This secluded hunting farm features rolling hay fields, oak timber, food plots, a nice pond, several water holes, bedding habitat improvements, plus an impressive deer and turkey history. The current owners manage the property for hunting, and the results speak for themselves. A local farmer cuts hay once a year, averaging 30-35 bales, which clears the way for annual fall food plots. Other habitat improvements include a joint project with MDC that established warm-season grasses and conifers to create bedding cover for deer, as well as nesting cover for quail, turkeys, and other ground-nesting birds. The timber on the farm consists mainly of oaks of varying age classes, some of which are mature and ready for harvest. A select timber harvest would not only put cash into a new owner’s pocket, but it would also create bedding cover while allowing sunlight to reach the forest floor, thus greatly improving the timber stand habitat for deer, turkeys, and other wildlife. The property also offers plenty of water to the native wildlife from several water holes, plus a scenic ¼ acre pond. The pond hasn’t been fished for a while, so we aren’t sure if it needs to be re-stocked. Properties like this are in high demand. Don’t wait to schedule your private tour.
Excellent harvest and trail camera history of deer and turkeys
Diverse timber including open hay ground, oak timber, warm season grasses, several water holes, and a nice pond
Plenty of space for food plots
Sets up well for deer hunting with bow, rifle, or muzzleloader
8’x12’ shed has kitchenette and bunks
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