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ABOUT RAHN SILVER SAGE RANCH

Rolling fertile crop and pasture grounds are surrounded by mountainous views at this idyllic grain farm with over 1,404 deeded acres. Excellent land stewardship over generations has produced a sustainable Ag operation as well as a nice population of upland birds. Approx. 1,100 acres of cropland and 300 of pasture. Dryland wheat/fallow rotation, with the ability to grow pulse crops such as chickpeas, and lentils too for enhanced profits. Watch deer and antelope roam through the fields, and storms float across the expansive sky in this picturesque setting. The rural Three Forks location maintains the small town country lifestyle, yet is an easy drive to Bozeman or Helena.

Rahn Silver Sage Ranch is being sold as a single entity, but includes four separate legal parcels of 80, 202, 489 and 636 acres, all in Ag zoning within Jefferson County. It’s location allows for a wide range of Ag operations with multiple associated homes along with 1 non-farm residence per parcel.

  • Deeded acreage 1,404+/- contains 4 legal parcels of 80,202, 489 and 636 acres, all in Ag zoning in Jefferson County
  • Zoning allows for a wide range of Ag operations and multiple associated homes and 1 non-farm residence per parcel
  • Power and county roads to the property
  • Agriculture lease in place for additional income
  • Rolling fertile crop ground surrounded by mountainous views
  • Excellent land stewardship over generations has produced a sustainable agriculture operation
  • Outstanding deer, antelope, and upland bird hunting
  • Commercial air service is 30 minutes away at the Bozeman/Yellowstone International Airport

The rural Three Forks location maintains the small town country lifestyle, yet is an easy drive to Bozeman or Helena. Commercial air service is 45 minutes away at the Bozeman/Yellowstone International Airport.

Three Forks, with a population of about 2,000± offers small town hospitality and a friendly nature that can be hard to find these days. Three Forks is home of the renovated Sacajawea Inn and its wonderful restaurants, the Iron Horse Cafe & Pie Shop, the Wheat Montana Bakery and the Three Forks Saddlery. The town also has a local grocery store, gas stations and most general supplies one would need on a daily basis.

Three Forks got its name from the Lewis and Clark expedition as it traveled up the Missouri River to find three rivers coming together to form the headwaters of the Missouri River. They named these rivers after the political leaders of the time. President Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of State James Madison and Treasury Secretary Albert Gallatin. The headwaters is located about four miles from the present day town of Three Forks, Montana.

Rahn Silver Sage Ranch is just west of Bozeman, Montana, cited as the fastest growing micropolitan statistical area in the U.S. for the last three years. The city, once considered a cow town, is home to the state’s largest university, Montana State, and numerous upscale restaurants, hotels and shopping experiences. Big Sky Resort, Moonlight Basin and the Yellowstone Club, along with their ski runs and golf courses, are less than 90 minutes from the ranch.

Rahn Silver Sage Ranch contains four legal parcels of 80, 202, 489 and 636 acres, all in agriculture zoning in Jefferson County which allows for a wide range of agriculture operations and multiple associated homes along and 1 non-farm residence per parcel. Power and county roads to the property. Agriculture lease in place for additional income.

Watch deer and antelope roam through the fields, and storms float across the expansive sky in this picturesque setting.  Excellent land stewardship over generations has produced a sustainable agriculture operation as well as a nice population of upland birds.

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