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$1,599,000  •  605 acres
The 605± deeded acres of the Kinsey Irrigated Farm are located 18 miles northeast of Miles City, Montana in the fertile Yellowstone River Valley. The Kinsey Irrigation District provides water for the 246± irrigated acres that have been used to grow primarily corn, silage and alfalfa as a feed source for the 4,000-head feedlot located on the property. The irrigated ground consists of 113 acres under pivot and the remaining acres are flood-irrigated. In addition to the irrigated acres, there are 104± acres of dryland farm ground and 255± acres of grazing. This property has also been used to background calves and to run bred cows during the winter in the natural protection of Muster Creek that runs through the property. A newer modular home on a foundation and older stick-built home provide great owner/employee housing. The feedlot includes a hydraulic chute and certified scale. Just four miles east is the community center of Kinsey and the Kinsey Grade School. Both Miles City and Kinsey are easily accessed via the paved State Highway 469. Reduced Price: $1,599,000 Contact Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961 or Mark McNamee at (307) 760-9510 for more information.
$280,000  •  87 acres
Kinsey Farm is located northeast of Miles City in a part of Eastern Montana that is comprised of a network of working farms and ranches. This 87.1± deeded acre Farm is part of the Kinsey Irrigation District, which provides reliable irrigation water. There are 77 irrigated acres with a recently updated distribution network that converted the concrete ditches to a pipeline with several valves that connect directly to the gated pipe that spreads the water. The Farm has a soil profile that has grown a variety of crops including corn, alfalfa and grain. Kinsey Elementary School is located very close to the Farm and serves about 60 students in grades K-6. There is paved county-road access on the south side of the Farm, a good gravel road on the east and a network of access roads through the parcel for ease of operation. Small irrigated parcels in this part of the state are hard to come by and Kinsey Farm would make an excellent addition to an existing farm and ranch operation, or a great base unit for somebody getting started. The property has been leased by a local operator for several years.