480 +/- Acre Recreational Property in Fall River County, South Dakota


Located in Fall River County, near Edgemont, SD is a hidden one-of-a-kind recreational property. There are approximately 480 +/- acres of pasture and recreational land that includes a mixture of deciduous and cedar trees.

Cheyenne River Ranch is a Black Hills recreational masterpiece! It’s an all contiguous ranch that consists of 480 +/- deeded acres in Fall River County, South Dakota with the Cheyenne River running through the east side of the property, feeding into the Angostura Reservoir. There are two 40-acre parcels of the Black Hills National Forest on two sides of the property, offering endless views! On the north side of the property sits over 11,000 acres of the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary, which is home to over 350 mustangs that you can see from the ridgelines. This property offers many different locations to build that dream home or hunting cabin with breathtaking views in all directions!

The ranch is home to many different wildlife species including whitetail deer, elk, turkey, grouse, bobcats, mountain lions, and bighorn sheep. The river offers an abundance of different fish, including channel catfish, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, yellow bullheads, and walleye.

The current owners have installed miles of underground water lines that feed three wildlife drinkers and hydrants throughout the property and have drilled a brand new well in July of 2022. Over 1,000 various trees make this a hunter’s paradise. Noxious weeds and cheat grass have been well maintained over the last year, with plans to keep the ranch clean and free of thistles, noxious weeds, and cheatgrass.

A new gravel road has been built into the main entrance of the property, along with a new gravel road leading up into the high country of the ranch. With the topography, you could run cows year-round on this ranch, with great winter protection down low.

There are no current leases on the property! Don’t miss this opportunity to own a property with majestic views, western sky sunsets, and the Cheyenne River running through it!

Legal Description:

N1/2SE1/4, SE1/4SE1/4, SEC 9, TWP 9 RG 4; SW1/4NE1/4, SE1/4NW1/4, SW1/4SW1/4, E1/2SW1/4, SEC 10, TWP 9, RG 4; NW1/4NW1/4, SEC 15, TWP 9, RG 4; E1/2NE1/4, SW1/4NE1/4, SEC 16 TWP 9, RG 4

Cheyenne River Ranch is located:

– 25 miles from Edgemont, South Dakota
-Just under an hour to Custer, South Dakota & Custer State Park
– 75 miles from Rapid City, South Dakota

Local Attractions:

Custer State Park is South Dakota’s largest and first state park. It covers over 71,000 acres of varied terrain, including rolling prairie grasslands and rugged mountains. Other nearby attractions include Wind Cave National Park, Mount Rushmore, Jewel Cave National Monument, Crazy Horse Memorial, and the Badlands National Park. 

FallRiver05

LAND AUCTION – 162 +/- Acre Dryland Farm in Harlan County, NE


LAND AUCTION

Friday, August 26th at 10:00 a.m.

Johnson Center
509 Main Street
Alma, Nebraska 68920

Up for auction is an outstanding dryland farm in Harlan County, Nebraska. This farm offers 86% Holdrege silt loam soils with good access off a gravel road. This top-quality farm is located south of Stamford, Nebraska, and is a great opportunity to own a nice laying and well cared for farm!

Legal Description – Northeast 1/4 Section 30, Township 1 North, Range 20 West

FSA Information
Total Cropland Acres: 157.51

Wheat – 102.7 Base Acres – 51 PLC Yield
Corn – 4.4 Base Acres – 115 PLC Yield
Grain Sorghum – 26.6 Base Acres – 114 PLC Yield
Soybeans – 0.4 Base Acres – 59 PLC Yield

Total Base Acres – 134.1

 

Harlan07

LAND AUCTION – 640.61 +/- Acre Pasture in Custer County – Offered in 2 tracts or as an entire parcel


LAND AUCTION

Friday, October 14th at 1:30 p.m.
Custer County Fairgrounds | 4-H Building
44100 Memorial Drive
Broken Bow, NE 68822

640.61 +/- Acres offered in 2 tracts or as an entire parcel

Centrally located hardland pasture that would be a great addition to any cattle operation. For the avid outdoorsman, there is outstanding recreational potential. Access to the property is by township road located on the west side. Currently, water is supplied by one windmill and water wells from neighboring properties.

Tract 1 Acres – 319.65 +/-   Tract 1 Real Estate Taxes – $3,510.00

Tract 2 Acres – 320.96 +/-   Tract 2 Real Estate Taxes – $3,403.76

Legal Descriptions – North 1/2 Section 16, Township 15 North, Range 21 West; South 1/2 Northeast 1/4 & Southeast 1/4 Section 8, Township 15 North, Range 21 West; North 1/2 Northeast 1/4 Section 17, Township 15 North, Range 21 West

Water Wells – Three windmills are located on the property. Two of the three windmills are not working. There are three tanks on the property where water is supplied from the neighbors’ wells. All water tanks are owned by the tenant.

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410.23 +/- Acre Combination Farm in Franklin County, NE

Good non-irrigated cropland and hardland pasture centrally located for Nebraska and Kansas farmers and ranchers! This property offers dams and electric well for water sources and has great access with a gravel road running through the property. Subject to 2022 crop and grazing lease. A school land lease is available with this property.

Legal Description – North 1/2; North 1/2 Southwest 1/4 in Section 21, Township 1 North, Range 16 West in Franklin County, Nebraska

Franklin13

LAND AUCTION – 186.90 +/- Acres in York County


LAND AUCTION

Tuesday, June 21st at 10 a.m.
Bradshaw Community Center
455 Lincoln Street
Bradshaw, Nebraska 68319

Up for auction is a highly productive irrigated farm in York County. With 95% Class I soils and located near multiple elevators and ethanol plants, there’s not a better farm in the area!

Legal Description – Pt of NE1/4 South of Railroad & SE1/4 EXC S 37 Rods of W 68 Rods Section 35, Township 11 North, Range 4 West

Well Information
#G-043474 drilled on 11/12/1974, pump rate 1,300 GPM, pump column 9″, total depth 159′, static water level 85′, pumping water level 109′ (this well feeds pivot).

#G-003258 Drilled on 4/20/1956, pump rate 1,000 GPM, pump column 8″, total depth 138′, static water level 78′, pumping water level 98′

FSA Information
Cropland Acres: 179.19
Corn: 171.0 base acres
Grain Sorghum: .30 base acres
Total Base Acres: 171.3

*Located in the Upper Blue NRD.

*Pivot is owned by the tenant.

Teel Family Farms – 545.45 +/- Acres in Sheridan County, KS – Offered in 4 Tracts


This very productive 545.45 +/- acre dryland farm offers a great opportunity to add premium acres to your farm or land portfolio.  Boasting 327.65+/- acres of prime Class II & III soils on over 90% of all tillable acres and a near flush topography, you don’t find many farms of this caliber on the open market.  These tracts are open to the new buyer for the 2022 crop year.  Several grass draws running through these tracts are scattered with thickets, brush, & heavy CRP grasses providing perfect wildlife habitat for the abundant mule deer and upland game on these properties.

If a tract is not under contract from a new buyer by April planting dates, the tenant will farm the tract for the 2022 crop year. The buyer(s) will be subject to a 1/3, 2/3 crop share lease agreement with the tenant.  Sellers mineral rights are to be conveyed with the sale of this farm.

Legal Descriptions

Tract 1 – S26, T06, R26W, ACRES 156.0, NW4 LESS RD R/W
Tract 2 – S27, T06, R26W, 6th Principal Meridian, ACRES 76, N2 NE4 LESS RD R/W
Tract 3 – S24, T06, R26W, 6th Principal Meridian, ACRES 156, NW4 LESS RD R/W
Tract 4 – S23, T06, R26W, 6th Principal Meridian, ACRES 154, NE4 LESS RD R/W

 

Tract 1 Property Details

Tract 1 offers 117.75 +/- acres of premium cropland comprised of a majority Class II Keith silt loam soils.  The remaining 37 +/- acres consist of long grass draws stretching through the tract, scattered with thin tree lines, thickets, and heavy brush, providing great wildlife habitat for the mule deer and upland birds that frequent this farm tract.

Total Acres – 154.75 +/-
Dryland Acres – 117.75 +/- Grassland Acres – 37.00 +/-

Property Taxes – $971.48

Price – $340,625.00

 

Tract 2 Property Details

Tract 2 showcases the incredible tillable acres on this farm.  Consisting of 71.22 +/- acres of fertile Class II & III soils, and a near-level layout spread across most of this parcel, this tract offers an incredible investment opportunity for all farmers and investors. The remaining 6.37+/- acres are an old farmstead and tree line offering great mule deer habitat for the local deer herds that frequent this property.

Total Acres – 77.59 +/-
Dryland Acres – 71.22 +/- Grassland Acres – 6.37 +/-

Property Taxes – $600.34

Price – $186,012.50

 

Tract 3 Property Details

Tract 3 is a great combination farm offering top-quality cropland with impeccable upland game hunting.  There are 107.64 +/- prime tillable acres, 49.18+/- acres of grass pasture with a farmstead, and a thick CRP grass strip with world-class upland game hunting.  This tract has all you need for an investment property with recreational potential!

Total Acres – 156.82 +/-
Dryland Acres – 107.64 +/- Grassland Acres – 49.18 +/-

Property Taxes – $959.60

Price – $330,575.00

 

Tract 4 Property Details

Tract 4 offers 125.25 +/- acres of large rolling grass hills covered in lush late-season grasses, with 31.04 +/- acres of fenced-off tillable acres in the southeast corner of the property.  Surrounding the outside perimeter is a four-wire barbed wire fence in fair condition.  At the southeast corner of the grass pasture is a stock tank fed by a submersible well to the east, located on Tract 3.  There is currently an active oil well on the property and all seller-owned mineral rights will transfer with the sale of this tract. *Grass is subject to lease at $25/acre for the 2022 grazing season.

Total Acres – 156.29 +/-
Dryland Acres – 31.04 +/- Grassland Acres – 125.25 +/-

Property Taxes – $375.72

Price – $234,162.50

 

KS Sheridan05

762.06 +/- Acre Land Auction in Red Willow County – Offered in 2 Tracts


AgWest Land Brokers is proud to offer 2 tracts of dryland cropland being brought to auction on Tuesday, March 15th, 2022 at 10:00 A.M. at the Red Willow County Fairgrounds in McCook, Nebraska. The auction will consist of 762.06 +/- acres (per assessor). Productive soils and great access will make these properties a great addition to any operation!

 

Tract 1

  • Legal Description: The West Half of the Northeast Quarter, the East Half of the Northwest Quarter, and the Southwest Quarter of Section Thirteen (13), Township Two (2) North, Range Twenty-seven (27) West of the 6th P.M.
  • Property Taxes: $3,970.30

FSA Information:

  • Total cropland acres: 317.46
  • Corn: 91.67 base acres – 84 PLC Yield
  • Wheat: 10.87 base acres – 39 PLC Yield
  • Soybeans: 2.99 base acres – 39 PLC Yield
  • Grain Sorghum: 3.11 base acres – 57 PLC Yield
  • Total base acres: 108.64

Driving Directions: From Lebanon travel north on Bartley Road/403 Road approximately 5 miles to 710 Road. Travel west on 710 Road for 1 mile to Road 402 then head north on Road 402 for another mile. The road will turn into 711 Road and you will go west for 0.5 miles. There will be a driveway into the farm and signs posted.

 

Tract 2

  • Legal Description: The East 1/2 Northeast West 1/2 Northwest Southwest 1/4 & West 1/2 Southeast of Section Four (4), Township One (1) North, Range Twenty-seven (27) West of the 6th P.M.
  • Property Taxes: $5,379.52

FSA Information:

  • Total cropland acres: 422.55
  • Corn: 96.83 base acres – 84 PLC Yield
  • Wheat: 1.19 base acres – 39 PLC Yield
  • Grain Sorghum: 6.37 base acres – 57 PLC Yield
  • Total base acres: 104.39

Driving Directions: From Danbury travel east on Highway 89 for 1 mile to 398 Road. Head north on 398 Road for approximately 1.5 miles. The property will be on the northeast corner of Road 707 and 398 Road.

 

RedWillow07&08

163.94 +/- Acre Combination Farm in Franklin County

  • Nice combination farm northeast of Franklin, NE.
  • Includes an irrigation well and power unit.
  • Good fences around the pasture land.
  • Pivot is owned by the tenant.
  • Subject to 2022 lease.

Legal Description – NW1/4 Section 28-T3N-R13W

 

FSA Information

Total Cropland Acres: 57.09

Wheat: 7.06 Base Acres – PLC Yield 45

Corn: 27.75 Base Acres – PLC Yield 139

Grain Sorghum: 1.23 Base Acres – PLC Yield 89

Soybeans: 20.97 Base Acres – PLC Yield 44

Total Base Acres: 57.01

 

Well Information

Well #198619, drilled in 2009, 500 gpm, static level 46 ft., pumping level 56 ft., well depth 100 ft.

 

Franklin12

178.67 +/- Acre Recreational Property & Cropland


Take advantage of this deluxe recreational property located right off of Interstate 80 and only a 20-minute drive from North Platte, NE!  With the South Platte River neighboring the property to the north, this 178.67 +/- acre property is a wildlife haven and offers an abundance of hunting and outdoor opportunities.  There is approximately 3/4 of a mile of creek bottom, which large whitetail deer, wild turkeys, ducks, geese, and upland birds tend to call home.  The property has several established trees for that nightly roost and offers plenty of feed with the 98.78 +/- acres of farm ground that lays level along the south side of this property.  The farm ground consists of 78 acres of dryland and 20.78 +/- acres of gravity irrigated ground, with the irrigation well pumping 1995 gpm with only a 6 ft. static water level.  The farm ground consists of 93.7% class II & III soils and has great gravel road access.  Take advantage of this opportunity to own a great recreational property!

Legal Description – PT. Lots 3,4, & 5, & ACC & PT. S 1/2 SW 1/4, Lying N of I-80 Section 34 Township 14 North Range 34 West

Irrigation & Well Information – #G-036326, drilled in 1971, 1995 gpm, static level    6 ft., pumping level 85 ft., well depth 130 ft. with a diesel motor.

FSA Information

Total Cropland Acres: 98.78

Wheat: 57.14 Base Acres

Corn: 40.0 Base Acres

Total Base Acres: 97.14

**Located in the Twin Platte NRD with 20.78 Certified Irrigated Acres.

**Final legal description will be per survey when complete.

Lincoln08

 

234.65 +/- Acre Combination Farm in Graham County, KS


Here is an incredible opportunity to purchase a diverse farm located just south of  Penokee, Kansas along the intersection of County Road K and 170th Ave.  Roughly 109 +/- tillable acres consisting of fertile Class II & III soils stretch over this property and are able to produce corn, wheat, milo, and a variety of forage and cover crops.  The remaining 125.63 +/- acres are rolling grasslands with a deep river bed cutting through the middle of the property.  This tract is surrounded by a four-wire barbed wire fence in good condition and is cross fenced down the center of the property allowing for easy cattle rotation.  With a submersible well located at the old farmstead, this incredible property is ready for cattle this spring.  Deep draws, thickets, evergreens, and lush grasses offer great wildlife habitat for the areas upland game, whitetail, and mule deer population that frequent the property.  This farm also has 19.90 +/- acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program and is contracted for $38.10/acre, with the contract set to expire 9/30/2022.

Legal Description: S08, T09, R24, S2 NW4 & SW4 LESS RD R/W

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