Ozark County farm near Gainesville, Missouri

This 360 acres of fields (some) and woods (mostly) adjoins the almost 8 thousand acre Caney Mountain Conservation Area, which is a long standing producer of wild turkeys, whereby the Missouri Department of Conservation maintains food plots and forested land specifically planned for high output of these big birds, which can then get caught with cannon nets and used to re-stock certain areas of the state, as well as for trading other states for their wild critters, including pheasants and striped bass. It really works.

If you own this place, one property line is a high fence between you and them. The big resident deer herd doesn't stay inside the fence. They come and go, as do the turkeys and many other forms of wildlife. This would make a great property for a hunting club.

The farmhouse is more than 50 years old but definitely livable, with a well and septic system and separate garage/shop building.

Another ownership option for this property would be beef production. Clear additional parts of it for hayfields and pastures, then start your cow/calf operation. Sale barns are nearby.

Finally, a new owner could elect to preserve what's here now and to enjoy owning a farm deep in the real Ozarks at a road's end, full time or part time, with or without a family or a friend or two, and with or without household pets, horses, llamas, flamingoes, or buffaloes.

Shown by appointment.