This attractive property lies between Donnellson and Argyle, just a little east of Highway 27. The composition is approximately 18 high-quality tillable acres and 72 acres of gently rolling hardwood timber. Much of the timber is south facing, which is ideal for wintertime bedding for the whitetails on the farm. The secluded 8-acre field offers a late season setup that is as good as you could ever get, with heavy cover surrounding a potential food source.
The open layout and subtle topography change is an ideal canvas to adapt into your desired wildlife habitat, whether that be food plots, native grasses, or thick hardwood bedding areas. Almost the entire farm is not visible from the road, which is ideal for daytime buck movement. The wildlife are comfortable and undisturbed on the farm. There's a very tight funnel on the northeast corner of the back field; these types of setups can be super reliable for tremendous bow hunting because the deer naturally walk through the pinch within bow range.
Within the timber are numerous White Oaks, Red Oaks, Hickory, and some Walnut spread across the property. This general area has a lot of cover, meaning that there should be a lot of deer to choose from come hunting season. The 18 acres of row crop could be cash rented, farmed by the new owner, or transitioned into a habitat and food plot masterpiece. A new driveway entrance from 194th Avenue will be established for easy access to this secluded property. Utilities are available along the road if you would like to build a home or cabin on the property. This land has the ingredients to be a great hunting property right out the gate, or you could improve it into a true wildlife paradise. If you're interested, call the listing agent Ben Harshyne with the Southeast Iowa Land Team at 319-853-1162 to schedule a showing.
Composition: 19 acres of high-quality tillable land and 71 acres of gently rolling hardwood timber
Location: between Donnellson and Argyle, 1.5 miles east of Highway 27
Timber features: Much of the timber gradually faces south, ideal for wintertime bedding; consisting of White Oaks, Red Oaks, Hickory, and Walnut
Hidden fields and subtle topography allow for creating desired wildlife habitat such as food plots, native grasses, and hardwood bedding areas
Tillable: 19.4 acres with a 55.8 CSR2 - the soybeans look tremendous here!
Much of the property, including the far back field, is secluded and not visible from the road
Tight funnel in the back field offers reliable bow hunting opportunities as deer naturally pass through within bow range
A new driveway will be installed from 194th avenue prior to closing
34 miles to Burlington, IA
34 miles to Keosauqua, IA
80 miles to Iowa City, IA
Good cell service for running cellular trail cameras
Electric available along the road
Rural water along the road
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