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Land for sale including Recreational Property in Worth County Missouri

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$3,100,000 1,324 acres 4 Beds | 1 Bath
State Hwy Y, Grant City, MO 64456 - Worth County

Gates' Farms Ranch

The Gates Farms Ranch consists of 1,324 deeded acres and serves as a working cattle ranch among the largest farms ever offered for sale in Worth County. Profoundly well-maintained and managed grazing pasture, seasonal hay fields, 27 bodies of water including an 8 acre lake, fully functional corral system, marketable timber draws, creek bottoms and gorgeous rolling landscape, all making for great ranching and recreational uses. The ranch stands out among the market for its unparalleled amount of continuous open acres, scenery, water rights, wildlife habitat, creek and river access, and modest but very functional improvements. White, steel ranch rail fence leads you to the homestead is situated off a dead end road in a shallow valley on the
Will Wiest Midwest Land Group, LLC.
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$2,300,000 608 acres 4 Beds | 1 Bath
Co Rd 247, Grant City, MO 64456 - Worth County

608 acres Grant City, MO

The Home Place - A Century Farm with a highly respected reputation of successful operation in the agriculture community that is profoundly well managed and providing a turn-key working farm and ranch for the new owner. Located on the Middle Fork of the Grand River in Worth County, Missouri, this farm offers 200 acres of level class II bottom ground and 400 acres of grass consistently holding 150 cow/calf pairs through the grazing season unfertilized. Consisting of 608+/- total acres surrounding each side of dead end County Road 247 that leads to the original farm house still being occupied by the farm manager. White steel, ranch rail fence with the including corral system lines the drive to the home and barns. Stating this farm has been imp
Will Wiest Midwest Land Group, LLC.
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$900,000 219 acres
Co Rd 247, Grant City, MO 64456 - Worth County

Middle Fork of the Grand River Bottom

Rarely can you find a large continuous stretch of tier one bottom ground over 90% tillable! This 219 acres is located on the Middle Fork of the Grand River with 198 acres currently in production. Laying stunningly level with predominantly class II and class III Wabash and Nodaway Silt Loam soils. Leased in 2016 Harvest season for $200 per acre and this year for $150 per acre which expires at the end of 2017. Multiple local farmers have expressed interest in leasing for 2018 season which should provide at minimum 4.0% return at list price. Good, level access provided off of gravel road mile from Blacktop Hwy Y two miles north of Hwy 46 between Grant City and Allendale Missouri. The farm has been in the family over 100 years and they do not
Will Wiest Midwest Land Group, LLC.
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$890,100 387 acres
Highway 46, Grant City, MO 64456 - Worth County

Phenomenal Recreational Property near the Iowa Line

This farm is a beautiful recreational property in a prime location offering spectacular hunting and fishing with a layout and habitat that is ideal for the avid outdoorsman. Comprising of big timber draws, dense warm season grass blends, two lakes each over 5 acres in size, rolling topography with the East Fork of the Grand River lacing through the center, 78.1 acres of row crop, 33.64 acres of CRP, The property lays ideal with convenient access from blacktop Hwy 46, but also providing a trail system tucked through the timber alongside the river to the secluded lakes and stand locations. Tremendous fishing between the multiple deep blue lakes from old quarry sites. This farm adjoins other income producing properties that are also currently
Will Wiest Midwest Land Group, LLC.
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$825,700 359 acres
TBD County Road 249, Allendale, MO 64420 - Worth County

Incredible Hunting Pasture Timber Mix

This farm is an incredible combination of thick timbered creek draws and open pasture that offers great hunting and income potential. The entire property has been fenced and cross fenced with multiple gated access points from County Road 249 and County Road 246. With 120 acres cross fenced on the north side it is perfect for rotational grazing. Approximately 185 acres have been used for hay production. With existing terracing in place a good portion of this farm could be returned into tillable production with minimal effort. There are 5 stocked ponds totaling 3.5 plus acres and gravity waterers throughout the property. There is over 2 miles of heavily timbered creek draws offering an incredible sanctuary and travel corridors for the local w
Bobby Oberlander Midwest Land Group, LLC
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$653,300 278 acres
Allendale, MO 64420 - Worth County

Outstanding Water Timber Pasture Mix

This farm is an extraordinary mix of landscape with a little bit of everything Worth County has to offer. Located only minutes from Allendale, MO this tract has multiple gated access points. State Route Y offers blacktop access from the north and County Road 246 offers a well maintained gravel access to the north and south sections. The north section is a rolling blend of tall Warm Season Grasses, Red Clover and Bluestem that seem to only give you a glimpse of the 10+ acres of water it surrounds. The wooded channel feeding the 8 acre lake offers great waterfowl blind locations as well as primo spawning beds. I have seen multiple flocks of Ducks and Geese on each body of water. Many concealed areas that are perfect for destination food plots
Bobby Oberlander Midwest Land Group, LLC
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$598,500 171 acres
11028 Hwy O, Hatfield, MO 64458 - Worth County

171 Acre "Farm 2"

Update - Owner will Consider lower price offers that include buyer allowing seller to keep the hunting rights or share the hunting rights under specific conditions. Sale of the tillable acreage and also partnership arrangements. If interested, please call or email to discuss options/details. Update - December 2016! On News Years Eve 2016 the owner arrowed "Triple Brow" on the 171Ac parcel. A deer he was after all season. The preliminary Green Score is 200-3/8" B&C gross. The Rack is currently awaiting an official score in Northeast Maryland by a certified B&C scoring official. We will post updates as to an official score as soon as we have that information. For the full story and pictures visit the corp web site at mwspllc dot com.
Tom Bartosiewicz Mid West Sporting Properties, LLC
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$542,850 231 acres
Co Rd 137, Grant City, MO 64456 - Worth County

231 acres Grant City, MO

What an incredible opportunity to own a farm with so much potential for high returns, excellent hunting and recreation use along the East Fork of the Grand River secluded at the end of a dead end road in rural Worth County, MO. When you step foot on this farm, youll instantly admire the gorgeous landscape and mix of level laying row crop, gently rolling pasture and mature timber draws. Head to the Northwest Corner where the rolling timber meets the tranquil smooth sounds of the river flowing over the natural rock and you will truly appreciate the beautiful countryside of Northwest Missouri. This farm does provide current income through row crop and pasture leases, with a generous number of acres that could be expanded into more tillable cr
Will Wiest Midwest Land Group, LLC.
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$347,500 139 acres
Allendale, MO 64420 - Worth County

Great Hunting Pasture Mix

A quick drive from the cafe in town, down a well maintained gravel road, leads you to the gated entrance of this property. This farm is a very beautiful combination of rolling grass pasture and river bottom ground located just minutes from Allendale, MO. An existing hay barn with electricity sits at the entrance of approximately 70 acres that have been fenced and cross fenced. The remainder of the farm is tillable with existing terracing in place. The stand of warm season grasses has matured providing excellent cover for the wildlife. This could very easily be converted back into Tillable or Hay production. The thick stand of Willows and Cottonwoods along the river serve as a major travel corridor between neighboring crop fields and timber
Bobby Oberlander Midwest Land Group, LLC