Parker Ranch is situated in the rolling hills of the Nebraska Sandhills near Keystone and approximately 24 miles north of Ogallala. It is comprised of 28,750± total acres, of which 27,482± are deeded and 1,268± are State of Nebraska lease. With 128± pivot-irrigated acres and positioned near to abundant feed resources, the Ranch is ideal for many different operating scenarios. Comprised mostly of grasslands, cross fenced into 36 pastures, and with excellent stock water through both a pipeline system and windmills, Parker Ranch is one of the best in its class.
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Congratulations to the buyers of Blood Coulee Farm!
Excellent production and upland bird hunting. This 1,727± deeded-acre farm offers excellent production on 992± acres of dryland farm ground and 458± acres of native range and pasture. The Farm produces 65-70 bushel wheat and 45-50 bushel barley per year and 1 to 1.5 tons of dryland hay per acre. With ample water, and years of managing the upland bird populations, the Farm offers excellent wildlife habitat and premier upland-bird hunting in Central Montana.
Congratulations to the buyers and sellers of two Montana ranches that have just been sold. Broker Scott Williams was honored to represent the buyers on the sales of Crazy Mountains Alpine Ranch and Robinson Bench Ranch.
Kinsey Farm is located northeast of Miles City in a part of Eastern Montana that is comprised of a network of working farms and ranches. This 87.1± deeded acre Farm is part of the Kinsey Irrigation District, which provides reliable irrigation water. There are 77± irrigated acres with a recently updated water distribution network. The Farm has a soil profile that has grown a variety of crops including corn, alfalfa and grain. There is paved county-road access on the south side of the Farm, a good gravel road on the east and a network of access roads through the parcel for ease of operation.
This beautifully updated home on over 13 acres with mature landscaping and horse pastures creates a tranquil and serene setting only minutes from all of the amenities and activities in Bozeman. A true Montana living experience, this address allows school attendance in the highly-rated Manhattan School District. The home includes four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and an open floor plan that nicely blends the gourmet kitchen into the dining area and living room capturing the beautiful mountain views. A detached oversized garage includes a spacious wood shop, several built-in storage cabinets and an upper-level workout suite. A third building includes a fully enclosed heated shop with a concrete floor and several bays of pole-barn storage.
"In no way can I convey entirely the excitement and enthusiasm of the original idea and purchase of land and also the extreme poverty and stressful times of the early years. At one point the mortgage was due and there was no money to pay Memorus Bruffey. The 63 Ranch exists today because he did not foreclose." SANDRA CHRISTENSEN
In 1929, Elmer and Paul Christensen, and their sister, Jo Francis, bought 420 acres from Memorus Bruffey, whose family homesteaded Montana land in 1890.
WELL-BALANCED GRASS RANCH NEAR BILLINGS | In the same family for over 100 years, this well-balanced ranch, with an abundance of native grasses, encompasses over 6,883 deeded acres plus a half section of State ground. The Ranch will carry 275± mother cows plus 30-50 replacements and 15-20 bulls. Part of the Ranch lies in the Bull Mountains offering good elk, deer and antelope hunting. This self-sufficient grass ranch with good livestock water throughout is located only 45 minutes from Billings.
Overlooking rolling fields and pastures and punctuated with stunning vistas of the Judith Mountain Range, Blood Coulee Farm represents a prime opportunity to own productive farm ground in the heart of Central Montana. This 1,727± deeded-acre farm is conveniently located 10 miles northeast of Denton, Montana and within a comfortable 40-minute drive of Lewistown.
This low-overhead livestock and dryland-farm operation encompasses 2,104± deeded acres that are a mix of native pasture, productive dryland crop and mixed upland timber acres rimmed by a stunning and very private network of canyons, rims and dramatic bluffs.
This low-overhead livestock and dryland-farm operation located 25 miles north of Columbus has had numerous capital-improvement projects including fencing, stock-water system, new shop and a new ranch-manager home. The 16,829± total-acre Ranch encompasses 16,189± deeded acres that are a mix of native pasture, sub-irrigated pasture, mixed upland acres and tilled cropland. The grass is in exceptional condition and ready for livestock. The diligent efforts of ownership and management have created an efficient and well-run livestock operation that currently runs 1,250± bison and is estimated to run approximately 800 cows year round with several thousand acres of dryland crop and likely closer to 1,000 cows should all of the cropland be seeded back into pasture.