2,425 Acre Working Crop & Dairy Farm with Mountain Views

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2425

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17405000

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The price of $17,405,000 include all Real Property plus the Personal Property at Market Value. This would include, but not limited to Cattle, Equipment, Milk Base and Quota; in addition current Stored Feed and Supplies.

We are grateful to work with Broker Owner David Price of the Keystone Realty Group on the marketing of this property.

For questions or to purchase this incredible property, please Call or Text David directly at: 208-431-1116

David's email address is:  dpkeystone@gmail.com

Please reference the LANDIO Property ID: MT_Lake_00001

To speak with LANDIO, please Call or Text us anytime at 866-8-LANDiO (866-852-6346)

Do You Have Property to SELL? If So, Please fill out the simple form at: SELLwithLANDIO.com

Property Details

LANDiO Property ID
MT_Lake_00001
Price
$
17405000
Parcel Size
2425
Acre +/-
Acres +/-
Address
51989 Dairy Lane, Charlo, MT 59824
Zip
59824
Parcel Number
Current Zoning
Rural
General Elevation
2,920 - 3,940 feet
Taxes
Conveyance
Sewer
State
Montana
County
Lake
City
Charlo
GPS
47.462719, -114.246275
Title
Access
Dellwo Road
Terrain
Varied
HOA Fees
None
Water
Phone
Power

Property Description

You have the freedom to dream big in Mission Valley. Beef production, dairy operation, crop farming, or family ranch—the sky’s the limit at Moiese Valley Ranch. Lake County, Montana offers some of the best agricultural opportunities in the state as well as the best scenery. True, to its name, the Moiese Valley Ranch stretches across the fertile valley below the Mission Mountain Range that towers in the distance.

This pristine 2,425 Acre ranch in Charlo, Montana features a perfect balance of farmland, dairy facilities, native range land, and homestead acreage. The strategic layout maximizes each section to the fullest.

Dairy Overview

This 10 Acre dairy farm is equipped with state-of-the-art dairy facilities that can support up to a thousand head milking capacity. The immaculate double-15 parallel milking parlor is fitted with no-slip platforms, automatic sprayers and drains, rapid-exit stalls, and 72,000 pound storage tank.

A happy cow’s dream, the dairy includes free-stall barns for 750 cows, 850 covered sheds for young stock, a loafing shed for 100+ cows, and a maternity pen.

The current dairy farm breeds Holsteins for their unparalleled milk production. The facilities enable year-round breeding for continual milking, even in the winter months.

This turnkey dairy farm is well fitted for immediate operation, and it has a great foundation for dairy expansion, organic milk production, or beef cattle. Depending on diet, the large farm makes it possible to grow hay, corn, triticale, wheat, sorghum, barley and other crops for silage—enough feed for an all-in-one operation! Impressively, this dairy can provide enough milk for about 35,000 people per day!

Farm & Cropland Overview

In addition to the dairy farm, this versatile ranch boasts around 1,300 Acres of irrigated crop fields. A variety of crops flourish in the Big Sky State, including wheat, hay, alfalfa, lentils, potatoes, peas, beans, and many more. The mild climate and abundant natural resources make agriculture—primarily cattle and wheat—the largest industry in the state. This area is also known for its bountiful apple and cherry orchards, and there’s plenty of space for that, too.

Because of the lower elevation, Mission Valley has one of the most favorable farming climates in the state, making it possible to grow crops like corn that need warmer, milder temperatures.

Not to be outdone by the dairy, the well-equipped farm includes two 30,000-bushel grain storage bins, two silage pits, a commodity shed, a 20,000 gallons of fuel storage, along with all of the heavy machinery needed for planting and harvesting.

Accessible from the road, 6 center pivots and 10 wheel lines make irrigation and maintenance easy during the hot dry season, typically June-August. Water is abundant thanks to the yearly snow melt that flows down from the Mission range and into the Ninepipe Reservoir.

Native Range Land

Finally, there are nearly 1,100 Acres of breathtaking native range land. Pheasants, white-tail deer, elk, and pronghorn antelope, and even the occasional grizzly bear call Lake County home, and you’ll regularly spot them grazing among the golden fields. This acreage works well for pastureland for cattle, too.

Perfectly situated between the Flathead River and Ninepipe Reservoir & Nature Preserve waterfowl like ducks, geese, and herons soar overhead. Eagles and hawks search the fields for prey. There’s no shortage of wildlife on the range!

A Place to Call Home

You don’t have to be jealous of the cow’s spectacular views. Four shaded homesteads located throughout the ranch offer a place to rest and enjoy the fruits of your labor. These homes are perfect for ranch employees, visitors, and families.

Road Access & Electricity

Each section of the ranch is easily accessible by maintained gravel roads. The dairy, farms, and homes are powered by electricity that runs along Gallagher Road and Dellwo Road. Morris Road runs in between sections of farmland, and you can follow that into the town of Charlo just to the east.

Montana Adventures & Attractions

A few miles from the farm, Ninepipe National Wildlife Refuge is an interesting wetland complex composed of over 800 glacial potholes that form a 1,770 Acre reservoir. Now, this fascinating moraine provides refuge for over 200 species of birds. Deer and grizzlies love the quiet meadows. Observe the wildlife, hike, bike, fish, and even cross-country ski your way through this beautiful wildlife area.

Flathead Lake, the largest freshwater lake (by surface area) west of the Mississippi, is less than 30 minutes away and offers opportunities for fishing, watersports, or driving the wooded shorelines. Drop a line for native bull trout, cutthroat trout, trophy-size late trout, yellow perch, and whitefish. Or, grab a paddle board and marvel at the 20+ feet of visibility in these cool pristine waters.

The farm is located less than one hour from the city of Missoula, Montana, known for its blue-ribbon trout fishing and spectacular natural beauty. Whether you enjoy arts and entertainment or rivers and trails, Missoula has it all.

Winter sports are also popular here in the mountains. Montana Snowbowl, Whitefish Mountain, and Blacktail Mountain ski areas are all located less than two hours from the property. Enjoy the mountains on skis, or explore the valleys below by snowmobile. Regardless of the season, the diverse landscapes of western Montana are sure to inspire the explorer within you.

A day on the farm is worth a thousand in the city. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to own an income-producing dairy farm with open range mountain views.

Property Specifications

Parcel Size: 2,425 Acres +/-

LANDIO Property ID: MT_Lake_00001

Property Address: 51989 Dairy Lane, Charlo, MT 59824

Approximate Distance to Nearby Points of Interest

7.8 miles to Charlo, MT : Population 385 (more info)

7.8 miles to Ninepipe National Wildlife Refuge (more info)

11.6 miles to Ronan, MT : Population 2,000 (more info)

19 miles to Pablo National Wildlife Refuge (more info)

20.1 miles to Polson, MT : Population 5,150 (more info)

20.5 miles to Flathead Lake (more info)

58.1 miles to Missoula, MT : Population 73,500 (more info)

71.4 miles to Kalispell, MT : Population 24,500 (more info)

74.3 miles to Lolo National Forest (more info)

93.2 miles to Glacier National Park (more info)

187 miles to Spokane, WA : Population 230,000 (more info)

132 miles to Flathead National Forest (more info)

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GPS Coordinates (approximate)

2,070 Acres +/- Portion

Northwest Corner: 47.46818699999999, -114.272368 (Google Map)

Northeast Corner: 47.47900000000001, -114.224163 (Google Map)

Southeast Corner: 47.44643000000001, -114.245599 (Google Map)

Southwest Corner: 47.44644, -114.26697 (Google Map)

Center Point: 47.462719, -114.246275 (Google Map)

120 Acres +/- Portion

Northwest Corner: 47.457266, -114.218821 (Google Map)

Northeast Corner: 47.45724000000001, -114.208153 (Google Map)

Southeast Corner: 47.450002, -114.213506 (Google Map)

Southwest Corner: 47.450007,-114.218846 (Google Map)

Center Point: 47.454072, -114.214294 (Google Map)

235 Acres +/- Portion

Northwest Corner: 47.442799, -114.245601 (Google Map)

Northeast Corner: 47.442751, -114.224207 (Google Map)

Southeast Corner: 47.43552, -114.234925 (Google Map)

Southwest Corner: 47.435526, -114.245629 (Google Map)

Center Point: 47.440231, -114.235106 (Google Map)

Contact Information

We are grateful to work with Broker Owner David Price of the Keystone Realty Group on the marketing of this property.

For questions or to purchase this incredible property, please Call or Text David directly at: 208-431-1116

David's email address is:  dpkeystone@gmail.com

Please reference the LANDIO Property ID: MT_Lake_00001

To speak with LANDIO, please Call or Text us anytime at 866-8-LANDiO (866-852-6346)

Do You Have Property to SELL? If So, Please fill out the simple form at: SELLwithLANDIO.com

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