This is the ideal bird hunter's paradise. This 1,994 acre unit is three miles east-west by two miles north-south. Three miles of the Teton River runs west to east through the site providing the foundation for the habitat base. There are approximately 900 acres that are cropped. The crop acres vary depending on habitat and food plot plantings. There are numerous shelter belts located on slopes facing east and southeast. The Cross B has meandering river-bottom habitat, hillside and ravine habitat with cropland and food plots scattered throughout. From an upland bird-management standpoint, the Cross B has cover and habitat for all weather conditions and all hunting styles. There are 131.0 acres in C.R.P. and many more acres in various habitat plantings. The lodge is tastefully finished and comfortable. There are fourteen beds in nine bedrooms with a large dining/kitchen area and a rec room. The garage is fully finished and set up for processing birds. The outbuildings are used for storage and one shed has dog kennels. The owners are in the process of obtaining a shooting preserve license. The Cross B is a few miles north of Dutton with easy freeway access.