Farm 2


171 Acre “Farm 2”


11028 Hwy O, Hatfield, Missouri 64458 – Worth County

$538,650   |   171 Acres

Farms, Hunting Land, Recreational Property

Stats: 171 Acres

(UNDER CONTRACT 6-16-2018)

Approximately 55Ac currently cropped, 12ac currently food plot, 11.15 Ac CRP; Misc fruit trees planted, 70ac timber, the balance in ponds/cover/brush.  To see more, Click Here!

Fishing is excellent on the south pond w many 4-5lb largemouth bass, lots of crappie, sunfish, bluegill, and cats.


Update – December 31, 2016!  Please check out our website linked to this listing; We’ve just harvested “triple brow” a beautiful non-typical 192 3/8″ B&C off this farm!  Lots of pictures and video of him!

Update – October 2015! Please check out our website linked to this listing! We’ve just last week harvested a beautiful 181″ 6×6 off this property, AND a 150″ 5×5 in one week of guided hunts! Yes we had pictures of both!

Great hunting and crop farm, bow only since 2006! Although we have made a habit of keeping our stand locations out of the deeper woodline, and keeping this area for bedding/sanctuary area, Farm 2 has some of the finest oak, hickory and other hardwood draws and ridges that we have ever seen! Another premier bow hunting farm in NW Missouri approximately two miles south of the home farm. The property has a long history of producing monster whitetail bucks above 160″. Although we do have the photographic proof, many locals claim to have killed their buck of a lifetime on this property or the adjacent woodline which is in the neighborhood of 500ac of uninterrupted timber.

And check out the trailcam photos we had a great 7×7 190-200 whitetail back in 2009 (shot and lost Oct 2009). As mentioned, the property carries with it a central timber big woods hunting located North of the main cropable areas offering excellent undetectable entry to stands with any West, North or NE wind. It has multiple thick cedar bedding areas immediately adjacent to and south of the big open timber; and adjacent to the woodline, crop areas and food plots. The property is another large 171AC piece and hunts even bigger with excellent access provided for all winds.

The property contains many good bedding areas and a large timbered draw on the south side. The farm contains the closest crop fields to the south of the nearly 500ac tract of uninterrupted timber that it adjoins. Most of the timber is hardwoods nut producing trees such as various oaks and hickory. There are many locust trees that are fertilized and maintained to provide bean pod nourishment as a late season food supply for whitetails.

The best bucks include bow kills of a giant 192″ nontypical; 181″ 6×6 typical; 160 9pt Whitetail, a massively wide 155 10point, and a great 148 main frame 8pt.

Surrounding property owners are also managing for big bucks. Established food plots help set this farm apart from any other you will find along with well maintained points of access, lush clover food plots, fruit trees, Locust bean pods, and established mineral licks, are in place and have been for nearly 10-years. The property has become a major draw for whitetails, turkeys and especially upland game birds like no other in the area.


Farm 2 has Incredible Harvest Record!


This is the most recent booner taken by bow December 31, 2016 and testament to what we have said above.  This buck called this farm home.  We have pics of him from June of that year when the name “triple brow” was assigned, and dozens more once the season got underway!

One of the neat things about this property is coming out of CRP in 2012 and being put into crop that summer, there was extensive tree clearing in the CRP fields and both new terraces added and older terraces modified and improved.

We are NOT believers in CRP for soil enhancement. The CRP on the properties we have managed all had massively degraded soils incapable of growing decent crops and terrible at producing clover food plots.

That has all changed!  The “old style terracing” does cause a higher than usual loss of grain by combines so even once the crop comes out, its still a great food plot.

In addition to the evergreen plantings completed on the home farm, Farm 2 also has fruit trees becoming established. Although we started planting apples and pear trees on the farm in 2010, many were lost to the sever droughts of 2011, 2012, and 2013. We added more trees each of those years with high mortality.

However, some have survived and these represent the strongest trees and we expect them to survive to maturity assuming they can be adequately protected from large, destructive antlers.

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Mid West Sporting Properties, LLC is a Delaware Limited Liability Company established in 2005.  Its founder has been active in the hunting industry since the late 1990's.  Like so many,  spending many years traveling to mid west to bow hunt whitetails, finally became a relocation effort and in 2005 MWSP purchased 190 acres of land consisting of timber, native grass, and pasture.

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