642 Acres, more or less
Bon Homme County, South Dakota
Contact Dan Rohrer for more information at (402)841-1360
Description: The Farview Ranch is a one-of-a-kind property with so much to offer. The current
owner has owned the ranch for over 30 years and has continued to make improvements, apply
conservation practices, and make wildlife enhancements resulting in a premier South Dakota
estate. I don't know where you could find a more diversified operation consisting of productive
cropland, high quality grassland, working ranch facilities, a majestic custom built log home,
trophy whitetail deer, waterfowl hunting, turkey hunting, outstanding fishing, and spectacular
views as far as you can see along the two miles of the Missouri River frontage.
The ranch consists of approximately 162 acres of hayland (143.92 acres of newly seeded alfalfa in 2018) and 480
acres of grassland, timber, and the highly improved building site. The pasture is leased for the 2019 grazing
season. The cropland is leased through 2020. Additional lease details are available upon request.
The owner has historically wintered 500 cows on the ranch along with 300 feeder calves and replacement heifers.
The feedlot facilities include fenceline bunks, automatic waterers & tire tanks, pipe corral fences, a covered
working facility, steel loading chute and trailer loadout, sorting pens, hospital pens, and a large calving barn.
Water to the home, feedlot, and pastures is provided by a well at the building site, along with an extensive
pipeline system throughout the pasture serving numerous tire tank sites and automatic waterers. The east and
west pastures also offer two live streams flowing throughout. Future potential hookups from the B-Y Rural Water
system are available along the north end of the ranch.
The owner rates the annual pasture capacity at 75 cow/calf pairs for five months. An additional 50 yearling
heifers were also grazing during the late summer of 2018 due to the abundance of grass. Abundant water provided
to the pastures include two streams, numerous flowing springs, and a pipeline serving several hydrants with tire
tanks. The pasture is cross fenced and has excellent hardwood timber providing shade and protection for the
Property Improvements and Features include:
Custom Log Home designed and constructed in 1998, approximately 6,171 sq. ft. of finished living
area on two levels. The home has 6 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, a large covered front porch, a huge deck
looking out over the ranch and Missouri River, a cozy enclosed porch off the master bedroom, 650 sq.
ft. heated oversized double garage, (4) fireplaces- gas, elect. & wood, Pella windows, gorgeous cypress
hardwood flooring, and much much more.
The main floor consists of a stunning great room with 23' cathedral ceilings, exposed log beams, a
massive black hills quartz stone fireplace, a huge open floor plan with a modern kitchen w/ double sink
plus island with 2nd sink and disposal, sub zero refrigerator freezer, Chef gas range w/ dual
fuel- griddle, grill, & double oven, walk in pantry, spacious dining room, office, guest room, main
floor laundry room, master suite with fireplace and a large master bath with jetted tub and double
The full walk out basement includes 4 bedrooms (non-conforming), game room, sauna, huge wood burning
stone fireplace, kitchenette, bathroom, Latilla wood ceilings, western mural, by local artist storage
rooms, and patio doors opening up tout onto a large lower level flagstone patio.
The entire structure is highly energy efficient with 13" solid log walls and a 14" thick insulated
roofing system. The home is served by a heat pump for central air conditioning and propane heat. The
home also has a solid poured concrete foundation, a buried system of tile drainage around the exterior,
and a 6,000 gallon underground water storage tank to collect rainwater from the roof to be conserved
and utilized through the lawn sprinkler system. Another well thought out feature when built was complete
handicap accessibility without a single step. Supplemental propane lighting and back up auxiliary
generator wiring and separate circuit breakers were installed to give you peace of mind in the event
of a power outage.
Bunkhouse 14'x70' manufactured home with trussed roof, asphalt shingles, and rustic
wood siding. The home has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, and a covered front porch.
Goat Kidding Shed 34'x48', wired and insulated, and abundant storage for livestock, machinery, feed,
Original Ranch House/Sportsmans Lodge - two story structure with partial
basement currently utilized as storage and workshop space.
Calving Barn 60'x112' with water and electrical service and designed for portable pens that can be configured
to suit any calving setup
1940's Traditional Barn 38'x54' with full loft and netting for raising poultry or pheasants
Shop & Meat Room 26'x54'- fully insulated, wired, and concrete floor in the shop area with wood heat,
overhead door, and covered porch along the south side. The attached meat room offers a walk-in cooler,
walk-in freezer and is designed to be a complete professional butchering facility for hogs, cattle, deer,
and wild game.
Open front steel Quonset 35'x126' (17' tall- new in 2010)- This is a large modern maintenance free machine
Open front Machine Shed 40'x80' - This is a tall building that can be utilized for hay storage, vehicles,
Hay shed 52'x110' (18' tall- new in 2014)- This is a large capacity hay storage shelter with good drainage
and access right off the driveway.
Storage shed (corn crib) 36'x40' steel roof and siding, used to store acreage equipment and ranch supplies
In addition to the ranch income and significant recreational value there are several tracts along the northern
boundary road frontage and southern river bluff frontage that have tremendous future development potential.
This is truly a legacy property that you must see to appreciate. Please enjoy the attached video and
accompanying pictures to see the many aspects of this grand South Dakota ranch.
**Note: The Property will be shown by appointment only to pre-qualified buyers. The rights to the cell tower on
Parcel #21114404 (10.16 acres) are being retained by the seller and are not included in the sale. Call for
Directions:From the Missouri River lookout on the north end of the Standing Bear Bridge between Niobrara, NE
and Springfield, SD: go 1 1/2 miles north on Hwy 14 /37 to 317th Ave., then 1 mile west to 409th Ave., and
1/2 mile south.
Price: $2,725,000 Sale Pending
2018 Taxes: $9,619.66
Address: 31753 409th Ave., Springfield, SD 57062
(Click on image for a larger view)
FSA Cropland Acres: 204.57
Oats Base Acres: 18.10 Corn Base Acres: 143.90
(FSA 578 and 156 EZ documents available upon request)
Information herein was obtained from sources
deemed reliable, but Broker makes no guarantees as to its accuracy. Prospective
buyers are urged to inspect the property and rely on their own conclusions.