Local South Dakota Ranches

Please enter a valid Zip Code
Find a Local Farm

Local South Dakota Ranches

South Dakota is located in the Plains region of the USA. Cattle and calves are South Dakota's most important agricultural product and account for a little over a third of the total agricultural production of the state. Hogs and dairy products are also somewhat important as are, to a lesser degree, turkeys and chicken eggs. Grain corn is South Dakota's number one crop with soybeans right behind. Wheat is important. Hay and sunflower products round out the states’ top five crop commodities. Supporting South Dakota Farms provides significant value to the local community and a variety of other benefits. Find a Ranch in SD at Agrilicious.org.
Edgemont, SD
Certified Organic
Ranches, Deli, Beef, Chicken, Eggs, Pork, Lamb, Other
Interior, SD
Ranches, Deli, Beef, Corn, Figs
The Fortune Ranch is offering Angus beef, raised on our ranch and finished on grass, directly to your home. We strive to deliver you a wholesome is......
Midland, SD
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
9043939020
Canistota, SD
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
Ranches, Breeding Stock, Beef
Big Stone City, SD
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
Ranches, Wheat, Alfalfa, Oats, Oat
Hamill, SD
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
Ranches, Wheat, Beef, Corn, Eggs, Oats, Oat, Peas
Midland, SD
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
Ranches, Beef, Millet, Oats, Goat, Oat, Goat Cheese
Trail City, SD
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
Ranches, Alfalfa, Millet, Oats, Oat, Peas
Pihl Ranch, Ranch
Buffalo, SD
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
Ranches, Wheat
Timber Lake, SD
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
Ranches, Wheat, Alfalfa, Oats, Oat
Belvidere, SD
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
Ranches, Sheep, Beef, Rye
Ree Heights, SD
Certified Organic, Practicing Organic
Ranches, Wheat, Alfalfa, Corn, Millet, Oats, Oat, Peas
Mobridge, SD
6057332418
Midland, SD
6058952105
Canistota, SD
6052963314
Reva, SD
6058664538
Cities: Find a Local Farm

Did You Know?
My pie is inside out! In early colonial times, pumpkins were used as an ingredient for the crusts of pies, not the filling.