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Whitetail Hunting Property in Schuyler County

MapPin Schuyler, IL
124 Acres
  • Hunting
  • Deer
  • Recreational

Property Description

If you’re in the market for an exceptional deer hunting farm this Schuyler County property is a must see! The tract consists of 124± acres offering thick bedding, established food plots and ample surrounding food sources. This tract has historically been home to Boone and Crockett class whitetail as well as turkey, pheasants and all sorts of small game. I’ve had the opportunity to spend a fair amount of time on this property and I can say from personal experience that it’s full of wildlife! This seems to be a natural roosting place for an impressive number of doves throughout the hunting season as well. There are currently over 6 acres of food plots on the farm consisting of corn, soybeans and clover. There would be over 12 acres throughout the property that can be utilized as food plots in the CREP program that the farm is enrolled in. The fertile soils throughout the property help the food plots to flourish, the standing beans and corn planted last year look as good as any I’ve seen and are heavily used by the resident wildlife. The established road system throughout the property allows for good access from the North, East and West to be able to enter and exit the property undetected. This farm is enrolled in a CREP program.



Driving Directions

From Sheldons Grove take Route 100 North, property on your right just past Briney Hill Road

Agent BIO

About Brad Belser

Brad Belser graduated from Iowa State University with his Bachelor’s degree in marketing. His longtime passion for bowhunting, fishing and land led him to a career in land real estate. As a Central Illinois native, Brad grew up around some of the most fertile farmland and best whitetail deer hunting in the world. His years of experience have provided him with a knowledge and background to serve his clients throughout Central and West Central Illinois. When Brad isn’t farming or working on deer habitat at his home farm, he’s most likely in a tree stand or spending time with his wife and daughter.