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Pondera County is ideal for young families interested in agriculture « Back to Search Results Featured Item!
Posted on: June 19, 2017
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Pondera County agriculture continues to grow and is looking for the next generation of family farms. Known as the Golden Triangle because of the yellow color of the crops, Pondera County grows some of the best winter wheat in the United States.

Rural agriculture covers approximately 1,640 square miles of this county which varies from flat to the Continental Divide. Most farms are family-owned and raise wheat, barley, hay and livestock. The robust agriculture and several oil and natural gas employers make Pondera County a great place to start a family.

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Glacier County was formerly part Chouteau County from 1865  to 1893 when it became a  part of Teton County before becoming an indepentent county in 1919. About 70.85 percent of the Glacier County's land area lies within the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. Another 20.58 percent lies within Glacier National Park at the county's extreme west. Its county seat is Cut Bank.