The Wohlbrandt Ranch is a contiguous 1,310 +/- acre tract of raw land located just a few miles from the city center in Buffalo, Wyoming. Approximately 100 acres are under a water irrigation contract with the State of Wyoming and it produces over 400 tons of alfalfa and alfalfa/grass hay per year. The rest of the ranch consists largely of native range with some improved meadow grass. There are a couple of springs and two solar wells and a pipeline that provide water for stock and irrigation. It’s a quick easy drive to expansive views for numerous homesites, prolific rangeland acreage, protected draws for stock and wildlife and productive meadows for feed support. The ranch also represents an opportunity for rural development of parcel sizes down to 35 acres which would be outside the scope of the subdivision regulations in Johnson County. The list price for the entire ranch represents an equity value proposition for the parcel/development oriented purchaser. There are no residential improvements or ranch stead improvements on the ranch. The new owner will either be buying to hold, buying for investment or for rural parcel development or some other commercial or industrial use. Three phase power is on the property and provides service to a pump on the pipeline. From here the power can be taken throughout the property. The existing stock wells are at higher elevations and are approximately 200’ in depth. The mule deer hunting and antelope hunting on this acreage is exceptional and it has not been hunted commercially in the past. It’s a great ranch in a convenient location with flexible uses and exit strategies. The ranch is also located just a few miles between Healy Reservoir and Lake DeSmet, two incredible recreation reservoirs.