40+/ Acres, Holt County Missouri
Updated: Dec 10, 2020
If you are a serious duck hunter and are looking for a spot to call your own, please keep reading.
Take advantage of 7350+/- acres of nationally owned and maintained waterfowl refuge land, and only pay for 40+/- Acres.
Find additional information about the Refuge here: https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Loess_Bluffs/
Property Description: 40+/- Acres of privately owned land joining the East Side of Loess Bluffs National Wildlife Refuge (formerly known as Squaw Creek Wildlife Refuge). This land joins the Bluff Pool on the Southeast corner and the pool frequently backs onto this farm creating a natural duck habitat.
Once in a lifetime opportunity to own 40+/- acres of land joining the Loess Bluffs National Wildlife Refuge (formerly known as Squaw Creek Wildlife Refuge).
Typically app 17-20+/- acres of this land naturally floods as it joins the Bluff Pool. There is also a 10' wide well on the Southeast corner of the property should someone want to further develop the property. Top notch duck hunting with excellent deer and turkey hunting as well on the farm. Possibility to farm 20-25+/- acres of land.
Endless possibility with this farm. Possible to develop entire farm into a duck pond or ponds, or increase or reduce your tillable for income or food plots. Farm is less than 5 miles to Mound City, where you can find lodging, restaurants, and supplies. Take advantage of 7350 Acres by owning 40+/-.
Directions: Due to several road closures the best way to the farm (although not the shortest normally) is: From Mound City South on I29 to 159 West (the only way you can go--bridge is out East). Take 159 West to E Hwy North, in app 1/2 mile take the I 29 service gravel road north app 1.25 miles north. Then there is an easement West to the property.