Rolling hills and dense foliage shelter bountiful white tail deer, turkey, waterfowl and many other species of wildlife. The property is fully equipped with all the provisions for the hunter or expert fisherman. Whether you intend to maximize this property’s potential for a profitable hospitality enterprise, as a short- or long-term investment or simply for [...]
This North Dakota property features 1970.3 +/- acres of cropland, CRP, Cedar River bottomland, shelterbelts, grass, and wetlands. A true hunters paradise. The property has been managed for dual recreational and agricultural uses with outstanding pheasant, and whitetail deer numbers. The land use consists of approximately 1160 +/- FSA tillable acres, 164 +/- acres of [...]
This 450+/- acre property has been used as a private waterfowl hunter’s paradise, located ideally between two National Waterfowl Refuges!
An unbelievable upland property in Southeast Nebraska featuring native prairie and 79 acres of mature hardwood timber with a great balance of grass and upland food plots. Blackstone has had 10 years of time and money invested in it to improve the hunting and wildlife resources.
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.