Crazy Hole Creek Ranch is in South Central South Dakota near the town of Winner. The ranch consists of 4,181± acres, of which 3,621± acres are deeded. The property is highlighted by a 4,800± square foot log home overlooking a meadow and 30-acre reservoir. The ranch has a 500-cow year-round capacity and is currently an elite purebred Angus operation that has put a stamp on many cowherds in the Midwest. Excellent facilities are in place for the livestock operation including a large sale facility and calving barns. Water is not in shortage on this ranch, with a spring-fed creek meandering through the property and excellent livestock water throughout the ranch. With the combination of great feed sources, fresh flowing water, and brush-filled draws, the ranch provides great wildlife habitat supporting deer, turkeys, grouse, and pheasants. Crazy Hole Creek Ranch is as good of a year-round ranch as you will find in the Northern Plains, and don’t overlook the recreational side of it.