Cabin Creek Ranch, near Fallon Montana, located on both Cabin Creek and Ash Creek is a true cattleman ranch, owner rated at 325 to 350 pairs year round. It is rare to find a ranch with this kind of rugged beauty, in this market that offers all this ranch offers at such a low cost per animal unit. Come grow your legacy! Land The ranch is 3,197 deeded acres and has an additional adjoining BLM shared grazing allotment which equates to 4,100 acres permitted for 174 Animal Units. There also a contiguous allotment of 1280 acres containing 640 acres of BLM and 640 acres of Montana State Lands. The sellers will also convey 150 shares of Cedar Creek Grazing Association. This allows for 120 pairs for the summer on what would equate to 2100 acres. Together, the ranch equates to 10,677 acres. There is 925 acres of hay ground which is a mix of dry land, 100 acres irrigated and sub irrigated meadows. Improvements The ranch is well improved with two homes. One a newer 3 bed and 2 bath ranch style modular and a 1915 remodeled story and a half and also a cook house. Fiber optic internet is throughout the headquarters. There is a very well set up calving barn, horse barn, a roping arena and extensive corrals, grain storage, a Quonset, a heated and insulated shop, a leather working building, and numerous small buildings. The ranch is well watered with 8 wells with winterized stock tanks and pipeline, reservoirs and live water. Fencing is good. Recreation Hunting unit 703, where the ranch is located has good Mule Deer, Whitetail Deer and Antelope populations. There is also plenty of predator hunting opportunity with Coyote, Bobcat and Mountain Lion. Plenty of area upland bird population as well including pheasant, sharp tail grouse, doves and turkey and waterfowl on the reservoirs. Cabin Creek and Ash Creek provide bottom ground habitat with live water. Agriculture The ranch should run 325 to 350 year around and raise its own feed. There is native grass and improved grass hay fields. The ranch is very well watered and all contiguous for ease of operation. There is good winter protection with cottonwood covered creek bottom and deep draws and coulees. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources Cabin Creek Ranch has 28 acre feet per year of surface water irrigation rights delivered from several dikes on the deeded and state land. There is also 8 adjudicated water wells. Both Cabin Creek and Ash Creek meander through the ranch. Region & Climate The area rainfall averages about 13 inches per year and averages 23 inches of snow annually. The elevation is 2800 feet. History The ranch is located in cattle country. When they headed them north, they terminated in Eastern Montana to graze cattle on a sea of grass. The rugged beauty of the area, the landscapes, the grass and the water makes this part of Montana a highly desirable area to plant your roots and raise your legacy, as they did back in the day. Location The ranch is only about an hour from Miles City Montana, a famous cow town and end of the trail for the great old cattle drives from Texas. Today Miles City is famous for the Miles City Bucking Horse Sale, the awesome Range Riders Museum and is the cultural and commerce center for the predominately ranching communities of Eastern Montana. The Prairie county seat is Terry Montana which is north of the ranch and has K-12 public schools, shops, churches and the Prairie County Museum. Fallon, which is northwest of the ranch is a small community along the Yellowstone River and Interstate 94.