Taylors Tongue River Ranch owns both sides of the iconic Tongue River for almost a mile. Located only minutes from the historic town of Sheridan, Wyoming along the foothills of the Big Horn Mountains. Of the 284+/- deeded acres, the Tongue River Ranch holds 163+/- acres of irrigation on this the fertile river bottom ground. Several fields of mixed hay grass grows up so tall you cant see your calves. Fences, ditches, and head gates are in good working order.
This stretch of the Tongue River is known by locals and fishing guides to hold big brown trout. White tail deer find the lush vegetation and cottonwood lined river ideal habitat as well as pheasants and other wildlife. Access to national forest and hundreds of thousands of acres of public lands is just minutes away.
Sheridan is known for its polo fields, horse drives, rodeos, and horsemanship. Taylors Tongue River Ranch will make the quintessential horse property in setting that is unparalleled. Improvements include a large picturesque horse barn that also surprises with an incredible executive home. The original home and the original homestead cabin are also on the property providing abundant living space for guests and extended family. Welded equestrian pens and well conceived stock working corrals make the Tongue River Ranch a balanced operation.
North of Sheridan, Wyoming
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