West Kentucky Farm with Solid Hunting and Steady Income

Description

Excellent hunting farm with tillable income! This is a beautiful farm with the key ingredients needed to fill your Kentucky tags year after year. The farm has approximately 123+/- tillable acres spread across gently rolling topography. The tillable acreage provides a great source of income, highly nutritious food for the wildlife and has established spill ways to aid in erosion prevention. There is approximately ½ mile of road frontage along two county roads and a gravel entrance with a culvert that is wide enough for a tractor and implements. All of the road frontage is along the southern side of the farm. This provides the ideal entry points for hunting access during Novembers predominant northern wind directions. There are roughly 44+/- acres of timber spread throughout the property. The topography gets slightly steeper within the timbered areas. The south facing slopes of the timbered ridges provide great late season bedding during the cold of winter. There are numerous travel corridors and pinch points within the timbered areas. A quick look at the aerial shows a textbook travel corridor on the western side of the farm. This area has four main fingers of timber that connect to a central hub. This is an ideal set up for a northwest wind to carry your scent over the ag field and catch cruising bucks slipping through the timber. These same timbered fingers create perfect areas for food plots tucked close to the timber. The farm has 3 small ponds and several feeder streams that provide ample water for wildlife. The ag field also provides several options for a building site with electric available at the road. If you’re looking for a solid hunting farm with a great source of income, give us a call today and schedule your private tour!

Property Details

  • 123+/- tillable acres
  • 44+/- acres of timber
  • Gravel entrance with culvert wide enough for tractor and implements
  • Numerous field corners and pockets that are ideal for food plot locations
  • Textbook travel corridors and pinch points
  • Gently rolling topography
  • Slightly steeper ridges within the timbered areas
  • Areas of thick brushy bedding/sanctuary habitat
  • Approximately ½ mile of road frontage along Rowlett Trail and Center Ridge Road
  • Southern entry points provide ideal access during November’s northerly wind directions
  • The row crop acreage provides ample nutritious food for wildlife
  • 5 minutes from Kentucky Lake boat ramp
  • 20 minutes from Murray – 2 ½ hours from Nashville, TN – 3 ½ hours from St. Louis, MO

Center Ridge Road
Murray, Kentucky 42071