It's hard to beat silt loam soils for strong crop yields, and that's what you'll find on this tillable farm in eastern Jasper County. Soils consist of Newtonia, Eldorado, and Maplegrove silt loams, which are ranked among the most productive in the county for corn, soybeans, and wheat. The farm presently has approximately 68 acres being tilled, and several additional acres on the west side could be put into production or fenced off as pasture, or even developed as a home site. For buyers more interested in hay or pasture, this farm is more than capable of growing plenty of forage for your stock, and it features an existing pond for water and another location where an additional pond could be built. There's new fence on the east end of the parcel, and the south side of the tract is fenced as well. And for the buyer who also enjoys hunting, there's enough deer sign on this tract to make it worth hanging a stand or two.
Whether you're looking for a productive row crop farm, additional pasture, or just a solid land investment, you'll want to give this one a close look. Call Scott Sudkamp to schedule your private tour at 417-321-5427 today!
-86.9 m/l acres
-100% of farm classified as Prime Farmland by NRCS
-Newtonia, Eldorado, and Maplegrove silt loams
-Nice little grove of trees for camping & picnics
-Great pasture potential
From Reeds, go north on Hwy 37 to Elm Rd, then east to County Lane 55. South on CL 55 past the church, to end of road. From there continue on field road to property.
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