Osage County Tillable Property Providing Income and a Bonus of Excellent Hunting!
What could be better than owning a multiple use property that has income producing tillable acreage with a bonus of excellent deer and turkey hunting? There is even a black walnut grove enrolled in CRP that provides an annual payment of $368. The tillable acreage consists of soils of statewide farmland importance and is currently in soybeans cash rented for $90/acre. The soybean fields and the cornfield directly across the county road provide excellent food sources that support and attract an abundance of deer and turkeys.(check out the game cam photos).
Although quite remote and secluded, the property does have county road frontage on two sides providing good access. Click on the aerial view tab for the location and property boundaries. The property has recently been surveyed and is ready to be recorded in the new owners name.
There is a spring fed stream that maintains permanent pools and Bailey’s Creek bisects the property and also provides a permanent wildlife watering source. The wooded portion of the property consists of approximately 12 acres of the stream corridors and areas adjoining the streams. These areas contain travel corridors for deer that would provide archers an opportunity to harvest a quality whitetail. Hunting around the edges of the fields is an excellent tactic for rifle hunting deer or hunting turkeys out of a ground blind. You may even be able to extend you time afield by hunting rabbits and squirrels.
Most hunters are looking for property that provides an income and this property not only has income, but the property is fairly level with good soils and boasts exceptional hunting. Don’t wait! Contact Certified Land Specialist, Tim Banek at (573) 826-9590 or email@example.com to schedule your private tour.
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- Price: $139,900
- Acres: 40.60
- MOP County: Osage
- Recreational Ground: Yes
- Farm land: Yes
- MOPLS ID: 40101
About the Agent
- Tim Banek
- After nearly 28 years with the Missouri Department of Conservation, Tim decided to retire and join Mossy Oak Properties of the Heartland. Tim was raised on a farm in the Midwest and understands farming practices and livestock. Tim is an avid elk, deer and turkey hunter and his time in the Wildlife Division of the Conservation Department provided excellent experience in wildlife management and knowledge of all issues related to wild game. Tim resides in Holts Summit, MO and you can be assured that whether you are selling or looking for property to buy in central Missouri, you can expect Tim will provide the best service available.
- Phone Number:
- (573) 826-9590
- Mobile Number:
- (573) 826-9590