Listed with Hall and Hall, the IX Ranch is 87 miles northeast of Great Falls and adjacent to Big Sandy. The current owners are the second owners in the ranch’s history. According to Hall and Hall’s listing, the IX Ranch traditionally goes into the winter with around 3,500 bred cows and 600 heifer calves. [see full story]
Three generations and two families have upheld the same goals and mission since 1955-to raise high quality feeder cattle while being good stewards of the land. read full article
Robb Report Home & Style recently profiled the Valley of the Moon Ranch! You’d never know it’s there. This privately owned valley surrounded by public lands at the end of the road includes 1,396 acres with extensive frontage on Rock Creek and Gilbert Creek. Improvements designed by Emilio Ambasz. Total seclusion a mere 40 minute drive to an international airport. $12,500,000 read full article
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Best Properties on the Market features Little Blackfoot River Ranch (Deer Lodge), Antelope Butte Ranch (Big Timber), and Choteau Mountain Ranch (Choteau). read full article
The IX Ranch needs no introduction. It stands as one of Montana’s premier reputation ranches. Operating on 126,000 acres (59,809 deeded) of which 9,000 is tillable, it runs from Big Sandy eastward over 30 miles. In addition to running 3,000 mother cows, it boasts huntable populations of deer, elk, antelope and upland birds. Appropriately improved and well managed, it is offered turnkey. $64,500,000. read full article
Tom Meredith, a former executive of Dell, Inc. has listed his 612+/- acre Montana Ranch along Big Blackfoot River, which was immortalized in the movie A River Runs Through It!
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