Farm Location: HWY 1628/Magee Springs Road, Cunningham, KY 42035





Real Estate Tracts:

Tract 1: 200+/- acres includes very large, man made slough with great natural waterfowl resting and feeding habitat, open water, and flooded timber. Slough could hold water year -round like a lake if desired. Has been a refuge for waterfowl for many years. There are two older waterfowl blinds that can be rehabbed. Water elevation can be drained via a valve and structure allowing corn or other food plots to be planted in the shallow water areas then flooded. This tract is directly in the flyway of waterfowl flying into the creek bottom and is the perfect spot for a large, permanent type decoy spread. This tract and structure controls the water to the entire St Arbor Slough and is controlled by the spillway structure. This tract also has timber, bedding cover, and food plot areas for deer, turkey, and other game.

Tract 2: 144+/- acres includes many deer stands and a tower blind. This diverse tract has large areas for food plots for crops, flooded, and huntable timber. It also has two natural beaver sloughs attracting waterfowl. One flooded timber tract within walking distance of the entrance of the farm is a magnet for mallards and wood ducks. This tract borders a neighboring row crop field and is natural bedding area for deer that funnel through this tract to get to the crop fields. Some of the largest deer on the farm are regularly spotted here. Excellent turkey hunting as well.

Tract 3: 93.31 Acres incudes several deer and turkey hunting tillable food plots, levees and water control structure, new tree plantings, creek dredge ditch access with year-round water and a large secluded open natural slough that is a natural draw for waterfowl.  The large planting area can be flooded and drained for waterfowl as well.

Tract 4: 74.21 Acres including7 acres not in the conservation easement allowing ample space to build a hunting lodge for living areas and includes an existing pole barn for all your food plot equipment. Food plots, large mast producing timber, and large woods for timber hunting. Year-round water including Mayfield Creek and the Mayfield Creek Dredge ditch.

Tract 5: 138.93 Acres of large mast producing timber with trails, levee systems creek access secluded fertile food plots, and a levied up 4 acre shallow water duck hole that has provided refuge for waterfowl for years. This tract also includes a duck blind that was refurbished in 2020. The Duck hole can be filled from the creek just feet away from the levee by pumping. This duck hole is directly adjacent and joins property lines from one of the best duck holes in Western Ky.  This tract also provides a tremendous amount of seclusion and plantable areas for crops and food for all wildlife for miles around.

Tract 6: 142.74 Acres is very secluded with secluded tillable food plots, natural bedding, open trails and hunting areas this tract is a refuge for deer and turkey from neighboring properties as they create pressure during hunting season

Tract 7: 58.25 Acres

HWY 1628/MAGEE SPRINGS ROAD, Cunningham, Kentucky 42035
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