180+/- Acres Fillmore County, MN
180 Acres +/-
180+/- acres located in Fillmore County, MN right on the Houston County, MN line. This property has some great options as a hunting tract, fishing retreat or place to build your dream home close to town and just off blacktop roads. The property offers many build able sites, an old house and buildings, private drive, bottom access, river frontage, beautiful views, open and flat bottom terrain, CRP income, trail system, and is in an excellent neighborhood for big whitetail deer. The neighboring property owners have big tracts and practice Quality Deer Management for the local herd. This property is located on the I-90 and Rochester, MN side of Rushford making access to the Mayo Clinic, Twin Cities or La Crosse, WI an easy trip. The CRP contract is enrolled for 50.85 acres at $187.57/ acre annually until 2023. If you are interested in more acres the neighboring 65 acres to the north are also available from the same owner.
If you are looking to park some 1031 exchange money on an excellent hunting farm, want to catch trout out your back door, or wake up to turkeys gobbling on the ridge and be close enough to run into town or drive to Rochester to work you may have just found the one you have been after. For more information you are welcome to call Jacob Hart at 507.259.1065 or email Jacob@hpraa.com.
(Side note for the hunters) This farm has great winter holding capacity and south facing hillsides for sheds, CRP for excellent bedding and income, pinch points,food plots, funnels, benches, you name it for stand placement. The trail cam pics were from 2010 and 2011, which was right when APR was getting going so you should expect all those nice 3-4 yr olds should be making it to 5-6 yr olds now. Add that with the genetics and management in this area and you should expect at least 1 booner to world class buck a year to come out of this property. The genetics are something to make another note of. We have big, wide and tall, g2 single and double splits, turn down beams, abnormal points and MASS with length. I just didn’t see any of those short tined wide spindly bucks that need culling…maybe an 8 point 3 yr old for a first timer but other than that genetics and now a little more age structure are top shelf. One more quick note on deer was the daytime movement and comfort, I’m not sure if this is because its closer to town or how the farm lays but there is a pile of daytime movement and the deer are comfortable, ears relaxed, moving naturally, does producing 2-3 fawns and I don’t think I saw one picture of alert or running.
Next its loaded with elm trees for mushrooms, oaks for mast, walnuts, and could use some evergreens, apples, and chestnuts. The turkey story is nice edges, big roosting trees, and top or bottom trail access and setup for spring mornings. Trout fishing in the midday is right there outside the building sites no walking through the woods with a pole. Birds were gobbling in the timber when I was taking pictures earlier today.