Ranch Soup - .....a  RANCH STAY with all the right ingredients.

Police & Fire Vacation Discount
If you are an active or retired career fireman or law enforcement professional, you will receive a 10% discount during your Ranch Soup stay on the Boreen Ranch of Wyoming. Please make sure to mention your affiliation when you set up your stay.

Big Horn Basin, Wyoming
Boreen Hay and Cattle
about us

One of the questions guests like to ask is "what is there to do...."

  what`s happening
                   at the ranch.....

Here`s a good shot of one of the "young guns"
on the ranch. 
When kids show up here,
they are informed that they are
"cowboys (or cowgirls) in training.

                                                             Wyoming Lobster!

When you book your stay, you
can check the traps for a "Wyoming Lobster Feed" a la Ranch Soup!.  These crawdads come from right on the ranch and they are really good.  They are of some size and taste great with melted butter.  Guests love catching the crawdads and helping make the meal.  Talk to us if you`d like to include this as one of your ranch experiences. 

You could be watching the ferrier at his trade, in the cab of a tractor baling hay, setting string to help rotate cattle, fishing on one of the several ponds or reservoirs, branding cattle to go to summer range, sitting around the fire pit enjoying a gooey "S`More" or a cool beverage, or gazing across the pond in front of the Ranch Soup Guest House at the Big Horn Mountains.    And that`s if you stay on the ranch instead of touring that day!   The Big Horn Basin offers more to do for visitors than you could possibly see or do during a single stay! 


Brandon putting new shoes on Buckles last month.


Your Wyoming ranch stay with “Ranch Soup” is apt to be spent under wide blue skies scudded with white billowing clouds, sun-filled days, and comparatively little wind. Sunrises and sunsets are usually characterized by breathtaking deep rose and pink backdrops, crowned with beautiful starry nights.  The richly painted foothills in the foreground in varying hues of red, sand, gray and green combine with the Big Horn Mountains to the east and the Absarokas to the west, with occasional glimpses of the Beartooth and Owl Mountains to the north and south. Place this scene on verdant green irrigated fields of alfalfa, barley, corn, sugar beets, and dry beans and you have the Big Horn Basin. 


Ranch Soup is a part of Boreen Hay and Cattle Ranch and is located in the Big Horn Basin of northwestern Wyoming.  We are fifty miles east of Cody.  -Map-   and just south of the town of Otto, Wyoming.  We are centrally located to everything in the Big Horn Basin.  At first glance, the map can be a little misleading.  We are just 11 miles west of the town of Basin and 3 miles south of State Hwy. 30  - only 3/4s of a mile off the pavement.  Yet the ranch itself adjoins hundreds of thousands of acres of public land.  "Ranch Soup" stays are quiet and relaxing, yet easily accessible and conveniently located to all the Big Horn