Situated on the South East end of the Deer Lodge Valley with convenient county road access via nearby I90, the Girard Creek Grazing Unit combines 1,189± ac of productive native pasture and a United State Forest Service grazing allotment on over 16,000± adjacent acres. Historically used as a late spring and summer pasture unit for 200 cattle that utilize the mountain pastures’ supply of plentiful water and quality forage. This is one of the best livestock grazing opportunities to purchase in today’s market. Improvements on Girard Creek Grazing Unit are simple by design requiring minimal maintenance and annual cost. There are 2 pastures each with barbed wire perimeter fencing in good condition along with a set of wooden corrals where cattle can be sorted and loaded. There is also power and a well at the lower corrals that supplies water to the corrals. All the improvements are operational and the next owner can be assured of peace-of-mind knowing the property is ‘cattle ready’.
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