Amazingly Diverse Montana Ranch
The Mantle is a 3,565± acre ranch located near Dillon, Montana. Its low cost and efficient operation make it one of the best agricultural properties to hit the market in years. A great winter cattle operation, it boasts a mild climate, pivots and a warm spring. Several species call the ranch home, including mule deer, antelope, whitetail deer, Hungarian partridge and pheasant. Download the Mantle Ranch property brochure here.
Birch Creek, which runs top to bottom through the ranch and offers over 850 acres in riparian and flood/sub-irrigated land, produces the majority of water irrigating the property.
All sprinkler irrigation water is supplied by a large buried pipeline that brings water from the headgate to the ranch using a unique gravity system that saves on pumping costs.
The mild climate, pivots and warm spring water make this the perfect winter cattle operation. It is a cost-effective environment to winter and calve cattle.
Mule deer, antelope, whitetail deer and waterfowl are in abundance. Hungarian partridge and pheasant are on site with endless potential to enhance. Potential exists to boost numbers and manage populations.
Centrally located in Southwest Montana’s fly fishing mecca, the ranch is just a stone’s throw from the Big Hole River, which flows just below the ranch. The Beaverhead River is a 20-minute drive.
Situated between the Pioneer Mountains to the west and McCarty Mountain to the east, the ranch is surrounded by thousands of public acres that are packed with mountain lakes and streams and Rocky Mountain elk.
The combination of agricultural opportunities and recreation offerings make this a diverse ranch with great potential. Whether you seek a place to run a cattle operation or a home base for your Montana adventures, the Mantle Ranch in Southwest Montana has it all. Learn more about the Mantle Ranch by downloading the brochure.
The Mantle Ranch is a 3,565± acre
ranch located between Dillon, Montana and the small community of Glen, Montana. It is sandwiched between the Pioneer Mountains to the west and McCarty Mountain to the east, just a stone’s throw from Montana’s famed Big Hole River.