Great price at just $4,950 per acre. If you’re seeking income combined with top-shelf hunting, look no further. This farm is offered with an optional 3-year row crop lease paying $16,750 annually ($250 per acre for 67 acres), plus the seller would be interested in leasing back the hunting rights for $4,500 annually (also optional). Combine these revenue streams with the profit potential from the hardwoods and you have a farm that checks all the boxes.
This Adair County, MO farm is jam packed with massive white tails. The farm has everything needed to hold the herd. The current owner had originally planned to build a lodge on Clemson Road where there used to be a house. He told me electricity is available at the railroad tracks to the north and rural water is available at the first house to the south. The farm offers 156.61 FSA total acres, of which 67.78 are considered FSA tillable (46+/- of the tillable acres are in the bottom). The seller currently farms it and hunts it. He said, “I planted Milo on it last year around June 20th and it made over 100 bushel/acre. If you want to fully maximize income from the property, don’t overlook the giant hardwoods that have never been logged. The seller has been told more than $100,000 income is possible from selective logging.