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$7,000,000  •  12,073 acres
Beautiful Cattle Ranch located in the Lush Wolf Mountains. Rich soils and abundant water provide for highly productive dryland grass for healthy livestock.
$7,000,000  •  12,073 acres
Located in the lush Wolf Mountains of south central Montana between Sheridan, Wyoming and Billings, Montana, the Thompson Creek Ranch spreads across some of the prettiest country in the state. The ranch is rich in history, as General Custer marched across the property just hours before the Battle at Little Big Horn. Home of the Crow's Nest where they camped the night before. The rich, deep loam soils extend to the top of the Wolf Mountains and contribute to some of the best lush Montana grasses, chokecherries, wild plums, pine trees and aspen groves The property is located on the Crow Indian Reservation which have always had and maintained positive, productive relationship with the Crow Tribe and neighboring land owners. The property is surrounded on 3 sides by state highways and is easily accessed from all directions. Highway 90 runs north and south on the west side of the property, Highway 314 runs north and south on the east side and Highway 212 runs east and west to the north of the property. The property has an abundance of stock water that is fed by many natural springs, wells and a handful of major creeks that run approximately 80% of the time. The Big Thompson Creek, Little Thompson Creek, Davis Creek and Reno Creek run across several miles through the major portions of the property. There's a reservoir that holds water, and more reservoirs can be built in addition to the wells that can easily be reached at a depth of 60 ft. There are currently 4 wells servicing the property. Combined with the 16-22 inches of annual precipitation, there has never been a need for irrigation. The 7,073 deeded acre ranch has been owned and managed by the same family for 75 years. Included are an additional 5,000 acres of very consistent, stable, leased tribal acres which are transferable to the buyer, and managed by a land office in Hardin, MT. For the past 16 years, the ranch has run 2500-3000 summer yearlings. The average daily gain has been 2 lbs/head/day. About 100 cows are run with 200-600 calves wintered in the meadows. Yearlings are put on the grass beginning mid-May and starting September 1 into October, 6 semi loads are weighed and shipped. Very little sickness and death loss have been experienced and the sellers have never had to move the cattle early due to a shortage of water or grass. 500 acres of hay meadows, (18) produce approximately 750 tons of hay per year. The main home is beautiful ranch with a walk-out basement that is built with solid log construction and is approximately 4000 Square feet. It is beautifully designed with 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. There is a fireplace in the Living Room which showcases the presteen Wolf Mountain landscape through the family room window. There is plenty of room on the front deck to sit and enjoy the scenery, as well as a spacious deck out the back covering the full, walk out basement. The original home that was built in 1942, still exists just across the way and boasts 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, as well. There is a Bunkhouse which hosts 1 Bedroom and 1 Bath; a 24' x 40' Metal shop with concrete floors and an open faced machine Shed. The horse barn was built in 1980 and was once considered the largest in Big Horn County, and still houses over a dozen horses, not including the milk cows and thousands of bushels of grain. The perimeter 4-wire barbed fencing as all been rebuilt and has been exceptionally well maintained, along with the internal pastures. Shipping Corrals, panels, cattle guards, etc., anything not fixed is negotiable. The closed town is Sheridan, Wyoming, which is an easy 60 miles drive south on Highway 314. With a petite population of 17,806, Sheridan, WY is considered the Jewel of Wyoming. Filled with a wealth of cultural, historic and recreational opportunity, it is the epicenter of northern Wyoming for festivals and events. Not only is Sheridan rich with history, the beautiful Big Horn Mountains provide the perfect backdrop to its "old west" charm and modern hospitality. There is excellent Bird and Antelope hunting on the property and the Wolf Mountains provides spectacular habitat for sharp-tailed grouse and Hungarian partridge. Wild pheasants are found near the concentrated small grain agricultural areas, while Merriam's turkeys are found throughout agricultural and forested ponderosa pine habitat. Waterfowl hunting can be tremendous along the Bighorn River corridor and adjacent agricultural fields, with concentrated populations of greenheads and Canada geese found throughout the fall hunting season.
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$9,500,000  •  8,455 acres
$9,950,000
Wagon Box Spring Ranch is blessed with a combination of unique features that combine to make it arguably the finest trophy elk hunting ranch in Montana for its size. Consisting of 8,455± deeded acres plus a 640± acre State lease in a contiguous block south of Interstate 90 near Pompeys Pillar, the ranch also has a summer unit leased from the State and BLM about 30 minutes to the north which adds additional grazing capacity for the livestock operation. Located an easy 30 to 40-minute drive east of Billings, Wagon Box Spring has immediate access to all the amenities of Montana’s largest city. Yet it lies behind a locked gate surrounded by larger ranches. Unusual for this part of the world, it has extensive natural water resources with perennial Sand Creek passing through for four miles plus at least nine dependable developed natural springs. It also has five wells (three solar powered and two electric). Most of the ranch is steep to rolling pine covered foothills divided by riparian corridors where springs and Sand Creek create a lusher environment and by huge dryland hay meadows on the plateaus. It has been an elk ranch for 30 years and livestock are only utilized as a tool to manage the grasses for the wildlife. The buildings are located at the lower end of Sand Creek and include a comfortable lodge, manager’s house, an outdoor arena, a large multipurpose building, and cattle working facilities. In addition to being an extraordinary wildlife ranch, Wagon Box Spring is an outstanding horse ranch in some of the best year-round riding country to be found in the state. There is extensive potential to develop upland bird and waterfowl hunting as well as to even further improve the big game hunting. The Facts: ~ Location: 30 miles east of Billings south of Pompeys Pillar. ~ Acreage: 9,000± acres of which 8,455± is deeded. (640± state) ~ Improvements: Comfortable lodge, manager’s house and staff house plus spacious shop/barn/stable complex, large steel pipe arena, cattle facilities and 2,000 foot grass strip with hangar. ~ Operation: 300± acres dryland hay, 150 cows plus yearlings as needed. Primary activities: horses and trophy quality elk. ~ Wildlife: Large resident elk up to 380 class, mule deer, turkey and upland birds. ~ Water: 4 miles of perennial Sand Creek plus 10 strong springs, 5 wells. ~ Bonus (not included in above acreage): Ranch also has 3,680± acre BLM/State lease 30 miles north for additional livestock capacity. ~ Summary: Very private, nicely improved elk hunting retreat with modest-sized livestock operation. Arguably the best private elk hunting in Montana for its size.
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$6,600,000  •  1,196 acres
WATER, WATER AND MORE WATER! The Rageth Farm has some of the most extensive water rights of any farm in the region. Consisting of 1,196± total acres, the farm has approximately 913 irrigated acres under 10 pivots, with senior water rights from Bitter Creek, conveyed through the Sidon Irrigation Canal, as well as a Shoshone River water rights through the Sidon Irrigation Canal; water right dated April 24, 1900. This farm features an immaculate set of improvements complete with two residences, a 60’x96’ heated shop, 93,000 BU grain storage, a new 80’ truck scale and a 60’x60’ Morton equipment storage shed. Attention to detail is evident in everything on the Rageth Farm, from the well documented and recorded water rights, the condition of the farm ground, the up-to-date irrigation equipment and the exceptional set of improvements. With an abundance of water and a low average rainfall this farm would make an excellent hay farm.
$2,875,000  •  754 acres
754 +- deeded acres with 680+-irrigated acres including 3 full circle pivots
$4,750,000  •  598 acres
The Diamond S Ranch is a small working ranch just two miles west of Hyattville with highly sought-after private fly fishing and magnificent views of the Bighorn Mountains. The ranch’s 600± deeded acre headquarters is predominately highly fertile irrigated land producing multiple alfalfa/grass cuttings every year under sprinkler and flood irrigation. The ranch’s 413± acres of territorial water rights come from both Paint Rock Creek and Medicine Lodge Creek. This 600± deeded acres sits adjacent to well over 100,000 acres of state and BLM lands which connect to 1.1 million acres of the Bighorn National Forrest. The ranch has just shy of two miles of extraordinary private fishing on both sides of Paint Rock Creek which is enhanced in this area by numerous natural springs. The main deeded portion of the ranch offers excellent waterfowl and upland bird hunting along with good populations of whitetail deer. When combined with access to adjacent public lands, the Diamond S is truly a recreational paradise. The improvements consist of a newly constructed two-story ranch home, the original historic ranch manager’s house, a fishing cabin, and four working shops or sheds used for both livestock and equipment. In summary, a modest operating ranch with extraordinary recreational amenities.
$1,745,000  •  206 acres
Mountain Side Vista is a rare find today in Sheridan County. Beautiful in its own right with a pleasing mix of open pastures and rolling hills with timber and aspens, it offers big mountain views of the Bighorn Mountains as they extend northerly toward the Montana border. The property encompasses 206± deeded acres and a 320± acre State of Wyoming grazing lease for a total of 526± contiguous acres. The state land allows one to walk out the back door into a public walk-in area on Piney Creek, which gives one access to incredible fly fishing. The deeded portion of the property currently has no structural improvements. There are, however, multiple extraordinary building sites for a future home. There is an improved underground watering system providing the ability to create wild game food plots with ease. There are multiple live springs and a variety of brush cover for upland birds and big game species. In addition to easy access into the many social, cultural, and practical amenities of Sheridan, the Mountain Side Vista is approximately ten minutes from 27 holes of golf on the Powder Horn Golf Club. The Powder Horn also offers a variety of activities for adults and children alike, as well as an excellent place for lunch or dinner year-round and a great place to take the kids or grandchildren swimming.
$2,200,000  •  16.79 acres
The Big Horn Hunting and Fishing Resort is a turn-key recreation resort complete with eight guest cabins, 15 full-hookups and graveled RV sites, restaurant and picnic area, retail fly shop with inventory, and private fishing pond, all located within just ten minutes of the Yellowtail Afterbay Boat-Launch on the Big Horn River. The Big Horn Hunting and Fishing Resort lies in what is commonly known as the "Upper Bighorn", between the Afterbay and Mallards Landing Fishing Access sites. This portion of the Bighorn is a world-renowned fishery for brown and rainbow trout, with incredible numbers of fish-per-mile, and sizes averaging over 16 inches. Upland and migratory bird hunting is also very popular in the area. The Big Horn Hunting and Fishing Resort is well-balanced through the seasons and offers a lot of everything for the absentee-owner and entrepreneur alike.