This 3,000± acre ranch is perhaps the best pheasant hunting property in North America with 800± acres of feed crops interspersed with native grasses and trees providing excellent habitat for pheasant, grouse, wild turkey and white tail deer. An additional 65± acres of land are planted in alfalfa. The Elm River meanders through the ranch for 7-1/2± miles, providing cover and feed for game in the naturally preserved riparian corridor. The ranch is set up as a hunting-for-fee operation as well as an ag operation. Ask for Jack Kavanaugh.