Fun is only half the equation at Duck Lake Farm. This is not only a great recreational property, it is also a highly productive farm. The fertile loamy soil pastures are set up to allow easy rotation and movement of cattle to the working pens. There are four main pastures with water and two hay meadows. The hay meadow next to the lake is primarily prairie grass and produces about 50 large round bales per year. The other meadow is located in the northwest corner of the farm. This 10 acre meadow is primarily bermuda grass and will make 30 bales when fertilized. There are also 3 two acre runs and 2 half acre pens. In total, the property will run 40 cow/calf pairs. For those who want to enjoy the recreational aspects of the ranch but don't want to farm, there are standing offers to lease the property for grazing or hay.
Improvements on the property include a 2280 sq ft, four bedroom house. The house is livable but does need some remodeling and repairs. With some work, it would be ready to serve as a weekend retreat for friends and family. There are also three barns/shops behind the house and barn at the working pens. Rural water and electricity run along the road. Ideally, the existing house could be used as a temporary residence while building a new house on the hill overlooking the lake. This spot would provide some great views across the lake at sunset and generally allow you to see the entire farm. If you are looking for a fun and productive farm, please schedule a showing today.
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