This property sits less than 10 miles from the city of Glendive and consists of 68+/- acres of tillable farmland with the eastern portion of the property irrigated. The property is perimeter fenced (except for river border) and borders the Yellowstone River for approximately a quarter-mile. There are no improvements to the property but there is power that runs down the property line. The land that sits west of the railroad tracks should be a buildable parcel out of the floodplain.
Cutting its way through Glendive is the Yellowstone River where you will find the prehistoric paddlefish and Intake dam which is a coveted destination for fisherman. The river is also home to Brown, Rainbow, and Cutthroat Trout, Burbot, Channel Catfish, Mountain Whitefish, Sauger, Smallmouth Bass, and Walleye.
Glendive is located in the Region 7 Block management program which consists of 264 Block Management Areas that provide access to over 2,290,000 acres of private, state, and federal lands. Region 7 produces, an average, 25% of the state's annual mule deer harvest; 10% of the state's white-tailed deer harvest; (17% of the total statewide deer harvest); 35% of the state's annual antelope harvest; and 5% of the states elk harvest. The region supports populations of six species of upland birds and a variety of waterfowl to provide diverse hunting opportunities. (provided by fwp.mt.gov)
All figures are +/- and all information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified.