Representing an excellent ranch investment with a consistently solid return on capital, this 2,000-animal unit commercial cattle Ranch is priced at only $7,350 per animal unit. North Fork is a productive grass ranch that runs very efficiently and includes more than 3,770 acres of dryland hay ground. This 22,474± total acre Ranch is composed of 19,992± deeded acres and 2,487± acres of private lease and sublease. The current owners have worked diligently to optimize the efficiency, carrying capacity, and hay production of the Ranch.
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Larson Ranch encompasses 318± acres of flood-irrigated hay ground, native range and riparian bottom. About 18 miles south of the Ranch, eight peaks of the mighty Uinta Mountain Range tower above 12,000 feet affording a spectacular vista from almost anywhere on the Ranch. The custom home is oriented to take full advantage of the dramatic vista. Bear River and Mill Creek meander through the Ranch for over half a mile providing year-round live water and great private fishing.
With big-game hunting and fishing, a balanced cattle operation and good improvements, the Ranch has 4,970± deeded acres and 640± State lease acres. The 430± productive irrigated acres comfortably handle the owner-rated 300-350 AU working cattle operation. This is the desired combination of an efficient cattle operation with great fishing on about a half mile of both sides of the Clark Fork River and exceptional big-game hunting.
Swan Land Company is excited to congratulate Scott Williams on receiving his Real Estate Salesperson’s License in the state of Nebraska and the state of Montana. Scott is hanging his license under Mike Swan, Owner and Managing Broker of Swan Land Company, based in Montana, and a licensed Managing Broker in Nebraska. Scott obtained his Wyoming real estate license as a Sales Associate in January of 2015 when came on board with Swan. Last year he earned his WY real estate Broker’s license.
Clark Fork River Ranch represents an efficient and balanced cattle operation with exceptional hunting and fishing recreation along the Clark Fork River. Comprised of 3,567± deeded acres and 160± State of Montana lease, plus over 320 irrigated acres and a very productive sub-irrigated riparian corridor along 4± miles of Clark Fork River. Improvements include two homes, shop, barns, commercial scale and a full set of corrals that will easily handle the owner-rated 300-350 AU working cattle operation. Clark Fork River Ranch represents the much-desired combination of a balanced and efficient cattle operation with great fishing on over 4 miles of both sides of the Clark Fork and hunting for big game and wing-shooters.
Natural Resource Conservation Service of Montana - Events for August 2018
USDA Natural Resourse Conservation Service and conservation partners across Montana and the country host a variety of educational events throughout August. Take a look at some of the events scheduled to happen in Montana throughout the month.
Wyoming Finalizes Water and Land Acquisition in Northeast Wyoming
By Ron Richter on Sat 07/07/2018 12:06pm
The State of Wyoming, acting through the Wyoming Water Development Commission, has acquired a strategic resource in northeast Wyoming.
According to a news release from the WWDC, the acquisition consists of 445 deeded acres, 62,199 acre-feet of water rights in Lake DeSmet, and the two hundred acre Healy Reservoir.
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Contact: Mike Swan or Tim Anderson
The LF Ranch has all the attributes of a national park, the best private fishing and hunting in America—and it’s on the market for just the second time in more than a century
Lewis and Clark hunted and fished here in 1805. Not much has changed since.
Bozeman, MT. June 6, 2018 Swan Land Company of Bozeman, MT announced today that it has listed the LF Ranch for sale. This is only the second time in more than a century it has been available. It is one of the most magnificent Western ranches to come on the market and is offered at $52,500,000.
Congratulations to the new owner of Sawmill Ranch. This Wyoming property, surrounded by large cattle ranches, is small enough to afford yet big enough to run cows. The 1,464± acres of undulating terrain located in Sheridan County range from 3,800 to 4,200 feet in elevation. Tanney and Sawmill Draws are lined with ponderosa pine and juniper trees while the bench ground nurtures abundant forage grasses.
There are numerous building sites and the property benefits from important infrastructure. Two water wells and one spring provide domestic and stock water. Electricity is available nearby. The perimeter is fenced and there are several well-maintained interior ranch roads to allow for easy access around the property.