Ask Kenneth Burgess
220 +/- acres found in Graves County, KY offers great potential to the new owner. Found on the dead end of Golden Spur Road, this property is exactly what is needed to grow big bucks. With a great mix of timber, CRP ground, and 70 acres of row crops this farm sure will make some great hunting. The topography of this farm gives off two different feels from timber ridges leading down to big river bottoms that have over the years produces great whitetails. Turkeys are sure to be in abudance with the amount of timber and river bottoms on this farm. Creeks that flow thru or on the edge of this proerpty provide year around water for the wildlife so they don't have to travel too farm from home. This farm also generates thousands of dollars in yearly income each year by multiple revenue streams. The 70 acres of tillable ground can be leased to local farmers to put crops out. The CRP payment generates another source of yearly income as well. There is some mature timber on the property with many trees entering their potential harvest range in the next several years. Current owners also lease out the hunting rights as another source of income.Whether you are looking for a solid investment property or you are looking for a hunting farm with great potential, this property seems to fit the bill. Located 15 minutes from Mayfield, KY, 2 hours from Nashville, TN, 3.5 hours from St. Louis, MO. West Kentucky is known for growing Boone and Crockett whitetails and there have been several killed in Graves County, KY.