In this offering is a nice gently rolling 80-acre tract that appears to not only be a good farmland but ECO Friendly as well. There is a well-established forest and hard wood trees that make up approximately 20 acres or so. If air quality beauty and serenity are a part of your overall plan, you couldn’t ask for a nicer piece of property and who knows? Maybe Carbon Credits could be in your future as well as good income from the farmland itself.
The Woodbury county FSA Office shows 59.74 Cropland acres with a 59.7 acre cornbase with a 136 bushel PLC Yield Index. The Woodbury County NRCS Office and Assessors show the main soil types to be Monona, Ida, Napier-Castana and carries a 47.8 CSR2 weighted average.
This farm may prove to be upgradable as well if someone want to work on the trees to pick up some more acres to farm. Whether you want to do that or leave it as it is, there certainly will be some very enjoyable opportunities for the future. Being a good steward of the land, no matter which direction you want to go, should offer good future dividends as time goes on. There are lots of possibilities with this 80. I hope you give yourself and your family an opportunity to explore them in the years to come.