THE FRYE PLACE
Lavina, Montana | Golden Valley & Yellowstone Counties
- Approximately 2,717± Deeded Acres
- Can Be Purchased in Conjuction with Schraudner Ranch
The Frye Place, which contains 2,717± deeded acres, may be the most scenic and versatile parcel of the Schraudner Ranch. Sitting at the base of the Bull Mountains, the Frye Place has Painted Robe Creek running through it, which is a solid year-round creek offering abundant water for livestock and wildlife. There is also an artesian well and a solar well servicing two large stock tanks on the property. There are no improvements on this property other than perimeter and cross fencing and a water system. Generally, about 160 pairs are turned out for the season on the healthy and plentiful native grasses. It is an easy eight-mile trail to herd cattle between the Schraudner Home Ranch and the Frye Place. The Frye Place has good big-game hunting as it sits in the Bull Mountains which provide good wildlife habitat and excellent feed and water sources. It is currently in the Block Management program with the Fish Wildlife and Parks, and has one year on the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) contract remaining on part of the property. There are several excellent home sites providing privacy and views. Located only 45 minutes to Billings, the Frye Place is available for purchase as a separate unit and is competitively priced at $825 per acre, or it can be purchased in conjunction with Schraudner Ranch.