The Boner Ranch is one of the last legacy ranching operations of its size on the hard grasses of Niobrara County, Wyoming. This crown jewel consists of 32,878 deeded acres, 3,000 State of Wyoming lease acres and 3,000 BLM lease acres. The boundaries contain a contiguous block of hard grass prairies on new pipeline infrastructure and the vast majority of what is known as the Seamen Hills break up the skyline of the Southern boundary of the property. There are approximately 22 pastures each having multiple reservoirs and each pasture has either new or repaired and reliable pipeline infrastructure for stock water. Historically the ranch has stocked between 4,000 and 7,500 yearlings for 4 months usually beginning in late May until October 1 and also has supported 800-900 sheep annually. There is a very good set of working corrals for sorting, weighing and shipping. A 5-bedroom home that was built in 1918 has been remodeled, cared for and lived in since its construction. The improvements are modest but adequate and comfortable. This property offers excellent recreational opportunities; the Pronghorn Antelope and Mule Deer hunting is exceptional and a bass pond is located near the house. This ranch has been in the family for over 100 years.