Adams County, Illinois
Tract 1: 319.77 acres
Price: $19,500 per acre
This is an outstanding investor or farmer opportunity to own 319.77 surveyed acres being offered as one tract. Of the total surveyed acres, 312.31 are tillable and are classified as Class A soils. The farm has an overall PI rating of 139.79.
Tract 2: 163.92 acres
Price: $5,600 per acre
The property consists of 163.92 surveyed acres and is currently being used as a cattle pasture with adequate fences. The property has approximately 55 acres of open grass pasture, which is mostly level creek bottoms or rolling hills. The balance of the acreage is timber that could provide excellent hunting opportunities.
The property is located in southeastern McDonough County approximately four miles south of Macomb. The property is separated into two fields with the northwest 236.91 acres running along the west side of East 1200th Street and the 82.86-acre field located on the east side of the farm along East 1300th Street.
236.91 acres located as a tract of land being part of the Southwest Quarter of Section 19 and part of the Northwest Quarter of Section 30, Township 5N, Range 2W of the Fourth Principal Meridian, McDonough County, IL. 82.86 acres located as a tract of land being the North Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 30, Township 5 North, Range 2W of the Fourth Principal Meridian, McDonough County, IL
Corn / Base: 208.00 / Yield: 163.00
Soybeans / Base: 97.00 / Yield: 48.00
All information is assumed to be accurate and substantially correct but no assumptions of liability are intended. Neither the seller nor the agent or representatives warrant the completeness or accuracy of the information. Seller does not guarantee timber volumes, values, acreages (total, woodland/cropland, stand or otherwise), tree ages or the condition and/or function of any improvements, including but not limited to all buildings, machinery, appliances, wells, equipment, livestock and ponds. No representations or warranties are expressed or implied as to the property, its condition, boundaries or logging feasibility. Prospective buyers should satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of this information.