This exceptional farm is located five miles west of Wheatland, Wyoming offering year-round access with well-maintained roads. Of the 91± total deeded acres, there are 80± pivot-irrigated acres; 4± flood-irrigated acres with the balance of the property being 7± acres of native grass. There is a low-pressure, 7-tower pivot with new low-pressure nozzle kits installed in 2020. There is a dual source of water: the first being a single-user head-gate via Wheatland Irrigation District (Wid) with a 25 HP motor. The second source is an irrigation well that is rated at 1,000 GPM with a 75 HP motor. There are 40± acres planted to grass/alfalfa mix with yields of 4½ ton/acre on three cuttings and 40± acres planted to corn with yields of 25 ton/acre for corn silage. There are 16.3 FSA base acres of barley with a PLC yield of 70 and 50.4 FSA base acres of corn with a PLC yield of 174. The topography consists of flat and level farm ground which allows for ideal irrigation. Irrigation and electrical costs for the farm consists of the following: annual costs for the Wheatland Irrigation District are annually and the five-year average electric cost is or an annual cost of Current cash rents in the Wheatland area on similar farms are to There are 91 acres of water rights from the Wid. The property is partially fenced with 5 and 7-strand barbed wire on steel posts. No improvements but the farm does offer a suitable home site in the southwest corner with electric and beautiful mountain views.