BLOOD COULEE FARM | Sale Pending

BLOOD COULEE FARM | Sale Pending

Premier Agricultural Farm Ground
Denton, Montana | Fergus County
 
  • $1,950,000
  • Approximately 1,727± Deeded Acres
  • Excellent Production and Prime Upland Bird Hunting
 
 
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 outside the small, agricultural-based community of Denton, Montana and within a comfortable 40-minute drive of Lewistown.
 
Blood Coulee Farm, with a healthy soil profile, offers productive farm ground with excellent yields on small grain crops and dryland hay with the balance in native range and pasture for grazing.  The farm ground and native range provide excellent habitat for upland birds and numerous other species of wildlife.  The property has been managed for years solely for the pheasant hunting.  Access for hunting has been limited, food plots and shelter belts created, predators controlled, cattle turn-out dates adjusted and management of the upland-bird populations have made this farm one of the best wing-shooting properties in Central Montana.  Blood Coulee Creek, which meanders through the Farm, creates an ideal riparian zone for waterfowl and wildlife, as well as easy access to water for cattle.  Its productive fields, coupled with abundant natural cover and riparian zone further enhance excellent wildlife habitat while maintaining the current agricultural operation.  
 
The Farm has no improvements, other than perimeter and cross fencing and the old homestead, providing the next owner the opportunity to build improvements that will best suit their needs.  
 
Blood Coulee Farm represents an opportunity to own property with recreation, dryland farming with good production and a conservation opportunity.  It is rare when one of Montana’s old-line, seldom-traded farms with prime upland bird and waterfowl habitat becomes available.  The Farm, with good views of the Judith Mountain Range, possesses these qualities and more.