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Limestone Butte Hunting Ranch


Located on the northern edge of the Little Belt Mountains, Limestone Butte Hunting Ranch is an exceptional deer and elk hunting property in a convenient yet quiet part of central Montana. The 1,000-foot abrupt rise of the butte from the surrounding prairie provides incredible views in all directions. The intermingled limestone canyons contrast with the timber and grass terraces and plateaus. The Highwood Mountains are close to the north, and the nearby peaks of the Little Belts are to the south. The “Front” of the Rockies are visible to the west, and the Moccasins, Judith, and Snowy Mountains are to the east.

Bull Mountain Wildlife Ranch


The Ranch consists of approximately 5069 semi-timbered deeded acres along with a state lease of 640 acres and BLM lease of 205 acres allowing for 5914 total acreage and a truly remarkable recreational paradise. There are approximately 180 hay ground acres comprised of alfalfa grass mixed making great feed for the Boone & Crockett elk and deer that reside within this property.

Sportsman’s Paradise


Experience Montana the way it was meant to be experienced: wild, natural and picturesque. Magnificent terrain from rolling meadows blanketed with lush vegetation to pine trees pitched with the rise and fall of peaks illustrate this gorgeous property. The draws and wooded areas provide the cover that large game seek. Black bear, deer and herds of elegant elk have been seen journeying the acreage. This 1,712 acre parcel lies in the “Valley of Adventure,” described as such because of the abundant ways to recreate. A sportsman’s paradise, the area has tremendous hunting opportunities! Access to all parcels is convenient and useful due largely in part to the current owner’s diligent dozer work. There are two pieces that can be purchased separately, one parcel of 165 acres and one of 80 acres. If you are looking for a less corporate way of living, make this property the foundation for building a dream home and be mesmerized by the breathtaking views capturing the sapphire colored sky from your picture windows! Bring your animals as the 1,712 acres are perimeter fenced and would be ideal as summer grazing pasture. The native grasses here are rich with nutrients adequate for packing pounds on the young calves. Greyson Creek traverses the property with its glacial flowing waters attracting thirsty creatures. Canyon Ferry is a short drive from the property offering up numerous recreational activities on the water and the surrounding area such as boating, kayaking, canoeing, water skiing, floating, swimming, picnicking, camping, fishing, hunting, ice fishing, cross country skiing, and so much more! The property is just over an hour from the nearest airport: Bozeman International Airport in Bozeman, MT and Helena Regional Airport in Helena, MT. Access to this area is unrestricted and convenient from potentially anywhere in the US due to the proximity of airports. This paradise has the views, the wildlife and the adventure!

Y-Hanging Diamond Ranch


It doesn’t get much more rugged, remote, or quintessentially Western than this part of eastern Montana. The Y Hanging Diamond Ranch lies on the south bank of the Missouri River as it widens into Fort Peck Reservoir. With 4,490 acres of deeded land, and 3,933 leased, it offers every opportunity for ranching, farming, hunting, fishing, and exploring the majestic and varied landscape. Prepare for world-class fishing, phenomenal elk, deer, antelope, and turkey hunting—and a ranching opportunity that includes abundant water sources for running a 350 cow-calf operation.

Cascade County Cash Cow Ranch


The tree-lined and paved driveway illustrates the degree of care and precision that has long since been practiced on this Belt valley cattle ranch. Like a page out of “Little House on the Prairie,” the meticulous lane leads up to a charming remodeled two-story farmhouse with a covered front porch supporting a porch swing alongside the traditional and nostalgic rocking chair. It is the perfect place to rest and gaze out at the blessings the property provides. The mature willow and cottonwood trees offer shade and protection throughout the open meadows inviting deer, elk, and the occasional bear to wander through before stopping for a refreshing drink from the crisp waters of Belt Creek. The grounds of the property include a new detached garage, shop, shed, corrals, and a small grain bin. This working cattle ranch comes with an opportunity to earn extra income through a pasture lease totaling $16000 annually. Surrounded by excellent fencing, roundup ready alfalfa and hay is produced. The operating ranch of 1274 deeded acres provides a chance to join the American tradition of the hardworking Montana rancher while enjoying the scenic surroundings in the Belt valley!

Pondera County Pivot Irrigated Farm


Now is your chance to own an incredible, productive farm in Pondera County. The farm is not certified, but sellers report that chemicals haven’t been used on the crops for generations. The soil is so black that it will stain your hands! Four pivots are located over approximately 333 acres with roughly 115 acres flood irrigated. Take advantage of awesome water rights to utilize however you wish. In addition, are dry land fields and several outbuildings including 3 large grain bins (9,100 bushel storage – approx.), large pole barns, huge stock barns including an impressive 40’ x 200’ enclosed metal sided barn, all the materials for 40’ x 125’ Quonset, and more. Also located on this farm are 1500 tons of covered rock phosphate. To top it off, all the equipment including trucks and implements convey with the sale separately via Bill of Sale. A full equipment list is available upon request.

Duncan Creek Ranch


This property is set up for a fantastic cattle ranch with some of the best summer grass in Montana. It consists of a total of 1,320 deeded acres with a combination of sub irrigated hay ground, grazing, forest land and year round flowing Duncan Creek, providing an excellent water source for cattle and hay ground.

Cotton Bottom Irrigated Farm


What an amazing value on a rare find! Cotton Bottom Irrigated Farm has over 1630 acres of farm and recreational potential, is fenced, and also includes three 6500 bushel grain bins and one 2100 sq. ft. Quonset. Also included is 640 acres of State Lease grazing land. Own your own recreational paradise with world class fishing, amazing upland bird habitat, and trophy deer.

Spain Bridge Road


The long-awaited prospect of owning income producing land with an amazing potential for development has transpired! This property is a sprawling patchwork of lush farm fields with the Bridger Mountains rising up in the distance giving vivacious views in all directions. The land is currently farmed producing hay and barley utilizing the fertile soil. The flat and level ground make excellent places to build. To expand on the versatility the land offers, the riparian areas from the stream and seasonal run off sub irrigate the land with mineral rich water. Crops including but not limited to alfalfa, grass, corn, wheat, barley, and hemp thrive here.There is power and propane available to the property. The acreage has perimeter fencing that is in good condition. In addition to yielding income, the property provides recreational fishing from the meandering creek named Trout Creek. It flows east to west hydrating the vegetation and attracting thirsty deer or elk. There are plenty of birds, ducks, geese, and pheasant to watch soar around or would be superb hunting. The views are unparalleled with ample stretches of big blue sky near Belgrade, Montana and an expansive 243 acres producing crops of wealth as consistent as the repeating windrows. This area is extremely popular among the locals and a common destination for tourists so consider developing the acreage or build a luxurious vacation home. The Bozeman Airport does supply direct flights around the country making the access desirably simple to travel to the tranquility of Montana. Blue ribbon trout fishing is nearby in Gallatin and Madison Rivers with skiing at the Bridger Bowl and Big Sky Ski Resort and many other recreational opportunities in this mountainous region of this beautiful state!

Tiger Butte Ranch


Ranching has long been a staple of Montana’s culture and economy. This Tiger Butte ranch of four different parcels totaling 1280 acres is a rare opportunity to own a scenic, productive ranch in the heart of Montana. The iconic Tiger Butte mountain towers at an elevation of 6,991 feet and sets the backdrop for this beautiful area. Although most of the riches belong to the soil, the ranch is rich in history as it is home to its own pishkun or buffalo jump! The old homestead still stands as a reminder of simpler times and hours of hard work and perseverance. An old stone doorway marks the entrance to the root cellar, a nostalgic sight. There is a mature shelterbelt surrounding the homestead. Other structures that sit on the property include grain bins and old corrals, but all buildings would need repair. The perimeter and cross fencing has been well maintained. There are 400 acres of productive dry land hayfields. Currently, there is a lease in place for pasture and hay allowing for some extra income. There is no value that can be placed on the gorgeous views of the Highwood and Little Belt Mountains that reach high into the blue Big Sky while puffy white clouds cast moving shadows over the hundreds of round bales that speckle the gently sloping hills. Nutrient-filled grass and hay blanket the dirt attracting wildlife that inspires the hunter in us all. Central Montana produces most of Montana’s hay, the 11th ranking state in the nation for hay production. It is additionally the 9th state for alfalfa hay. The alfalfa that is harvested will do well to keep your animals hefty and warm during the cold winter months as it is high in nutrients and energy. Pay tribute to the classic way of life and enjoy the cutting-edge technology and methods while joining the ranks of the honored and scrupulous Montana farmers and ranchers.