Whether you are an avid hunter with a few buddies that are looking for the perfect farm to hunt trophy whitetails, turkeys and upland birds or an investor looking to diversify your portfolio, this northern Missouri hunting farm has it all: location, size, exceptional habitat diversity, tillable income and a big shed with finished living quarters!
The farm consists of 320 +/- acres in Putnam County and 147 +/- acres in Sullivan County on a very private dead-end road and gated access. The 45 x 80 building includes 1,800 square foot insulated and heated garage with 1,800 square foot finished living quarters was built in 2007. The 4 BR, 1.5 BA has a large kitchen, dining area and living room which is fully alarmed and built to last. Eight deer blinds, multiple deer stands, all furniture and appliances will go with property.
Very few farms boast this kind of diversity This 467 +/- acre farm has exceptional topography which will make it feel and hunt twice as big. The propertys approximate acreage breaks down like this:
225 +/- acres of tillable ground has both well-drained and moderately-drained soils with varying slopes which will produce more than $30,000 annual income. There are several secluded fields where crops could be left standing or food plots could be planted to feed the abundant wildlife and create some exceptional hunting opportunities on this farm.
200 +/- acres of thick draws, old fields, timbered ridges and mature bottomland forest are dominated by marketable hardwoods such as: white oak, bur oak, northern red oak, pin oak, black oak, hickories, walnuts and other highly desirable species. The Shut-Eye Creek bottom is heavily wooded and has a beautiful ridge of hardwoods which is heavily traveled by deer and turkey. The other ditches, draws and hollers are covered in an early-successional oak and cedar stand with an abundance of native grasses which are perfect nesting habitat for turkeys and upland birds.
Perhaps one of the most intriguing 40 +/- acres of the property is an old cedar thicket. Most of the hillside and ridges are thick enough, you have to get on your hands and crawl through, unless of course, you follow one of hundreds of deer trails that crisscross the extremely private security cover. There are several ways to access and hunt around the obvious sanctuary depending on the wind direction.
Four ponds make up the remaining 2 +/- acres of the property. Water will not be an issue on this farm. In addition to the many ditches and the Shut-Eye Creek, there are a few ideal locations for watershed ponds that have the potential to be 10+ acres each.
This property has great opportunity to further develop the wildlife habitat. Timber-stand improvement projects, watershed ponds, cool season grass conversion, terraces and warm-season grass CRP enrollment are among a few of the opportunities offered by state and federal government programs that offer 90% cost-share.
This farm also provides an exceptional investment opportunity with a 5% ROI when you take into consideration the tillable income, marketable timber and hunting lease potential.
This listing is in cooperation with United Select Properties
For more information call Bill Ziercher at (314) 412-3966 or Jody Graff at (660) 734-0057
North Boundary on AA 1/2 mile East of 128, East on AB off 129 to first left, left on Jamboree and first left on Indiana to locked gate.
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