Located 15 miles northwest of Lusk, this well-balanced and well-watered ranch consists of 1,265.71± deeded acres which has historically been a cow/calf operation. Pine and cedar tree-covered ridges provide excellent livestock protection and wildlife habitat. The ranch currently has five pastures with watering points located throughout the ranch. There is a Morton building, a set of working corrals and a loadout chute on the 28 Road Ranch. The ranch and surrounding area is well known for its abundance of elk, trophy mule deer, whitetail deer, and antelope. A flock of wild turkeys along with sharp-tail grouse, sage grouse, Hungarian partridges, bobcats and coyotes also frequent the ranch. The 28 Road Ranch offers great opportunities for hunters, equestrians, and all outdoor enthusiasts.