34,970 Acre farm in South Central Montana thirty miles East of Billings, MT, on I-90. State of the art storage and headquarters. Owners have been producing record yields of winter and spring wheat, corn, safflower, sunflower and pulse crops. 120-130 growing season, 13-14 inch rainfall. Investor potential.
0 Fly Creek Road, Hardin, Montana
The Big Horn Farm is a large efficient dry land wheat farm located in Big Horn County, Montana. It is a relatively new farm in that it was broke out of sod in the early eighties and developed into a first class wheat farm.
LOCATION: The Northwest Big Horn County and three miles off I-90 at the Fly Creek exit which is 30 miles east of Billings, Montana. Billings, Montana’s largest city, is a full service community with the best in medical facilities, lots of entertainment, supplies, retailers, and an international airport. Hardin, the county seat, is approximately 15 miles east from the farm and offers light services.
CLIMATE: 120-130 day growing season. 12-14 inch rainfall area. Low snowfall area.
BROKER COMMENTS:As one of Montana’s largest farms as well as the only one on the market, Big Horn Farms should be of interest to producers and investors. The Big Horn Farm is a very efficient operation with everything state of the art.
Focus has been to raise a variety of crops. Owners have had success with sunflowers, safflower, lentils, corn, as annual rotations to small grain.
120 Acres bordered by State section and BLM only an hour north of Billings, Montana, nestled in the West Parrot Creek Coulee of the Bull Mountains southeast of Roundup, MT. This ranch has what you are looking for. A private, clean, and well maintained horse and hunting ranch with a 2 bedroom home, guest cabin with bath for family & friends, shop and work shop with veranda, superior horse & cattle pens and tack room. All this accessed from county maintained road meandering through the Ponderosa Pines and rimrock coulees. A must see!
400 West Parrot Creek Road
Roundup, Montana 59072: $499,000
LOCATION: The Bull Mountain Horse & Hunting Ranch is located eleven miles southeast of Roundup, Montana, in the Bull Mountains within the West Parrot Creek Coulee. Accessed from a county maintained road surrounded by Ponderosa pines and rimrocks. The ranch is sixty miles north of Billings, MT. Billings is Montana’s largest city known as “Montana’s Trail Head” with superior air service and is a major medical and financial hub for Montana and the surrounding states.
AREA FEATURES: The ranch is located in the Bull Mountains with rolling hills, pines, and outcropping rimrocks. The area is famous for elk and deer hunting.
WILDLIFE: elk, deer, turkeys, and upland game birds.
CLIMATE: Parrot Creek is in the 15 – 17 inch rainfall area and is moderate in snowfall. The area is within the Chinook Belt and has approximately 120 day growing season.
WATER/WELLS: The are 3 wells listed, but only 2 are plumbed and in service. Good drinking water! Well One is 100′ deep and produces 40 gpm. Well two is 120′ deep and produces 15 gpm.
ACREAGE: 120 Acres divided into ten lots. Borders State section on the northwest corner and BLM land on the east providing additional hunting and recreation with access from the ranch.
IMPROVEMENTS: The Headquarters with all the buildings is fenced in with very nice wood fence and gate.
House: 1,008 sq. ft. ranch-style home on cement pad with pine interior. 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. There is propane and wood heat and a large 230 sq. ft. screened in porch.
Shop: 40′ x 60′ shop split into two sides. Floor drain, insulated, heated, cement floors and a lot of different power outlets for heavy duty work. Lean-to carport – 20′ x 12′, closed on three sides with roof and cement floor.
Work Shop: 40′ x 28′ with all cedar wood on floor, walls, and ceiling. Very well insulated and so nice, could easily be used as additional living space. Large covered veranda – 26′ x 16′.
Cabin: 24′ x 16′ with a 15′ x 5′ porch. One bedroom, one bath, laminate floor on cement, wood siding and ceiling, all insulated, and with a large (24′ x 12′) storage room. With own septic tank – 1,500 gallons and already set up and plumbed for three more cabins.
Barn & Tack Room: 24′ x 20′, insulated, heated, power, cement floor, and hitching posts.
Riding Arena: 200′ x 300′ outdoor arena with heavy steel fence.
Round Pen / Cutting Arena: 100′ diameter with heavy steel fence and wood walls.
Pens: Assorted, all heavy steel fenced.
Pasture: Four acres, heavy steel fenced pasture / holding pen.
Sheds: Two sun or weather sheds on the property. One with cement floors & cement/wood walls and power. The other shed has steel sheet walls.
TAXES: approximately $1,200/year.
TERMS: Cash to seller.
BROKER COMMENTS: The Bull Mountain Horse & Hunting Ranch is located in a peaceful location protected by pines and rimrocks. All buildings are in very good shape, very functional, and the arena and pens are extremely well built. Beautiful and exceptional clean ranch.
On the Yellowstone River. 300 acres – 100 acres irrigated and 200 acres of sub-irrigated cottonwood grove. Approximately one mile of river front. Beautiful home, shop, and machine shed. Hunting & fishing haven. The ranch is located 15 miles east of Rosebud on the north side of the river. $1,200,000 turn key. Contract for Deed considered.
130 Thurlow Road S, Rosebud, Montana
LOCATION: The Wild Rose Ranch is located in the Yellowstone Valley between the town of Rosebud and Miles City on the north side of the river.
The ranch has been in the same family for thirty-seven years and has been their home and business the entire time.
They have put their hearts into the property with developing the irrigated to a state of the art system and the buildings to complement the land.
The folks have decided they would like to retire and move to the Billings area.
The ranch is located 124 miles east of Billings via I-94 to Exit 103 then 12.1 miles east on Highway 446. 45 miles west of Miles City via I-94 and Highway 446.
CLIMATE: Being on the river benefits the weather. Elevation is 2,500′. The frost free days are approximately 130 days. Snow accumulation is moderate.
IMPROVEMENTS: – 2006 home with a full finished basement, 1,560 sq. ft. up & down, 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, high-end cabinets throughout, closed in porch, double attached garage, metal roof, lots of stone work and extras. The home is heated with radiant water heat in the floor both up and down. The heating system is in the shop and pumped throughout. System is fueled by wood and coal. Extremely economical and efficient.
– Shop, 28′ x 50′, insulated and floor heat from the same system as the house.
– Machine Shed, 40′ x 80′, steel sided and roof.
ACREAGE: Total Deeded Acres: 292.65: 97.16 acres irrigated & 195.49 acres river bottom.
The 97 acres irrigated is fed from the main ditch a mile uphill by an under ground 15″ mainline with 52′ of fall. This creates gravity pressure. All irrigated acreage has been machine leveled and sales includes 1.5 miles of gated pipe, 18 acres is seeded to permanent grass.
The Cottonwood Grove river bottom supports the cow herd and all the wildlife. It is mostly sub-irrigated and very productive.
WILDLIFE: The Wild Rose Ranch is teeming with wildlife. Pheasants, white tail deer, mule deer, and turkeys. The ranch has had numerous trophy deer taken. The owner has had it leased to an outfitter on a year to year basis.
The Wild Rose Ranch is within the Water Fowl Flyway and ducks and geese feed on the crops. The ranch is within the area that is restricted and as a result, there is no waterfowl hunting below the high water mark.
TAXES: $4,722.64 – includes irrigation water.
PRICE: $1,100,000 – includes cattle, machinery and gated pipe.
BROKER COMMENTS: The Wild Rose Ranch is a pleasure to represent. Every detail has been considered in the home, buildings, and the irrigation system.
In thinking about the kind of buyer that would like the place, it ranges from background feeder, cash crop grower to sportsman.
If we can get someone interested in the sporting side as well as a producer, we maybe able to split the place.
Grazing tract north of Billing, Montana, on Highway 87. 4,608 acres in one block. Wells and Razor Creek on the property. No improvements. Can build your own setup. Lots of wildlife, deer, antelope, and an occasional elk. Thirty minutes to Billings.
30 Mile Ranch – 0 Sando Road: LOCATION: Approximately 25 miles north of Billings and east of Highway 87 at Sando Road. All in one block. ACREAGE: 2,848 Deeded acres, 1,760 acres State Lease, 4,608 total acres. IMPROVEMENTS: None. WATER: Razor Creek runs through most of the property. It is an intermittent creek and does not run year around. Water rights filed on Razor Creek. Three wells – all yield 10 to 15 GPM. POWER: Runs through the property. REA – Lewistown office. REAL ESTATE TAXES: $1,468.94 for 2015. PRICE: $1,700,000 TERMS: Cash to seller. BROKER COMMENTS: The ranch is used as a grazing unit. Mostly native range – some timber on north end. Lots of wildlife including deer, antelope, and some elk.
The Two SW Ranch located in Haxby, Montana, is a strong grass Montana ranch – 500 head carry capacity. 17,823 total acres with 5,973 deeded. Great water spring fed reservoirs, five wells, and pipelines to the stock tanks. Two modest ranch homes, livestock corrals, numerous outbuildings, and good fences.
3980 Haxby Road
Jordan, Montana 59337: $3,300,000
LOCATION: The Two SW Ranch is located in Montana’s least populated area. The ranch is located 28 miles northeast of Jordan, Montana, the county seat of Garfield County. Jordan has a general aviation airport and Billings, Montana’s largest city, is approximately 175 miles southwest has the closest commercial airport.
The Two SW Ranch is nestled between the southern borders of the Fort Peck Reservoir between the Missouri River side and the dry arm side of Fort Peck. The 1,100,000 acre Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge flanks the East and West side of the ranch. GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Two SW Ranch is a “Montana Grass Ranch. A cowboy outfit with a 500 head average carrying capacity. Approximately 17,823 total acres – 5,973 deeded, 9,354 BLM Lease, 1,398 CMR, 1,005 State Lease, and 93 private acres. A diverse terrain with gentle rolling hills, high bluff ridge lines, to deep draws. Pastures can be accessed with ATV/side-by-side. Cow work is done on horseback! IMPROVEMENTS: The ranch has two modest ranch houses, set of cattle working corrals with water, livestock barn, other lean-to-sheds and storage. The ranch is fenced and cross fenced in good repair. WATER: Five wells with numerous pipelines and stock tanks provide water along with many reservoirs spring fed and also runoff dirt tanks. Ground water in this area is more abundant due to the Fork Peck Reservoir. PRECIPATION: 13-15 inches annually. Jordan’s 40 year average is 13.37 inches. WILDLIFE: This ranch is ideal for the outdoorsman with plenty of room to roam, private access to miles and miles of public land with abundant wildlife. This area is known for the large mule deer bucks, antelope, and the occasional elk, upland game birds, water fowl, and the endless boating and fishing opportunities on Fort Peck. The Fort Peck Reservoir has a twisting turning shoreline made up of over 1,520 miles worth, longer than the shoreline of California. PALEONTOLOGY & ARCHAEOLOGY: The Middle and Upper Hell Creek Geological formation, a vast prehistoric graveyard, is located throughout the vast breaks and badlands. Fossilized dinosaur remains have been unearthed as well as prehistoric plant and sea life. The Hell Creek Formation extends into the property as well as artifacts from the American Indians and the homestead era. TAXES: $3,564.41. MINERALS: If any, they will transfer. TERMS: Cash to seller. BROKER COMMENTS: The Two SW Ranch is a True Montana Grass Ranch. The deeded ground is intermingled with the public ground tying the water and the ranch together. This grass is strong and the calves on this ranch are some of the best range grass calves around. This ranch is what you see, a grass “Cowboy Outfit”.
2189 Highway 78, Roscoe, MT 59071 – Sale Contingent
The Rosebud Horse Ranch is a complete facility for breeding & training.
LOCATION: On the East Rosebud drainage, two miles down stream or North of Roscoe, Montana. Since everyone says “Where the Hell is Roscoe?” – The property is on Highway 78 twelve miles south of Absarokee and thirty-two miles west of Red Lodge.
Roscoe is at the base of the Beartooth Mountain Range. Red Lodge is an agricultural/resort town on the road to Yellow-stone National Park and the Red Lodge Mountain Ski Run. Red Lodge has medical facilities and is a full service community.
Modular home with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 1,926 sq. ft. on a permanent foundation. Woodstove, deck, & RV parking.
160’ x 70’ indoor arena, insulated, lights, and windows. Stalls in a lean-to style building off the arena. Attached 2 bedrooms, 1 bath apartment with a single car garage.
Heated & insulated shop with attached storage area.
16’ x 32’ pole frame loafing shed with steel siding.
Four paddocks all with steel pipe fencing.
ACREAGE: 21.7 acres total adjoining Highway 78 with approximately 15 acres flood irrigated. Two wells on the property.
TAXES: $2,793.67 for 2015.
TERMS: Cash to seller.
BROKER COMMENTS: I don’t see much that could be improved on as a horse facility. Everything is well kept and in working order.
If you wish to build an executive home, there is a great location and use the existing home & apartment for a caretaker and/or trainers.
1,720 Acres twenty miles northwest of Billings, Montana. 1,340 acres pasture divided into four units, two wells. 380 acres farm ground. Power. Great access.
Comanche Flats Pasture & Farm LOCATION: 20 miles Northwest of Billings, Montana, in Yel-lowstone County. DIRECTIONS: From Billings take Highway 3 north to Co-manche, north end of Comanche take David Road, to the right head north. In one mile, David Road turns right into Berkley Road. You have arrived at the southwest corner of the property. ACCESS: Comanche Flats Pasture & Farm has fantastic ac-cess from the east side off county maintained Van Sky Road. Southern border off county maintained Berkley Road and the west side from David Road. AREA FEATURES: Comanche Flats Pasture & Farm is on-ly minutes from Montana’s largest city, Billings, which provides superior air service, restaurants, shopping, and medical. ACREAGE BREAKDOWN: 1,720 +/- total acres.
– 1,340 Acres: Fenced into four separate units makes up the pasture.
– 380 Acres: Crop land IMPROVEMENTS: Modest corrals with loading chute. Pow-er at the corrals.
– Two wells, one windmill—one at corrals, electric
– Fenced / cross fenced BROKER COMMENTS: Nice opportunity to find pasture close to town with great access and has water.
Farm ground provides opportunity to expand your hay base or seed back to grass.
This property would fit very well with the Buffalo Springs Ranch listing located only a mile to the east.
SOLD! Diamond K Ranch on Red Lodge Creek: 1,264 Acres +- with a private grazing lease (6 months – 250 AUMs) within trailing distance from the Diamond K. The Diamond K is a very productive & diversified property. The two homes and cattle barn overlook Red Lodge Creek that meanders through the south portion of the ranch providing irrigation water along with great fishing. Grove Creek runs through the north side of the property providing hay meadows and the improved pasture with live water for the livestock. The Diamond K is located near Roberts, MT, just east of the Cooney Reservoir with fantastic views of the Beartooth Mountains. (1) Great opportunity to purchase all 1,264 acres with the added private lease for $2,300,000 or (2) The south half of the ranch, 624 acres +- with Red Lodge Creek & improvements for $1,500,000.
LOCATION: The Diamond K Ranch is located between Billings and Red Lodge, Montana, in the small community of Roberts, Montana.
ACCESS: The ranch can be accessed from either Shane Ridge Road, a well maintained county road or from Cooney Dam Road, a paved road.
AREA FEATURES: The ranch is only 40 miles southwest of Billings, Montana, Montana’s major city with superior air service, restaurants, shopping, and medical.
Red Lodge, Montana, is a few minutes to the southwest of the ranch. Red Lodge is nestled under the Beartooth Mountain Range and is the home of the Red Lodge Mountain Ski Resort. Providing year round recreational opportunities. Continuing on past Red Lodge is the scenic Beartooth Highway and the northeast gateway to Yellowstone National Park.
Just up Red Lodge Creek, which runs through the ranch, is Cooney Reservoir with fantastic water recreation and it provides insurance of irrigation water.
ELEVATION:: Ranges from 4,000 – 4,400 feet.
CLIMATE:: The Diamond K Ranch is in the temperate climate for Montana. Minimal snowfall with the Chinook Belt. Annual rainfall is between 14 – 16 inches.
WATER: The ranch has Red Lodge Creek that winds and turns through the south end of the ranch providing irrigation water to 40 acres as well as livestock water.
Grove Creek meanders through the north end of the ranch providing livestock water.
– Year round spring with great production on the north side of Shane Ridge.
– 1 well on the northside – 15 gpm generator power.
– 1 well for the house – 4-6 gallons
– 1 well at the barn – 30 gallons
– Small reservoir on the north side
– 1,120 sq. ft. home with 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths
– Cattle barn in the works
ACREAGE: 1,264 Acres with a mixture of the following: creek bottom, irrigated ground, improved pasture, juniper, and coulee.
BROKER COMMENTS: Hard to find a ranch that has a mixture of agriculture and recreational value with plenty of strong grasses and improved pastures that make a good grazing and hay base. Red Lodge Creek provides the controlled irrigation water and excellent trout fishing. From the wildlife, fishing, and waterfowl, the ranch is a few miles from Cooney Reservoir and minutes from Red Lodge Mountain Ski Resort. Make the Diamond K Ranch the place to build your Montana home and the next place to hang your hat.
Hard to Find productive 4,273 +/- total acres less than 20 miles northwest of Billings, Montana. View over four mountain ranges from the main ranch house. Improvements include 2 more homes, trailer house, large barn with heated vet room, equipment building with cement floor, 3 bay shop, lots of storage & numerous out buildings. Great access. 1,100 +/- acres CRP thru 2017. 860 +/- acres in alfalfa/grass. Must See!!
LOCATION: The Buffalo Springs Ranch is located just 15 miles northwest of Billings, Montana. The ranch lies North of the Town of Acton, Montana, in Yellowstone County.
ACCESS: The south end of the ranch is accessed from Buffalo Springs Road, a county maintained gravel road running north off of Highway 3.
The Ranch Headquarters is accessed by way of Oswald Road, a county maintained gravel road running north of Highway 3.
AREA FEATURES: Buffalo Springs Ranch is only minutes from Montana’s largest city, Billings. With superior air service from Logan International Airport as one of the first stops off of Highway 3, only minutes from the ranch.
Billings is a major medical and financial hub for Montana and the surrounding states. Superior shopping and restaurants.
Billings is known as “Montana’s Trail Head”. The recreation and outdoor life is limitless!.
Four mountain ranges can be seen from the ranch – Snowy, Crazy, Beartooth, & Pryor Mountains.
ELEVATION:: 3,800 – 4,200 feet.
CLIMATE:: The Buffalo Springs Ranch is located in a temperate climate for Montana. Minimal snow fall within the Chinook Belt. Annual rain fall is between 12 – 14 inches.
WATER: Two wells at the Ranch Headquarters, one well off Buffalo Springs Road, several reservoirs fed by the large spring that boosts the ranches namesake – Buffalo Springs.
Water Rights from the spring include: Stock Water Rights, Rights to irrigate 80 acres from reservoir, seasonal runoff reservoir located at Ranch Headquarters.
IMPROVEMENTS: Main Ranch House – Brick home built in 2006, 4,960 sq. ft. on the main level with a full basement and a 1,480 sq. ft. attached garage.
– 24′ x 32′ kitchen with two islands
– Large pantry
– Spacious dining room
– Three bedrooms on the main level
– – – Master – Walk-in closet, Bath with double vanity, separate shower, 50 gallon jetted tub, bathroom is tiled floor to ceiling.
– – – Main Level Suite – Walk-in closet, Private bathroom with tub/shower combo, handicap accessible.
– Office with outside entrance
– Laundry room – sink, half bath, access to garage & basement
– Extra large family room with large storage closets and basement access
Basement: south side ground level entrance
– – – Large rec room
– – – Meat cutting room with walk-in cooler and freezer
– – – Hobby room
– – – Woodworking room
– – – Bedroom & bath
– Heat radiant propane boiler
– Cooling double unit attic propane cooler
– Front yard sub-surface irrigation system
House #2 – Built in 1951, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1,382 sq. ft. on the main level with a full basement and garage.
House #3 – Trailer house with additions, 2 bedrooms and 1 bath.
House #4 – 14′ x 60′ trailer house accessed from Buffalo Springs Road.
Outbuildings located at the Ranch Headquarters:
— 60′ x 96′ metal building with a concrete floor and a large rollup door
— 88′ x 100′ metal equipment shed
— 44′ x 60′ shop with three separate bays with rollup foors
— Two large Quonset buildings with cement floors – one – 50′ x 100′ and one – 50′ x 72′
— 36′ x 64′ barn with second floor hay loft, tack room, vet room with head catch, heated and water
— Several lean-to buildings/livestock shelters and corrals with cement bunks
— Numerous other outbuildings and grain storage
— 100 KW Diesel generator – will power livestock water, barn, main house, and second house during power outage
Improvements off of Buffalo Springs Road: 40′ x 80′ Quonset, 4 grain bins
ACREAGE: Total deeded acres – 4,113, leased acres – 160 = 4,273 total acres.
ACREAGE BREAKDOWN: 80 Irrigated acres, 880 acres Alfalfa Grass, 316 acres timber & grass, 2,923 acres crop land, 1,266 CRP Acres – through 2017, balance of acreage is grass.
WILDLIFE: Mule deer, elk, and upland games birds.
MINERALS: The share of what the Seller owns will convey