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$985,000 1,280 acres
TBD Vimy Ridge Road, Fort Benton, MT 59442 - Chouteau County

Feels Like Gold Farm

Careful attention to conservation and stewardship are the focus of the current landowner’s conscientious farm practices. Small grains including wheat and barley are predominantly grown with yields comparable to the surrounding area’s top crop averages. This property’s pristine soils were placed in the Conservation Reserve Program many years ago and then put back into production in 2014. Exceptional weed control has been a focus which could make this property a potential organic farming operation. Numerous grain elevators are just a short haul away making commodity sales convenient. A flour mill is also in close proximity for milling and specialty crops. The productive soils join desirable grassy river breaks inviting both cattle and abundan
Corder & Associates, LLC, Trampus and Staci Corder Corder & Associates, LLC
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$990,000 1,016.8 acres
HWY 87, Fort Benton, MT 59442 - Chouteau County

Downtown Ranch

This 1,016.8+/- ranch is located just outside of historic Fort Benton, MT. Excellent mix of range and farm land. Approximately 137.58 acres are enrolled in the CRP (Conservation Reserve Program) until September 2017. 382.65 Acres are enrolled in the CREP through 2036. See listing agent for financial information on these programs and for mapping. Gravel pit generates additional income. Right near the Missouri River, recreation awaits! Taxes will change once the County Assessor splits the acreage. Railroad spur no longer in use.
Kevin Wetherell Clearwater Montana Properties, with Sports Afield Trophy Properties
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$275,000 1.04 acres 3200 sqft
2702 Fort Street, Fort Benton, MT 59442 - Chouteau County

1.04 acres Fort Benton, MT

Now is your chance to take advantage of an excellent business opportunity and add to your income in the historic town known as The Birthplace of Montana. This sensational property in Fort Benton boasts fabulous views of the town and has all of the amazing features for a comfortable as well as inexpensive living while growing your income from multiple storage rentals. There are three oversized bays adjoining a bright new studio apartment and office space. The four storage units are currently fully occupied and are bringing in $2,100 income annually. In addition to all of these fantastic features, added income sources include the main complex, which was recently rented out for $30,000/year. If you wish to rent the wonderful studio apartment/o
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$255,000 110 acres
Carter Ferry Road, Fort Benton, MT 59442 - Chouteau County

110 acres Fort Benton, MT

Unbelievable opportunity to own 110 acres of unspoiled Montana land with over 1500 feet of Missouri River shoreline, Beautiful property, great fishing, kayaking, birding or just relaxing, horses welcome. SID/RID: Unknown Service Level: Full Service
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$990,000 1,016.8 acres
Nhn Hwy 87, Fort Benton, Fort Benton, MT 59442 - Chouteau County

1,016.8 acres Fort Benton, MT

This 1,016.8 /- ranch is located just outside of historic Fort Benton, MT. Excellent mix of range and farm land. Contact listing agent for more information on the acreage enrolled in the CRP/CREP and the gravel pit financials. This property could have many uses with frontage on Hwy 87 and only 2 minutes from town. Nearby is the Missouri River with fishing, hunting, and many recreational opportunities.
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$985,000 1,280 acres
Tbd Vimy Ridge Road, Fort Benton, MT 59442 - Chouteau County

1,280 acres Fort Benton, MT

Careful attention to conservation and stewardship are the focus of the current landowners conscientious farmpractices. Small grains including wheat and barleyare predominantly grown with yields comparableto the surrounding areas top crop averages. Thispropertys pristine soils were placed in theConservation Reserve Program many years agoand then put back into production in 2014.Exceptional weed control has been a focus whichcould make this property a potential organicfarming operation. Numerous grain elevators arejust a short haul away making commodity salesconvenient. A flour mill is also in close proximityfor milling and specialty crops. The productivesoils join desirable grassy river breaks inviting bothcattle and abundant wildlife. The T