If you're looking for a well-balanced hunting farm in the heart of one of Michigans #1 big buck counties, look no further. Only 15 minutes south of downtown Hillsdale you can have excellent hunting within a stone's throw from civilization and all its amenities. This farm has a fantastic balance of food and cover. A large, rolling tillable field covers most of the north portion, drawing big bucks and turkey out of the large stand of timber to the South. Many stand locations are available at all edges of the crop field. The edges are mowed down from the heavy browsing from the deer coming out of the timber to feed. The timber consists of many species of hardwoods including red and white oaks, wild cherry, hickory and more. A trail system has been established and allows you easy access through the timber. The southern portion of the timber is bordered by some very thick low ground that is very thick and close to impenetrable to hold deer effortlessly. This piece has an endless amount of potential stand locations for deer and turkey throughout this piece and should hunt much bigger than its actual size given the terrain changes and excellent balance of habitat.
- Approx 15 minutes south of downtown Hillsdale and Hillsdale College. - Approx 1.5hrs from Ann Arbor, Lansing and Kalamazoo Michigan - Approx 1.5hrs from Toledo Ohio - Approx 1.5hrs from Fort Wayne or Middlebury Indiana - Access drive - Tillable income - Timber income - Trophy deer and turkey - Approx 850 ft of road frontage on Faust Rd. - Approx 1 mile South of Baw Beese Lake