FOR SALE +/- 1,238 ACRES TURN KEY ORGANIC FARMING OPPORTUNITY!
This unique 1,238 acre Organic Farm has never been offered before. When crop prices aren't predictable, you need to look at farm land that offers more cash flow opportunity. *(This farm is ONLY being sold because the seller is buying another10,000 acres.)
This property consists of +/- 1,238 total acres. 960 of those acres are certified organic, with 760 acres under irrigation pivots. There is another +/- 278 acre dry-land farm that has started to be converted to organic and has an approved water permit for irrigation. These properties sit on the massive Oglala aquifer that offers ample clean water. The seller is aware of a very good supply of manure within 100 miles at a very good price and is willing to share that contact information. This is an excellent opportunity in the organic farm market. Prices are much higher with an organic crop vs commercial crop.
You'll never find another Organic Farm land opportunity like this in South Dakota.
Location / Directions:
960 acre certified organic irrigated parcel- Hwy 18 and Vetal SD South on 237th ave 5 miles then ½ mile to West property on south side of road.
278 acre transitional organic dryland parcel with water permit- from Hwy 18 and 231st South 5 miles. Property on West side of road.
- 6 - 8 tower T & L pivots
- 6 irrigation wells, all electric
- 50,000 +/- bushel grain storage
- 1,512 sq ft shop
- Electric submersible wells
- Tire tanks with Pipeline
960 acres - There is one submersible well and six high capacity irrigation wells ranging from 700 – 1000 gpm. Each pivot has its own well. The high capacity wells are all 200 – 240 ft deep. The static water level ranges from 35-55 ft. The ground water is non-corrosive. The submersible well supplies water to tire tanks for livestock.
278 acres- There have been test wells drilled for irrigation wells. Tests show ample water for irrigation. Water permit has been obtained.
ALL WATER RIGHTS WILL BE TRANSFERRED TO NEW OWNER
960 acres $5,552.62
278 acres $1,830
$5,356,000 ($4,326.00 per acre)
All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed