This productive rangeland, located in the rolling hills of northern Phillips County is approximately 18+/- miles north of the rural Hi-Line town of Dodson, Montana. Comprised primarily of native grasslands and improved pasture, this 1200+/- acre contiguous grazing tract is interspersed with wetlands, creating a valuable waterfowl and migratory bird nesting habitat. This property is primely located in a state, regional, and national priority area for the conservation of migratory and upland game birds and their habitats.
A Conservation Easement was placed upon the property in years past, its’ primary purpose to protect, enhance and preserve the integrity of native habitats while enhancing the properties’ traditional agricultural use for livestock grazing. Approximately 200+/- acres of this property have been left without easement, allowing the new owner a location on which to build if a home on the Northern Prairie is desired. A large reservoir on the southern edge of the property creates a picturesque backdrop while providing water for livestock and wildlife making their home in the area.
Whether you are a producer looking to increase your grazing footprint or an investor looking for an income producing investment, this property is one to consider.