Pasture and Recreational Strip Pit Tract
The income producing pasture combined with recreational hunting and fishing provided by the strip pit and timber portion of the property make this farm a unique combination suited for a variety of land investors. If you're looking for a hunting property, you'll certainly notice the seclusion with little road frontage on a dead end road and the obvious pinch point on the south side of the pit. With cattle removed this farm could easily be developed into a true whitetail gem with multiple locations for food plots and additional bedding cover. Pasture buyers could also keep grazing with the bonus of an excellent fishing strip pit that's about as secluded as any you'll find. Electricity near the pit gives you an RV site that's tough to beat. Take a hard look at this extremely diverse property!
113 +/- acres (80 +/- acres pasture, balance in timber, strip pit and pond)
4 +/- acre strip pit, providing an excellent private fishing hole for your family and friends.
Additional 1.5 +/- acre pond for watering cattle or other livestock.
The hunting on this property is likely already quite good with an excellent pinch point on the back side of the pit and tons of connecting timber. I've had a trail camera on the property for two weeks and already had pictures of several nice bucks including a couple most people would be thrilled to shoot.
If you're looking for a hunting property only, you could remove the cattle and further develop the habitat for your hunting preferences. I can see multiple food plot locations that would make sense for a variety of wind directions.
With cattle removed the grass and scrub trees would turn into great bedding, or one could plant switch grass, other trees or whatever your bedding preference happens to be. The property is a blank canvas in that regard.
80 +/- acres of fenced pasture to either continue leasing for income, raise your own cattle, ride horses, etc. The pasture is fenced separately from the timber, an added benefit for someone wanting both cattle and hunting.
Most people like the idea of seclusion when they think of buying land. That aspect of this property is a home run with slight road frontage at the latter part of a dead end road. The topography aids in hiding most of the property from the road, which is an obvious benefit whether you're wanting to grow big deer or peacefully enjoy your private fishing hole.
Storage building and electricity on site near the strip pit. The current owners hook up their RV and use the property as a recreational weekend getaway.
The turkey hunting should also be excellent on this farm, especially if you remove the cattle and further develop the food sources and other habitat. I've already also had trail cam pics of large groups of turkeys in the timber behind the pit.
Tenant has right of first refusal.
Taxes: $268/year (2017)