Wow!! What a way to start 2022 off with a Bang! In the offering is one of Western Cherokee County’s top high quality farms. This gently sloped farm is an inside 160 acre tract. It has been meticulously farmed and has had great soil conservation practices used as well. There is an awesome well sloped grass waterway that has been tiled and hayed and shows easy drainage on what little bit of ground is needed for it. Since it is an inside 160, there are very few out acres also. You couldn't ask for a better cared for, better maintained farm that obviously been farmed by a very good tenant.
The Cherokee County FSA Office shows approx. 150.98 cropland acres, with a 75.80 acre corn base with a 165 bu. PLC Yield Index and a 71.70 acre soybean base with a 53 bu. PLC Yield Index. The Soybean Crop is currently enrolled in the ARC County program and the Corn Crop is currently enrolled in the PLC County Program. The Cherokee County NRCS and Assessors Office show the main soil types to be Galva, with some Colo-Judson. Super soils carrying a nice 84.4 weighted average CSR2.
Combine all these numbers and the super care this farm has had and it would be really hard to come up with a better farm in todays farming world. The demand for high performing top quality land is certainly strong and may very well get harder and harder to find. If you have always wanted to own one of the areas top farms, you want to look closely at this farm. I think history will show that whoever buys this piece will be very well rewarded in the future. It is always best to go first class and this farm certainly is that. Centrally located between Marcus, Washta, Remsen, Cherokee and Pierson in both Eastern Plymouth County and Western Cherokee County, it is ideally located. If you add this to your portfolio, you will never be sorry. Best of luck to All of You!