This income producing recreational farm has tremendous whitetail and turkey hunting potential. The investment property has more than 160 acres of timber, ditches, ridges, draws and fingers and 253 acres of row crop. A perfect mix of tillable and hunting opportunity.
Irregular shaped fields allow for opportunity to grow food plots or leave row crop to feed the abundant wildlife on the property. The farm also has mature marketable timber in the creek bottom consisting of a variety of oaks, walnut, hickory and maple. Approximately 15 acres of thick brush could be converted to row crop for additional income. The wildlife habitat could also be improved with some cool season conversion to warm season grasses through cost-share opportunities or a filter strip CRP program.
This farm has potential to be developed for the serious whitetail hunter or return nearly 5% for the investor with $55,000 in farm income and a $10,000 hunting lease.
For your private showing contact Land Specialist, Jim Reber at (515)238-9925 or Habitat Specialist, Jody Graff at (660)734-0057 for more information.
Income Producing Hunting Property
Big North-Central Missouri Whitetails
Shoal Creek Bottomland
Deer and Turkey Hunting
North-Central Missouri Income Producing Hunting Land
Income Producing Recreational Property
Hunting Property with Development Opportunity
4.89% Return Potential
Hunting Land with Return
From Hamilton Mo. Take US 36 East to Hwy K. Take K south to Ironwood Rd. Ironwood Rd. east .5 miles on right.
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