Update - October 2015! Please check out our website linked to this listing! We've just last week harvested a beautiful 183" 6x6 off this property, AND a 150" 5x5 in one week of guided hunts! Yes we had pictures of both!
Great hunting and crop farm, bow only since 2008! Although we have made a habit of keeping our stand locations out of the deeper woodline, and keeping this area for bedding/sanctuary area, Farm 2 has some of the finest oak, hickory and other hardwood draws and ridges that we have ever seen! Another premier bow hunting farm in NW Missouri approximately two miles south of the home farm. The property has a long history of producing monster whitetail bucks above 160. Although we do have the photographic proof, many locals claim to have killed their buck of a lifetime on this property
And check out the trailcam photos we had a great 7x7 190-200 whitetail back in 2009. Never did find out what happened to him. As mentioned, the property carries with it a central timber big woods hunting located North of the main cropable areas offering excellent undetectable entry to stands with any West, North or NE wind. It has multiple thick cedar bedding areas immediately adjacent to and south of the big open timber; and adjacent to the woodline, crop areas and food plots. The property is another large 171AC piece and hunts even bigger with excellent access provided for all winds.
The property contains many good bedding areas and a large timbered draw on the south side. The farm contains the closest crop fields to the south of the nearly 500ac tract of uninterrupted timber that it adjoins. Most of the timber is hardwoods nut producing trees such as various oaks and hickory. There are many locust trees that are fertilized and maintained to provide seed pod nourishment as a late season food supply for whitetails.
The best bucks include bow kills of a giant 160 9pt Whitetail, a massively wide 155 10point, and a great 148 main frame 8pt. Despite many daytime photographs and some night time ones too of Booners on this property, we have yet to close the deal on one.
Surrounding property owners are also managing for big bucks. Established food plots help set this farm apart from any other you will find along with well maintained points of access, lush clover food plots, fruit trees, Locust bean pods, and established mineral licks, are in place and have been for nearly 10-years. The property has become a major draw for whitetails, turkeys and especially upland game birds like no other in the area.
Platted at 171 Gross AC
Harvested 160GT 9pt (2009), 157 GT 10pt (2011); 148GT 8pt (2007)
Multiple Trailcam photos of Booners on the property incl one near 200 7x7
Great Big Buck Transition Zone
Bow Only since 2008
140 minimum since 2006
2.5 Miles From Iowa Border
Paved Road Access (State Hwy O)
70 Ac Tillable (excellent soybean yields, good corn yields)
Ag Limed 3T/ac 2013
Established Fruit Tree Plantings (Various Locations Pear, Apple)
5 Ac Established Food Plots (approx)
10Ac Est grass/evergreen Bedding Areas
1.5Ac Pond (Ponds Stocked Excellent Fishing)
84.5 Ac Mixed Hardwood Timber and Cedar Thicket
Approx 5 Double Filming Stands
Approx 10 total Stand Sites
Good/New Fence on East and West Boundaries, Partial on South Boundary, Marked on North Boundary.
Decent Population of upland birds such as quail and pheasant which are seen often.
Elec Service (avail but not provided)
2014 Soybean Yield 54bu/ac
Total Property/School Road Tax 2014: $484.06
By Appointment Only
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54bu/ac Soybeans 150bu/ac Corn (est)
Number of Ponds (water 1-5 acres)
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