One look at the aerial photo and I know you will be thinking, "what the heck," but hear me out. It may have a unique layout, but in all reality, the way it is laid out offers many options, and options are good. For starters, this property is located in the heart of some top-end deer, pheasant, and turkey country, and this property sets up nicely to hunt all three. It's surrounded by agricultural land, providing plenty of food. You can walk the east side of the property for pheasant, bow hunt the west side for deer, and turkey hunt either side. You can gun hunt the entire property as well. The connector land on the south end of the property acts as a natural funnel for the deer traveling between the ag fields. The northwest corner has about a two-acre field for food plots or buildings. The deer trails are down to the dirt, and the current owner has reported seeing as many as 25+ deer in a single sitting. When I walked the property in the morning, I could hear turkeys gobbling and pheasants cackling and spotted several deer. Even with the unique layout, this property needs to be seen!