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221.42 Acres in Sangamon County

211.42 acres in Sangamon County, Illinois

Perfect for the hunter or nature lover, this property features income-producing cropland, river frontage (over 1 1/3 miles) on the South Fork, restored prairie grasses, fishing pond, nature trail on an abandoned railroad bed, managed wildlife habitat, almost 32 acres of planted hardwoods, and mature timber. This property is home to deer, quail, pheasant, wild turkey, rabbits, raccoons, beaver, skunks, ducks, doves, and other wildlife. Planted hardwoods include multiple varieties of oak, hickory, pecan, ash, and cypress. This is a secluded site, with easy and quick access from Springfield.

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35,000+/- Acres in South Dakota

35,000+/- acres in South Dakota

Largest tract is 22,000 acres in Haakon County, one hour west of Pierre, SD 2 other tracts are located north of Philip, SD.

Asking Price: $42,000,000

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234 Acres in Schuyler County, Illinois


This secluded tract adjoins Sugar Creek and includes mature forest on the bluffs and natural regeneration of wildlife habitat in the floodplain. Road access is by a dirt road, Sugar Creek Bottom Road. Access during periods of wet weather requires a four-wheel drive vehicle and some courage. The mature timber was last logged over fifteen years ago under the supervision of a professional forester.

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Over 450 Acres in Schuyler County, Illinois


Over 550 acres of contiguous land in sections 3, 4, 8 & 9 in Camden Township consisting of mature timber, river bottom land, rolling hills, deep ravines, restored hardwood forests, and frontage on the La Moine River. Offered as a whole, or in parcels described further on page.

Every farm is unique and every farm owner is unique. Kent and Rob make sure they understand both the land and the landowner so their clients receive a tailored level of management service that best fits both.

A land seller needs to know what their property is worth. Kent and Rob either know or can find out what price comparable properties have sold for and suggest a marketing strategy.

Some landowners think they don't need full professional management. Perhaps they have experience both in agriculture and in business, but don't have experience with a particular issue, or the time to devote to solving a problem.