The Robb’s Flat Farmland is truly among some of the most productive farmland in Western South Dakota. Large, expansive fields are flanked by Haakon County Roads, bolstered by two modern 55,000 bushel grain bins in the center. The topography is level, with over 92% of the land less than 3% slopes, and 98% productive tillable with soils indexing 84-91. In addition to the productivity, there are several well-established shelterbelts along some of the edges of the property, providing habitat for game birds and a plethora of deer. If you are a producer looking to expand or an investor seeking a good return with a sizable footprint, then please make plans to inspect the Robbs Flat Farmland.