Secluded Farm With High CRP Income And Excellent Hunting

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Description

Tremendous income. Proof of giant whitetails. Abundant pheasants. Seclusion on a dead-end road. Highly managed neighborhood. Forty minutes from Iowa City. These are the facts of this top-end investment. Just east of the Washington/Louisa line lies the best sub-100 acre farm that I have been on in my career. Forty acres of CRP whitetail/pheasant cover generate $9,651 in yearly income. Guaranteed income through 2027 and 2030. Here is why the topography is just right. You can’t see hardly any of the farm from the road. South and east-facing hillsides are the best for deer bedding, and this farm has both. The sign is evident; I jumped two dozen deer when photographing it. They love to bed here. Look at some of the major timber trails in the pictures! Two food plots--each with a tower blind--are a magnet for close encounters. The access to the secluded one is so deadly, and its where four giants have been taken four years in a row. Two tributaries form a deep creek that meanders through the draws. With five secluded fields, it’s no wonder why the previous owners have had such great success over the years. For a combination of recreation and investment, this one is the full package. If this sounds appealing to you, call me, and we’ll take a private tour.

Property Details

  • Strong 50/50 farm with 40 acres CRP income and 40 acres brushy timber
  • Managed for top-end whitetails with proven history
  • 34.3 ac. of Pheasant Recovery CRP pays $8,495 annually through 2030
  • 7.10 ac. of Prairie Restoration CRP pays $1,156 annually through 2027
  • Combined annual income of $9,651 paid every October
  • CSR2 of 63.7
  • Two 1-acre food plots with tower blinds
  • Excellent habitat in secluded fields, diverse edge, south and east facing slopes, thick cover
  • Solid pheasant population with the introduction of grasses and legumes
  • Large private properties in the immediate area
  • Potential building site
  • Winding stream with obvious creek crossings
  • Rolling topography allows undetected access
  • Deer, turkey, pheasant, and quail populations
  • 40 minutes from Iowa City
  • 15 minutes from Washington
  • 1 hour from Cedar Rapids

140th Street
Cotter, Iowa 52738