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$41,150,000  •  41,822 acres
Named after the trail that brought people from Bismarck, North Dakota to Deadwood during the days of the Black Hills Gold Rush, this ranch is a tremendous assemblage of various topography and agricultural uses. Conveniently located 51 miles north of Rapid City, South Dakota. The Bismarck Trail Ranch totals 47,883± acres which includes, 41,822± deeded acres, 4,361± acres of BLM grazing lease and 1,600± acres of State Lease. The ranch ranges from Belle Fourche River bottom and irrigated pivots to grassy-covered hillsides. There is a tremendous set of first-class improvements consisting of four homes, multiple sets of working facilities, and numerous new Morton outbuildings. The owner’s residence and one other home are very nice custom homes that didn’t spare any exquisite details. The property is well-watered with an extensive pipeline system, numerous stock tanks, dams, and water wells. There are 875± acres of irrigated ground under eight pivots. An exceptional investment class asset, the owner currently leases most of the grazing out as well as the production agriculture. The grazing leases consist of approximately 2,500 yearlings, 1,200 cow/calf pairs and 1,000 wild horses currently roam several large pastures. For an owner-operator, carrying capacity is estimated at eight to ten acres per cow for four to five months for yearlings and 15 acres for six months for cow/calf pairs. Without the wild horses, it is estimated that the ranch could carry 5,000-6,000 yearlings or 3,000 pairs. If there is a category for luxury working ranches the Bismarck Trail Ranch would likely be the top listing in the central plains states. The Facts: ~ 47,883± acres total with 41,822± acres deeded ~ 875± acres pivot irrigated acres ~ Very nice homes and new Morton outbuildings ~ Indoor and outdoor arenas as well as very nice equestrian improvements ~ Tremendous set of working facilities, including truck and livestock scales ~ All perimeter and interior fencing is less than 12 years old ~ 38 pastures all with good water sources ~ Miles of pipeline, extensive stock tanks, and numerous stock dams ~ Multiple sets of working facilities ~ Whitetail, mule deer and pronghorn antelope are found on the ranch ~ Significant investment opportunity with multiple renewable leases in place ~ Owner currently leases most of the ranch for approximately 3,000 yearlings, 1,600 cow/calf pairs, 1,000 wild horses and farming
$750,000  •  160 acres
Under Contract
The Cottonwood Creek Farm located north of Sturgis, South Dakota, consists of 160 deeded acres and a superbly maintained headquarters. The 3-bedroom, 2 bath home with 1848 square feet and attached garage is perfectly matched to a full set of outbuildings. The land is diversified with 89 acres irrigated farmland and 71 acres of pasture/hayland, some of which could be irrigated. The nice home and outbuildings have views of the Black Hills and Bear Butte. The property also has Cottonwood Creek that runs all summer, 2 stocked ponds and rural water.Cottonwood Creek has it all, live water, nice home, good improvements, irrigation, pasture and all just one mile off of a paved road.LOCATION:The Cottonwood Creek Farm is located approximately 17 miles north of Sturgis, SD. To reach the farm, go 3.5 miles east of Sturgis on Highway 34, turn north on Highway 79 for 12.5 miles, then west 1 mile on 194th.ACREAGE:The Cottonwood Creek Farm consists of approximately 160 deeded acres. There is 89.2 acres of irrigated land utilizing the Belle Fourche Irrigation District. There is 55.2 acres irrigated by center pivot with the balance flood irrigated. It is all rated Class 3.The irrigation charges for 2020 was $2,195.50.There is also 71 acres that is currently grazing or hay land. It is watered by 2 dams, a water hydrant and tank, and Cottonwood Creek that runs all summer long. The dams can be filled with the irrigation water and 26 acres of the pasture can be irrigated with wasted irrigation water for free.The center pivot is a 2016 Reinke 5 tower with a 40 HP diesel motor. All irrigation equipment including gated pipe, pumps, motors, and diesel tank.IMPROVEMENTS:The farm has a nice set of improvements as follows:1994 Centennial home with 1848 square feet measuring 28'X60" on a permanent foundation. There are 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. It is total electric with 6" insulation in walls, steel siding and roof, Coleman heat and air conditioner. A 14'X14' deck was constructed on a 16'X18' cement pad with benches in 1999.24'x32' attached garage built in 2007. Two car East and West overhead doors, 2 walk-in doors, cement floor and asphalt driveway.14'X12' attached porch/mudroom on cement pad and wood floor built in 1996.48'X20' Machine Shed with partial cement floor.56'X15" Storage Building/Shed with toilet, iron racks, cement pad and work bench.16'X10' Garden Shed with plywood floor, double doors, cement driveway, work bench and shelves.14'X8' Lawnmower Building with plywood floor.16'X11' Storage building12'X8' Pumphouse with cement floor, water hydrant, shower room, outside sink and car wash hook up.44'X16' Livestock Building with metal roof and sides, head catch and metal gate closers and working pens.Water is supplied by Butte/Meade Rural Water System with a livestock water hydrant and a 7'X3' fiberglass tank.Mature cedar trees and vinyl fence around the improvements.WILDLIFE:The property has good habitat for white-tailed deer. The 2 ponds are stocked with fish: one with bass and the other with catfish.FENCES & BOUNDARY LINES:The seller is making known to all potential purchasers that there may be variations between the deeded property lines and the location of the existing fence boundary lines on the subject property.Seller makes no warranties about location of the fence lines in relationship to the deeded property lines, nor does the seller make any warranties or representations about specific acreage within the fenced property lines. Seller is selling the property in an "as is" condition which includes the location of the fences as they exist.Boundaries shown on accompanying maps are approximate based on the legal description and may not indicate a survey. Maps are not to scale and are for visual aid only. Their accuracy is not guaranteed.TAXES:The annual real estate taxes for 2019 and payable in 2020 are $1913.PRICE:The listing price of this property is $750,000 (seven hundred fifty thousand dollars).
$895,000  •  148.93 acres
Income-producing agricultural land priced at $6,010 per acre located in the rural bench area of Malheur County just 9 miles west of Vale, Oregon. This crop farm consists of 148.93 deeded acres accessed via Loop Road. Its terrain is a combination of slightly rolling and flat topography making it ideal for the pivot irrigation system to irrigate in a full circle. The pivot system consists of a 7-tower Zimmatic pivot with end guns driven by two 25 HP pumps. In addition, the field has a drainage ditch running through it with a series of bridges along it to allow the pivot to cross the ditch during its rotation. The farm has Class IV soil suitable for growing feed crops and it is typically planted in wheat or corn. The remainder of the land not being irrigated under the pivot is pasture land which could be ideal for grazing. An additional 147.86 acres of farmland is available for sale in the northeast corner of the property. Along with this property, there are 287.1 acres of irrigation water rights supplied by the Vale Oregon Irrigation District. Additional amenities of the land include the year-round access through county maintained gravel roads and a metal grain bin near the northeast property line ideal for grain storage.The farmland is situated in Malheur County which is the second-largest county in Oregon. The area is known for its prime agricultural growing land which commonly produces crops such as potatoes, sugar beets, and onions. The eastern Oregon landscape is also conducive to raising livestock with an abundance of rangeland to graze cattle or horses.Besides the robust agricultural economy, Malheur County is a popular destination for outdoor recreation. Locals love to fish the waters of Malheur County's many rivers which encompass the Malheur River, Owyhee River, Snake River, and their many tributaries. Other fishing hot spots nearby include the Bully Creek Reservoir and Lake Owyhee State Park. Both recreational parks additionally offer opportunities for boating, watersports, RV camping, and hiking.Vale, Oregon is a small community that lies along banks of the Malheur River where it converges with Bully Creek. Vale is a mere 75 miles northwest of Boise, Idaho so it is close to an airport, hospitals, shopping, and entertainment. It acts as the county seat of Malheur County and is a common stop for travelers driving between western Oregon and the Boise metro area.The region was a hub for travelers historically as well. Vale was a popular destination for trappers, missionaries, and settlers that were journeying along the Oregon Trail. In fact, it was the first stop in Oregon for those making the trek along this famous trail. Vale has beautiful vibrant outdoor murals dispersed throughout the community that depicts the journey of these Oregon Trail pioneers. Every year the Mural Society adds another hand-painted piece to the collection enticing visitors to return. Another attraction celebrating its Oregon Trail heritage is the Keeney Pass Interpretive Site. The remarkable past can be also witnessed by the many historical buildings throughout the town such as the Rinehart Stone House, the Grand Opera House, the Vale Hotel, and many others which were built at the turn of the 20th century.Local attractions and events include the Malheur County Fair, the annual New Year's Eve Fireworks Display, and the annual Vale Fire Department Crab Feed. One of the most exciting events to attend in Vale is the annual Oregon Trail Days Celebration held the week of July 4th which features a rodeo, car show, pie contest, and a lumberjack competition.
$749,000  •  147.86 acres
Under Contract
Income-producing agricultural land priced at $5,065 per acre located in the rural bench area of Malheur County just 9 miles west of Vale, Oregon. This crop farm consists of 147.86 deeded acres accessed via Graham Blvd., a gravel road maintained by the county. Its terrain is a combination of slightly rolling and flat topography. The property is irrigated via a pivot system consisting of a 7-tower Zimmatic pivot with end guns driven by a 50 HP pump. In addition, the field has a drainage ditch running through the southern portion of the field. Multiple bridges have been constructed along the ditch to allow the pivot to cross during its rotation. The farm has Class IV soil suitable for growing feed crops and it is typically planted in wheat or corn. The non-irrigated acreage is in pasture and could be ideal for grazing. An additional 148.93 acres of farmland is available for sale in the southwest corner of the property. Together with this property, there are 287.1 acres of irrigation water rights supplied by the Vale Oregon Irrigation District.The farmland is situated in Malheur County which is the second-largest county in Oregon. The area is known for its prime agricultural growing land which commonly produces crops such as potatoes, sugar beets, and onions. The eastern Oregon landscape is also conducive to raising livestock with an abundance of rangeland to graze cattle or horses.Besides the robust agricultural economy, Malheur County is a popular destination for outdoor recreation. Locals love to fish the waters of Malheur County's many rivers which encompass the Malheur River, Owyhee River, Snake River and their many tributaries. Other fishing hot spots nearby include the Bully Creek Reservoir and Lake Owyhee State Park. Both recreational parks additionally offer opportunities for boating, watersports, RV camping, and hiking.Vale, Oregon is a small community that lies along banks of the Malheur River where it converges with Bully Creek. Vale is a mere 75 miles northwest of Boise, Idaho so it is close to an airport, hospitals, shopping, and entertainment. It acts as the county seat of Malheur County and is a common stop for travelers driving between western Oregon and the Boise metro area.The region was a hub for travelers historically as well. Vale was a popular destination for trappers, missionaries and settlers that were journeying along the Oregon Trail. In fact, it was the first stop in Oregon for those making the trek along this famous trail. Vale has beautiful vibrant outdoor murals dispersed throughout the community that depict the journey of these Oregon Trail pioneers. Every year the Mural Society adds another hand painted piece to the collection enticing visitors to return. Another attraction celebrating its Oregon Trail heritage is the Keeney Pass Interpretive Site. The remarkable past can be also witnessed by the many historical buildings throughout the town such as the Rinehart Stone House, the Grand Opera House, the Vale Hotel and many others which were built at the turn of the 20th century.Local attractions and events include the Malheur County Fair, the annual New Year's Eve Fireworks Display, and the annual Vale Fire Department Crab Feed. One of the most exciting events to attend in Vale is the annual Oregon Trail Days Celebration held the week of July 4th which features a rodeo, car show, pie contest, and a lumberjack competition.