Located in south-central Illinois near the town of Ramsey, an easy drive from multiple metropolitan areas, Kaskaskia River Farm is 215± acres that includes 145± acres of tillable farmland, 70± acres of forested land and 1.9 miles of Kaskaskia River frontage. This property offers the perfect opportunity to own both income producing farmland and a great recreational hunting tract. The deer hunting along the Kaskaskia River is fantastic, there is some really nice habitat on the property and this area produces trophy whitetails. The property also has the potential for developing some great waterfowl-hunting impoundments with the added bonus of having a 900-acre contiguous neighbor to the north that is dedicated to waterfowl management and winters a large concentration of ducks. The rowcrop land is on a crop share program with a local farmer and typically produces ~$215 per acre or ~$31,000 of income annually.