Ask Mark Boswell
I am pleased to present a 4th generation tract of farm real estate for sale in Clay Township, Morgan County, Indiana. Representing 53.12 total acres via two parcels, this tract provides 31.23 acres of tillable farm ground and approximately 8.2 acres of woodlands. Past crop production has been very consistent year-to-year with Morgan County averages. The owner is willing to provide crop production figures going back to 2013. The property is conveniently located on North Bottom Road, just south of the Town of Brooklyn, and equidistant between Brooklyn and Centerton. The owner's farm tenant has regularly rotated crop production each year between beans and corn since 2013. The subject tillable acreage is not under contract for 2020. The White Lick Creek runs across the northwest corner of the parcel and serves as the west boundary line along a portion of the western section of the real estate. As a result, the 53.12 acre tract is formally within a FEMA floodplain. A detailed aerial map can easily be provided upon request. A walk through the 8+ acres of woodlands shows clear evidence of deer migration. In addition to the presence of whitetail deer, the owner will regularly see wild turkey, small game, and many types of waterfowl inhabiting the property. This tract provides all the needed characteristics for the avid duck hunter! This may be of additional benefit to the person who seeks a little enjoyment after wrapping up the Fall harvest season. Quick, convenient fishing can be achieved year round. For a personal tour of the property, or to obtain detailed crop production data, please don't hesitate to contact Mark Boswell at 1-765-720-2166 to schedule your visit.