Vast, fertile grass covers the open prairie sprawling limitless and then converging with the towering Rocky Mountain Front. Like a scene in one of Charlie Russell’s paintings, the hardy grazing ground provides a robust platform for an impressive western cattle operation and a fantasy land of brilliant wildflowers, placid reservoirs, alpine creeks, rolling prairie, and unique mountain formations. The sun peers up over the horizon from the east and to the west are noted limestone landforms including the Sawtooth Mountain and the Sun River Canyon. The Rocky Mountain Cash Cow ranch consists of 5,653.15 acres spanning over the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and the prolific prairie. The state leases 69 acres, and 233 acres are leased through the BLM. The property borders several sections of State and BLM land that allow for additional acreage for adventuring and recreating or hunting on. The property has 1,141.63 acres enrolled in CRP that supply an additional income of $49,065.42. The ranch is located southwest of Choteau and approximately 17 miles northwest of Augusta, MT. A well-maintained public airstrip is situated on the northeast side of Choteau. Furthermore, the property is just over an hour from the nearest international airport in Great Falls, MT that offers direct flights all over the US. Access to this area is unrestricted and convenient from potentially anywhere! The property has the basic infrastructure for a fully functional and successful ranch operation including perimeter fencing and cross-fencing, gates and cattle guards. The area can sustain or summer grazes upwards of 400+/- cow/calf pairs. Watch the calves gain weight daily as they are enriched with the incomparable nutrient-dense native grasses that flourish along the lush riparian zones of North Central Montana. The acreage is a mixture of benches and slopes all with sweeping views of the Rocky Mountain Front looming in the distance with its breathtaking formations and diverse ecosystems. Hunting and fishing in the area are a few added benefits as a result of the ideal habitats. The tradition of ranching runs thick in Montana. This area displays diversity in land formations and lies in a historical portion of Montana. The massive dinosaurs once roamed these same lands; The impressive peaks of the front have imprinted memories of visitors. The customary cowboy can still ride off into the sunset after a day of roundin’ up cattle. This featured ranch continues to illustrate a remarkable state of open range as a result of the current owner’s outstanding stewardship of the Montana prairie.