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Prewitt Ranch - Guernsey, WY
5,331 deeded acres plus 2,258 acres of State and BLM Permits Live water, irrigated farm land, expansive summer pastures, tremendous recreational opportunities and good year-round access. The North Platte River runs through the ranch for over two miles in a historic area along the corridor of the Oregon Trail and the Pony Express. Good headquarters buildings and corrals. Located in a great central location within an easy drive to numerous towns and recreational areas. The ranch has been in the same family since the late 1800s. Historically it has been run as a traditional cow/calf operation, but would also be conducive to running yearlings. The farming operation includes 210 acres of irrigated land under two electric center pivot sprinklers. Summary:
-Location-Between Guernsey and Lingle, Wyoming. -Acreage- 7,589± total acres, which includes 5,331± deeded acres, 240± acres of BLM Grazing Permit and 2,018± acres of State Lease.
-Operation- Currently being run as a traditional cow/calf operation. 210 acres of irrigated land under two electric center pivot sprinklers. -Improvements- The headquarters includes a modular home, Morton barn with calving pens, pipe & continuous fence corrals, cement block shop/garage, and mobile home hookup. -Water Resources- Over 2 miles of the North Platte River, 2 irrigation wells, 7 electric wells, 4 windmills, 1 solar well. -Wildlife & Recreation- Pronghorn Antelope, Whitetail Deer and Mule Deer along with Turkeys, Geese and Ducks. The North Platte River offers fishing for Brown, Rainbow & Tiger Trout, along with Channel Catfish, Walleye, and Yellow Perch.