The 85,700± acre historic Stone Ranch lies south of the Ferris Mountains in central Wyoming and runs south and east towards Bradley Peak, about 20 miles north of Rawlins. Owned by the Moore family since 1947, the ranch consists of 16,990± deeded acres, 63,195± acres of BLM lease, and 5,518± acres of State of Wyoming lease. The ranch is made up of several large, deeded blocks, surrounded by the BLM and State grazing leases. It measures roughly 12 miles from north to south and 18 miles east to west and is perimeter fenced and functionally cross-fenced into 11 pastures positioned to allow easy livestock rotation. The ranch has a good distribution of water sources with wells, reservoirs, springs, and several small creeks scattered throughout. The improvements are modest and practical, providing all the needed ingredients for an operating cattle ranch. They include a modest home, bunkhouse, shops, barn, multiple corral setups, and a large livestock building complete with working facilities for processing cattle. The ranch is currently running 1,760 cow/calf pairs during the summer (May-Oct/Nov). In addition to the livestock capabilities, the Stone Ranch offers excellent big game hunting for mule deer, elk, upland birds, and antelope. In summary, this is a large low-overhead grazing ranch with excellent hunting amenities.
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