The C Bar B Ranch is an exceptional property offering traditional ranching operations combined with the finest in sporting features and equestrian amenities. Historically, this ranch hosted hunter-jumper events and has a 32,000 square foot indoor arena and barn that includes 19 large stalls, washroom, feed room, tack room, restrooms and office. The sporting features include 3.75± miles of private trophy trout fishing on Clear Creek, game bird farm potential, skeet shooting range, prime riparian and upland habitat for game bird and waterfowl hunting, dog kennels, pheasant pens and excellent mule deer and white tail deer hunting.
Consisting of 1,043 deeded acres, the C Bar B Ranch has 659 acres of territorial adjudicated water rights under two different appropriations. (Priority 9-15-1884 with 2.86 cfs for 200 acres and Priority 6-1-1885 with part of 8.86 cfs for 459 acres.) They are currently irrigating about 360-acres under seven center pivots and another 40 acres are being flood irrigated. There are about 219 acres that are sub-irrigated and 300± acres are bottomland.
The fertility of the land combined with early priority water rights provides excellent productivity and capable of producing 1,400± tons of alfalfa hay annually. In addition to the equestrian facilities, this ranch has excellent livestock improvements.
The living improvements include a recently updated and remodeled 100-year old executive house with about 5,800 square feet, 4-bedrooms, and 5-baths, boasts refinement modern elegance and comfort. It is surrounded by century old, towering cottonwood & spruce trees. Furthermore, the ranch has a separate guesthouse and corporate office in addition to a manager’s home and additional bunkhouse.
This ranch does have a Wyoming Stock Growers Association Land Trust Easement on it. Please inquire.
• 1,043 DEEDED ACRES
• 3.75 MILES OF CLEAR CREEK
• PRIVATE TROPHY TROUT FISHERY
• 32,000 S.F. INDOOR ARENA
• 19 LARGE HORSE STALLS
• 7 CENTER PIVOTS: 360+ ACRES
• 1,400± TONS OF HAY PRODUCTION
• TERR. 1884 – 2.86 CFS & TERR. 1885 – 8.85 CFS (PART) FROM CLEAR CREEK VIA THE DES MOINES DITCH
• 312± ACRE FEET OF STORED WATER
• PHEASANT PENS AND DOG KENNELS
• PRIVATE GAME BIRD FARM
• SKEET SHOOTING RANGE
• UPLAND GAME BIRDS & WATERFOWL
• TROPHY MULE DEER HUNTING
• TROPHY WHITE TAIL DEER
• 5,800 S.F. EXECUTIVE HOME
• MANAGER’S HOME
• SEPARATE GUEST HOME
• CORPORATE OFFICE
• NO CAPITAL GAINS TAX
• NO CORPORATE INCOME TAX
• NO PERSONAL INCOME TAX
• 10.75 MILES NORTH OF BUFFALO, WY
The C Bar B Ranch, located in the heart of the Clear Creek Valley below the Healy Dam and a few miles from the confluence with Piney Creek, is about 10 minutes northeast of Buffalo, WY on paved US Highway 16, or about 40 minutes from Sheridan, WY
This is another watershed that’s part of the great land “where the rivers run north” that has been so coveted for over 130 years of ranching, but even prior to that when it was inhabited by the Plains Indians. The soils and the grasses have always provided excellent feed for the livestock and wildlife, but additionally, it’s the overall combination of water, soils and climate that has made this area such a great place to live.
The historic western town of Buffalo is scenic and quaint at the foot of the Big Horn Mountains. It has all the essential services one might need, such as a modern hospital and clinic, physical therapy, grocery stores, a fantastic sporting goods store, banks, ag supply stores, a movie theatre, fine dining, and an excellent public school system. Buffalo also has Johnson County Airport, which is capable of handling small jets.
The charming community of Sheridan, WY has most amenities and conveniences, including jet service and a commercial airport as well as world-class golf, dining, medical facilities, first-rate schools (rated among the best in the nation) and shopping in Sheridan’s historic downtown. Furthermore, and more distinctly, Sheridan is home to the annual WYO Rodeo, world-class polo, Brinton Museum, Don King Days and many other uniquely “Sheridan” lifestyle events that are sure to please everyone. For further shopping and air service, one can find it in Billings, or Casper, each about two hours away. Furthermore, the Big Horn Mountains are only 30 minutes to the west, where you’ll find all the outdoor recreation you can imagine.
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The climate around the Buffalo/Sheridan area is one of the most “live-able” climates in Wyoming with pleasant summers and moderate winters. Perhaps it’s the proximity to the 45th parallel along with the positioning next to the Big Horn Mountains and the lower altitude, but the Big Horn Mountain foothills have always been one of the most desirable places to live for those who have experienced it. Whatever the reason, it’s hard to argue that this area doesn’t have the greenest and most pleasant climates.
For climate information, visit Sheridan’s Climate
C Bar B Ranch
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