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If you are in the market for a row crop farm, this nice parcel is waiting for your consideration. This tract of land in Southern Iowa could make a nice addition to other land in your portfolio or a nice farm for your first land purchase. This parcel offers income from cash rent of the cropland acres if the buyer should so d...

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Presenting the Witt Acreage: 4 bedrooms & 2 1/2 baths. Geothermal heat, central AC, & rural water. A gorgeous great room with fireplace & an adorable loft above. Recently painted interior with great color schemes; hardwood flooring has been added in 3 rooms. Lovely deck with southern views. Outbuildings include a 48'x100' ...

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Presenting the Freml 40 Farm. This 40-acre tract is located southwest of Brooks and northwest of Nodaway in some prime hunting territory. The farm currently offers CRP thats set to expire at the end of 2019 with options to convert back to row crop, seed to hay or reseed to CRP when programs open back up. A nice ridge sits o...

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Presenting the Kerrigan 156 Farm. Call Tom today at 712-621-1281 to schedule an appointment to view this parcel and discuss the possibilities for this fine farm in southwest Iowa. Town: Shannon City County: Union State: IA Taxes: $2,886 Terms: Cash, payable at closing Land Use: 155.30 farmland acres; 113.48 cropland, ...

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Presenting the Kerrigan 187 Farm. Call Tom today at 712-621-1281 to schedule an appointment to view this parcel and discuss the possibilities for this fine farm in southwest Iowa. Town: Afton County: Union State: IA Taxes: $3,246 Terms: Cash, payable at closing Land Use: 189.26 farmland ac, 134.76 cropland; 19.05 eff....

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You truly can’t find a better hunting property that this fantastic farm! Turkey & deer potential galore exist on this property, along with great area genetics! This property would truly make an heirloom for making memories of a lifetime with the whole family. See this gem for yourself! Give Listing Agent Tom Miller a call...

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Presenting the Kanzmeier 235 Farm, a very nice-lying farm that rents well, currently $225 per tillable acre. Wide open long rows that would be a pleasure to farm. Located near the metro area in northern Clarke County. This quality investment offers great deer and turkey hunting. Superb building sites only minutes to Des Moi...

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Presenting the Stoneberger 208 Farm. 208 total acres with 82.38 acres in CRP program-- annual income of $12,895. 66.6 acres will expire this fall and could possibly be reenrolled for considerably higher amount. 76 acres are currently being cash rented for row crop 2019-20 season. There is a barn/shed and 5 acres of pasture ...

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299.79 taxable acres. 70 CSR 2. 289.55 tillable. ...

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If you are looking for a turn-key, dream farm that offers excellent hunting look no further. This property has everything you need! The property offers excellent deer and turkey hunting and comes complete with a pole building with electricity that includes a living quarters and space to store your tractor and ATVs. The tree...

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Town: Kellerton County: Ringgold State: IA Taxes: $2,590 Terms: Cash, payable at closing Land Use: 193.53 farmland acres, 154.12 cropland acres Income: 23,022 Possession: Upon closing, subject to farm lease agreement Tillable Acres: 20.01 CRP Acres: 134.01 CRP Description: $23,022 in annual CRP income, as follows:...

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If you are in the market for strong & stable income, great recreation & hunting potential and a great place to get away from it all, then look no further, you’ve found it! $33,280.44 annual income through 2025 makes this farm a great investment! The potential exists to re-enroll the farm at the end of the 2025 time-frame,...

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Nice one piece tract located on a county paved road providing good access to Landus Co-op in Adair, the Anita elevator in Anita, Menlo ethanol plant, and the Atlantic ethanol plant when it opens in the near future. The property has been well taken care of and is in excellent shape. The property is located three and a hal...

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Nearly 100% tillable, high quality farm with an average CSR 2 rating of 82. The farm consists of nearly 80 acres with a CSR2 rating of 90 or higher! Property has been well cared for and is partially tiled, with a large outlet in the northeast corner of the farm. The farm has a lease in place for 2019. Don't miss out on this...

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80 acres m/l of mixed use recreational, farmland located in Jefferson County, Iowa is an excellent investment opportunity along with great hunting. The property is conveniently located just 6 miles north of Fairfield and 1 mile east of Highway 1. The property contains 65.84 acres of CRP, enrolled thru 2027. The CRP generate...

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