$2,926 per Acre
Location: From Hwy 14/Ree Heights: 3 miles west on Hwy 14 from the Ree Heights corner, then 7 miles south on 346 Ave, then 1 mile west on the newly constructed road on 204 St, property will be on the south side of the road.
Snap Shot: All Contiguous, Combination of High Quality Crop Land and Native Prairie Pasture, 3 Dams which 2 are Spring Fed, Access Road Installed, Trees Buried, Interior Fences Taken Down, 7,160’ of New Fencing, and Rock Picked!
Legal Descriptions: All of Section 18, all of Section 19, NW1/4 Section 20, N1/2 and SW1/4 Section 30 all in Spring Hill Township, T111N-R70W of the 5th PM Hand Co, S.D.
Total Taxes: $7,339
Owners: Hand Land, LLC
Attention Row Crop Farmers, Cattle Producers & Investors!
Located approximately 11 miles southwest of Ree Heights, SD, on the Hand County line, this land boasts 778.93 crop land acres according to FSA, rolling hill pastures, spring fed water sources and a gravel pit. Attractive to farm operators, cattle producers, recreational enthusiasts and investors, this is an opportunity to own a 1,353.84+/- acre contiguous tract, that has been improved by removing interior fences, erecting 7,160’ of new fencing, burying trees, picking rock, converting grass to cropland and constructing a new road for easy access!
The 778.93 crop land acres have a strong overall productivity index of .66 with an undulating to rolling topography. The majority of the crop land soils are highly productive, mainly made up of Class II Eakin-Raber complex with an impressive .80 productivity index! Enrolled in ARC-CO, there are currently 363.2 base acres with 146.80 acre wheat base with a 30 bu PLC yield, 38.90 acre oat base with 43 bu, 108.30 acre corn base with 68 bu, 42 acre sunflower base with 1003 lb and a 27.2 acre barley base with 31 bu yield. With the improvements done, this farm is convenient for modern day equipment as you can farm up to 2.5 miles straight!
The virgin sod pasture, well maintained with gentle stocking rates and a rolling topography, offers 3 dams with 2 being spring fed, a stock dam, other natural waterways, strong fences, and quality native grasses. The gravel pit is located on the north side of the property near 204th St, which has been opened and has the potential to be mined. With water sources on all ends of this property one could open the fences after harvest and let livestock graze across the entire parcel! This property is currently rented for the 2017 farming and grazing season.
Conveniently secluded in central South Dakota with panoramic views, the recreational attributes are tremendous on this property which include hunting whitetail, mule deer, grouse, pheasants and more! If you have been waiting for a strong working ranch with a combination of crop and grass land, the opportunity has arose, so take advantage of this tremendous asset! Call today with any questions!
*Soil information is provided by Surety Agridata. Cropland acres are based on FSA information.
TERMS: This is a cash sale. Property Sold As Is. Not responsible for accidents.
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