Just imagine dying and going to heaven early on this 1,272+/- acre tract that is a great recreational hunting opportunity located along the Saline River just four and a half miles south of Rison, AR on AR State Highway 79, just one hour from Little Rock. This tract is an ide...
100+ Acres of gentle rolling Post oak pastures with Hill Country views and 290 East Highway frontage, only 10 minutes to downtown Fredericksburg. Unending developmental potential - gated community, retail, winery, or create a one-of-a-kind ranch estate with Hill Country impr...
hade Valley Camp Resort Owner - Retirement Real Estate - Campground Venue Auction
Friday, September 8, 2017 - 1:00 PM (MT)
Auction Location: Sturgis, SD
SHADE VALLEY CAMP RESORT
Located Within the Shadows-Edge of Bear Butte
East of Legendary Sturgis, SD alon...
Hill Country estate in the desirable and private River Bend Subdivision. Hill Country designed 2 story home with over 4,800 sq ft living area. Master bedroom has 3 walk-in closets, fireplace and a bathroom with jacuzzi tub and walk-in shower. 3 BR each with ensuite baths. Hi...
Legal Description: Southeast 1/4 S15, T19, R12W, 6th PM, Less Road Right of Way.
Tract Info: 159.58 FSA acres with 135.6 DCP cropland acres featuring predominately Holdrege silt loam soil type, considered Prime farmland. There is also 19.97 acres of native grass and several oil wells. Mineral rights DO NOT sell with the farm
FSA Base Acres:
Wheat 112.5 acres 33bu
Brokers Notes: This property has highly productive soil types throughout and is cur-rently 84% in crop production with an excellent opportunity to convert additional acres to cropland. Mineral rights DO NOT sell with this property. There is an abandoned homestead on the property with some useable buildings, water, and electricity. Contact me with any questions you may h
Auction Date: THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 2017 6:00 PM
Auction Location: DOUGLASS COMMUNITY BUILDING, 206 S. FORREST ST, DOUGLASS KS 67039
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 70+- acres of land near the Butler/Cowley County Kansas line southeast of Rose Hill. 30+- acres are currently planted to corn. 23+- acres were planted to wheat, with a portion of that planted to soybeans following the 2017 wheat harvest. Great opportunity to invest in quality tillable land with excellent hunting and the possibility for a future home building site.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Beginning in the Northwest corner of the SW/4 of Section 34, Township 29 South, Range 3 East of the 6th PM, Butler County, Kansas, then South 1/4 mile, (1320 feet), then East for 1/4 Mile (1320 feet),
MINIMUM BID $1.7 MILLION - A luxury home, caretaker's home, stable, storage barns, five ponds on 73 acres. The property is being offered at auction in its entirety or in four separate tracts. Sealed bid are due on or before 2:00 p.m. CDT on September 27.
10:30 AM - August 26, September 10, 16, and 24 by appointment only with 48 hours notice. Registration and government issued identification required at each property viewing.
Sealed Bid Auction - Bids to be delivered to the offices of Fine & Company LLC, 747 Lake Cook Road, Suite 100W, Deerfield, IL 60015
This scenic country property is located approximately two miles east of Andover, KS on blacktop road. The unique offering of this land provides the next owner an opportunity to get away from the city but be close enough to enjoy all the amenities of living in town. Features include two ponds, timber, creeks, and hay meadows making this land a great place to build your dream home. Enjoy the location and ease of town while having hunting opportunities, wildlife, and scenic views. Don't miss this opportunity to buy a quality tract of land!
Home & Improvements:
-1,644 sq. ft. Homestead
-Built in 1920
-Equipment and hay barn
-2 tool sheds
-Fenced areas for farm animals
640 ACRES TILLABLE, SEDGWICK COUNTY KS
AUCTION: Thursday, September 7, 2017, 7:00 pm
AUCTION LOCATION: Farm Bureau Exhibit Hall, 229 E South Ave, Cheney, KS
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: All of Section 5, Township 29 South, Range 4 West, Sedgwick County, KS
PROPERTY LOCATION: FROM SE CORNER OF CHENEY KS: 1/2 mile east on MacArthur Rd to South 375th West, 4 miles south to NE corner of property OR FROM SUPPESVILLE KS: 6 miles north on South 375th West to SE corner of property
640.52 Total Acres
625.85 Acres Tillable
13.3 Acres Waterways
1.7 Acres (81 x 40 metal machine shed w/cement floor)
WHEAT: 665.16 Acre Base, 41 Bu/Ac PLC Yield
SOYBEANS: 33.24 Acre Base, 36 Bu/Ac PLC Yield
HEL STATUS: NHEL
SOIL TYPE: Approx
Name your own price as these properties are being sold on a sealed bid basis. Both tracts are productive income producing properties with a mixture, of cropland and CRP. Tract 1 west of Marion Kansas consists of 49.92 acres of high quality Class II soils that lay mostly level (0-1% slopes), 12.41 acres of CRP that expire 9-30-2017. and 14.69 acres of hay land and timber. The land lies mostly level and has road frontage on 2 sides.
Tract 2 south of Marion Kansas has 26.39 acres of mostly level Class III tillable land (0-3% slopes) and 50.86 acres of CRP paying $39.26 per acre expiring in 2021. The property has road frontage on 2 sides and a pipeline easement across the far NE corner. Tract 2 also has a wind turbine lease in place altho
SEALED BID SALE! Offered in two tracts! The deadline to submit a bid is Thursday, September 14, 2017, by 5:00 PM.
Tract one consists of 49.92 acres of high quality Class II soils that lay mostly level (0-1 percent slopes), 12.41 acres of CRP that expires September 30, 2017, and 14.69 acres of hayland and timber. The land lies mostly level and has road frontage on two sides.
Tract two has 26.39 acres of mostly level Class III tillable land (0-3 percent slopes) and 50.86 acres of CRP paying $39.26 per acre expiring in 2021. The property has road frontage on two sides and a pipeline easement across the far northeast corner. Tract two also has a wind turbine lease in place although no turbines have been built yet.
For additional informat
Tracts1: 155.7 acres + cropland acres featuring Crete Silt Loam 0-1% Slope and Crete Silt Loam 1-3% Soil Types considered PRIME cropland. 99.00% in cropland
Legal Description: Southeast Quarter of S08, T20, R03, McPherson County KS Less R/W
Tracts 2: 130.6 acres + cropland acres featuring Crete Silt Loam 0-1% Slope and Crete Silt Loam 1-3% Soil Types considered PRIME cropland. 99.00% in cropland
Legal Description: All land lying south of Highway 61 in the Northeast Quarter of S08, T20, R03, McPherson County KS Less R/W
Tract 3: 115.1 acres + cropland acres featuring Crete Silt Loam 0-1% Slope and Crete Silt Loam 1-3% Soil Types considered PRIME cropland. 95.92 DCP cropland acres.
Legal Description: All land lying e
Hunting-Turkey, Deer, Quail, Coyote
Improvements:See attached sheet
Comments-Located between Medicine Lodge and Coldwater, KS just south of US 160 in beautiful Comanche County. The ranch has been in the Gregg family since the 1880s and is set up for a year-round cattle operation. It comes complete with a nice family home, a ranch house/bunkhouse, corrals, modern working facilities, barns, water wells, improved pastures, fencing and more. The property has 10,741 continuous acres with numerous live water springs that are beneficial to the ranch as well as desirable wildlife species. The ranch is home to huge flocks of turkeys, quail, trophy whitetail deer, coyote and there is even a prairie dog town. Mule deer and pronghorn also have
Access- Avenue LE and Road 19
Soil Types-Clark, Kanza, and Case
Hunting -Deer and small game
CRP Information CRP acres:892
Date of Entry: 10/01/2012
Date of Exp: 10/01/2022
Annual Payment: $30,444
Improvements:Older house in poor condition, older barn in need of repair
Comments-Deep in the wilds of beautiful Comanche Co, KS lies a whitetail hunting paradise on the East Fork Nescatunga Creek. The creek runs the entire length of the ranch providing precious water for an abundance of wildlife that includes whitetail deer, turkey, quail and other game. Beaver ponds are especially attractive to winter water fowl for additional hunting enjoyment. The ranch has 893 acres enrolled in CRP
The “Valley View Ranch” located just 30 miles from Wichita, and just a few miles north of Cheney Lake, is in a picture-perfect setting. A working cattle ranch, this property is a multi-parcel acquisition with the headquarters parcel being 785 acres in size and sitting along the valley edge with an outstanding metal home and shop overlooking the lake and valley. With wide-open vast views of the valley, this property has some of the best scenery we have come across yet. The property is fully operational with an average stocking rate of 200 spring pairs. At this time, those pairs are run only on the headquarters tract of 785 acres. There are a large number of additional acres that have yet to be utilized for grazing. The ranch also
Contact United Country Stutzman Realty & Auction, LLC in Ulysses, KS. Office (620)356-1954 or Jerry Stutzman (620)353-9411 or Tobias Stutzman (620)952-1478.
The Legal Description is the E/2 of 16-24-14 Stafford County, KS.
Available are 310 +/- Acres of Irrigated Farmland and Minerals* in Stafford County, KS.
This highly-productive farm is turn-key with two 2007 Reinke Sprinklers and two 392 International Engines and two Randolph gearheads.
There is a cattle-tight 4 wire fence around the perimeter. Tract is contoured for drainage.
Jerry StutzmanUnited Country Stutzman Realty & Auction
This ranch is the perfect example of a combination hunting and grazing ranch that are very popular in the Gyp Hills of Unit #16. A large ranch with a very good solid mix of 298 tillable acres and numerous covered draws that are home to giant bucks and coveys of quail. The ranch has been grazed and farmed for many years and will sustain a good income of approximately $20,000 per year although the leases are currently open so the new owner can do whatever is desired. The 298 tillable acres are typically in wheat but may be mostly be in milo and alfalfa in 2016. The deer quality in this area is exceptional due to the genetics and the age structure as this ranch is surrounded by several large ranches, most of which have limited hunting pressure
What a great farm/ranch operation with all the hunting you could ask for. Beautiful home with 5 bedrooms and 3 baths (1 half and 2 full), 1 1/2 stories and a total of 2,724 sq. ft.; bunk house with 2 car garage attached. Several outbuildings, 6 ponds and a large spring fed creek throughout the property. This property consists of several tillable fields. Total acreage is 880 acres.
Managed for years to maximize deer cover, water and food sources!
Unit 16 Big Buck Country located in Barber County Kansas. Approximately 9 miles South of Medicine Lodge Ks. The Shortcut Ranch is a whitetail, turkey and waterfowl haven. This property has been well managed for whitetail deer for many years. Three ponds spread out over the 720 acres with lots of timber, canyons and cropland, wildlife never need to leave the ranch. Unit 16 is well known for producing world class whitetail deer and this property also supports a large population of turkey. Properties like this one do not become available very often! Many other properties in Barber County burned last year but, this one was spared from the fire. Many large mature trees still fill
St. James Sporting PropertiesSt. James Sporting Properties
Located in the heart of big buck country this 640 acre section is just on the edge of one of the best Wildlife Refuges in the nation. Sitting just east of Quivira National Wildlife Refuge just 30 miles north west of Hutchinson in Reno County, Kansas. This section of land has all an outdoorsmen would want. There are thick cedar trees, mature cotton woods, rolling sand hills, food plots, several ponds / low spots to hunt ducks and geese, and only one main access road on the north side of the property. This farm isn?t just for the deer and turkey hunter. It is loaded with quail, waterfowl, and dove. There is a water well already in place to flood up to 5 acres of wetlands on the far south east end of the property. If you look on google ear
Ryan KoelschMossy Oak Properties of the Heartland Koelsch Outdoor Properties
If you are looking to add some acreage to your farming operation, here is a nice section of ground consisting of approximately 180 acres of native grasses and approximately 460 acres of CRP grass. The CRP has expired and is currently not enrolled into the CRP program. 480 acres of this parcel lies continuous while the other 160 acres sits 1/2 mile to the east. There are three cattle wells located on the property. Two of the wells are on the 480 acre tract and one is on the 160 acres. As for the recreational enthusiast, this tract of ground should provide you with good hunting opportunities as well. The grass provides great cover for the upland birds, and with pheasant numbers back on the rise, you should be able to shoot many roosters off t
Every Sportsman dreams of owning a property like this. A property with a history of producing trophy whitetail deer. An abundant turkey population. 3 acre lake for freshwater fishing, waterfowl opportunities, and water activities. A custom home and multiple outbuildings, with blacktop road frontage.
Construction on the two story 2900+ sq ft custom home was completed in December of 2009.
It was constructed with ICF (Insulated Concrete Forms) technology and has 12? exterior walls. ICF construction is known to be very energy efficient and according to icfhomes\. com, homes built with ICF exterior walls require an estimated 44% less energy to heat and 32% less energy to cool than comparable frame houses. ICF also helps to eliminate outside n
Jake KolbMossy Oak Properties of the Heartland - Farm and Land Realty, LLC
Hunting-Deer, Ducks, Turkey, Doves
Improvements:Minerals conveyed (4 oil wells, 1 salt water disposable well), 6 ponds, $33,000.00 new fence, good hunting and great access
Comments-Here is your chance to own a nice hunting tract in Barber County, KS with great income. It can be a great combination of hunting and cattle ranch with 6 ponds and $33,000.00 of new fences. Approx 300 acres was once in farmland and terraced. That same ground was put in CRP and now that has expired. There are several options a buyer could use this ground for. Call for details.
Listing Agent-Jim Rolfe
***PRICE REDUCED*** $1,525 per acre 635+/- acres located south and west of Sterling, Kansas in Reno County. (Sellers are willing to divide this farm). This farm is a mixed use recreational, farmland, and investment property. 240+/- acres of Tillable. EXCELLENT whitetail deer, turkey, and quail hunting with 95th blacktop frontage on two parcels of the acreage. The land consists of rolling sand hills with extremely thick pasture / mature timber making great cover for all the wildlife, tillable acres currently planted to winter wheat, and long shelter belts of mature timber perfect for tree stand locations. There are approximately 475 acres of fenced pasture that contain a water well and one wind mill. This large tract is some of the best
Ryan KoelschMossy Oak Properties of the Heartland Koelsch Outdoor Properties
THIS PROPERTY IS SALE PENDING!
Hunting-Deer, turkey, dove, quail
Water-There are 3 good water wells on the property. 2 include solar pumps and one is on electricity.
Improvements-Deer Feeders: These are Outback Deer Feeders installed at a cost of $1800 each (6 total- 3 spinners & 3 protein 2000 lbs each)
Comments-The land is a combination of improved property, native pasture and some good cultivated dryland for crop production. This ranch is one of the best trophy deer areas in Kansas with large land owners in Comanche and Barber counties. The Ag fields are planted in wheat, milo and alfalfa. There are many bow stands in place. With the combination of minerals (not leased) cropland, camp, feeders, grain bins and great hunti
Here is a great opportunity to own a multi purpose piece of ground only 1 hour from Wichita with some of the best and only habitat in the area combined with some excellent tillable acres. Comprised of 143 +/- acres of Class II and III soils, you not only get a great food source for wildlife, but a nice return as well. This area is known for big deer and this property does not disappoint. A walk through the timber you and you will just how special this farm is with numerous scrape lines, rubs, and trails. Turkey hunting is also great with multiple flocks of 50+ in the area. No matter if you prefer to hunt with a bow or rifle, this property is set up to hunt any way you would like. The tillable fields are located in several areas and outskirt
Nice grazing hunting combination parcel with potential for excellent deer and quail property in Unit #16. With a total of 25 acres of Class II soils, the tillable has produced crops in previous years and can also be a very good-sized food plot for the property. Rural water line exists on the ranch and allows for cattle tank options and also a wildlife draw. The deer quality in this area is exceptional due to the genetics and also excellent age structure that exists because this property is surrounded by several large ranches. Many of these ranches have limited hunting pressure. Just to the east and within sight of this ranch lies Mule Creek which runs along the Barber County and Comanche County border and is well known to be a great histori
Great location with 60 acres. Great property for a development with approx. 10 acre lake on the back 40 acres which is currently being used for pasture. Duck and geese love to hang out on the lake. Lots of trees and blackberry bushes. The back 40 is fenced and hedgerows surround it. There is room for approx. two homes on 5 acre tracts and one home on an 8 acre tract on the back 40 acres. The front 20 acres could be developed in 2 acre tracts. There is a driveway on the south boundary of the 20 acres. This property is zoned rural residential. There are no utilities on property. Electric is across the road on a larger tract home site. This property is unincorporated. Listing agent must be present to show and requires a 24 hour showing notice
Sometimes a property will come along that does not strike you from the aerial image, but once you walk the farm you realize you had no idea what that farm would hold. This property amazed me with its beauty and habitat once I was able to explore it and it will do the same for any person who loves land. An outstanding example of Kansas hunting, farming, and ranching habitat with bottom bean fields, heavily covered secluded creek, and scenic rolling hills that surround it with protection. The farm is set up nicely to hunt and farm with the interior being the main crop fields and bedding areas that are hard to see but yet have good access points for getting to the important locations. Setting in an area of Cowley County where not a lot of prop
PRICE REDUCED! $1,678 per acre. 475+/- Acres in Reno County, Ks just east of Quivira National Wildlife Refuge. Located south and west of Sterling, KS 67579 off 95th blacktop and Jordan Springs intersection. The property has thick groups of cedar trees, mature cottonwoods, large rolling sand hills, plum thickets, and some of the best hunting Kansas has to offer. The north boundary of the property is black top frontage, and from the moment you enter the gate you will instantly know you are in big deer and turkey country. There are hundreds of deer and turkey that live on the property, and some of the best quail hunting around. The property also has 30+/- acres of tillable acres that would be great for a food plot location or additional i
Ryan KoelschMossy Oak Properties of the Heartland Koelsch Outdoor Properties
This ranch in Unit #16 offers a nice combination of tillable fields, cedar draws, great grasslands, and a rural water tank. This scenario for this area is perfect for great deer hunting and large coveys of quail. While the grass has been grazed for many years, it is in great shape and currently not leased out for the new owner to do whatever is desired. A total of 270 acres of Class II soils, currently in milo, the tillable produces outstanding crops each year and adds additional income to the property. There are great quail numbers on this property and with the continuation of milo in the tillable fields it will only get better. The deer quality in this area is exceptional due to the genetics and the age structure. This ranch is surrounded
A very nice grazing tract in Unit #16 this property offers good hunting habitat withdraws that are great for whitetail deer and quail. Year-round water is offered through one large pond that sits in the center of the property, and another that sits on the property line, both ponds provide very good waterfowl hunting. There is also a rural water tank for cattle and wildlife. While the grass has been grazed in previous years, it is currently in great shape and not leased out so the new owner can do whatever is desired in future grazing practices. The quail numbers in the area are at very high numbers and the wing shooting is excellent, to say the least. Quail coveys have been growing over the last several years and it is normal to flush high
THIS PROPERTY IS SALE PENDING!
Access - Hwy 183
Hunting - Deer, turkey, quail, and doves
Acres - 62.5 acres +/-
Annual Payment - $2023.00
Date of Entry - 10/1/2011
Date of Expiration - 9/30/2021
Easements - Roads on 3 sides
Improvements - 2 - box stands and food plots, and CRP payments
Comments - This tract has great things to offer. It has 2 box stands in place with food plots as well as a nice CRP payment of $2023.00 per year for approximately 7 more years. There is great cover in the bottoms with big trees to bow hunt as well as thick cover for bedding. The west side is bordered by the golf course and coldwater lake property that is not hunted, including the 200 acre lak