About Us

We don’t go to the rodeo to be seen, we go to rope and ride. And win.

We don’t fish so we can post pictures of our 20-inch trout, we know the rivers well enough to help other people catch 20-inch trout.

We’re not introducing ourselves just to shake hands, we’re shaking hands to form a bond that’s good for life.

When you work with PureWest Ranches, you’re not getting a broker, you’re getting all of us—and everything we know about Montana.
Our connections to it. And our connections to people who want to be here.

Jim Toth

Jim Toth

Jim's degrees in Agronomy and Ag Business help him understand the realities of farming and ranching life.

Working with Fay Ranches, Ranch Marketing Associates and now PureWest Ranches, he expanded new markets throughout Montana, Wyoming, Idaho and Oregon, while consistently setting new marks in sales along the way.

Jim also founded one of the west's largest fly fishing outfitters, shop and lodge—Grizzly Hackle Fishing Co.—before partnering in the Silver Bow Club, a fishing and hunting ranch development on the Big Hole and Beaverhead Rivers.
Chuck Davison

Chuck Davison

Chuck has participated in over $300 million in ranch transactions, representing both buyers and sellers.

He spent his formative years working the family ranch in Wyoming. After graduating from the University of Wyoming, Chuck began operating Montana Outdoor Expedition, a booking agency for hunting and fishing trips.

In 2002, Chuck transitioned to ranch sales. His notable transactions include the Bullis Creek and Twelve Springs ranches in Livingston, MT, and the Sun Ranch outside of Ennis, MT.
Bill Boyce

Bill Boyce

Bill roped calves, team roped and steer wrestled for the Montana State University Rodeo Team that won the College National Finals in 1988.

Since 1989, he has lived on his family’s ranch outside of Lewistown, MT, where he runs Black Angus cattle and a hunting outfitting business.

Prior to joining PureWest Ranches, Bill spent 10-plus years with Fay Ranches.

As he winds down a 30-year pro rodeo cowboy career—which netted two All-Around titles on the Montana circuit—Bill has shifted his focus to training horses and helping his son, Brady, pursue rodeo championships of his own.
 Caleb Campbell

Caleb Campbell

Caleb draws his experience from being a fourth generation Montanan, whose family has been raising cattle, crops, and horses since Montana was a territory. In addition, Caleb and his family are in the land and water resource development business.

Graduating from Montana State University in Animal Science, Caleb understands modern agriculture and its fine balance with land stewardship. Caleb is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys hunting and fishing the backcountry of Montana. He also takes pride in raising and training top quality American Quarter Horses and you can most likely find him at your local jackpot team roping on Friday nights.

Caleb believes in honesty and fair dealing and will bring next generation efficiency in helping any client buy or sell a Montana ranch property.