Sutton Road, Winnett, Montana, 59087
This is a rare opportunity to purchase this type of property just outside Winnett, MT. It has rolling hills and approximately 2 miles of McDonald Creek wandering through its’ landscape. According to the USDA-Farm Service Agency, of the 467 +/- deeded acres, 204 +/- acres are cropland.
McDonald Creek provides live water for wildlife as well as livestock. The creek bottom that is home to Cottonwood and Box Elder trees, Buffalo Berry and Chokecherries among others, provides cover for whitetail deer, mule deer, upland birds and waterfowl. Pronghorn can also be found in the rolling hills.
A 30x40 shed with power and a gravel base provides storage or livestock shelter. There are many building sites to choose from for your dream home. The power runs full length of the property so you can choose where to build.
The property has an 80’ well that currently supplies water to 2 livestock water tanks. Three sides of the perimeter fence has brand new fence. The fourth side is in the works. This property is cross fenced into three separate pastures. Water is available in two of the three.
Water rights on McDonald Creek provides water for 63 acres of irrigated ground. It also provides seasonal subirrigation for 30 acres. There are water rights for livestock water from McDonald Creek. The cropland has the potential to grow hay or irrigated pasture for livestock.
Owning a property such as this also opens the owner that opportunity to apply for land owner mule deer permits for Hunting District #530. Hunting District #410, a special draw permit for elk, is literally right across the highway. Upland birds and water fowl are plentiful on the property as well as throughout the area. Additionally, you are not far from Lake Petrolia and Crooked Creek, the west end of Fort Peck Lake, allowing for a variety of species such as walleye and pike. A true fisherman's dream area to fish.
This is truly a unique property that does not come on to the market very often. Located near a great community that has small town living yet is not far from the larger communities such as Lewistown and Billings, MT. An ag based community that thrives on community and family.