75% tillable acres
For over 40 years, these fertile grounds and soils within these parcels have been managed and cared for by a local farmer. The acreage is made up of 4 noncontiguous parcels, of which the majority is tillable acreage. The parcels are all within a 4-5 mile radius and all are 30-35 minutes from Glendive, the county seat of Dawson County.
There are 3 parcels that are 160 acres each, with the fourth parcel being 472.61 acres. Of the total acreage 75% is classified as tillable acreage, 10% hay ground, and 15% pasture.
The property has been leased for several years to a long standing local farmer. The primary crop has been wheat and average yields for spring wheat are reported at 30-45 bushels/acre.
This area is well known for its upland bird hunting, and the occasional whitetail deer on the larger parcel. A short 30 minute drive to the south will yield the Yellowstone River and all it has to offer with world renown paddlefishing in the spring, and several other game species of fish throughout the summer and fall. For the hiker/biker Makoshika State park, Montana’s largest, is adjacent to Glendive and offers thousands of acres of exploration, trails, camping, and seasonal activities.
Seller will retain any mineral rights owned.
These parcels are a great offering to the area and provide the opportunity for then local farmer to grow or diversification for the investment minded person. With good access and a short drive to Glendive’s local amenities, it is a honor to bring this property to market.
While not contiguous, the parcels are only a few miles apart and access to each is good via a paved highway or gravel county roads.