The Rosebud Cedar Patch is a great opportunity to own 54.01 surveyed acres near the Gasconade/Franklin County line just 9 miles south of Highway 50/Rosebud and 15 miles west of I-44/Sullivan. Looking at the aerial map it is easy to see that this thick cedar patch is the main deer bedding area for miles around. Situated right in the middle of where the Bourbeuse River horseshoes, the vast amount of agricultural river bottom crop ground surrounding this property is the reason the area holds so many deer and turkeys. After adding food plots to the middle of the property to couple with the small pond and creek there would be no reason for deer to ever leave this parcel - food, water, and cover! There are also just the right amount of hardwood fingers sprinkled in the cedars to provide roosting trees for turkeys. Being located less than a quarter mile down a gravel road off of Highway T gives this property that secluded country feel while still being right next to the blacktop when it's time to leave. For water enthusiasts, Bourbeuse River access is minutes away at Tea Access Conservation Area or become members of the Tea Lakes recreational area that offers numerous fishing lakes and campsites for family fun. Properties of this size in this location are the types people wait years to find!