Ask Jen Tracy
Attention hunters, this 75-acre parcel is calling your name! Most of the property is wooded but has a clearing near the northern border that is level and perfect for food plots. You will also find a wet-weather creek, UTV trails, and tons of deer and turkey. We jumped 3 deer within an hour while walking the property, and the owners regularly see turkey on the ridges. You access the property via an old railroad easement from Hwy 28. There is a rough road that leads from the southern boundary to the northern boundary, where there is a camper and tractor that can stay with the property. Current owner planted pecan & cherry trees in the bottoms & there are 4 tree stands that will convey. Western boundary is the Gasconade/Osage County line.