Income-Producing Tillable Near Veblen, SD In The Prairie Coteau


This property is approximately 287.8ac of black dirt with an average CPI of 67.2. The three predominant soil types are Castlewood silty clay (31.6%), Peever-Hamerly complex (25.5%), and Peever clay loam (16.1%). There is excellent field access from the roads bordering the eastern and western property boundaries. There is a renter currently in place, but it is up to the buyer’s discretion whether to continue the existing lease agreement. There are approximately 2ac of trees in the northwest corner of the property, and there are approximately 8.43ac of freshwater emergent wetlands. There are overhead power lines along the western and eastern roads bordering both sides of the property, and the western road (446th Ave.) is blacktop. Accessible, flat building sites could be considered on either side of the property. The property is not currently managed for wildlife, but this region is known for whitetail deer and migratory waterfowl hunting. Call, text, or email today to learn more about the potential of this property.

Property Details

  • About six miles north and east of Ortley, SD
  • Thirty-six miles to Watertown, SD
  • About one hundred and two miles to Fargo, ND
  • Great access, borders County Road 17
  • Productive tillable field (approximate rent $36,000/year)
  • Property taxes approximately $5,186/year
  • Building eligibility
  • Freshwater emergent wetlands

446th Ave
Veblen, South Dakota 57270
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