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Ron Helus
Ron Helus
Hayden Outdoors
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Highlighted Properties of Ron Helus with Hayden Outdoors in Windsor, CO

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$128,925 57.3 acres
3100 Road E, Allen, Kansas 66833 - Lyon County

Greener Pastures

Beautiful flint hills pasture that sets up nice for cattle, recreation, or would also make a great building site for your country home. The grass is in good condition and ready to be grazed. There is a nice timbered draw that runs through the center of the property which will provide plenty of shade for your cattle, travel corridors for the wildlife, and many tree stand locations. Add in a few food plots or feeders, and you would certainly increase your deer & turkey numbers. This property sits just south of Hwy 56 and gives you an easy commute to Emporia, Topeka, or Manhattan.
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$1,425,000 580 acres
117 DD50 Rd, Fall River, Kansas 67047 - Greenwood County

Fall River Farm

Fantastic flint hills property located close to Fall River. This property contains a good mix of native flint hills grasses, tillable farm ground, and offers up beautiful views should you decide to build a house or cabin. Not only is this an income producing farm, there are lots of recreational opportunities as well. If you like to fish, you have three ponds to choose from. If you prefer to hunt deer and turkeys, this farm has plenty of cover, food, and water to hold lots of wildlife. You could also throw out a couple dozen decoys and shoot a limit of ducks. Whatever your desires, this is a great all around tract of ground that provides income and has endless possibilities.
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$262,000 19.7 acres 2 Baths | 962 sqft
19010 W Rd, Denison, Kansas 66419 - Jackson County

MuleSkinner Lodge

Quality craftsmanship is displayed throughout this rustic lodge, which is sitting on 20 beautiful acres bordering the east edge of Denison. This lodge makes for a perfect weekend getaway or would make a great retreat after a hard day of hunting. The property could also be used as a bed and breakfast which could help generate some income. Deer and turkey inhabit this property, so you don't have far to travel from your front door to your hunting spots. The hay meadow could be easily enhanced with some food plots to attract additional wildlife. Wind down your evening by relaxing on the deck and simply enjoying nature and the beautiful scenery.
Ron Helus Hayden Outdoors