Parma hunting land is 135± acres perfect for bird hunting and irrigated for farming.

In the heart of duck country in Parma, Idaho, this property is across the street from the Boise River and next door to other duck hunting properties. Parma is a small country community with all the services you would need. It is about 1 hour from the Boise Airport. The Snake River is also not far away.

Acreage: 135± acres with 100± acres in grass hay and corn. The remainder is in waterways, ponds and natural habitat. Four ponds, 2 year-round canals and ditches make up the water system along with the natural habitat creates an ecosystem which brings in the waterfowl.  The land attracts ducks, quail, geese, pheasants, turkey, and mule deer. Seller has been using this land as a bird hunting property for almost 20 years. Several of the waterways flow year round.  Throughout the colder part of bird hunting season, this provides open water for the waterfowl. The ponds are open most of the hunting season. The owner has left the natural habitat where there is not irrigation to attract and provide protection of the wildlife.

Seller rents out the irrigated land to the neighbor. As part of the lease, they are given exclusive hunting rights on 350 acre of neighbors land that fronts the Boise River for 1/2 mile. (This arrangement is not guaranteed to a buyer, but may be possible to obtain.)

Building: The home, built in 1946, has been used primarily as a hunting lodge. The approximately 1,000 square foot home incorporates 2 bedrooms + a loft and 1 bathroom.

This 135± acres hunting land in Parma Idaho for bird hunting and irrigated for farming will be sure to impress everyone who views it. Be sure to watch the video and then schedule a showing!