Philip, Haakon County, SD
South Unit: 395 +/- Acres | $770,000
Spectacular Property! Heavily timbered, live water, productive hay meadows, exceptional wildlife populations and easy access. Includes Bad River, timber and hayland.
The South Unit affords you the supreme hunters paradise with the breaks of the Bad River and its wealth of grass and cover. Long ridge tops extend northward from the South end of the property giving way to lowland hay fields covering approximately 143 acres of current hay production. Deer, turkey, pheasant, grouse, coyotes, beaver, raccoon, and a host of other wildlife species can be found on these fields lining the banks of the Bad River.
With the hay production, and outstanding grazing benefits from the South Unit, this is a property that has eye appeal and real management value.
The South Unit has the year round live Bad River running through the property. The river bottom provides a source of cover and water for both domestic and wildlife such as game birds, deer, beaver, coyotes, raptors and livestock. There is an existing water tank that is fed from the well on the North Unit.
Access to the property is superb and provided by Powell Rd to the West, and the adjoining US Hwy 14 to the North. The Powell Road Ranch is conveniently located just a few minutes east of the small town of Philip, SD.
- Land is 395 acres
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