At Jorgensen Land & Cattle, we’re committed to preserving and improving the land, soil, and other resources for future generations. We use proven conservation practices, including no-till, crop rotation, cover crops, and cattle grazing. This ensures we can continue to provide you with superior cattle genetics, certified seed, and all-inclusive pheasant hunts for many years to come.


The Leopold Conservation Award recognizes outstanding voluntary conservation by private landowners. Watch this short feature to see why Jorgensen Land & Cattle received this prestigious award in 2015.

Save Money When You Conserve

Not only does practicing conservation benefit future generations, but it also benefits your bottom line. In this 5-part video series from the National Resource Conservation Service, you’ll see why soil conservation saves us money — and how it can do the same for you.

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Jorgensen Land and Cattle is a charter member of the South Dakota Soil Health Coalition.

The SDSHC was created to promote the 5 principles of soil health:

  • Crop Diversity
  • Soil Armor
  • Minimal Disturbance
  • Livestock Integration
  • Constant Living Root