Billings MLS# 338238
+/- 2,006.56 total acres located approximately 26 miles north of Billings, along MT HWY 3, just minutes north of Broadview, MT. Potential to serve as a supplemental add-on unit to existing operations, or stand alone with a starter operation. Proximity to Broadview could provide Rural Residential opportunity to potential investors/owners.
Rolling sage covered coulees feed the ponds and reservoirs that dot the property. The Butler Ranch has been the go to summer grass source for both of the previous two owners. Historically capacity sits between 90-110 cow calf pairs. The two reservoirs and three tanks fed by well and pipeline. A new solar well was added last year to the westernmost parcel to secure consistent water for livestock. The ranch contains a passthrough over the railroad to allow the rotation of stock throughout the ranch. The bench south of the Big Seep boasts some quality dry hayland recently out of CRP.
“From the moment they said hello to the day of closing on our property, they were highly professional and showed a great skill of knowledge and experience in their field. ”
“We are thrilled to have found the Johnson Brothers to represent us. They earned our trust through honest professional advice, recommendations and support throughout the process. We always felt that they were looking out for our best interest and not just trying to make a sale.”
“We were blown away. So clear, concise, just very pleasant. We just enjoyed showing them our property!”
“They are professional, communicative, efficient and deliver thorough and comprehensive appraisals.”
“They went above and beyond to provide a comprehensive appraisal needed in a short turn time.”
“The Johnson Brothers have brought a fresh energy and enthusiasm to an industry that is very difficult to get started in as young professionals.”
“They embody the western value of doing a great job on time. I love their can do attitude.”
“With a history embedded deep in agriculture, the Johnson Brothers not only know agriculture, they know the market.”