Despite the challenges many are facing across the state, families, ranchers, neighbors and individuals continue to band together to enjoy each other’s company and the way of life. Hard times may fall on many this year, but the Montana rancher is built for times like these.
Needless to say, Montana ranch properties continue to be in high demand. Earlier this month, ranch appraiser Andy Rahn from Montana Land Source shared his annual 2020 Montana Land Market Values & Statistics with the Montana Farm & Ranch Brokers Association.
Billings, Montana is the state’s largest city and provides all of the conveniences of a thriving metropolitan area—everything from fine and local restaurants and shops to box stores and national retailers to car dealerships and heavy equipment dealers.
Montana is like one long main street. But sometimes Montanans don’t want to be the topic of the week at the local coffee shop. At Western Ranch Brokers, we specialize in off-market transactions for those who would rather not publicize the sale of their property.
Soar through the intricately detailed 1976+/- deeded acres of the Heart K Land and Cattle Co. With 5+ miles of the famed Yellowstone River, sweeping views, a world class equine event center and luxury improvements, this offering is a true Montana legacy.
SOLD-Horsethief Basin is a working cattle ranch and boasts 7,000± contiguous acres of grasslands and timberlands, capable of supporting 500 cow-calf pairs, with an ideal location in Lewistown, Montana.
Water rights in Montana are considered by many to be a landowner’s most valuable asset. A water right is a piece of real property, registered with the state of Montana and the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation. An old saying in Montana is that “whiskey is for drinking, water is for fighting.” Usable water rights […]
Flanked by jagged mountain peaks flush with snow, the Bitterroot Valley in western Montana is home to one of fly fishing’s most anticipated events. It is not a festival or a film tour and it doesn’t have a defined start or finish, but for Montana anglers the skwala stonefly hatch on the Bitterroot River is affirmation that winter is in the rearview.
SPRINGTIME IN MONTANA | CALVING SEASON You can tell it’s calving season in Montana by the ever-present horses standing saddled, 24 hours a day, outside of barns across the state. There’s no better vantage than sitting six feet above the ground for spotting a cow going into labor in the calving pen. Bill Boyce, a […]