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Land for sale in Macy Nebraska

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$1,500,000 480 acres
H Ave., Macy, NE 68039 - Thurston County

480 acres Macy, NE

Truly an unbelievable property offering so much hardwood timber in one contiguous block in northeast Nebraska. Tracts of this size are hard to come by with this much to offer. A rustic 3 bedroom hunting cabin sits in a quiet location below the hardwood timber ridge. A large food plot is located just a few hundred yards from the front porch offering great wildlife viewing potential. Two large outbuildings on site to store all of your toys securely and out of the weather. Numerous food plot, tree stand, and tower blind opportunities are available on this unique property. The farm has been managed to grow trophy deer and the neighborhood has the cover to allow the bucks to grow to a ripe old age. This property is located within a mile of the M
Jason Schendt Whitetail Properties
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$720,000 120 acres
Macy, NE 68039 - Thurston County

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DRYLAND CROP GROUND Here is a great opportunity to add 120 rolling acres of productive farmland to your operation. This farm has good access. Call today to view the farm or set up an appointment! Hurry.This wont last long! 2015 TAXES: $7,688.38
Bryan Knox Stock Realty & Auction Co.
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$341,250 105 acres
RR, Macy, NE 68039 - Thurston County

105 acres Macy, NE

PRICE REDUCED! Take advantage of the opportunity to CHOOT 'EM on this mid-sized farm. Currently under the ownership and management of Mr. Troy Landry from the History Channel's Swamp People. This manageable farm has tons of great hunting opportunities for every type of hunter. Loads of pheasants, deer, and turkey call this tract home. Several creeks dissect the vast native warm season grass fields, providing ample cover for the deer and pheasants. The groves of hardwood trees are  ideal roost locations for the large population of turkeys. Hammered down deer trails zig zag through the grass fields and creek banks providing numerous locations for treestand setups. The addition of a couple of late season food plots would make
Jason Schendt Whitetail Properties