703 Acre Farm On The Gasconade River In Laclede County Missouri

703 Acres Farm In Laclede County Missouri. The current owner purchased this farm from his dad in 1955, and it has been an operational dairy farm since. The bottom ground along the river has been used to produce feed, specifically corn, for the dairy operation. The upland portion has been used for grazing and hay production. This setup would make a great beef cattle operation. The fencing is cattle tight. There are multiple multi purpose buildings on the property. The home was built in 1956. It has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The home sits in a beautiful setting and is a minutes drive to the river. The property borders the Mark Twain National Forrest and has some of the best hunting in the county. There is public access to the river from a newly constructed ramp built be the conservation department. The Gasconade River is known for great fishing and floating. River farms are hard to come by. One that has been in the same family since 1908 are unheard of. The farm is 1 hour and 15 minutes to Springfield and 2 and 1/2 hours from St Louis. Please call Brian Peck for showing 417-839-7708


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  • Property Information

    • Price: $1,899,000 
    • Acres: 703 
    • MOP County: Laclede 
    • MOP Address: 37475 Dawn Road 
    • Recreational Ground: Yes 
    • Farm land: Yes 
    • Fishing Land: Yes 
    • MOPLS ID: 49120 
  • About the Agent

    • Brian Peck
    • With over 25 years of experience in crop, beef, and dairy farming in Missouri and also being an avid hunter, it was an easy decision to team up with Mossy Oak Properties and open my own office. With my extensive background in agriculture and hunting, I have the knowledge to help my clients make solid financial decisions when buying land. If you're looking to purchase a farm or recreational property in Central or SW Missouri I'd love to help you!
    Phone Number:
    (417) 859-4868
    Mobile Number:
    (417) 839-7708
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