In this offering is a very nice representative Madison County, Central Iowa Combination Farm. This gently rolling farm, has a variety of cropland with some pasture and hay ground. The cropland has had good crop rotation practices used and conservation practices have been applied in the terracing utilized for soil savings as well.
The Madison County FSA office shows there is 110.49 cropland acres with a 73.79-acre corn base with a 140 bu. PLC Yield Index, and a 36.70-acre soybean base with a 43 bu. PLC Yield Index. The Madison County Assessors and NRCS office show the main soil types to be Shelby and Sharpsburg with a smaller amount of Colo-Ely, Olmitz and Lamoni. The farm carries a 63.6 weighted Average CSR II.
Deer Hunters and Outdoor Enthusiast take a look at the possibility that you have. Here is a great opportunity for a parcel of land set up perfectly for hunting and income production. From here to the Missouri boarder is the “Famous Whitetail Country Combo” that Iowa is famous for. Good income producing farmland surrounded by exceptional forest habitat that grows “Big Bucks”. Imagine having your very own hunting camp; no public crowds, you set the lay out, bring buddies or not, and all the while the rent can help it pay its way. This is a dream come true and one that you and your family will always be so proud its yours for years to come. These parcels are getting gobbled up and are in great demand. Don’t let this get away without careful consideration.
Best of luck from all of us at Brock Auction Co.