Conservation and stewardship are the focus of the current landowner’s farming practices. Small grains including wheat and barley are predominantly grown with yields comparable to surrounding area top crop averages. The property’s pristine soils were placed in the Conservation Reserve Program many years ago and then put back into production in 2014. The property has exceptional weed control and could potentially inherit an organic farming operation. Numerous grain elevators are a short haul away for commodity sales. A flour mill is also in close proximity for milling and specialty crops. Fertilizer dealers and chemical representatives including Certified Crop Advisors are available for the novice farmer looking for assistance. The productive soils lend way to grassy river breaks ready for cattle and wildlife. The Teton River flows a short half mile away from the property as a watery playground for waterfowl and a drinking source for wildlife.