Located 15 minutes from the famed Buffalo County, MVW has 1200+ acres of prime whitetail buck habitat that exists along the oak ridges, mixed hardwood slopes, and maple bottoms of Trempealeau County in Western Wisconsin.
Our private farm is woodland and agricultural land filled with central hardwoods, trout streams, alfalfa, corn and soybeans fields. Food plots and wildlife ponds have been situated throughout MVW properties to attract wildlife. MVW hunts take place on two different sections of our land: Ranch Hunting Land and Open Range Hunting Land.
Ranch Hunting Land
In its entirety, our Ranch Hunting Land is a sanctuary for trophy bucks because it meets the required needs for genetically-great bucks to mature in a low stress environment. This allows MVW’s bucks to achieve their greatest potential.
Open Range Hunting Land
MVW conducts its Semi-guided Open Range Hunt amongst the rugged hills and ridges of the Mississippi valley. The Open Range Hunting Land is approximately 40% agricultural and 60% mix of hardwoods, maple and aspen. Water, forage and shelter is abundant. Corn, soybeans, oats and alfalfa dominate the cropland.