Horse Creek Farm offers 240 deeded acres of prime farm and hunting land in Perkins County, South Dakota. There is approximately 150 acres of productive cropland and hay bottoms with the balance in pasture, creek bottoms, tree belts and improvements which includes a 75’ X 100’ machine shed, 55’ X 100’ Miracle Span curvet building, 55’ X 100” shed with 16’ lean-to, and 2 – 25’ X 90’ Harvestore 40,000-bushel storage structures with dryer floors. Land The farm has 2 wells and fiber optics is available. Horse Creek flows completely through the property for 1.6 miles. The 2 ponds, creek bottoms, tree belts and surrounding crop fields make it is a hunter’s paradise. For those who enjoy fishing, the lake is filled with several species including bass, crappie, perch and pike. The corner piece of the hunting experience is pheasants along with the opportunity to harvest white-tailed deer and waterfowl. The countryside is gently rolling and sky as far as the eye can see. You’ll walk across cornfields, creek bottoms and tree belts to flush out birds. You will enjoy the South Dakota fresh air and watch the beautiful sunrise and sunsets! This would be a solid investment in a South Dakota farm with impressive recreational opportunities Improvements 75’ X 100’ Machine Shed with concrete floor and 14’ tall door 55’ X 100’ Miracle Span curvet building with concrete floor and 14’ tall door 55’ X 100” Shed with 16’ lean-to and 12’ high door 2 – 25’ X 90’ Harvestore 40,000-bushel storage structures with dryer floors Region & Climate Horse Creek Farm is in Northwest South Dakota, 37 miles southwest of Hettinger North Dakota. One hour to the east is Lemmon, SD, and Shadehill Reservoir. Rapid City, with a regional airport and extensive shopping, is 2 hours south. Perkins county is a tight-knit rural community of 3,037 people in 2,890 square miles. Perkins County stretches approximately 63 miles North to South and 46 miles East to West and is in Northwestern South Dakota. Agricultural activities are the largest land uses throughout the county, accounting for 79% of the total land area. Two incorporated municipalities, Bison and Lemmon, along with several unincorporated communities are located in Perkins County. The centrally located town of Bison is the County Seat. The county was organized in 1909 from portions of Butte and Harding Counties. The county was populated in what is known as the second Dakota boom, spurred by the westward expansion of the railroad. The expansion of the railroad, along with the promise of land to homestead, lured settlers to the county.