The Sieck Farm/Ranch is truly one of the most productive and versatile agricultural properties on the market today! With the Nebraska Sandhills to the south, the South Dakota hard grass to the north, and numerous livestock marketing opportunities, this property checks all the boxes. The Sieck Farm/Ranch is uniquely positioned to utilize the abundant irrigated and dry land feed and grain production capacity, along with the 1900 hd grow yard. The grassland is flanked by the Little White River and has been well managed. Quite possibly the best ag land value on the market and all contiguous! Partial purchases will be considered.
The Sieck Farm/Ranch is situated approximately three miles south of Martin, SD along SD HWY 73, in south central South Dakota.
Martin is the county seat for Bennett County and offers many agricultural and service related businesses, such as a feed mill, hardware store, implement and vehicle dealers, livestock auction, medical facility, restaurants, schools as well as all the county government and USDA offices. Several grain storage and delivery systems are also located in the area.
As an added bonus, the property lies only five miles from the famed LaCreek wildlife refuge, a 16,000 acre enclave of big game and waterfowl!
The property is accessed by SD HWY 73 and well-maintained county gravel roads, including 297th St. and 290th Ave.
- 705 Acres Dry- Hay
- 1,540 Acres Dry- Crop
- 1,647 Acres Grass
- 873 Acres Irrigated
- 80 Acres Improvements
The Sieck Farm/Ranch has historically been operated as a cow/calf and stocker operation. Until recently, the property has been owner operated, carrying 750 mother cows (with supplemental summer grass) and 1500+/- head of stocker cattle. The property raises an abundance of roughage and grain which has more than supplied the feed needs for the ranch and provided extensive cash grain or hay sales. The property is versatile with separate wintering facilities for cows and stocker cattle and could be put to a variety of uses.
- 40′ x 120′ cattle loafing shed
- 40′ x 60′ shop building
- 30′ 54′ quonset building
- 60′ x 150′ machine shed
- 98,000+ bushels of grain bin storage
- 8,000+ ton in-ground silage pits
- 45′ scale
- 40′ x 100′ hoop barn- calving shed
- 50′ 80′ hoop barn- machinery storage
- Commodity building
- Several miscellaneous outbuildings and storage buildings
- Main Residence: 3 bedroom, 2 bath home
- 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath manufactured home
The ranch is endowed with remarkable water resources. In addition to the natural water provided by over two miles of the Little White River and numerous springs, there are four irrigation wells ranging from 600 to 1,000 gpm in production and five stock water and domestic wells serving the property.
- Valley 13 tower pivot with drops model 5071, watering 224.52 ac
- Model 5071, sn 19248
- GE 250hp electric motor, with West Land Roller pump
- 1,000 gpm irrigation well
NW 1/4 of Section 11:
- Valley 7 tower pivot with drops
- Model 5171, sn 19593
- Watering 125.03 acres
SW 1/4 of Section 11:
- Valley 9 tower system with drops
- Model 4971, sn 30622
- Yaskawa 100 hp electric motor – sn 007541123
- 600 gpm well and pump, pump- sn 22014G
- Watering 133.98 acres
NE 1/4 of Section 11:
- T-L 9 tower pivot with drops- sn 6724
- 10 hp electric motor- sn 3331946
- 150 hp electric motor- sn 629A226G001
- 700 gpm irrigation well
- Watering 129.7 acres
SE 1/4 of Section 11:
- Valley 10 tower pivot with drops
- Model 1234, sn 18767
- Watering 136.35 acres
Part NE 1/4 of Section 14:
- Valley 9 tower pivot with overhead sprinklers
- Model 5071, sn 19427
- GE 125 hp electric motor- sn LMJ1103131
- 700 gpm irrigation well
- Watering 129.07 acres
W1/2 of Section 12:
- T-L 8 tower pivot with drops
- Newer T-L pivot with no serial number visible
- 15 hp electric motor
- Recently developed irrigated acres covering approximately 100 acres
The property varies in topography and is comprised of level to gently sloping tillable acreage and deeper draws and coulees along the Little White River and tributary creeks. The elevation runs from 3275’ to 3310. The soils on the tillable are comprised primarily of loam and silt-loam soils with productivity ratings predominately from an astounding 85 to 91!
The 2021 taxes for the Sieck Farm/Ranch are: $39,909.