Productive soils and good access along a township road are the two most important features of this tillable land in Marshall County. The property is on the west side of 427th Avenue, just one half-mile south of the North Dakota border. Britton, South Dakota, offers a grain elevator and other essential services within minutes of the property. The top 3 soil types are Harmony-Aberdeen silty clay loams with 0-2% slopes (25%), Nahon-Aberdeen Exline silt loams with 0-2% slopes (25%), and Valleys loam with 0-1% slopes (21%). The Crop Productivity Index (CPI) averages 55, and the National Commodity Crop Productivity Index (NCCPI) averages 45. Approximately 79 acres are currently in row crop production, and approximately 1 acre is a dugout pond. The tenancy is open beginning in 2023, but if it suits the buyer, the current operator would be interested in staying on.
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