Indiana Land For Sale | #A-0593 — If you have ever imagined what “The valley farm” would look like just take a look at the pictures and video of this farm. A beautiful, long, green valley floor with a creek running at the floor’s edge that transitions into timbered hillsides with thick cedar pockets, deep draws and hidden food plot locations. The valley floor is currently pastured and baled for cattle feed, but could easily be turned into row crops. The deer and turkeys frequent the fields to browse and pick through the grasses and clover on and off all day. The hill sides that line the field are are filled with a mixture of oaks, hickory, sycamore and even cedars with some marketable sizes now and for the future. Both hill sides offer security and food for the wildlife, but they are also very different in topography. The western hill side has several deep drainages that cause the wildlife to funnel through very specific areas while the eastern hill side is a little more gradual with less obstructions for traveling. Most of the wooded acreage has marketable timber and plenty of opportunity for TSI and improving and preparation for the next generation of trees. The hidden gem on this farm is the fresh water flowing down the creek 365 days a year. I know this farm well, and have never seen the creek completely dry even in years as dry as 2022. Last but certainly not least is the fact that this place has fencing that encompasses the entire farm that will help identify the property lines and keep any livestock where they belong. Union County may be one of the smallest counties in the state, but it has no shortage of recreation opportunities, not only on this farm, but also in the surrounding area including: deer hunting, turkey hunting, small game hunting, Brookville Lake, Whitewater State Park, White Water River rafting, and white bass fishing. All of this less than 30 minutes away from this farm.