Beaver Creek, Bonnie J. Ranch, Trout Creek, Montana
In my 15 years of selling, never has a more beautifully scenic ranch setting with all the elements of the Montana dream taken my heart. Nearly 1145 deeded pristine acres of timber, irrigated hayground and grazing ground is an original homestead and has had only two owners in the past 110 years. Together there are nearly two miles of creek, one mile of National Forest and almost two miles of county road maintenance. 410 acres, more or less, lie in irrigated hayground and pasture, while125 acres, more or less, lie in dry land hayground and pasture.

Approximately 610 acres of this property are in nicely managed mature timber, with an estimate of about a million board feet. The tree species are as varied as Whitepine, Ponderosa and Lodgepole Pine, Engleman and Subalpine Spruce, White and Red Fir, Western Larch as well as Cedar, Hemlock, Cottonwood and Aspen. The northwest quarter section of the property has an amazingly tall stand of varied species, impressive for northwestern montana.

Big Beaver and Little Beaver Creeks meander through the fields, accenting the treelines and joining below an elevated treed knoll. There are six separate water claims/provisional permit on the property with varying priority dates to Beaver Creek. There are two 75 head, hand change irrigation systems and over a mile of buried mainline with risers. There is one well shared by the homes and one developed year around spring. There is also lawn irrigation and stock water from the creek and five 1000 gallon stock tanks.

The property handles 150 cow/calf pairs with no outside leases. Average hay production is 800 ton, which can be increased with fertilizer and additional watering, There is a full line of John Deer equipment available outside of closing. This ranch is owned by the Bonnie J. Ranch, Inc, A Montana Corporation, which is offerring the real estate via purchase of all shares of stock with the sale to include assets and liabilities. The real estate offers a rare opportunity.

Montana Timber, Hayground, Meadow pasture

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Montana ranch topography map

Beaver Creek, Trout Creek Montana

Fall photo, railroad bridge of Beaver Creek, Trout Creek, Montana

Call Tina or Gail for more information at 877-784-3968.
  • 1145+- Acres
  • 1970 4000 s. f. Home
  • 2004 2400s. f. Home
  • 120x30 Hayshed & Leanto
  • 3 Car Garage/Heated Shop
  • 20x120 Calving Shed/ Heated Building
  • Machinery Storage Shed
  • 2 Grain Storage Buildings
  • Corrals, scale, cow and calf squeeze chutes
  • 3 Livestock Shelter Bldgs
  • Topography Map
  • Flood Plain Map
  • Aerial Map
  • Water Claims


Thompson Falls is named after the explorer and fur trader, David Thompson. The water falls that are the namesake were where the hydroelectric dam is now just south of Thompson Falls. There is a very scenic power park either side of an island that is now the center anchor for a two wing hydro system.