1200 130 NORTH,
Hunt ducks and geese in your private flooded timber, or stash your blind boat along the shore of the Mississippi, in the heart of the flyway. Deer hunting is very good, along this connective corridor with mile after mile of thick timber tracing the rail road tracks and the river. Adjacent CRP fields of native grasses and forbs, and secluded food plots, dot this landscape and make it home to a healthy deer population, and a place where giant mature bucks roam. This property lies along the east banks of the Mississippi River, and is sheltered from view by CRP fields, trees, and the rail road right of way. Deer and waterfowl hunting opportunities abound on this stretch of timber and early successional habitat. The land has had approximately 9.7 acres enrolled in CRP (CP22) and established in trees that expires in 2019. The farm is accessed via easement across adjacent property from Highway 96. Adjacent acreage is also available.
School District 3