155+/- Acres, Massive White Tail Deer Hunting, with Row Crop Income

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Available for Sale

Price: $1,046,250

Property Location: Clemson Ln, Gibbs, MO, 63540
County: Adair
School District: Adair County R-II

Download Documents:
Aerial Surety
Aerial FSA
Soil Map
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Acres:
155.2+/- Taxed Acres
156.61+/- FSA Total Acres
67.78+/- FSA Tillable Acres

CRP Information: N/A

Taxes: $230.67 to be verified by the purchaser

Property Features:
This Farm is Loaded with Massive White Tails
Seriously, If your goal is to Own a Premium Hunting Farm, L@@K
Income from Row Crop to Assist with Ownership
Big Income Potential from Huge Timber of Never-logged Hardwoods
Ideal Hunting Lodge Location
20-minutes from nice hotels & restaurants in Kirksville, MO
3-hours from Des Moines
3-hours from KCI Airport, Kansas City
3.5 hours from St. Louis

Property details:
If your goal is to own an impressive hunting farm with income, look no further. Seriously, you need to take a hard look at this one. This Adair County, MO farm is jam packed with massive white tails. The farm has everything needed to hold the herd. The current owner had originally planned to build a lodge on Clemson Road where there used to be a house. He told me electricity is available at the railroad tracks to the north and rural water is available at the first house to the south. The farm offers 156.61 FSA total acres, of which 67.78 are considered FSA tillable (46+/- of the tillable acres are in the bottom). The seller currently farms it and hunts it. He said, “I planted Milo on it last year around June 20th and it made over 100 bushel/acre.” If you want to fully maximize income from the property, the giant hardwoods have never been logged. The seller said, “my friend logs and 2 years ago (2020), he said that I could selectively harvest and probably end up with over $100K easily. Since then, lumber prices have more than doubled.”

Directions: From Kirksville, MO, east on HWY 6, through Brashear, MO, south on Clemson Ln.

Request more information about this property:

Realtor: Dennis Prussman,
Phone:
(816) 262-6178,
Email:
dennis.prussman@gmail.com

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