Wibaux County, Montana Land Information
In many ways, this part of Montana retains the feel of its frontier days, dating back to when Lewis and Clark made their famous trek west along the Missouri River and beyond to when the original Native American tribes settled this area. The landscape here offers a unique blend of badlands and rolling hills, ideal habitat for mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, upland game birdsÂ—and the hunters who pursue them. The county seat of Wibaux offers a blend of country-town amenities, museum showcasing area history, local outfitters for hunting and fishing and even a local craft brewery (Beaver Creek Brewery). Wibaux County ranks 10th in Montana based on the overall acres for sale here. The value of all farms
, and rural property
for sale in Montana's Wibaux County recently was over $35 million, representing more than 5,400 acres of land for sale in Wibaux County. Wibaux County is the 54th largest county (889 square miles) in Montana. Wibaux County is in the Custer Country Montana region of Montana. Agriculture and farming drives the Wibaux County economy, with 172 farms recorded in this Montana locale during the U.S. Census in 2012. Farm businesses in Wibaux County generate annual revenues of $1 million, 46 percent of which comes from crops grown in the county. Livestock farming is the area's main agricultural staple. The county is considered popular among retirees. To find more Montana land and rural properties
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