Duck Creek Farm, Hunt, Build
Sitting just a couple miles off HWY 75 south of Burlington is this 53 acre income-producing property that offers great hunting and many nice building sites. Located in a great area of Woodson County known for prime wildlife habitat and cropland, this property provides many deer, turkey, waterfowl, quail, varmint, and small game hunting opportunities. The secluded fields and pockets provide picture-perfect locations for food plots and timber provides excellent travel corridors and pinch points. The stocked pond and wet weather creek also provide a year-round water source for stock and wildlife and hold a good amount of waterfowl throughout the season. This property is located in a great flyway just south of John Redmond and Wolf Creek Reservoirs which are both well known for holding large quantities of ducks and geese. With a little dirt work, this tract could be transformed into a waterfowl hunters dream property. The timber on the property is a mixture of hardwood and softwoods and soils consist of majority Class II & III Kenoma & Dennis silty loam with the opportunity to convert back into tillable acres for cultivation. Contact Shea Miller to request additional information or to schedule a private showing.
53 +/- acres (33 +/- acres pasture, 20 acres timber/brush)
Located within 10 miles of Yates Center, Burlington, Gridley, and LeRoy and just 2 miles off HWY 75.
Income producing property with a grazing lease in place & the ability to increase return on investment.
Consists of a majority Class II & III Kenoma & Dennis silty loam soils with the opportunity to convert into tillable acres for cultivation. Some terracing is already in place.
Many deer, turkey, quail, varmint, waterfowl, and small game hunting opportunities. Light hunting pressure during the last several seasons and only hunted by one hunter with great hunting history (Additional deer photos available upon request)
Timber is comprised a mixture of hardwood and softwoods including many cedars, oak, walnut, and hedge trees. The timber and tree rows also create highly used travel corridors for deer and present many great locations and pinch points for stands.
Located in a great area of Woodson County that is known for giant whitetails and a large population of turkeys.
Neighboring properties are comprised of prime whitetail habitat and cropland that provides ample food sources and cover to support a healthy population of wildlife
The 33 +/- acres of open pasture are comprised of a mixture of warm and cool season grasses that provide forage for grazing and cover for wildlife
Located in a well-known waterfowl flyway just south of John Redmond and Wolf Creek Reservoirs.
Several extremely secluded locations for food plots for whitetails and turkeys with great access. The west half of the property is completed secluded from the county road.
Opportunity for increasing income from leasing the hunting rights or converting some if the open ground back into tillable if the new owner desires.
The pond and wet weather creek provide a year-round water source and present waterfowl hunting opportunities. Pond is stocked with fish and adds some recreational opportunities.
Topography of the land allows for ideal locations for new pond/marsh construction. With the ability to build new dikes and levees and dam up the creek, the options for creating a waterfowl hunting paradise are endless.
Functional fencing and gates
Many great building sites for a rural home or hobby farm. Utilities located close by.
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