Diverse Combination Hunting And Income-Producing Farm in Northwest Missouri
- Farms, Ranches, Recreational Land, Timberland, Hunting Land
- Road Frontage
- County Road
- Road Surface
- Low Fence, Partial
|3.6 mi||to Skidmore|
|13 mi||to Maryville|
|52 mi||to St. Joseph|
|103 mi||to Kansas City|
- Small Game
- Big Game
- Upland Game
- Internal Road System
Sellers are considering all offers! We are excited to present this incredibly diverse combination farm to the open market. This property offers a rare opportunity to own a piece of Northwest Missouri's natural beauty. With Florida Creek meandering through its landscape, this property is a testament to the region's scenic charm and agricultural potential.
Comprising a mix of almost 40 tillable acres, 28 acres of grass-hay/pastureland and diverse terrain, this property is well-suited for both farming and hunting enthusiasts. The tillable acres provide opportunities for agriculture and income generation, while the varied landscape invites avid hunters to utilize its woods and fields, providing excellent deer and turkey hunting experiences.
Florida Creek branches off the Nodaway River system and meanders through the north portion of this property, providing pristine habitat for wildlife. There is plenty of whitetail deer and wild turkey sign throughout this property. The creek has several strong bends that typically create incredible bedding areas for deer. A mixture of mature cottonwoods, walnuts, oak, willow bottoms, a few young cedars, etc., will all provide a strong diversity of trees to appeal to different types of wildlife throughout different times of the year. The different fingers of timber create lots of edge and interior fields that would be hidden from the road, as well as ideal food plots and hunting locations or just a perfect getaway for the outdoor enthusiast.
Furthermore, the 28+/- acres of hay or pasture ground on the property adds to its agricultural versatility, allowing for various farming and ranching activities and additional income. This area is currently comprised of a mix of warm and cool-season grasses and native forbs. The topography change throughout this portion of the property provides sporadic majestic oak, hickory and walnut trees that add to the incredible views that overlook the property. This area could be continued as hay ground/pastureland, put into additional food plot areas, or even a picturesque building site that overlooks your property. There are two smaller pasture ponds in this area as well.
The tillable acres are currently in corn production and boast an average NCCPI rating of 82.33 across the entire farm. These acres are gently sloped, mainly consisting of Dockery-Quiver Silt Loams, Nevin Silty Clay Loam, and Ladoga Silt Loam soils. These fields are large enough to be a great addition to one's farming operation or great places to leave standing grain food plots for the whitetail hunter. There are also several other acres that could be converted to row-crop production if the new owner desired.
For added convenience, there is a well-established road system throughout most of the property that could be accessed via vehicle. Electrical infrastructure is readily available at the road, ensuring easy access to power for future development or any other electrical needs.
Because of the vast diversity and topography change, this property lies "Big", in the fact that it feels much larger than 96+/- acres. This property checks a lot of boxes, with tons of opportunities. It's not often that a balanced farm like this comes to the open market. If you're looking to add to your farming operation, need a place to hunt this fall, or are just an avid outdoor enthusiast, give the listing agent, Kyle Karcher, a call to schedule your own private showing!
Incredibly diverse combination farm, 40+/- acres tillable, 29+/- acres recreational/hunting, 28+/- acres hay/pastureland
Walnut, oak, hickory, cottonwood, cedar, willow, etc. present
Average soil NCCPI of 82.33
Florida Creek runs through the property
Additional acres that could be put into production
Potential building sites with electricity at the road
Whitetail deer and wild turkey population
Gravel road access from two sides
Native grasses and forbes present
Internal road system for accessibility
Close proximity to Maryville, Missouri and The Iowa state line
Incredible hilltop views overlooking the property
The information contained herein is deemed reliable but is not warranted or guaranteed by the Broker, its Agents, or the Seller. Access to property, access to utilities, or any measurements including but not limited to, acreage, square footage, frontage, and mapping boundary lines shared herein has not been independently verified and is for purposes of marketing only. If exact measurements, access to property, or access to utilities is a concern, the property should be independently measured or investigated by the prospective buyer.
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