639 Deeded Acres
30 miles Southeast of Lewistown
In the Little Snowy Mountains
4,000 sq ft Owners Residence
Barns, Shops, & Guest Home
Elk, Deer, Turkey & Pheasant
Area Renown for High Elk Population
RANCH LOCATION & SIZE
The White Pine Ranch is located 33 miles southeast of Lewistown against the Little Snowy Mountains. Access is by highway and county maintained gravel roads. The Department of Revenue indicates 639 deeded acres on this parcel with the following description: Township 14 North, Range 21 East Acres Section 31: ALL 639.000.
This area is known for its high rainfall and its productive agricultural lands. This particular area is in about a 20 inch precipitation zone. Consequently, the pastures in this area are very productive and have species such as mountain brome, green needle, needle and thread, timothy, and western wheat. Common species for hay production for area ranchers are alfalfa, sainfoin, orchard grass, smooth brome grass, pubescent wheatgrass, and intermediate wheat grass. Tonnage per acre varies but averages are around two ton and above.
Resting on a high point in a pine clearing with vast views of the surrounding mountain range is the main residence. The owner’s home is a great addition to the ranch. Surrounding the home is numerous out buildings. Included are two heated shops with overhead doors. A guest house with two bedrooms one bath. A heated office / bunk house. Two insulated, watered and heated barns for calving and other livestock.
Sources of water on the parcels include 15 plus wells with waterlines and tanks, reservoirs, and natural springs. The ranch has an abundance of available water for stock use in the pastures, in the corrals, and in and around the buildings via waterlines and tanks. Rare is it that you see such water development on a ranch. The ranch is in an incomparable maintained condition. Please download the White Pine Ranch Brochure for full list of water and improvement information.
The Ranch is in the midst of some of the finest elk and deer hunting in the Central Montana area. The current elk numbers in the Little Snowy Mountains are extraordinarily high and the deer numbers for both Mule Deer and Whitetail well maintained. The McDonald Creek Ranch has Elk, Pheasant, Sharptail Grouse, Hungarian Partridge, Turkey, Mule Deer, and Whitetail Deer.