The Logan Rd 160 is another low maintenance Grant County hunting farm. The farm is 50% tillable and 50% grass. The grass portions of the farm are suitable for grazing and make ideal upland bird habitat, as well as deer bedding / traveling areas. The farm has 24 acres of class 1 dirt, 62 acres of class 2 dirt, 31 acres of class 3 dirt, 30 acres of class 4 dirt, and is currently planted to soybeans. The new owner can expect a decent return on investment while enjoying some great hunting opportunities. The tillable portion of this farm has 10 to 30 deer in it almost every night. There is a big draw with trees and dense cover feeding into this farm from the North and continuing South through this property and others in the section. This draw acts as a constant funnel into the farm for the whitetails and upland birds in this area. The hunting and deer numbers on this farm also benefit from it being in a block of land that stretches 2 miles East West and 2 miles North South with no through roads. This allows the animals to move around during daylight hours with less pressure and without being harassed by people driving the county roads. There is a nice pond in the NW portion of the farm and good access off Logan Road. This is a good hunting farm in a great hunting neighborhood with return on investment and lots of potential. Call Tony today to find out more.