The Kilsdonk Ranch offers a great opportunity to balance productive agriculture, quality bird, waterfowl, and deer habitat. The ranch lies ten miles south of the Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge and is a near-perfect blend of rolling hills, coulees, creek bottoms, and productive farm fields. Land The ranch adjoins a 640 acre state section which will allow the new owner to expand their hunting. The current owner leases out the farming and grazing rights which allows for some extra income. There are 462 acres of farm ground usually planted in wheat or barley. There is a well for livestock and wildlife and many good building sites. Recreation This property features extraordinary habitat for pheasants, sharptail grouse, Hungarian partridge, waterfowl, and both whitetail and mule deer. The NE corner of Montana is well-known for upland bird and waterfowl hunting. West Shotgun Creek runs on the west side of the ranch and offers seasonal water to wildlife. General Operations This property is value priced for the beginning investor who wants a hunting ground with farm income.