Wrangle up the cattle and roam the 3,647.77 acres of rangeland. This ranch located in the “Last Best Place” of central Montana has fertile soils, flat, level fields, and abundant water availability. Virtually untouched, the region is valued for its consistent high-quality grain production and nutrient-dense grasses. Free and clear of all restrictions and covenants, the versatility of the land presents the opportunity for the discerning buyer that is interested in investing in a unique property. There are numerous ways of producing income and possibilities for a cattle operation. The ranch encompasses everything needed to maintain a ranch including potential for crops, wholesome grasses, good fences creating six separate pastures, and several life-giving water sources. Two creeks traverse the property: Little Muddy Creek and Dry Fork Creek. There are four developed springs and an Artesian well. Cattle or livestock won’t have to stress about finding hydration.