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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20.01 +/- Acre Recreational Property in Osborne County, KS

Located 2 miles south of the Geodetic Center of North America, this 20+/- acre tract is the perfect site to get away for the weekend or enjoy the many amenities this beautiful property holds!  The property features an incredible 1-acre, spring-fed pit pond with a depth of up to 14 feet at any given time of the year. Overflows were constructed at the time of the pond being built, located on the southeast and northeast corners of the property. This spring-fed oasis is a waterfowl hunters’ paradise, situated in the center of the section to offer optimal privacy from all county roads. Located between Waconda & Wilson Lakes, this pond is a hotspot for all waterfowl traveling between the lakes throughout the day. A well-established windbreak runs along the west and north sides of the pond, providing the perfect cover from the Kansas winds, and with the warmer spring water flowing year-round, the pond is known to stay open throughout the cold winter months. Beside the pond sits a 10’x20′ unfurnished cabin. The cabin provides a great location to store decoys and enjoy the property during your weekend hunting and fishing trips. The open, easy laying topography allows you to change or develop this beautiful tract any way you like, with the option to build or plant crops on most of this property to enhance the waterfowl and upland game hunting. Covered in lush, green bromegrass, this tract is surrounded by classic limestone corner posts and a 5 wire barbed-wire fence. There is a written easement in place to have access to the property from the northeast, off County Road 691 Avenue. Don’t let this amazing property go! If you have any questions or would like to view the property contact Clayton Esslinger for more information.

Legal Description – North 2; Northwest 4 Southeast 4 Less R/W in Section 10, Township 10, Range 11 West

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157.40 +/- Acre Recreational Property in Holt County, Nebraska


Here’s a diverse hunting property only a few miles straight south of Chambers, Nebraska with blacktop road access and an abundant amount of recreational opportunities waiting to be a part of your land portfolio!

This property has four ponds that provide an irresistible resting area for all the migrating waterfowl every fall and spring. The thick and highly-productive native grasses are a large attraction to the many deer, turkey, pheasants, and upland birds in the area that tend to call this property home. There are several established trees that are perfect for the nightly roost, along with brush and thicket that make for the perfect nesting areas.

The pond in the southeast corner of the property was previously a holding pond in 1975 but has now been stocked with a variety of fish. In the northwest corner of the property, there’s a small hunting cabin, that’s less than a year old, and a 10,000-bushel grain bin that sit on the 5.9 +/- acres not enrolled in the WRP program. The grain bin is currently leased for 2022 with an annual payment of $1,000.

The property is enrolled into a Compatible Use Agreement (CUA) providing haying and grazing opportunities on a yearly basis. The current grazing window is April 1st – May 31st, with a stocking rate of 150 yearlings weighing 700-900 Ibs. for a 45-day grazing period, and the haying window is July 15th – September 1st.

There is a registered irrigation well with 130.84 certified irrigated water rights located in the Upper Elkhorn NRD that go with the property. The well has been converted to a 3-panel solar well in April 2022, pumping 45 gpm.

*151.5 +/- acres are enrolled into a lifetime WRP program.

Legal Description – SW 1/4, Less 2.6 Acres in the NW corner, S5, T25 N, R12 W of the 6th P.M., 157.4 +/- Acres in Holt County, Nebraska

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Acreage with 19.71 +/- Acres in Bourbon County, Kansas

Rare recreational property with living space in Uniontown! This property is located near a wildlife reserve, with a year-round water supply for wildlife. This property boasts a combination of open pasture space and timber.

The acreage includes a 2,156 sq ft home, multiple outbuildings, and a fenced-in area for livestock. Home features include: open concept, walk-in closets, custom built-ins, mudroom, woodfire stove, mini-split for heating and cooling, and a bonus room. Decks on 3 sides of the home provide ample outdoor entertaining space and an in-ground shelter provides protection from storms. A small creek runs through the property, with adjacent Paint Creek providing a year-round water supply for wildlife, including turkey and whitetails. Located only 6.6 miles from Uniontown, 13 miles to Hollister Wildlife Area, 7.8 miles to Elm Creek Lake County Park, 10 miles to Bourbon State Fishing Lake, and 18 miles to Pawnee Wildlife Preserve. Check out this amazing property before it’s gone!

Legal Description – S24, T26, R22, Acres 19.71, Beg NW Cor NW 1/4 TH E 1669.5′ S 521.4′ W 1669.5′ N To POB Less R/W

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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.

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159.29 +/- Acre Dryland/Recreational Property in Norton County, Kansas

Flat alfalfa bottoms consisting of fertile Class II soils make up most of the tillable acres on this farm. With over half a mile of the Solomon River running through the middle of the property, this beautiful farm also offers prime hunting for the whitetail, mule deer, and turkey that calls this property home.

Legal Description – S2 NE4, N2 SE4 16-05-23

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144.09 +/- Acre Recreational Property in Custer County

*AgWest Land Brokers LLC represented the buyer in this transaction.

Located only a few miles northwest of Callaway, NE right off of the Arnold River Road is a 144.09 +/- acre recreational property with all your hunting and outdoor needs. With approximately 1/2 mile of the South Loup River, this spectacular piece of land offers an abundance of trees, running water, and 43 acres of dryland alfalfa making this the perfect habitat for whitetail, mule deer, turkey, upland birds, and waterfowl.

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CRP / Recreational Land in Hayes County – 2 Tracts Available

Here’s a new investment opportunity in Hayes County, Nebraska that includes a total of 319.83 +/- acres being offered in two tracts.  Both properties have been recently re-enrolled into 10 year CRP contracts that expire on 9/30/2030.  There are a total of 281.52 +/- acres currently enrolled into CRP, with an annual payment of $13,231.44 which is $47/acre.  The land has also been enrolled in the Pheasants Forever Walk-in Access Program that pays an additional $8/acre on all 319.83 +/- acres, expiring in 2026.

This property is located between North Platte and McCook, Nebraska with gravel road access. It has a good mix of native grasses and brush that provides great cover and protection for all the wildlife in the area.  The property is in a well-populated area for whitetail deer, mule deer, turkey, quail, prairie chicken, dove, and pheasant.  Pheasants Forever paid to have a private contractor come in approximately 1 ½ years ago and clear all the trees on both properties.

Agent Notes:  With the new CRP contract, the new buyer can graze or hay each tract every other year.  The haying window is July 16th – August 31st, but you are only allowed to hay 50% of the property.  The grazing window is April 1st – April 31st on half the acres or July 16th – September 15th on all the acres.  Doing so will get you a 25% reduction on your annual CRP payment on the acres grazed or hayed that year.  There is an exception to wave the 25% reduction if there are drought conditions in the area that this property is located.  During this past summer of 2021, there were drought conditions and the seller was able to hay both properties, with no reduction to their annual payment.  Both properties averaged approximately 1 bale/acre when hayed.

Total Acres (Per Assessor) – 319.83 +/-

 

Tract 1

160.83 +/- Acres  |  151.13 CRP Acres & 9.7 Acres of Grassland

Legal Description:  SW 1/4 Section 3 Township 8 North Range 31 West

Property Taxes: $1,086.94

Total Annual CRP & Pheasants Forever Payments: $8,343.11

Price: $235,000.00

 

Tract 2

159.00 +/- Acres | 130.39 +/- CRP Acres & 28.61 +/- Acres of Grassland

Legal Description: Northeast 1/4 in Section 10, Township 8 North, Range 31 West

Property Taxes: $1,040.72

Total Annual CRP & Pheasants Forever Payments: $7,257.33

Price: $210,000.00

 

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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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76.80 +/- Acres of CRP/Recreational Land in Norton County, Kansas

  •  Incredible hunting and investment property!
  •  Located only two and a half miles north of Edmond, Kansas, along County Road E4.
  • Provides an abundance of wildlife habitat (whitetail deer, pheasant, quail, etc.).
  • Deep draws lined with large thickets and heavy brush cover are stretched across the property.
  • Don’t miss out on this great opportunity!

Annual CRP Payment – $2,292.00

Legal Description – W2 NW4 33-4-22

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