• The Running Creek Farm is located six miles northeast of Lusk, Wyoming, and is presently operated as a farm and cattle background operation.
• This easily-accessible, contiguous ranch consists of approximately 648 irrigated acres and 712 acres of native grass pastures for a total of 1,360± acres.
• Four Zimmatic low-pressure center pivots irrigate the 648 acres with two west pivots currently planted into alfalfa and the two east pivots planted to oats.
• Historically, three cuttings of hay are harvested off the pivots with the total annual yield averaging 3,200 tons of hay.
• The irrigation wells for the pivots produce between 850 to 1000 GPM with pumps set at approximately 200 feet and static water levels ranging between 80 and 130 feet.
• All the pivots are fenced so cattle may graze the irrigated ground and adjoining pastures.
• A state-of-the-art water system includes four electric wells, one windmill, and three buried water storage tanks strategically located throughout the property to maximize livestock grazing.
• Improvements include a recently remodeled five bedroom, three bath 2,500 sq. ft. home as well as a 2013 three bedroom, two bath, 2,066 sq. ft. modular home; a 48’x96’ metal building with a concrete floor and heated/insulated shop; three 60’ x 160’ hay barns; corrals; and feedlot facilities with livestock scale.