Flying O Missouri River Farm, located on the Missouri River just west of the attractive small town of Culbertson, Montana, has been in the same family ownership for 81 years. Consisting of approximately 2,577 total deeded acres, 1,784± acres are very productive mostly river-bottom dry cropland and irrigated ground with excellent yields. Adhering to the family motto of “Quality over Quantity”, this extensive and diverse farming operation currently raises malt barley, sugar beets, Durum wheat, spring or winter wheat, and some lentils and peas. Historically, the biggest cash crop on the farm is the 550± irrigated acres of sugar beets. Conveniently located nearby is a piling station in Culbertson and a sugar beet processing facility in Sidney. The construction of the Holly Sugar Corporation’s processing plant in Sidney in 1925 helped make beets the number one cash crop in Richland and Roosevelt Counties, and sugar beets remain a valuable crop along the Yellowstone and Missouri rivers. Both Coors and Anheuser-Busch have bought the malt barley from the farm in the past; the seller was a previous president of the National Barley Growers Association.