Sully County Cropland
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The Sully County Cropland consists of 240+/- total deeded acres, of which over 240 acres FSA considers cropland.
Current cropland acres are planted to Winter Wheat and have a cash lease until 2020 with a rental rate of $80/acre. The primary soils include Highmore Silt Loam and Mobridge Silt Loam. These class II soils have productivity indexes ranging from 91-94 SPI. Highly productive cropland in the area. These productive soils provide for an excellent grain rotation including corn, soybeans, wheat, grain sorghum and sunflowers. This particular area can produce 100-140 per acre bushel corn, with 40-70 bushels/acre of winter or spring wheat, and the most profitable crop of sunflowers which can yield over #2,500.
Located 15 miles Northeast of Onida and Southeast of Gettysburg allows for ample services for agronomy and supplies.
Access is excellent gravel roads from 320th Avenue, ease of grain removal possibly to Onida’s new Ethanol plant, now open for business.
This country is known for ample wildlife including South Dakota’s state bird the Ringneck Pheasant and one of the Best kept Duck hunting ponds in South Dakota.
|FSA Cropland:||240+/- acres|
|Latitude and Long:||44.777465, -99.752227|
|Current Operation:||Cash Lease, Grain Farm|
|Access:||Gravel Road 320th Ave|