Buying Johnson County Land

Also as part of our mission to conserve natural resources and inform the public, we can help answer questions about soils, water quality and availability, wildlife, and horticulture, for specific locations in Johnson County.  This can be particularly useful for those new to the region.


Buying Land in Johnson County

If the price seems too good to be true, you should ask these questions:

· is there good ground water?

· will anything besides native shrubs and grasses grow?

· where will you dispose of your trash?

· is this property serviced by a fire district and what is the response time?

· are snow removal services provided by the County?

· is there a nearby power or phone line?   Power poles are extremely expensive!

· are there existing roads and how are they maintained?


Did you know?

· it is not uncommon to have winds in excess of 60 mph

· one horse requires 40 plus acres of native forage and supplemental feed will be required most of the year

· by law, Wyoming is a “fence out” state. This means that it is the responsibility of the landowner to exclude his or her property from adjacent landowners grazing programs.


Code of the West ... the realities of rural living.

Last Modified on February 3, 2016

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