Licensed in: MT, WY
Kebi Smith is a 4th generation Montanan and cattle rancher raising commercial cattle from calving through finishing. Kebi graduated from National American University in South Dakota and returned to Montana. She spent nearly a decade working for Farm Services Agency on conservation, disaster and farm programs prior to obtaining her real estate license in 1999. She began her real estate career and has specialized in the sale of ranch and recreational properties across Montana. In 2016 Kebi expanded her scope of services earning her license in Wyoming to allow her to assist both buyers and sellers there as well.
Raised in the scenic West Boulder River Valley near Big Timber, Kebi enjoyed a multitude of outdoor recreational activities with her family while raised amongst the backdrop of the Beartooth Mountains. To this day, the time spent with family enjoying the Montana outdoors has sparked her desire to share her love for Big Sky Country with real estate clients from across the nation.
Kebi, her husband Terry and son Justin currently own and operate a working ranch in eastern Montana where they have a cow/calf and feedlot operation. In her free time Kebi enjoys training horses and competing in nearby barrel racing events, plus she enjoys spending time outdoors with family and friends hiking, fishing and downhill skiing at some of Montana’s finest ski resorts.
Kebi’s agricultural background combined with her extensive knowledge and years of real estate experience make her a valuable asset while working with buyers and sellers of fine Montana and Wyoming working and recreational ranches. Montana ranch broker Kebi Smith can be reached through the Fay Ranches office in Broadus, Montana.
Available Property Listings by Kebi Smith
The stunning Montana ranch offers great big game and bird hunting opportunities and a laid-back lifestyle, with possibilities for a cattle operation already in place. The diverse terrain features a mix of pine-covered ridges and draws, meadows and open grasslands, a spring-fed pond and hosts an abundance of wildlife including elk, mule deer and antelope.