South Muddy Farm
167 South Muddy Road, Riverton Wyoming, 82501
146+/- acres total with 129 acres irrigated crop land
Location: The South Muddy Farm is located on South Muddy Road 20 miles west of Shoshoni and 20 miles north of Riverton Wyoming. The property is in the Wind River Valley at the foot of the Owl Creek Mountains. Situated in the north central portion of the state, it is approximately 140 miles to Jackson and Yellowstone Park. Schools are located at Shoshoni and Riverton with bus service to the farm. Riverton has a population of 10,000 people and is primarily an agriculture and energy economic base.
Description: The farm has been a productive family farm for several decades. As a stand alone operation or base for a livestock operation, the farm is a productive farm that has raised a variety of crops and livestock over the years. It is located off South Muddy Road, a gravel road that fronts the farm, and 2 miles off North Portal Road, a county maintained asphalt road connection to highway 134.
The home is a 2000 sq. foot 4 bedroom 2 bath home with a walkout deck.
2016 Pole Barn 60×40 with a small tack shed and riding/storage area.
There are two prefabricated storage buildings and two farm utility buildings.
Livestock corrals are utilized for cattle and horses and automatic waterers supply both corrals and pasture.
The farm is within the Midvale Irrigation District, one of the larger irrigation districts in the state. Midvale sources water from the Wind River and several storage reservoirs to supply water to over 70,000 acres of farmland. The canal supplying the water is on the southern boundary and it is gravity irrigated with poly gated pipe. Midvale oversees water distribution and water in the area is known as reliable.
Pasture: There are 13+- acres of pasture that is partially irrigated.
Agriculture: The farm has been a stand alone family farm primarily raising alfalfa hay, corn, and beans.
Wildlife and recreational opportunities: The South Muddy Farm is located in the Wind River Basin at the foothills of the spectacular Wind River and Owl Creek Mountains. For the outdoorsman, the opportunity to access some of the best wildlife, fishing, and outdoor sports in the west are literally endless. The farm sits in an area where trophy mule deer are common. Waterfowl and upland birds are abundant. There are 4 reservoirs within 20 miles of the that offer some of the best fishing opportunities in the state.
Comments: This farm has a proven track record of production. It is currently managed with a continuous effort toward improvement of soil, yields, and weed mitigation. Water has been reliable and the climate in the area lends itself to top quality hay production. This is a very good farm in a desirable area.
Taxes 2020: $4053
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