Swan Land Company Swan Land Company
Swan Land Company, based in Bozeman, Montana with offices in Buffalo, Wyoming and Salt Lake City, Utah, is a client-driven ranch, farm and recreational land sales company. We draw upon years of successful experience in representing premier ranching, farming and recreational properties throughout the Rocky Mountain West including Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, New Mexico and Nebraska. Properties handled consist of solid operating livestock ranches, productive farms and beautiful blocks of recreational land. Having solidly built a reputation on integrity, intimate client interaction, unparalleled service, hard work, and extraordinary market knowledge – it is with these principles that we serve our clients.
The associates of Swan Land Company have extensive real estate experience and specialize in representing sellers and buyers of premier properties. Our hands-on style allows us to provide superior levels of personal service not always found in larger firms – leading our clients through the details of each and every transaction. Through our skillful execution of fiduciary responsibility and market knowledge, our clients are provided with unequaled service and peace of mind.
$495,000 • 320 acres
River View Basin sits between Loma and Fort Benton. With a basin setting, views of the Teton River and the distant mountains, privacy and a host of game species, this property is sure to please. There are several options for home sites if you choose, or it would be perfect for a hunting cabin. With very little for sale in this area, we are pleased to offer for sale River View Basin consisting of 320 well-blocked acres teeming with game. Whether it be wildlife viewing, hunting, fishing in the nearby Teton River or just plain solitude, this property will not disappoint. One trip to Fort Benton and you will understand the lure of this great little town with all the amenities one could possibly need, not to mention the multitude of recreational opportunities. In addition, it is within 45 minutes to the third largest city in Montana – Great Falls and the Great Falls International Airport.
$1,975,000 • 1,411 acres
Lower Sun River Ranch is a productive agricultural operation with cattle working facilities and strong recreation amenities. The 1,411± total acres, including 1,341± deeded acres and 70± State of Montana lease acres, are located 8 miles from the authentic western town of Augusta and about an hour from city amenities and the commercial airport in Great Falls. There are about 160± acres of flood irrigated pasture. The historic ranch compound includes a well-maintained set of working corrals, a barn and Quonset shop that are well designed to run a small cattle operation. An updated calving barn is located on the southeast side of the property.
$14,950,000 • 2,937 acres
Far from the displeasing crowds and noise, safely situated at the base of southwest Montana’s majestic Beaverhead Mountain Range and the famed Continental Divide, JY Bagby Ranch encompasses 2,937± acres of deeded land adjoining the Beaverhead National Forest in the historic Big Hole Valley of Montana. Surrounded by dramatic vistas of the Beaverhead, Pintlar and Pioneer Mountain Ranges, the Ranch is located near the small ranching town of Jackson and the historic ghost town of Bannock – both notable sites in Montana’s early history.
$21,500,000 • 28,750 acres
Parker Ranch is situated in the rolling hills of the Nebraska Sandhills near Keystone and approximately 24 miles north of Ogallala. It is comprised of 28,750± total acres, of which 27,482± are deeded and 1,268± are State of Nebraska lease. With 128± pivot-irrigated acres and positioned near to abundant feed resources, the Ranch is ideal for many different operating scenarios. Comprised mostly of grasslands, cross fenced into 36 pastures, and with excellent stock water through both a pipeline system and windmills, Parker Ranch is one of the best in its class.
$8,495,000 • 16,589 acres
Rapelje Bison Ranch is a low overhead livestock and dryland farm operation in the famed ranch county of central Montana. The current Ranch ownership has begun the transition from a historic cattle-and-grain operation into a bison ranch, which has generated numerous capital improvement projects including extensive fencing, updated stock-water system, new shop and new ranch-manager home. Rapelje Bison Ranch is located about 25 miles north of Columbus in the historic open range of central Montana. The Ranch encompasses 15,949± deeded acres that are a mix of native pasture, sub-irrigated pasture, mixed upland acres and tilled cropland. The Ranch includes 640 State of Montana leased acres making a 16,589± total acre Ranch.
$1,895,000 • 2,423 acres
The Home Ranch is the headquarters of Schraudner Ranch where the Sellers lived, worked and raised a family. This 2,423± acres, which includes the original 160-acre homestead, offers 1,013± acres of dry cropland and 1,132± acres of native rangelands that vary from flat to steep terrain. The remaining acreage includes approximately 276 acres of wild hay ground, beautiful coulees, strong native grasses and consistent water throughout. There are two large drainages that cross the Home Ranch. These are generally steep to rolling terrain and include a variety of tree and brush cover. The dry croplands have been utilized to produce a variety of crops including hay and grain. There are two wells with numerous tanks and pipelines creating easy access to water for the cattle. Seldom did the Schraudner family need to buy additional hay. The well-blocked Home Ranch with nice scenery, good grass, plentiful water and some big-game hunting can be purchased separately or in conjunction with Schraudner Ranch.
$2,250,000 • 2,717 acres
The Frye Place, which contains 2,717± deeded acres, is both scenic and productive. Sitting at the base of the Bull Mountains, the Frye Place has Painted Robe Creek running through it which is a solid year-round creek offering abundant water for livestock and wildlife. There is also an artesian well and a solar well servicing two large stock tanks on the property. Generally, about 160 pairs are turned out for the season on the healthy and plentiful native grasses. It is an easy eight-mile trail to herd cattle between the Frye Place and the Base Ranch, which is also listed for sale. Sitting at the base of the Bull Mountains, the Frye Place has good big game hunting, excellent water sources and good big game habitat. It is currently in Block Management, and has one year on the CRP contract remaining. There are no improvements on this property other than fencing and a water system.
$35,250,000 • 30,654 acres