Tillable Acreage With Hunting Potential In Southeast IA

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Description

I always tell my clients that the best proof of what a farm can produce in the future is what it’s produced in the past. Check out the trail cam pics! The number of mature bucks moving around in daylight on this farm is impressive! That’s indicative of low hunting pressure. The property itself is very nice and is roughly half-timber and half-tillable. There are approximately 43 tillable acres and 46 timbered acres but it’s broken up very nicely. The tillable acres are very productive and have an average CSR2 of 56.6 which is high for a recreational farm. The owner is cash renting the tillable out for $170/acre or $7,310/year approximately one acre in the NW corner is planted as a food plot. This would be a great archery farm and an even better late-season farm in my opinion due to the amount of timber around it and the secluded areas food could be left. It’s accessed from the east side by a “level B” road but there is gravel to the SE corner where the entrance is. There is a nice pond that’s approximately 1 acre located in the center of the property. If you have questions or would like to schedule a showing, contact Rich Baugh today. 

Property Details

  • Located about 3-4 miles SE of Fairfield
  • 43 +/- FSA tillable acres with an average CSR2 of 56.6. The owners are cash renting the tillable for $170/acre or $7,310/year
  • There is a nice pond in the center draw that’s approximately 1 acre. Check out the huge bass and crappie that have come out of the pond recently
  • We have trail camera history from 2017 through this season. The pictures are proof that plenty of mature bucks live in the area and that they are comfortable moving in the daylight
  • Excellent archery farm with numerous draws and a creek bottom located in an area with lots of timber and cover
  • This could be a phenomenal late season farm if standing crops or food plots were left in some strategic locations. The majority of the cover on the farm is south facing which will help hold deer on the property late season
  • The road (Palm Blvd) on the east side is a level B dirt road but it is graveled to the SE corner where the entrance is. This is nice because level B roads have minimal traffic compared to gravel roads
  • Utilities are located close to the SE corner of the property
  • Property taxes are currently $1,012/year

Palm Blvd, Lot#WP001
Fairfield, Iowa 52556
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