CHOUTEAU COUNTY DRYLAND WHEAT FARM - $4,750,000 - SOLD
This offering is located in Chouteau County, just thirty miles from historic Fort Benton, Montana in North Central Montana. Known as the ‘Birthplace of Montana,’ the fort is the oldest continuously occupied settlement in the state. Its location on the upper Missouri River helped the fort become an important economic center and helped fuel the development of the American West between 1860 and 1890.
This offering is comprised of 3,036.00 +/- deeded acres, across 14 tax parcels. There are 2,807.70 +/- tillable acres, per the Chouteau County Farm Service Agency. Elevation of the property runs from approximately 3,140 feet to 3,225 feet and annual rainfall for this area averages 14-15 inches per year, per the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Soils on the property are primarily made up of Scobey-Kevin clay loams with 0% to 4% slopes throughout. There are no irrigation water rights located on the property or included in the sale.
This farm asset currently has a long-term tenant in place and is being sold subject to a cash rent lease. The historical farm operation has consisted of dryland wheat using a summer fallow rotation, meaning a crop is grown every other year on these acres. There is an on-site grain store complex with two Quonsets that are used for equipment storage.
The property offers panoramic views of the surrounding area and wildlife abounds on the property, including deer, occasional elk, and multiple species of game birds.
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For more information and to request the full information package, please contact Adam C Woiblet: 509-520-6117 or email@example.com