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Wapello County 218 acres Hunting Farm

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This is truly the best hunting property I’ve been on in several years.  The owner has gone to extreme lengths to create an absolute whitetail mecca with the convenience that anyone can enjoy. 

A history of huge bucks is documented going back over 9 years on this farm, but the majority of the trail camera pictures attached are from the past 3 hunting seasons.  You can rest assured that this property is in a genetically superior area and has been managed to maintain a huntable population of trophy class bucks.  The owner passed along just a small percentage of the trail camera pictures he’s cataloged over the years.  We only uploaded a few here, but to see them all you can use this link:

Creating a whitetail hunting farm of this caliber doesn’t happen over night.  The owner has spent countless hours and thousands of dollars on improvements that the new owner will benefit from.  This turn key hunting property will save you years off creating one from scratch.  More than 10 elevated box blinds are ideally positioned overlooking the 20+/- acres of established food plots.  Hours of bobcat work have gone into clearing out narrow pockets in the middle of thick cover, which are ideal for archery hunting.  A diverse mix of fall annuals, corn and beans, and clover plots all work to provide an attractive food source all season.  The owner also planted several apple and chestnut trees to further enhance the future food production.  If that’s not enough, the majority of the timber is mast producing oak hardwoods which provide tons of browse per acre due to the TSI work that has been completed.  An added benefit of the TSI is the bedding cover created and restricted visibility through the timber through edge feathering.  The CRP is established and provides great bedding as well as generate approximately $4,000 of annual income.

Access on this farm couldn’t be much better either.  Two entry points allow for hunting on any wind direction and an elaborate trail system provides access to nearly all points of the farm.  2 steel framed bridges have been constructed to ensure that crossing the creeks even after a rain is no issue.

This is an absolute turn key hunting farm that anyone would be excited to own.  To really appreciate this opportunity, you need to see this farm.  Call KILOTERRA Broker Chuck Johnson at 515-442-7709 to schedule your private tour today. 

  • 218+/- acres located 6 miles South of Ottumwa, Iowa in Wapello County
  • Rolling terrain isolates entire farm
  • 20+/- acres of food plots (clover, fall annuals, corn/beans)
  • Apple/Chestnut Tree Plantings
  • More than 10 enclosed box blinds stay on the farm
  • $4,000 in CRP income
  • 2 entry points, with elaborate trail system
  • Bridges installed over creeks
  • 2 Creeks and 2 Ponds providing plenty of water
  • Timber Stand Improvement on multiple sections of the farm
  • Controlled Burning to release browse
  • Lots of South Facing bedding Slopes
  • Ideally located Sanctuaries
  • Very little human traffic
  • History going back 10 years with giant bucks
  • Highly managed for older age class Trophy Whitetails
  • More Trail Camera Pictures here:
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  • Property ID: WC 218
  • Price: $829,616
  • Property Size: 218 Acres
  • Property Type: Farms & Ranches
  • Property Status: For Sale
  • Address: 140th Ave Ottumwa, Iowa
  • County: Wapello County
  • State: Iowa
  • Zip Code: 52501