Tillable Ground * Hunting Land * Grand River Frontage * Gentry County, MO
Description: Great investment opportunity to own a 135 +/- acre farm that borders the Grand River and the 1,497 acre Elam Bend Conservation Area on 3 sides. Currently leased for farming, although the tenant is willing to vacate the lease if new owner desires. Huge north Missouri deer frequent the farm during the season. Current national commodity crop productivity index for this farm is 74.3 vs. a county average of 62.6. Great chance to own your private hunting preserve while having income from a farm lease.
Property Location: From Kansas City take I-35 N to exit 68. Continue North on US-69. Go West on State Highway Z to Old Havana Trail on the right. Go North on Old Havana Trail. After crossing the Grand River, the farm is on the left.
Legal Description: That part of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4) of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4) of Section Twenty-two (22) lying East and North of Grand River, containing 21 acres; and all that part of the Southwest Quarter (SW 1/4) of the Northwest Quarter (NW 1/4) of Section Fourteen (14) lying East and South of Grand River; and all part of the Southeast Quarter (SE 1/4) of Section Fifteen (15) lying East and South of Grand River, all in Township Sixty-one (61) Range Thirty (30), containing in all 135 acres more or less, Gentry County, Missouri.
FSA Information: Due to the current government shutdown, we are unable to obtain FSA records at this time. This information will be added as soon as we have access to it.
Soil Types: The primary soil types for this piece of ground are: Nodaway silt loam, Pershing silty clay loam, Pershing silt loam, Vanmeter flaggy silty clay loam, Humeston silt loam, and Ladoga silt loam. See soil map for additional information.
Photos: Due to current snow cover, photos of the farm will be updated at a later date.
*Note- Property lines on map are estimated for illustration purposes only.
From Kansas City take I-35 N to exit 68. Continue North on US-69. Go West on State Highway Z to Old Havana Trail on the right. Go North on Old Havana Trail. After crossing the Grand River, the farm is on the left.