This property is a blank slate with multiple opportunities. Starting with great access off of 250th Avenue, there is a large culvert and field approach in the northeast corner of the property. Half of the total acres are made up of high-quality tillable land while the remaining acres are dense wetland. The wetland consists of cattails and native grasses. The wetland is already great habitat for pheasants throughout the fall with plenty of thermal covers to hold birds into the winter months. The native grasses have been well managed with controlled burns and noxious weed control. The tillable acres have many possibilities. They could be rented back to the current owners. There is also potential that those acres could be put into a conservation program such as CREP, CRP, or RIM. The exact deeded acres and tillable acres will be determined by survey prior to closing. Buyer may negotiate boundary lines to include additional tillable acres if desired.
Over 15 +/- tillable acres
County road frontage
A dense wetland with cattails and native grasses
Great pheasant hunting
Possibility to enroll tillable acres into conservation program