ABOUT RAZOR CREEK RANCH
Located just 25 miles north of Billings, Razor Creek Ranch spans 5,851+/- total acres of which 3,053+/- acres are deeded joined with 2,480+/- of BLM lease and 318+/- acres of State of Montana lease. Razor Creek Ranch features an efficiently designed well and pipeline water delivery system that supplies reliable water to each pasture. Rated at 125+/- Animal Units, the ranch has dependable perimeter and interior fences, and an operator-friendly road network. Razor Creek Ranch is also home to quality mule deer that live among the scattered healthy Juniper and Cedar trees, as well as expansive Big Sky country views completed by picturesque rock outcroppings and an infamous Rimrock border. Just 25 miles North of Billings, and 25 miles south of Roundup, Razor Creek Ranch offers an ideal location with a 30 minute commute to Montana’s largest city.
- 5,851+/- total acres
- 3,053+/- deeded; 2,480+/- BLM; 318+/- State of MT
- 25 miles north of Billings, MT
- Efficiently designed well and pipeline water delivery system
- Quality Mule deer and picturesque rock outcroppings
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Just 25 miles North of Billings, and 25 miles south of Roundup, Razor Creek Ranch is easily accessible year-round on a operator friendly highway. Billings, Montana’s largest city with a population just over 100,000, is the regional hub for commerce and combines the convenience of urban amenities while still being a stone’s throw away from natural wonders and historical sites. Frequently referred to as the Rimrock city, Billings sits along the infamous Yellowstone River which created the picturesque towering sandstone outcroppings- “Rimrocks”. With a desirable climate, the warmest month of July averages 76°F, while the coldest month of January averages 25° F and averages 14″ of rain, 46″ of snow, and 205 days of sunshine annually. Commercial and private flight services are offered through Billings Logan International Airport which offers convenient flight options available year round and seasonally through multiple hubs.
Fencing: The pasture and perimeter fences are in good condition and are able to support cattle immediately. A set of modest working corrals are located on the North side of the property along with a newly constructed pole barn.
Pipeline and Water System: Through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program offered through the USDA, Razor Creek Ranch has constructed an efficient well and pipeline water delivery system that serves as an extremely dependable livestock water source.
All water and mineral rights owned by the Seller, if any, will convey to Buyer at closing.
A true grass ranch, Razor Creek Ranch can support 125+/-AU with its intricately designed water systems, dependable fences, favorable accessibility, and grassland management strategies. The fence lines are set up for convenient pasture rotation to maximize grass utilization. There is no hay ground on the property, winter feed will need to be purchased.
Razor Creek Ranch sits in hunting district 590, and provides the perfect environment for quality mule deer while outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the year round opportunity to hike through the historical Rimrock sites.