Are you looking for Crop and Recreational land? This is it! An optimal balance between farmland and hunting property is offered by this practical yet alluring 157.32 acre setting near Hillsboro, Kansas. The portion dedicated to cropland has been impeccably maintained and well managed for conservation while providing a lush food source for wildlife. A free flowing, tree lined creek meanders through a prime portion of this acreage to join the South Cottonwood. An abundance of deer and wildlife funnel through the lush wooded paths near the confluence of the river and the creek just yards from where the well-known Pioneer Adobe house once stood. The dwelling was erected in 1876 by a Mennonite pioneer family and is part of the museum in Hillsboro providing a historical touchstone to the property. 10 acres of corn produced 107 bushels per acre in 2015 along with 100 acres of soy beans bringing 48 bushels per acre and 10 acres of wheat at 50 bushels per acre.
From Hillsboro, drive south 2 miles on Indigo Rd, the west on 170th to Holly. Northeast corner of property begins at southwest corner of the intersection of 170th & Holly.
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