J.R. was born and raised in Big Horn County, Montana where him and his extended family have been in the ranching business for four generation. He received a degree from Montana State University and has been a Farm and Ranch Real Estate professional for over 26 years. JR has worked and managed several large cow/calf, yearling operations throughout Montana and Wyoming. Ranching is his passion and working with the people who have built the industry.


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    thompson creek ranch
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    Big Horn County, Montana
    Located in the lush Wolf Mountains of south central Montana between Sheridan, Wyoming and Billings, Montana, the Thompson Creek Ranch spreads across some of the prettiest country in the state. The ranch is rich in history, as General Custer marched across the property just hours before the Battle at Little Big Horn. Home of the Crow's Nest where they camped the night before. The rich, deep loam soils extend to the top of the Wolf Mountains and contribute to some of the best lush Montana grasses, chokecherries, wild plums, pine trees and aspen groves The property is located on
    12,073± acres


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