The Larb Hills, located at the southern edge of Phillips County, is well known for it's hunting potential, where elk herds are common year-around, and the rough terrain provides cover for a variety of wildlife. If you've hunted in Northeastern Montana you are no doubt familiar with the Larb Hills. This property is divided into 3 parcels, all of which must be sold simultaneously. Each parcel is located no more than 8 miles from the UL Bend National Wildlife Refuge, also known as the Missouri River Breaks, and some as close as 4 miles. BLM acres connect the larger part of the Wes Koss Ranch directly to the UL Bend Refuge. The ranch is made up of 8,000+/- acres of BLM lease in the Statton Coulee Grazing Allotment, and 5,495+/- deeded aces, divided between 3,889+/- acres at the Home Place, 573+/- Deeded Acres in the Windmill Pasture and 1,033+/- Deeded Acres in the Larb Hills. The family home is a 3,696+/- modular home with full basement, finished in 2016, and provides 5 bedrooms and 2 baths. Other improvements on the property include a Quonset, shop, corrals, 3 wells and fencing for cattle rotation. Approximately 2200+/- of the deeded acres are under Conservation Easement.