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Land for sale including Farms in Clay County Kansas

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Auction - Apr 12, 2017 at 7:00 PM 167 acres
406 6th Street, Wakefield, KS 67487 - Clay County

167 Acres-Wakefield, KS Real Estate Auction

REAL ESTATE AUCTION WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 2017 7:00 P.M. Auction will be held at the Wakefield Methodist Church Fellowship Hall 406 6th street in Wakefield, Kansas Tract I: Legal Description: 167 acres in SW & W SE 31-9-4 Clay Co. Kansas There are 166.56 acres with 69.32 acres of crop land. 97.24 acres of grass. The pasture has 2 ponds. Bases are wheat 22.26, yield 33: grain sorghum 10.04, yield 77: soybeans 28.10, yield 35: for a total base of 60.40 acres. The Northeast corner of the pasture overlooks Milford Lake. Conservation system being actively applied. Seller will pay 2016 and all prior years taxes. Purchaser will pay 2017 taxes. 2016 taxes were $1,138.28 Possession: Possession of pas
Bob Thummel Thummel Real Estate & Auction, LLC.
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$489,500 200 acres
1523 10th Rd, Clay Center, KS 67432 - Clay County

Clay County Farm & Pheasants

Here is a nice farm that has great diversity which features approximately 87.5 acres of CRP, 54 acres of tillable cropland, and 59 acres of grassland and waterways with a large 20' deep pond. This property would make a fantastic place to build your country home, use as your recreational tract to hunt and fish, or add to your farming operation. It is a nice income producing property and has phenomenal cover for the upland birds. I have seen and heard numerous pheasants and quail every time I have stepped foot onto the property. Don't overlook the deer hunting either. With the tall thick grasses and abundance of food, deer inhabit this property as well. Should you decide to build, electricity runs along the west edge of the property and a goo
Ron Helus Hayden Outdoors