Option to Purchase: - I would take on an equal partner if managing and hunting trophy deer interests you or you simply want to be a part of this each year. Looking at a piece of paper called a "401k" for 30 years just doesn't bring me enjoyment.
There is a 2014 log home/cabin that is rented year-round to good people who have no interest in moving and help keep the area free of poachers. There is also a 2015 smaller cabin for "hunters cabin" to stay in on 155+- acres and a 40X100 old barn for dry storage. The income on this property should be a consideration when calculating a mortgage payment (or I jokingly jab at my "responsible" friends that extra #'s on a 401k doesn't provide much enjoyment while it grows for 25 years + there will be a market crash before you get to cash in anyway...that way the super rich can skim off you and make even more money.
I enjoy managing the land for wildlife and talking to hunters who purchase hunts. Believe it or not, it's so much more fun than hunting! Sitting on a tractor, creating a food plot plan each year, fertilizing, keeping track of soil PH, looking at deer/turkey/coyote/ bobcat tracks, fill corn auto-feeders, putting out mineral sites, etc.
The military took my hair
You can find Kentucky hunting land for sale, but not all land is created equally. Location. Location. Location as they say. Vehicular traffic, water/lake limitations, developments, nearby farms that will be turned into subdivisions, it all takes a toll on the deer herd. My area tends to be hilly, aka, 100's of years of non development with no future growth/urban sprawl on the horizon. Probably the real value is having good neighbors that are only interested in big bucks.
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