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Qualm Ranch
Gregory, South Dakota
2175 acres
Known by some locals, as the Rafter Q Ranch, the Qualm Ranch is conveniently located just off the beautiful chalky bluffs of the Missouri River. Minutes from Bonesteel, South Dakota, a peaceful paradise for any outdoor enthusiast. The Qualm Ranch consists of 2,175 +/- deeded acres of continuous secluded rolling pasture draws lined with an array of cottonwood and ash trees. LandThe Qualm Ranch in Gregory County, South Dakota is nestled in the rolling prairie terrain in the vicinity of Lake Francis Case. Located just one mile from the banks of the Missouri offering unprecedented access and breathtaking views. The Qualm Ranch borders over 3,800+/- acres of state and public hunting land. These additional acres offer a potential buyer more huntable acres, with endless wildlife management opportunities on their own property. The aged cottonwood/ash tree “forest” engulfs the bluffs across much of the Qualm Ranch. The areas along the Truesdell Creek not only provide access to year-round water, but are considered a legacy of the past and could be thought of as “the living dead,” currently helping support a high diversity of vegetation and wildlife. This ranch has been leased over the last decade for grazing, and the current tenant would consider continuing the tradition. The updated fences, multiple ponds and an artesian well on the property serve their purpose of rotational grazing and ensuring over-grazing will not happen. Grazing income is $34 +/- per acre. RecreationAn abundance of natural resources paired with the diversity of the landscape has recognized Gregory County for big deer and is one of the top counties in South Dakota for Boone and Crockett typical Whitetails. The combination of Trophy Whitetail and Mule deer along with antelope and meridian turkey serve as an ideal diversification of wildlife. South Dakota is known as one of the top pheasant harvest states. While “The Golden Triangle,” an area between Gregory, Winner and Chamberlain claims one of the highest pheasant populations in South Dakota. The grassy prairie and grain fields also provide great habitat for sharp-tailed grouse, prairie chickens, turkeys and geese. The Qualm Ranch is situated just minutes from Whetstone Game Production Area offering camper hookups, boat ramps and a fish cleaning station. Lake Francis Case reservoir consists of 102,000 acres of gently winding river with a maximum depth of 140 feet. Making this portion of the river home to a broad variety of game fish with walleye being the most sought after. HistoryThe Qualm Ranch represents an opportunity to purchase a unique holding. It is rare that a recreational property of the magnitude is being offered in this region. The land is very remote and remarkably scenic, situated adjacent to the “Mighty Mo”. This ranch is ready to be improved, if one desired; given the location and accessibility accompanied by direct access to Hwy 1806.
Haakon County Hideout
Haakon, South Dakota
960 acres
The Haakon County Hideout offers 960 deeded acres of productive cropland in Haakon County, South Dakota. 885 +/- of these acres are tillable with a 46.6 overall USDA average crop productivity rating. There is 30,000 bushels of grain storage in four corrugated grain bins, rural water at the property entrance, and two spring fed stock dams. This property is located in the North Central part of the county, off paved SD Highway 34.LandThe acreage consists of 960 +/- deeded acres with approximately 885 +/- acres of tillable cropland. 485 +/- acres are planted to corn in 30” rows, skipping every third row; to be picked as ear corn this fall. Grass sorghum (often called milo) is planted in the remainder 400 acres of the Haakon County Hideout for forage production. This crop is often promoted for upland bird habitat, while serving as an effective food source for a variety of big game animals. The two spring fed stock dams, also supported by the Long Branch or Plum Creek are comprised of 4 +/- acres providing year-round water access to be used for livestock: if one desired. RecreationAn array of resources provides a diverse range of wildlife, making every aspect of big game hunting available at the Haakon County Hideout. The areas fed by both the Long Branch and Plum Creek act as corridors for an abundance of wildlife onto the property. Unit 31/Haakon County produces outstanding Whitetail and Mule Deer hunting, nothing short of World Class. You will also find herds of Antelope freely roaming the property after harvest is complete. The Grasslands of this region is the epicenter of sharp-tailed grouse and greater prairie chickens, that both birding and hunting enthusiasts have come to appreciate. These species have evolved to withstand the harsh South Dakota weather and environmental extremities, that repeatedly push back at them.  Additionally, South Dakota is known for the best pheasant hunting in the country. According to the South Dakota Game Fish and Parks, the last time hunters harvested less than 1 million roosters during season was in 1992 and that year’s count was about 970,000. Not to mention, the Lower Oahe of the Missouri River is just an hour from away. The reservoir is a walleye fishing destination for anglers across the country and has been referred to as the “walleye factory.”  This system is known for producing good numbers of walleye, with additional trophy potential for a variety of game fish. Region & ClimateThe Haakon County Hideout is located 40 miles north of Philip or 37 miles west from Hayes, in North Central South Dakota. The Pierre Regional Airport is approximately 1 hour away and handles multiple commercial flights per day. Commercial flights are available through Denver Air Connection and SkyWest, as well as accommodations for charter services with Mustang Aviation. HistoryBoundaries of the property are fenced with a four wire fence for four miles, with two and a half miles are unfenced. No warranties about the location of the fence lines will be made in relationship to the deeded property lines. The property is being sold as the location of the fences currently exist, based on boundaries shown on the legal description. According to the Haakon County Treasurer, the taxes for 2021 due in 2022 are $1,528.44.
Bad Hand Bluffs 50 Acres
Brule, South Dakota
50.00 acres
Here is your chance at rare acreage overlooking the Missouri River.  Located less than 4 miles north of Chamberlain, South Dakota sits 50 acres ready to hunt, build, or invest on.  The property sits between The Missouri River and Highway 50. LandEnjoy rolling bluffs with Cedar Trees scattered throughout the property creating great habitat for animals.  With this habitat you find great deer hunting for both Whitetail and Mule deer, turkeys make for common sight around the property.  The Upland Bird Hunting in this area is world class, with good pheasant and grouse numbers found along the Missouri River.   Great building sites can be found on the high points of the bluffs.  Views stretch North and South down the Missouri River, and enjoy Sun rises and Sunsets. RecreationChamberlain, SD is known for its world class Walleye fishing. The town is a hub year-round for avid fishermen, either spring and summer or fall and winter.  Chamberlain lies in the heart of Pheasant country.   There are numerous public walk-in areas within a 30 minute drive of town.  Truly a Sportmen’s Dream…
Bennett County-Sportsmen’s Destination
Bennett, South Dakota
200.00 acres
This Bennett County 200+/- Deeded acre Track is what the title reads, “A Sportsmen’s Destination”.  With the properties rolling pine tree covered hills and deep draws this is sure to be a wildlife sanctuary.  Tremendous deer hunting for both Whitetail and Mule Deer awaits the new owner.  There is plenty of food, cover and water to support all the needs of a healthy heard.  There is a large elk heard that frequents the area, with trophy bulls taken off the ranch in years past. The ranch is completely fenced with a windmill and tank located in the center of the property. The stunning views on this property along with the mixed-grass prairie, have rich history waiting to be explored. The rugged draws provide great travel corridors and excellent stand locations throughout. No words to describle the multitide of beauty on this parcel, it is a must-see. This is a secluded property, building may be difficult.  2020 Taxes: $309 The property is located 20 minutes Northwest of Martin, South Dakota, and approximately an hour and half from Rapid City, South Dakota. This offering would make a great investment for anyone looking for acreage with income potential, and outstanding hunting.  Call Kasey Wipf for more information of to set up your on private qualified showing (605)-281-9808
Rapid Creek 41
Pennington, South Dakota
41.8 acres
Outstanding views from this 41 acre lot, located 15 minutes of Rapid City right off highway 44.LandThis beautiful building site with power has great views of the Black Hills and the borders of The Badlands.  Enjoy the peace of the country right on the front porch of your future home.  The lack of covenants allows for the home of your dreams. This bountiful grass pasture is great for horses to feed most of the year. Ride down the road, build an outdoor arena or access the public areas just a few miles away,  that offer  great trails for horses,  ATV’s and hunting. ImprovementsElectricity and Water-well on sight. Located In  either the New Underwood or Rapid City school district.
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