Located in the epicenter of Crawford County's big buck country, this property is sure get any hunter excited. The owner has intensively managed the property over the years has harvested very selectively. As a result, he states that it's the norm to have 160 class bucks roaming the property and an occasional Booner hanging around.
The 68.47 surveyed acres is a great mix of ridges and gentle valleys. A catch pond helps hold wildlife as do several food plot areas. A natural prairie on one ridge not only adds beauty but also provides security cover for whitetails. The number of rubs around this prairie attest to the fact that trophies feel at home here.
The parcel is reached via an easement from a dead-end road. Ridgetop access from multiple directions allows stand sites and plenty of options regardless of wind direction so you won't have to spook every deer in the area just getting to your tree. ATV trails provide access during game recovery and setting stands.
While whitetails are king here, turkey hunters won't be disappointed either. The spring also brings a healthy crop of morel mushrooms which are a delicacy in anyone's kitchen. Part of the property is enrolled in the MFL program (closed) to help lower taxes and promote healthy timber management.
Directions to Ranch
South of Gays Mills on Hwy 131, right on Taylor Ridge Road, left on Burton Lane to the end.