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About Buffalo Butte Ranch

Buffalo Butte Ranch is a 6,000 acre privately owned and operated farm which has been in our family for five generations. This is something we take great pride in considering today's climate of mergers, corporate farming and 2nd party investors.

We Built This

Our family business started out as a family farm by my great grandfather in the early 1900's.  After some hard times and bad weather events it was repossessed by the bank.  Thanks to hard work and pioneer spirit the farm was bought back by my great grandfather in 1920 and has stayed in the Springer name going on the 5th generation. We don't want Mr. Obama or anyone else for that matter telling me or the generations before me that "You didn't build that" because we sure did and we are proud of that.

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Staff

The upper Midwest has a reputation for being friendly and helpful and we hope we only add to that tradition. We are truly a "hands on" host and will make every effort we can to see to it that your stay is everything and more than you expected. Meet the staff

Why Us

With literally tens of thousands of choices out there for pheasant hunting you have to be asking yourself; what is so different about Buffalo Butte Ranch than the rest? We, along with our past guests, think we have something very special here.

Why us

Location

For one thing is the location. We are located in the best of the best of locations for pheasants. This can be substantiated by the South Dakota Game Fish and Parks annual pheasant counts. That's where the tag name "Golden Triangle" comes from.

Location

Historic Buttes

None of our past hunting groups have left without remarking over and over how tranquil and beautiful the area is.  From the breathtaking sunsets over the historic buttes to the simplistic beauty of the rolling prairie, your thoughts will return again and again to your stay at Buffalo Butte.

historic buttes

Remembering Tye

In 2008 while in college our daughter, Karley, met a young cowboy with a broken leg and a mile wide smile. From that first encounter the bond was set. While the leg was broken in a bull ride it didn't heal and was later diagnosed to be cancer. In June of 2010 Karley and the cowboy with the still mile wide smile, Tye, were married. Tye lost his fight with cancer on Nov 15, 2010 at the age of 22.

Remembering Tye

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