The T Cross T Ranch, a well-balanced cattle operation, lies at the confluence of Beaver Creek and the Belle Fourche River, approximately ten miles northeast of Hulett. Lying along these two streams are 275 irrigated acres that balance out the productive grazing lands. The ranch totals 4,823 acres of which 2,103 acres are deeded. It is accessed off Crook County Road 222, a well-maintained gravel road that heads north off Wyoming Highway 24. Just off the county road are a complete set of quality, practical improvements including two newer homes, a large shop and a full set of steel corrals. The river and creek bottoms marked by bur oaks and brush thickets transition as the elevation increases to open pastures and then to the pine ridges for w
Hess Ranch - Alva, Crook County, Wyoming:
This small, productive ranch, located in the beautiful Black Hills of Wyoming, consists of 163 deeded acres with 76 acres under pivot irrigation that produces about 200 tons of hay per year. This beautiful and scenic ranch features a very nice, five bedroom, 3-1/2 bath home built in 2005 that has geothermal heat produced from a new artesian well on the property. This well produces 1,150 GPM with approximately 40 pounds of pressure and also supplies irrigation water to the 2005 T&L center pivot. There are several outbuildings including a 34x40 three car garage, 40x54 pole barn/shop, 34x60 livestock barn, 40x60 open-face shed, grain bin, 30x40 old livestock barn with hay mow, 24x40 open-face live
Beaver Creek Acreage - Crook County, Wyoming
136 acres - Price Reduced $598,000
Amazing Black Hills setting west of Aladdin on Beaver Creek and adjacent to a wide expanse of Black Hills National Forest. This 136 acre property is on the northeastern side of the Bear Lodge Mountains. The north boundary fronts Highway 24 and the southwest side borders a wide expanse of National Forest.
Beaver Creek flows through the valley for over mile. The property features a picturesque combination of topographical features with winding creek bottoms, open meadows, and wooded hills. Ponderosa pine, aspen and bur oak trees along with a variety of other deciduous trees and bushes make for a remarkable landscape at an elevation of 4,200 to 4,400 feet.