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498 Acre Farm in SE. OH. for lease

I have a 498 acre farm in Monroe Co. OH. for lease including large farm house to use as a hunting camp and barn and out buildings to store Atv's, food plot equipment etc. for a 12 month lease. The property has great trophy potential and a high deer and turkey population. The farm is mostly wooded with 80 acres of fields. The property also has 3 ponds and a lake on it aswell. This is the perfect hunting property.
The Lease is $8,000 per year which includes liability insurance and gas. Does not include electric.
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Cudorun do you own this property?




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No I do not own the property, I signed a long term lease for $8,000 per year (will show who ever leases it the Lease Contract) as a back up and will not be hunting it unless I need it down the road. It is such an awesome property that I just couldnt pass it up considering how hard it has become to find good property in OH. these days.
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Sounds good, just had to check...Good luck on finding some hunters. Nice offer.




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Is that the going rate in OH for leases? I talked to a guy the other day and his neighbor leases 4000 acres in McKean Co. for $6 per acre per year.

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rlfb, How much does it cost to lease a 500 acre farm with a very nice farm house, barn and out builings, 3 ponds and a large lake with utilites and insurance paid for? (other than electric)in Mckean Co.?
I wish I could find a deal like that here in SC. PA. for less than $667.00 per month!! Heck even if there wasnt 1 deer on the property!! I would rent out my house and move the family to the farm and save alot of $$$
By the way how much did it cost you to heat your house last year and what do you pay to insure it all year?
Also Hunters come to OH. from all over the country to hunt the world class bucks of SE. OH., Does Mckean produce world class bucks?
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I was just curious as to what the difference in rates were from PA to OH. I wasn't bashing you for charging what you are. I was in no way hinting that you were charging too much. If I thought you were, I would have just come out and said it. I have no idea how much land usually leases for in OH, so that is why I was asking. You seem a little uptight about someone asking a legitimate question.

And BTW, I'm sure that if managed correctly, Yes, 4000 acres in McKean Co. could produce world class bucks.

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Not up tight at all your are just trying to compare apples to oranges and thats what I was trying to point out to you.
You cant compare the $ per arce between the parcel in Mckean
(which by the way cannot produce world class bucks like SE.OH. no matter how its managed) and the $ per acre of a parcel of land in SE. OH. with a house etc.,
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498 acres for 8,000 is a bargain. I was born and raised in Pa, but have lived here in Oklahoma for 30 years but I do return almost every year to either rifle hunt or BP hunt. My 2 cents on the McKean County 4000 acres.....unless this property holds some 140+ deer and you can harvest that class of buck consistently I'd never pay $6.00 per acre. From my experiences here in Ok, I can say that the price of land per acre hinges on 1) the quality of deer on that property and 2) the ease of access from either Tulsa or Oklahoma City. If the property is close to either of these areas the price is sky high regardless of the deer quality or quantity.

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