Barrett Key Farm
Dunklin County, MO
The Barrett Key farm is a 222-acre Cotton and Soybean farm located 7 miles north of Kennett, Missouri in Dunklin County, Missouri. The "Bootheel" region of Southeastern Missouri is known for its lighter soils and superb groundwater access from the Mississippi Alluvial Aquifer, recharged by the Mississippi River. With versatile soils and sustainable groundwater resources, the Bootheel boasts some of the strongest land values in the state of Missouri, with low property taxes helping to improve net returns relative to other midwestern areas.
Consisting primarily of Fine Sand and Fine Sandy Loam varieties, the soils on the farm have high permeability and allow for superior drainage compared to heavier clay soils. The parcels are irrigated by 4 separate center pivot irrigation systems that draw from 4 groundwater wells dispersed across the property. This farm consists of four separate parcels all within a close proximity (see map).
5-10 year target hold period given stable cash flows and potential for long-term appreciation.
Invest in a hard asset with little or no correlation to other major asset classes.
The property will be managed by Acretrader Management, LLC, an affiliate of AcreTrader, Inc.
Standard AcreTrader management fee of 0.75% applies annually.
Cash distributions expected to occur annually, beginning in December 2021. Frequency of distributions may increase during future periods