Irrigated farmland in western South Dakota. 161± acres which includes 119± acres of flood irrigated land with both class three and four soils. Irrigation water is provided by the Belle Fourche Irrigation District. Currently the property has 40± acres planted to winter wheat with the remaining fields in oats and alfalfa. The land is irrigated by ditch and the irrigation district identifies 85.7± acres of Class Three soil and 34.1± acres of Class Four soil.
A livestock reservoir is located near the middle of the property. The Butte-Meade Rural Water District and power lines run along the county road. An electrical hook-up for an RV is located on the northeast corner of the property.
The land is primarily gently sloping fields and some rolling pasturelands. The elevation in the range of 2,850 feet above sea level. Several potential home sites are located close to maintained gravel roads, power, rural water district and offer southern views of noted landmarks like Bear Butte and the Black Hills.
The property is about eight & one-half miles northwest of Nisland, SD or eleven miles northwest of Newell on well-maintained gravel roads. Both sides of the land can be accessed via gravel roads with Beet Road on the west and Mail Road on the east. It’s six miles north of paved Highway 212. Other nearby towns include: Belle Fourche – 19 miles and Spearfish – 30 miles. Area livestock auction markets are located at Belle Fourche and St.Onge.
The farm is seven miles from the east side of the Belle Fourche Reservoir and Orman Dam. The Rocky Point Recreation Area, which is on the west side of the Reservoir, is thirteen miles. The Recreation Area includes picnic sites, camping, boating, hiking, swimming and fishing for walleye, perch, bass, tigermuskie and catfish.
Irrigated land in the heart of South Dakota farming and ranching country.