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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.
$5,150,000  •  5,246 acres
MTX Ranch is a 7,357± acre (5,246± deeded) mountain landscape located between the Ruby and Madison Valleys in southwest Montana near the historic community of Virginia City. The ranch rises above the valley floor expanding southerly into the north end of the Gravelly Mountain Range and adjacent BLM lands. The ranch is vastly timbered interspersed by grassy meadows and bifurcated by flowing springs which ultimately collect and flow into the Ruby River. Historically, MTX Ranch has been utilized as a summer grazing operation inclusive of the deeded and BLM permits with ancillary recreational interests including big game hunting for deer, elk and bear. The lands have been professionally managed over the years and the quality in operations is apparent. Dozens of miles of two-track roads make the ranch fully accessible. Southwest Montana and the Ruby Valley, in particular, has become very appealing in the overall western ranch market. It is proximal to multiple small colorful communities, convenient from Bozeman and its commercial airfield and is unencumbered by conservation easement. Steeped in rich history, the area was settled during the gold rush era of the 1860s and remnants of that era are still apparent. Given the mountain terrain that encompasses the MTX Ranch, it has a feel of being substantially larger than it is and represents strong value in this desirable region of Montana. The Facts: ~ 5,246± deeded acres ~ Adjoins BLM and national forest ~ Vast timber resources, grassy meadows and small streams ~ Seasonal grazing supports 375 pairs for five months including BLM grazing permits ~ Variety of wildlife including elk, deer, bear and moose ~ Great views of the Tobacco Root, Ruby, and Madison Mountain Ranges ~ Dozens of miles of internal two-track roads provide excellent access throughout the ranch ~ Proximal to the small communities Virginia City, Ennis, Sheridan and a one-hour drive from Bozeman and commercial air services
$550,000  •  613.6 acres
Under Contract
Sheridan County Birds & Bucks is not an exaggeration, from the moment you step foot on the property you will encounter multiple species of game birds and deer!Located within the rolling hills of Sheridan County Nebraska; this property is comprised of 613.6 acres of which +/- 474 acres are tillable, 77.7 acres of CRP expiring on 9/30/2020, & the remaining acres are in tree lines and grass. A livestock well and windmill are centrally located in the western half of the property. Along the eastern edge you will find a Behlen Curvet Quonset measuring approximately 100' x 50' with concrete floor, as well as grain storage bins. If you are looking for a property you can enjoy all hunting season and that can also produce a profitable income, this is the property for you!
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$5,700,000  •  377 acres
Red Tiger Springs represents a rare opportunity to buy a good-sized private holding that actually fronts on the Bighorn National Forest between Story and Dayton. It is even more unusual to find a piece of land fronting on the Bighorns that is not encumbered by a conservation easement. This unique holding consists of 377± contiguous deeded acres just outside of Story between North and South Piney Creek. Formerly the site of a private lodge that was removed some years ago, the property does have a good road and underground power to a dramatic building site. It consists of a contiguous block of mostly timbered land that begins on gentle slopes at the base of the Bighorns and runs westerly up the slope and on top where it enjoys far-reaching views of the Cloud Peak Wilderness to the west while overlooking Story and the open plains to the east. Red Tiger Springs provides private access to hundreds of thousands of acres of wild and beautiful mountain land. The lower reaches of the property are more open and on gentler slopes where additional home sites would be very viable. The upper reaches of the ranch include springs, deep canyons, and rims providing exceptional wildlife habitat. Wildlife on the property includes elk, moose, deer, bear, and grouse. In summary, there is a good mix of timber, springs, a small creek, and open parks all in their natural state close to town with good basic infrastructure in place. The Facts: ~ ACREAGE: 377± deeded acres ~ LOCATION: Minutes from Story and 20 minutes from Sheridan adjoining US National Forest ~ BUILDINGS: Exceptional building site with road and underground power ~ WILDLIFE: Variety of big game including elk, deer, bear, and moose ~ TERRAIN: Gentle to steep mountain slope setting with large stands of pines, aspens, and other deciduous and conifer trees, plus some open parks ~ AMENITIES: Miles of ATV trails for exploring the property ~ WATER: Springs and a small creek ~ SUMMARY: Rare opportunity to buy a private accessible tract of wild and beautiful land fronting on the Bighorn National Forest with no development restrictions
$1,995,000  •  348 acres
3 Lots with two existing dwellings. 80+/- acres, 100+/- acres and 168 +/- acres. Private, large acreage with a wonderful view of the valley. Large cattle barn with fenced pasture and some timber. Secluded yet just minutes from Hwy 18 and downtown Sheridan. Parcels can also be sold separately.
$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.
$1,595,000  •  167 acres
Private setting on Mill Creek that is perfect for horses or livestock.
$825,000  •  59 acres
Good stand of mixed timber: Douglas fir, Grand fir, Cedar & Alder. 1300+ Mbf per 2018 timber cruise. Majority 35-60 years of age. Deer Creek runs along edge of property. Excellent timber growing region near coastal range. Dwelling may be possible with a forest-template approval.
$200,000  •  8.05 acres
Under Contract
8 +/- beautiful acres with Bivens Creek running through the Southeast boundary. Views of the Tobacco Root & Ruby Mountains as well as the Gravelly Range. Enjoy small town living in Sheridan, MT. Fishing close by on the Ruby River and public land access nearby. Just a short drive to the historic towns of Nevada and Virginia Cities and a half hour to Ennis. Seller to put in access from highway.