Cory Clark

CORY CLARK was raised on a 5th generation ranch in eastern Wyoming, giving him first-hand experience in owning and managing livestock and agricultural real estate. Following graduation from Chadron State College with a BA degree, Cory began his real estate career in 1996. Within the past 27 years, Cory has closed on 330 agriculture properties consisting of 1,814,805 acres and $870,329,906 in sales. Cory’s integrity, experience, professionalism, and attention to detail are the foundation of his success. Through a developed wealth of experience in marketing ranch properties throughout the west and his passion for the land and the people who chose to make it their home, Cory has earned a reputation for unquestionable personal and professional integrity, providing genuine concern for clients and seeking to understand their singular goals and motives. Helping clients broker their transactions is not just a job, it is his passion. Cory is licensed in Wyoming, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, and Colorado. 
$260,000  •  38.58 acres
2010 Champion Modular Home, 1,188 square feet on a permanent foundation (crawl space). Three Bedrooms and two full bathrooms (includes master bed and bath). Living room with wood burning fireplace as the focal point. Large kitchen and dining area. Kitchen appliances included (refrigerator and gas range). Laundry room directly off of the kitchen with back entrance to home. Gas forced-air furnace and water heater. Covered front deck. Private well and septic system. 27’ x 30’ shop built in 2011. Older barn with bunkhouse. .25 miles from US Highway 85 with southern views of JM Creek and western view of the Rawhide Buttes. Electric supplied by Wyrolec of Lingle, WY. Propane tank is leased from Global Propane - $60/yr. Covenants apply.
$450,000  •  25.28 acres
The Sterkel Acreage boasts 25± deeded acres with Pathfinder irrigation water rights and live water via Sheep Creek which runs along the boundary of the property. This property is in a great location just north of Henry, Nebraska, offering year-round access from US Highway 26 and maintained county roads. Improvements include a beautiful residence, 20x20 shop with concrete floor, 20x20 loafing shed, 13x8 loafing shed, tool shed and updated livestock pens. This single level residence offers 2,464 sq. ft. with an open floor plan, built in 2001 with three bedrooms and two baths and attached garage. There are numerous updates throughout including a butcher block island, new windows, furnace and upgraded A/C. This property also features a fully fenced yard with mature trees and underground sprinkler system and is located in a very sought-after area along the Nebraska/Wyoming state line.
$3,800,000  •  832 acres
The Little Sandy Ranch in Farson, Wyoming is a year-round cattle operation with an irrigated hay base, indoor equestrian training facility, and live water in western Wyoming. Owner-rated for 233 pairs year-round, the ranch is comprised of an 832± deeded acre headquarters four miles east of Farson, and 233 shares in the 200,000+ acre Little Sandy Grazing Association. The Little Sandy Creek flows through the headquarters which also includes 274± acres irrigated under four center pivots and 65± acres of flood irrigation. A 125’ X 250’ heated arena constructed in 2005 also includes a beautiful 2,500 sq. ft. living space. Additional improvements include a 1,352 sq. ft. manager’s home, 2,000 sq. ft. two-story log equipped with calving pen, 5,760 sq. ft. metal hay and equipment storage shop, 4,047 sq. ft. metal mechanic’s shop, 2,500 sq. ft. metal horse barn, several loafing sheds, and a grain bin. Cattle handling facilities include pipe corrals with alley, tub and hydraulic chute, and cattle loadout. Complete information about the Little Sandy Grazing Association is included in the property brochure located on the Clark & Associates website.
$4,950,000  •  560 acres
The Laramie River meanders for approximately two miles under the chalk bluffs and through the mature cottonwoods of this alluring 560± acre meadow ranch. With big views of the Laramie Mountain Range, including 10,500 ft. Laramie Peak, this historic ranch is well-watered with 333± acres of 1875 territorial water rights, plus two miles of Laramie River frontage and four wells. The grazing pastures are watered by a 7-tower Zimmatic pivot and flood irrigation. There are numerous fenced pastures for rotational grazing and the fences are in excellent condition. The ranch is owner-rated for 150 cow/calf pairs year-round. The feedlot capacity is 400+ head of calves which are fed ground hay and corn silage in concrete feed bunks with aprons. The main home consists of 3,958 sq. ft. with three bedrooms, 3½ bathrooms, spacious kitchen, living room, dining room, great room, office and entertainment room. The home is surrounded by a beautifully landscaped yard with numerous mature trees and shrubs as well as lush floral and vegetable gardens most of which is irrigated by an underground irrigation system. The huge patio with its cook shed makes outdoor entertaining enjoyable in this spectacular setting. The headquarters have numerous, well-maintained outbuildings including a 3,770 sq. ft. calving barn, shop, feed shed and other usable outbuildings. The property also features three charming rental homes.
$1,799,000  •  128 acres
This well-managed 128± acre ranchette includes 28± irrigated acres and 80± acres of dry land farm ground plus recreational horse pens, roping arena, round corral, several outbuildings and home. The Buckley Ranchette home consists of 2,200 sq. ft. and features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, hardwood floors, butcher block countertops and an unfinished basement. The fields on the property are seeded to Roundup Ready alfalfa and irrigated by Huntley Project Irrigation. This property produced approximately 140 tons of high-quality alfalfa in 2021 and is used in the fall to graze cattle and or horses.
$1,296,000  •  2,082.5 acres
Located in the Big Horn Mountain range, the Ramage Mountain Pasture consists of 1,080± deeded acres, 882.5± BLM lease acres, and 120± State of Wyoming lease acres. The terrain of the ranch is high mountain hills and draws with the elevation varying from 7,770 to 8,745 feet above sea level. Springs are scattered in the bottoms of the draws and feed several year-round streams. Wildlife is abundant and includes elk (Area 120), mule deer (Area 34) and antelope (Area 73). This property has historically qualified for landowner hunting tags. The mountain grass is highly sought after by livestock producers and the property has historically been used to graze sheep from late June through mid-September. The property is owner rated for 200 cow/calf pairs of summer grazing. This property lacks insurable access and has a conservation easement in place, the terms of which can be found on the Clark & Associates website.
$2,950,000  •  2,093 acres
The Hills View Ranch, consisting of 2,093.72± deeded acres, is located in the Belle Fourche River Valley just east of Belle Fourche, SD. This well-watered and incredibly improved ranch has historically been used for backgrounding weaned calves and calving first calf heifers. The five large barns and supporting holding lots with steel wind breaks offer great winter and spring weather protection for the cattle. The huge processing barn allows for low stress handling and processing of large amounts of cattle in a controlled and user-friendly environment. Two flowing wells and supporting pipelines provide ample water for the buildings, pens, house and pastures. There is a large, insulated shop providing a great area for equipment repair and storage as well as overhead bins for efficient commodity handling during the winter-feeding months. This property also includes water rights to irrigate approximately 250± acres. The home on the Hills View Ranch is a recently updated and finished with four bedrooms, 2.5 bath stick built structure that has unbelievable views of the Black Hills and surrounding area. The property borders the famous Orman Dam Recreation Area, allowing for easy access to excellent fishing and boating.
$1,599,000  •  157 acres
This well-managed 157± acre farm includes 130± acres under irrigation, custom cattle feeding pens, recreational horse pens, a roping arena, and two houses. The hay meadows are irrigated by an 85± acre full-circle Reinke pivot, 20± and 15± Reinke wiper pivots, and a corner of flood irrigation. This farm produced 560 tons of high-quality alfalfa in 2021 and the meadow is used in the fall to graze cattle for a few months. The corrals are constructed of metal pipe and steel cable with concrete bunks. A total of six horse pens with runs line the north side of the corrals. Improvements include a 2,688 sq. ft. metal pole barn with two 12’ metal doors, a 1,216 sq. ft. horse barn with an office and tack room, a 2,448 sq. ft. loafing shed, 1,440 sq. ft. loafing shed, and two grain bins. The main home is 850 sq. ft. with two bedrooms, one bathroom, and a basement. The guest house is 520 sq. ft. with one bedroom, one bathroom, and a basement. Water to the property is provided by a well, year-round water from Pilot Drain, and 143.9 acres of Midvale Irrigation District water rights.
$8,510,000  •  5,319.92 acres
Located approximately thirteen miles east of Albin, Wyoming on County Road 6 and 10 miles west of Nebraska State Highway 71, in both Banner and Kimball Counties, the Mosher Farm consists of 5,319.92± deeded acres. The farm acres are summer fallowed and in corn stubble awaiting spring planting. The rolling hills common to this part of Nebraska provide excellent farming opportunities as well as out-standing animal habitat. Whitetail deer and upland game birds frequent the Mosher Farm. There are many access points to the West Farm including a county roads and section roads. There is a lease with Invenergy Wind Development, North America, LLC, that will transfer with the acquisition of the farm. A Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) is in effect on the portion of the farm. The Mosher farm is currently leased on a crop-share program. This property is owned by real estate broker licensed in the State of Wyoming.
$6,500,000  •  9,914 acres
Consisting of 6,414± deeded acres, 1,600± State of Wyoming lease acres and 1,900± BLM acres for a total of 9,914± total acres, the Renegade Ranch offers spectacular opportunities and privacy for the outdoor enthusiast. Located just minutes from Lingle, Wyoming, the land consists of pine and cedar tree-covered hillsides, ravines and canyons set among grass-covered meadows. Ample water is provided throughout the ranch for cattle and wildlife from three windmills and one pump jack, four reliable spring along with three wells with electric submersible pumps, all strategically located throughout the ranch. Known for its hardy native grasses, the Renegade Ranch has historically been used as a cow/calf operation. Multiple species of wildlife frequent the property including trophy mule deer, antelope and an occasional elk, in addition to turkeys.
$2,100,000  •  2,036 acres
Located approximately 50 miles southwest of Kaycee, Wyoming in the Big Horn Mountain range, the Spring Creek Mountain Pasture consists of 1,080± deeded acres and 956± BLM lease acres. This 2,036± total acre property is a balance of grass valleys and steep evergreen covered hillsides at an elevation between 8,000-8,500 feet above sea level. This mountain property is home to many species of wildlife and has qualified for elk, mule deer, and pronghorn landowner hunting tags. Multiple hunt areas merge on the property: Elk 48 & 120; Deer 34 & 35; and Pronghorn 73 & 115. Spring Creek meanders through the property for nearly three miles and is home to brook trout. A portion of the Spring Creek Mountain pasture known as Kidd Lake creates a wetland and pond which in years past was a larger lake home to perch. Hazelton Road and 33 Mile Road provide access to the property which lies in both Natrona and Washakie counties. The property has historically been used as grazing for 150-200 head of cattle from June to September and it is perimeter fenced and cross-fenced into two pastures. Just two miles from the headwaters of the Middle Fork of the Powder River, the Spring Creek Mountain Pasture features and placement in the Big Horn Mountains make it an excellent sporting and recreation ownership opportunity. Access should be considered seasonal depending on winter snow accumulation levels.
$1,271,049  •  325.91 acres
This 325.9± deeded acre parcel lies directly adjacent to and partially surrounds the Bell Knob Golf Course in Gillette, Wyoming. The gently rolling, grass covered hills make this a prime development property. The perimeter of the Bell Knob Acreage is fenced. There are no improvements to the Bell Knob Acreage, however power is adjacent to the property.
$999,000  •  499 acres
This 499± contiguous deeded acre farm is set in the Eden Valley and includes pivot irrigation, grazing pastures, barns, and cattle working facilities. 201.99± acres are irrigated by a ten tower T&L pivot and currently planted to brome grass including small amounts of orchard grass with native grass and alfalfa also being present. The owners have historically utilized the property as an irrigated grazing operation and harvest one cutting of hay as well- which amounted to 220 tons in 2021. A large irrigation pond receives the water sent from the pipeline of the Eden Valley Water District and overflow channels are carved on the dam to spill water during heavy snowmelt years into a second pond. Additional water is also provided by two livestock wells. Improvements include a 2,880 sq. ft. 2008 pole barn for machinery storage, 576 sq. ft. 2011 metal barn for livestock protection, and cattle working facilities. Additionally, the property has historically met the qualifications for two landowner elk tags, and two pronghorn tags.
$799,000  •  367 acres
The Fuller Upland Farm is the ideal recreational property for upland bird hunting including pheasants along with goose and other waterfowl hunting. Other wildlife include mule deer, bald eagles, hawks, coyotes, fox, badger and prairie dogs. This property consists of 367± deeded acres and features sub-irrigated wetlands with cattails, rolling hills, pasture ground, and irrigation canals. Two seasonal reservoirs also exists on the Fuller Upland Farm. The 99± acres of flood irrigated farmland utilize a 15 hp pump from the main canal. The farm has been in corn and bean production, with an approximate $10,000 annual cash rent. There is one fenced pasture for livestock grazing. The property is sprinkled with cottonwoods and boxelder trees. The Goshen Irrigation District Canal, canal road and electric power lines cross the property. This farm is located 7.5 miles south of Torrington with year round access via US Highway 85.
$1,100,000  •  96.21 acres
The Box Elder Creek Horse Property is a contiguous 96± acre horse property with exceptional improvements located approximately seven miles east of downtown Rapid City, South Dakota. This is a potential income producing horse facility with approximately 26 covered horse stalls, 200’ x 80’ indoor arena with heater, 150’ x 300’ outdoor arena, paddocks and loafing shed. Additional improvements include a hay/grain barn and employee quarters with a 20’ x 40’ apartment. Historically, 50± acres have been utilized for hay production with an alfalfa/grass mix. Water for the property is provided by two sources; city water for the residence and domestic well for the remainder of the property. The residence is a 2,240 sq. ft., ranch-style modular home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. This property is in an outstanding location, just minutes from Rapid City with year-round access just off of Interstate 90.
$1,150,000  •  3.46 acres
This 11,200 square foot office/shop combination sits on a 3.46± acre lot primely located on the busiest street in Wheatland with I-25 frontage and visibility. The property has been used as a family trucking business for over 65 years. The front part of this meticulously maintained building includes a recently remodeled receptionist area, kitchenette, three private offices and one large office. There is an additional large shop office which can be accessed from the reception area, the front of the building and the shop area. The front the building also features a trucker’s lounge, office bathrooms, a shop bathroom/locker-room, as well as a two-story parts room. The main part of the shop includes four tractor trailer bays, three of which are pull through. An additional pull through wash bay is secluded at the end of the shop for a total of nine overhead doors. This shop features cement floors, a mechanics pit, overhead fans and access to compressed air throughout. Heat can be provided by three different sources, including a wood furnace, an oil burner and radiant overhead heat. A truck scale is located out front perfect for viewing from the reception area and offices. On the back of the lot there is a large grain bin that has been converted to a storage area complete with an overhead access door.
$3,350,000  •  1,856 acres
The Scenic Ranch consists of 1,856± deeded acres located approximately 35 miles southeast of Rapid City, South Dakota. This productive grass ranch consists of rolling hills, cedar-break pastures and natural springs that wind through the north end of the ranch. Numerous tree-lined draws with deciduous and evergreen trees offer exceptional protection for livestock and wildlife. The improvements at the headquarters include a well-maintained, ranch-style home, built in 1973, with five bedrooms, two bathrooms, attached garage and numerous updates throughout the home from the remodel in 2018. The residence has been thoroughly updated to include a brand-new kitchen, flooring, energy efficient windows, renovated bathrooms, HVAC system and much more. Additional improvements on the ranch include a 30’x60’ steel shop and a 38’x72’ Quonset with livestock corrals. The ranch has been running 140-170 cow/calf pairs year-round with supplemental winter feed. The Scenic Ranch offers numerous wildlife with hunting opportunity to include mule deer, white-tail deer, turkey and antelope.
$13,195,000  •  19,998 acres
This sprawling cattle ranch in eastern Wyoming is comprised of 19,358± deeded acres and 640± State of Wyoming lease acres for a total of 19,998± contiguous acres. Significant consideration has been given to the water development on this ranch over the years which consists of approximately 45 stock tanks connected to an extensive underground pipeline, providing ample water throughout the ranch for livestock. Reliable water is provided by submersible wells with additional water sources in the form of windmills and solar well. The Tea Kettle Ranch is cross-fenced into 26 pastures with 80± total miles of fence line allowing for excellent grazing rotation. The improvements on the property include a modular home, working corrals and barns. The topography of the ranch features heavily-sodded grass pastures that historically provide excellent gains on livestock. The rolling to rough hills and buttes offers cover throughout the ranch providing ample protection for livestock as well as excellent habitat for several species of wildlife including mule deer and antelope. The Tea Kettle Ranch has been well-managed over the years and is owner-rated at 800 cow/calf pairs year-round with supplemental winter feed, or approximately 2,000 head of yearling cattle during the summer months.
$208,000  •  52 acres
The Atkinson 52 acres is situated on the east of side I-25 with easy paved road access 4.5 miles south on the S. Wheatland Hwy. The land has nice views of Laramie Range to the west. The property is fenced and has electricity. Livestock water is provided by Wheatland Irrigation District. All of the property is currently leased for grazing; the lease expires November 1, 2023. Lease payments will be prorated to day of closing. 512± acre option available.
$400,000  •  80 acres
The Atkinson 80 acres is 7.5 miles southwest of Wheatland at 73 Ferguson Road with easy paved road access and great views of the Laramie Range to the west. The vacant home on these 80 acres is uninhabitable. The property is fenced, has a well and electricity. All of the property is currently leased for grazing; the lease expires November 1, 2023. Lease payments will be prorated to day of closing. 512± acre option available.
$525,000  •  18 acres
Four separate parcels totaling 18 acres just outside the city limits of Saratoga, WY. Excellent building site with 2 wells, and a brand new 24x100 barn just minutes from town. Barn has a 12x12 tack room with a concrete floor, with water and power to it. Great opportunity for an acreage of this size this close to town, with great views of the mountains.
$700,000  •  160 acres
Located minutes from Guernsey, Wyoming and just a short distance from Wheatland, Wyoming, this 160± acres property offers views of Gray Rocks Reservoir and Laramie Peak with the peace and quiet of country living. Built in 2002, the custom ranch-style home features 1,800 sq. ft. on the main level with additional finished living space in the walkout basement. There are four bedrooms and three bathrooms, a private septic system and a private well. Additionally, a 38’x60’ insulated shop with a concrete floor and lean-to livestock building with corrals are located on the property. This is an ideal horse owner’s ranchette. There are no covenants on this property.
$950,000  •  380 acres
The Atkinson 380 acres is situated on the east side of I-25 four miles south on the S. Wheatland Hwy with easy paved road access. The land has nice views of Laramie Range to the west. The property is fenced, has a stock well, corrals, electricity and Wheatland Irrigation District water rights. All of the property is currently leased for grazing; the lease expires November 1, 2023. Lease payments will be prorated to day of closing. 512± acre option available.
$5,735,000  •  1,156 acres
WATER, WATER AND MORE WATER! The Rageth Farm has some of the most extensive water rights of any farm in the region. Consisting of 1,156± total acres, the farm has approximately 873 irrigated acres under 9 pivots, with senior water rights from Bitter Creek, conveyed through the Sidon Irrigation Canal, as well as a Shoshone River water rights through the Sidon Irrigation Canal; water right dated April 24, 1900. This farm features an immaculate set of improvements complete with two residences, a 60’x96’ heated shop, 93,000 BU grain storage, a new 80’ truck scale and a 60’x60’ Morton equipment storage shed. Attention to detail is evident in everything on the Rageth Farm, from the well documented and recorded water rights, the condition of the farm ground, the up-to-date irrigation equipment and the exceptional set of improvements. With an abundance of water and a low average rainfall this farm would make an excellent hay farm.
$1,800,000  •  844 acres
Situated on approximately 844± deeded acres, the Prairie Smoke Hunting Ranch has been geared towards providing comfortable and efficient accommodations for hunting parties of eight to ten people including all facilities to clean harvested birds. Additional improvements included ample storage space for ATV’s boats and other equipment plus dog kennel facilities. The ranch is comprised of 347± cropland acres and approximately 497± acres of native pastures. Currently, a portion of the cropland used for wildlife food plots to enhance the attraction of birds and deer. Historically, the ranch will graze approximately 85-100 cow/calf pairs during the summer months.
Clark & Associates Land Brokers

Cory Clark
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Lusk, WY 82225

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