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Jeff Quade
Jeff Quade
Whitetail Properties

300 acres in Vernon County, Missouri

2575 Stone Road, Virgil City , Missouri 64756 - Vernon County
$480,640 300 Acres
Property ID 2883494


Beautiful hunting property with vast amounts of timber, great deer and turkey hunting with lots of wildlife sign. This property has a gated entrance for security and control. As you travel the property, you will see there are areas for food plots, ladder tree stands already in place as well as trails throughout making for great hiking and easier access to most parts of the property. There is a powerline that crosses the southern end making for great long range rifle shooting. Clear Creek is part of the northeast boundary. All this opportunity within 15 minutes of Nevada, 65 minutes of Springfield and 1 hour 45 minutes of Kansas City. 

Property Features:

- Vast acres of timber
- Great small broken cover areas deer love
- Great deer and turkey hunting
- Large tracts heavily populated with white oaks
- Clear Creek borders part of the north boundary of property
- Powerline crosses the property for easy driving and the ability to cover long distances during rifle season
- Nice areas for food plots
- Good trails throughout
- Ladder tree stands already in place
- Great investment opportunity
- Gated entrance to secure the property

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Jeff Quade

Whitetail Properties

121 S Madison St
PO Box 251
Pittsfield, IL 62363

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