Happy Hunting Grounds Ranch promotes 148± acres of recreation or agriculture opportunities. Water features surround Happy Hunting Grounds Ranch on three sides. The Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River provides approximately two-thirds of a mile of fishing access on the western boundary. A year-round spring feeds an old river oxbow on the southern border for about two-thirds a mile. The Orchard Canal runs along the eastern perimeter of Happy Hunting Grounds Ranch for irrigation.
The landscape of Happy Hunting Grounds Ranch reflects the influence of Montana weather. A gently sloped upper field enhances the property with views of the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River and surrounding areas while supplying hay. The lower field is an excellent candidate for agricultural development with a pivot irrigation system and continued hay production. Happy Hunting Grounds Ranch averages 4-5± tons of alfalfa and alfalfa-grass hay per acre annually. Hay production provides property income and enhances wildlife habitat.
Significantly large mule deer roam the upper field in the evenings from the surrounding hillsides. Whitetail deer, turkey, and pheasant crowd the river bottom and slough. Waterfowl utilize abundant water features during their migration patterns. Located near Edgar, Montana, at the end of a county road, Happy Hunting Grounds offers recreation and opportunities to develop a country home.