Licensed in: MT
Kimberly Lowry became a Montana real estate broker over 20 years ago and began her career marketing luxury recreational, resort and ranch properties. This foundation has allowed her to well represent both buyers and sellers of Montana farm, ranch and recreational properties. As a Broker at Fay Ranches Inc. Kimberly enjoys working with buyers and sellers of some of the finest working ranches, farms and recreational properties throughout the State of Montana.
In addition to ranch real estate, Kimberly and her family raise cattle, hogs and lambs with a focus on raising livestock that can be competitive in the show ring for 4H and FFA showmen and also provide excellent carcass traits and high quality finished product. In fact, offspring from their cattle breeding program achieved top honors and Prime Grading winning the State of Montana beef carcass contest several years in a row. Calves, lambs and hogs from their breeding program can be seen in show rings across the state of Montana, throughout the Northwest and Nationally as well.
As a former college athlete and National Champion collegiate rower for the University of Massachusetts at Amherst crew team, Kimberly was invited to and attended the US Olympic Development and Training Camp for rowing. Goal setting is very important to Kimberly and that has been passed on to her family and children as well. At the 2020 National Western Stock Show she sat ringside as her daughter achieved a “dream board” goal showing her market steer to class winner and also earning the honor of Grand Champion Intermediate Beef Showman at the National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colorado.
While working with clients Kimberly appreciates the opportunity to assist them to identify and reach their personal and business goals. Kimberly believes in the value of service and has enjoyed volunteering in her community as a Youth 4H Leader, Vice-President of 4H Council and 4H Foundation Board Member, where she served as the Chairman of the Foundation Scholarship Committee and also as a Rotarian.
On her days off, Kimberly and her family take advantage of the multitude of recreational pursuits available in the Treasure State, including big game hunting for elk and deer, hiking, horseback riding, fishing the mountain lakes and downhill skiing to name a few.
Kimberly applies her many years of experience in the ranch real estate industry, her understanding of working ranches and the relationship of agricultural production and quality big game and fishery habitat to her passion of selling land. Kimberly’s vast knowledge of Montana land is something she loves to share with her clients, many of whom have become friends over the years.
Helena, Montana 59722
Testimonials for Kimberly Lowry
My wife and I recently completed a 1031 exchange – selling a property in CA and purchasing the Great Divide Ranch in Montana. We wanted to pass on the experience we enjoyed working with Kimberly Lowry. We have been involved in 1031 exchanges numerous times over the years. This one was a bit more nuanced than most. Throughout the twists and turns, Kimberly aided in resolving all issues in a prompt, thorough and pleasant manner. She was instrumental in connecting us with specialists in Montana to facilitate our understanding and resolution on issues of taxes, water rights, etc., unique to Montana ownership. Kimberly was a pleasure! She is a tremendous representative of Fay Ranches, and we would highly recommend her to anyone considering purchasing property in Montana.
Kimberly Lowry brokered the sale of my Helena Valley Farm. During this process, she was most knowledgeable of farm and ranch issues. Kimberly worked hard and diligently. Most importantly, she was conscientious and always truthful in dealing with prospective buyers and me. Her consistently professional demeanor enhanced her credibility. I am very happy to recommend her to anyone selling farm and ranch properties.
8 Active Properties Listed by Kimberly Lowry
This western Montana ranch in the Avon Valley is about 50± miles from Helena. The core of the deeded acres and leased acres are comprised of mountain meadows and timbered hills. The majority of the ranch’s leased acres reach higher elevations in the Garnet Range. Strickland Creek and Davis Creek emerge in the Garnets, watering the ranch’s wildlife and livestock. With a resident elk herd that numbers several hundred during the fall season, Little Valley is a dream ranch for the sportsman.
This Missouri ranch offers an opportunity to own a carefully stewarded ranch just minutes from Branson, Missouri. The ranch represents a lifetime of investment in careful stewardship and forestry/wildlife conservation. The result is a healthy ecosystem and abundant wildlife populations! Here you will see trophy class whitetail bucks, abundant wild turkey, red fox, gray fox, groundhogs, bears, bobcats, dozens of different species of birds, and many other types of wildlife.
Offering an intriguing opportunity for an agricultural buyer in search of productive farm ground or an investment buyer who appreciates the income opportunities from both farm leases and the wind farm component. The property truly is in the heart of some of Montana’s best and most productive farmland and is situated to take advantage of Montana’s recreational bounty.
Scenic and productive working cattle ranch within a short drive to the quaint community of Choteau, Montana. The ranch features a creekside historic home, updated for comfort and convenience plus a complete set of working facilities including barns and corrals to support current livestock operations. Lush creek bottomlands, irrigated hay meadows, and dryland pasture for cattle grazing. Enjoy the backdrop of the Rocky Mountain Front and the gateway to the Bob Marshall Wilderness.
This Montana cattle ranch is known for its excellent production value. Fenced and cross-fenced for cattle grazing and maximizing production on the pivot irrigated fields make for excellent fall grazing once the hay crop is harvested. Producing enough hay to winter cows, it still has surplus hay to sell. It has a balance of irrigated fields, native grassland for pasture and grazing, creek bottomlands, and beautiful views of the Elkhorn and Big Belt Mountains.
This beautiful Montana property provides numerous locations for a getaway cabin or home in a unique setting with a creek flowing by and a backdrop of the surrounding mountains. Just minutes from the conveniences of the “Queen City” and historic downtown region, Colorado Creek bubbles throughout the lower portions of the acreage and is lined with a variety of trees and foliage, creating a superb setting for wildlife that call the region home. Upper reaches offer mountain meadows and lovely views.
With a superb location close to recreation and amenities, this beautiful and scenic central Montana mountain ranch offers a unique opportunity for an investment minded buyer who appreciates scenery and enjoys abundant recreational opportunities. This property is suitable for grazing cattle or as a base for your big game hunting adventures.
This Montana ranch provides easy access to the surrounding Beaverhead/Deer Lodge National Forest lands and their outstanding variety of recreational amenities. The two cabins are strategically located in an area where hiking, horseback riding, or four-wheeling adventures can afford some of the most breathtaking views and complete solitude in nature.
11 Listings Sold by Kimberly Lowry
A classic Western Montana cattle ranch located in a tightly held region rich in history and agricultural heritage. A year-round cattle ranch with excellent water for irrigation, productive hay meadows and upland grazing pastures for spring, summer and fall grazing opportunities. This is a working cattle ranch with excellent improvements and facilities.
Generational ranches are very special, and this Montana ranch for sale is no different. It offers acreage, river frontage, and has surrounding forests to roam and enjoy the rugged nature of Rock. Rock Creek has flowed through this valley for thousands of years, etching its history into the canyon walls. Fertile soil, lush grass, and approximately 1.5 miles of river frontage offer an abundance of recreational opportunities and untamed beauty.
This highly productive irrigated and dryland farm is set in the shadows of the Rocky Mountain Front and close to the banks of Lake Francis. With meticulous stewardship and well laid out operating systems for efficient farming practices and an excellent history of production, this farm will serve and owner-operator or investment minded buyer long into the future.
Offering some of the finest wildlife viewing and elk and Big Game Hunting opportunities in Montana. With excellent water sources, abundant wildlife populations and deeded land presented in a blocked-up configuration, the Silver Creek Elk Preserve Ranch is a prime candidate for a conservation easement, which if implemented would provide enormous tax benefits to the buyer.
This Montana ranch located along the Wise River and close to the Big Hole River, this ranch is named for the striking rock formation that overlooks the property. The owner currently holds a 6,922± acre National Forest grazing lease, allowing for 150 yearling heifers out the back gate. The property is almost entirely flood irrigated, and the owner has enjoyed the ranch because of the production value and recreational opportunities.
The grassy hillsides and ridges, timbered draws with intermittent riparian habitat define the ranch and create the wild country that the ranch is known for. The varied elevation of this provides complete ecosystems for elk, whitetail, trophy mule deer, moose and antelope. This offering is a prime example of a classic mountain ranch.
This Montana property includes a log cabin with a spacious guest house situated to enjoy unparalleled Holter Lake and surrounding mountain views. The 3 bedroom and 3 bath custom log home features a welcoming floor plan and includes vaulted ceilings, large windows to enjoy breathtaking views, a wrap-around deck, and multiple balconies to take in the scenery and surroundings from sunrise to sunset. A recently constructed, modern 4 bedroom and 2 bath guest house is above an oversized 4 car garage.
This central Montana ranch includes a nice stretch of Dry Creek flowing through the southern portion of the property and several spring-fed creeks throughout the more mountainous portions, providing a variety of water sources, abundant grasses, terrain and shelter for both cattle and wildlife alike.
A highly sought after Helena Valley property that features fenced irrigated hay meadows and livestock facilities to include a large barn, shop, livestock scale and corrals. Also offers income from tenants in three separate apartments in the stately Victorian style brick home. This unique listing provides a new owner a variety of options and opportunities in an ideal location for a primary residence or for continued income potential into the future, all close to town.
This property offers a unique opportunity for a savvy buyer to enjoy an investment or continue to enjoy the property for its agricultural benefits in a location convenient to the many area events and the multiple and varied recreational opportunities that the Montana lifestyle embraces.
At 205± acres, this ranch is a clean canvas allowing for the construction of improvements designed to suit the needs of a new owner. The property truly is an ideal setting for the most discriminating buyer with its breathtaking views, rural setting, wildlife, proximity to excellent fishing, nearby public land access for unlimited recreation including hiking, horseback riding, backpacking, camping, hunting and more!
Articles Authored by Kimberly Lowry
By Kimberly Lowry, Broker Associate for Fay Ranches, Licensed in Montana The deep roots of the current Split Diamond Ranch registered Angus seed stock operation began somewhat humbly in the scenic Wise River corridor in the 1970s. Owner Steve Buckner fell in love with the stunning property at the base of “Eagle Rock,” adjacent to […]
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 Kimberly Lowry, Ranch Sales, Fay Ranches For my family, raising kids and cattle go hand in hand. My kids were born on a cattle ranch surrounded by livestock and were wheeled out amongst the cows during calving in baby joggers before they could walk by my side to check on the herd. Raising kids […]
Blog by Kimberly Lowry, Fay Ranches Broker, Montana A big congratulations is extended to Isabelle Lowry, daughter of Fay Ranches real estate Broker Kimberly Lowry, for achieving success at the Northern International Livestock Exposition “N.I.L.E.” with her Merit Heifer from Currant Creek Angus Ranch and earning honors including Reserve Champion NILE Merit Heifer, Grand Champion […]
Fall is one of the best times to enjoy the abundance of recreational opportunities life in Montana has to offer. With the archery season underway and rifle season right around the corner, fall is a time when sportsmen and women enjoy time in nature and the abundant wildlife populations that make up our landscape. Hunting […]
Article featured in Land Investor Volume 4 by Kimberly Lowry, Broker Associate, Fay Ranches, Montana After the snow melts and the grass begins to green, a renewed sense of optimism fills the air as newborn calves dot the Montana landscape each spring. Producers across the state consider their previous breeding decisions while busying themselves planning […]
a blog by Kimberly Lowry, Broker Associate at Fay Ranches Over the past few years there has been a growing emphasis on taking environmentally friendly measures as individuals, a society, and a nation. Without having a crystal ball, if one could predict the future for the production of energy to meet the growing demand, it is […]
By Kimberly Lowry, Broker Associate at Fay Ranches Fishtail, Montana is a classic rural Montana town complete with an eclectic little general store with a variety of goods and sundries, a cowboy bar and supper club to suit almost every insatiable appetite, and a coffee house that has provided what locals and visitors alike refer […]
By Kimberly Lowry, Broker Associate Photos by Hailey Rae, Montana Ag Photography Spring is in the air in Montana, and while newborn calves dot the landscape, producers across the state are already busy planning and preparing for the 2019 calving season. With a gestation period of 283 days, give or take a few, planning for the […]