Rooks Ranch is a superb once-in-a-generation offering in the rolling red-clay hills of north Madison County, FL. This turn-key cattle operation with rich soils also boasts 60 acres of pristine spring-fed lakes, big timber, and some of the hands-down best hunting in the state. Land of this size, quality and location does not come to market often.
Rooks Ranch is 2,193 acres of productive pastureland, row crop, timber, lakes and wetlands located in North Madison County, FL (Stand Map available for download below). The property is fenced and cross-fenced for cattle with well-built working pens, three separate wells with power and watering troughs (all the wells are 160'), feeding troughs for minerals, and plenty of natural shaded areas and watering holes. The land is currently leased for cattle, hay and row crop production - lease rates are available upon request. Currently 140 acres are used for row crop and 120 acres are in hay fields. Remnants of an old wagon trail that used to run from Madison to Tallahassee can be found on the property, adding further historic significance to the area.
Productivity aside, this property is one of the most aesthetically striking properties in the region. Beautiful rolling hills cascade down to 60 acres of spring-fed lakes and ponds. The quality hunting and fishing on the property cannot be overstated - trophy whitetail, turkey, and bass are a regular harvest. Multiple food plots with consistent year-round feeders and seven established shooting houses have been maintained for years, and the size and number of the game are proof-positive of the management efforts of the current owners.
This unique and rare property is shown by appointment only to qualified buyers. Please contact us today to discuss setting up your showing.