It's not often that tillable farms of this size in the region change ownership. Available for the first time in several decades, located just northwest of Clinton, and under three miles from MO-7 is this exceptional offering. Made up primarily of Deepwater silt loam, Hartwell silt loam, and Barco loam Class II soils, the tillable ground is highly productive. With slopes ranging mostly between 1 and 5 percent, the farm lays out beautifully and drains well. Approximately 187 acres have historically been planted in corn and soybeans, and 40+/- acres have been in hay production. The balance is comprised of waterways and wooded ground, as well as two small ponds. With over ?? mile of road frontage, the farm has excellent access on the north side, as well as an entrance on the south end. Overhead power has been run on the property, and there are two existing grain bins. The farm is currently cultivated on a crop share agreement, but will require a new operator after the 2021 harvest, presenting the opportunity for an owner-operator or a lease with a new tenant. The combination of expansive agricultural ground and wooded draws provides excellent recreation opportunities on this farm. Wildlife is abundant and a large population of deer utilize the property. The area is known for trophy whitetails, and the farm borders the Haysler A. Poague Conservation Area to the south. This offering is of tremendous value and will be a solid investment for years to come.
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