The Jones Family Farmland is located in central South Dakota, approximately 14 miles west and north of the town of Onida, SD. The property lies adjacent to SD HWY 1804, providing paved road access to markets, services and recreation. As an area rich in history and economics, many farming operations have been in the same ownership for generations. The Jones Family Farmland shares in this heritage, being offered for the first time in three generations!
This property is available for immediate possession.
Of the 160 acres, 149 acres are currently in crop production, according FSA maps. Soil classifications on the tillable are mostly Class II Agar silt-loam and Agar-Onita silt loam with productivity ratings of an astonishing 92 and 94! Installing drain title in a couple key areas could serve to increase the actual cropped acreage.
Grain markets and transportation are readily available in the area with two large, local grain dealers, abundant storage capacities, local feedlots and both highway and rail transportation available. On the horizon, local investors are expecting to begin construction of a new $65M ethanol plant on the edge of town. With a projected production capacity of 70M gal/year, the anticipated increase in demand for locally grown corn could be game-changing.
Price reduced from $632,000.
According to FSA maps, of the 160 acres, 149 acres are currently in crop production. Soil classifications on the tillable are mostly Class II Agar silt-loam and Agar-Onita silt loam with productivity ratings of an astonishing 92 and 94!
Installing drain title in a couple key areas could serve to increase the actual cropped acreage.
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