The red barn, steel gray machinery building, and round-roofed Quonset hut tell you this has been a working farm.  It still is today, being farmed for corn and soy beans, but also managed for pheasants and whitetail.

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The country homestead was built around the turn of the century and expanded during the 60’s.  It is equipped with all the modern conveniences – satellite TV, Wi-Fi, and cell phone service.   The farm house comfortably sleeps up to 10 hunters.  An adjacent granary has been converted to the “Guide Shack” for your hosts and staff in order to provide your group with total privacy in the homestead.

We pride ourselves on the exceptional cuisine coming from Chef Pete’s kitchen.  Hearty breakfast fare includes eggs, crispy hash browns, sausage, bacon, blueberry pancakes, cinnamon French toast, assorted fresh fruits and juices. 

You won’t go hungry in the field with assorted beverages, sandwich fixings for ham, turkey and roast beef including all the trimmings.  

Back at the farm, you enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres by the fire while we prepare one of our signature dinner favorites.  Meals are tailored to your preference; however, our returning guests usually request evening fare such as:

  • ·         Farm style pheasant, gravy, wild rice, and South Dakota’s famous Hubbard squash, topped off with homemade apple pie ala mode.
  • ·         Freshly smoked pork ribs (a PRF specialty), warm corn bread, and Rudolph’s coleslaw topped off with brownies and ice cream.
  • ·         Barbecued rib eye or NY strip, sautéed mushrooms, baked potato, and asparagus, finished up with red velvet cake.


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