240 Acres located in the famed Neosho River Bottom Corridor priced at only $2500 per acre. This fully fenced and cross fenced farm is currently in grass but sits among thousands of acres of corn and soybeans. The flat laying fields are a blank slate for whatever direction you wish to turn this farm into. The adjoining 550 contiguous Acres of riverbottom hardwood timber known to all the locals as the "flatwoods" is gold mine of big old whitetail bucks living to old age by the owners that manage it properly. This 240 acres could be planted to a mix of CRP and rowcrops and the deer numbers you could hold and manage would be staggering. The waterfowl hunting along the Neosho River is also becoming the hotspot and soon to be the next "Stuggart" location in the coming years. Currently all within 1 mile of this farm you will find 1,000 acres of wetlands that are currently holding thousands of roosting waterfowl. Stretch that reach out to 5 miles and you will find almost 3,500 acres of wetlands in the area. This farm sits 25 miles down the river from the Neosho Wildlife Area "St Paul Duck Refuge" that will hold 35,000+ mallards. As well as 30 miles up the river above the 46,000 acre lake "Grand Lake" near Grove Oklahoma.
Making this farm the perfect mix of waterfowl and deer hunting with some good tillable ROI would be super easy to do. The farm sits a little over 1/4 mile from the River and from Cherry Creek. A smaller creek that connects the river and cherry creek runs thru the farm and is lined with big Mature Oaks, Pecans, and Hickory trees. In the NE corner of the farm along 120th and Lostine Rd sits a pipe corral, and old silo, as well as a water well with electricity and a pump that is supplying the cattle with fresh water. This farm does lay in a floodplain but the NE corner sits high enough it does not get so deep the owner has left cattle in it often times when the river is out of its banks.
These blank slate farms can be a lot of fun to design and then implement a plan and create your own slice of heaven.
This farm is a mix of Osage, Lanton, and Hepler Silt Loam soils all prime soil for tillable production. This farm also should possibly qualify for the Wetlands Reserve Program if that is something you would be interested in. That program is currently paying over $2,000 an acre.
Call me Broker Josh Fiscus for any questions or to schedule your own private showing. 620-870-9766