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Land for sale in Kincaid Kansas

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$699,000 322 acres
32487SE 300 Rd, Kincaid, KS 66039 - Anderson County

322 acres Kincaid, KS

Diversified 322 acre Farm, 178 acres in crop production, possible more acreage could be added, class 2 and 3 soil. 72 acres in pasture, remainder in tree cover for good hunting with several good signs of wildlife. Oil income varies, but has been paying the taxes on the property. Older home and barn of no value, Water meter included with the property. Taxes $2,717 For outlined aerial and location map, email the listing agent.
Dale Hermreck Dale Hermreck/Realty Executives
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$300,000 80 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths
10791 SE Ohio rd, Kincaid, KS 66039 - Anderson County

Recreational Retreat

This 80 acres is the perfect setup for your new hunting camp. It is on a very quiet gravel road and surrounded by larger farms that are managed for big bucks. This area has been producing big bucks year after year. This landowner is not a deer hunter, but I recently sold the property directly to the west of this one and that owner had pictures of lots of trophy caliber deer that had been harvested in the last few years including a 170 plus inch buck just this past fall. The timber is made up of Walnut, Ash, and most importantly Cedar thickets for excellent deer bedding cover. The pastures would make for ideal food plot locations and great access from all directions. There is a nice wet weather creek and a beautiful pond that offers great f
Nate Flynn Midwest Land Group, LLC
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$117,000 60 acres
26502 SE 200 rd., Kincaid, KS 66039 - Anderson County

Anderson 60

This 60 acres has a great mixture of timber and native grass pasture and is in a known big buck area. It sits just under a 2 hours drive from Kansas City on a very quiet gravel road. This area sees very little traffic other than normal farming operations allowing the deer to feel comfortable and move during daylight hours. There has been a minimal amount of hunting on it in the past, but the little amount that it has been hunted, it has produced some great quality bucks. The timber is a mix of hedge, locust and cedars that are typical of the Kansas Landscape but there is also a good amount of big mature hickory and walnut trees. The landowner has cut a trail all along the fencing allowing silent access to all parts of the timber. With all t
Nate Flynn Midwest Land Group, LLC