Properties for Sale
MOELLER FARM, RANCH & HUNTING
3 in 1 South Dakota Income Stream Property
2,108 deeded acres $6,000,000
Just south of the White River breaks and northwest of Winner, South Dakota, the pheasant hunting capitol of the world, there are 12,108 acres now available, including 10,000 acre available for lease. This property is adjacent to the Rosebud Indian Reservation, legendary for its big bucks large populations of prairie chickens and sharptail grouse. There is unlimited access to an additional 1.8 million acres via a tribal guide. Moeller Farm, Ranch and Hunting contains a pocket of outstanding agricultural ground that serves as a wildlife magnet for the many square miles of surrounding unturned prairie. This property is off the beaten path and provides wintering habitat for thousands of wild pheasants.
ROCK CREEK RANCH
South Dakota Hunting at it’s Finest
1,071 deeded acres $4,125,000
Rock Creek Ranch is a turn-key hunting operation located in Hidden Timber, South Dakota. Nestled along the banks of Rock Creek and the Keya Paha River, the property is just southwest of the pheasant hunting capital of the world, Winner, South Dakota. The Rock Creek Ranch not only offers "best" in class pheasant hunting, but deer, prairie grouse and turkey hunting here is second to none. The sellers are true conservationists and have invested a lifetime managing and nurturing the property for wildlife and have created a model hunting business. The success of Rock Creek Ranch is legendary, with a rich history of clientele, including country and rock music legends, movie stars, sports heroes, CEOs and corporate giants. They are booked for next year.
QUAIL COUNTRY HUNTING RETREAT
Bob White and Scaled Quail
640 deeded acres $608,000
Native grassland with excellent water located in the heart of Colorado quail country… Bobwhites and Scaled quail abound here. This property sets just a mile west of the famous Witcher Hunting Ranch on the Cimarron River. The Comanche National Grasslands and Cimarron National Grasslands, plus lots of state land in Oklahoma and Colorado are all close-by, offering thousands of acres of quail hunting opportunities in the tri-state area. Quail season in Colorado runs from the second week in November, through January 31. The Oklahoma quail season runs into the middle of February. There are currently three coveys on the property… both Bobwhites and Scaled quail are thriving here. The outstanding water on the property is a big draw for quail and other wildlife.