North Dakota’s Stunning Davis Ranch Is A Secluded, Untouched Natural Prairie

North Dakota is known for its prairie landscapes. Of the millions upon millions of acres that make up the state, however, most have been transformed in some way for agriculture. Tons of crop fields and livestock grazing grounds cover 90% of the state. That’s over 40 million acres of ranch and farmland. There are very few spots you can visit today that have the true, original prairie hills left preserved, but Davis Ranch is one of them – and you can visit it yourself.

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You can learn more about Davis Ranch and how to visit it yourself by visiting this website. Catch a glimpse back to the days when the pioneers were first trekking across the prairie by taking a look at these historic photographs in North Dakota.

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