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Montana’s Wilderness Areas

Oct 16, 2017 Ranch Articles
Montana's Wilderness Areas

There are 16 federal wilderness areas in Montana. These unspoiled places are part of what make Montana special. They exist because people had the courage to fight for their protection. The following Montana Wilderness Areas are ranked by size from largest to smallest. Bob Marshall Wilderness Location: West of Great Falls Size: 1,063,503 acres Description:

Investing In Montana Ranch Land

Sep 13, 2017 Ranch Articles
Investing In Montana Ranch Land

Interest in Montana ranch land as an investment has has been strong over the last several years. Throughout Montana, but particularly in Southwest Montana we have seen increased demand for ranches as a safe investment. Making the decision to pursue investing in ranch land can be incredibly rewarding(both personally and financially) but there are a

Montana Water Rights

Sep 13, 2017 Ranch Articles
Montana Water Rights

Each individual state governs their own water resources, and water laws vary from state to state. Before buying property in Montana it is important to understand Montana Water Rights. All water in Montana is owned by the State. A Montana Water Right allows you to legally use water in a prescribed manner, but not to

Montana Blue Ribbon Trout Rivers

Sep 10, 2017 Ranch Articles, Real Estate
Montana Blue Ribbon Trout Rivers

Several rivers in Montana have the distinction of being considered the best of the best; designated “blue ribbon” status. A Blue Ribbon fishery is a designation made in the United States to identify recreational fisheries of extremely high quality. Official Blue Ribbon status is generally based on criteria which addresse water quality and quantity, water

Three Forks Ranches For Sale

Nov 04, 2016 Ranch Articles
Three Forks Ranches For Sale

The city of Three Forks is named so because it is located where the Jefferson, Madison, and Gallatin Rivers converge to form the Missouri River — the longest single river in North America. Based on price-per-acre value, Montana is currently one of the five least expensive states for buying rural land. View our Montana Ranch

Montana Horse Property For Sale

Nov 04, 2016 Ranch Articles
Montana Horse Property For Sale

Montana is an ideal location for raising horses with numerous properties for sale that allow you to keep your horses. Based on price-per-acre value, Montana is currently one of the five least expensive states for buying rural land. View our Montana Ranch Real Estate Market Report for the current market analysis and trends. Contact our

Ennis Ranches For Sale

Nov 04, 2016 Ranch Articles
Ennis Ranches For Sale

Ennis Ranches For Sale are noted for their proximity to the Madison River as it descends from West Yellowstone. Based on price-per-acre value, Montana is currently one of the five least expensive states for buying rural land. View our Montana Ranch Real Estate Market Report for the current market analysis and trends. Ennis, Montana is

Big Sky Ranches For Sale

Nov 04, 2016 Ranch Articles
Big Sky Ranches For Sale

Big Sky Ranches For Sale offer access to the Big Sky Resort area, as well as Yellowstone National Park. Based on price-per-acre value, Montana is currently one of the five least expensive states for buying rural land. View our Montana Ranch Real Estate Market Report for the current market analysis and trends. Big Sky, Montana

Property With No Conservation Easements For Sale

Nov 04, 2016 Ranch Articles
Property With No Conservation Easements For Sale

Property with No Conservation Easements For Sale in Montana are sought after because they still retain full rights, and the owner can still take advantage of the Tax Benefits of creating a Conservation Easement in the future. Read our article on Conservation Easements to learn more about this topic. Read our Montana Ranch Real Estate

Property With Conservation Easements For Sale

Nov 04, 2016 Ranch Articles
Property With Conservation Easements For Sale

Property with Conservation Easements For Sale in Montana are sought after because it can frequently be purchase for a lower price than a property that still retains full rights. Many types of private land use, such as farming, ranching and timber harvesting, can continue under the terms of a conservation easement, and owners can continue

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