BULL CREEK RANCH | Sold
Jackson, Montana | Beaverhead County
- Approximately 6,342 Deeded Acres
- The Historic Carrol Ranch in the Big Hole Valley
Positioned in the southern end of the famed Big Hole Valley, the 6,342± deeded acres of Bull Creek Ranch range from the 900± acres of productive flood- and sub-irrigated fields along Bull Creek to the hard summer grass on the hillsides along the southern reaches of the Pioneer Mountains. Historically utilized for summer grazing, the Ranch provides sufficient mountain pasture to comfortably run about 730 head of brood cows and their calves for five and a half months of summer grazing. The pastures are well watered with several springs that complement a series of stock-water tanks scattered throughout the pastures. The adjacent USFS and Bull Creek, a perennial willowlined stream that traverses the Ranch, attract abundant herds of elk in the fall and winter. The historic 2,100± square-foot cabin was completely refurbished by a local architect and builder to fit the historical appeal of the area.