The Little Vermillion River 358 is located in northern Vermillion County, Indiana. This property has 214 acres of tillable production ground. This is a very good area with a strong production history. This parcel's tillable soils are Reesville silt loam and Ragsdale silt loam. These are both Class 2 soils. The current farmer has averaged 185-200 bushels per acre when planted in corn. Field access is good with county road frontage along almost the entire north border. With tillable production acres neighboring the east border, production is consistent across this entire east 134 acres. The remaining 80 acres of tillable ground is made up of a large 45 acre field of bottom ground on the west border and 35 acres of high ground that is made up of more irregular shaped fields surrounded by woods on both the north and south ends on the farm. The Little Vermillion River provides plenty of places for the resident wildlife to drink year round. The wooded acres are steep with a lot of nice trees for plenty of stand locations. The deer sign is everywhere in the form of rubs, scrapes, and trails that have been worn down from years of use. The many ridge tops produce a lot of roosting trees for the resident turkeys. Access to the property is very good with county road frontage on two sides. The north access is by a well-maintained field road and is in close proximity to power. Several nice building sites are available to build that dream home or weekend cabin. Properties of this type in this area don't come to market often, so don't miss out on this farm. For more information or to schedule a property visit, contact Jeff Michalic at 812-230-4503 or email him at Jeffm@mossyoakproperties.com.