400 +/- Acres - Slope County, ND

400 +/- Acres - Slope County, ND 
Property Details (ID# 5273)
Fri Oct 20 4:00 PM MDT
Property Location
Amidon, ND
2 Parcels
Andy Mrnak , 701.206.1095
Jim Sabe, 701.523.6283



400 +/- Acres - Slope County, ND

Friday, October 20, 2023 – 4:00 p.m. (MT)

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Auction Location: Pifer’s Regional Office - Bowman, ND


Auction Note: These two productive parcels of cropland lie both in the productive cropland valley north of Rhame and at the base of Rainy Butte southwest of New England and combine a dynamic balance of productive soils, lush crop and hayland, and wildlife habitat.  Parcel 1 consists of base acres within the Little Missouri Grazing Association and currently holds a 132 AUM grazing permit. The Klein properties are ready for 2024 crop production.


Contact:  Andy Mrnak at 701.206.1095 or Pifer’s Auction & Realty at 877.700.4099 for more information and a complete catalog.


Driving Directions

Parcel 1: From Rhame, ND, drive west on Hwy. #12 for 4 miles to 162nd Ave. SW. (Ft. Dilts Rd.).  Drive north on 162nd Ave. SW for 8 miles to the property on the west side of the road.

Parcel 2: 

From New England, ND, drive south on Hwy. #22 for 6 miles to 67th St. SW, then drive west for 8 miles to 128th Ave. SW, then drive south 1 mile to the curve, but you will need to turn east from the curve on 68th St. SW for ½ mile to the property.

From Scranton, ND, drive north on Hwy. #67 for 19 miles to 68th St. SW, then drive east for 4 miles to the curve, but you will need to turn off of the curve and continue east for ½ mile to the property which will be on the north side of the road.



Parcel 1

Acres: 240 +/- 

Legal:  E½SW¼ & SE¼ 33-134-104

Crop Acres:   223.05 +/- (124.75 +/- Acres Currently in Grain/Hay Production, 98.3 +/- Acres in Grass)

Taxes (2022):  $1,048.86

This specific region of western Slope County is home to an impressive pocket of productive cropland. The productive low-bottom areas are currently in hay production along the south boundary with an impressive grain hay crop along the north boundary. 


Little Missouri Grazing Association Permit:  Grazing privileges may be available to qualified buyers who are or become members of the Little Missouri Grazing Association (LMGA) and abide by the rules, regulations, and by-laws set forth by the LMGA.

LMGA Permit Allocation:

                -Allotment #106

                -8,411 +/- Acres

                -132 AUM’s or 33 Head for 4 Months

                -Common Turn-In Grazing Unit



Parcel 2

Acres:  160 +/- 

Legal:  SE¼ 8-134-98

Crop Acres:  160.29 +/- (Exceeds Deeded Tax Acres)

Taxes (2022): $680.87

Nestled in the southern valley of the Rainy Butte farmland is this accessible quarter of cropland that boasts with incredibly productive soils and holds a SPI of 68.  This area is renowned for its productive farmland and exquisite hunting.  Parcel 2 was previously enrolled in the CRP program but is ready for production in 2024.




OWNER: Larry Klein

Parcel 1
Acres: 240 +/-
Parcel 2
Acres: 160 +/-