Flat Top Ranch is in the heart of the Little Missouri National Grasslands, the largest Federal Grasslands in the United States, at the edge of the picturesque North Dakota Badlands, that healed Teddy Roosevelt’s heart after personal tragedy and shaped his character to go on to become president. The landscape of the ranch remains virtually in its unaltered state with abundant prairie grasses, high buttes, badlands, and brush-covered canyons. The openness of the Grasslands lends itself to an abundance of wildlife including elk, Whitetail and Mule deer, Bighorn sheep, Pronghorn antelope, pheasants, Hungarian partridge, grouse, and wild turkey.
Flat Top Ranch has been a part of long-term environmental stewardship maintaining the sustainability and viability of the prairie grasses and habitat. The ranch is currently a highly regarded registered Black Angus operation historically running around 200 head of cows.
Marketed in Cooperation with Hewitt Land Company, Listing Agency.