The Sweeting Ranch

Sweeting RanchAt the Sweeting Ranch we run about three hundred-head of Angus cows and approximately 50 head of Katahdin sheep on 4400 acres. We also have some of the best deer hunting in Montana.  We strive to be good stewards of the land that the Lord has entrusted us with.  We are blessed to have our son Burl and his wife Christie working with us in the daily operations of the ranch.  Our daughter Marsha and her husband Creed live in Lewistown so they are able to help out when needed.  We are truly blessed to have our grandchildren close by.
Katahdin sheep :  Angus feeder calves : Working stock dogs
Ranch History:  My Father and Mother bought this ranch in 1978, moving here from North Eastern Montana where my great grandparents homesteaded. My father passed away in the fall of 1980 after a horse accident.  My husband John and I moved to the ranch in 1980 to work with my mother in the management of the ranch. Our son Burl and his wife Christie moved to Lewistown in the fall of 2015 to become partners in the operation of the ranch. We are thrilled to have them here and to know the ranch will stay in the family.
John and Marsha on the old John Deere

John and Marsha on the old Deere