- Nearly $10,000 Farm Income
- $2500 hunting lease makes a solid 3.7% ROI
- Deer, turkey, quail and waterfowl hunting
- Crops, CRP, and timber
- Exceptional wildlife habitat
- Bottom ground with levee and water-control structure in place
- Easy access off of Highway 24
- Under an hour from Columbia
- Filter strips, quail habitat, and wetland restoration CRP through 2026
- 15-20 acres of flooded crop ground in the bottom
Rarely do I step foot on a farm that has maximized the income-potential and fully developed the wildlife habitat and hunting potential. This farm has everything a hunter could dream of, including deer, turkey, quail, and waterfowl hunting opportunity. Not to mention nearly $10,000 annual crop and CRP income and it’s under an hour from Columbia. When you add a $2,500 hunting lease to the income, the farm has a solid 3.7% return at asking price.
The diversity of this 78 +/- acre combination farm is incredible and has been fully developed for wildlife while maximizing the income. This tract has 39 FSA tillable acres, 15 acres of CRP, which include filter strips, quail habitat and wetland restoration efforts along with 24 acres of timber. The upland CRP contracts will expire no earlier than 2026 and the wetland contract is up in 2022.
The highly tillable bottom ground is levee protected and has an inlet water control structure in place that holds 12 acres of water once the corn is out. At full capacity, the pool holds ice eater-depth water in the borrows and knee-deep water that runs shallow to the north and west. Its location in the Chariton River’s East Fork bottoms is an area with low hunting pressure, good numbers of ducks, and a staggering amount of Canada geese. Several wetlands along the East Fork hold waterfowl through the fall and feed in the bottoms adjacent to the property.
Take a look at the aerial map and you’ll see the small crop fields surrounded by native grasses are an exceptional setup for deer and turkey hunting. The farm also has quail, I kicked up two nice coveys while walking it on January 2nd. To top it all off the draws and timber have traditionally been a great place to find mushrooms in the spring after a turkey hunt.
If you’re in the market for a hunting property that has diversity and income, this is it.
To learn more or set up a private showing, contact Jody Graff at (660) 973-1606