Stanley County Wheat Farm
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Stanley County Wheat Farm consists of 360 total acres of land of which over 322 acres are considered cropland by the FSA. The recent abundant rains in Stanley County and properly applied starter fertilizer has given this crop a great start into the 2019 season.
This farm is located 12 miles north of Midland, SD which has a small town atmosphere and good grain market including a new bird seed terminal. Access 1 mile east of Hiway 14-63 to Bad River Rd or 259th Ave provides excellent access to the cropland.
The promise clay soils are a Class III soil and provide excellent soil profile for winter wheat, spring wheat, sunflowers, millet, and corn. This particular area of Stanley County can produce corn yields of 60-100+ bushels and over 50-60 bushels for winter wheat in good years. Sunflowers can top over 2000 lbs per acre. This farm can provide an investor an opportunity to invest in good quality land. The potential for upland game hunting and deer hunting provides an extra bonus for the investor looking to provide a lifetime of memories for their friends or family.
Improvements include several RV hookups with 50, 30, and 20 Amp service and new septic tank for your motorhomes. Grain bins include (3) 3000 bushel bins, (1) 4500 bushel bin (2) 2200 bushel bins
|FSA Cropland:||322+/- acres|
|Improvements:||Grain Bins, Rural Water, Electrical, and RV hookups|
|Hunting:||Pheasant, Grouse, Mule Deer, Whitetail Deer, and Coyote|
|Latitude and Long:||44.186987, -101.091743|
|Current Operartion:||Grain Farm, Hunting recreation|
|Access:||Good Gravel Road|