Licensed in: MT, WY
Read The Land Report article “True Grit” featuring Kebi Smith. “With deep roots in Montana, Kebi Smith was born to be a ranch broker-and a ranch owner, as well.”
Kebi Smith is a fourth-generation Montanan and cattle rancher, raising commercial cattle—from calving through finishing. After graduating from National American University in South Dakota, she returned to Montana, where 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. Kebi began her real estate career by specializing in the sale of ranch and recreational properties across Montana. In 2016, she expanded her scope of services, earning her license in Wyoming to allow her to assist both buyers and sellers regionally as well as statewide.
Raised in the scenic West Boulder River Valley near Big Timber, Kebi enjoyed a multitude of outdoor recreational activities with her family amid 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. She also enjoys spending time outdoors with family and friends hiking, fishing, and downhill skiing at some of Montana’s finest ski resorts.
Combined with her extensive knowledge and years of real estate experience, Kebi’s agricultural background makes her a valuable asset to both 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.
76 State Highway 59 North
Olive, Montana 59343
4 Active Properties Listed by Kebi Smith
This legacy Wyoming property for sale offers multiple residential dwellings, a working ranch, and expansion options – all within a majestic setting. The property’s expansive and varied landscape provides year-round recreational activities such as horseback riding, ATV trails, big game hunting, making this ranch ideal for multi-generational or expansive families. The Rocking Chair Ranch also offers a fully operational cattle ranch, with a turn-key option available.
This productive working and recreational Montana ranch is within the corridor of the Bighorn River and flanked by the Pryor Mountains and is set up to be your “field of dreams.” Offering ideal habitat for elk, mule deer, and antelope, this ranch’s remote and diverse topography makes it an excellent recreational property. It remains essentially the same as it was 100 years ago, as the ranch continues to run as a cattle operation bringing in around 200 cow/calf pairs in the summer months.
Located in Montana’s picturesque Musselshell River Valley, this ranch is primarily agricultural land with over three miles of the Musselshell River and offers both lifestyle and livelihood elements. The ranch is watered by several reservoirs and lush seasonal creek drainages. Improvements are sustainable to livestock and equestrian operations, with horses year-round and leasing pastures for cattle. Along the river, a variety of wildlife species and livestock have access to cover and forage.
Adjacent to State and Federal land, this Montana property features open spaces and picturesque prairies and is offered to the market for the first time. The Four Bar Five Ranch is diversified with meadows, pastures, and hills/draws for protection and cover for whitetail and mule deer, pronghorn antelope, pheasants, Hungarian partridges, sharptail grouse, prairie dogs, and wild turkey. The topography helps retain wildlife for hunting opportunities. It has recently been run as a cattle ranch.
6 Listings Sold by Kebi Smith
This is truly a unique property that combines the benefits of a serene setting, a myriad of outdoor activities and the comforts of modern living. In today’s fast-paced world, this property provides a safe refuge from the stress and complexity of urban life, providing a place to build unforgettable family memories while reconnecting with nature. We invite you to visit the magic of Star Hill!
This one-of-a-kind Montana ranch serves as a perfect example of the diversity within the region. It’s part of the Hell Creek Formation with rolling hills, native ranges, wide-open prairies, timbered stands, rocky buttes, sandstone cliffs, reservoirs, seasonal drainages, and desert-like flora and fauna. The property offers a productive dryland farming and ranching legacy with forage, forests, open meadows, exceptional big game and upland bird hunting, and two well-maintained homes.
This untouched, majestic Montana landscape features spring-fed deep draws, cliffs, and beautiful rock outcroppings with native prairie interspersed. Renowned for its excellent hunting, trophy elk, mule deer, and antelope can be found in the forested draws and the rock formations. The Snow Creek drainage meanders through the property to Snow Creek Bay. Remnants of earth’s first visitors have been discovered in the area and have provided fossils including Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus Rex,
This Montana ranch offers a good balance of hay meadows, pastures and hills/draws for protection and cover for wildlife. Much of the landscape of the ranch remains virtually unaltered, lending itself to an abundance of wildlife including whitetail and mule deer, pronghorn antelope, pheasants, Hungarian partridge, grouse and wild turkey.
The Black’s Fork River meanders through the southern boundary of this property that has all the amenities for a first-class retreat or get-away homesite. Located in the world-renowned Flaming Gorge recreational corridor with outstanding fishing and thousands of acres of public lands nearby. Take advantage of this recreational offering’s first time on the open market.
This Montana home sits along the banks of the Yellowstone River, boasting 1,500± feet of river frontage. Other water features include .78± miles of Arrow Creek, as well as two large ponds. The 110± productive acres boast a spectacular 7,154± SF home, a large outdoor kitchen/patio, a 2-car garage and 3-car garage, and room for a barn or shop. From the moment you drive through the gate, you will be awestruck by all this property has to offer.
Articles Authored by Kebi Smith
The Steiner Rodeo Family from Texas, Taylor Sheridan, and Bosque Ranch Productions brought the debut of the Yellowstone Riggin’ Rally to Darby, MT. The Rally hosted the top 24 Bareback Riders from the PRCA, a $30,000 purse, and nearly 2,000 fans. In attendance were the cast members of the Taylor Sheridan and Bosque Ranch Productions […]
Cole Reiner is sponsored by Fay Ranches Ranch Sales Agents: Neil Bangs, Kevin Stowe, Cheryl Summer, Mike Konstant, Kebi Smith, RJ Patterson, Dixie Barry, Alex Robertson, John Anderson, Scott Hawes, A note from Cole Reiner Growing up on our family ranch just outside Buffalo, Wyoming, I’ve always been involved in the western way of […]
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 […]
By Kebi Smith, Fay Ranches Agent In the last couple of decades, cattle operators started looking beyond the norm of selling calves at weaning in the fall and began searching for opportunities for value–added profit in retained ownership of calves. Retained ownership can increase flexibility in marketing and add value not only to the calf but to feed base, labor, capital, and lead to improved genetics […]