The 36,781± acre (30,054± deeded) SY Ranch is situated in Southern Crook County, midway between Moorcroft and Sundance. The remaining balance of the ranch is primarily State and BLM leases. Owned by the Hadley family since 1989, the ranch headquarters sits along Inyan Kara Creek on the eastern side of the ranch nestled into the Wyoming Black Hills. From the timbered east side of the ranch, it expands westerly into well-sodded grass plains. The ranch and prairie rangeland are well watered with nine different creeks, several new wells and pipeline developments, springs, and reservoirs. Expanding roughly 11 miles north and south and 15 miles west to east, it is broken into approximately 40 sizeable pastures. Three different county roads mainly running north and south through the ranch make for easy access to all areas. The ranch is large enough that the public roads have little impact on privacy. Instead, they aid in providing easy access to pastures for the movement of livestock. A second location and home sits east of the headquarters, on the far east side of the ranch. There are 1,200± acres of grass hay meadows along Inyan Kara Creek and a dryland hay pasture west of the improvements. Currently, the meadows are being grazed, but in past years they provided a significant source of hay. The ranch historically has run 500 pairs year-round in a cow-calf operation and 1,750 yearlings during the summer months. The improvements include three houses, a large historic barn, a modern shop building, and multiple other barns and sheds used for calving and storage. The corrals are exceptional and constructed of pipe and wood. They were designed by stockmen and made for easy handling of cattle. The SY Ranch offers excellent hunting for mule and whitetail deer, elk, upland birds, and antelope.