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Canyon Springs Ranch

Property Details

The Canyon Springs Ranch is a remarkable cow-calf operation and hunting property comprised of 3,896 +/- deeded acres, 800 +/- State of Wyoming leased acres and 80 +/- Bureau of Land Management leased acres. This ranch is located beneath the dramatic uplift of the Goshen Rim and along Lane Canyon Springs which runs approximately 40-50 gallons per minute and provides year-round live water throughout the ranch. The ranch is very well-watered via pipeline systems and several springs and is divided into 11 pastures. There are two sets of improvements on the ranch, both are equiped with outbuildings and working corrals. The main set of improvements was constructed in 2007 while the second set of improvements was built in 1988. The ranch has abundant feed and excellent protection in the canyons and rim country. The Canyon Springs Ranch is a self-sustaining operation and is an ideal family-sized, closed herd, purebred cattle operation. There is summer grazing located on top of the rim which is fed by a reliable well and pipeline system. This ranch should support approximately 135 cow/calf pairs year-round to 155 cow/calf pairs with supplemental feed. The Seller currently leases the adjacent Goshen Rim Ranch for grazing. The Canyon Springs Ranch is teeming with elk, white-tailed deer, mule deer, antelope and upland birds. It’s located in elk hunt area 3 and deer hunt area 15. The Canyon Springs Ranch is located near Torrington, Wyoming, home to one of the nation’s largest livestock terminals. Cattle can be readily marketed and transported to facilities in eastern Wyoming, northern Colorado, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Kansas.


The Canyon Springs Ranch is located two miles south and ten miles west of Yoder, Wyoming on a well-maintained part paved and part graveled county road, which provides easy year-round access. The ranch also is easily accessed via the Slater Road Exit on I-25 and is approximately 22 miles north of Chugwater and 34 miles southeast of Wheatland, making it very accessible from Denver, Colorado; Cheyenne, Wyoming and Casper, Wyoming where commercial air service is conveniently available.