Large timber farm with a BIG BUCK history! What I like about this farm is the public land bordering on the north that is very hard to access. This creates a low-pressure hunting area that you can take advantage of during the hunting season and allows you to hunt more land for less money. The farm has minimal road frontage along the south and west sides. From a hunting standpoint, this gives you multiple access points. From an investment standpoint, this gives you the option to split the farm in the future. Also, the trail system on this farm is unbelievable. We toured the farm in a pickup truck and were able to access about 85% of the property. It has over 10+/- acres of food plots strategically placed throughout which are key to attracting deer from the vast amounts of wooded acreage that surround the property, as well as holding deer throughout the season. The farm has a great stand of rolling hardwood timber. There are several areas of pines as well as plenty of thick cover that provides excellent bedding/sanctuary habitat. The topography is very hunter friendly with several major travel corridors and numerous funnels and pinch points. There are multiple creeks and feeder streams that provide ample water for wildlife. An excellent trail system provides access to almost all areas of the farm and is wide enough for a tractor and implements for food plot work. With electric available at the road, the food plot closest to the road frontage would make an ideal building site. If you’re looking for a well-rounded hunting tract with a proven history of BIG BUCKS, give us a call today and schedule your private tour!
- Proven big buck history - Mature hardwood timber with white oak, black oak, hickory and other hardwood species - Over 10+/- acres available for food plots - Hunter friendly topography - Excellent trail system - Multiple creeks and feeder streams provide ample water for wildlife - The properties elongated shape allows for the coverage of multiple mature buck home ranges - Numerous major travel corridors, funnels and pinch points - The food plots are properly placed to provide food throughout the property - The trail system is wide enough for a tractor and implements - The open area closest to the road would make an ideal building site - Electric is available at the road - Borders Shawnee National Forest on multiple sides - 20 minutes from Paducah, KY – 3 ½ hours from St. Louis, MO – 3 hours from Nashville, TN - A portion of this tract is under contract - contact listing agents for information