The Dome Mountain Ranch was recently featured in an article in Mountain Outlaw Magazine entitled Dome Mountain Ranch: A Vital Refuge on the Yellowstone River. The Dome Mountain Ranch has long been recognized as one of the most iconic hunting ranches in Montana, an excellent representation of the greater Yellowstone ecosystem worth preserving. To learn more, read the full press release here.
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B Elfland attended the Bridger Bucks chapter’s Mule Deer Foundation Banquet in Bozeman, MT. For 25 years, the Mule Deer Foundation has dedicated itself to ensuring the conservation of Mule Deer, Black-tailed deer and their habitat. Mule Deer are threatened by habitat encroachment, drought, predation and the expanding range of the Whitetail Deer throughout much of the Rocky Mountain west. Money raised by the Mule Deer Foundation is used to protect this iconic western animal, and Fay Ranches is proud to sponsor the Foundation and contribute to these conservation efforts.
From the expansive Dome Mountain Ranch to the luxurious comforts and sprawling pastures of the Chief Joseph Ranch, the following five Montana ranches are some of the state's premier properties. All have different strengths and recreational attributes, but the one thing they have in common is land. Each of these properties features many acres of hunting property, fertile farm ground, or productive cattle land. Read on to learn more about these Montana ranches:
BOZEMAN, Mont. (May 9, 2013) After a record year in Wyoming, Fay Ranches, a broker of the finest ranches, farms and recreational property, is searching for new sales associates and ranch brokers to join our Wyoming team. "We already have two excellent brokers on staff, who have been doing business in Wyoming for several years. Between the two of them, they’ve successfully closed on over $43M in 2012. Because business is expanding so quickly, we need to add new hires to keep up. We have always attracted the best in the business and we're looking to continue that trend by finding the right people who are ready to take their career to the next level ", says founder Greg Fay.
Perched in Paradise Valley, the DePuy's Spring Creek was the perfect place to have our annual Fay Ranches Retreat. No wind and a day off with great friends are two things that never seem to link up in Livingston. However, last Friday all signs pointed to FISH! We also had a little photo contest, and have posted most of the pictures below. You can find the full gallery on our Fay Ranches Retreat Board at Pinterest.
The following five properties are our newest Oregon ranch listings. Sprawling pastures, expansive equestrian facilities, and abundant wildlife are only a few of the features available on these Oregon properties for sale. Whether you're looking for private piece of land with few structural improvements or a fully functional cattle operation, you can find a property here to fit almost any need.
Owning a Montana ranch provides you and your family with a legacy that will last a lifetime and for generations to come. The following three ranches are a testament to the tradition of long-standing Montana ranches. These historical Montana ranches have withstood the test of time and provide hunting, fishing, and productive agricultural operations in some of the State's most beautiful country.
Spring is here, and with spring comes warmer weather, higher waters, and the beginning of fishing season. These five fishing properties for sale are some of the finest ranches we offer, with miles of river frontage and some of the finest trout fishing in the United States.
Fay Ranches has once again been named as a leading land brokerage in the U.S in the over $150 million gross category by The Land Report. Read the full press release regarding this exciting news.
One fall Missoula evening, perched on a stool at the Kettlehouse, my fly fishing partner mentioned that he was ready to do some guide fishing in the Florida Keys. I crowed, “If you go, I’m coming down to fish with you!” Surprisingly, he went and two weeks after his departure, I found myself booking a trip for the end of February. We started in Naples, hit the Everglades and went directly to the Keys for several days of fly-fishing.