The plantation at one time had as many as 50,000 apple trees and a million catalpa trees
The 130-year-old Yaggy Plantation - once the largest shipping point for fruit between the Missouri River and California - is for sale.
The historic property at one time had as many as 50,000 apple trees and a million catalpa trees - which were sold for fence posts and railroad ties. The plantation even employed 300 people during the harvest season, helping to ship apples across the countryside. [read more]