The Buffalo Coulee Ranch encapsulates 1,947 contiguous acres of nutrient-rich grazing land that satisfies livestock and wildlife alike. In addition, 320 acres are leased from the Bureau of Land Management Acres. The coulees and diverse terrain give the ultimate cover for wildlife ensuring a successful hunting season. The ranch consists of 3 separate pastures sustaining a grazing system that allows for the native grasses to flourish. A well-designed water system provides water to eight stock tanks located strategically within the three grazing pastures. There are an additional two wells with stock tanks for backup if ever needed. Structures on the property consist of working corrals and a round tub that makes sorting and shipping easy and efficient. The natural landscape of Buffalo Coulee Ranch is well-preserved and respected. The present wildlife offers opportunities to hunt and fill your freezer with grass-fed white-tailed and mule deer, antelope, pheasant, sharp-tailed grouse, and Hungarian partridge. The tranquility surrounds the seasonal Buffalo Coulee Creek. Historically, dry land wheat was seeded and harvested whereas the 80 acres of hay ground currently produce up to 300 bales. The area sees about 12 inches of rain annually and 32” of snow with only 1 inch of average depth. The high temperatures rise in July to about 87 degrees and the low drops in January to 4 degrees. In a year, the Glasgow area typically sees 196 days of sunshine. Opportunities abound with such a diverse property. The Fish, Wildlife, and Parks provide income in return for participation in the Block Management program. Buffalo Coulee Ranch has been enrolled since 2012 offering hunters a chance to fill their freezers as well. The property is situated approximately 19 miles west of Glasgow, Montana, and 23 miles east of Saco. A country gravel road leads to this rangeland ranch.
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