Premiere Milk River Habitat with 686 + acres and over 5 miles of river frontage for sale. Formed over 10 years ago, Milk River Hunting Preserve LLC, has developed this land into a first class Montana Whitetail bow hunting and farming preserve. It is situated in the famed Golden Deer Triangle of Glasgow, Nashua, and Fort Peck, Montana. Food plots and barely crops are planted on the slough land and millet on the fallow fields while never harvesting the crops. Winter feed is put out in the form of giant hay bales near bedding areas along with mineral blocks. The irrigated land feeding from the Milk River bring Whitetail from all over the area. There are over 50 tree stands and tripods. Pheasants are planted and run wild in the cattails and corn, reproducing young in the spring. The river bottom farm ground includes 160 acres of water rights, 400 acres of dry land farm ground and 139 acres of grass. The tenant farmer leaves enough uncut alfalfa, hay and wheat on the edges for great deer and pheasant’s habitat. Deer swarm to the farm, Big Deer! Main dwelling built in 1971 has 2050 sq. ft. on the main floor. It features 2 bedrooms and 2 baths with electric heat, gas fire place, pot- bellied stove and updated kitchen. It includes 828 of an almost finished basement framed to include 2 bedrooms, a common area and bathroom. A new shed built to protect the riding mower, an ATV, as well as 2 Double Bull ground blinds. A new roof was replaced a few years ago and new siding was replaced 7 years ago. A secondary dwelling is 572 sq. ft. built in 1940. 4 grain bins, and large six dog capacity dog kennel and runs are on the property. Pheasant pens for newly purchased pheasants to get used to wild habitat are situated near the back of a field. Personal property, furnishings, riding mower, hunting equipment and miscellaneous items are not included, but can be negotiated. This is a turn-key operation. Contact Chris Helland at Helland Agency Inc. at 406-228-2114. Priced at $990,000.
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