Horsethief Basin Ranch is 7,000± contiguous acres of grasslands and timberlands, easily capable of supporting 500 cow-calf pairs, with a tried and trusted manager in place to handle the entire operation. The ranch could also work as summer pasture for yearlings, which require less manpower and time. The ranch has 23 miles of fence, and a spring has been developed to create reliable water sources without damaging the riparian zones. No ranch is complete without a home. Built in the vernacular of the region, the main house at Horsethief Basin is 1880’s on the outside, but fully fitted with 2020 comfort and luxury on the inside. At 8,000 square-feet, the custom log house is a marvelous example of how to live in the Old West today.
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