Glasgow Irrigated Farm Located along Highway 24, just across the Milk River from Glasgow, Montana, lies the Glasgow Irrigated Farm. Comprised of mostly Harlem Clay, the yields on this 327 acre farm for hay, corn, soybeans and safflower regularly top the charts. Improvements include a 50 x 80 pole barn constructed shop with concrete floor and insulated work area, two 12,500 bushel and one 6,000 bushel Sukup grain bins constructed in 2013. The on-site grain storage is enhanced by the fact that one 12,500 bushel bin has a stirrer and propane heater with all three bins having fans allowing for better dry down of stored grain. Water at the shop/bin location is supplied by the Dry Prairie Rural Water system. Two new Valley pivots were added in 2016 and 2018. Both pivots have liquid fertilizer application ability and are run on propane generators. The west pivot located next to the shop and bins covers 70 acres and the east pivot covers approximately 130 acres. The east pivot is also equipped with AGSENSE for cell phone compatibility. The remaining irrigated acres are annually leveled to allow for the even and efficient distribution of the water, resulting in record corn and safflower yields. Good access, soils and yields make this property a great investment for crop production in northern Montana. Price: $1,167,000 Contact Denver Gilbert at (406) 697-3961 for more details.