Friday, May 9, 2008
Wednesday, May 7, 2008
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Friday, May 2, 2008
The Historic Riverwood Ranch Fly Fishing Park
Asking Price: $2,850,000
Lot/Acreage: 11+/- acres
Address: 75 Josie's Lane, 11 acres Riverfront
State, Zip: MT, 59718
The Riverwood Ranch Fly Fishing Park. 11+/- acres of a historic family ranch with 1/8 mile of W Gallatin River frontage. Park-like Meadows, woods, and spring fed creek loaded with trout. A sanctuary of flora and fauna.
New, creek-side architecturally designed home incorporated into a historic family log cabin. Designed to bring the elements of the environment in and to showcase artwork. 300 SF fully contained guest log cabin.
Can be sold with adjoining 12+/- acres + cottage #141694. Contact Leah firstname.lastname@example.org
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Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Maintain productivity on pastureland without high cost
Monday, April 28, 2008
2559+/- acres, Black Butte Ranch
Address: 2559 acres +/- , Black Butte Road
State, Zip: MT, 59457
2559+/- acres on the South Fork of Bear Creek, just NE of Lewiston, MT. Private setting at the base of majestic Black Butte, a unique geogical formation that can be seen for miles around from the surrounding prairies. Fertile, Judith Mountain foothill pastures offer abundant forage for a variety of wildlife. Trophy elk have been taken on the property, as well as, Pronhorn, deer and upland birds. Multiple fresh water reservoirs.
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Friday, April 25, 2008
Thursday, April 24, 2008
In Montana, a common Spring pasture management practice is Controlled Burning. A land owner uses fire to burn off the old crop residue or dormant grasses to allow for the new growth to green up sooner. It helps to promote better livestock grazing, manages hazardous dry fuels & weeds and provides a cleaner, green appearance to properties.
Recently, I got a "Safe Burning Award" from the County when we unintentionally started an old shed on fire during a controlled burn. I have earned local fame and have heard many "If it Makes You Feel Any Better...." stories from neighbors. These include: burning off car tires in town, a flaming haystack that started after a winter of smoldering unseen, burning grass one day and a building going up in flames 2 days later after it snowed... and the best, was the local County Sheriff who blew up his propane tank burner out in the field while burning his pasture.
Each Montana County requires that the land owner purchase an Open Burn Permit. You can purchase your permit at any local fire district station. Learn before you burn and avoid unintentional fires and permit violation fines. There are few of the steps to follow in a controlled burn. Common sense is the rule.
- Must have current Burn Permit
- Call the local Fire Department to tell them you are burning. (any open burning requires a phone call)
- Have proper safety and fire suppression equipment on hand
- Man the fire at all times
- No burning of hazardous materials
- No burning after dark
Follow the rules, be safe, then burn, baby, burn.
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Wednesday, April 23, 2008
Recently, our Prudential Montana Ranch and Recreational Group was given the opportunity to sponsor the MSU Spring Rodeo. The MSU Rodeo Team is a self supporting organization that raises its own funds through community support. Our sponsorship funds helped to put on and promote the 4 day intercollegiate regional rodeo event. The event was highly successful with a sold out arena and a record number of attendants for an MSU rodeo event. The awesome turn out will help to promote enthusiasm for the university athletic and scholarship programs. Sponsorship funds go a long way:
- Financial Support for Athlete's expenses
- Athletic Scholarship Funds for Tuition
- Financial Support to put on and promote local Events
- Local Economy boosted by attending Sports Fans
- Good turn out brings future events to our Community
It felt great to be a part of the promotion. We look forward to many more great events. Check out Montana Real Estate at http://www.leaholson.com/