Located int the North East portion of Vermont on Lake Wallace this 221 acre property consists of the 1640 sq. ft. Main House with three bedrooms and a chalet style Guest House that has walk-out basement 2 bedrooms and a loft, full kitchen, and detached 2 car garage. The Main House has a large living [...]
The Taylor Ranch is a rare opportunity to purchase a large property and a complete agriculture and sporting ranch along the Tongue River between Sheridan and Ranchester, WY. With a nice blend of irrigated meadows and native rangeland pastures for grazing, this ranch is 1,963 +/- acres with 164 acres under irrigation. Approximately 1.2 miles of [...]
Located in the Mississippi flyway and in a waterfowl triangle of affluent hunting retreats, Mallard Manor offers relaxation and recreation in delta style. Mallard Manor is located 9 Miles east of Drew, Mississippi and shares a southern heritage and waterfowl reputation with its Mississippi neighbors. Six Shooters Land and Timber, Highland Plantation Hunting Club and [...]
This is your chance to own a waterfowler’s paradise. Close to the famed commercial hunter Ralph Kohler pits and hunting area this 160+/- acres is consisted of 154 acres of registered WRP and 6 acres of non allocated ground that has been left out of the WRP contract for a future home. This property is [...]
This is your chance to own a piece of the best all around hunting property in the midwest. All who have visited leave in wonder and with the hopes to be invited back. This Adams County property features 1970.3 +/- acres of cropland, CRP, Cedar River bottomland, shelter belts, grass and wetlands. The property has [...]
This 450+/- acre property has been used as a private waterfowl hunter’s paradise, located ideally between two National Waterfowl Refuges!
Quite a few bottomland farms have low-lying trouble spots that are just not worth farming. Wet spots tear up equipment, bog down vehicles, and rarely yield any find of crop except for weeds. We understand that some of these places are farmed for insurance or might be easier to plant than to avoid.
Habitat loss across many of our nation’s grasslands can be directly contributed to mismanagement and the invasion of undesirable species which out-compete native species. The best management of grasslands involves a rotational impact such as fire, disking and/or grazing.