Spanning 4700 +/- contiguous acres, Trophy Country is one of the finest recreational offerings to become available in the Midwest. Situated in Randolph County, this diverse property features over 2 miles of the East Fork of the Chariton River, 600 acres of surface water, large blocks of timber, as well as tillable acreage. LandTrophy Country is quite possibly the best recreational property in the Midwest. Located just north of Moberly, Missouri, this offering in the heart of big deer country and directly underneath the Mississippi flyway. The 4700 +\- acres has an incredible landscape from the aftermath of decades ago coal mining and through the mining process an absolute outdoor paradise was created. Incredibly prime wildlife habitat and pristine lakes were left behind. Access to various locations on the ranch is made easy with the over 35 miles of interior roads. The large contiguous tract of land boasts over 50 separate lakes that have beenstocked and conscientiously managed to make these lakes a world class fishery. Species that can be caught in the various lakes include, large mouth bass, crappie, small mouth bass, pike, perch and catfish. The large whitetail deer population on the ranch has been under strict management practices for nearly 30 years and has produced a large number of Boone and Crockett whitetails harvested with a handful reaching over the magical 200 inch mark. Dozens of box blinds are already in prime locations and hunt ready. Spring time in the Missouri woods can be summed up with gobbling turkeys and morel mushrooms. In spite of the declining Turkey numbers across the Midwest, Trophy Country's management program has made this acreage an exception to that trend and is currently home to a booming population of Eastern Wild Turkeys. The fertile ground also is perfect habitat for morel mushrooms in large quantities! With several hundred acres of levy controlled wetlands, the center of the ranch is some of the finest duck habitat possible. Tens of thousands of ducks and geese make use of this incredible habitat every year. The property also has over 100 acres of high producing tillable ground and a several hundred acres of high quality hay ground. The hay production averages over 3000 large round bales yearly. ImprovementsThe infrastructure, located in the heart of the ranch, is well thought out and practical. The hunting lodge is complete with a commercial kitchen, conference rooms and plenty of open space inside the over 10,000 square feet building. Several other structures provide lodging and the ability to sleep over 50 people comfortably. There are 3 large outbuildings used for workshops, storage, and equipment sheds. Overlooking one of the beautiful stocked lakes is a 2-bedroom, 2-bath Manager’s Quarters with a detached garage. This property is one of the finest and most diverse properties to hit the market; it is an outdoorsman's dream and a must see. Water/Mineral Rights & Natural ResourcesAll owned mineral rights will transfer with land to buyer. Region & ClimateMissouri offers a wide variety of outdoors actives and amenities. Lake life is a beloved area past time and Mark Twain Lake is approximately an hour drive and Lake of the Ozarks is about 2-hour drive. The climate is warm and temperate. On average, this area experiences 194 sunny days per year and some kind of precipitation 98 days per year. Average annual rainfall is 42 inches, 4 inches above the national average. The snowfall average is below the national average with 15 inches annually. July is the hottest month with an average high temperature of approximately 87 which ranks it as cooler than most places in Missouri. The most pleasant months of the year are September, May and June. LocationTrophy Country is centrally located between both St. Louis and Kansas City. It is approx 2.5 hours to both. Columbia, MO is a short 35-minute drive to the south and is home to the University of Missouri. .