Turn-key hunting farm offering oak timber, CRP income, and a pole barn that’s ready for your deer camp, workshop, or you could finish it for a Shouse. The timber on this farm is beautiful with abundant white oak and other hardwoods covering a variety of terrain like creek bottoms, ridge-tops, and draws. Deer rubs, beds, and scrapes are common throughout the woods, and there are several water sources for the wildlife including a large pond, Hickory Creek, plus two woodland water holes. The largest pond is approximately 1.3 acres loaded with bass, crappie, catfish, and bluegill. FSA records indicate 56.08 acres enrolled in CRP program CP1 that establishes native grasses and forbs, ideal habitat for quail, turkeys and other native wildlife. The current contract pays the landowner $7,044 annually through September 30th, 2022. The CRP ground on this farm has been well-maintained, lays well, and offers good soils, making it a good candidate to go back into row crop and/or grass production, if a new owner chooses not to renew the CRP contact after 2022. A 1173+/- sq. ft. metal building sits near the entrance and is connected to electricity, septic, and a public water line. It also has a lean-to, a view of the pond and CRP fields, concrete floors throughout, and a 644+/- sq. ft. area with waferboard walls, ceiling and insulation. This private farm has a locked gate, security cameras, and is posted, so please call to schedule your private tour.
- Excellent hunting for deer, turkeys, quail and small game - Approximately 90 acres of timber, a large chunk of woods for property this size in this part of the state - 56.08 Acres of CRP enrolled in CP1 paying $7,044.00 annually through September of 2022 - The CRP ground has been well maintained, lays well, and has good soils - could be a candidate to convert back into row crop if new owner chooses not to re-enroll - Pole barn is approximately 1173 sq. ft. with concrete floor, electric, septic, and is rough-plumbed - North side of the pole barn is approximately 28 x 23 with insulation and waferboard walls, ceiling - 2 elevated blinds overlook fields that could easily be converted into food plots - Beautiful hardwood timber including abundant white oak, hickory and some walnuts along the creek - Large pond 1.3+/- acres is loaded with bass, crappie, bluegill, and catfish - Just 0.3 miles off blacktop and only 6.5 miles to I-35 - 1 hour 15 minutes to Kansas City, 1 hour 45 minutes to Des Moines, IA and just over 1 hour to St. Joe