Imagine the original homesteaders coming to South Dakota and enjoying the vast amount of native prairie grasses as they came looking for fertile land and untamed prairies. This 1320 acre prime prairie ranch, with the owners land stewardship, has preserved the west river prairie and provides abundant grass for cattle and wildlife. The land consist of over 50 acres of shelterbelts, 800 acres of pastureland, 64 acres alfalfa, 272 acres of hayland, and 119 acres of cropland. Don't need to spend a lifetime growing trees as the owner has done the hard work of planting the shelterbelts to rocky mountain junipers and eastern red cedars. Both varieties providing tremendous protection for wildlife from the fierce South Dakota winters.
Todd Schuetzle Dakota Land Co. / Schuetzle Real Estate & Auction Firm