Bill grew up on his family’s ranch in Hardin, MT, where they lived until he was in 6th grade. The Boyces sold that place in 1978 and moved to Bozeman where his family owned and operated Boyce Tack & Western Wear. Bill graduated from Bozeman High School in 1985 with a rodeo scholarship to Montana State University (MSU). Bill roped calves, team roped and steer wrestled for the MSU Rodeo Team, and was with them when they won the College National Finals in 1988.
In the spring of 1989 he went home to join his grandparents and his dad on the family ranch, now located in Lewistown, MT, where he lives today with his wife of 23 years, Kim and their 3 children, Cody, Brady & Jett. In 2001, Bill and Kim founded Central Montana Panels Inc., a continuous fence and livestock handling equipment manufacturing company headquartered in Lewistown, MT. After owning and operating that company for 5 years, Bill & Kim sold CMP Inc., in order to focus on selling ranches for Fay Ranches, raising their kids, and operating the ranch where he trains rope horses and runs his cows.
Bill is active in the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit, winning several calf roping championships and 2 All-around Cowboy saddles. Bill & Kim also run the hunting business on the Boyce Ranch since 1995, which fits nicely with Bill’s other passion ~ elk hunting! The hunting business brings Bill in touch with many people from all over the world and the one common thread with those he meets is the way they all fall in love with Bill’s home state. Bill looks forward to coupling his love of hunting and the outdoors with his ranching experience to help people like this find their perfect Montana ranch or sporting property.