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Tony Cerar
Whitetail Properties

Highlighted Properties of Tony Cerar with Whitetail Properties in Pittsfield, IL

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$58,500 3.03 acres
Rural Route, Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074 - Payne County

3.03 acres Stillwater, OK

This 3 acres on the south side of town is an ideal investment for the future minded buyer.  The university and the city are growing fast, which is making small parcels of land that are close to town with utilities on or near the property a hot commodity!  
Tony Cerar Whitetail Properties
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$364,000 160 acres
N 3520 Road, Pawnee, Oklahoma 74058 - Pawnee County

160 acres Pawnee, OK

 This farm has some great diversity and everything you need to hold and grow not just deer but all kinds of wildlife on a year-round basis. The farm has two big draws, created by three oak covered ridge tops that all run into this property from the North. One on the west side, one on the north side, and one in the northeast corner. The further up in the draws you go the more intensive the bedding cover and brush is. As you get to the south end of these draws the terrain changes to some flatter areas that are suitable for grazing, haying, or planting food plots, and are currently covered in a tall and dense stand of native grass. On the south end, the property is intersected by an old railway that is running from the northeast to the so
Tony Cerar Whitetail Properties
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$364,000 160 acres
Quapaw, Pawnee, Oklahoma 74058 - Pawnee County

160 acres Pawnee, OK

Talk about pulling deer from all over the area, the tillable ground on this farm is all you need to create one of the most densely populated whitetail properties in the county. There is a small pond on the property, lots of oak trees, plenty of elevation change, lots of bedding cover, and a very cool 1/2 acre to 1-acre clover plot with a big permanent shooting house in place. There is a nice potential building site in the northwest corner with ideal access off of Quapaw Rd. Just look at all the land to the north that you could pull wildlife from if this farm was planted to soybeans, milo, or corn in the spring! Follow that spring planting up by leaving a good portion of the grain crop standing and coming back in with wheat in the fall, and
Tony Cerar Whitetail Properties