Remote Hunting Farm With Income And River Frontage On The IA/MO Border
- Farms, Recreational Land, Hunting Land
- Road Frontage
- County Road
- Road Surface
- Metal, Shop, Barn
- 7 mi to Pulaski
- 15 mi to Bloomfield
- 15 mi to Memphis, MO
- 47 mi to Kirksville, MO
- 115 mi to Iowa City
Cabin3BD / 1BA
- Small Game
- Big Game
- Upland Game
This remote farm on the Iowa/Missouri border is breathtaking and has every component that a true top-end farm in southern Iowa can offer. It features thick-timbered hillsides, brushy fence lines, CRP, tillable, river bottom timber, and abundant water sources. Owned by the same individuals since the early 1990s, it’s been very well cared for and provides unmatched views. Located in an area known for producing trophy whitetails, this farm has all the ingredients needed for a premium hunting farm.
A quaint cabin on the south end is out of the way to any hunting and sanctuary areas, yet easily accessible and a great place to spend the weekend. Next to the cabin are two sheds for storing equipment to manage the farm. The cabin has power and a well for water.
The South Wyaconda River runs northwest to southeast through the heart of the farm, offering an excellent travel corridor for rutting whitetails. Water is plentiful because of the river and four ponds. The largest, located just west of the cabin, is stocked with Crappie, Catfish, and Sunfish.
Ninety acres of tillable ground have an average corn suitability rating of 65, which is excellent for a hunting property in deep southern Iowa. Farmland of this quality should cash rent for well over $200/acre. In addition, 34.7 acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program pays an additional $4,522/year, making this property a great investment with annual revenue.
Timber Avenue runs north-south through the eastern portion of the farm, and for ¼ mile, this road is Level C, which is private access solely for this farm and the neighboring field to the east. Gated entrances on each side keep this portion of the road locked down, and on the south end, a beautiful privately owned bridge allows access across the river.
Pinch points and funnels across the farm make excellent bowhunting locations to target specific bucks and have deer in range of your tree stand. Multiple secluded fields and pockets would make for perfect food plot locations, offering great entrance and exit routes; the surrounding timber creates a comfortable place for deer to feed in daylight hours. My partner Rich mentioned that the most impressive shed antler collection he’s ever seen was collected just over a mile from this farm.
If you’re in the market for a high-quality real estate asset that offers great income and hunting opportunities, this property might be just what you’ve been waiting for. Call southeast Iowa Land Specialists Ben Harshyne and Rich Baugh to schedule your private showing.
Acre breakdown m/l: (113 timber, 90 tillable, 34.7 CRP)
Location: 7 miles straight south of Pulaski, IA on the Iowa/Missouri State line
Tillable: 90 tillable acres have an average CSR2 of 65, excellent for a recreational farm
If cash rented at $200/acre, the tillable would generate $18,000/year
CRP: 34.7 acres in three contracts expiring in either 2025 or 2030 pays $4,522/year
Four ponds including one near the cabin that is stocked with a variety of fish
South Wyaconda River frontage with a privately owned bridge
Private road access that is gated on each side
Abundant cover scattered across beautiful terrain, with brushy fence lines and heavy timber
Numerous draws and a creek bottom for excellent bedding and travel corridors
Phenomenal late season component, with a layout that will allow deer to feel comfortable using in daylight hours
1,006 sq. ft. 3 bedroom/1 bath cabin built in 2010 with metal roof, covered deck and patio
30 x 48 machine shed, 30 x 40 open barn
The farm has been leased for hunting for many years
A remote feel thanks to the sprawling layout and private road
Taxes in 2021 were $5,658
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