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Montana Ranches For Sale

Mason & Morse Ranch Company specializes in farms, land and Montana ranches for sale.  Backed by years of experience, our ranch brokers bring a thorough understanding of the unique requirements for buying or selling luxury ranches in Montana, working cattle ranches, farmland and recreational hunting  and fishing properties. With our proven track record, you can trust our team to take care of your every need buying or selling.

Finding Montana ranches for sale is an intricate process.  There is much to take into consideration, the value of a property can not be determined by price alone. Before our clients make any purchasing decisions we insist they develop a deep understanding of the land, the surrounding area, operations and historical ranch management that could influence buying a ranch.  At Mason & Morse Ranch Company, our services, experience and network are unmatched by other brokerage companies and our strategy is designed to cater to every client need. 
At Mason & Morse Ranch Company, our experts continually develop and maintain a network of marketing associations, helping property owners get the attention they need. Unsurpassed knowledge and professionalism, we offer a creative approach to marketing your property using digital media, social networks, print and most importantly our personal relationships in the industry. We live it to know it and recognize each property and land owner brings with it unique characteristics and attributes that we understand are important to its value.

If you're looking for ranches for sale in Montana or you are ready to sell your Montana ranch, you can expect nothing less than the best service from experienced professionals. Give us a call today to learn more. "We live it to know it."

Quick Facts About Montana Farms Ranches and Land

  • Montana has nearly 170,000 miles of river. Along these winding waters 388 miles are designated as wild and scenic covering about 1% of Montana's river distance
  • Many professional and recreational anglers consider Montana to be one of the best places to fly fish in the United States, rivaled only by Alaska
  • Montana's 58.0 million acres of land in farms and ranches ranks 2nd in the nation behind Texas.  Approximately 66% of the total land areas are dedicated to farmland or agriculture and livestock.
  • Cattle and calves are the make up the majority of agricultural commodities in Montana followed by wheat and hay
    Roughly 34% of the land in Montana is public land comprised of National parks, forests and BLM lands, balanced by 64 percent in owned privately and 2 percent urban towns and cities

About Montana Farm Ranch Land Geography

Montana is mostly known for it’s Big Sky country, large ranches for recreation and cattle ranches and agricultural farms for production. The Continental Divide splits the majority of the state into the eastern and western regions. In western Montana, as compared with the eastern plains area, winters tend to be milder while summers are cooler. The abundance of natural resources creates an extremely fertile environment for Montana’s largest industry agriculture. Montana has around 28,000 farms and ranches covering more than 60 million acres of the state’s 94 million total acres. Most of Montana is covered by mountain ranges in the Northern Rocky Mountains.  Between mountain ranges are the lush river valleys offering scenic gold medal fly fishing waters, rivers and streams. The Big Hole Valley, Bitterroot Valley, Gallatin Valley, Flathead Valley, and Paradise Valley offer rich agricultural farm and ranch land investment opportunities. Many of the well known rivers in Montana flowing through scenic public lands and real estate stewarded by land owners of farms and ranches are the Beaverhead River, Big Hole River, Big Horn River, Big Muddy Creek, Bitterroot River, Blackfoot River, Clark Fork, Clarks Fork, Flathead River, Gallatin River, Jefferson River, Judith River, Kootenai River, Little Missouri River, Madison River, Marias River, Milk River, Missouri River, Musselshell River, O'Fallon Creek, Poplar River, Powder River, Red Rock River, Rosebud Creek, South Fork Flathead River, Sun River, Teton River, Tongue River and Yellowstone River.

Update: Ranch Land Market Report 2024