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Blair, WI Trempealeau Country Land 149. acre for sale in Blair, WI

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Unexpected circumstances has this turnkey proven property up for sale. 149 acres per Trempealeau County tax role of some high quality hunting and tillable land. The 43 acres of tillable land is currently rented out on a yearly basis at $140 per acre generating $6020 per year in income. The soils are highly productive growing some great crops and food plots.



None of the land is in any government programs leaving the property open for your ideas. Many options to build on a secluded dead-end valley road or on top of the ridge for great views. Neighbors recognize that this is the better property in the area for holding the bucks. Property has been meticulously manicured and planned for a turnkey set up with ATV access trails throughout to recover your game or access that secluded stand site. Water holes strategically placed for optimum hunting success, hidden food plots established in well thought out areas, tree stands and box blinds in pinch points and over food or water, mineral sites to keep the herd healthy and attracted to a location and coveted top and bottom access on both ends of the property.



You can hunt this property in any wind direction from multiple stand sites. The brushy bottom thicket is a sanctuary to be left untouched. With over two miles of field edge to hunt creating unlimited stand sites and access points. The low pressure ridge tops are mainly red and white oaks creating plenty of mast for food. Brekke Ridge Road has been screened from any sight with pine trees and a high grass mixture for immediate success.



Come and hunt - all the work is done and ready for years to come!



Contact Gordy Weiss at (715) 279-0233 or GordyWeiss@WeissChoice.com for more information.

  • Price: $536,400

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