290± Acres
Pulaski County, Missouri

South Bend Cattle Farm

ID: 2663
Status: Sold
Acres: 290±
Type: Farms, Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Land, Timberland, Horse Property
Address: Southbend Rd
City, State: Laquey, Missouri
County: Pulaski
ZIP Code: 65534


The South Bend Cattle Farm and hunting property consists of 292 m/l acres in the heart of Pulaski County, Missouri. This property is fenced, and cross fenced with over 100 acres of pasture. Property has several building locations one of which is an old homestead in a grove of mature pecan and walnut trees. Property has two ponds and a cattle waterer. Bell Branch Runs through the property with a nice spring that keeps water year round for livestock and wildlife. The SE & NW corners of the property have some prime ridge top with cedars providing excellent cover for whitetail and turkey. The SE corner of the property also backs up along the electric highline which sits an old shooting house next to one of theponds. Property is less than 5 miles from the interstate and just minutes from the Gasconade river! Can be split into two different tracts

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