St. Arbor Slough
200 +/- acres of pure waterfowl habitat known as St. Arbor Slough. This slough nestles up along the Mayfield Creek dredge ditch and is nearby to Mayfield Creek itself, which is a major flyway in western Kentucky for waterfowl. It is very common to see most dabbling duck species on this property. Bluewing teal to greenhead mallards visit this farm from spring to winter each year. Canada geese have been known to frequent the area as well.This farm has been enrolled into the wetland program but do not let that hesitate you from this farm. With an established plan for the property, there are things you can do and can not do but most of the groundwork has already been done. There is an AgriDrain flood control structure in place where the slough can be drained each spring to allow natural vegetation to grow in accordance with spring drawdowns to establish natural grasses, millets, and other vegetation found in moist soil units. Also a percentage of this property can be planted that is allowed within the wetland program. So someone could possibly plant some corn or other grain to help influence the habitat for migrating waterfowl.St. Arbor Slough is a natural wetlands that has year round water. It serves a stopping/resting spot for a number of various migrating waterfowl besides ducks and geese. This is a unique place that is in a great flway. If you are looking for a waterfowl property that offers easy access, in a flyway of migrating ducks, and has the ability to hold birds,then take a look at this waterfowl property.