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Irrigated farm on Yellowstone River, Prairie County, Montana

Description

Productive irrigated land located in Prairie County, Montana with direct access to the Yellowstone River.

Total acres :  219+/- 

     Includes approximately 194 acres of land currently under Buffalo Rapids Irrigation.

All irrigation equipment included.  This property is irrigated using pivots and gated pipe

Partially fenced.

Wildlife: Mule deer, Whitetail deer, Turkeys, Doves, Pheasant, Geese.

Asking Price:  SOLD

Call TRACEY for more information at (406) 635-LAND.

AREA:  Prairie County is in the east-central plains of Montana and encompasses approximately 1.1 million acres which covers approximately 1,700 square miles.  Close to 99% of land in Prairie County is used as agricultural land, with 94% of the land operating in farms and ranches.  Some of the county consists of a rugged stretch of badlands, more pronounced here than in any other part of the state.  Badlands are areas with steep slopes, narrow divides and closely spaced gullies.  Prairie County has less than  one person per square mile.  Much of the land is natural grass, sagebrush and rough country.  The towns located in Prairie County include Terry, Fallon and Mildred.

SCHOOLS:  Terry is the county seat of Prairie County and offers a phenomenal school system consisting of Elementary (K-3), Middle (4-8) and High School (9-12) schools. Extra curricular activities include Class C Junior High and High School basketball, volleyball, football and track.  Elementary activities include basketball, baseball, drama.  Seasonal adult classes are also offered such as pottery, woodworking, and quilting.  

CLIMATE:  Prairie County is described as having a Continental climate, with cold winters, warm summers and marked variation in seasonal precipitation.  Prairie County has about 200 days of sunshine per year.  Although annual precipitation varies in eastern Montana, the average annual precipitation in Prairie County ranges from 10 to 14 inches.  Most precipitation falls as rain during the April to September growing season.

WILDLIFE:  Prairie County is in the sagebrush-grassland prairie of the Yellowstone Valley, once considered the greatest hunting area in the west.  The wildlife resources in Prairie County are a major attraction for hunting, fishing and recreation enthusiasts.  Nearly all the lands in the area are considered habitat for wildlife. 

SUMMARY:  Terry is located within a transportation hub including I-94, BNSF railroad, a local airport and the Backcountry Byway (Highway 253).  Terry is a community based town with a thriving business district, rural lifestyle and small town atmosphere.  Prairie County is in the heart of Big Sky country and is a mecca of scenic beauty and tranquility.  Wide-open spaces with abundant wildlife are everywhere.  This was once the “wild west” people traveled far and wide to get to.  

Address

  • City: Terry
  • State/county: Montana, Prairie County
  • Country: United States

Detail

Updated on January 8, 2020 at 5:48 pm

  • Property ID: 4476
  • Property Status: Sold
  • Property Type: Agricultural, Farm Land, Grazing Land, Irrigated Land

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Tracey Dion
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