LAND FOR SALE - 281 ACRES - TILLABLE - NEW CASTLE, INDIANA - HENRY COUNTY
This expansive 281+/- acre farm, comprising three parcels, is a rare opportunity for seasoned farmers and investors seeking tillable land with exceptional potential. Nestled in the heart of Henry County, Indiana, this property boasts incredible soil quality and great crop yields.
Total Acreage: Approximately 281 acres +/-
Location: Off N Muncie Pike and E 700 N
Road Frontage: Over 2,200 feet along E 700 N and over 4,500 feet N Muncie Pike
- Tillable Farmland: The farm is predominantly composed of rich, tillable soil, making it ideal for various crops
- Great Soil Quality: The property's soil quality is exceptional, providing an excellent foundation for continued high yields
- Convenient Access: Situated a few miles off Hwy 36 and on N Muncie Pike, this farm offers easy access for equipment, transportation, and distribution.
|Soil Code||Soil Name||Total Acres||% of Field||NCCPI|
|Martisco muck, drained, loamy substratum||108.2||40%||73.2|
|Eldean silt loam, 0 to 2 percent slopes||29.4||10.9%||66.3|
|Sleeth silt loam, 0 to 2 percent slopes||14.8||5.5%||87.5|
|Washtenaw silt loam||5.7||2.1%||83.9|
|Losantville clay loam, 12 to 18 percent slopes, severely eroded||4.6||1.7%||31.5|
|Losantville silt loam, 18 to 30 percent slopes, eroded||3.4||1.2%||14.4|
|Losantville silt loam, stony subsoil, 18 to 30 percent slopes, eroded||0.3||0.1%||15.1|
Investment Opportunity: Whether you're an experienced farmer looking to expand your operations or an astute investor seeking a valuable asset, this farm presents an enticing opportunity. With a solid track record of productivity and prime location, the potential for income and growth is substantial.
Location: Henry County, Indiana, is known for its fertile farmland.
- small game
- whitetail deer