+/- 126 Acres
Starke County, Indiana
Farm Features & Description
126 acres total, 101.3 acres enrolled in CRP, 24.7 acres wooded
97.6 acres of the CRP expire in September 2013, could easily be put back into crop production.
CRP income per yr. $8,210
The current FSA maps and CRP contracts are included at the end of the slide show. The bulk of the CRP, 97.6 acres will expire in 2013 allowing opportunity to place those acres back into soy bean and corn production. The fields are level with relatively no slope; a water ditch runs along the east boundary of the farm allowing excellent drainage. There is field tile present in the farm.
This property has been utilized in the past by a hunting club and leased for deer, turkey and upland game. The property has a well established growth of warm season grasses providing excellent cover and nesting for animals. The past two yrs have been limited to only private hunting by the owner. As you can see from the photos they have harvested several deer and turkey. The pheasant hunting is exceptional with a high population of wild birds.