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$525,000 40 acres 5 Beds | 3 Baths | 3500 sqft
13999 300th Street South, Pelican Rapids, MN 56572 - Clay County

Lakes Country Horse and Hunting Paradise

40 Acres of horse and hunting paradise! Gorgeous views of rolling hills and country scenery. The acreage comes equipped with an outdoor riding arena, 4 paddocks, and water sources for your horses. Custom built 5BD, 3BTH home with attention to detail and stunning views. Beautiful kitchen with commercial grade appliances, center island and tons of storage. The 44x32 heated and finished detached garage has 800 square foot apartment above with one additional bedroom and bathroom. Located across from 300+ acres of wildlife production area/DNR land.
Maria Roesch Dakota Plains Realty
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$195,000 234.93 acres
210 Ave. N, Ulen, MN 56585 - Clay County

234.93 acres Ulen, MN

Located just north and west of Ulen, MN on the Clay and Norman County line, this 235 m/l acres is loaded with game! The land has been enrolled into a RIM program for several years now and the restoration could not have gone any better in my opinion. The habitat is top notch and has met the goals set out in the plan, creating a nice wetland area for the waterfowl, native prairie grass plantings for the upland birds and deer, and natural food and browse for all critters. The owner kept a total of 8 acres from the program allowing a 4-acre building area and 4-acre food plot. The deer numbers are high and the quality is there as well. The cover is perfect for them and there is plenty of natural food supplemented by the food plot. The owner has
Jason Ziegler Whitetail Properties
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$80,000 160 acres
200 Avenue N, Ulen, MN 56585 - Clay County

160 acres Ulen, MN

Attention SERIOUS WATERFOWL and UPLAND BIRD HUNTERS, this is your property! I have had the privilege to list and sell several good WRP tracts in the past but none have met the criteria this one has. For starters, the improvement projects on this property are like none other with a solid dike system on the south end of the property including a water control feature that allows for the lowering or raising of the water levels to meet the desired depth for optimal waterfowl habitat. The diking system holds back a natural drainage system that runs from north to south and the flooded land acts a major attraction to local and migratory ducks. The upland has been reseeded in natural prairie grass and is the perfect nesting habitat for ducks, g
Jason Ziegler Whitetail Properties