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Gasconade - Missouri River Bottom 57
Known for its fertile soils, this 57 +/- acre row-crop tract is located adjacent to the Missouri River just west of the Gasconade River tributary into the Mighty Missouri River. Approximately 50 acres of tillable soil and excellent proximity to the confluence of the Missouri and Gasconade Rivers offer great potential for the conversion into a productive waterfowl hunting wetland. The multiple border levees, near level grade, and easy access to pool-flooding waters further enhance the qualitied needed to create an exceptional waterfowl oasis. Or continue the operation as the current high yield row crop tract that it is, with 160 bu Corn and 50 bu. Beans not uncommon. Either way, this prime location tract can be yours. Old barn and shallow river water well located along paved Gasconade City street with easy access.