Todd County Irrigated Organic Farm
The Todd County Irrigated Organic Farm consists of 480± contiguous acres, of which 390± are pivot irrigated and lies in a unique area of south-central South Dakota. The farm is located in the very northern edge of the Ogallala Aquifer. The soils are very friendly for farming, along with good groundwater supply and no pumping restrictions. The land was developed to pivot irrigation in 2014 along with all new equipment and is certified organic. The farm provides an excellent opportunity to expand into organic farming or enhance your portfolio with an investment property. Also, since the farm is located in a Federal Opportunity Zone, it may be eligible for preferential tax treatment.
Acreage (Deeded & Leased)
Native Grassland: 84± Acres
- Three 2014 Valley 8 tower pivots
- Four irrigation wells drilled in 2014
- 2014 electric pumps, panels, wiring, and underground pipe
- One livestock well
See brochure for well permit list. Contact broker for further information.
Irrigated grazing could be utilized on the pivots. The setup of all three pivots being contiguous would enable cross-fencing for a rotational grazing system, which could also benefit from being certified organic. Another option is certified organic alfalfa production and sale.
Leases and Permits
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