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Land for sale including Farms in Woodson County Kansas

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$2,857,627 1,446 acres
Ff Rd, Virgil, KS 66870 - Woodson County

Flint Hills Contiguous Native Grass!

RURAL - 1,446.9 Acres of Flint Hills Native Grass in Greenwood and Woodson Co NEW PRICE! 1,446.90 Acres of Native Grass in Greenwood & Woodson Co, Kansas Have you been looking for a large contiguous Flint Hills pasture? Well look no further! Here are 1,446.90 acres of clean Flint Hills Native Grass in Greenwood and Woodson Counties. 1,286.9 acres are located in Greenwood Co and 160 acres are in Woodson Co. The property is fenced into 5 pastures, with a nice set of pipe cattle pens on the west. Not only does the property lay nice, you will also see that they owners have used good management practices and have not over grazed the grass. The pastures have been sprayed and are very clean. Each pasture has good access to water an
Richard T. Griffin Griffin Real Estate & Auction Service LC
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$395,000 200 acres 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 1513 sqft
1363 Frontage Road, Yates Center, KS 66783 - Woodson County

RL3055

3 Bedroom 2 bath home with central heat and air and rural water that sits on 200 acres MOL. This property had previously been used for veterinarian purposes. It features two extra large ponds and several small ponds. It has Highway frontage with paved access road for easy trailer access. It has good pens with sheds for livestock. The fences are good and it also has cross fencing. It has a tame grass pasture for grazing. Its a good setup for a small cattle operation.
Dick Jones Jones Realty Inc
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$197,500 87 acres
262 Willow Road, Yates Center, KS 66783 - Woodson County

87 acres Yates Center, KS

Property has 2 ponds and a small creek surrounded by some timber. New fence on east and south sides. North end was originally farmed and consists of Kenoma silt loam soils, now planted to fescue. South end native bluestem and fescue mix. Most of farm could be tilled. When owners purchased property the previous owners retained the mineral rights for 15 years commencing July 12,2007, purchaser will not have any interest in minerals until July 12, 2022, at that time minerals will transfer.
Julie Eisele, Broker/Owner Midwest Real Estate