Engwis Ranch is not only a luxury ranch for sale; it is also a productive agricultural ranch for sale. The agricultural productivity of the irrigated acreage is flexible to the owner’s goals and ambitions. Approximately 600 tillable acres are available to irrigation by a variety of systems, including six pivots, wheel-lines, pop-up sprinklers and flooding. Water rights have early priority dates, from the late 1800's and early 1900's and are abundant, including 22.83 shares of Hunters Hot Springs Canal Company (over one-third of the 62.95 total shares) as well as 7.6 shares of Duck Creek water.
Typical crops are grass and alfalfa hay at yields of two to three tons per acre. Grain crops do well if desired; the prior owners raised crops of potatoes.
The use of nitrate fertilizers, which would boost yields, have been limited or excluded as a respectful sacrifice due to the closeness of the Yellowstone River and irrigation run-off.
A complete line up of well maintained (generally newer) equipment is also available (private treaty) with the Montana ranch for sale and would provide for the uninterrupted farming and/or ranching operations.
Finally, a highly qualified ranch manager, familiar with every aspect of the farming/ranching and general property maintenance, has been with the ranch nearly ten years. It would be his desire to stay on with the new owner. This would be very beneficial in maintaining the continuity of the present operations, if so desired. It is our opinion the current manager is a valuable asset to the ranch. His loyalty, honesty as well as his commitment to the property is unquestionable.
Please contact us to learn more about this fantastic opportunity to purchase a truly unique Montana ranch for sale.
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Engwis Ranch is now being represented by:
James Esperti of Fay Ranches
Office: (406) 586-4001
Cell: (406) 581-4795
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