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Productive Farmland, Pastureland, and Hunting Land on Lake Ashtabula

MapPin Barnes, ND
172 Acres
  • Farmland
  • Waterfront
  • Pasture
  • Recreational

Property Description

Whether you are into farming, ranching, hunting, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, bird watching, horseback riding or ATV riding, this is truly an unbelievable combination property right off a paved county highway just 80 miles from Fargo, ND! Approximately 95 acres of cropland currently planted into hard red spring wheat, and approximately 60 acres of pastureland with some timber and water access to the Bald Hill Dam Reservoir that connects with Lake Ashtabula. The tillable land has a strong average soil productivity index of 78.1, with the most predominant soil type being Gardena Loam. The land has a gentle slope giving it excellent drainage. The scenic pastureland has access to water, ample shade, and a nice natural grass stand. The property also has roughly five acres of grassland that have been in hay production. There are many wooded areas that feature heavy game trails that make this a perfect hunting property. Animals include: whitetail deer, pheasant, grouse, waterfowl, and multiple furbearers. There are areas for a building site with close access to electricity. Improvements on the property include about 5,300 feet of usable fencing with two gates. The land also features dozens of wild chokecherry trees!

Location

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Driving Directions

From I-94: Take Exit 294 then turn right and head North on I-94BL (the road will curve and head west). Turn right onto 5th Ave NE and head north for 1.5 miles. Turn left onto river road and head NW for 8.5 miles and continue onto CR-19 for 9 miles. Property will be on the east side of the road. Signs on property.

Agent BIO

Wendell Herman
Land Sales Specialist

Wendell Herman

About Wendell Herman

Wendell grew up on his family farm in Benson County, North Dakota. He received his Bachelor's & Master's degrees in Agricultural Economics from North Dakota State University. He then started his 40 year career with Wells Fargo as a Farm Manager before becoming the Vice President and Senior Trust Administrator. Wendell's experience with family trusts and deep understanding of agricultural land has made him a tremendous asset for all of his clients. Wendell and his wife Sue reside in Fargo. They love traveling to visit their kids and grandkids, and are passionate fans of the NDSU Bison! Wendell is a licensed Real Estate Salesperson in North Dakota and Minnesota.