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$10,750,000 13,415 acres
Pompeys Pillar, MT 59064 - Yellowstone County


Encompassing approximately 13,415 total acres, Wagon Box Spring Ranch provides privatearchery hunting in one of Montanas trophy bull elk regions. The main Ranch is comprised of 9,095 contiguous acres of which 8,455 are deeded with 640 acres of State of Montana lease land. Situated about thirty minutes north of the main Ranch, the summer grazing unit encompasses 3,680 Bureau of Land Management lease acres and 640 of State of Montana lease land. The Ranch is comprised of rolling hillsides and timbered draws with healthy stands of ponderosa pine, also referred to as bull pine by the locals. Strategically planted alfalfa fields serpentine along several large plateaus which are framed by the thick pine draws. Numerous developed springs lin
Swan Land Company Swan Land Company
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$2,950,000 2,340 acres
Billings, MT 59101 - Yellowstone County

Cove Canyon Ranch

The 3,070 acre Cove Canyon Ranch sits just 20 minutes west of downtown Billings. Straddling the watersheds of Canyon and Little Cove creeks in the Yellowstone River breaks, the ranch comprises a signature terrain of widehorizon prairie, intimate coulees and sandstone grottos. Nighttime brings countless stars in a limitless sky and fastmoving weather. The ranch includes 2,340 deeded acres and a 640 acre landlocked state lease. Under conservation easement itself, and bordering neighboring land also under conservation easement, the propertys easternmost 80 acres are uneased. In addition to an elegant 4bedroom home with fine finishes, there is a 30X60 foot barn, built from reclaimed grain elevator timbers. You will find both expansive vista
Randy Shelton Hall and Hall
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$695,000 640 acres
Billings, MT 59106 - Yellowstone County

Powder River County Hunting Property

This hunting retreat is located 2.5 hours East of Billings MT and approx. 60 Miles South West of Miles City MT. Approx. 640 acres on the Beaver creek corridor and is bordered on three sides by the Custer National Forest. This area is known for its trophy Elk, Mule deer and White Tail deer. In2016Powder River County hadthe new Archery World Record Typical Bull Elk with a score of430 0/8", which is also the highest score in 48 years overall. The property is set up with a combination of alfalfa hay plots and water reservoirs to attract the big game habitat. Buildings: This property also features a turn-key hunting cabin (sleeps 10 adults) with a large covered deck overlooking the hay fields. The cabin is solar powered and is heated wi
U Bar S Realty LLC U Bar S Realty LLC