** SOLD ** The Broken O Ranch, one of the Rocky Mountain West’s most grand and significant ranches, encompassing almost 124,000 acres of deeded and leased land is located 45 miles west of Great Falls, Montana and east of the stunning Rocky Mountain Front. Over 20 miles of the beautiful Sun River flow through the heart of the Ranch, offering prime irrigation benefits as well as amazing recreational assets. Under the vision of William E. and Desiree B. Moore, founders of the Kelly-Moore Paint Company, twenty years were spent assembling this massive land holding. Spread across Lewis & Clark, Cascade and Teton Counties, the Ranch was carefully shaped and improved by the Moores to create this productive enterprise. This expansive cattle and farming operation is well positioned to capitalize on the growing global demand for beef and grains. The Broken O Ranch currently carries 3,500 mother cows plus 800 replacement heifers and 175 range bulls. The Ranch contains the largest block of irrigated land in Montana – 13,000 acres – historically producing about 25,000 tons of alfalfa hay and 700,000 bushels of small grain crops annually. Besides the tremendous agricultural production, the Broken O Ranch offers outstanding recreational amenities. The Sun River corridor provides exceptional brown and rainbow trout fishing, antelope, whitetail and mule deer hunting, as well as extensive upland game bird and waterfowl populations. “The Broken O Ranch is one of the Rocky Mountain West’s most significant holdings to come on the Western real estate market in decades. The scale, commodity production, recreational amenities and overall diversity make it one of the most unique offerings we have ever represented,” according to Managing Broker Mike Swan of Bates Sanders Swan Land Company in Bozeman, Montana. The Broken O Ranch is being offered turn-key including all livestock, hay and grain inventories at the time of sale, plus machinery and equipment.
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Lewis And Clark County