This is an excellent property that has been in the same family for many years. Not many large tracts like this come available very often in this area. The tillable acres are estimated since approx. 1.4 acres of tillable land in FSA reports are actually in the east acreage exception not shown on the FSA maps.
This is a quality income and recreational tract that has a good location NE of Cambridge and SW of Ames. Good conservation and income with the Conservation Reserve Program plus timber for the deer and turkeys. Pheasants have been numerous in recent years.
CJS Farm 148 Acres, Clarke Co., IA - Clarke County
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.
Sold:Bentley 80 Acres Sealed Bid Auction - Story County
Due to the passing of Allan and Evelyn Bentley, longtime Story County award winning dairy producers, the family has decided to make this excellent parcel available to the public by sealed bid. Bids are due by 1 pm on Friday, September 20th with a decision to be made by Friday September 27, 2019. Bids are to be made on a total dollar amount and not per acre. Minimum bid is $824,000 or $10,300/acre on 80 acres.
This is a quality 120 acre tract that has been well maintained and located on a ridge so it doesn’t take any water from other land. The farm has an 82.2 CSR 2. The farm is leased for 2019 on a cash rent that can be assigned to the buyer with a closing before March 1. The lease can be cancelled for the 2020 crop year.
This is a quality 280 acre tract that has a good location in a known prime deer habitat area. There is a combination of CRP and potential cash rent income. Good conservation and income with the Conservation Reserve Program plus timber for the deer and turkeys.
This is an excellent deer and turkey hunting property with heavy draws and mature timber stands as well as a flowing creek and good access to the north and east side. There is 160 acre tract that has a good location in a known prime deer habitat area. There is a combination of CRP with some tillable acres mostly in seed grass fields plus the excellent hunting and recreation.
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.