When it comes to trophy whitetails and habitat management, I have yet to see a property with a better farm layout than the 325 Acres in Putnam County! The bulk of the timber is in the center with perfect openings for food plots which makes this property available to set-up for every wind direction! The timber is primarily mature/harvestable white oaks. The trophy potential for producing numerous Boone & Crocket caliber bucks is as good as it gets. The extremely strong whitetail herd is evident by the crop damage in the fields and trails crisscrossing the entire farm. There’s also a seasonal stream that flows through the property with a pond for fishing and provides year-round water source.
The farm has been set up for maximum income with field edges and drainage ditches enrolled in CRP programs. The larger CRP fields provide excellent bedding for the deer and are located perfectly next to the heavy timber with openings in-between for food plots!
The heavily wooded connecting properties offer a supportive habitat that would make for an exciting rut this fall with mature whitetails funneling through the farm and along the creek bottoms!
This property also includes a small 3 bedroom home located at the front of the property. The home has a newer roof but is in need of repair and cosmetic cleaning. There are also numerous of outbuildings that offer potential storage rental income.