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$456,000 160 acres
K31-K52 Highway, Kincaid, KS 66039 - Anderson County

160 acres Kincaid, KS

Highly tillable Crop Farm, 136+ acres tillable; Farm is leased for 2016; 1/3 : 2/3 crop share. More information and pics coming soon. This farm is 1/4 mile wide by 1 mile long. The North end is SE 500 Rd, gravel road. The South end is K31/K52 Hwy. The owner/seller does Not want to close on the sale of this property until Jan. 2017. From Kincaid, KS: East 0.8 miles on North side of highway. OR From Selma, KS: South on Wabaunsee Rd 3 miles to 500 Rd, West 0.6 mile to property on South
Ottawa Crown Realty Crown Realty
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$325,000 54 acres
17600 SE Texas Road, Kincaid, KS 66039 - Anderson County

54 acres Kincaid, KS

Amazing turn-key recreational farm that truly offers it all.  Less than 70 minutes South of Olathe. Spring days are filled with early morning turkey hunts, picking morels, shed hunting rounded out with end of the day on your dock catching bass, crappie and catfish. All this right out the front door of a beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home tucked on a picturesque hillside of this beautiful 54 acre farm. This farm is comprised of mature oak timber, key ridgelines, thick warm season grasses, cedar forest sanctuaries and multiple secluded food plot locations, a recipe for harvesting mature whitetail.  A well maintained interior trail system provides stand access as well as “the path of least resistance” for resident and t
Tondo Waldron Whitetail Properties
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$237,250 73 acres
0000 NE Nebraska Rd, Garnett, KS 66032 - Anderson County

Anderson County Hunting with Income

Located just a few miles south of Garnett, KS, this tract is an excellent mix of income producing land and hunting habitat, providing buyers with a great opportunity to hunt Kansas wildlife with a solid return on investment. Composed of tillable, CRP grasses, running water, and mature timber, the deer, turkey, and quail are abundant. The 54 tillable acres consist primarily of class I bottom soils and 35.85 acres are currently planted to winter wheat. The 18.44 acres of CRP provide superior habitat for deer and quail and offers payments of $1,392 annually. The remaining 18.72 acres consist of mature timber and creek bottom which creates an excellent travel corridor with ample pinch points for hunting deer. The south fork of Pottawatomie cre
Shea Miller National Land Realty