We are considering selling our 602 acre Family Farm/Ranch. Price is $2500 per acre. Been in our family for over 66 years. Our age limits our ability to do what we once did. There are about 100+ acres that are open for pasture/hay, etc. The remainder is beautiful wooded acreage. LOTS of wildlife, deer, turkey, squirrel, etc. Lots of logging trails thru the woods to ride horses, UTVs, ATVs, or hunting and hiking.
There are two homes on property, the original old two story white farmhouse that my parents moved to in 1947and a western cedar sided home that we built in 1975. Both homes are currently lived in. There are several outbuildings, including a detached two car garage, an older wooden two story barn a large building for the machinery, etc. There are 5 ponds and one natural spring. The picture shown is taken from our covered deck on the back of our home. We look at this view from our kitchen and/or deck. One visitor said this was a "million dollar view".
This property is very private, cannot be seen from the road. It lays in a large hidden peaceful valley, surrounded by big trees. Entrance is off of a paved road.
There is new 4 strand barbed wire fencing around all of our fields. We have raised cattle and horses on our farm and cut most of our own hay each year.
I grew up on this farm and so did our children. It is located in Phelps and Crawford County, Missouri.
Company / Farm:
- We raise Tennessee Walking Horses and Missouri Fox Trotters in Central Missouri. Our children are all grown and we have 20 grandchildren. We are a Retired couple who loves horses and loves to trail ride. We will be downsizing due to our ages and at 76 Dan says he wants to travel more and go fishing too.
Give us a call if you are looking for a nice horse. We like to match the horse to the person and we know how important it is to find the right one. We have a special trainer who has a marvelous ability to work with horses and she is very thorough and gentle with them. We have miles and miles of logging trails thru the woods, they are not just ridden in circles in the arena - they are exposed to most obstacles one would encounter on the trail.