high-quality acreage in a sought after and convenient lo
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$8,900,000 5,738 acres
Weston, Wyoming 82731 - Campbell County

SweetGrass Ranch

SweetGrass Ranch is a five-star recreational paradise located in Northeastern Wyoming on the edge of the Black Hills. Approximately 35 miles northeast of Gillette, SweetGrass Ranch totals 5,738+/- acres, a truly private, end of the road ranch. The ranch is 5,058+/- deeded with 640+/- State of Wyoming and 40 BLM lease acres. It also borders 40,000 acres of mostly road-less Forest Service land, surrounding three sides, providing endless recreation opportunities. A truly spectacular end of the road ranch with amazing improvements. The two main residences, located approximately two miles apart, are of approximately 7,800 sq. ft. each in size and incredibly beautiful inside and out. These are custom homes like you will find in the finest areas o
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$3,700,000 680 acres
Cody, Wyoming 82414 - Park County

Logan Creek Ranch

Located just 10 miles west of Cody in its own lush and very private valley, this power-packed 680 acre ranch is watered by Logan Creek, a spring-fed tributary of the Shoshone River, that flows through the heart of the ranch providing water for wildlife, livestock, and irrigation. The headquarters is situated a mile north of State Highway 14 just below Logan Mountain. The ranch then climbs through dramatic coulees and foothills to the high ridges where it adjoins BLM lands which give way to the Shoshone National Forest. The site enjoys dramatic views overlooking the North Fork Valley and the Buffalo Bill Reservoir. A comfortable home overlooks a spring-fed pond and the valley to the south, and within a short walk of the main residence is a
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$6,850,000 5,166 acres
Torrington, Wyoming 82240 - Goshen County

North Platte River Ranch

Located along 5.5 miles of North Platte River SE of Torrington, this 5,166 +/- deeded acre ranch combines 480 +/- acres of highly productive pivot irrigated cropland with lush river bottom habitat and strong foothill grazing. Hay and grain crops, a 220-head cow herd and seasonal grazing for 700 to 800 AUMs give the ranch excellent diversity. Headquarters include good outbuildings, a good set of pipe corrals and a newly remodeled ranch home. Recreational features include excellent deer and antelope plus terrific waterfowl hunting in season. The Facts: - 5,166 +/- deeded acres - 5 1/2 miles of the North Platte River - 480 +/-pivot irrigated acres - 280 Aus plus crops - Excellent livestock handling facilities - High quality deer and antelope
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$8,900,000 2,200 acres
Meeteetse, Wyoming 82433 - Park County

Wood River Ranch

The Wood River Ranch consists of 2,200+/- total acres (1,000+/- deeded) lying 19 miles south of Meeteetse which makes it a comfortable 50 to 60 minutes from Cody. The Wood River passes through the lower reaches of the ranch for two miles providing exceptional trout fishing as well as irrigation water for approximately 400 acres of hay meadows and pasture. The main building compound is located above the meadows and a short distance from the county road. This exquisitely executed headquarters includes a magnificent lodge, two guest houses offering ten comfortable bedrooms, most with private baths, a managers home, and a large barn/equipment shop. These buildings are thoughtfully designed and of exceptional quality - all of a common vernacular
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$25,000,000 9,300 acres
Rock Springs, Wyoming 82901 - Sublette County

Big Sandy River Ranch

The Big Sandy River Ranch is a vast, productive, beautiful and historic livestock operation with an estimated carrying capacity of 3,500 animal units including sheep, cattle and horses. Operating since 1905 on the site of the Oregon Trail, it spans 150+/- miles in southwest Wyoming from the Wind River Mountains down through the Big Sandy River Basin, across the sage flats to the edge of the Flaming Gorge and on through the Red Desert winter range. The backbone of this ranch is that it provides year-round grazing for both cattle and sheep - from summers in the National Forest, deeded lands and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) allotments, to winters in the desert on one of the largest private grazing associations in the U.S. Additionally, the
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$2,150,000 2,620 acres
Wright, Wyoming 82732 - Campbell County

T & G Ranch

The T & G Ranch is a nice block of excellent grazing land totaling 2,620+/- deeded acres, separated into five pastures. The terrain consists of rolling hills, draws, and gently sloping rangeland. The ranch grows good Wyoming hard grasses known for putting significant gains on cattle. Additionally, the ranch has approximately 145 acres of dryland hay meadows of which hay is harvested on wet years and grazed other years. Watering the ranch are a well and pipeline, with tanks in each pasture, as well as 16 reservoirs and dugouts dispersed throughout the ranch. Several of the reservoirs are spring fed. With the multiple sources of water, livestock does not have to travel far to get a good drink.
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