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60 acres, secluded, CRP, timber, great hunting, Grundy County $90,000

80 acres, CRP, timber, great hunting, Grundy County $125,000

124 acres, Borders conservation wildlife area, old double wide, Sulliva County $248,000
The number for these 3 are 660-646-7653




160 acres 113.5 in CRP @ $7398 YR, balance timber Carroll County $240,000

45 acres, bottom crop land on Shoal creek $73,500

174 acres Grand river bottom and upland farm, 106 bottom crop acres, 18 acres pasture and the rest in timber $329,500

67 acres Daviess County $100,500

120 acres Coffey Area, 65 acres in CRP $156,000
The number for these 5 is 660-646-6902




For Sale 150 acres grassland and timber in North Linn County 660-676-5559

For Sale 40 acres mostly Locust Creek bottom with good home on hill over looking land, Edge of Browning $115,000 660-676-5559
 

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That ground in Grundy County, is it actually 1 farm that can just be purchases in 2 tracts. If it is I have been on that farm & it looks awesome for deer hunting. The farm I am thinking of is at the end of a gravel/dirt road. Mixture of timber, CRP & tillable bottomland.
 

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It all sounds good to me...most of it isn't really overpriced for this day and age either!!!
 

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I am not sure what highway is closest to the farm I am thinking of but I do know that its up for sale again and they do want a pretty penny for it. If I remember right Brennen's has it listed ( I think)
 

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How much for all of it?:D
 

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Your right that is Ben's ground. I have hunted it, it would be hard to a find better piece of ground anywhere. It has unbelievable Turkey Hunting, and the neighbor to the south has about 100 acres of thick timber and he doesn't let any hunt. We routinely passed on 130" bucks.

If I could afford it, I would give at least that much. If someone buys it because of this info, can I get a free bow hunt.
 

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Originally posted by northmobigbuck
Lets do the math $1,742.65 an acre. Dang!!!!!
Well that's a pretty good price for around in these parts!
 
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