Zimmerschied Ranch - Crook County, Wyoming
Deeded Acres: 2,880
Leased Acres: 160
Total Acres: 3,040
Asking Price: $2,736,000
SOLD — WORKING CATTLE RANCH FOR SALE IN WYOMING
Outstanding well-managed cattle ranch located in scenic northeastern Wyoming “where the Black Hills break into the Powder River Basin”. The Zimmerschied Ranch offers a strong grass base and dryland hay acres.
- LOCATED 35 MILES NORTHWEST OF SUNDANCE IN CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING.
- VERY SCENIC AREA ALONG THE WESTERN SLOPES OF THE BLACK HILLS.
- ABUNDANT WATER FOR BOTH LIVESTOCK AND WILDLIFE.
- CROSS-FENCED INTO TEN PASTURES.
- EXCELLENT FACILITIES.
The Zimmerschied Ranch is a well-established small working cattle ranch for sale in Wyoming. Cross-fenced into ten pastures, there is an abundance of livestock water from reservoirs, wells, a windmill, and Cabin Creek. The setting is spectacular and the excellent wildlife habitat provides both forage and shelter for numerous species. The ranch has direct access into both State and BLM lands, offering thousands of acres of public land for recreational purposes including hunting. Situated just 16 miles from Devils Tower and within close proximity to the many attractions in the Black Hills of South Dakota, this is an ideal location for a family ranch experience.
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RANCH OPERATION Click To View
The ranch consists primarily of strong grass land; however, approximately 211 acres of dryland/sub-irrigated farm land lies along the Cabin Creek drainage and the present owners have always been able to harvest hay from these meadows.
The ranch is cross-fenced into ten pastures and has an abundance of livestock water from reservoirs, wells, one windmill and Cabin Creek, which flows through the northern part of the ranch for about two miles.
The present owners of the ranch do not own any livestock. For the past few years, they have been taking in cattle during the summer months on an extremely limited basis. Consequently, because of sufficient moisture and reduced cattle numbers, the available feed/vegetation is plentiful. Historically, the ranch was utilized as a year-around cow/calf operation with supplemental feeding in the winter. However, an alternative use would be for a seasonal yearling cattle operation (about five months).
Note: Carrying capacity may vary due to weather conditions and management practices. Interested parties should conduct their own analysis prior to purchasing.
The topography of the ranch consists of timbered ridges sloping down to open meadows and open range land. The elevation ranges from 4106′ to 4405′ above sea level. According to the NRCS (Natural Resource Conservation Service), the average annual precipitation in this area is 11 inches.
RANCH IMPROVEMENTS Click To View
The main residence is a single-story, ranch-style, 1,450 sq. ft. home built in 1977. It has 3 bedrooms and two full baths. The 1,450 sq. ft. finished walk-out basement has dormitory style sleeping areas, two ¾ baths and lots of storage. There is an 8×30 framed sun porch on the rear of the residence and a 7×26 framed porch off the basement.
Attached to the main residence is a 12×24 finished cooking/eating area for large groups.
Also attached is a 625 sq. ft., 2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment.
There is a detached, over-sized, 2-car garage with a breeze-way between the home and garage.
The second residence is an older 1,138 sq. ft., 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom home. Features include a wood burning stove in the living room, Coleman gas furnace, and wood flooring.
Other improvements include:
1,156 sq. ft. Barn with set of corrals.
1,344 sq. ft. Garage/Shop.
1,728 sq. ft. loafing shed.
2,400 sq. ft. loafing shed.
3,600 sq. ft. open shed.
2,700 sq. ft. Quonset
1,200 sq. ft. Utility Building
240 sq. ft. Bunkhouse
Second set of corrals located near the center of the ranch.
WILDLIFE & RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES Click To View
The habitat found on the ranch and in the surrounding area is ideal for many species of wildlife, including mule deer, antelope, wild turkeys, pin-tail grouse, bobcats, eagles, geese and ducks. All may be observed on the ranch throughout the seasons.
The ranch property has direct access to two State of Wyoming School Sections plus thousands of acres of BLM land, which opens up a wide spectrum of hunting and recreational opportunities.
The Zimmerschied Ranch s a short distance from a world of adventure and many varied recreational amenities offered in the Black Hills of Wyoming and South Dakota.
Take in Devil’s Tower, America’s first National Monument, by leisurely strolling around one of the park’s paved trails or make one of the most popular crack climbs in the world, play a round of golf, wet a trout fly and still have time to enjoy a fine meal.
Skip across the warm water on skis or a tube at Keyhole Reservoir under the warm summer sun. Located on the Belle Fourche River, this State Park offers over 9,000 surface acres of water and 53 miles of shoreline where one can enjoy camping & picnic areas, boating, hiking and fishing for walleye, northern pike, bass and crappie.
Blue ribbon trout fishing abounds in streams and lakes throughout the Hills.
The Bear Lodge Ranger District of the Black Hills National Forest boasts miles and miles of uncrowded trails with breathtaking views for the hiker, mountain biker or horseback rider.
During the winter months, mother nature’s finest powder snow can be found high up in the Bear Lodge Mountains and at Terry Peak Ski Resort. The area also offers miles of groomed trails for the snowmobile enthusiast.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Click To View
2015 Real Estate Taxes: $2,943.96.
Mineral Rights: Sellers shall convey to the buyer one-half (50%) of all mineral rights presently owned.
Seller Shall Require an All Cash Sale
Seller reserves the right to effectuate a 1031 tax-deferred exchange according to IRS Regulations. This exchange will not incur any expense or liability on the part of the Buyer.