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312 Acre NW Missouri CRP Farm

Dukslayr

5 year old buck +
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swat1018

5 year old buck +
Dang, nice farm, but where are the big deer?
 

Dukslayr

5 year old buck +
Dang, nice farm, but where are the big deer?
It’s a good question...we are still looking for them.:) This farm is in prime deer real estate. I wish it wasn’t so far from my primary farm or I wouldn’t sell it. Such a pain getting my tractor implements there and back.
 

bwoods11

5 year old buck +
Good soils when/if it comes out of CRP?
 

Dukslayr

5 year old buck +
Good soils when/if it comes out of CRP?
Soils are decent. I can get a soil map posted. It was just re enrolled this year so it’s in for 10 years unless someone wants to pull it out immediately. Some of the bigger trees were sheared at/below grade) instead of pulled when it was cleaned up, so those would need to be dealt with if someone was wanting to put it back into production.
 

Turkish

5 year old buck +
Free bump. I’m merely curious — is the annual rate of return cited in the Zillow ad considered pretty good for land that has steady income in that area, region? When I have figured average ROI from timber income down here where I am, I come up with around 3%. Always been curious how that compares to other regions with different income streams.
 
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Dukslayr

5 year old buck +
Free bump. I’m merely curious — is the annual rate of return cited in the Zillow ad considered pretty good for land that has steady income in that area, region? When I have figured average ROI from timber income down here where I am, I come up with around 3%. Always been curious how that compares to other regions with different income streams.
Yes, 4% annual return is pretty decent in our area. In our area it’s nearly all crop/CRP income and hunting lease income...some places can stand a selective timber harvest. If you can find something that returns 5-6% you are really going well. My primary farm only returns 3% but I also don’t lease out the hunting rights on that place or it would make better than 4.
 

Dukslayr

5 year old buck +
Listing has been updated with a few more pictures. Anyone looking for a nice farm with good return in MO should go check this one out.452B9A8A-C21B-4C91-95A2-BB541241B606.png67ADF868-2353-4CB3-9368-79C619A1EF13.jpeg26E9737C-B447-4E0D-BB71-1452A152C773.jpeg55CD7ADE-9688-4AA4-B628-B77EE87F5323.jpeg7C451380-0174-4E25-9BB5-AB6AF80E6D9B.jpegEF254BCF-6B65-4B50-BFFB-566D0443036F.jpegBE8EB53C-0E95-44C4-8564-0E1CDBC03260.jpegECBE2646-203B-45F4-9FCF-25EF100E9CD7.jpeg1359CA08-F969-4996-9959-A63B8FD46DFD.jpeg2594C63D-C3A5-44CF-AF48-6CA2B21D5E86.jpeg
 

Tree Spud

5 year old buck +
It is a beautiful farm and property. Is all that acreage at the top of that hill committed to CRP grasses?
 

Dukslayr

5 year old buck +
It is a beautiful farm and property. Is all that acreage at the top of that hill committed to CRP grasses?
It is as of now. The CRP contract could could be cancelled without penalty if the new owner chose to do so. The first payment on the new contract is due 12 months from now.
 
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