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Justin Hertzel
Justin Hertzel
Hayden Outdoors

Highlighted Properties of Justin Hertzel with Hayden Outdoors in Windsor, CO

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$579,000 102.58 acres 1 Bed | 1 Bath | 1152 sqft
19798 Rd 44, Lewellen, Nebraska 69147 - Garden County

North Platte River Farm and Hunt

This phenomenal property is located just 3 hours from Denver, 5 hours from Lincoln, 5.5 hours from Omaha and minutes from Lake McConaughy.  The historic North Platte River bottom was part of the original Oregon Trail route used by fur trappers and traders. This 102 acres sitting on approximately 1/2 mile of the North Platte River, is stunning and has more wildlife and waterfowl than you could ever imagine.  For hunters and wildlife enthusiasts, the river accretion ground has a natural spring that feeds a rejuvenated slough that rarely freezes.  Ducks and geese gather in the slough and back waters throughout the year and the migratory birds flock to this area by the thousands.  Whitetail deer traverse the meadows and accretion area daily.  D
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$160,000 77.9 acres
Luray, Kansas 67649 - Russell County

Russell County Oasis

This trophy property oasis is tucked into the hills in Russell County Kansas and surrounded by row crop on three sides. There is 30.25 acres of CRP income producing $967 per year. Wildlife management on this property has been in place for years and is looking for the next buyer to capitalize on the excellent wildlife and land management. With multiple mature tree species providing cover and habitat for all wildlife, your choices for stand placement will be plentiful.   This property is loaded with excellent deer, turkey and upland game birds and located just to the northwest of Wilson Lake..  
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$365,000 146 acres
Luray, Kansas 67649 - Russell County

Russell County Buck and Birds

Located in central Kansas, this property has everything from great views, big deer, excellent turkey numbers, and Wolf Creek, which meanders from west to east through the property. There are multiple hard bottom creek crossing strategically placed for ATV/UTV as well as vehicle access to different portions of the property. Hardwood timber is in abundance along the creek bottom and throughout the multiple draws allowing for easy stand placement. The pasture grass has been well managed by the current tenant and provides a good income for the property for years to come.
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