640 acres of grazing land in Wibaux County, Montana, only seven miles northwest of Wibaux, Montana. This is an excellent section full of wooded draws and filled with undeveloped springs. There is one developed spring with a ten-foot water tank. This property shows good stewardship and has not been overgrazed. There are four wire fences with a combination of wood & steel posts. The county road runs the full length of the west side and electricity is within a mile of the property.
ACREAGE AND DESCRIPTION
640 +/- acres of grazing land in Wibaux County, Montana, seven miles northwest of Wibaux, Montana. This is an excellent section full of rolling hills, wooded draws and filled with undeveloped springs.
Hall Section is currently used for registered cow/calf pairs, usually around May after branding, until the end of September, and occasionally until winter.
WILDLIFE AND RECREATION
The area has abundant mule deer, pheasants, prairie chickens, and antelope.
Wibaux was named after a French Huguenot, Pierre Wibaux. Wibaux became one of the largest cattlemen in the state. He made a fortune in the winter of 1890 by buying the cattle that stockmen were forced to sell at bargain prices. Wibaux's own cattle were wiped out in the winter of 1886-1887, however, he received more financial backing from French investors and rebuilt his herd to 75,000 head. Teddy Roosevelt was among his friends in this era. The future President of the Untied States was a badlands rancher at this time. Theodore Roosevelt National Park and the town of Medora, North Dakota, is just 30 miles from Wibaux, stand today as reminders of the roles these gentlemen played in history. You will find Wibaux to be a friendly, western town with a colorful history and a charming commercial historic district. The 2012 population census for Wibaux is approximately 616, Wibaux county 1,017, elevation 2,644 feet. Average annual precipitation 14.2 inches.
TAXES: $320.50 (2012)