This area of NW MO is known for its fertile soils and the ability to produce strong yields year and and year out and this property is no exception! With 68 acres tillable, the farm is 100% Class 2 and 3 soils with an overall NCCPI score of 79.1. The majority of the soils have an average score of over 80 according to the NCCPI scale. The slope rating are comprised of major 5-9% slopes which provides excellent terrain for a hill ground tillable farm. The current owner has done a great job installing terracing and tiling on the tillable acres to improve the soil and increase yields. There would be room for 10 or more acres to be put into tillable operation if the new owner desired. The farm currently lays with a separate 20 acres that could be used in multiple ways. It provides a tremendous build site and excellent hunting opportunities. The timber is a mix of mature maples, oaks, and hickory which provides tremendous habitat for all types of wildlife.
Although this property has majority open tillable acres, do not let that fool you! This property does hunt extremely well and that is easy to see with the connectivity this property provides. In this particular area of NW MO, cover is key when pursuing big whitetails. This farm and neighboring farms have plenty! The draw on the south end of this farm connects two major blocks of timber and provides plenty of cover to hold whitetails on the farm itself. When taking pictures of the property I ran into multiple turkeys who were utilizing the mature timber to roost.
The quaint farm house provides an excellent opportunity to live, or to rent out for more income coming from the property. The 4 bed 1 bath home is updated from the original build with newer carpet and nice hardwood floors in the kitchen. The property is currently hooked up to well water, but does have rural water available if the new owner desires that type water source.