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Acreage in Alden, Iowa
When people set down and plan out a list of things needed on a property to grow and hold big deer, normally 1 does not find a place that allows it or has all the components.
This property has it all! 250 acres m/l has 102.9 acres of crp, 42 acres of pasture and buildings, and 104 acres of classic timber/river bottom ground along the iowa river. The crp produces $18,287 in payments per year. The csr is very high, in much of the ground it is above 72. The crp comes out in 2024, and if desired can be bought out of the crp and row cropped! Right now the pasture is not producing any income for the current owner, but 1 can rent the pasture or put it into hay ground and cash rent the 40 acres. The timber is classic iowa river timber. Swamp white oaks give way to locust, ash and soft maples the closer you get to the river. Tremendous amount of ground cover gives deer and turkeys plenty of places to hide. The large rubs dot the woods and pasture edges. An established trail system in the timber allows access to the property and the river. Once you get to the river, you have many recreational options. Fishing for smallmouth bass, catfish, or northern pike can all be done from the bank. Swimming, canoeing, tubing, or kayaking are all options from the property. Deer, turkey, waterfowl, and pheasants are all on the property. There are several wetlands dotting the property and adjacent properties, which obviously allow places for the migratory birds, but also funnel the deer! For me, the most exciting thing about the property is that it is 250 acres of pure habitat! There is a public property to the south of the property so it will hunt far bigger than 250 acres. There are no food plots on the property. Once those are established, i think you can pull deer from a long way and keep them all year. The property has everything a deer needs to grow old. Establishing food plots will hold these deer! In this part of iowa, great deer habitat is more scarce than other parts of the state! You need to check out this place, it is impressive, and with a bit of work it will be phenomenal! Iowa for the last few years has seen a decline in pheasants. This place still holds a good amount of birds! With some plotting, i think you could have great, sustainable shooting, and population of wild birds!! Please call and schedule a private showing!
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February 3 on LandsofAmerica