305+/- Acres, Daviess County, MO – Quality Row Crop & Hunting
Location: State YY, Jamesport, MO 64648
School District: Gilman City R-IV & Tri County R-VII
305+/- Total Taxed Acres
305.01+/- Total FSA Acres
222.18+/- FSA Tillable Acres
212+/- Acres Farmed (leased)
11.79 acres are in a pollinator plot (around the house) expiring in May 2025. There’s no payment for this set-aside ground, however it can be gained as tillable farmland when the contract expires.
Approximately $3.30 per acre to be verified by the buyer.
Viewing The Farm:
Interested parties are welcome to go look at the farm. At time of listing, the corn had not been harvested. Please be respectful and do not damage the growing crop.
Quality Row Crop Upland Farmland
Class II & III Soils
Recent Updates to Terraces, Tile, & Grassways
Lays Good, Lots of 2 to 5% Slopes
More than 4,600 ft. Blacktop Frontage
High Quality Hunting
Long Ridge on the Blacktop
Multiple Home Building Sites
Open for 2023 Farm Season
Potential for Strong Hunting Lease
Quality upland farmland in Daviess County, MO near Jamesport. This farm offers 305+/- total acres, of which 212+/- acres are in row crop production. The farm lays good with a high percentage of 2 to 5% slopes and a lot of terrace and tile work done. There’s a long ridge with blacktop road frontage offering multiple building sites. The tillable acres have been leased to a reputable local farmer that would like to continue should an investor purchase the farm, however, the farm is open for the 2023 farm season so a new owner will have the option of farming it him or herself or leasing it to a farmer of his or her choosing. Additionally, the farms long draws and water sources provide an excellent habitat for deer hunting.
Directions: From Jamesport, MO, north on 190, west on P, north on YY.
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Realtor: Dennis Prussman,
Phone: (816) 262-6178,
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