The Smith 640 is a hunter's dream property. The ranch consists of 640 acres of which roughly 320 is seeded into a combination of winter and spring wheat. Pheasants Turkeys, and other upland birds are typically seen on the ranch and their numbers could be greatly improved with further habitat development. Mule deer and Elk frequent the grain fields and pine filled draws. The ranch also boarders 6,200 acres of BLM Land. The Judith River is a short distance away and boasts populations of small mouth bass, catfish, walleye, Northern pike and Brown Trout. The ranch boasts many additional areas primed for food plots, shelter belts, bedding areas, and other wildlife friendly improvements to greatly increase the existing hunting opportunities.