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Johnson Sheep Mtn Ranch

Wheatland, Wyoming (Platte County)
$4,200,000Sold
3,514 +/-

A unique 3,500+ acre diversified sporting ranch in the Laramie Mountains west of Wheatland, Wyoming, Johnson Sheep Mountain Ranch offers fly fishing along private stretches of the North Laramie River and world class hunting for mule deer and elk.

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A unique 3,500+ acre diversified sporting ranch in the Laramie Mountains west of Wheatland, Wyoming, Johnson Sheep Mountain Ranch offers fly fishing along private stretches of the North Laramie River and world class hunting for mule deer and elk. The ranch for sale is designated as “crucial winter habitat” for big horn sheep and mule deer, and “optimal year-long winter range” for elk, mule deer and big horn sheep by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Varied western topography with rolling grassy hillsides, river bottom, steep canyon walls and rocky hillsides coupled with excellent access, gives this property unprecedented value. Only 3 hours from Denver.

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