Talk about a once in a lifetime opportunity to own one of the most amazing and diverse large income producing tracts that has been in the Sprague Family since 1958. If you have been dreaming of owning an investment worthy property with over $365,000.00 farm income, coupled with premiere deer, turkey and waterfowl hunting, this farm is for you. The current tenant pays $340/acre cash rent on 1075 tillable acres and is in place for the 2023 crop season. This income producing, Pike County, Illinois farm lies within the SNY Drainage District. This rare property is almost 3 miles long and almost a mile wide.

Tracts of this size and caliber are truly a rare find. As of now this property is set up as an income producing property, but it also has the potential to be turned into your own private hunting reserve if you so wish. Let your imagination run wild with the endless possibilities and potential to have some of the best hunting grounds for deer, turkey and waterfowl in Pike County, Illinois. Currently the food plots, blinds and stands are all in place, but there is always room for more. This area is unique and produces some of the largest, mature whitetails around the area.

After a long day of being out on the farm, you can come back and relax at the house in front of one of two fireplaces, there is plenty of room for guests to stay in the guest house and plenty of room to entertain in the gathering room which is all located on the property, as well as 2 barns and a large machine shed.

This property is a must see! Don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity to make it yours!

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1,339.05 Taxable Acres +/-


Pike County, Illinois

The Sprague farm is located approximately 7 miles south of New Canton, IL or 24 miles west of Pittsfield, IL , or 35 miles south of Quincy, IL. The property is further described as being in the Sections 6, 7, 8, 9, and 16, T6S-R6W, Atlas Township, Pike County, IL.


  • FSA maps indicate 1,116.57 cropland acres
  • Productivity Index (PI): 115.5 (tillable acres)
  • Soil types: Ambraw, Shaffton, Ceresco, and Beaucoup
  • Balance of the farm is timber, brush, and waterways which offers excellent outdoor recreational and hunting opportunities
  • There is a home for lodging and a shed and outbuildings for storage
  • Road access along the south side by Drift Chute Rd, east side by 237th Ave, and 220th Ave gives access from the north.