160+/- Deeded Acres
The Haakon County Cropland 160 acres consists of over 124 acres of farmable cropland, and over 35 acres of prime upland game habitat, Current cropland acres are planted to spring wheat for the 2020 season and currently rented for $40 per acre. The primary soils include Ottumwa-Lakoma complex. This soil series is a Class III soil with soil productivity index of 55-57. It has a 3 to 6 percent slope. These productive Haakon county soils are excellent for no-till grain operation. Crops grown in the area include: corn, wheat, grain sorghum, sunflowers, and some soybeans. This particular area can produce 85-120 bushel corn, 40-70 bushels/acre of winter wheat and spring wheat, grain sorghum 70-100 bushels/acre, and the most profitable crop can be sunflowers which can yield as high as 2,500 lbs/acre.
Located straight north of Midland, SD about 8-9 miles, which has grain marketing facilities and a bird manufacturing facility. Access is excellent from SD Hwy #14-63, turn west on Saddle Butte road 2.5 miles then .5 miles south on 247th Ave, then east .5 miles.
This area has become known for tremendous upland game hunting, especially the Ringneck Pheasant.