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In the fertile valley situated near Hot Springs, Montana, approximately 40 acres of thriving alfalfa are available. The acreage is negotiable, and the boundary line adjustment is to be completed prior to the sale. The property borders Hot Springs Creek and rewards you with outstanding mountain views. On average, the acreage produces nearly 100 tons of nutrient rich hay providing your livestock with feed or extra income. In addition, the surrounding area is rich with opportunities to hunt, fish, hike, camp, view wildlife, boat, and much more. Lolo National Forest sprawls out 6 miles west of the property as part of the Cabinet Mountain Range. Relax your aches and pains away in the hot springs! The blossoming and nutrient dense alfalfa field is a sight to see. The scenery will make swathing and baling a treat!Local AreaHot Springs, Montana is a historic town that was founded in 1910. It is no mystery how the town was named! The local hot springs that bubble attract visitors in search of relaxation and relief from aches and pains. The healing powers of the mineral water and mud baths helped create the town's motto: limp in...leap out! The area is situated along the western side of the state where recreational opportunities are endless. Plenty of lakes, rivers and streams allow fisherman solitude while angling. Thousands of acres of Forest Service and BLM land give the opportunities of hunting, hiking, camping, wildlife viewing, and more to everyone. Be sure to visit the LaRue Hot Springs Museum to walk back in time and relive the homesteader life. The photographs and historic artifacts are captivating!