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Tony Nelson

Tony was born and raised in Harrison County on a 1200-acre farm South of Mt. Moriah, Missouri where he helped with the family row crop and livestock operation. He was active in 4-H and FFA with horses and cattle as his projects. At age 24, he moved to Massachusetts where he married his wife Brenda. They lived on the East Coast for 8 ½ years. He became an operations manager for a vending company, and their two children Garrett and Bradley were born. In 1996, Tony and his family returned to Bethany, Missouri where he became a real estate salesperson for United Farm Max Nelson & Associates. His dad and mom, Max and Judy Nelson, were the owners so it made sense for him to go into the family business. His parents have been with the United Country Real Estate Family since 1985. In 2000, Tony and Brenda purchased the real estate business from his parents and it became known as United Country Nelson Real Estate, LLC. Growing up on a farm has proven to be an asset; it has given him knowledge that has been useful for building and maintaining relationships in the rural area. Tony’s office has finished as one of the top ten offices the last 10 out of 14 years. There are more than 500 United Country Real Estate offices nationwide. Tony, Brenda, and their sons currently live on a 240-acre farm west of Bethany where they raise their own cattle herd. Tony enjoys deer, turkey and quail hunting with his two sons.

My Listings

Small Acreage in Northwest Missouri

Gilman City, MO
Harrison
This 20-acre parcel has a lot to offer. It presently has 11.4 acres of CRP that has an annual payment of $1,830.00 until September 30, 2024. A new owner can bid it back into the CRP program or put it back into row crop production. The remaining acreage is timber and timbered draws. This property has an excellent building location, and it has rural water and electricity available. It’s the perfect size for a hobby farm. If you have been dreaming about getting out of the city, you need to take a look at this property. Income Hunting Building Location Country Living Hobby Farm
$99,950

For Sale 160 Acres m/l Iowa CRP/Hunting…

Lamoni, IA
Ringold
This nice 160 has it all. Good hunting, great income, timber. CRP, pond and more. Sits on J67 in Ringold County on a good gravel road. There are 127.9 acres of CRP paying $237.33 per acre thru 2026 for an annual income of $30,281.00. The timber lays at the north end of the property. The terrain is perfect for deer. When viewing the property, we saw 4 baby pheasants. Lays just a few miles from Missouri so you can hunt two states within minutes. The CRP has big bluestem, and it is pretty tall making a great place for the bucks to hide. Take a look at this one.
$1,120,000
Hunting Paradise in Northwest Missouri Reduced

Hunting Paradise in Northwest Missouri

Denver, MO
Worth
This 240-acre property will offer some of NW Missouri’s finest hunting opportunities. It has been managed for deer for several years. It is in Worth County, Missouri and is adjacent to the Emmett and Leah Seat Memorial Conservation Area (3,479 acres). The conservation area has only been allowing archery and muzzle loader deer hunting. The owner of this property only allows archery hunting as well. The deer are a lot less spooked and tend to stay on pattern a little bit more consistently. This year the farm has 5 food plots, an 8-acre bean field, and a couple more fields. It has one nice pond and 2 smaller ponds. There are 12 stands that have been strategically placed based on trail camera activity, food sources and a couple of watering holes. This property is 90% timber that is continuous. If you like deer and turkey hunting this one should excite you. Please call for more information. This one is well established and doesn't come cheap with everything already in place. Food Plots: Fall Mix (Brassica, Turnips, Rye Grain) Rye Grain and Radish Fall Mix Fall Mix Fall Mix Has 8-acre bean field, 4 acres fall annual plots, 1-acre clover 7 Ladder stands 5 Hang-on stands      
$1,080,000
Premier Hunting Property in Northwest Missouri Reduced

Premier Hunting Property in Northwest Missouri

Denver, MO
Worth
This 245-acre property will offer some of NW Missouri’s finest hunting opportunities. It has been managed for deer for several years. It is in Worth County, Missouri and is adjacent to the Emmett and Leah Seat Memorial Conservation Area (3,479 acres). The conservation area has only been allowing archery and muzzle loader deer hunting. The owner of this property only allows archery hunting as well. The deer are a lot less spooked and tend to stay on pattern a little bit more consistently. This year the farm has 5 food plots, two nice ponds and one smaller pond. There are 12 stands that have been strategically placed based on trail camera activity, food sources and a watering hole. This property is 90% timber that is continuous. If you like deer and turkey hunting this one should excite you. Please call for more information. This one is well established and doesn't come cheap with everything already in place. Food Plots: Clover with Fall Mix in front of stand Fall Mix Radish and Rye Grain Clover Fall Mix Has 5 acres fall annual plots, 2-acre clover 9 Ladder stands 3 Hang-on stands    
$1,102,500
Hunting Paradise in Northwest Missouri Reduced

Hunting Paradise in Northwest Missouri

Denver, MO
Worth
This 485 acres will offer some of NW Missouri’s finest hunting opportunities. It has been managed for deer for several years. It is located in Worth County Missouri and is adjacent to the Emmett and Leah Seat Memorial Conservation Area. The conservation area has only been allowing archery and muzzle loader deer hunting. The owner of this property only allows archery hunting as well. The deer are a lot less spooked, and tend to stay on pattern a little bit more consistently. This year the farm has 10 food plots, an 8 acre bean field, and a couple more fields. It has one nice pond and 5 smaller ponds. There are 24 stands that have been strategically placed based on trail camera activity, food sources and a couple of watering holes. This property is 90% timber that is continuous. If you like deer and turkey hunting this one should excite you. The sellers have bow hunted only for several years, plus you have the adjoining 3,479 conservation acres that only allow deer archery hunting, except for muzzle loader season. Please call for more information. This one is well established and doesn't come cheap with everything already in place. Food Plots: Fall Mix (Brassica, Turnips, Rye Grain) Rye Grain and Radish Fall Mix Fall Mix Fall Mix Clover with Fall Mix in front of stand Fall Mix Radish and Rye Grain Clover Fall Mix Has 8 acre bean field, 9 acres fall annual plots, 3 acres clover 16 Ladder Stands 8   Hang-on Stands    
$2,100,000
Whitetail Paradise in Northwest Missouri Pending Sale

Whitetail Paradise in Northwest Missouri

Sheridan, MO
Worth
  Check out this 1,042 acre Whitetail Paradise! This large acreage is continuous and is located on the Worth & Nodaway County line. It is approximately 6 miles from the Iowa line and has been meticulously managed specifically to produce nice deer! This farm is truly about as scenic and beautiful as a farm in NW MO can be. It is a blend of crops, trees, food plots, paths, and plenty of areas for deer to bed down. This farm also has a great hunting lodge. It is a barndominium loaded with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Currently the farm has 235 acres in row crop, with potential to put a fair amount more into production. Features Include: 12 corn fields & 7 bean fields Share Crop owners paid $50,000 to the seller in 2021 Mowed paths throughout the property 13 green food plots 31 stands 4 watering holes Ample water and bedding areas River/Creek Frontage Timbered Draws Continuous Acreage Large Barndominium styled hunting lodge 4 bedroom 2 bathroom Oversized garage Picturesque views and scenery Nearly half located in Nodaway County & half in Worth County
$4,500,000