Jason Estal

Jason was raised in rural St. Charles County Missouri and fell in love with the outdoors at a young age. He enjoys hunting, fishing and anything outdoors. Jason sold his Landscape company and moved to southern Missouri in 2008 with his wife Tina and their four children. Jason has been involved in land management for 25 years and has extensive knowledge of trees, native plants and wildlife management. Some of the projects he has been involved in include timber stand improvement, wildlife food plots, quail habitat restoration and pond improvements to name a few. He enjoys sharing his passion for the outdoors and is always willing to help others achieve their goals. During his time away from work he enjoys managing a small farm in Webster County Missouri near Marshfield and spending time with his family. Working with the Land Leader network and Living the Dream is the opportunity of a lifetime and gives me a unique opportunity to share the endless outdoor opportunities Missouri has to offer.

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Jason's Listings

  • 369000
    table rock hills

    Table Rock Hills

    $369,000
    105
    Acres: 105 +/-
    County: Barry
    City/State: Eagle Rock, MO
    1614150024
    1560211200
    0
    Status: Available
    farms huntingland ranches recreationalland horseproperty
    $369,000
    This 105 m/l tract of land bordering US Army Corp of Engineers and the azure waters of Table Rock Lake offers several picturesque building sites with water views of the...
  • 399000
    table rock woods

    Table Rock Woods

    $399,000
    61
    Acres: 61 +/-
    County: Stone
    City/State: Blue Eye, MO
    1614150082
    1611901825
    0
    Status: Available
    recreationalland undevelopedland lakefront
    $399,000
    61 wooded acres that is lake front with nearly 1 miles of shore line on the Pristine waters of Table Rock Lake with mature hardwood and pine trees and dramatic...

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