Fall River County, South Dakota
There are 1,408+/- acres of deeded land plus an 800 +/- acre grazing permit. This first-class farm borders the Big Horn River in several places on the west side and the the north side of the land near the building site. The irrigation water comes out of the Big Horn River and it is piped underground. About 802 acres are under five electric center pivot irrigation systems and an additional 143+/- acres can be flood irrigated. This outstanding farm is one of a kind with all of the irrigation systems and flood-irrigated land located together in one block. This is a beautiful and productive farm and is ideally located on the river bottom. All of the irrigation equipment is in great working condition and the center pivots can be controlled remotely. This well-managed farm has excellent, water rights for irrigation with plenty of water allocated for ideal crop production. There is an extensive and very nice set of large buildings with concrete floors along with a semi-scale and two homes. The building site is ideally located right when you come into the land from the road at the north end. The building site also has a well-built pipe corral setup with a tub and alley along with a built-in squeeze chute and loading chute. Currently, the crops that are grown on this land are malting barley and sugar beets. After harvesting the barley, there is thick barley regrowth, which is ideal for intensive livestock grazing. From Worland, Wyoming, this land is located about 9 miles south on Highway 20/789, then about 5 miles south on good asphalt and gravel roads. This land is located just far enough off of the highway for privacy with close access to Worland and Thermopolis. This is one of the most highly desirable irrigated farms that have been put up for sale in this area. You can never go wrong owning good land. Please call the listing broker, Steve Satterlee 605-641-6882, for showings and more information. We appreciate your business.
From Worland, Wyoming, this land is located about nine miles south on Highway 20/789, then 0.8 miles east on Highway 435 to the Tie Down Road, then about four miles south on the Tie Down Road.
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