Welcome to our ranch

Thank you for visiting our site! Little Bitterroot Ranch is a 4th-generation family-owned cattle operation located in the foothills of the Little Bitterroot Valley. The ranch is operated by Frank and Marilynn Carr, with their son Shannon being the fourth generation. The region is semiarid (9 inches annually).  Cattle range on dry land pastures until midsummer when they are put on irrigated pastures.  We run around 90 mother cows.

We are selling the bulls by private treaty at base price with no bidding.  Yearling heifers are also available for sale.  It has been impressed on us that we would like a closer working relationship with our customers, for we have said many times, relationships are more important than the cattle sold. We miss the hands on feeding and managing of our bulls to ensure soundness, quality, and trouble free breeding stock. Therefore, we are excited to offer a phenomenal set of bulls this year through private treaty here on the ranch.

Visitors are always welcome to view our cattle on the ranch. Please feel free to set up a time for viewing and join us for a hot cup of coffee or a meal. If coming to the ranch does not work for you, please give us a call! Or you can view the pictured and videoed lots by clicking on the ad above or clicking on “2020 Bull Sale” under the “Cattle Sales” header. We don’t want this web site to be something you use only once a year during Bull Sale time, so please feel free to see what we are up to throughout the year by reading our blog.

Frank & Marilynn Carr

Latest News
Happenings at LBR
Happy New Year 2020! January 1, 2020 - Happy New Year from the Carrs!  The Little Bitterroot Ranch was a busy place this Christmas season!  We had all our family home for the Holiday season except one grandson (we have 21 Grand kids and one Great Grand baby in all). This was the first time we've all been together since 2014. We greatly… Read More
Newest Recipe
Where’s the Beef?
Barbecued Meatballs January 26, 2020 - The number one requested dish at our church potlucks is Barbecued Meatballs.  Our dear friends and fellow ranchers, Scott and Linda Ambo, use to make this famous dish for every church potluck.  Sadly, they moved away a couple of years ago leaving a great void of not only missing our close friends, but Linda's famous… Read More