I am proud to represent the rolling foothills of south-central Montana. Big Timber and the surrounding area are successful agricultural regions, with strong community bonds. The beautiful Crazy Mountains provide a perfect backdrop for all types of outdoor recreation, photography, and scenic drives. Big Timber is the gateway to the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness and has some of the best blue-ribbon trout fishing in the state.Hi, I'm Cheyenne Wilson. I grew up on my family's working cattle ranch in southeastern Montana. From an early age, I learned the importance of being a steward of our land and livestock. I also learned how essential hard work truly is. I grew up knowing that the lifestyle I was in and where I lived was heaven on earth.My love affair with horses began at a very young age. I began riding before I could walk (this is true and not just a cliche). I excelled in rodeo and earned a full-ride scholarship to college. I was unsure of what I wanted to do with my life, so after a year and a half of college, I set out to explore the world. I always dreamt big as a child, and I truly wanted to see if the grass was really greener on the other side of the fence. I lived in several large cities. I was able to gain experience in trademark law, cosmetology, customer service, and business ownership. Whenever I am tasked with doing something, it gets 100% of my focus and I do it to the best of my ability. In this fashion, I quickly worked my way up the ladder to retail executive management in one of the largest companies in the world. After living in cities for almost ten years, I realized that the grass really wasn't greener on that side of the fence. I couldn't quiet the calling in my heart for the wide-open spaces that I had always loved. So, I decided to go back to my beloved Montana.I returned home to ranch life and shortly after met and married my soul mate, Shane. Our son, Stone, completed our family several years later. We specialize in raising draft cross horses (Percheron/Quarter Horse, Gypsy Vanner/Quarter Horse, and Draft Mules) and running our commercial cow/calf operation. We also offer grass-fed beef twice per year. We ranch in two different states (South Dakota and Montana). I enjoy spending time with my family, horses, and cattle. I also rope and am learning how to compete in mounted shooting. I enjoy videography and photography. I advocate for agriculture through my blog (The Native Cowgirl), writing, and public speaking. I love to help rural entrepreneurs up their presence on social media and grow their businesses. I am all about spreading positivity and enlightenment wherever I go. I'm very focused on helping people however I can!Having such deep-rooted respect and love for the land, real estate was a natural choice for me, and I am very passionate about it! I am grateful to be a licensed Realtor with the Corder and Associates team. As a fifth-generation rancher, I know the importance of finding the perfect place to fit your needs. I am here to work for you. I take pride in the level of customer service that I offer. I absolutely love working with clients (selling or buying) so it is a positive experience for everyone. I look forward to working with you and helping you find your own little piece of Montana heaven!