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Naomi Rossow, Broker
Naomi Rossow Realty, LLC
P.O. Box 325
Medora, ND 58645
Cell: 701-290-3931

The information herein, although deemed reliable, is not guaranteed.
A working cattle ranch of this size is hard to find. Located in south central North Dakota, this 7610 (+/-) acre deeded ranch, currently supports 600-650 cow/calf operation with ample feed base.The owner also leases additional acreage.

Excellent hay production, well-managed pastures, natural protection, 17 wells, 24 dams and 2 pipelines offer the resources needed for optimum productivity and potential.

Outstanding working facilities, good fences, feedlot,9 electric waterers, calving barns, horse barn with box stalls and tack room, heated shop, heated vet shack, and a Morton machine shed, are just a few of the improvements that makes the main headquarters of this ranch ideal.

An Eagle Ridge Span home was built in 2004. Its spacious customized floor plan, knotty pine interior and gas burning stove give it that "western ranch" feel the minute you step in the main foyer. Main level consists of a large kitchen/dining, three bedrooms, main floor utility and attached oversized heated garage.

A second headquarters with a shop, corrals, stock dam and two wells is ready for a second home.

The ranch includes 1263.83 designated tillable acres, but the owners currently have 963.83 of the acreage in hay production. This ranch will grow a sufficient hay base--producing over 2 bales to the acre last year (2400# bales).

Over 10,000 new trees have been planted on the ranch.

Hunting opportunities are abundant throughout the ranch with the natural habitat of water and wooded draws. Deer, turkey, pheasant, grouse and prairie dogs add to the recreational benefits of the ranch.

In an area of good country, the Werslands have experienced strong weaning weights, more than sufficient hay harvests, and great neighbors. They have micro-managed the resources of this ranch for profitable results. The Wersland Ranch boasts of the family's land stewardship and pride of ownership throughout the entire operation.

A ranch like this will be tough for the Sellers to leave behind, but offers a prime turn key opportunity for the next Owner.
CALL ME FOR A SHOWING on this fine ranch property. We can accommodate short notice.


Be it known that existing fenceline boundaries may vary in relation to their location and actual legal description boundaries of property. Seller makes no warranties or representations with regard to specific acreage contained within fenced property lines. Property sells in "as is" condition with location of fences as they exist.

Upon closing, Seller will relinquish leases in favor of new Buyer. New owner will have to apply and be approved for new leases. Annual fees may fluctuate.

Seller reserves right to effectuate a 1031 tax-deferred exchange according to IRS regulations. This exchange will not produce any expense or liability on the part of the Buyer.

Production on the ranch will vary from year to year depending on rainfall and acts of nature.

MINERALS: A portion of Seller-owned minerals may transfer with sale of property. Seller-owned minerals unknown.

Price: $7,775,000
Location: Ranch location from: Bismarck/Mandan, ND--75 miles south McLaughlin, SD--30 miles north Lemmon, SD--60 miles NE Mobridge, SD--60 miles NW Selfrige, ND--12 miles west
County: Sioux
Legal: Request maps from agent.
Acres: Deeded: 7614 (+/-)
Water: 17 wells, 24 dams and 2 pipelines, LeFone Creek
Taxes: $11.358.36 (2011)
Home (2004)--40 x 76 (incl. att. garage 32 x 36)
Pole Barn #1--40 x 80
Horse Barn (1997)--32 x 48
Shop w/concrete (1998) -- 40 x 60
Older quonset w/concrete--18 x 32
Older wood garage w/concrete--32 x 35
Morton Machine Shed (1995) -- 54 x 106
Pole barn #2--40 x 80
Barn w/lean--32 x 36 Vet Room(heated)--12 x 16
Calving Barn--50 x 102
Grain bin (2)--6000 bu.
Grain bin--4000 bu.

Shop (1994) --40 x 80 (20 x 40 is heated)
Older vacant home
Hook ups for mobile home.