This diverse farm is located southwest of Flat Rock and just west of IL-1. As you make your way onto the property you will notice a small, 1-acre field that would be a perfect spot for a food plot. Continuing east, you will make your way into an approximately 17-acre field. The field is located in the middle of the farm and is very secluded from any road. The field is currently farmed by a local farmer and is on a corn-bean rotation. Sugar Creek is on the south side of the property, running east and west, the entire length of the farm. Another feeder creek comes in from the north, located at the east end of the property. The farm has approximately 42 acres of timber on it and the owner has it on a select-cut, 5-year rotation to provide extra income over the years. There is still a lot of timber value on the farm with the majority of the trees being white oak, red oak, walnut, poplar, and ash. On the east end of the property, the owner has a small food plot with an elevated blind as well as a waterhole, which makes it a prime hunting location. The owner and his family have taken several nice deer and turkeys over the years on the property. The property is large enough to qualify for landowner tags for both resident and nonresident hunters.
Large enough to qualify for landowner tags
Relatively close to Robinson and Lawrenceville
The property has tillable, timber, and possible oil lease for income
Gated access to the farm off a gravel road
Both Sugar Creek and the high lines provide a nice travel corridor for the deer
A couple locations for food plots and elevated blinds
Most of the farm is secluded from the road but has good hunting access