We then passed by the eastern parcel, blocked up nicely for crop production. It contains the farmstead with its quality home and the necessary shops, outbuildings and grain storage. During harvest, the place was abuzz. Early spring rains made for a good harvest. On a place like this, you could continue the cash flow from the grain operation and develop wildlife habitat, all while land banking a portion of it for possible residential development in the future.
Some of my best days in Montana are spent walking after dogs, on the scent and excited to be doing what they live and train for. The Rahn Farm offers that opportunity and more.