Located in Mellette and Jackson Counties | 94% tillable | Highway 63 access | Soil Productivity 73 -87
The property is conveniently situated along or near US Hwy 63, an all weather route connecting SD Hwy 44 and 18. Much of the property is also accessible by well maintained county gravel roads.
This property consists of 1,360.79+/- acres; of which 1,279.88 acres (or 94%) are considered Cropland according to the USDA Farm Service Agency. The balance of the property (81+/- ac.) is comprised of roads, tree belts, and waterways.
The property is comprised of level to rolling mostly tillable cropland predominately comprised of silty loam soils with productivity ratings predominately from 73 – 89.
The property has a building site with a steel structure that formally housed a grade school. The building site includes four RV site hookups with power and water, a steel building and shelter belt. The facility has been used most recently as a hunting camp.
The Mini-Waconi rural water system is available in several locations on the property. Additionally, shallow wells and live-water draws are prevalent in the area.
The property has historically been farmed by a local farming operation and has been rented on an annual basis. The possibility exists for a longer-term lease. The property has been well cared for and has benefited from excellent husbandry practices.