This is a quality 148 acre tract that has a good location and a combination of CRP and cash rent income. Good conservation and income with the Conservation Reserve Program plus timber for the deer and turkeys. Pheasants have been numerous in recent years.
Excellent quality tract of land in central Iowa. Good fertility and yield history. Soil test and other farm information available to interested parties. Lease is open for 2019 and beyond. Tile map is also available.
This is a quality 327 acre tract that has it all. Good conservation and income with the Conservation Reserve Program, timber for the deer and turkeys, living quarters for periodic or full time use, large pond and good location on a hard surface road 5.5 miles E from I-35 and one mile E of Hwy 69. The CRP is in three contracts that has 44.8 acres at $145.67/acre that expires in 2022, 184.18 acres at $148.62 that expires in 2013 and 38.91 acres at $166.37 that expires in 2027. The building was built in 2010 with 864 sf of living area on the south end and the rest is machine shed storage with a large overhead and walk-in door.
This is a unique offering of mostly timber with 19 tillable acres that has an access from both Hwy 30 and S. Division Street in Boone. It is not in the city limits thus hunting is allowed and residential building is encouraged. Approximately 1/3 of the property is level to gently rolling on the ridges then the hillsides drop off considerably as water is headed to the DM river 1/2 mile to the east. The timber is marginally fenced now and used as timber pasture. The draws offer great sites for ponds of various sizes and depths. Offered as one tract. The property may need to be surveyed if splits are made. The land is leased for 2018. The tillable CSR2 is 81.2. More tillable acres could be added of similar quality by clearing brush on the hilltops adjoining the present tillable acres.
Excellent quality tract of land in central Iowa. This land has 80 acres and 79.36 tillable acres with an 80.9 CSR. The farm produced over 230 bu/acre corn in 2017. Good fertility and yield history. Soil test and other farm information available to interested parties. The better farms are the ones that don’t need much explanation.
Sold:Fisher 251.59 a – Greene Co, Iowa - Greene County
251.59 acres with 211.5 tilled acres and 33.2 CRP acres with an average payment of $263/acre. There are two new wind turbines to be installed in 2018 that pay $7,000 each for 40 years with a 2% annual escalator. Good yields with good fertility and drainage tile. Asking $6,900/acre.
Sold:Fisher 80 – Greene Co, Ia (SOLD) - Greene County
This is a good tract 4 miles north of Grand Junction and NE of the ethanol plant. The farm has a good yield history that is available to serious buyers. The farm has had manure applied over the years with good fertility levels with info available also. The land has some tile but only limited maps available. The lease is open for 2018. There is no manure lease or easement affecting the property. There is a large waterway/drainage ditch bisecting the property. There needs to be a culvert installed to link the east and west side of the property.
This is a nice recreational and residential tract with a good building area on the western part that overlooks the timber and deep ravine. There is plenty of mature oak, hickory and other hardwood species. There is a hayfield in the middle of the parcel which is a good food plot and deer and turkey loafing area. The property has lot of dense timber and wildlife habitat adjoining and dominating the area. Located 1/2 mile west of the Des Moines River and 1/2 mile east of Don William Park with a nice lake, camping and golf course.
This is a nice recreational tract with approx 15 year old tree plantings in the Conservation Reserve Program plus older trees, oxbows and grass plus Beaver Creek. It is idea for deer habitat, mushroom hunting and creek recreation.
We are offering 138 acres m/l of highly productive Polk County, Iowa farmland to be sold as three separate tracts at public auction on December 12th. Tract 1 offers a high percentage of tillable acres with CSR2 value of 79.4. Tract 2 is a combination of tillable and timber acres. The tillable acres have a CSR 2 value of 72.3. Tract 3 is a combination of tillable and timber acres and provides a great location for rural residential development. The tillable acres have a CSR 2 value of 72.5. The tracts are located on a paved road on both the north and south side of Hart Avenue. Located within the Des Moines City Limits this farm represents potential future development. The farm is located seven miles south east of Downtown Des Moines and in Section 29 of Allen Township. A breakdown of the individual tracts is below.
This is a good opportunity to purchase a quality tract of land with good income possibilities and good location. This would be a good investment tract with a good cash return or a tract for a beginning or established farm operator. There is a 8.1 acre CRP field border that is currently enrolled at $356.95/acre until 9/30/2030. This lies along the east bank of the Skunk River.
This is a good opportunity to purchase a quality tract of land with good income possibilities and good location. There is 40.81 tillable acres to the SW and 17.83 tillable acres east of that. These acres reportedly yielded 67 bu/acre in soybeans in 2017. There is 18.5 acres to the north that is currently in the CRP at $144/acre. This tract is accessed through an easement through the timbered tract that is not owned by the sellers. The owners of the timber tract have an easement through the subject parcel also through the middle of the 7.31 and 10.52 acre fields