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9,685 acres Jordan, MT $5,850,000

9,685 acres Jordan, MT

Garfield County Larry Jordan Jordan & Company Real Estate, LLC

Type: Acreage 4 Beds

Sage Creek ranch is an unequaled recreational ranch in a picturesque part of Eastern Montana. This ranch borders the Charles M. Russell Wildlife Refuge and access to Fort Peck Lake's recreation. Wildlife on the ranch include trophy class mule deer, whitetail, elk, antelope, game birds and water fowl. There is a comfortable home, horse corrals & a bladed airstrip. Abundant live water. Mix of farmland, scenic native pasture with large areas of rugged land with the possibility of archeological finds.

9,685 acres Jordan, MT $4,850,000

9,685 acres Jordan, MT

Garfield County Rick Eisen Jordan & Company Real Estate, LLC

Type: Acreage

Sage Creek Ranch is an unequaled recreational ranch in a picturesque part of eastern Montana. Borders the Charles M. Russell Wildlife Refuge and access to Fort Peck Lake's recreational opportunities. Wildlife on the ranch include trophy mule deer, whitetail, elk, antelope, game birds and water fowl. There is a comfortable home, horse corrals & a bladed airstrip. Abundant live water. Mix of farmland, scenic native pasture with large areas of rugged land with the possibility of archeological finds.

4,000 acres Rock Springs, MT $2,210,000

4,000 acres Rock Springs, MT

Garfield County Monty Lesh Lesh & Company

Type: Acreage

3,360+/- acres of deeded land with 640 acres State of Montana lease. 250+/- dry land hay, 400+/- acres of tame pasture. Property has 3 wells and a seasonal creek for livestock water. Access is by County road. Ranch is perimeter fenced and has several cross fences. This is a good production area and some of the land could be farmed, as it was in the past. Other improvements are minimal and in various states of repair and condition. Recreation owners will enjoy the wildlife, antelope, mule deer, upland birds and predators.

51.92 acres Jordan, MT $50,000

51.92 acres Jordan, MT

Garfield County Kevin Wetherell Clearwater Montana Properties, Inc/Sports Afield Trophy Properties

Type: Acreage

Enjoy hunting in the 1.1 million acre Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge home to elk, big horn sheep, antelope and mule deer. Or enjoy World Class fishing on the famous Fort Peck Reservoir which is a 245,000 acre fishing paradise of walleye, lake trout, trophy bass, and northern pike. Enjoy all the hunting and fishing a sportsman could ask for and relax in your ranchette under the big Montana Sky.

4,500 acres Jordan, MT $2,220,000

4,500 acres Jordan, MT

Garfield County Fred and Pam Scott Scott Western Realty

Type: Acreage

LOCATION: 4500 Acres (2720 deeded) borders the Charles M. Russell Wilderness in Garfield County28 miles Northwest of Jordan, MT. Miles of remote and productive, native prarie lands with lightly timbered ridges, bordering immense areas of timbered canyons and wilderness area. All of this provides exceptional hunting for elk, mule deer, antelope, and maybe the best archeological hunting for dinosaurs in North America DESCRIPTION: The present owner runs 125-to-140 head of cattle year-around with enough grass left over on most years to run twice that many animal units. The Old West Ranch is extremely well- watered with two wells, reservoirs, and Hell Creek with miles of creek bottom, and spring-fed flow. Approximately 400 acres of creek bottoms are cut for native hay. In 2011 these fields produced close to 585 tons of hay. Even with lower than average rainfall, hay production usually exceeds 400 ton/yearmore than enough to winter 125-to-140 head of cattle. IMPROVEMENTS: Consist of exceptional water pipeline development; reservoirs; two sets of working corrals with stock water tanks; electrical service; well-kept perimeter fences and pasture fences (six separate pastures). Though the area is remote, rough country in places; the six separate pastures and water development contribute to superior breed-up rates each year. There is not a residence on the ranchhowever building sites with available water and beautiful views are plentiful. There is a cow camp with camp trailer (on septic & drain field); calving sheds, and some feed-grain storage. DESCRIPTION (cont.): Approximately 400 acres of creek bottoms are cut for native hay. In 2011 these fields produced close to 585 tons of hay. Even with lower than average rainfall, hay production usually exceeds 400 ton/yearmore than enough to winter 125-to-140 head of cattle. IMPROVEMENTS: Consist of exceptional water pipeline development; reservoirs; two sets of working corrals with stock water tanks; electrical service; well-kept perimeter fences and pasture fences (six separate pastures). Though the area is remote, rough country in places; the six separate pastures and water development contribute to superior breed-up rates each year. There is not a residence on the ranchhowever building sites with available water and beautiful views are plentiful. There is a cow camp with camp trailer (on septic & drain field); calving sheds, and some feed-grain storage. ACREAGE: 4500 Acres (2720 deeded). WATER RIGHTS: Water rights on wells, springs, and reservoirs are filed as required with the DNRC for domestic and livestock use. CLIMATE: Mean annual precipitation is 12 - 16 in. according to the Climate Atlas of Montana. REAL ESTATE TAXES: On Request. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: On Request. PRICE: $2,720,000
 

20.04 acres Mosby, MT $49,999

20.04 acres Mosby, MT

Garfield County Dean Petty Mountainlands of Montana

Type: Acreage

Great hunting property BORDERING 1000'S OF ACRES OF BLM LAND in the Missouri Breaks where over 50% of the land is public which means lots of hunting opportunity! It is approximately 30 miles northeast of Winnett (pop 250) and about 8 miles north of Highway 200. Power is about 2 or 3 miles away, phone is along county road. Lots of public land where you will find mule deer, turkeys, antelope and even elk!! Access can be challenging when wet on Stage county road, but folks do live year-round out here.
 

20.05 acres Mosby, MT $32,500

20.05 acres Mosby, MT

Garfield County Dean Petty Mountainlands of Montana

Type: Acreage

20 acres in the Missouri Breaks that borders state public land! Remote area off Stage road approximately 30 miles northeast of Winnett and about 8 miles north of Highway 200. Power is over a mile away. Lots of trees and lots of public land for hunting mule deer, turkeys, antelope and even elk!! Call today to get more photos and directions. Access can be challenging when wet, so it is not recommended for year-round living, though folks do live out here year-round. 20 miles south of Fort Peck Reservoir.
 
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