Withdrawn — Mill Iron 4 Mill Iron Ranch, Dubois, WY

Mill Iron 4 Mill Iron Ranch (MI4MI) IMG_2973 (1024x659)is comprised of 855 fenced acres (100 Deeded/755 BLM lease) and is located 6.1 miles outside historic Dubois, WY. It is an exceptional example of what western living has to offer–open space nestled between the Wind River and Absaroka Mountain Ranges, abundant wildlife and big game species, geological and archaeological treasures, surrounded by Shoshone National Forest and wilderness areas and their numerous lakes, rivers, trophy fishing, and year round recreational opportunities, and topped off by close proximity to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.

The MI4MI Ranch is steeped in American history and legends, famous and infamous. Once home to dinosaurs, it became a wildlife migration route, later, the warm wintering grounds for the Shoshone Indians, and, eventually, the homestead of rancher/lawman, Hank Boedeker, of Butch Cassidy fame. Other ranchers in the area have included such notables as the Disneys, the Maytags, the Schwinns and the DuPonts. MI4MI (2006) embraces the natural splendor and ruggedness of its past along with very upscale conveniences making it a truly special place to enjoy life.

The ranch improvements exemplify western practicality and luxury. All buildings are in excellent condition. The log main house is custom throughout. This three bedroom, two bath home has 1,882/889 sq. ft. of indoor/outdoor living area, a gourmet kitchen, living/dining room with a granite/burl-trimmed gas fireplace, entry hall, well-equipped, versatile utility room, and a hot tub with private deck. The interior has beamed ceilings throughout, custom cabinets in every room, marble/slate floors, granite counters everywhere, propane H/AC & cooking, security system and large, custom double pane windows.

Other improvements include: hot tub/17’ X 17’ deck, two heated metal storage buildings, artistic outhouse, greenhouse. dog kennel, tool shed, tack shed, corral/arena, asphalt and gravel driveways, fuel tanks, and landscaping.

The log guesthouse with three bedrooms, two and a half baths, 1387/4290 sq. ft. of indoor/outdoor living area has construction similar to the main house.

Main Residence
  1. Log Home / 1 Level
  2. Year Built: 2006
  3. 1,882 sq. ft.
  4. $210 / sq. ft.
  5. Fenced, Partially Covered Deck
  6. 889 sq. ft. deck
  7. $62 / sq. ft.
  8. Hot Tub with Private Deck
  9. 3 Bedrooms (3rd Bedroom has Decorative Gas Stove and can optionally serve as a Large Office or Family Room)
  10. 2 Full Bathrooms
  11. Living/Dining Room with Gas, Granite/Burl Fireplace, Antler Chandelier, Bar/China Cabinets
  12. Custom Gourmet Kitchen with Center Island/Seating Space, Six–burner Wolf Stove, KitchenAid Dishwasher, GE Double Door Refrigerator/Freezer, Wolfgang Puck Rotisserie/Pressure Oven, Microwave Oven, 14” Panasonic Color Television
  13. Large Utility Room: Counters, Cabinets, Sink, Washer/Dryer, Pantry, Built-in Ironing Board
  14. Custom Cabinets in every Room, Solid Core Knotty Pine Doors Throughout
  15. Dark Green/Black Granite Counter Tops in Kitchen, Bathrooms, Bar, Mini Refrigerator and Facing of Fireplace. Fireplace Mantel is Rough Granite Slab
  16. Italian Ruff/Smooth Marble Tile/Slate Inlay Flooring in Kitchen, Front Entries, Bathrooms, and Gas Fireplace and Stove Aprons
  17. Ceilings and Walls are thick Knotty Pine Paneling; Large Knotty Pine Beams throughout the house; Burl Cornice in Bathrooms
  18. Propane Heating, Air Conditioning and Cooking
  19. Security System/Temperature Sensors
  20. Large, Double-Pane Custom Windows
  21. Log Building, Tin Roofing
  22. Condition: Good
  23. Cement Sidewalks
  24. Landscaping includes lawn and flower gardens


Guest House
  1. Log Home / 1 Level
  2. Year Built:  2006
  3. 1,387 sq. ft.
  4. $190 / sq. ft.
  5. Fenced, Partially Covered Deck
  6. 429 sq. ft. deck
  7. $62 / sq. ft.
  8. 3 Bedrooms (3rd Bedroom has Private Entrance and can optionally serve as a Large Office or Family Room)
  9. 2 ½ Bathrooms
  10. Living/Dining Room
  11. Large Office/Family Room or Bedroom with Separate Entrance
  12. Kitchen with open Dining Counter
  13. Utility Room: Washer/Dryer, Cabinets, Furnace, Water Heater
  14. Custom Cabinets throughout
  15. Ceramic Tile Counter Tops and Floors in Kitchen, Bathrooms, and Front Entries
  16. Ceilings/Walls of thick Knotty Pine Paneling. Large Knotty Pine Beams throughout
  17. Propane Heating/Electric Cooking
  18. Large Picture Windows throughout
  19. Log Building, Tin Roofing
  20. Condition: Good


Designer Renovated Outhouse


Metal Storage Building
  1. 30 ft x 40 ft.
  2. 1,200 sq. ft.
  3. Commercial Propane Heating/Air Conditioning
  4. Electricity
  5. Alarm System
  6. Insulated Tin Roofing
  7. Cement foundation
  8. Condition: Good


Quonset Hut / Metal Building
  1. 30 ft. X 40 ft.
  2. 1,200 sq. ft.
  3. Propane Heating
  4. Electricity/Ditching
  5. Foam Insulation Roof/Walls
  6. Cement Foundation
  7. Large Cement Apron
  8. Condition: Good


Wells/Septic Tanks                      


  1. 18 ft. X 32 ft.
  2. 576 sq. ft.
  3. Plastic covering
  4. Pea-gravel Flooring
  5. Sunscreen (removable)
  6. Raised Planting Beds
  7. Condition: Good
 Dog Kennel
  1. Accommodates 2 Large Dogs
  2. Cyclone Fence
  3. Cement Foundation
  4. Grassed Area
  5. Exterior Cement Walkway

            Powder River Panels/Gates

  Tool Shed #1
  1. Wood Siding
  2. Tin Roof
 Tack Shed #2                                 
  1. Wood Siding
  2. Tin Roof
 Asphalt Paved Driveway
Culverts to be Installed
 Gravel Driveway                           
Culvert to be Installed
 Fuel Tanks                                      
  1. 3 Gas Tanks, 500 gallons each
  2. 1 Diesel Tank, 500 gallons

Deeded/Fenced      100 Acres

BLM/90% Fenced   755 Acres

Total Acres             855 Acres

Kitchen-Pantry-Cabinets Living Room Office or 3rd BR




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Mill Iron 4 Mill Iron Ranch is situated approximately 6.1 miles north of Dubois, Wyoming on irrigated farm ground lined with willows along Little Horse Creek. Access is by a county-maintained gravel road.

Dubois has been voted one of the “Best Rural Towns” by American Cowboy magazine

Dubois offers an excellent K-12 school system, a medical clinic, physical fitness center, grocery store, library, numerous dude ranches, and a municipal airport. It is also home to the National Big Horn Sheep Interpretive Center, Dubois Museum, and the Headwaters Arts and Conference Center.

Commercial air service is available through Jackson and Riverton less than 100 miles away.

Dubois is located in the Upper Wind River Valley of west central Wyoming and enjoys a dry climate with a large percentage of sunny days. Dubois is a gateway community to Yellowstone and Teton National Parks.

The area is home to the largest herd of Bighorn sheep in the lower 48 states. It is also home to several thousand Rocky Mountain Elk who winter here. Photographers and wildlife watchers can view Grizzly bears, Bighorn sheep, moose, Mule deer, Whitetail deer, Grey wolves, Trumpeter swans, Canadian geese and many species of ducks and song birds.

For the angler who is in search of variety, excellent fishing is available in the Wind River and its tributaries along with numerous mountain lakes and streams.

The Fitzpatrick, Washakie and Teton Wilderness areas and Shoshone National Forest encircle the area providing unparalleled hunting, fishing, hiking, backcountry skiing and many other recreational opportunities.


At any time of year, you may find moose, elk, deer and antelope. There are also mountain lions, bears, Bighorn sheep, coyotes, foxes, and wolves in the nearby national forest. For bird watchers, the area provides ample opportunities to view bald and golden eagles, osprey, hawks, herons, Sandhill cranes, owls and numerous species of song birds. The ranch is on a migration corridor for Rocky Mountain Elk moving to their winter range on nearby Spring Mountain and the Spence Moriarity Wildlife Habitat Management Area, which supports the largest free ranging herd of elk in the country.  The irrigated fields and the riparian area at the confluence of Little Horse Creek and Pony Creek offer excellent cover and forage for big game animals, wildlife, song birds, eagles and hawks.

The Wind River offers some of the finest fishing in the country. The fishing is exceptional for Brook, Brown, Cutthroat and Rainbow trout. The Upper Wind River has public fishing access areas up and down the river. The Wind River watershed offers 626 lakes and reservoirs and 2,057 miles of streams.

The Upper Wind River Valley offers a multitude of outdoor recreational opportunities including horseback riding, hiking, biking, ATV, camping, photography, scenic drives, and wildlife viewing. Winter recreation includes ice fishing, snowmobiling, backcountry skiing and snowshoeing

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2014 taxes were $5,759.50

Mill Iron 4 Mill Iron  Ranch has irrigation water rights through Little Horse Creek