Brush Creek Ranch
The Brush Creek Ranch is a traditional Wyoming working cattle ranch comprised of two units that make up a total of approximately 4,874 deeded acres and 660 acres of BLM leases. The Laramie Plains Unit offers excellent summer grazing while the Headquarters Unit is in hay production.
Located southwest of Wheatland, Wyoming the Brush Creek Ranch is a traditional working cattle ranch comprised of two units that make up a total of approximately 4,874 deeded acres and 660 acres of BLM leases. The 1,820 deeded acre Headquarters Unit includes an 80 acre BLM lease and has valuable water rights which irrigate approximately 300 acres and produces hay. Other improvements on the Headquarters consist of a small home, shop, barn, corrals and feedlot.
In addition to the excellent protection for livestock, the nearly 1.5 miles of Brush Creek provides excellent habitat for the trophy elk along with whitetail deer, mule deer and antelope that frequent the Wyoming ranch. The Laramie Plains Unit consists of approximately 3,054 deeded acres and a 580 acre BLM lease. The Laramie Plains Unit offers excellent summer grazing, and is adequately watered by two windmills, one spring and one reservoir. The ranch can be purchased in its entirety or as two separate units.