SCHRAUDNER RANCH | Revised Listing

SCHRAUDNER RANCH | Revised Listing

Productive Crop and Native Grass Land
Lavina, Montana | Golden Valley County
 
  • $1,995,000
  • Approximately 2,423± Deeded Acres
  • Excellent Cropland
 
 
 
Schraudner Ranch is ideally set up to live, work and raise a family.  This 2,423± acres offers 1,013± acres of dry cropland and 1,132± acres of native rangelands that vary from flat to rolling and steeper terrain in the coulees yielding good big-game hunting.  The remaining acreage includes approximately 276 acres of wild hay ground.  The Ranch contains strong native grasses, good cover and consistent water throughout.  There are two large drainages that cross the Ranch.  These are generally steep to rolling terrain and include a variety of trees and brush cover.  The dry croplands have been utilized to produce a variety of crops including hay and grain.  There are two wells with numerous tanks and pipelines creating easy access to water for the cattle.  Seldom did the Schraudner family need to buy additional hay.  Elevations on this parcel vary from 3,700 to 3,900 feet above sea level.  The well-blocked Schraudner Ranch, which runs about 100 mother cows plus replacement heifers and bulls, checks all the boxes with nice scenery, good grass, plentiful water and big-game hunting only 45 minutes to Billings.