Belle Fourche, located on the northern boundary of the South Dakota Black Hills, was founded in the late 1800s as a pioneering western town, rich in cattle dynasties and cowboy country legends. The “Belle Fourche Valley Double Well Cattle Ranch” reflects this genuine western culture today as it is conveniently located just 5 miles east of this historic community and encapsulates all the symbolic qualities of a working ranch.
This 2,094± contiguous acre ranch is situated above the Belle Fourche River valley with panoramic views of the beautiful Black Hills, stretching from the Bear Lodge Mountains of Wyoming to Bear Butte east of Sturgis. In addition, Orman Dam/Belle Fourche Reservoir and the Rocky Point Recreation Area compliment the ranch’s expansive scenic setting.
The Belle Fourche Valley Double Well Cattle Ranch is a “producer designed” cattle feeding operation and boasts quality construction from the Texas upright entranceway to the last swinging gate! The working facilities are second to none, providing livestock a stress-free environment with buildings strategically placed and tied together with pens, corrals, and alleyways. Feedlots are located adjacent to the barns offering exceptional southern exposure with superb drainage. Pastures are cross-fenced for range management and are sufficiently watered throughout. This is an efficient backgrounding facility that also removes several elements from the weather.
The main headquarters includes a newer 48’ x 96’ insulated shop with two 14’ overhead doors. Three livestock barns all tied together with alleyways, pens, and a stockade. The ranch residence was built in 2002 and remodeled in 2014. Consisting of approximately 2,856 sq. ft. of living space with an open floor plan design, plenty of natural light via large windows, 4 bedrooms, 2 ½ baths with family rooms on both levels, and an attached two-car garage.