Nestled in the heart of eastern Montana, the vast expanse of Gray Ranch on Little Porcupine Creek stretches across an impressive 10,047± deeded acres, complemented by an additional 1,950± acres of state lease, 320± acres of private lease, and 3,669± Bureau of Land Management (BLM) acres. As an exemplar of regenerative agriculture, Gray Ranch embodies sustainable farming practices, emphasizing the restoration and revitalization of the land while fostering biodiversity and preserving the ecosystem’s health.

The ranch’s commitment to regenerative agriculture has yielded results, with flourishing cattle herds and a veritable sanctuary for many wildlife species. The diverse habitat provides a refuge for elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, and upland game birds, making it an enticing haven for both seasoned hunters and enthusiastic birdwatchers. The harmonious coexistence of agriculture and wildlife epitomizes the ranch’s dedication to responsible land management and wildlife conservation.

With ample water sources that attract a wide array of waterfowl species, the ranch becomes a picturesque destination for bird enthusiasts and nature lovers. As one gazes across the sweeping vistas encompassing Gray Ranch, a sense of awe and appreciation for the region’s rich natural heritage is instilled. This land is a living testament to eastern Montana’s landscape’s untamed beauty and ecological significance.

Gray Ranch has become a beacon of hope for sustainable land management and a model for others to follow. It exemplifies a more environmentally conscious and ecologically sustainable approach to ranching and farming.

Gray Ranch on Little Porcupine Creek is more than just a sprawling property; it is a shining example of the transformative power of regenerative agriculture, providing a haven for diverse wildlife and standing as a testament to the profound connection between responsible land management and the preservation of nature’s magnificence. This breathtaking landscape encapsulates the essence of eastern Montana’s ecological significance. It demonstrates a harmonious and balanced coexistence between agriculture and wildlife, offering a glimpse into a future where sustainable practices can thrive in unison.



  • 10,047± Acres
  • Gray Ranch boasts extensive livestock water pipelines, and multiple reservoirs, ensuring a reliable water supply throughout the property for cattle and wildlife
  • Multiple big game species on the ranch include elk, mule deer, antelope, and whitetail deer, providing ample opportunities for hunting and wildlife observation
  • Vibrant populations of upland game birds, migratory birds, and turkeys make it an ideal destination for bird hunters and birdwatchers
  • Currently being operated as a cow/calf unit, making it an excellent investment opportunity or perfect for the cattleman seeking a working ranch
  • Conveniently accessible via a graveled county road for ease of access
  • Prehistoric petrified forest located on site; Dinosaur fossils and buffalo wallows have also been found on the ranch
  • Functional corral system for shipping, branding, and working livestock
  • Two original 1900s homestead cabins add a touch of nostalgia
  • Located just 24 miles north of Forsyth, Montana, offering a balance of seclusion and proximity to essential services and amenities
  • A state record antelope was harvested off the property
  • Learn more about this property, its investment potential and information about the area in the Property Brochure.

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