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. 

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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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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.

 

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Kalinowski Ranch – 801.36 +/- Acres & Home with Outbuildings


If you’re looking to start or expand your current operation, here is the chance you’ve been waiting for!  Located only a few miles west of the wonderful community of Oconto, NE, right off a well-maintained gravel road, sits the well-managed Kalinowski Ranch.  There is a total of 801.36 +/- acres split up into 9 different pastures for rotational grazing with 4-5 barbed wire fences and 7 additional pens around the house that all have 7 ft. fences.  There are approximately 48 +/- acres that the sellers hay in the summer months, with a fenced-in bale yard for hay storage.  The property has been aerial sprayed for buckbrush and the cedars have been well maintained.  The property is currently leased for the 2022 grazing season, running 100 cow/calf pairs for a six-month period.

Running from the two-year-old well is over 16,000 ft. of underground waterlines connected to 8 tanks and 12 hydrants.  The many established shelterbelts provide a great source of protection for livestock and are an attraction for all wildlife in the area.

For ease of operation, there are two sets of corrals on the ranch.  The main corrals, near the house, are set up with windbreaks and 8 ft. fences with stout 8 ft. steel gates and loadout area.  The second set of corrals are across the road to the southeast of the headquarters and are set up for branding and preconditioning.  There are two barns, both have electricity and lights, a small storage shed, and a large 4,600 sq. ft. steel building with 220 and 110-volt outlets.

The home on this property was built in 1920 and is 1,970 sq. ft. with 4 bedrooms and 1 bathroom.  There are also a few rooms that are essential to every “farmhouse” which include a mudroom, laundry room, front porch, and a storm shelter/cellar.  Several built-in cabinets provide great storage and the central heating and air keep the home comfortable year-round.

This property has been in the Kalinowski family for the past 49 years, raising everything from cattle, elk, ostriches, yak, exotic deer, and many more. Don’t miss this opportunity to now make it yours for many years to come!

Legal Descriptions

Parcel ID: 000092000

Legal:  S ½ NW Section 4 Township 13 North Range 22 West GOVT Lots 3-4 160.74 +/- Acres

Parcel ID: 000092200

Legal: Section 5 Township 13 North Range 22 West GOVT Lots 1-2 80.58 +/- Acres

Parcel ID: 000098100

Legal: SE ¼ Section 32 Township 14 North Range 22 West 160 +/- Acres

Parcel ID: 000098200

Legal: SW ¼ SE ¼ Section 33 Township 14 North Range 22 West 320 +/- Acres

Parcel ID: 000098300

Legal: S ½ SW Section 34 Township 14 North Range 22 West 80 +/- Acres

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572 +/- Acres of Recreational/Pasture Land in Furnas County, Nebraska


Here’s your chance to acquire a beautiful pasture that offers an outstanding wildlife habitat.  The pasture is leased through the 2021 grazing season.  Don’t miss out on this great opportunity!

Legal Description – North 1/2, East1/2 Southwest1/4, Southeast1/4 all in Section 27, Township 1 North, Range 22 West

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Meridian Canyon Ranch – A Recreational Property in Custer County


Property Overview: Located in northeastern Custer County, near Sargent, NE, is a hidden one-of-a-kind recreational property.   There are approximately 2,340 +/- acres, with 1,914 +/- acres of that being pasture and recreational land that includes a mixture of deciduous and cedar trees, providing a great habitat for deer, turkey, elk, and several exotic animals.  There are several trails and scenic views overlooking the property, as well as several ponds and water sources for livestock and other animals spread throughout.  The other 426 +/- acres consist of dryland, hay meadow, and food plots for all your upland bird hunting.  The entire property is surrounded by an 8 ft. high tensile fence, which requires very little maintenance, with a remote-operated gate at the entrance.

Another desirable feature of the property is a 3 bedroom, 4 bathroom, 1,837 sq. ft. furnished rustic log cabin home built in 2001, with a   beautiful wood log and stone exterior.  Large windows throughout the home present natural lighting, along with breathtaking views of the property.  The updated kitchen and large stone fireplace in the living area serve as the heart of the home, with a guest suite and master suite to each side.  The master suite features a tiled bathroom, a large walk-in closet, and access to the wraparound deck that overlooks the beauty of the Meridian Canyon Ranch, where you can enjoy the sounds of elk bugling, birds chirping, and all the other wonderful sounds of nature with no neighbors in sight.  Downstairs you will find an entertainment area, office area, wet bar, and an additional guest bedroom with walk-out doors to the lawn.

Sitting next to the home, built in 2005, is a 390 sq. ft. art studio built within a detached, 598 sq. ft. rustic log cabin, two-car garage with a small workbench and control box for the underground sprinkler system.

There is a 40’ x 60’ steel building with concrete floors, workbenches, and electricity.  A registered irrigation water well sits just to the north of the building and is set to pump 700 gpm.  The property is located in the Lower Loup NRD Water District.

Additional Income:  To generate additional income and utilize the land in the summer months, the property is used for grazing, haying, and farming.  During the winter months, the property is used entirely for recreational purposes, selling all kinds of big game, exotic, predator, and bird hunts, along with property tours.

Current Leases on the Property:

Summer Pasture Lease Expires 2021

Farm Ground Lease Expires 2021

Hunting Lease that Expires March 31st, 2025

Income Potential:

150 cow/calf pairs @ $50/month for 6 months = $45,000

Farm ground income = $11,000/year (Prices vary with different Crops)

Hunting Lease $3,500/month for 12 months = $42,000

Total Income Potential: $98,000

Legal Descriptions:

Parcel ID: 001363910

Legal: PAR in SW ¼ Section 27 Township 20 North Range 17 West

49 +/- Acres Corner TWP Custer County, NE

Parcel ID: 001364000

Legal: W ½ NW Section 27 Township 20 North Range 17 West

79.98 +/- Acres Corner TWP Custer County, NE

Parcel ID: 001364100

Legal: N ½ Section 28 Township 20 North Range 17 West

319.25 +/- Acres Corner TWP Custer County, NE

Parcel ID: 001364200

Legal: SW SE Section 28 Township 20 North Range 17 West

40.07 +/- Acres Corner TWP Custer County, NE

Parcel ID: 001364300

Legal: SW ¼, N ½ SE, SE SE Section 28 Township 20 North Range 17 West

280.22 +/- Acres Corner TWP Custer County, NE

Parcel ID: 001364600

Legal: E ½ NE, SE ¼ Section 29 Township 20 North Range 17 West

240.91 +/- Acres Corner TWP Custer County, NE

Parcel ID: 001365220

Legal: NE SW, N ½ SE & N ½ E RD Section 32 Township 20 North Range17 West

338.42 +/- Acres Corner TWP Custer County, NE

Parcel ID: 001365300

Legal: S ½ SE Section 32 Township 20 North Range 17 West

80 +/- Acres Corner TWP Custer County, NE

Parcel ID: 001365400

Legal: SW ¼ Section 33 Township 20 North Range 17 West

160.1 +/- Acres Corner TWP Custer County, NE

Parcel ID: 001365500

LegaL: NW NW, S ½ NW Section 33 Township 20 North Range 17 West

120.22 +/- Acres Corner TWP Custer County, NE

Parcel ID: 001365600

Legal: E ½ NE NW Section 33 Township 20 North Range 17 West

360.47 +/- Acres Corner TWP Custer County, NE

Parcel ID: 001365700

Legal: NW ¼, Section 34 Township 20 North Range 17 West

160.3 +/- Acres Corner TWP Custer County, NE

Parcel ID: 001365900

Legal: SW ¼ N of RD Section 34 Township 20 North Range 17 West

110.1 +/- Acres Corner TWP Custer County, NE

Water Wells:

Located in the Lower Loup NRD, there are two registered wells on this property.

Registration# G-100153, drilled 1998, 700 gpm, 226’ static level, 275’ pumping level, 320′ pump depth, 620′ well depth, 8” column.

House Well: Registration # G-106740, drilled 2000, 23 gpm, 220′ static level, 233′ pumping level, 273′ pump depth, 340′ well depth, 1″ Column

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471.30 +/- Acre Pasture in Norton County, Kansas

  • Outstanding pasture that has been well managed through the years.
  • All three quarters have been crossed fenced into 4 separate pastures.
  • Well water is piped to central tanks throughout the property.
  • Take advantage of this opportunity to own a very nice pasture that has the option for full possession at closing.

Legal Description – East 1/2 Section 8 & NW1/4 Section 9, Township 4 South, Range 24 West

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388 +/- Acres of CRP & Pasture in Furnas County

This is a great opportunity to own a combination CRP and pasture property in south-central Nebraska.  It’s located just a few miles from a paved highway.  This property offers a nice mix of CRP acres with pasture land that provides excellent habitat for upland birds and other wildlife.  For additional income, the property is enrolled in the Nebraska Open Fields and Waters (OFW) program that allows public walk-in hunting.  The buyer has the option to continue with the OFW program or opt-out of the program.  There are several other properties close by that are also enrolled in the OFW program.  Water for pastures comes from well water and dams.  The pasture is leased for the 2021 grazing season.

Legal Description

SE1/4 Section 3, NE1/4 Section10,  and W1/2NW1/4 Section 11 all in T1N, R24W

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310 +/- Acre Combination Farm in Norton County, KS

This beautiful 310.28+/- acre combination farm is located just northwest of Norton, KS along County Road W9, with Road F and G running along the north and south ends of the tract. The property is composed of 164.56+/- productive crop acres split into two fields with 145.72+/- acres of lush native grass running through the middle. With easy access off gravel road W9, Holdrege silt loam soil spread over a majority of the farmland, and a clean pasture that splits between the two fields, this property would be perfect for the farmer and rancher looking to add to their pasture and farm acreage. One pond is located in the south half of the property and a windmill on the north half of the property.

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