Excellent waterfowl, as well as whitetail deer and pheasant property with income-producing CRP in the Lake Traverse region. Grassland acres make up just over half of this property, and the eastern side of the property adjoins a prime duck hunting slough. The property also has its own smaller duck marsh near the western property boundary edged by cattails, grasses, and sapling trees. The uplands provide pheasant and deer habitat, and there is abundant cropland in the neighborhood of the property. The town of Rosholt, South Dakota is located 2.5 miles north on 472nd Avenue and one-half mile east on blacktop SD Highway 127. The North Dakota border is approximately 10 miles north, and the city of Fargo is a little over an hour away on Interstate 29. Lake Traverse and the Minnesota border is 7 miles east.
Approximately 47.5 CRP acres
Whitetail and pheasant hunting
Rosholt, SD is approximately 3 miles northeast
Passive income potential from CRP
Potential to develop wildlife habitat and food plots