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$10,900,000 1,624.81 acres
Pierre, South Dakota 57501 - Hughes County

Ass Kickin' Ranch

The Ass Kickin Ranch consists of 1624.81+/- total deeded acres, with over 1250 acres considered as irrigated acres. There are over 300 acres of dryland cropland . The remainder land is prime recreational developed habitat. The irrigated land is watered by 5 electric intake pumps from Lake Sharpe and (1) 3000 gpm well. This more than ample water is responsible for feeding 11 pivots. The current owner has prided himself with the ability to run all 11 pivots with plenty of water. Corn, soybeans, alfalfa, milo, wheat, and sunflowers have been successfully grown on the rich banks of the Missouri River. Soils predominately are silt loams, Class II soils with productivity ranging from 85-94. Ass Kickin Ranchs location along Lake Sharpe h
Todd Schuetzle Dakota Land Co. / Schuetzle Real Estate & Auction Firm
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$9,620,000 10,542 acres 8 Beds | 6 Baths | 1 ½ Bath | 9500 sqft
21432 Babcock Road, Wall, South Dakota 57790 - Pennington County

10,542 acres Wall, SD

Stunning, distinctive South Dakota Ranch Property for sale: $9,620,000 for 10,542 acres, 9317 +/- deeded. This unique property is located 25 miles North of Wall, SD on Babcock Road. The ranch is set in the rolling plains and river bluffs of South Dakota's magnificent cowboy country with some of the best deer hunting in the State. This can be your land - as far as your eye can see. The ranch is comprised of grass covered rolling plains as well as numerous canyons which provide shelter and bedding for cattle and wildlife. A lake off the main yard provides a beautiful view after spring snow melt. The entire ranch is served by a rural water system with each pasture boasting numerous water tanks. Approximately four miles of the Cheyenne Ri
Pat Healy