The Lame Johnny Ranch is a local recreational gem! Transected by Lame Johnny Creek, the Cheyenne River, and replete with live water springs, this property is a wildlife mecca! A diverse enclave of wildlife habitat, pivot irrigated cropland, rugged grassland with a comfortable lodge, the Lame Johnny Ranch is well suited for both livestock and recreational pursuits. Don’t miss this opportunity- they just don’t come any more inviting!
The Baumberger Ranchette is as clean and well-put-together offering as you could find. From well-manicured trees and meticulous lawn care, to maintenance of buildings and driveway, the property is in fabulous shape. The ranchette has served as a primary home for the last 30 years and has been taken care of as such. Horses are welcome on this property, which includes light covenants. Improvements include a comfortable 2,775 square foot, 4 bed 2 bath home with a two-car attached garage. Also on the property is a 2,970 square foot shop with a living area that includes 2 bathrooms, commons area, and a second story living area that comfortably sleeps 9 guests in 3 separated rooms. There are numerous other outbuildings and covered areas for vehicle storage as well as a covered outdoor fire pit. The famed Buffalo Chip campground is a short 5 miles to the north and the city of Sturgis only 8 miles.
Overlooking the beautiful White River Drainage, this terrific parcel of grass is an excellent ranch land opportunity. Features include wooded draws, solar powered water well, well managed grass, great access. Ideally suited for grazing, hunting, or the solid investment land ownership!
Located northeast of Waubay, SD, within reach of Enemy Swim Lake, you’ll find the Mendenhall Ranch. Opportunity to graze, potential to hay, and the ability to farm on productive soils make this a 480-acre ranch extremely versatile. High indexing 91 CPI soils on the 80-acre tillable field; 65 CPI average on the balance.
Grasses on the Mendenhall Ranch range from the silty loam gamma grasses to blue stem, orchard, and even some western wheat grass. The variety makes for a well bedded system that supports growth all year during the growing season. Traditionally operated as a cow/calf ranch and calving unit, the strong grasses are well-suited for livestock production.