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Spring Creek Ranch
#ND457793
88th St SW , Rhame
North Dakota, 58651
Bowman County
6,864.00 acres
Located on the edge of the famous North Dakota Badlands in the Cedar Hills area, the Spring Creek Ranch is a solid, year-round cow/calf operation. Comprised of 6,864 total contiguous acres, this well-watered, hard grass ranch produces heavy calf weights each year. The ranch is owner-rated at 350 head year-round on a combination of 5,864 deeded, 760 State of North Dakota lease and 120 BLM lease acres. Deep, tree and brush-filled draws along with the badlands breaks provide amazing winter protection for the cattle as well as perfect habitat for the flourishing wildlife found on the ranch. Developed water wells, pipelines and reservoirs produce abundant, year-round water locations across the entire ranch. The well-maintained improvements include a beautiful three bedroom, three bath home; an older home converted into an employee/bunkhouse building; shop; cattle barns and three sets of corrals. The ranch is easily accessible year-round from well-maintained county roads and is close to larger communities that offer many retail, banking and healthcare options.
$4,975,000

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Prairie Smoke Hunting Ranch
#ND952206
1860 2nd Avenue , McClusky
North Dakota, 58463
Sheridan County
844.00 acres
Situated on approximately 844 deeded acres, the Prairie Smoke Hunting Ranch has been geared towards providing comfortable and efficient accommodations for hunting parties of eight to ten people including all facilities to clean harvested birds. Additional improvements included ample storage space for ATVs boats and other equipment plus dog kennel facilities. The ranch is comprised of 347 cropland acres and approximately 497 acres of native pastures. Currently, a portion of the cropland used for wildlife food plots to enhance the attraction of birds and deer. Historically, the ranch will graze approximately 85-100 cow/calf pairs during the summer months.
$1,950,000

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On 79th Street NE
#ND954554
On 79th Street NE , Bismarck
North Dakota, 58503
Burleigh County
3.00 acres
Located in commercially zoned area. Could be zoned commercial. Excellent location. Level lot. Great potential for building sites.
$1,563,640
2,729 Acres in Pennington & Red Lake Counties, Minnesota and Grand Forks County, North Dakota
#ND491020
26th Ave NE  , Manvel
North Dakota, 58235
Grand Forks County
2,729.00 acres
Offering 2,729 Acres in Pennington and Red Lake Counties, Minnesota and Grand Forks County, North Dakota.

Tract 1: 160 Acres, Pennington and Red Lake Counties, Minnesota
Productive farmland along with great hunting land in this Northwest Minnesota property. Very productive soils with great access. Great site for a hunting cabin. Tract 1 is offered at $296,000.

Tract 2: 1,419.50 Acres, Grand Forks County, North Dakota
Improved productivity with 928 drain tiled acres. Crop history of corn, soybeans, sunflowers, and wheat. 95,000 bushels of grain storge located in Manvel. Low real estate taxes. Building site in Gilby 2 is excluded. Tract 2 is offered at $4,200,000.

Tract 3: 1,261.17 Acres, Pennington and Red Lake Counties, Minnesota
Productive sandy loam soils with 328 acres under irrigation along with some tiled acres. Suitable for corn, soybeans, edible beans, and many other crops. Strong investment return potential. Shop and bins in Lambert 34 are excluded. Tract 3 is offered at $4,000,000.
$8,496,000
Turn-Key Cattle Ranch In South Central North Dakota
#ND274606
6930 Hwy 6, Lot #WP001  , Solen
North Dakota, 58570
Morton County
2,640.00 acres
Here is a fully functioning, turn-key cattle ranch with year-round world-class hunting opportunities. This 2600+ contiguous acre ranch is located where the west begins and offers some of the best views you will find anywhere in the upper midwest. The property sits on the banks of the famous Cannonball River and offers over 4 miles of frontage. This income-producing cattle ranch is operating on 2100+/-acres of owned pasture/hunting ground and 540+/- acres of tillable land. There is also an additional 372+/- acres of leased state ground that adjoins the property to make the hunting and pasturing more expansive. Currently, around 260 head are being run on the farm and it could easily sustain over 300 cow/calf pairs. The property is fully fenced/cross fenced with cattle guards and metal tube gates. The hunting opportunities on this property are as diverse as anywhere I have seen and I would put the quality of the wildlife up against anywhere in the country. There are 2 prairie dog towns on the property and people travel from all over the area to come to this ranch to hunt dogs. I got a crack at few of them myself when out there and that is as fun as it gets for an avid outdoorsman. The number of prairie dogs seen was crazy and with hilltop views of the prairie dog town, the hunting for long-range rifle guys would be second to none. The predator hunting is equally as good and you can call in coyotes from the canyons and river banks with ease. If deer hunting is your thing, you have the opportunity at both whitetail and mule deer, and big ones at that. The owner of the ranch shot 168 B&C whitetails last year and it was by no means his biggest.  The amount of whitetail and muleys on the property is truly remarkable as the pressure is very low on and around the ranch. Maybe you like chasing speed goats, there are plenty of antelope in the area and he has pics of a really nice up and coming buck this year. In the springtime the turkey hunting is awesome as is the pheasant and grouse hunting in the fall. The property offers several ponds and even a private lake that offers some great waterfowl action. The lake and river also offer some great fishing for walleye in the spring and catfish/panfish during the summer months. This property truly offers the opportunity at hunting all ND has to offer. This would be a solid investment for a hunting group, cattle operation or business/corporation. The property comes with 50% mineral rights and has an active gravel pit on the property. The income potential for renting out the pasture/tillable land would bring around $100K annually depending on how much you want to rent out. The options are endless and a property like this doesn’t come up often. The owner is requiring proof of funds or a bank pre-approval letter and 24 hr notice before showing. Please call me to set up your private tour of this beautiful ranch.
$7,500,000
Business And Hunting Opportunity In The Heart Of Western ND
#ND468765
3100 Buffalo Gap Road  , Medora
North Dakota, 58645
Golden Valley County
320.00 acres
It’s difficult to talk about the Badlands, Medora, and Theodore Roosevelt National Park without including the Buffalo Gap Guest Ranch in the conversation. If you’ve ever been here, you will know why this area is the number one tourist destination in the state. This turn-key business includes a lodge, bar, working ranch, and a long list of other features. Go back to a simpler time when you pull onto the property as the historic nature of the Buffalo Gap Guest Ranch takes full effect. That peaceful, western feeling is why the guests keep coming back time and time again to enjoy a wide range of amenities. Whether it’s spending time having a meal and drink in the full-service restaurant and bar, watching TV in one of the 18 year-round rental rooms, sitting on the deck at one of the 4 private cabins, jumping on the Buffalo Gap Trail, or cooking outside your camper at one of the 50 RV hookups, there is a way for everybody to relax and be comfortable. Aside from all of the rental rooms, cabins, houses, and camping areas, once you take a closer look at all the features this ranch has, the more amazed you will be. There is an efficient geothermal system heating and cooling the lodge, restaurant, and bar. Throughout the property, there is a 40’x80’ shop, half of which is heated, with 16-foot sidewalls and overhead doors, an 80’x80’ Wedding Barn, a 30’x40’ meat processing center, two 180’x280’ arena’s, a shower house, a staging area for performances complete with dressing rooms, 2 softball fields, and much more. There are also nearly 2,800 acres of federally leased land that goes with the property allowing for grazing of 97 cow/calf pairs. The hunting in the area is phenomenal with a wide variety of animals to chase. With this property, every year goes not only an antelope and deer license, which is good for either mule deer or whitetail deer but also the incredibly high in demand North Dakota Elk License. That’s right, you will get a license to hunt elk anywhere in Unit 4E every year! If you have ever dreamt of getting away from it all, running your own business, and hunting the most sought after big game every year in the beautiful ND badlands, this is your chance. Call me today to further discuss this amazing opportunity.
$5,500,000
I-94 WEST EXIT 56 (28)
#ND542576
I-94 WEST EXIT 56 (28) , Dickinson
North Dakota, 58601
Stark County
28.00 acres
INTERSTATE COMMERCIAL LAND FOR SALE. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITY. LOCATED RIGHT OFF EXIT 56 ON INTERSTATE 94 WEST. HIGHLY VISIBLE TO INTERSTATE TRAFFICE. APPROXIMATELY 28 ACRES SOUTH EAST SIDE OF EXIT. ADDITIONAL APPROXIMATELY 13 ACRES ON SOUTH WEST SIDE OF EXIT
$2,226,787
I-94 WEST EXIT 56 13
#ND612693
I-94 WEST EXIT 56 13 , Dickinson
North Dakota, 58601
Stark County
13.00 acres
INTERSTATE COMMERCIAL LAND FOR SALE. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITY.LOCATED RIGHT OFF EXIT 56 ON INTERSTATE 94 WEST. HIGHLY VISIBLE TO INTERSTATE TRAFFICE. APPROXIMATELY 13 ACRES SOUTH EAST SIDE OF EXIT. ADDITIONAL APPROXIMATELY 28 ACRES ON EAST SIDE OF EXIT
$1,748,499
World Class Whitetail Hunting Property In North Central ND
#ND652892
7th Ave. NE, Lot #WP001  , Towner
North Dakota, 58788
McHenry County
1,014.00 acres
This World Class Whitetail hunting property has been highly managed over the past 15+ years and there has been strictly archery-only hunting on the property. This 1000 +/- contiguous acre ranch has everything you need to grow and hold big whitetail bucks. THE LAND: The landscape of this property is unlike most of ND in general and what you think of when talking about the Sandhill region of central ND. The rugged hills and thick pockets of Aspen make for great bedding and form natural pinch points, ridges, and funnels that the whitetail deer love. The Burr Oak with mixed-in Cottonwood adds an additional food source and makes for good trees to hang sets in. The property has been manicured from top to bottom and is a turnkey operation. The many miles of trails throughout the property make it easy to navigate with a UTV and make game retrieval easy. This trail system leads to the many food plots, ground/elevated blinds, mineral sites, and massive feeders that are scattered all around the property. There is also a 40-acre alfalfa field in place and an additional 160 acres that could be farmed or planted into food plots. The property is fully fenced and has gated access from the north and west. There are several stock ponds around the property as well that makes for a good natural water source for the deer, turkey, elk, and moose that frequent the area. There is a landlocked state 40 that is surrounded by this property and it just adds to the acreage and hunt ability. This is truly one of the nicer pieces of deer hunting property that I have ever stepped foot on! THE CABIN: The 3 bed 1 bath hunting cabin makes for a good place to come back at the day's end to cook a steak on the grill, talk smart with your hunting buddies, and enjoy the sunsets off the porch or a fire. The cabin has seen some improvements recently with a newer steel roof, wrap-around porch on three sides, and septic system. They are selling the cabin furnished, so appliances and furniture stay with the property.  The shed is a good storage place for ATVs, stands, and other toys. The barn in the back of the yard makes for even more storage for bigger items, like your tractor and equipment. THE HUNTING: When I opened up this write-up with “World Class Whitetail Hunting”, I meant it. This property has produced over the years and the pics that hang in the cabin prove it. They have managed this property as well as any I have ever seen and the results are there. They have harvested over 20 + Pope and Young bucks in the past twelve years and have let many up-and-coming younger deer and borderline mature deer walk. The deer herd here is doing well and it's in large part to the management practices put into place on the property. There are also a lot of turkeys and grouse to hunt on the property. If waterfowl hunting is your thing, there is exceptional hunting on the Mouse River and close by public land that sees little to no pressure and puts out big-time numbers of ducks and geese. If you are looking for that dream ranch to hunt big whitetails and lots of them, this is it! Call me to set up a private tour of the property.
$1,690,000
W 20th St & 2nd Ave
#ND612168
W 20th St & 2nd Ave , Dickinson
North Dakota, 58601
Stark County
6.00 acres
Plans Available for Nine 24 unit buildings. (Picture is projected Project) Total of 216 Units. Zoning Approval all ready in place. Super piece of property in PRIME LOCATION, JUST SOUTH OF SAX MOTORS, East of Highway 22 one block, South of Walmart 2 Blocks. Multi-family development. Plat and Zoning in place, Plat map available. City water,sewer, curb & gutter. Ready to build on. Super nice terrain.
$1,634,000