As many know the Neosho River Bottoms are one of the most sought after areas for waterfowl hunting. The area has become a mecca for waterfowl habitat and management. This 80 +/- acre farm is located right in the middle of this mecca, surrounded by properties notoriously managed for wildlife and waterfowl this farm is a blank slate for the new owners. Cherry Creek is a year round water source and sits on the south end of the farm. The flat topography of the tillable fields and timber pockets make them ideal for future marsh and flooded timber development. The timber is made up of huge mature oaks and pecan trees, these flat wood timber pockets hold deer and turkey year round and are great hunting spots. The creek and the draw running through the property are also travel corridors for those cruising bucks during the rut.
The farm has approx 43 acres currently in tillable production, offering some return on investment and feed for the wildlife. Located within a 1/2 Mile of the Neosho River and centered in the middle of thousands of acres of public and private waterfowl development this farm won't last long. Contact Land Specialist Kale Kitterman at 620-249-3882 to schedule a showing.