The largest and best known of the "bonanza" farms was the Dalrymple Farm, located 20 miles west of Fargo, consisting of 11,000 acres. This was, at one time, the largest cultivated farm in the world.
Despite the size of the few bonanza farms, the average size farm in North Dakota during this time remained 200-300 acres. Even as late as 1910, North Dakota had only 341 farms over 1000 acres.
One thing is very apparent in all of these pictures—the flat landscape.