Up on Top of the World.
In this offering is one of the best manicured farms in the entire area. This farm is in one of the highest top spots in Plymouth County and as such will take on little water from others. Gently rolling and very easy to farm along with conservation practices used, show how well cared for this farm really is. There may be a possibility to add more acres by checking the need for some of the terraces.
The Plymouth County FSA office shows 151 cropland acres with an 87.9 acre corn base with a 172 bu PLC Yield Index with a 62.8 acre soybean base with a 50 bu PLC Yield Index and is enrolled in the ARC Co. Program. The NRCS and Assessors office show the main soil types to be Galva and Radford and it carries an 87.2 weighted CSR2 average with almost half ( 47.5%) carrying a 95 CSR2. Absolutely a top quality high, high producing piece of land that you will never regret owning.
The strength of an area plays a huge role in determining the overall strength of any investment but especially land. As evidenced by the surrounding families whose forefathers and mothers had the vision and foresight to see what “could be” with hard work, determination, and controlling their own destiny. They could achieve anything. There are lots of folks who can make this farm their part of continuing that dream for future generations. All who have gone before us have blazed the trail for all to see. Many will follow the path but only one will also have the determination and vision strong enough to see it through! Will it be you? I certainly hope so. Your future generations are counting on you!! Best of luck to all. Bruce and Austin.