DAVE SMITH REALTY
David has a very extensive ranching background. His experience comes from owning and managing a livestock grazing, farming and feeding/backgrounding business for 30 years in Eastern
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David has a very extensive ranching background. His experience comes from owning and managing a livestock grazing, farming and feeding/backgrounding business for 30 years in Eastern Montana.
Dave involves himself in his community and in 1992 was chosen to represent the Montana Jaycees in the outstanding young farmer program at the annual convention in Memphis Tennessee. Dave prides himself in good stewardship practices and in 1994 Smith Cattle Inc., (David's family) was given the environmental stewardship award from the National Cattleman Association for their effort in improving the environment.
As a long time Montana Stockgrowers member, Dave was the Marketing committee Chairman, as well as a Resource Advisory Council member to the Bureau of Land management. In addition, David served two terms as the Southeaster Montana Livestock Association President.
As a landowner representative on the Hunter Behavior Advisory Council, David worked with the Fish, Wildlife and Parks Department, which also went hand-in-hand with the Hunter Education program that he has been involved with as an instructor for 21 years.
With David's background second to none, he is excited to work with people in that business. Whether buying or selling, he will bring his honest, on the ground, in the trenches Montana perspective and his extensive 1st class experience.
With Dave and his wife owning investment properties, he has had personal experience in 1031 exchanges. Dave and Jody live in Miles City were they keep their fingers in with a small production farm, raising cattle and horses. They have 5 boys, 4 daughter-in-laws and 14 grandchildren.