Presenting 160 acres m/l in Lucas County in the heart of Big Deer country. This property offers an outstanding opportunity for its new owner. This property showcases large timber with open fields for wildlife grazing and food plots. This recreational farm is secluded in the southern part of Lucas county with a tremendous amount of wildlife. Access to the property is along a county road with gates at both ends. Offering water, cover, and food for wildlife, this is sure to be a high producing game farm. In addition to the Recreational aspect of this farm, it also offers income potential for the new owner. With just over 80 acres currently in row crop and an FSA tillable base of 106 acres this farm truly offers the best of both worlds. Located in Section 25 of Benton Township, 10 miles south of Chariton in Lucas County.
E 1/2 of the SW 1/4 and W 1/2 or the SE 1/4 All in Section 25, Township 71 North, Range 21 West, Lucas County Iowa. Exact legal to be taken from the Abstract.
109.73 DCP Cropland acres
Corn base: 8 acres with PLC Yield of 101
Current conservation plan offers corn, soybean, meadow rotation.
From Chariton, Iowa travel south on Hwy 14 south for approximately 5 miles. Turn East onto 430th St/County Hwy-H50 and travel 2.5 miles. Turn South onto 255th Ave/County Hwy-S43 and travel 1 mile. Turn East onto 417th St. and travel 1.5 miles. Turn South onto 270th Ave. and travel 1 mile. Turn East onto 410th St. travel 0.5 miles, the property will be on the North side of the road.
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