$1,200,000 562.36 Acres

This prime piece of farm ground is a perfect combination of productive cropland, grassland, fenced creek bottom, and Bin/Homestead site. The previous crop consisted of millet. Cropland soils include predominately Highmore – Glenham silt loams ( PI 80), Eakin – Raber silt loams (84), and Demky – Cavo silt loams (PI 60). These  Class II and Class III soils have the capacity to produce top yields. The soil productivity tops 92 with some Highmore silt loams. Grain improvements include: (2) 12,000 bushel bins and (1) 10,000 bushel bin. There is great access for grain harvest along gravel road 208th Street with  short hauls on US HWY 34 or 14 to Blunt or Harrold both with excellent terminals to market grain. The recreational opportunities are limitless with famed waterfowl hunting on the edge of Central South Dakota’s infamous “Pocket” while pheasants are in no shortage here, the upland gamesmen will bust some wild roosters while others pay to play with pen raised pheasants. Invest in the heartland and own your own piece of the American Dream.
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The Hughes County Cropland is located 24 miles east of Pierre, SD on Hwy #34 and 4-5 miles north. Grain markets are located in Pierre, Ft. Pierre, Onida, Highmore, and Harrold which will include the new pulse plant to be opened in 2017. All elevators provide state of the art unloading facilities and fertilizer plants. Located in the heart of central SD near Lake Sharpe and not far from the West Bend Recreation area. Lake Sharpe area provides ample opportunities for our world class walleye fishing, boating, tubing, jet skiing, and sailing.
This productive unit consists of 468.47 acres a cropland. Cropland soils include predominately Highmore –Glenham silt loams ( PI 80), Eakin – Raber silt loams (84), and Demky – Cavo silt loams (PI 60). These Class II and Class III soils have the capacity to produce top yields. The soil productivity tops 92 with some Highmore silt loams. Be sure to study the soil maps and you will agree that these soils are capable of producing top yields in Hughes County. Cropland rotations include corn, grain sorghum, wheat, soybeans, oats, sunflowers, or millet. For the hunter plenty of pheasants and grouse will explode from this unit. Grain improvements include: (2) 12,000 bushel bins and (1) 10,000 bushel bin. Great access from 208th Street, go 24 miles to 318th Avenue then 6.5 miles north to 208th, then travel 3 miles west
For the recreational and investment buyers the opportunity of owning an investment that will not only give you a return on investment, but also the security of land ownership. Imagine the experience of a lifetime of hunting upland game, waterfowl, and big game. This farm will provide many hours of special memories for you and your family with hunting, atv riding, or trail riding. Think of spending the weekend with your family and friends and the thrill of listening to the pheasant cackle or watching a beautiful South Dakota prairie sunset.
Current Operation
The current owner rotates the cropland between corn, wheat, grain sorghum, millet, soybeans and sunflowers

Property Snapshot

Price: $1,200,000.00
Acres: 562.36 Acres
Latitude & Long: 44.366795, -99.866330
FSA CropLand Acres: 468.47 +/- acres
Price Per Acre: $2,133/acre
Grain Storage: 34,000 bushels
Soil Productivity Index: 92-80

Listing Broker

Todd Schuetzle

(605) 280-3115
[email protected]

Dakota Land Co.

“Our roots grow deep in agriculture and our commitment to the land produces exceptional results for our clients.”