A perfect opportunity for a small-scale farmer or as an addition to a larger-scale operation with a desire to take advantage of some of the area’s finest black dirt. A combination of deep and standard muck soil, this tract presents a variety of opportunities from its combination of Carlisle and Palms muck. With over ten acres of well-drained tillable muck, this property has a history of producing quality crops, including sweet corn, lettuce, onions, and strawberries. Traditionally, muck is ideally suited for crops like carrots, onions, radishes, lettuces, potatoes, and mint. However, this property has proven to show quality yields from other non-traditional muck crops due to its unique location and protected layout. The eastern aspect supports a small pond that stays filled year-round, while the northernmost edge is bordered by Black Creek. The farm has not been turned over in recent years but has been moved to keep the sod from becoming too thick. A well-established right-of-way connects from the main road frontage to the backfield providing easy access for modest-sized equipment. A small strip of woods separates the two fields but does not present much in the way of the timber value. Additionally, there is a drilled well and electric service less than 100 yards from the road frontage. Additional uses could include hunting like deer, turkeys, and geese are known to frequent the property, while the black dirt could make for excellent food plot locations. For additional information or to schedule a showing, please make contact today.