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Land for sale including Ranches in Cohagen Montana

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$4,000,000 6,290 acres
Cohagen, MT 59322 - Garfield County

Johnson Livestock

Johnson Livestock is located 46 miles northwest of Miles City MT, which is the regional trade center for southeastern Montana. The ranch is in an area of large cattle ranches and grain farms. 6290 Acres of deeded land of which 3,305 is grass and 2,985 is dry land farming. The owners rate the ranch at 200 pairs annually. Improvements: Johnson Livesock has a ranch style home in average condition The ranch has a 50 X 150 quonset building with concrete floor and doors on each end. There are also 46,500 +/- bushels of various size grain storage bins. A modest set of corrals for handling cattle is located at the headquarters.
Monty Lesh Lesh & Company
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$16,500,000 43,278 acres
Cohagen, MT 59322 - Garfield County

Antelope Springs Ranch

The 53,238-acre Antelope Springs Ranch is a historically profitable cattle ranch located in the heart of eastern Montanas grazing country. Using holistic ranch management techniques, the ranch currently supports more than 1,000 year-round cow units, as well as 700+ sheep during the summer months. Thanks to its abundant water rights, pipelines, and recently improved water infrastructure, the ranch has remained productive even during recent drought years. The ranch is fully equipped with all necessary agricultural improvements, including managers homes, large equipment sheds, shops, loafing sheds, calving barns, scales, and corrals. Listed in cooperation with Wildlife Resources LLC & exclusively marketed by Mirr Ranch Group LLC. Contact Duf
Mirr Ranch Group Mirr Ranch Group
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$8,200,000 12,527 acres 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1 ½ Bath | 2970 sqft
Cohagen, MT 59322 - Garfield County

Jordan Ranch

Well cared for farm/ranch property with weaning weights for calves in 2016 at 700 pounds for steers and 650 pounds for heifers. Starting calving date is the first week of April and weaning begins the first week of November. Carrying capacity around 250A.U./yr. Farm land will yield 30-40 bushel high protein spring and winter wheat yields with some alternative crops starting to be raised in the area. Tillable: 6011ac. cult. 4944ac Improved pasture 1067ac. Grass: 5560ac. State 955ac. Water: Four wells-Stockwater: 1- 100' depth, 1-180' depth,& 2 artesian wells. Wildlife: Deer, Antelope,and upland bird
Tim Nessan Landmark of Billings, Inc. / Montana Ranches