Licensed in: MT
George is a Montana Ranch Real Estate Agent who brings a lifetime of experience managing, owning and living on farms and ranches in the Rocky Mountains. With over thirty-five years as a petroleum landman and right of way agent working directly with ranch families on the land, he has developed strong relationships all over central Montana and northwest Wyoming. Based on his passion for hunting and fishing in the west, his specialty is in recreational and wildlife conservation properties.
Buying and selling ranch real estate dovetails nicely with his current duties—operating the farm he owns near Edgar, Montana, along the Clark’s Fork of the Yellowstone River, and managing the family ranch on the Stillwater River near Absarokee, Montana. His hobbies include breeding registered purebred American Berkshire hogs and Labrador retrievers, horses and, of course, fly fishing and upland bird hunting.
Born in Southampton, Long Island to a New York family who owned an iconic Wyoming ranch for several decades, George moved to Cody, Wyoming as a young boy, and grew up hunting and fishing with his father, a famous elk hunting guide. He spent his teenage years packing horses into the wilderness for the U.S. Forest Service in summer, and wrangling and guiding for his dad and godfather in the fall. After graduating from Duke University, the school that bears his great grandfather’s name, George dreamed of returning to the west and someday owning his own ranch. That dream finally became a reality in 1996, when he closed on the D H Ranch, where he makes his home today.
George’s many friendships with ranch families developed over many years of hunting and fishing, and his work leasing minerals makes him well suited to represent both buyers and sellers in farm and ranch real estate. George is licensed in Montana and looks forward to helping others achieve the goal of owning their own piece of the Last Best Place!
1 Active Properties Listed by George Duke
This Montana ranch is a turnkey cattle ranch. Mountain foothill pastures and open fields make up this pristine cowboy’s dream setting. Improvements include a four-rail guardrail, post corrals, sorting pens, a large calving barn, shop, and silos for grain storage. A main house and a bunkhouse are the living areas on the ranch. Limestone cliffs and forests of pine, Mountain Mahogany, Juniper, and Riparian Cottonwood; lower grassland and farming portions of the ranch have year-round water running.