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Wyoming’s most expensive old house listing. The Pitchfork Ranch, 96,000 acres! $67,000,000

February 2, 2024

Welcome to Wyoming’s most expensive old house listing! Quite amazing! The Pitchfork Ranch was built in 1878. The ranch encompasses 96,000 acres in Meeteetse, Wyoming. The ranch will come with 1,300 cattle and all of the farm equipment. It is currently owned by two retired doctors who wish to spend more time with their family. 7 1/2 miles of the Greybull River run through the ranch. Eight bedrooms, five bathrooms and 5,400 square feet. $67,000,000

From the Zillow listing:


The Pitchfork, founded in 1878, has a deep history in northwest Wyoming & a reputation that spans the country. A working cattle ranch at its core, it’s rare to see a contiguous piece of land this size on the market. The ranch encompasses 96,115 total acres. There are 13,886 deeded acres on the ranch that are dispersed amongst State and BLM leased acreage. This land connects to two Forest Service permits which amount to 44,984 acres. State land makes up 31,600 acres & BLM ground is the remaining 5,645 acres. Being sold as a turnkey operation, the ranch is fully stocked with a quality cow herd and all the equipment to operate. The Pitchfork is owner rated to carry 1300 cows. The ranch has two Forest Service allotments in the summer, one allotment is for 925 cow/calf pairs from July 10th-August28th, and the other allotment is for 127 cow/calf pairs from July 1st-September 30th. Outside of these fixed dates the cattle run on a combination of deeded ground along with BLM and state leases. The Pitchfork is also home to the purest strain of Yellowstone cutthroat trout found in the US. The Greybull River and its tributaries provide some of the best fishing in the state for the Yellowstone cutthroat, along with a healthy population of mountain whitefish. The Pitchfork controls access to over 7.5 miles of the Greybull River and has many miles of tributaries that hold fish as well. Listing agent is the acting Ranch Manager.



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