“By the way,” Brad continued. What is this thing called CSR that a friend told me about the other day and what does it have to do with the value of land”?
(Note: part of the above was taken adapted from Sassman, Buras and Miller – “A Comparison of Iowa’s Original CSR index to the new CSR 2 index. Dept. of Agronomy, Iowa State University).
In fact, to a whitetail, the loud moaning of a chainsaw is often a calling card. I can’t tell you how many times we’ve downed trees in the snow and come back the next day to find the place littered with fresh deer sign. And I can’t tell you how many times, on big multi-day management projects for clients, that we’ve found fresh deer antlers shed on the very slopes that we’ve just spent hours cutting on.
The more light that hits the forest floor, generally, the thicker, and more diverse, the habitat on the forest floor becomes. This creates bedding, sanctuary and thermal cover for deer and also nesting and escape cover for turkeys. It also produces better habitat for lots of non-game species like songbirds.
This is a dream property for sure! Here’s what you get:
Here is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a great piece of Iowa hunting land along with a nice home and your own stocked lake – all in post-card setting? What in the world are you waiting for? We don’t expect this one to last very long!
Call me now if you like to make this one your personal piece of paradise! Rich 641-919-9026.