This 520 acre property is truly a rare find. properties of this size and caliber are nearly impossible to find on the market. In addition to the size, this property has everything needed to grow and hold the huge mature bucks that have made Iowa famous. The Fox River is the property line on the southwesterly side, providing a year round water source. The old fields coming off of the river are lined by drainage ditches that are surrounded by mature timber and the fields themselves consist of large pockets of 15-30′ tall oaks and large cedar trees.
There are just over 15 acres of foodplots on the property currently in corn, brassicas, and clover. In addition to the foodplots, there is an 18 acre field of newly seeded alfalfa providing great tonnage to feed the deer, keeping them healthy and on the farm throughout the year. There is approximately 25 acres of old pasture that could be converted to additional food or habitat.
The timber consists of oak, walnut, hickory hardwoods with several pockets of thick cedar areas providing a lot of edge throughout the timber. There is a very high number of walnut trees that are approximately 10 years from a responsible harvest with the potential for hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth at that time.