Farm & Ranch Sales
Licensed in: ID
Joining our team in 2020 as an Idaho sales agent is Dixie Barry. Dixie comes from a 4th generation ranching family out of Northern Nevada where she grew up working on the family ranch. Growing up on a cattle ranch also meant that rodeo would become second nature. She graduated high school with a Nevada State high school rodeo title under her belt that earned her a full-ride scholarship for Rodeo to the New Mexico State University Rodeo Team. From there, she went on to win the Grand Canyon Region title and made her rounds to Casper, Wyoming to the College National Finals Rodeo 3 times in her college rodeo career. She graduated from N.M.S.U. with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration, minoring in Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship. After graduating, Dixie and her college rodeo sweetheart, Kurtis Barry, moved around from Nevada, Wyoming, Washington and eventually settled in the Treasure Valley, where they got married and bought an old farmhouse with acreage. They still enjoy to rodeo and rope and hope to one-day build a 5th generation “herd.”
Dixie is passionate about the ag community and preserving the western heritage and lifestyle. This passion is what ultimately attracted her to Fay Ranches and to start listing Idaho property for sale. Whether it be a farm or ranch, a horse property, recreational tract, investment ground, or a rural residence, Dixie loves connecting people to the land.
Fay Ranches Inc. Headquarters
395 Gallatin Park Drive
Bozeman, Montana 59715
1 Properties Sold by Dixie Barry
The ranch provides an isolated sanctuary for anyone looking for a slower pace, quality of life in a country setting. A great place for the kids to grow up and have the great outdoors as their playground; from hunting trophy bucks and fishing largemouth bass in the pond to camping by the river, this is the ultimate family haven.
Articles Authored by Dixie Barry
Lisa Lockhart is sponsored by Fay Ranches Sales Agents: Kebi Smith, Neil Bangs, Kevin Stowe, Cheryl Summer, Mike Konstant, RJ Patterson, John Anderson, Kimberly Lowry, Dixie Barry As a native of Montana being raised on a farm/ranch, the western lifestyle of being dependent upon the land and caring for animals is a value that was ingrained […]