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$9,950,000  •  21,887 acres
About 6 miles north of Ismay, MT [was renamed JOE, MONTANA in 1993 for a one year, more on that later] which is about 6 miles north of highway 12 and 60 miles east of Miles City, MT sits the Keystone Ranch 21,887 acres of which should support 550 cow calf pairs and 300-400 yearlings depending on management and weather.10,742 +/- deeded and 11,145 are BLM and State of Montana lease. The ranch is watered by wells, a set of pipelines, reservoirs, springs, Pennel creek and O’Fallon creek. The ranch offers Mule deer, antelope, turkeys, pheasants, and sharp-tail grouse. The actual headquarters is about 4 miles to the south of the main ranch and sits on 240 acres, featuring various structures designed for practicality. 200 head combination feed lot and calving barn. There is an additional feedlot, known as the “bull” feedlot, and two sets of piped corrals. The Keystone Ranch was awarded the 2011 Montana Environmental Stewardship Award by the Montana Stockgrowers Association, quite a prestigious award. If you’re in the market for an excellent, well-rounded cattle ranch that also provides some additional revenue through hunting, your search ends here. Download Brochure for Full Details.
$12,000,000  •  20,000 acres
This large contiguous ranch consists of approximately 20,000± acres with approximately 10,000± deeded acres and the remaining 10,000± acres comprised of both State of Montana lease or BLM. Crow Creek Ranch features 650± flood-irrigated acres and an additional 550± acres of dryland production ground. The ranch has an exceptional amount of water with approximately six miles of Powder River flowing through the ranch and also has four miles of Crow Creek, to which there are a tremendous amount of water rights. The Crow Creek Ranch is owner-rated at 700 head of mother cows year-round. The ranch also features excellent improvements including a total of five homes, two complete sets of working corrals, two large equipment shops and multiple barns, out-buildings and granaries. Wildlife is abundant and the property features many hunting, fishing or outdoor recreational opportunities.
$14,000,000  •  12,937 acres
Are you looking to invest in ranches straightforwardly with a fixed return? For Accredited Investors who wish to eliminate the headache and risk of livestock operations, ranch upkeep, and maintenance while also gaining landowner preference tags and exclusive access to world-class bull elk hunting, Ranch Investor is proud to present a Private Credit opportunity. Also called Sale Leasebacks, Mezzanine & Bridge Financing, or more generally just "Alternative Asset Investing", we have structured investor real estate agreements using contract for deeds, options, repurchase agreements, and ROFR/ROFOs that give investors all the benefits to enjoy ranch-ownership while also optimizing their portfolio's risk/return ratios, including Beta and Treynor. This specific opportunity includes a superior NNN target IRR which is historically better than investors can accomplish on their own through fee simple ownership. To learn more about this opportunity and begin the process of due-diligence, please reach out directly by following this link here: Once your information has been received, Colter DeVries will be in touch to qualify your interest and personally deliver the link to our data room.
$12,500,000  •  12,020 acres
Located 12 miles north of Broadus, Montana with great access off of a well-maintained county road and consisting of approximately 12,020± total acres the ranch has 10,760± deeded acres, 640± State of Montana acres and 620± BLM lease acres. With 370± acres of pivot-irrigated ground and 430± acres of flood-irrigated ground the ranch produces roughly 2,800 ton of quality hay annually. Under current management the owners are able to sell approximately 1,500 large round bales annually. Owner-rated at 400 head of mother cows, 75 head of heifers and an adequate number of bulls the ranch is able to consistently sustain these numbers while typically keeping their calves on feed through mid-February. The Crooked Creek Ranch has a total of nine artesian wells, one which provides water to the buildings and corrals and two that provides water to approximately 20 miles of pipeline that supplies water to approximately 23 tanks throughout the pastures. The remaining six wells supply water to individual tanks. In addition, the ranch has approximately 71 water right claims on the Powder River which provide ample irrigation water. There are two homes on the property, a 70’ x 80’ machine shed/commodity storage, a 40’ x 80’ insulated shop with concrete floor, a 40’ x 80’ insulated calving barn with a heated vet/tack room, a 40’ x 60’ airplane hangar with a concrete floor, two sets of metal corals, a backgrounding lot and the 2015 Valley 8,000 center pivot. With approximately 6 miles of river bottoms the ranch has exceptional hunting. The ranch has roughly 1,000± acres of wheat base and a hunting lease which provide alternate sources of income.
$28,000,000  •  10,669.44 acres
The North Bridger Mountain Ranch represents the culmination of generations of excellent asset management. The grazing, timber, recreation, and hunting have been expertly managed for decades and it shows! The ranch which lies at the north end of the Bridger Mountain Range, is the headwaters of no less than four drainages. Truly an end-of-the-road mountain ranch situated on Elkhorn Ridge between the Shields River and Sixteen Mile Creek drainages, the 10,669± deeded acre ranch offers a significant landholding an hour from Bozeman, Montana. The Facts: ~End-of-the-road privacy within 60 miles of Bozeman, Montana ~Near perfect mosaic of range, timber, topography, and coulees with water ~Views of nine mountain ranges ~Multiple miles of live water via Bearskull, Timber, Coal, and Cottonwood Creeks ~See millions of stars with no light pollution ~See or hunt elk and never see another human ~Raise beef by the pound ~4.7 million board feet of merchantable timber
$6,671,651  •  9,296.28 acres
Huge price reduction! Quite possibly the best elk hunting ranch on the market in Montana, the OConnor Ranch is being introduced to the market for the first time. This multi-generational legacy ranch in Garfield County, Montana boasts supreme District 700 Elk hunting and Mule Deer hunting, recreational opportunities and great cattle production. Many 400 + Bulls have been harvested from the ranch.
$21,500,000  •  8,880.14 acres
Located at the upstream end of the Stillwater River Canyon, the Flying C Ranch operates on just over 10,700± acres, of which 8,880± is deeded, and the balance is encompassed in two BLM permits and a state lease. The ranch benefits from a 100-head grazing permit on the adjacent national forest. The ranch headquarters and the owner’s compound are situated along one-and-a-half miles of the Stillwater River. This “river unit” consists of around 300 acres, including 59± acres of flood-irrigated hay meadows, the aforementioned owner’s home, the manager’s home, a classic horse barn, guest houses, and other outbuildings. The ranch rises steeply from there to include dramatic foothills that open into rolling grasslands running to the national forest boundary. Tucked away amongst these scenic foothills are significant portions of two other lush valleys through which flow Bad Canyon Creek and Trout Creek. The latter offers an appealing small trout fishery that complements the ranch’s frontage on the Stillwater River, the area's dominant, highly regarded big stream fishery. As one would expect, wildlife is prolific as there is a desirable and very private habitat for everything from species of deer to elk, antelope, black bear, and mountain lion. Also, the canyons and grassy hillsides are ideal for upland birds and raptors. The lower valley offers an intimate experience with views of dramatic cliffs, and as one gains altitude, the entire Beartooth Front comes into view and is truly awe-inspiring from these vantage points. The ranch supports 225 cows and carries over the calves with supplemental hay purchases. From imposing cliffs, rivers, and streams to dramatic canyons, secret coulees and private valleys, and timbered and aspen-covered slopes, the Flying C Ranch operates in an amazingly diverse and wildlife-rich landscape. Many have said it is like owning a national park. The Facts: ~Location: 20 miles west of Absarokee and six miles north of Nye ~Acreage: 10,717± (8,880± deeded plus BLM and State leases) with a 100-head USFS permit ~Terrain: Riparian, cliffs, canyons, rock formations, open foothill grasslands, meadows ~Improvements: Modest owner’s home, guest cabins, managers house, and outbuildings ~Water: About one-and-a-half miles of Stillwater River, small trout stream, irrigated meadows, 17 filed spring rights, and stock water pipelines ~Operation: 225 mother cows year-round and carry calf crop over to fall of 2nd year with some hay purchased depending on winter conditions ~Access: Just off the paved highway on a good, graveled county road ~Views: Dramatic! Of the Beartooth Front – Montana’s highest mountains ~Wildlife: Deer, elk, antelope, black bear, and mountain lion with canyons and grassy hillsides ideal for upland birds and all manner of raptors ~Summary: The complete package – scenic, excellent trout fishing, incredibly diverse country adjoining the national forest, a fantastic cross-section of most wildlife species, and a viable cattle operation
$21,700,000  •  7,230 acres
For over seven decades, this large western Montana ranch has been under the careful stewardship of a multi-generational ranching family. With over 11 square miles of diverse terrain, it is home to a productive cattle operation that is situated on an exceptionally beautiful piece of the earth, including riparian meadows, irrigated fields, rolling rangelands and conifer forest. There are over two and one-half miles (measured “on the meander”) of both banks of Flint Creek, a trout fishery with excellent populations of brown trout. Elk, deer and other wildlife are commonplace on the uplands of the ranch. You’ll need to lift your jaw from your lap while taking in the views that grace this ranch. Philipsburg, literally across the road from the main entrance, has an impressive array of services for holding a population of less than a thousand people. You will find a grocery, restaurants, a brewery and even a nostalgic candy shop. The well-preserved historic buildings along Broadway Street feel like an old western town because it is an old western town. You’ll need to go to Missoula for an international airport, but that is only an hour away with no mountain passes to grapple with. Philipsburg also has its own paved and lighted airstrip where private aircraft can land on a 3,600-foot runway. Downhill skiing is less than thirty minutes from the front door at Discovery Basin Ski Area, located just above Georgetown Lake. The lake is a popular place for water skiing and other summer water sports, as well as snowmobiling and ice fishing in the winter. The legendary Rock Creek, home of The Ranch at Rock Creek, along with multiple trailheads into the Anaconda Pintler Wilderness, are also located less than thirty minutes from the property. There are no trade-offs to be made in buying this ranch because it has quite literally everything that is on almost everyone’s wish list for a ranch in the Rocky Mountains. The Facts: ~7,230± acre mix of irrigated bottom ground, improved pasture and expansive native range ~471± irrigated via two center pivots and flood with priority dates as far back as 1869 ~Balanced 350 AU black angus cattle operation ~Stock water is provided directly from the source and via a network of springs and tanks ~900± ton average annual yield of grass hay and alfalfa ~Full suite of operational improvements, including corrals, calving facilities, scales, equipment storage, and shops ~Historic five-bedroom, three-and-one-half-bathroom ranch home situated near the ranch headquarters ~Approximately two-and-a-half linear miles of both sides of Flint Creek, an extraordinary, semi-private trout fishery offering riffles, undercut banks and drop-offs ~Over-the-counter Hunting District 210 has a significant population of resident elk, whitetail, and mule deer ~Conservation easement on the lower ranch with the native range unencumbered ~Philipsburg locale provides some of the best four-season recreation in the state, including Beaverhead-Deer Lodge National Forest, additional fishing in renowned Rock Creek, skiing at Discovery Basin, and recreating in nearby Georgetown Lake and East Fork Reservoir ~Adjacent to the historic town of Philipsburg ~One hour, fifteen minutes to Missoula; two hours, fifteen minutes to Bozeman
$12,500,000  •  5,851.89 acres
The Cherry Springs Ranch is located in the productive and scenic Clarks Fork River Valley. Located seven miles southeast of Bridger, Montana, 27 miles from Red Lodge Mountain, a family friendly ski resort, and 57 miles southwest of Billings, Montana. Comprised of approximately 5,852± deeded acres, of which 110± acres are irrigated. Aside from the irrigated base and the 1,160± acres of BLM and 640± acres of state leased ground, the remaining acreage is highlighted by two major drainages that run through the ranch, namely the North and South Forks of Cherry Creek. The strong native grasses and the well-timbered draws provide great habitat for an assortment of wildlife. A beautiful main residence with exceptional views anchors the expansive ranch, which also includes an equestrian barn, horse runs, and an arena, all supplementing the ranch’s working aspect. A second home and a livestock facility provide the additional resources need to sustain an ongoing well-balanced farm and ranch operation. The Facts: ~Seven miles southeast of Bridger, Montana ~27 miles from Red Lodge Mountain Ski Resort ~57 miles southwest of Billings, Montana ~Convenient access off well-maintained county road ~Approximately 5,852 deeded acres ~Approximately 1,160 acres of BLM lease ~Approximately 640 acres of state lease ~Approximately 110 acres under pivot irrigation ~Bridger Creek frontage ~Immaculate 4,100± square foot main home ~Headquarters has a barn with horse stalls and runs ~Outdoor arena ~Additional 1,300± square foot ranch home with barn and cattle facilities ~Strong irrigation rights ~Artesian well ~Good mule deer population ~Average precipitation is approximately 12 inches per year
$4,625,000  •  5,700 acres
The Two Furrow Ranch has not changed hands in over a half-century. That ownership continuum reflects well in the fine condition of the ranch and the improvements. The developed stock water, which consists of five wells, five miles of pipeline, and 15 tanks, should be considered well-located, well-built, and well-cared for. The ranch sits astride the boundary between the Langs Fork of Big Dry Creek and Duck Creek, which feeds into Little Dry Creek. Most of the ranch is considered a gently rolling country with sandier soils on the south end and more clay to the north. Much of the farmland has been seeded to permanent pasture, but there is farmland on the south end that is currently in a crop/fallow rotation and utilized for producing winter forage. There are flood-irrigated meadows in the northwest part of the ranch that have been seeded to annual forage crops and put up for hay. Consider average yields in the one-and-a-half to two tons per acre on these meadows, depending on water availability. Historically, dryland winter wheat yields an average of about 40 bushels per acre. The ranch is estimated to carry 2,400± AUMs of grazing plus what winter forage can be put up on the dryland and irrigated fields. If one were to feed for four months and graze for eight months, the ranch would come close to balancing at nearly 300 Animal Units. The Two Furrow Ranch is one of those ranches that may come on the market every couple of generations, a buy-and-hold ranch if there ever was one. The Facts: ~5,700± deeded acres ~2,460± acres of BLM lease ~640± acres of state lease ~Water features include nearly five miles of pipelines that service 15 stock ponds, over 25 reservoirs, and five producing wells piped into tanks ~Langs Fork of Big Dry Creek runs through almost the entire ranch ~Carrying capacity of 250 to 300 cow/calf pairs ~Very well-kept 1,200± square foot home built in 1990 with a detached garage ~Full complement of agricultural buildings, including grain storage, multiple shops, and sheds ~Hunting on the ranch includes mule deer, pronghorn antelope, sharp-tails, and Hungarian partridge
$5,200,000  •  5,212 acres
The Home Place Ranch is being offered as a major portion of the existing Cherry Springs Ranch. It is located in the productive and scenic Clarks Fork River Valley. Only seven miles southeast of Bridger, Montana, 27 miles from Red Lodge Mountain, a family friendly ski resort, and 57 miles southwest of Billings, Montana. Comprised of 5,212± deeded acres of which 110± acres are irrigated. The ranch also includes an additional 1,160± acres of BLM lease and 640± acres of state lease. Highlighted by two major drainages that run through the ranch namely the North and South Forks of Cherry Creek, the ranch provides strong native grasses and well-timbered draws creating optimal habitat for an assortment of wildlife. The improvements are modest with a three bedroom and three bath 1,288± square foot ranch house with a basement. There is a good set of corrals and a solid cattle barn. The Facts: ~Seven miles southeast of Bridger, Montana ~27 miles from Red Lodge Mountain Ski Resort ~57 miles southwest of Billings, Montana ~Convenient access off well-maintained county road ~Approximately 5,212 deeded acres ~Approximately 1,160 BLM lease acres ~Approximately 640 state lease acres ~Approximately 110 acres under pivot irrigation ~South Bridger Creek frontage ~Three bedroom and three bath home ~Barn and cattle facilities ~Strong irrigation rights ~Artesian well ~Good mule deer population ~Average precipitation is approximately 12 inches per year
$16,250,000  •  4,666.87 acres
Positioned on the east flank of the valley, the 4,667± acre Bitterroot Mountain Retreat offers a well-blocked and private holding, one hour from Missoula, Montana’s second largest city. Nestled in the foothills of the Sapphire Range, this sprawling complex delivers a classic foothill assemblage with an expansive, gently ascending native range below, giving way to forested ridges and gullies in the upper elevations. Sharing a five-mile boundary with Bitterroot National Forest, the recreational opportunities are significant on both the deeded and public grounds. The ranch is lightly yet thoughtfully improved, with a lodge and two remote cabins. Hunting District 261, where the property is situated, is one of Montana’s top trophy Mule deer management areas. In addition to quality mule deer, elk utilize the property in archery and rifle season, offering good representative bulls. Other species, such as whitetail deer, black bear, mountain lion, grouse, and a myriad of smaller game and birds, call the ranch home. In addition to hunting, the property offers a multitude of recreational pursuits, including horseback riding, hiking, four-wheeling/trail riding, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, and bird watching. The vast mountain ranges, beautiful meadows, long vistas, and lush valleys contribute to the area and include trail systems that offer additional recreational experiences. The Facts: ~4,667± acre, well-blocked mix of native range and timber on the east flank of the famed Bitterroot Valley in the foothills of the Sapphire Mountain Range ~3,700± square foot resplendent metal-clad lodge with accommodation for a dozen guests, commercial kitchen, spa, and game processing/storing facility situated in prime elk and mule deer habitat ~Two fully-appointed hunting cabins accommodate several guests each ~Coveted Hunting District 261 with one of the best trophy mule deer tags in the state ~Five-mile boundary with the United States Forest Service increasing recreational opportunities ~One hour's drive to Missoula, Montana’s second largest city, and 25 minutes to Hamilton, a town of approximately 5,000 people ~194 AUM state grazing lease ~Extensive stock water system utilizing wells and springs ~Perimeter and cross-fencing ~The Bitterroot Valley offers some of the mildest climate in the state
$9,950,000  •  3,843 acres
Privacy, expansive Montana views, a meandering spring creek, and a trout-filled reservoir on over 3,843± deeded acres – this is McGuire Spring Creek Ranch. Tucked inconspicuously in a secluded valley just 20 minutes north of White Sulphur Springs sits a very special ranch in a very special Montana location. The rolling hillsides of native pasture transition to draws, patches of timber, and springs all of which attract passing wildlife to the Ranch. Spring Creek meanders through the lush creek bottom meadows while views of high alpine peaks of the nearby Big Belt Mountains dominate the landscape. Spring Creek feeds Buckingham Reservoir, a private 10± acre fishing retreat teeming with feisty rainbows. The contiguous 3,843± deeded acres of the Ranch allow for numerous hunting opportunities or the ability to enjoy a small livestock operation utilizing the native pasture and the irrigation rights along the creek bottom. A modest existing ranch home and a small set of working corrals & outbuildings provide a base from which to retreat and design improvements tailored to the next fortunate owner’s taste.
$5,490,000  •  3,476.55 acres
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Antelope Creek Ranch is just under 5,000 acres of open land all in one block on the shadows of the Little Belt Mountains. The ranch and the Little Belts are in a general tag area for Elk which is a huge benefit. Agriculturally, the ranch can be utilized in various ways either year round or seasonally. The 400 plus acres of tillable lands along the brushy creek bottoms if rotated with grains, alfalfa, and sainfoin would dramatically improve the production and the upland bird and deer populations. In summary, the Antelope Creek Ranch is an excellent opportunity to own land in one of Central Montana more desirable areas. A new owner can operate a sizable cattle operation or enjoy the recreation on and off the ranch. The Antelope Creek Ranch is offered for $5,490,000. (a Forest Service Grazing Permit for 119 head in the Little Belt Mountains is available for purchase). (81 Bred Cows, 46 Bred Heifers, 21 Heifer Yearlings, and 24 Bulls are available for purchase).
$5,521,000  •  3,451 acres
Spurs and Furs Ranch stands out as a premium turn key hunting property. It’s a rare occurrence that ranches offer quality hunting and retain such production. From the vast opportunity from running dogs for birds, decoying doves, jump shooting ducks, or hunting deer and elk, the Spurs and Furs Ranch is a complete package.
$10,000,000  •  2,800 acres
Located in the famed Blackfoot River Valley, minutes from the town of Lincoln, the 2,800± acre Lewis and Clark Trail Ranch combines a near-perfect mix of recreation and production in a locale that rivals some of the best in Montana. Offering a mix of open meadows and forested benches, this well-blocked assemblage provides grazing for up to 150 pairs in the summer months and extensive habitat for big game, including elk, deer, and bear. Alice Creek, headwaters of the Blackfoot River, meanders for nearly two-and-a-half miles through the property, providing riparian habitat, stock water, and fishing opportunities. Several other small and seasonal streams traverse the ranch, enhancing its scenic and agricultural values. Complementing its scenic viewsheds, the ranch comes with a complete set of working and residential improvements, including a 4,720± square foot, three-bedroom home, working corrals, ranch shop, barn, hay storage, and equipment shed, allowing a new owner to immediately enjoy this superlative Montana offering. Lincoln, a town of roughly 1,000 people, offers many essential services, including medical clinics, shopping, and a municipal airport, all less than 15 minutes from the ranch headquarters. Known as the gateway to the Blackfoot River Valley, its proximity to the famed Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex provides unparalleled recreational opportunities in one of the lower 48’s most expansive roadless areas. The Lewis and Clark Trail Ranch is a complete offering that combines privacy, recreation, and production in one of Montana’s most tightly held locales. The Facts: ~2,800± acres of well-blocked mix of native range, riparian bottom-ground, and stands of deciduous and coniferous forests ~4,720± square foot home built in 2003 with three bedrooms, three baths ~Additional agricultural improvements, including working corrals, a barn, hay storage, a shop, and equipment sheds ~Summer grazing for 150 pairs ~Three-mile boundary with Helena National Forest and the state of Montana ~Hunting District 281 - over-the-counter elk and deer district ~Fifteen minutes to Lincoln, population roughly 1,000; fifty-five minutes to Helena, and one-and-a-half hours to Missoula. ~Lincoln offers a 4,600-foot asphalt runway for private fliers; Missoula and Helena provide direct flights to several destinations across the United States, including Denver, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Dallas, Minneapolis, Las Vegas, and Phoenix, with seasonal destinations increasing in the summer months ~Unencumbered by a conservation easement ~Property taxes based on previous years is $8,400
$9,500,000  •  2,788 acres
Sited on the western slope of the famed Madison Range, the Bar K Ranch lies in a historic ranching area first settled in the late 1800s during the Virginia City gold rush. Surrounded by the State of Montana Game Range and private lands that are encumbered by conservation easements, the ranch is in an area with limited future development, ensuring privacy for generations to come. With four pivots to raise winter forage, a sustainable year-round cattle operation is assured. One of the historic aspects of the property is the homestead compound. The home is one of the oldest in the Madison Valley, and it has had many uses over the years…from a stagecoach stop to a store/post office and currently as a ranch house. The famous fishing destination of Ennis is about 15 minutes north. Bozeman, a regional hub for southwest Montana with an international airport, is about an hour and 15 minutes from the ranch. A jet-capable airport complete with a fixed base operation is within 15 minutes. The Madison River, the primary draw to this area, is within 15 minutes of the ranch compound. Additional angling opportunities on the nearby Yellowstone, Beaverhead, Ruby, Big Hole, and Jefferson Rivers are all easy day trips. The half-million acres of the Beaverhead National Forest, which encompasses the Lee Metcalf Wilderness Area, begins within ten minutes of the ranch. Antelope, deer, and elk all inhabit the ranch at various times of the year. The Facts: ~2,788± deeded acres ~279± acres – pivot and flood irrigation (four pivots) ~2,499± acres – rangeland ~10± acres – homestead site ~Approximately one mile of Bear Creek ~Access is US Route 287 to Bear Creek Loop County Road ~14 miles southeast of Ennis, Montana, in the Madison Valley ~69 miles southwest of Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport ~Seven miles to Big Sky Airport with fixed base operation (jet capable) ~Historic homestead sited near the base of Sphinx Mountain in the Madison Range – the home was a stagecoach stop and the first structure in the Cameron area of the Madison Valley ~Full complement of ranch working improvements including manager’s home, hired man’s home, shop, historic barn, machine shed, calving barn, various small outbuildings, and corrals ~Adjacent to the State of Montana Bear Creek Game Range and within ten minutes of access to the Lee Metcalf Wilderness Area ~Virtually surrounded by private lands that are encumbered by conservation easements
$14,500,000  •  2,211 acres
Sited on the east bank of the Big Hole River, the famed Montana blue ribbon trout fishery, the Talon Ranch lies in a world all its own. With two-and-one-half to three miles of river frontage, the ranch allows immediate access to some of the Big Hole River's most private water. This secluded property includes a newly remodeled home set right along the river in a cottonwood forest. A beautiful pond with exquisite landscaping completes the home's bucolic setting. Located in a river bottom basin, the setting affords complete privacy between cottonwoods in the riparian area and rolling native grass hills to the east. The restored Biltmore Hot Springs is one of the property's most unique and historical aspects. Now, complete with hot and cold plunges, it allows one to soak in solitude year-round. The small quaint town of Twin Bridges is about 15 minutes north, and Dillon, a hub for southwest Montana with an airport capable of handling most private jets, is 30 minutes south. Commercial airline service is about an hour and a half away in Bozeman. The house has been completely remodeled most tastefully and is emblematic of what one would desire for a Montana ranch home. The two-story open floorplan is conducive for gatherings of family and friends. The main living area has high ceilings and large windows with views of a towering cottonwood forest and the Big Hole River. Additional angling opportunities on the nearby Beaverhead, Ruby, Madison, and Jefferson Rivers are easy day trips. The half-million acres of the Beaverhead and Deerlodge National Forests begin within minutes of the ranch in each direction. Moose, whitetail deer, Merriman turkeys, geese, and ducks inhabit this river-bottom sanctuary. The Facts: ~ 2,211± deeded acres ~ 145± acres under pivot irrigation ~ 557± acres of riparian area ~ 1,519± acres consist of pasture land and the homestead ~ Approximately two-and-one-half miles of Big Hole River frontage ~ The Ranch is accessed off Montana State Highway 41 to Biltmore Hot Springs County Road ~ 10 miles southwest of Twin Bridges and 22 miles northeast of Dillon, Montana ~ 89 miles southwest of Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport ~ Well-situated within a private setting between the Big Hole River and native grass hills ~ Newly remodeled 2,895± square foot owner’s home with a screened-in porch and two-car garage Montana Ranch House ~ A full complement of ranch working improvements, including a new 1,200± square foot manager’s home, shop/barn, machine shed, calving barn, and corrals ~ Completely refurbished Biltmore Hot Springs with hot and cold plunges ~ Conservation easement with The Nature Conservancy preserves the property for future generations
$8,500,000  •  2,133.65 acres
Nestled on the southern flank of the highest peak in the region lies the 2,134± acre Haskill Mountain Retreat, in Flathead County, Montana. Recreational opportunities abound with healthy populations of deer, elk, and bear situated in Hunting District 120, an over-the-counter tag district. Offering a 3.5± mile boundary with Flathead National Forest, the property is an ideal staging point to access thousands of additional acres of public ground to the north. For the development-minded, the property has been subdivided into multiple lots with a quality road system throughout and grid power to the eastern boundary. Each lot would enjoy expansive views of several mountain ranges and Brown’s Meadow Valley below. Topographically, the property occupies a long ridge-oriented east to west including the top of Haskill Mountain at an elevation of 6,200± feet. Access is by way of the paved Brown’s Meadow Road, behind a code-locked gate, 19 miles from Kalispell and 32 miles from Whitefish. Privacy, solitude, and unparalleled views in one of the fastest growing regions in Montana are hallmarks of this blank slate recreational holding. The Facts: ~2,134± acre expansive south-facing ridge, including the top of Haskill Mountain ~Views of several mountain ranges, lakes, and valleys including distant views of Glacier National Park ~Multiple lots connected by a quality road system offering significant development potential for large lot subdivision or shared ranch concept ~Grid power, telephone and pavement to the eastern boundary. ~Coded gate at the ingress point from the paved county road with additional infrastructure in place for gate at property boundary ~No conservation easement, a land trust has identified the property as having significant conservation values and worthy of a conservation easement ~Marketable timber ~3.5± mile boundary with Flathead National Forest to the north and a one-mile boundary with state ground to the south, increasing recreational opportunities ~Deer and elk habitat in Hunting District 120, an over-the-counter district ~Taxes based on previous years is estimated at $2,152 ~Kalispell is 19 miles; 32 miles to Whitefish
$2,570,000  •  1,836.33 acres
The Hauck Coulee Ranch is located just 7 miles southwest of Hobson, near Ackley Lake. The property is conveniently located on both Bellview Road, on the west, and Ackley Lake Road, on the east. The five fenced pastures are used for 150 pairs from May 1 to October 1. The ranch has three developed springs with tanks and two miles of Hauck Coulee. There are 310 acres of cropland used for small grains and 226 acres used for improved pasture. In 2023 the 640 acres of State lease cost just $1,803, it is located at the south end of the property and includes one of the water tanks.
$12,250,000  •  1,800 acres
Discover the timeless beauty and serene ambiance of Bar MZ Ranch, a picturesque haven located just two miles south of Norris on MT Highway 287 and only 45 minutes from Bozeman, Montana’s fastest-growing city. Spanning 1,800± deeded acres, this extraordinary property offers a perfect blend of tranquillity and recreation, making it an ideal sanctuary for those seeking a harmonious connection with nature and history. At the heart of Bar MZ Ranch lies a majestic 100-year-old barn, surrounded by expansive meadows, meandering creeks, and natural springs. Burnt Creek winds almost two miles through the property, providing ample stock water and irrigation for over 500 acres. With year-round flow, Burnt Creek is ideal for stream enhancement and riparian improvement. The diverse landscape of Bar MZ Ranch, nestled in the foothills of the Tobacco Root Mountains, features meadows with quaking aspen, offering a haven for wildlife including elk, deer, moose, antelope, and bear. Upland birds such as pheasant and Hungarian partridge are also common. This rich diversity provides exceptional recreational opportunities. Surrounding the ranch headquarters, over 500 acres of flood-irrigated meadows yield an annual harvest of 125 tons of grass hay, with the remaining meadows used for fall and winter grazing. The west side of the ranch features spring-fed, rocky drainages opening into a large basin with willow and aspen groves, offering ample cover for livestock. From this vantage point, admire breathtaking vistas of the Tobacco Root Mountains to the west and the Madison Range to the southeast. A unique highlight is the highest point on the range, overlooking a large meadow where Wolf Creek emerges. Here, the remnants of an old homestead, marked by a solitary chimney, stand as a testament to the ranch’s rich history. Historically used for summer and fall grazing, this area is currently leased to a local rancher. Bar MZ Ranch is well-equipped with the infrastructure and carrying capacity to support 150 cow/calf pairs, making it ideal for both cow-calf and yearling operations. Experience the best of Montana’s ranching heritage at Bar MZ Ranch, where nature, history, and modern ranching converge in perfect harmony. Welcome to your new haven. Welcome to Bar MZ Ranch.
$3,975,000  •  1,590 acres
The Harrison Place offers an ideal blend of seclusion and accessibility. Situated near Hobson, Mt yet away from major roads and enjoys a private setting with its buildings centrally located. The property offers well-maintained and functional improvements that have served its purpose for many years. Benefiting from fertile soils and a high-water table, strong crops and lush grass are common. The pasture land is supported by both natural and developed water sources. The Harrison Place is nestled in an area abundant with wildlife, making it a prime spot for recreational hunting. Additionally, the nearby region is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, offering activities like fishing, boating, and hiking amidst the stunning vistas of Montana’s wilderness. This property is offered at $3,975,000.
$3,390,000  •  1,277 acres
Under Contract
The Mountain View Farm is a beautiful property with views of area mountain ranges and productive croplands. The Farm has a unique location close to Lewistown conveniently located near implement dealers and grain markets just 5 minutes from town. The land and buildings have been well cared for and put simply this is a perfect gentlemen farmer property with the potential for appreciation. Price is $3,390,000 and there is a planned lease for the 2024 crop year.
$1,000,000  •  1,245 acres
The McWilliams Farm is a diverse property that lies one hour north of Miles City, Montana. This 1,245 acre farm currently serves as home base for roughly 800 head of sheep. The owner in past years raised grain and other cover crops, but since has seeded back to native grasses for livestock.
F&R Partners